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Old 19-03-2015, 09:11 PM   #67
lightgiver
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Lightbulb Ringmakers


David Icke 'Saturn's ET Ringmakers' ..
Quote:
“When you graduate from high school you come out processionally with a black robe, which is black for Saffron, the God of the Hebrews, requiring that you wear the square mortarboard on top of your head..

The square mortarboards are, of course, used by the Freemasons for their plaster, so that is why you wear a square mortarboard when you graduate, ultimately becoming an Alumni.. It all has to do with Freemasonry; it all has to do with the control of education in this country”..


Academic dress for Masters in Singapore with description..

Isn’t it interesting that angels have haloes/rings around their heads and Saturn is the only planet with a halo/ring around it? ..

“That is why today, when you get married, you get married before God. And the symbol of that God is the ring that is put on each other's fingers.. The ring of Saturn.. In the marriage phrases, one also begins to see what that has to do with Saturn..

So when you get married, you get married with a ring and the symbol of that God is the ring, the ring of Saturn.. You're wearing God's ring..

And the yarmulke was the round ring that you wear on your head, for Saturn your God.. Even in the middle ages, in the temples, Catholic monks would shave their heads in a round circle, and the Hebrews, instead of doing that, would wear the yarmulke.. But it all had to do with the round rings of Saturn” ..

Rome was known to the “Romans” as Saturnia, not Rome, and Saturn was one of their gods..

Headwear is an important component of cap-and-gown, and the academic costume is not complete without it.. The headwear will vary with the level of academic achievement and, to some extent, on the individual academic institution's specifications.. For caps, the mortarboard is recommended in the Code, and the material required to match the gown.. The exception—velvet—is reserved for the doctor's degree only, seen in the form of a multiple-sided (4, 6, or 8) tam, but the 4-sided mortarboard-shaped tam in velvet is what the Code seems to recommend here.. The only colour called for is black, in all cases..

A tam o' shanter ( British military often abbreviated TOS or tam) is a 19th-century traditional Scottish bonnet worn by men.. It is named after Tam o' Shanter, the eponymous hero of the poem by Robert Burns..The tam o'shanter's cap is normally constructed in cylindrical fashion out of 6 "pie segments" of woolen fabric and is attached to a one-inch headband of the same material.. It also has as a main hallmark the clan tartan woven into its woollen threads.. Although referred to as a "tam", the academic tam derives from the Tudor bonnet rather than the Scottish tam o' shanter..the tam o' shanter is now best known as the headgear of a number of Scottish infantry regiments and those with Scottish affiliations..The tam o' shanter was traditionally worn by various regiments of the Australian Army which have a Scottish connection..A khaki Balmoral bonnet was introduced in 1915 for wear in the trenches by Scottish infantry serving on the Western Front...

For instance, this is why a “boxing” match is fought for “rounds” in the “ring” but it is actually a 4 sided square arena with corners...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090756/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_dress
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/so...nspiracy37.htm
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=431Beaumont..Hey you wanna go for a ride?.No thanks..No thanks?. What does that mean?..Frank..I don't wanna go.. Go where?.For a ride..A ride! Now that's a good idea!..http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=533

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