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  1. You have at the beginning of the KORAN, Moses who met the FIRE God, and had a staff which turned into a SERPENT. = FS You have at the end of the KORAN, CUL = CULCUCAN = FEATHERED SERPENT = FS = FIRE BIRD & SERPENT = PHOENIX AND SERPENT The phoenix and the serpent are two of the oldest and most enduring symbols in mythology and folklore. They are both associated with transformation, rebirth, and the cycles of life and death. The phoenix is a mythical bird that is said to die in flames and then be reborn from its own ashes. The serpent, on the other hand, is a creature that is constantly shedding its skin and renewing itself. In many cultures, the phoenix and the serpent are seen as complementary symbols. The phoenix represents the fiery energy of transformation, while the serpent represents the earthy energy of renewal. Together, they represent the complete cycle of life, death, and rebirth. Here are some examples of the link between phoenixes and serpents in different cultures: In Egyptian mythology, the phoenix is associated with the sun god Ra, and the serpent is associated with the earth god Geb. Together, Ra and Geb represent the two opposing forces that create and sustain the universe. In Chinese mythology, the phoenix is associated with the yin principle (female, earth, dark), while the serpent is associated with the yang principle (male, heaven, light). Together, yin and yang represent the two opposing forces that create and balance the universe. In Mesoamerican mythology, the phoenix is associated with the fire god Xiuhtecuhtli, and the serpent is associated with the rain god Tlaloc. Together, Xiuhtecuhtli and Tlaloc represent the two opposing forces that create and sustain life. In addition to their symbolic associations, the phoenix and the serpent are also often depicted together in art and literature. For example, in the medieval bestiary, the phoenix is often shown emerging from a nest of flames, while the serpent is often shown wrapped around the phoenix's egg. The link between phoenixes and serpents is a reminder that death is not the end, but rather a transformation into something new. It is also a reminder that the forces of creation and destruction are constantly at work in the world, and that these forces are necessary for life to exist. = Rebirth / Renew / Ressurection = MK ULTRA = BUTTERFLYS = CATTERPILLARS AND COCOONS = JESUS
  2. Pigs are associated with the Mesoamerican god Kukulkan in a number of ways. First, pigs were often sacrificed to Kukulkan in order to appease him. Second, the Maya believed that pigs were messengers of Kukulkan, and that they could carry messages between the gods and humans. Third, the Maya associated pigs with fertility and abundance, and they often depicted Kukulkan as being surrounded by pigs. One of the most famous examples of the association between pigs and Kukulkan can be seen in the Temple of Kukulkan at Chichen Itza. This temple is known for its elaborate carvings of feathered serpents, and the number of these carvings is said to represent the number of days in the Mayan calendar. However, if you look closely at the carvings, you will also see that they contain images of pigs. This is thought to be a reference to the fact that pigs were often sacrificed to Kukulkan in order to ensure a good harvest. The association between pigs and Kukulkan is also evident in the Mayan creation myth. In this myth, Kukulkan is said to have created the world from the body of a giant serpent. The serpent's tail is said to have become the Milky Way, and its body is said to have become the earth. The Maya believed that pigs were descended from this serpent, and that they were therefore sacred creatures. The association between pigs and Kukulkan is a reminder of the important role that pigs played in Mayan culture. Pigs were not only a source of food, but they were also seen as messengers of the gods and symbols of fertility and abundance.
  3. I am sure you guys have heard of this guy.... GEORGE LUCAS check the surname luc = CUL as = ASS Everything i have been talking about
  4. Moment mysterious cloaked figure runs past Westminster Abbey during coronation (msn.com)
  5. maybe a girl i knew in my teenage years END (GIRLS NAME) or DWAYNE JOHNSON This is all to do with me and my thinking...and its very personal.
