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Old 07-07-2012, 12:41 PM   #151
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Default Tetramorph-Fomalhaut-4 Royal stars....

4 Canopic Jars found in the tombs of the Pharaohs.They held the organs. (the heart was left in the body)

Do anyone see a resemblance of the 4 Sons of Horus to the 4 tetramorphs????

Four sons of Horus

The 3+1 structure

The 3+1 structure: three animal-daemonic faces and one human motif appears again in certain representations of the sons of Horus and in the emblems of the evangelists, as well in the four gospels (three synoptic, one ‘Gnostic’) and in the four Persons of Christian metaphysics: the Trinity and the dEvIL...

The Christian tetramorph is a good example of how syncreticism occurs in religious symbolism.The most-developed of all foursome or fournesses in religious symbolism in Christianity is the tetramorph of the four evangelists. It originated from the Jewish prophet Ezekiel who whilst in exile in Babylonia circa 550 BCE used the symbolism of Babylonian astrology for his own prophetic purposes. Ezekiel describes his vision in which the likeness of four living creatures came out of the midst of the fire thus:As for the likeness of their faces, they four had the face of a man, and the face of a lion, on the right side: and they four had the face of an ox on the left side; they four also had the face of an eagle. Ezekiel 1:10.Ezekiel’s vision is based upon the astrology of the ancient Babylonians in which the constellations of the Zodiac (Greek for circle of animals) signs of Aquarius (the man/angel) Leo the Lion, Taurus the Bull and Scorpio the Eagle are represented as being a Throne for God Himself (called a Merkaba in Hebrew)Known astrologically as the Fixed Cross (with the substitution of the scorpion, a creature little known outside the Mediterranean basin and which was replaced early on by the winged eagle).

ARLES Church of St. Trophime 12th century

X = 11 8 2 5....? X … comes from the Greek letter Chi which is the first letter of the Greek word Χριστός translated as “Christ“Use of X for“Christ”...

11 8 2 5
These four animal figures are also depicted in the early Christian evangelist Saint John’s book of the Apocalypse, the last book of the New Testament, the book of Revelation in which the events of the end times are revealed. Saint John alludes to Ezekiel’s vision thus-"And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle". Revelation 4:7.

Christian iconography in the form of illuminated manuscripts developed the tetramorph in art-work quite early. Examples of the four Evangelists in the form of a tetramorph can be found from the 6th CE. including notably in the Book of Kells.

In theology Saint Jerome attributed Christian virtues to each of the four animals of the Christian tetramorph. The four evangelists of the Gospels being invariably depicted as Saint Matthew represented by a winged man, Saint Luke by an Ox, Saint Mark by a Lion and John the Evangelist by the Eagle. At the centre of many Christian tetramorphs is the Pantokrater (from Greek pan-all, krater – ruler) Jesus the Christ ....

Like the Cross, the Tetramorph symbolises a highly-complex system of relationships and elements which find their origin in the centre. Thus the tetramorph alludes to the 5th element or quintessence, the element beyond the visible four natural elements of earth, air, water, and fire, to the invisible ether of the alchemists. The psychological equivalent of the Tetramorph, the Quaternity is explored in the writings of the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung."This is a symbol of the quinta essentia, which is identical with the Philosophers’ Stone..."It is the circle divided into four with the centre, or the divinity extended in four directions, or the four functions of consciousness with their unitary substrate, the self...

See the X that is formed in the circle above the Earth?

The 4 Royal Stars....

What is far more interesting however is what these 4 significant symbols represented to the Arabic Astrologer…
These 4 Canopic Jars or the 4 Sons of Horus or the 4 Tetramorphs or the 4 Evangelists were ALL representations of the 4 Royal Stars.

The 4 Royal Stars were on Sol’s path, they … form part of our Sun’s journey through its existence in the bigger picture.
These 4 Royal Stars and the forces they exert on our Sun as our Sun journeys past them … eventually play a part in how our history unfolds … how all that has been written plays itself out ….

These 4 Royal Stars, were 4 of the brightest our Sun passes by...

Antares is in Scorpio/Eagle...!
Aldebaran is in Taurus.
Regulus is in Leo.
Fomalhaut is in Pisces Austrinus.


And our Sun is profoundly and currently closest to Fomalhaut on it’s journey along the ecliptic which is actually known as the precession of the equinoxes.
In Sir Isaac Newton’s interpretation of the Emerald Tablet he notes on the last line as he quotes Hermes, “That which I have said of the operation of the Sun is accomplished & ended”.

The Emerald Tablet, also known as Smaragdine Table, Tabula Smaragdina, or The Secret of Hermes, is an ancient text purporting to reveal the secret of the primordial substance and its transmutations. It claims to be the work of Hermes Trismegistus (“Hermes the Thrice-Great”), a legendary Egyptian sage or god, variously identified with the Egyptian god Thoth and/or the Greek god Hermes. This short and cryptic text was highly regarded by European alchemists as the foundation of their art, in particular of its Hermetic tradition.

The Sun’s orbit or ‘backward precession through the 12 houses of the horoscope is actually a cycle that takes nearly 26,000 years to complete.
Fomalhaut is also associated with the constellation of Aquarius. And as we leave the influence of Pisces and as we move into the house of Aquarius we move closer toward the influences of Fomalhaut.

Here is a photo taken of Fomalhaut.
The dust cloud you see surrounding the Star is proof of the swirling motions necessary to form planets…scientists believe....

Please note also that Fomalhaut is the only one of the 4 Royal Stars that canNOT be occulted by the MOON.

offramp:You think an eagle represents Scorpio?
I find the lack of basic, schoolboy knowledge on this forum very sad.
Please do try investigate all your stupid questions yourself and you will find it is you who are in possession of a knowledge as a schoolboy and actualy exhibits it in the most shameful manner. Your brothers must really be very proud of you LOL why do you continue to post stupid questions that simply displays your own level of intelligence, what degree would you imagine to have ...? I'm sure many of your brothers find most of your posts extremely distressing and very sad....

Originally Posted by ksigmason View Post
Interesting piece Dr. I'll have to research it and let you know, but I have some other large pieces ahead of it. I'll pass the idea onto some of my other friends who might find it interesting.
It has been received...:-)


In zoology, a chimera is an animal that has two or more different populations of genetically distinct cells that originated in different zygotes.

Chimeras are formed from four parent cells (two fertilized eggs or early embryos fuse together) or from three parent cells (a fertilized egg is fused with an unfertilized egg or a fertilized egg is fused with an extra sperm). Each population of cells keeps its own character and the resulting animal is a mixture of mis-matched parts. An analogy is two jigsaw puzzles cut using an identical cutter, but with different pictures. A single puzzle can be made out of the mis-matched parts, but the completed puzzle will show parts of both different pictures.

Or mayby the 4 puzzle pieces made from the mis-matched parts form what is known as the Persian Chimera....?

This chimeral cherub combines the body of a bull, feet of a lion, wings and breast of an eagle, and a human head wearing a miter with six horns.
So we have the mythical Persian Chimera, which has further connections to Greek Griffins and Eygptian Sphinxes...

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― Timothy Leary

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