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  1. #106


    Teotihuacan and St. Peter's comparison


  2. #107


    Mother of all history conspiracies?


    The consensual chronology we live with was essentially crafted in the 16th century by Jesuits.

    Has history been tampered with? Did events and eras such as the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, the Roman Empire , the Dark Ages, and the Renaissance, actually occur within a very different chronology from what we've been told? Yes, they certainly did! The history of humankind is both drastically shorter and dramatically different than generally presumed.
    Why is it so? On one hand, it was usual custom to justify the claims to title and land by age and ancestry, and on the other the court historians knew only too well how to please their masters. The so called universal classic world history is a pack of intricate lies for all events prior to the 16th century. It's likely that nobody told you before, but
    there is not a single piece of firm written evidence or artifact that is reliably and independently dated prior to the 11th century.
    Naturally, after what you've learned in school and university, you will not easily believe that the classical history of ancient Rome, Greece, Asia, Egypt, China, Japan, India, etc., is manifestly false.

    You will point accusing finger to the pyramids in Egypt, to the Coliseum in Rome and Great Wall of China etc., and claim, aren't they really ancient, thousands of years ancient? Well, there is no valid scientific proof that they are older than 1000 years!

    The oldest original written document that can be reliably dated belongs to the 11th century!

    New research asserts that Homo sapiens invented writing (including hieroglyphics) only 1000 years ago. Once invented, writing skills were immediately and irreversibly put to the use of ruling powers and science.

    The consensual chronology we live with was essentially crafted in the 16th century by Jesuits.

    Early in life, we learn by heart the names and deeds of brave warriors, wise philosophers, fabulous pharaohs, cunning high priests and greedy scribes. We learn of gigantic pyramids and sinister castles, kings and queens, dukes and barons, powerful heroes and beautiful ladies, emaciated saints and low-life traitors. Dr debunks not merely the odd pillar, but the total, entire bastion of historical dating, proposing a 700 to 1000 year fictitious "add-on" section between 400 AD and 1100 AD (or larger) & argues that the conventional chronology sequence of almost EVERYTHING is erroneous.

    Commentarii de Bello Civili (literally Commentaries on the Civil War in Latin) is an account written by Julius Caesar of his war against Gnaeus Pompeius and the Senate. Shorter than its counterpart on the Gallic War, only three books long, and possibly unfinished, it covers the events of 49-48 BC, from shortly before Caesar's invasion of Italy to Pompey's defeat at the Battle of Pharsalus and flight to Egypt with Caesar in pursuit. It closes with Pompey assassinated, Caesar attempting to mediate rival claims to the Egyptian throne, and the beginning of the Alexandrian War.

    Caesar's authorship of the Commentarii de Bello Civili is not disputed. However, its continuations on the Alexandrian, African and Hispanic wars are believed to have been written by others: the 2nd century historian Suetonius suggested Aulus Hirtius and Gaius Oppius as possible authors

    The Latin title Commentarii de Bello Civili is often retained as the title of the book in English translations of the work. The title itself is Latin for "Commentaries on the Civil War". It is sometimes shortened to just "Civil Wars", "About the Civil Wars", and "The Civil War", in English translations

    Modern historians lament that fact that Caesar omits many important details about the military events, primarily because the book is the only source known to exist for many of the events that occurred in it, but also because it was written from the unique perspective of the most powerful figure in the Republic and one of the most notable generals in human history. Caesar also does not present a neutral picture and at every opportunity distorts the goals and positions of his enemies in favour of his own position, but does so in a subtle manner sometimes difficult to detect.

    The book was for a time lost, but was rediscovered in Italian city archives in the Middle Ages. The oldest known manuscripts of the commentaries date to the tenth century AD. Parts of the book have remained lost though, with at least sixteen passages known to be missing

    Lucanus, De bello civili ed. Pulmann (Plantin 1592)

    Commentarii de Bello Civili (literally Commentaries on the Civil War in Latin) is an account written by Julius Caesar of his war against Gnaeus Pompeius and the Senate. Shorter than its counterpart on the Gallic War, only three books long, and possibly unfinished, it covers the events of 49-48 BC, from shortly before Caesar's invasion of Italy to Pompey's defeat at the Battle of Pharsalus and flight to Egypt with Caesar in pursuit. It closes with Pompey assassinated, Caesar attempting to mediate rival claims to the Egyptian throne, and the beginning of the Alexandrian War.