  6. ASS ASS IN CUL CUL IN KUL KU CAN 333 333 10 IN = 95 or 55 if you take I(eye/aye)=E KUL KU CAN EYE The Assassins were a secret religious group active in the Middle East during the 11th and 12th centuries. They were known for their political and military activities and their use of assassination as a tool to eliminate political and religious opponents. The group was active in the region of Persia and Syria and was associated with the Nizari branch of Ismaili Shia Islam. The Assassins were known for their secrecy and their extreme commitment to their beliefs. They carried out targeted assassinations of political and religious figures and were feared for their willingness to use violence to achieve their goals. They also maintained a network of fortresses and fortifications in the mountains of Persia and Syria, which helped to protect them from their enemies. Despite their reputation for violence, the Assassins were also known for their intellectual pursuits and their use of philosophical and mystical teachings to guide their actions. They are often depicted as a fanatical and secretive sect, but they also played an important role in the political and religious landscape of the Middle East during the time in which they were active. Today, the term "Assassins" is often used to describe individuals or groups who carry out politically motivated killings, and the legacy of the original Assassins continues to be a subject of fascination and speculation. The "all-seeing eye" is a symbol that has been used in different cultures and belief systems throughout history. It is commonly associated with the idea of a deity or higher power that watches over and guides humanity. In contemporary times, the "all-seeing eye" is often associated with the Great Seal of the United States and the Illuminati, a secret society that is often mentioned in conspiracy theories. In various esoteric and mystical traditions, the "all-seeing eye" is associated with a divine or supreme being who has the ability to see everything and knows all things. In ancient Egyptian religion, the "all-seeing eye" was symbolized by the Eye of Horus, which was associated with the god Horus and was believed to provide protection, health, and rejuvenation. In Hinduism, the "all-seeing eye" is often associated with the third eye, or the "Divine Eye," which is associated with the pineal gland and is believed to give one the ability to see beyond the physical world and attain higher levels of consciousness. An animal of the horse family, which is typically smaller than a horse and has longer ears and a braying call. To keep it simple, donkeys and asses are the same animal, a mammal from the Equidae family. The mule, however, is completely different from the other two. It’s the outcome of crossbreeding a donkey and a mare. Donkeys play a small but significant role in the Christian tradition and religion. The most notable reference to a donkey in the Christian tradition is the story of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey before his crucifixion, as described in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. This event, known as the Triumphal Entry, is seen as a symbol of Jesus' humility and peacefulness, and it is celebrated in the Christian liturgical calendar as Palm Sunday. In addition, donkeys are sometimes used as symbols of humility and hard work in Christian art, literature, and sermons. While donkeys are not central to the Christian religion, they do have a place in the Christian tradition and are seen as significant by many believers. Donkeys have a minor role in Islamic tradition and culture. Donkeys are mentioned a few times in the Quran and hadith, the sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad. In these references, donkeys are depicted as animals that can be used for transportation and work, and they are also sometimes used as a metaphor for humility and hard work. In Islamic art and literature, donkeys are occasionally depicted in allegorical or symbolic ways, but they are generally not considered to be of great religious significance. Overall, while donkeys have a place in Islamic tradition, they do not play a central role in Islam or its teachings. IN = 95 or 55 if you take I(eye/aye)=E 9+5=14 = n 9+5 =14, 1+4 =5 555 = 15 = 0 5+5 =10 = j/s = JON / SON it is defo DWAYNE JOHNSON Dwayne Johnson, also known as "The Rock", is a retired professional wrestler, actor, producer, and former football player. He has become one of the most successful and highest-paid actors in Hollywood, appearing in numerous films and TV shows, including the Fast and Furious franchise and Jumanji. who? why? where? antichrist? chosen one?
  7. https://enkispeaks.com/sitchin-thoth-brought-civilization-to-the-maya-in-yucatan/ Thoth, known to Maya as Kukuklan, emerges from his aircraft–shown as Serpent’s head. When he left Yucatan, Maya show his flying serpent craft swallowed by the night sky, shown as a Jaguar swallowing the flying serpent Thoth/Ninghzidda (now called Kukuklan, Quetzalcoatl, Xiuhtechtli, Winged Serpent), with Black Africans (known as Olmecs) and bearded Middle Eastern and Egyptian followers, boated to Mexico’s Gulf Coast in 3113 BCE
  8. What God did the Mayans worship? Kukulcán – The Feathered Serpent God The feathered serpent deity, known to the Yucatec Maya as Kukulcán, is the most well-known and prominent Mayan god of the Maya pantheon. You will also see this god referred to as Gucumatz in the Quiche Maya designation and as Quetzalcoatl in the Aztec Nahuatl language KUKULCAN 3333333
  9. Some common Arabic phrases Alhumdullilah =1 Jazakallah = 1 Subhanallah = 1 111 AJS PYTHAGORAS btw i have found a link in the Koran that takes it all the way back to the AZTECS and MAYANS.
  10. @clarissa i did read in one of your posts, that you see shapes when looking at something bright. i am also the same...i see geometric patterns and fractals when i look at a bright light. in your opinion what does this mean? tks in advance :)
  11. The 4 kuls/quls/culs appear at the END of the Koran. CUL = BEHIND (Irish)
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