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15 years ago
Cesar
> Hi Rich, Hi Patrick, > I'm not an expert on the Masons or any other covert > organisation. I have read that the eye is referred to as "the > eye of Ra" or "the eye of Horus" or "the eye of Lucifer." No expert of covert organisations myself; just think it to be debatable exactly who's on 'what side' as per the depth and various attributes of symbolis
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15 years ago
Cesar
I believe the answer to this is mentioned once in your book, the other times speaking of the same thing by using the terms and whatnot that you've used while posting on the board. But since you've presented in your posts while being the current author of the month so much information from your book; which makes for much better conversations I'll give you a cigar, you can just keep yours. lol The
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15 years ago
Cesar
Almost looks like it was carried there by the earth while it (the earth/soil) was in a fluid-like state. What force or action could possible do this, Steve? Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
I spoke briefly on the eye not to long ago,... something you might like to take a look at. one two
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Patrick, To quote myself (with slight modification) in reply to one whom querried the nature of a body of work which equated masons with the satanic. QuoteIt is likely the understanding presented in that site is only as good as the information they derived it from (or their understanding of it). As well, the information they derived it from is only as good as the information it is derived fro
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Claude, To grow to giant size one would'nt neccesarily have to've been born a giant baby. Check this link out Particular attention to this part QuoteStadnik's unusual growth began after a brain operation at age 14, which is believed to have stimulated his pituitary gland. Pretty interesting I'd have to say, especially with spiritual/esoteric associations atributed to the gland. Leads one t
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15 years ago
Cesar
Quote...or is a city yet to come modelled on the pyramid? According to Patrick's theory his thoughts are the other way around, that the pyramid shape and the pyramids are 'modeled' on the designers knowledge of the city. Quotethe only riddle I'm aware of is 'how they were built', and by 'whom or what' That would be the riddle; but also 'for what purpose'. This is what the book The Nephilim...
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15 years ago
Cesar
I seem to recall a pyramid which's hieght is equal to one side of it's base... checking into it... but according to Patricks theory the pyramid structure is/was by the lineage of the Nephilim and represents what they knew of the city to come. Them being fallen (or of the lineage of the fallen), the pyramids as a representation of from and for that fallen state, the anti-'angelic' or fallen vers
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi SunSword QuoteIf the length, breadth, & height are all equal, it is a cube, not a pyramid in shape. Actually it could be either. Based on that description it could even be a dome beleive it or not. Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
> I wouldn't know where to send a book to Dan Brown. I half > expected to hear from his lawyers though, for writing about his > book before he even brought it out. Although perhaps if I've > predicted the subjects of his book correctly, Dan Brown might > be infringing on my copyright? ;P He's probably had the whole thing worked out for some time now cause The Davinci Code was fir
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15 years ago
Cesar
Greg_Taylor wrote: > Hi Rich, Hi Greg, > I have to say that I find it a little ironic that we have this > left-right dualism, and yet the insignia itself is often used > as a single glyph. The Great Seal is the obvious case in point. > Note that on some Egyptian pyramidions the two eyes are > represented, perhaps symbolising the completeness of the > pyramid(?). As well (
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Greg, Thanks for the reply and completely understandable about the focus of the book. My thoughts on the eye are that it is related to the ability to manifest that which could be called the Hermetic duality, the ability to utilize the balance; but not necasarily the enactment of that balance itself but while also being related to it. As if the presence of the actual eye acted in catalysis i
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15 years ago
Cesar
QuoteMasonic iconography often portrays both the Sun and the Moon together in the one image. Do you have an image available for viewing/refrence? If it's what I'm thinking (a cresent impossed onto a sun) it's only that way to show the concept, it's really not a proper representation. but I suppose it's as suitable as can be. The "all seeing eye" image/symbol is not bad either but still
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16 years ago
Cesar
Please disregard that last bit, wrong person; sorry.
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16 years ago
Cesar
from here.. QuoteInterestingly, this corresponds precisely to the sacred Alexandrian "powder of projection", which they called the Paradise Stone. They wrote (around 300 BC) that the powder could outweigh it's own quantity of gold, or could alternatively be lighter than a feather. Do you think their is a relationship between this Paridise stone; the weighing of the heart cerimony; and
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16 years ago
Cesar
Hi Laurence, Is DOA another organization that you've gotten info from or a typo for the GAO?
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16 years ago
Cesar
Hi, On Laurences website if you scroll down to the clickable indexed section you'll find a section titled Lectures Online, in that their are a few interesting lectures (in text form) the last of which is the one your looking for. All three are pretty interesting and they seem to flow together in a way so it might be helpful to read the three in order. Warm Regards, Rich
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16 years ago
Cesar
Very informative Laurence; thanks, I'm glad to see that someone knowledgable in the matter has presented the facts in a clear and understandable manner with regards to what actually happened regarding testings. Theirs a lot of missinformation floating around. Regards, Rich
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16 years ago
Cesar
Lee, Has it ever occured to you that blood on a cloth just might not last that long and so it's been "restored" over the ages either with blood or paint? This is of course provided that all the tests for and against blood and paint had zero motives or agendas and/or are truthful results; as well as acurate results. ie how much experience do we have with testing blood residues that are
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16 years ago
Cesar
16 years ago
Cesar
Hi Lee, It's an egyptian word. It's the conical bread some say was made with gold.
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16 years ago
Cesar
Thirded - it certainly has been most informative and a pleasure, hope to see more here when time allows. Rich
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16 years ago
Cesar
Hi Paul, Any detailed information you could further provide regarding some ancient cultures claims to've been able to control the elements would be greatly appriciated Paul. Do you have any specific texts or cultural writtings that this can be found in; or the name of a specific culture or cultures that this is attributed to? Ce'sar
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15 years ago
Cesar
Thanks for the heads up Steve. Do you happen to have a link handy where the book can be purchased? Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
Krish, this link should tell you everything you need to know about how to get an image to come up in a post after you have it's address; the specific part your looking for is the line with the orange little phorum icon in it. To get an images address right click on an image within a site and select properties with a left click. When posting images it might be helpful to others reading to also
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi all Anybody know how exactly or by what means and when the idea of the horus personification of the pharoah became to that of being an aspect within everyone? Was it already somewhere in the egytian belief or did it evolve later? If later what was it derived upon / what was used to make it a belief? Or if already existant within the egyptian culture how? or could the idea be equated or equate
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Steve. Regarding the piece you've quoted.... What was the rite spoken about at the begining? and; from the end What are the seven nature powers to spiritualize? Rich
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16 years ago
Cesar
It refers to something Rob said in this post on the thread down below. Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
J QuoteI am sorry but in the Koran the crucifixion is denied as well as other sources cited in the 2nd Messaiah of Knight and Lomas ! The quote sited in the article you've posted was'nt written in denial of the material crucifxion; it speaks on spirit verses material. - but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but it was made to appear to them so; and those who disagree concerning it are fu
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15 years ago
Cesar
Yes; in the essence of that which is,.. .. But surely when it quotes this it is missing the point of the quote entirely. Quote- but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but it was made to appear to them so; and those who disagree concerning it are full of doubts; they have no knowledge thereof save pursuit of a conjecture; For surely they killed him not; but Allaah took him up unto Himself; a
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