    Caesar's authorship of the Commentarii de Bello Civili is not disputed. However, its continuations on the Alexandrian, African and Hispanic wars are believed to have been written by others: the 2nd century historian Suetonius suggested Aulus Hirtius and Gaius Oppius as possible authors

    Plantin emblema from title page of Lucanus, De bello civili ed. Pulmann (1592)

    Commentarii de Bello Civili, along with Caesar's other literary works, became staple reading for Latin studies around the world because of the quality and excellent grammar employed by Caesar in his writings.

    Joseph Justus Scaliger (August 5, 1540 – January 21, 1609) was a French religious leader and scholar, known for expanding the notion of classical history from Greek and Ancient Roman history to include Persian, Babylonian, Jewish and Ancient Egyptian history.

    He was born at Agen, the tenth child and third son of Italian scholar Julius Caesar Scaliger and Andiette de Roques Lobejac.

    History - Fiction or Science (1):




  3. #108


    Sunrise sunset



    The Roman-Vatican-Masonic oppression culture has its origins in the much older secret societies (which were also called: "Mystery Religions", "Mystery Schools", "Priesthood cults", or "Schools for the divine science of governing") which were already present in ancient societies:

    Egyptian (Hyksos)
    Sadducian ("Tsdoki", "Zadokites") (See also: Ebionites, Essenes, Pharisees)
    Other priesthood cults:

    Rosae Crucis (probably from ~12th c.)

    Alumbrados (Spain, late 15th c.)

    Roshaniya (Afghanistan, 16th c.)

    Bavarian Illuminati (Germany, ~1776)

    Sun worship and astrotheology (cosmology and its links to spiritualism) were an extremely important priesthood element of these societies and many others around the world too (to this day), since it was believed that cosmic cycles were heavily influencing life on earth, not just in the physical spectrum (in the traditional science sense), but also in the spiritual-consciousness spectrum.

    Additional important priesthood elements were:


    human sexuality

    human concepts of nature's (perceived) dualities (female/male, life/death, healthy/sick, body/spirit, light/dark, white/black, energy/mass, above/below, in/out, love/hate, good/evil)

    sacred geometry


    visual arts


    trance states

    Some neurotic priesthood societies made animal sacrifices, and a few even Human sacrifices to their god.

    For oppressive priesthood societies the control of knowledge and thereby sovereignty, consciousness and spirituality became their most important goal. These people wanted domination over life, even though they had no real life of their own.

    An equinox occurs twice a year, when the tilt of the Earth's axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the Sun, the center of the Sun being in the same plane as the Earth's equator. The term equinox can also be used in a broader sense, meaning the date when such a passage happens.

    An equinox happens each year at two specific moments in time (rather than two whole days), when there is a location (the subsolar point) on the Earth's equator, where the center of the Sun can be observed to be vertically overhead, occurring around March 20/21 and September 22/23 each year.

    All this is Occult Symbolism is still visible today:


    in architecture (masonic buildings, ancient and new monuments, place names)

    corporate logo's

    money design

    coats of arms,

    films (especially those from Hollywood)

    holy-days(hol i days) and other cultural rituals

    various public 'accessible' cult-religions (Freemasonry, Fraternities, Scouting, New Age societies)

    Here a some of the 'Western' rituals and festivals with an occult (hidden) meaning, many of which were strongly influenced by the ancient Roman and Roman Catholic priesthood culture:


    Christmas (Dec. 24/25): Winter solstice celebration ("Return of the Sun/Son of God").


    Valentine's Day (Feb. 14): Ancient Roman (and likely pre-Roman) Lupercalia celebration (Note: Lupus is Latin for wolf, Lupae means 'she wolves'). At first an ancient Roman priesthood fertility ritual (see below), which was later turned into the the Roman Catholic St. Valentine celebration.

    "February occurred later on the ancient Roman calendar than it does today so Lupercalia was held in the spring and regarded as a festival of purification and fertility. Each year on February 15, the Luperci priests gathered on Palantine Hill at the cave of Lupercal. ... Two naked young men, assisted by the Vestals (the virgin holy female priests of Vesta), sacrificed a dog and a goat at the site. The blood was smeared on the foreheads of the young men and then wiped away with wool dipped in milk. ... Roman armies took the Lupercalia customs with them as they invaded France and Britain.

