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14 years ago
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Claude, when I had my talk with the Senior Mason the other day he covered his 3rd eye with the palm of his hand and then put his hand to his mouth. Not sure if it's related or not but the symbolism seems similar. Pete
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14 years ago
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Raja wrote: > > > Was Mutemwiya, wife of Tothmosis IV of semitic origin ? (as > stated by HCRS) > > Raja > Hi Raja, I recall another author telling the same or a similar story as well. There is definitely some kind of connection here but as I alluded to in an earlier post I'm not sure the real story will ever be known. I also fear that the true story may have been delet
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14 years ago
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> Freud said he believed Moses was an Egyptian, (what is an > Egyptian?) but does he also think Akhenaton and Moses were the > same person ? Hi Raja, It's been awhile since I read Moses and Monotheism by Freud so I will have to go from memory here and it may not be completely accurate. Freud wrote 3 essays on the subject and he left the last to be published after his death because he
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14 years ago
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Claude wrote: > > I already got the Hiram Key from the library last year so I > will suggest this one for purchase to them. > > Best, > Hi Claude, Yes, thats the one! Pete
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14 years ago
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Claude wrote: > Hi Pete, thanks for the info. Do you know the title of the book > ? > Best, > Hi Claude, It is called the Turning of the Hiram Key. It just came out. A great deal of information is included. He deals with the Masonic rituals, the symbolism and their interpretation. Pete
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14 years ago
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Raja wrote: > Hi Don, > > Not according to my library... > Why can't Moses just be Moses, and Akhenaten just be Akhenaten, > who died at a young age, and whose life was full of tragedy. As > much as I enjoyed reading some of Osman's books, I can not > take this theory seriously. > > Another misleading movie...(not laughing) > > Best, > Raja Hi Raja, Osm
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14 years ago
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trinity54 wrote: >> > c'mon guys I'm not here to disrespect your favorite authors but > when I see something like this (and I don't care where it comes > from) then questions need to come up. I don't think all the > answers come from one place and I try to keep an open mind > while looking at all the evidence I can. Something that some > people should bear in mind. Hi T
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14 years ago
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trinity54 wrote: > Hi Broker, I'm guessing that the book 'Hirams Key' is the one > you are referring to. I've started it (not quite done yet) so > far it's been very intresting. One thing that was mentiond in > the first chapter is that there is no supernatural content in > the Masonic rituals and that a person of any faith can find > acceptance as a Mason as long as they profe
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14 years ago
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Claude wrote: >> > I realized I had found Jesus in the freemason creed but I am > still failing to see it in "religion". > This is my quest. I am a seeker of knowledge and I knock at the > door and see clearly those who try to deceive and those who try > to enlighten. > This text has the ring of truth to it even if the details can > be challenged. > I kno
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14 years ago
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Claude wrote: > Thanks a lot for those info. Yes they are of great interest to > me as I collect the different sources of information on this > subject. > > I you have more I am very much interested. > Hi Claude, Sorry this took so long, I've had a rough few days. I will type out what I can and give you links for the rest of what I have found. I'm not sure if you
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14 years ago
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Claude wrote: > source > > Since the Great Cross fell on the cusps, marking the change of > one element into another, earth/fire, air/earth, water/air, and > fire/water, it was not hard to see in this a symbol of the > alchemical process, as Fulcanelli himself directs us to the > mystery of INRI. > At first it seemed strange that Fulcanelli should apply this > very C
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14 years ago
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Katherine wrote: > Depth is a consideration ... but archaeologists also look at > why something is at that depth ... the manner in which > archaeological deposit are made and change through time is > called formation process .... the understanding of a this is > critical in an excavation..... > > Citizen Attorney is correct .... depth does not always mean > ancient ...
