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12 years ago
Cesar
Hi Steve, These patterns may be helpful: G GG DD CC G GG DD CC DD G GG D DD C CC Also; if it would help, and you have a quality copy of the song that you could email to me; I could slow it down and try to boost certain parts of the song to make it easier to learn it; if that's what your trying to do). I can suck out the vocals; put it out of phase and boost or cut any audible frequency so
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12 years ago
Cesar
Here's a link to the video for the song; if it's any help, did'nt find any good links for the tabs though. rm
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13 years ago
Cesar
Hi Owen, Re: Help page Open the Help page in a new window (by right clicking the Help icon and selecting that function) instead of exiting out of the window your typing in. Or, you can instead hit the preview button then go to the help page - the preview page will store your post so hitting the back button from there (after hitting Help while in the Preview page) will take you back to
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14 years ago
Cesar
Hi Mark, Fuzzy's daughter is'nt exactly a youngster, semi professional from what I remember, heard a bit a year or two ago. Rich
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14 years ago
Cesar
Hi Fuzzy, I've heard your daughters voice before, love to hear a karaoke sample if you could. Rich
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14 years ago
Cesar
Tonight on the History channel (see here for more.) Beyond 'The Da Vinci Code' Parts 1 and 2, followed by Da Vinci and the Code He Lived By and then Modern Marvels: Da Vinci Tech. These then all repeat right after the ending of the last (with the exeption of part 1 of the two part show).
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14 years ago
Cesar
Think of a number between one and ten that's not three or seven.... not four either Nine times the blueberry pie sliced with one extra.
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14 years ago
Cesar
98. Re: 666
> Ceasar... that's pretty interesting.! Thanks!... No problem Deb > but I wonder in music is right.... doesn't matter from the > start or backwards... at this moment 666 backwards is > 666....lol lol. yeah, well I figured due to the way that the posts are numbered (most recent as #1 when searching) that the one marked 666 would be interesting what with the whole "mark' of t
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14 years ago
Cesar
99. Re: 666
I used the search function located here (reachable through the word search near the top next to the phrase "Go to Topic". From there I typed in the poster name of the person in question and checked the box marked author while unchecking the boxes for 'Subject' and 'Message Bodies'. I then altered the tag which says "search this forum" to "search all forums". Next (
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14 years ago
Cesar
100. Re: 666
Here's yours Deb and here's mine (address in this post no longer active.) But, now that I've posted this post it's this one.
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14 years ago
Cesar
They look like they might be from the "king's list" at the temple at Abydos or having had also appeared there; being a king's name, supposedly.
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14 years ago
Cesar
How's £33.20 in 5-14 days? here Here's a pic of that same book so you can be sure it's the one you want. pic Ce'sar
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14 years ago
Cesar
QuoteHowever, Luke also tells us that he was born at the time of the census conducted by the Roman governor of Syria, Quirinius (whom Luke calls Cyrenius)Statements like this get made when people rely too heavily on english translations rather than consulting the Greek which is rather related to the topic of your thread here. Milo has given some good advice here; as well as Kim some advice here.
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14 years ago
Cesar
Yes, it's a discussion Steve. My request for elaboration is legit. I have no way of knowing the lines of thought your following unless I read your mind here and as all you have done is make a claim how can it be properly discussed if you don't elaborate on that claim when asked. You can't honestly expect to just make a brief claim on the board and not have to elaborate or explain it, can you? May
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14 years ago
Cesar
Which set of theories do you base your assertion on here; their are many and they can't all be right. Could you please elaborate why you believe your assertion is correct rather than just stating your belief as a fact. Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
For those whom missed it last December (as a few people mentioned they did and had wanted to see it) Beyond `The Da Vinci Code' will be on again tonight. See here for times; it'll be on twice, a few hours apart Regards, Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
I'm not really an expert Steve, but I have about ten years experience with landscaping etc (been out of it for about 7 or 8). To keep any large plant like that healthy it should generally be pruned. This can include things like eliminating some of the shoots near the bottom of the plant (as they take the nutrients away from getting to the rest of the plant), .. thinning out the inner guts of the
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15 years ago
Cesar
I thought the 'conventional' explanation was 'talismanic' in nature, the mentions of the word square in the classical grimiores etc...
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15 years ago
Cesar
QuoteIt's such a an enigma, that square and its parts, and I think it must be part of its design, that must play on the subconscious - it's more than just a 'puzzle' that we want to understand isn't it? Page after page could be written about this 'puzzle' but I think I'm more interested in it's placement original. Some of the many things it contains are easily asociatable with old testament styl
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Jaq, What do you think about the points Lee brought up here?, the Mythraic connection. You seem to support them but personally I can't help concider that to support them would be like saying that (for instance) you could'nt or would'nt find a christian cross in a 'non-christian environment'. Kind of (if you see what I mean). As well; the direct connection between the item and mythraism seems
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15 years ago
Cesar
Hi Jaq, big smile :-) Their be gold nuggets the size of mountains in your thread there! And I have'nt even finished reading this post. That was around the time I started reading GH.com must have just missed that one. You did'nt summon me here subconciously with that thread did you. :) The first time I ever saw the Sator/Rotas though was about a couple of months after that when Rob T-P posted
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15 years ago
Cesar
113. Re: ISLAM
Cool. In Arabic if I'm not mistaken it means submission to the will of God so that would kind of go hand in hand as god is concidered to be high or unhigh, so that would be like a submission of the self to god in a lifting of the soul. Interesting. Or even rather; an offering up of the soul to god. Interesting as well. Best,
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15 years ago
Cesar
or perhaps to memorialize an operation with ties to the future, for the future; or in hopes of the future. Perhaps in a way that they were setting something up for the future; or even memorializing themselves or some reason they had in and by the memorialization of themselves for a purpose that would come to pass in the future.
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15 years ago
Cesar
The pointer of the M cuts the 90 degree quarter of N's X at 45 degrees (or a symbolic 45), an association to of the cross to legs would symbolize to traverse westward (as M's arrow points west), a crossing of that concept then applied to the M N combination would symbolize east. In M N's base form the symbolic arrow points in the same direction that the sky is observed to precess and in it's 'cro
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15 years ago
Cesar
Also recall 'skeleton'-like keys but X or cross-like; don't have a time period for those though.
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15 years ago
Cesar
Oldest form; I'd probably say for building,.. architecture; also used in various forms or cryptology throughout the years. These could be be called keys, in one form keys of desipherment and in another keys of structure (geometry) which is kind of also related to desipherment or 'desipherment' as well.
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15 years ago
Cesar
K, thanks; not that important so if it happens it happens; no presure Btw if you take the symbols in the templar code for M and N and fit them together they kinda look like one of those skeleton keys, which is kinda shaped like a skull (probably where the key got it's name anyway) but the skull has some history with the templars. Also; I definately think your on to something with the associatio
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15 years ago
Cesar
Kinda left out a bit, let me try that again :) Interestingly in both these forms when applying hebrew numerics to the M and the N and adding them together (40&50=90),... the templar code implies a division of 90 degrees with it's cross "X". (for the N) which then leaves the ensignia of the M which looks like a pointer. Rich
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15 years ago
Cesar
Interestingly in both these forms when applying hebrew numerics to the M and the N and adding them together (40&50=90),... the templar code implies a division of 90 degrees with it's cross "X".
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