    One of these was a lottery where the names of available maidens were placed in a box and drawn out by the young men. Each man accepted the girl whose name he drew as his love - for the duration of the festival, or sometimes longer. As Catholicism began to slowly and systematically dismantle the pagan pantheons, it frequently replaced the festivals of the pagan gods with more ecumenical celebrations. It was easier to convert the local population if they could continue to celebrate on the same days, they would just be instructed to celebrate different people and ideologies.

    Lupercalia, with its lover lottery, had no place in the new 'Christian' order. In the year 496 AD, Pope Gelasius I did away with the festival of Lupercalia, citing that it was pagan and immoral. He chose Valentine as the patron saint of lovers, who would be honored at the new festival on the 14th of every February."

    "The festival began with the sacrifice by the Luperci (or the Flamen Dialis) of two male goats and a dog. Next two patrician young Luperci were led to the altar, to be anointed on their foreheads with the sacrificial blood, which was wiped off the bloody knife with wool soaked in milk, after which they were expected to smile and laugh; the smearing of the forehead with blood probably refers to human sacrifice originally practiced at the festival.

    The sacrificial feast followed, after which the Luperci cut thongs from the skins of the victims, which were called Februa, dressed themselves in the skins of the sacrificed goats, in imitation of Lupercus, and ran round the walls of the old Palatine city, the line of which was marked with stones, with the thongs in their hands in two bands, striking the people who crowded near. Girls and young women would line up on their route to receive lashes from these whips.

    This was supposed to ensure fertility, prevent sterility in women and ease the pains of childbirth. This tradition itself may survive ('Christianized', and shifted to Spring) in certain ritual Easter Monday whippings."

    Carnival (Immediately before Lent - the 40 day's of Catholic liturgical season of fasting and prayer before Easter - usually during Feb. or Mar. It may last from a few weeks to several months depending on the region.)


    Easter (Calculated Sunday between March 22 and April 25): Spring equinox celebration ("Resurrection of the Sun/Son of God"). The celebration of the Babylonian goddess of love and fertility Ishtar (See also: the Semitic goddesses Asherah and Astarte), combined with the Cosmic egg and rabbit symbolism for fertility and regeneration. (See also: "Rebirth and Resurrection: The Origins Of Easter Traditions", "Pagan Worship of Easter", "Origins of Easter", Ostara festival, Passover, Semana Santa, Easter controversy, "Towards a Common Date of Easter")


    Mayday (1 May): Phallic Maypole celebration (See also: the Celtic Beltane & Samhain celebrations, Axis mundi, Omphalos). The International Workers' Day is the result of traditional culture suppression and industrial-political influence.

    Halloween (Oct. 31)

    Bullfighting: The slaying of the bull (Taurus) by Mithras (Roman deity - with pre-Roman origins - who was born from a Cosmic egg) and the castration by a scorpion (Scorpio) in Roman mythology. This sacrificial tradition represents the domination of the 'elite' over the potentials of the 'common' people.

    Televised sport events are one modern variant of this occult tradition.

    The 'elite' know many people want to align themselves with the dominators (winners), not the suppressed (losers). They hypnotize people with simple systems of glorified male competition and domination.

    A politically harmless, commercial venting system for the boredom and anger of many people.

    Roman Tauroctony of Mithras from ~200BC ??

    Note also the castrating scorpion and the feasting dog and snake.

    The September Equinox Explained

    The September equinox occurs at 09:04 (or 9:04am) Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) on September 23, 2011. It is also referred to as the autumnal or fall equinox in the northern hemisphere, as well as the spring or vernal equinox in the southern hemisphere (not to be confused with the March equinox). This is due to the seasonal contrasts between both hemispheres throughout the year.

    The equinox will occur in the evening of September 22, 2010.

    At 8:46 a.m., American Airlines Flight 11 was crashed into the World Trade Center's North Tower, followed by United Airlines Flight 175 which hit the South Tower at 9:03 a.m.

    Autumnal Equinox Sep 22 2001

    Autumnal Equinox Sep 22 2012

    September – Harvest moon / Gypsy Moon

    The harvest moon is the moon at or about the period of fullness that is nearest to the autumnal equinox. The harvest moon is often mistaken for the modern day hunter's moon.

    In agriculture, the harvest is the process of gathering mature crops from the fields. Reaping is the cutting of grain or pulse for harvest, typically using a scythe, sickle, or reaper.

  4. #109


    Pine Cone/Forbidden Fruit?