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15 years ago
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Hi Steve, I believe ka is being used in its symbolic context of wants and desires or ego. Or in other words it dictates the individual's character or way of thinking. It is also called the "double" since the conflict between the false self and the real self takes place within. I would suggest then that the individual has had some form of temptation put in front of him and he has resis
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15 years ago
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>In other words reality is subjective? >Truth is subjective? >And fact is opinion? In the eye of the beholder all is possible. My reality is based on my opinion on what is true but it may not be very factual or subjective based on your point of view. >...and interprets according to his/her personal bias >...and then you get sitchin who literally allegorises whilst claiming to
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15 years ago
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Hi Sunsword, As I said it's his intrepretation of the translated material. After reading mythology and trying to understand allegory I reach a different conclusion than he does. Although, I admit I have only read one book of his, which was the last one he wrote. The Earth Chronicles Expedition. I found a lot of interesting material I hadn't seen anywhere else. I learn something from everyone,
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15 years ago
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Hi Michael, I have been enjoying your posts tremendously. I was able to get your book recently here in Canada and I'm looking forward to reading it. After obtaining books recommended by other AOM's I have been able to zero in on things I'm interested in without having to wade through reams of material that's not quite what I'm looking for. After reading your posts with regard to music, rainbow
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15 years ago
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Hi Sunsword, I may be wrong but it is my understanding his translations are very accurate. It is his interpretation of the materials meaning that the so called "experts" dispute. I have only read a small sample of his work and I have doubts with some of his conclusions. But he does present some very interesting discoveries. Pete
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15 years ago
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Hi Ritva, > I also suspect accumulated debris being pushed in front of > glaciers as they expanded and contracted may have contributed > to the covering up of the mountains. >On the contrary, they were rounded off and bared. Finland is one of the >world's richest places as far as bare bedrock is concerned. We also have the Canadian Shield that has the same features you discribe
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15 years ago
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I don't pretend to be a geologist but if plate movements were brought on because of severe downward thrusting the depressed area may not have been able to rebound to the same degree once the ice melted. I also suspect accumulated debris being pushed in front of glaciers as they expanded and contracted may have contributed to the covering up of the mountains. You would also need to consider the
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15 years ago
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It's been awhile since I read the book but if I recall he talked about the earths crust being thrust up and down from the pressures caused by the glaciation.(In Canada) There was a bowl shaped depression. I can't remember the thickness of the ice but it was quite substantial. He also talked about the theories involved with the possible melting and its effects. If this isn't what you were looki
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15 years ago
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Hi Citizen, Have you read Graham Hancock's Underworld? He covers this very well if I recall. Pete
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15 years ago
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Hi Hylke, If my recollection serves me correctly. The Skull & Bones symbolize being born twice. Once from the thighs and the other from the mind. Pete > Hey guys, > Does any of you know what symbolism was used by the knights > templar, and I mean specially about the skull with bones signs. > What did they look like? Is there also a great website where I > can find pic
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16 years ago
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The following books should give you a lot of material to look at. Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings: Evidence of Advanced Civilization in the Ice Age Charles H. Hapgood The Path of the Pole Charles Hapgood When the Sky Fell: In Search of Atlantis Rose Flem-ath, Rand Flem-ath Graham mentions them in his books. Pete
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17 years ago
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Cogga, I thoroughly enjoyed "The Hunt For Zero Point". Some of the information was mind blowing. The Hutchinson Effect, the relevations about the Nazi work on Zero Point and the attrocities commited by SS General Hans Kammler perfecting secret weapons technology was shocking to say the least. What ever became of Kammler and the documents poses some very interesting questions. After rea
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17 years ago
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If you want to see what the German's were up to. You might want to read Nick Cook's The Hunt For Zero Point Pete
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17 years ago
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Sharon, here is the link on Amazon UK to the book. The book gives the best background I have seen on the different paintings involved. He also adds information on 2 or 3 other paintings that I had never seen mentioned by anyone before. Unlike others who have written on the subject his investigation does end up with results. He does find a tomb. I found the book very informative and it filled in
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17 years ago
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Sharon, you might want to read The Arcadian Cipher co-authored by Peter Blake and Paul Blezard. Poussin was commissioned by Cardinal Rospigliosi who was close personal friends with Jesuit, scientist and historian Athanasius Kircher, who was close personal friends with Maffeo Barberini(Pope Urban VIII). Kircher may have been one of the most learned and brilliant men of his era. He is
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18 years ago
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Robert, first of all let me say I am looking forward to your new book. I have never posted to this message board before, as I don't like to get involved in the on going battles that rarely seem to be settled but do create hard feeling among the participants. I have personally found Grahams and your theories very stimulating in the areas you have ventured into. I have read numerous authors fro
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