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17 years ago
Briffits
I hadn't decided who exactly to pick but Da Vinci came immediately to mind as a possibility not only for his obvious genius and breadth of knowledge but also because he's my namesake and adjusted for the calendar change we share the same birthday.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
The reason it's suggested and correctly that they may have had a hand in the rise of Hitler is that the Brown Brothers Harriman Consortium are known to have been involved in his financing from the mid-20's on. Included within this consortium were companies run by Avrel Harriman, George Walker and Prescott Bush each of whom was a member of skull & bones. The latter two are of course the grandf
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
Hey Nebankh, Regarding the Cathar, it is known that at Montsegur during the fifteen day interval between the negotiated surrender and the turning over of the fort to the Archbishop of Narbonne and subsequent burning of 225 Cathar on March 16, 1244, some Perfecti were secretly lowered by ropes to retrieve and and hide some sort of treasure. There has been considerable speculation as to what this
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
This was also posted on the other side. One further point that he doesn't mention but I thought it was key when I came across it. The idea of papal infallibility on questions of dogma dates back only to the 19th century. It was a product of the First Vatican Council of 1870. I remember asking myself how a group of human beings can declare that one of their number is infallible; at least with a s
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
I posted this on the other side before I saw this thread and without knowing it was part of a larger argument. This is a very good chronology and a great reference. I quibble with a few individual points but agree with the overall thrust. The church developed into a bureacracy which by definition tends to take on a life of its own leading away from the source. Still even if it could be proven t
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
6246. Re: Roots
Hey Jason, Though I have no info about those you name above, something from the communications from Q'uo regarding Jesus may be of interest to you. He is described in a discussion regarding the forming of a social memory complex as a kind of politician, but one running for office in another world and as someone who tried to apply fourth density ideas to a third density society. Briffits
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
6247. Re: giants
see cookiemonsters links especially to the great serpent mound.
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
6248. Re: giants
Hi Iwert, There's the anecdotal evidence of diary entries made by 19th century farmers who were present at the discovery of tombs connected with the Hopewell Culture of southern Ohio. They reported skeletons with red hair that quickly deteriorated but not before measurements suggesting they were 7 and a half to 8 feet tall in life. Not exactly gigantic but not in psynch with the accepted models
Forum: Mysteries
17 years ago
Briffits
Hi, I agree with you that the Templars had nothing to do with the Cathar. The Cathar or Good Christians, as they called themselves, professed Gnostic Dualism and as we know from Inquisition records practiced humility, pacifism, vegetarianism and ordained both men and women as priests. This is a far cry from the Templars who were involved with the origins of the European banking system and the fi
Forum: Mysteries
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