    Sssecrets of the Holy Family,

    Within the Vatican’s museum complex is a courtyard knownas the Giardino della Pigna, or Place of the Pine Cone, named after a four meter high bronze statue of a pine cone [Plate 32].
    The cone was modeled and cast during the first or second century CE by Publius Cincius Calvius whose signature is on the base.Historians believe that it was originally used in the pre-Christian era as a water fountain, and was confiscated several centuries later by the Papacy who used it for ornamental purposes.

    Pine cones are an important element in Catholic iconography.Decorative cones are sculpted into Church and Cathedral masonry, and incorporated into the designs of candlesticks and ceremonial artifacts [Plate 35]. The Papal crosier includes a silver pine cone, and pine cones are embroidered into papal vestments,

    [Plate 33]. The official Church explanation is that the pine cone is a symbol of regeneration and represents new life in Christ. But this is not its original meaning.

    Divinities of ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, Greece andRome, and their respective devotees, were frequently depicted with pine cones. The earliest examples of pine cone iconographyare found in representations of the ancient gods of Sumer, the Annunaki, and their later Assyrian and Babylonian counterparts,

    Dumuzi (Tammuz), who holds the ‘Shepherd’s staff of judgment,’ which was later associated with John the Baptist, was particularly associated with pine cones. Dumuzi translates as “true child” or “rightful son.” Excavations at Pompeii unearthed stone pine cones in sacrificial burial pits. Wall paintings there suggest that pine cones were offered to the gods [Plate 34].

    In Mesopotamian artifacts, the god or gods hold pine cones and point them at the foreheads of humans [Plate 37].

    Occasionally, they direct pine cones at what scholars describe as a“stylized tree” [Plate 38], evocative of the “Tree of Life,” known mostly from the Garden of Eden, but which is a universal cultural heritage. Interest in bloodlines was not confined to the Hebrews.Everywhere in the ancient world, trees symbolized human genealogy, and still do; so families have ‘trees,’ ‘Roots,’ and ‘Branches.’ As access to the Tree of Life was denied Adam and Eve after the Fall, so the Tree of Life represents the original or lost blueprint of humankind. Or, in other words, both the known and unknown purposes of DNA itself, which presumably remain unfulfilled. What then does the pine cone symbolize?

    In the shape of a pine cone, and located in the front of the brain, the pineal gland has immense significance in mystical traditions, and its existence was known to ancient Greek anatomists. Greek mystics named the pine cone “the thyrsus” of Dionysus. His followers carried pine-cone-topped staffs to honour him . Pine cones often decorate the ceilings of Masonic Halls, and sometimes the Deacon’s rod is surmounted by a pine cone. Corresponding to the “third eye” or the “eye of Horus,” Descartes called the pineal gland “the seat of the soul.”

    Sumerian cuneiforms identify the pine cone as a mullilu, which translates as “purifier.” Apparently, a ritual took place using the “pine cone” to effect change in the participants—one way or another. Practitioners of the ancient mystery religions, as well as medieval alchemists, were also involved in processes to transform individuals by graduating through a series of initiations. The pineal gland is known to secrete melatonin, a powerful body chemical with vital implications for human functioning. It is thought that the pineal gland is a magnetoreceptor; and electromagnetic files are known to suppress its activity. However, scientists still lack a complete understanding of the pineal gland. Its location would seem to suggest a link with the modulation of brainwave frequencies, which is known to influence DNA. In worldwide folklore, including the Bible (Gen 6:3, 11:7), ancient “gods” interfere with humankind to drastically shorten lifespan and scramble cognitive processes.

    Speculation aside, adoption of pine cone iconography is consistent with the Church’s program of projecting one paradigm of life onto the outside world, while secretly adhering to another.

  5. #110


    A 1742 Tarì of the Knights Hospitaller, depicting the head of John the Baptist on a platter.

    Old Pzarms

    Common seal of the Borough of Penzance, used in lieu of a coat of arms 1614 - 1934 (now the Mayoral Seal)

  6. #111




    The term Communion is derived from Latin communio (sharing in common). The corresponding term in Greek is κοινωνία, which is often translated as "fellowship". In Christianity, the basic meaning of the term communion is an especially close relationship of Christians, as individuals or as a Church, with God and with other Christians

    The Eucharist, also called Holy Communion, Sacrament of the Altar, the Blessed Sacrament, or The Lord's Supper, and other names, is a Christian sacrament or ordinance, generally considered to be a re-enactment of the Last Supper, the final meal that Jesus Christ shared with his disciples before his arrest and crucifixion, during which he gave them bread, saying, "This is my body", and wine, saying, "This is my blood"

    The Double Crown of Upper and Lower Egypt is also known as the Pschent crown.

