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1 year ago
1Morpheus1
Gary, there are some mounds in northeast Iowa called effigy mounds. One of their mound sites is called fire point. At the end of this mound group are three mounds that are bigger than the rest. It is at a perfect vantage point of the convergence of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers. They also face the southern sky. I believe they are called mound 33. The mounds themselves aren't that sp
Forum: Author of the Month
11 years ago
1Morpheus1
I recently saw a drawing of a man near the pyramids of Giza who had a wand or ruler, etc. in his hand and was measuring the shadow of the sun or something related to it. I can't seem to remember where I saw this and I have looked thru all of my books at home and have yet to find it so I'm wondering if I saw it on this website. I was just wondering if anyone has posted or seen any drawing or pai
Forum: Misc.
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Milo, There is no doubt about the Oannes and John the Baptist connection. John never really existed, he was once again another mythological figure with esoteric significance. I'll go once step further. I think Oannes/John/Dagon etc. are all mythological symbolic figures who represent the constellation Orion. This would make some sense in that the ancients left us their most important monume
Forum: Misc.
13 years ago
1Morpheus1
I recently was looking at a map of the middle east in comparison to Giza, Egypt and I wondered whether more astrological, sky-ground, ancient sites were noticeable. I thought maybe instead of looking locally on a smaller scale around Giza for say the Hyades or Sirius maybe we have been looking in the wrong place. Maybe we should be looking on a bigger scale, especially with the ever-increasi
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Is John the Baptist, Orion? Isn't John associated with being headless? Isn't Orion headless? And isn't the right finger (symbolically) of Orion where the sun and planets cross on the ecliptic? Maybe this 23.5 degrees reference is related to that angle from Orion's raised forefinger (Statue of Liberty)? Some kind of stellar map? What's the angle from Orion's forefinger to the star Sirius?
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
The pyramids of Giza are definitely mirroring the belt stars of Orion. And the holy city of Jerusalem fits with this by mirroring the star Sirius. As someone else pointed out the other day, in Robert Temple's book "The Sirius Mystery" Sirius has a connection to word cyon which is quite interesting since the Holy Mount is connected with the word Zion. Forget the correlation with the
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
I think the sword and the stone tale has to do with the constellations Orion and Sirius. I think Sirius is the stone and Orion holds the sword. And Orion revolves around Sirius or something to that sort. Also this could be the origin of the dragon encircling the castle.
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
This to me is a very interesting and important topic. I mentioned a few months ago how I thought Jerusalem, Mecca, and Medina had a possible connection to the three pyramids at Giza. My thought was instead of Giza(Orion) being a part of an Egyptian cosmology, it was part of a greater Middle Eastern star map. Jerusalem to me could possibly represent Sirius or Procyon, and Mecca and Medina cou
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
As regards to my last post, forget about the Giza pyramids and their relation to the Nile river. Let's throw the Nile as being representative of the Milky Way for a second. Now where does Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem reside in comparison to Giza?
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Somebody mentioned Venus, so I was just wondering where does Venus move in its pentagonal transit. In other words, where in the constellations does it map this out, Orions raised arm, Sirius, etc? I have also posted in the past about a possible enlarged stellar plan in regards to Giza (Orion) and other nearby sacred sites. To me, it seems like the two most holy sites in Islam, Mecca and Medi
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Crux, I'm not connecting the Baptist to Poussins's Arcadia painting. I'm connecting it to your picture of Dionysus and Ariadne. I have heard from others about the Arcadia painting, namely Goro Adachi, that the kneeling sheppard to the left resembles the constellation Lepus. The other pointing sheppard to the right, to me, could be Orion, because his staff cuts across his head, and maybe the
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Crux, I guess I need a better shot of that picture to see if that finger is truly missing, but to me it makes sense. Remember that John the Baptist is also known for being decapitated and the constellation of Orion is known for being headless. So if that finger is cut off then I would definitely make the connection to John and then Orion. By the way, I am talking about the other picture prov
Forum: Mysteries
12 years ago
1Morpheus1
Crux It looks like the index finger of the male in this picture is cut off. Maybe I'm missing it somehow. This to me would also incorporate John the Baptist. Wasn't he who was missing his index finger, purportedly to have been possessed by the Knights Templars? This if true, would equate the Baptist, Bacchus, Dionysus, etc. together. The question is what do these ancient figures represent.
Forum: Mysteries
13 years ago
1Morpheus1
I messed up. I meant to say that Jerusalem matches the position of Sirius and around Mt. Sinai would be Canis Minor. This would make sense why Jerusalem is so important to so many people since ancient times.
Forum: Mysteries
13 years ago
1Morpheus1
This is a fascinating subject so I thought I would throw something out there that could be of interest or maybe completely off the map. In some of my research I have noticed that the two most important shrines in the Muslim world are Medinah and Mecca. If you look at these two sites in comparison to Giza and hypothetically, Orion's belt in the three pyramids, then wouldn't Mecca and Medinah s
Forum: Mysteries
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