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5 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Aneth, Have a look at this terrific article by Jeff Nisbett: Even if we consider that there may have been anonymously dressed Templars on both sides, I have a gut feeling that a heavy-horse Cavalry charge of recognisable Templars over a hill at the eleventh hour will have turned the tide of battle. All that would have been required would be a standard cracking in the wind. Who knows? It's
Forum: History
8 years ago
Andy McCallum
The boys are in bed, I have a cup of Tea in hand and settling down to digest! Thanks Gary :)
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8 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hello again Authors, While I'm waiting for your book, are you able to expand on what we know about this angle? I remember the excitement of a thread on this board, years ago . . . I thought Freemasonry would shed some light but members either don't know or will not (perfectly understandably) expand on the theory that the rods of Office are carried at 23.5 degrees. Is it difficult to expand here
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8 years ago
Andy McCallum
Thank you Scott :)
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8 years ago
Andy McCallum
Thanks Gary - that's great! The thought of abandoning all beliefs is like throwing open a huge, oak door, in a deep Medievil stone wall and then looking through, like a child . . . what's in there . . ? Thanks :)
Forum: Author of the Month
8 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Gary and Scott, I've followed your work and posts on this board for years :) If you could each say just one thing that summed up what you believe, what would you say? I also tip my hat to Graham and Jeff Nisbit. Thanks! Andy.
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9 years ago
Andy McCallum
9 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Evan, May I ask two questions? Number one, do you think Henry Hudson was trying to follow the passages of an earlier visit by the Knights Templar? And two, was Hudson the first European to feature in the prophesies? Thanks.
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9 years ago
Andy McCallum
I've been googling and I'm fascinated.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Looking forward to January!
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Daniel, I believe 2012 will bring about in one way or another some global upset. I cannot see every living person on the planet experiencing the 'DNA upgrade'. What are your thoughts about a mass kundalini experience for a group of 'shocked survivors', hence the demise of religion etc. Thanks, Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Daniel, I'm wondering what state of mind we should be in when the time comes. Need we be merely 'aware', or should we take a mind enhancing substance to facilitate a personal transition? Thanks for your writings. Best, Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
13. Masonic
Hi Janet and Gary. Here is a link for you. Make sure you read the update too ;-)
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Gregory, Welcome! In the UK, after a spell of bad weather and no sun for days and days I am absolutely overjoyed to open the curtains one morning and see the sun. The sun suddenly transforms my body chemistry and I want to do everything! The world is transformed. I see the sun on night shift in Spring - big and red. I see it when the world sleeps and when everyone has their head down I look u
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Thanks Mitch -
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hi Mitch, Great info. Do you know if there are brother Lodges in other countries linked to Prince Hall Masonry? That's a great piece of history - thanks.
Forum: Author of the Month
10 years ago
Andy McCallum
It is kind of easy to get freaked out over this. Big questions and no answers . . . I wish someone/thing would come out/down and say to us : "Right - you've got to do this!", where 'this' is the answer. Sigh.
Forum: Author of the Month
10 years ago
Andy McCallum
I'm just wondering if the last time ET's had contact/communication with man, it was the Maya, which is why the language ET's now are using, thru crop circles, is Mayan ? Wouldn't that make sense ??
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Agreed! Something will happen or it won't. If it doesn't, it will be 2020.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hello Omar, I can only think of a limited number of options: 1. Worldwide geological destruction, leading to the demise of mankind. 2. A mass Kundalini experience leads to man's DNA 'upgrade'. How!? 3. A bit of both of the above. Then throw in a whole lot of other really interesting bits like the return of an alien species (Annunaki?), fly-by of a comet/planet/failed red dwarf (Nibiru?), fin
Forum: Author of the Month
10 years ago
Andy McCallum
22. Yep ;-)
I've ordered your book Robert. I like your sense of humour. Best wishes, honour and wealth to you, Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Robert Temple wrote: > Hello All, The Sphinx was painted in the New Kingdom after > Thutmosis IV excavated it. He seems to have painted the face > red and the body yellow. He stuck a headdress on top, hung a > necklace round its neck, suspended a pharaonic beard on its > chin, and it looked more garish and ghastly than Renee > Zellweger in NEW IN TOWN, LOL ! >since her pr
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
. . . for example . . . <; Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Just wondering if there is any evidence that the Sphinx was ever decorated, painted or dressed with stone similar to the great Pyramid? Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Robert Temple wrote: > Hi Andy, There are ancient depictions of Anubis which do show > the tail curling up like that. It was one of two standard > recumbent poses for Anubis, the other being with the tail > plunging straight down, which obviously could not be done with > the Sphinx because it was already resting on the bedrock. Your > son is correct! You should listen more to y
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Thanks Drewski - the pics were helpful. Great minds ! Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
I didn't know this was AOM . . . I feel in this popping back in AOM it crashes Robert Temple's space. Mysteries perhaps? Thanks chaps and ladies :) Andy.
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Philip Gardiner wrote: > Well, my sincere thanks to you both for that. As for the code, > yes I did put one in the original edition, which unfortunately > will not be in the new version due out in August and > extensively revised by Gary mostly and a little by myself. > > Many people have emailed me asking me to give the code away, > but I can't, I made it a code for a rea
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10 years ago
Andy McCallum
Hello Robert, I look at my Jack Russell and her tail is fairly rigid. When she sits or lies on her tummy, it still sticks up. When I look at the arch villain, the cat, his tail most definately curls tidily around his body, just like the Sphinx. Would you entertain the idea that the Sphinx was a feline, a Lion therefore? My son thinks the tail was sculpted that way because a tail any other way w
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