    As a symbol of unity between the Two Lands, King Menes created the Double Crown by inserting the White Crown of Upper Egypt into the Red Crown of Lower Egypt.

    The physiology of death revolves around changes in the winds, channels and drops. Psychologically, due to the fact that consciousnesses of varying grossness and subtlety depend on the winds, like a rider on a horse, their dissolving or loss of ability to serve as bases of consciousness induces radical changes in conscious experience.

    At the channel-centres there are WHITE and RED drops, upon which physical and mental health are based. The white is predominant at the top of the head and the red at the solar plexus. These drops have their origin in a white and red drop at the heart centre, and this drop is the size of a small pea and has a white top and red bottom. It is called the indestructible drop, since it lasts until death. The very subtle life-bearing wind dwells inside it and, at death, all winds ultimately dissolve into it, whereupon the clear light vision of death dawns.


  7. #112


    A priest or priestess is one authorized to perform the sacred rites of a religion especially as a mediatory agent between humans and deities. They also have the authority or power to administer religious rites; in particular, rites of sacrifice to, and propitiation of, a deity or deities. Their office or position is the priesthood, a term which may also apply to such persons collectively.

    Ancient Egypt

    In Ancient Egyptian religion, God's Wife of Amun was the highest ranking priestess and was held by a daughter of the High Priest of Amun, during the reign of Hatshepsut while the capital of Egypt was in Thebes during the second millennium BCE (circa 2160 BC).

    Later, the Divine Adoratrice of Amun was a title created for the chief priestess of Amun. During the first millennium BCE, when the holder of this office exercised her largest measure of influence, her position was an important appointment facilitating the transfer of power from one pharaoh to the next, when his daughter was adopted to fill it by the incumbent office holder. The Divine Adoratrice ruled over the extensive temple duties and domains, controlling a significant part of the ancient Egyptian economy.

    Let's take a look at the dress code of the Religious Denominations today which was Stolen from The Egyptians . The Egyptians were the First To Wear White Robes in their Religious Ceremonies and Rituals as a Symbol of Purification . The Mourners At Funerals Also Wore The Color White . The Wearing Of The Color Black Was Copied From The Egyptian Supreme Being Anubis , Who Was Know As The Black Jackal Dog At The Funerals . The Original Religious Sects Such As Shi'ite Muslims Wore The Color Black , However You Have The Many Branches Of Muslims Today That Wear White . The Original Christians Wore Black , However You Have The Pope And Different Christian Sect That Wear White Today . The Chemarims Or Khamarim Are The Black -Robed Priests Of Baal , Who Were Appointed By The Kings Of Judah To Conduct Worship In High Places . Chemarims '' Idolatrous Priest '' , Comes From The Root Word Kamar Meaning '' To Be Black '' , And Explained That The '' Idolatrous Priest '' Wore Black Garments ( Zephaniah 1 ; 4 ) , Which The Raabis And Cohen's Wear Today .

  8. #113


    The Vatican Observatory (Specola Vaticana) is an astronomical research and educational institution supported by the Holy See. Originally based in Rome, it now has headquarters and laboratory at the summer residence of the Pope in Castel Gandolfo, Italy, and an observatory at the Mount Graham International Observatory in the United States.

    The Director of the Observatory is Fr. José Gabriel Funes, SJ. Many distinguished scholars have worked at the Observatory. In 2008, the Templeton Prize was awarded to cosmologist Fr. Michał Heller, a Vatican Observatory Adjunct Scholar. In 2010, the George Van Biesbroeck Prize was awarded to former observatory director Fr. George Coyne, SJ

    Holy See

    The Church has had long-standing interests in astronomy, due to the astronomical basis of the calendar by which holy days and Easter are determined. For instance, the Gregorian Calendar, promulgated in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, was developed by the Jesuit mathematician Christoph Clavius at the Collegio Romano from astronomical data.

  9. #114


    Roman Tauroctony of Mithras from ~200BC ??

    Note also the castrating scorpion and the feasting dog and snake.

    And the Phrygian cap!

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