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Old 06-01-2018, 11:44 PM   #1
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Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – the Four Evangelists as You Have Never Seen them Before

Stellar theology in connection with the four gospel accounts from the New Testament.

St Matthew – a winged Man, St Mark – a winged Lion, St Luke – a winged Bull and St John – an Eagle.

The Four Cardinal Points of the Compass as Depicted in the Signs of the Zodiac Dividing the Four Seasons
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Old 06-01-2018, 11:49 PM   #2
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Detail of Portal of St. Trophime in Arles, France.

Christ in the centre is surrounded by symbols of the Four Evangelists: Matthew (human, upper left), Mark (lion, lower left), Luke (ox bull, lower right) and John (eagle, upper right). Below we see the row of the twelve Apostles.

The Church of St. Trophime is a Roman Catholic church and former cathedral located in the city of Arles, in the Bouches-du-Rhône Department of southern France. It was built between the 12th century and the 15th century, and is in the Romanesque architectural tradition. The sculptures over the church’s portal, particularly the Last Judgement, and the columns in the adjacent cloister, are considered some of the finest examples of Romanesque sculpture.



The same iconography of the Four Evangelists was used in the Book of Kells (dating back to 9th Century Ireland).

Book of Kells (9th Century Ireland) – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

The Book of Kells (sometimes known as the Book of Columba) is an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin, containing the four Gospels of the New Testament together with various prefatory texts and tables. It was created in a Columban monastery in Ireland or may have had contributions from various Columban institutions from both Britain and Ireland. It is believed to have been created c. 800 AD. The text of the Gospels is largely drawn from the Vulgate, although it also includes several passages drawn from the earlier versions of the Bible known as the Vetus Latina. It is a masterwork of Western calligraphy and represents the pinnacle of Insular illumination. It is also widely regarded as Ireland’s finest national treasure.

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John as depicted in the Rider Waite Tarot Deck of Cards (circa 1909)

The four fixed signs of the zodiac are: Aquarius (Air), Scorpio (Water), Taurus (Earth) and Leo (Fire). The classic symbols of the fixed signs (the angel of Aquarius, the eagle of Scorpio, the bull of Taurus and the lion of Leo) are called the kerubic emblems and appear often in Christian iconography.



Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Incorporated into Modern Freemasonry

The Book of Constitutions of this Grand Lodge or Ahiman Rezon (2nd Edition 1764)

The Book of Constitutions of this Grand Lodge or Ahiman Rezon was a constitution written by Laurence Dermott for the Antient Grand Lodge of England which was formed in 1751. The formation of the Ancient Grand Lodge brought together lodges and Masons who, believing themselves to be part of an older, original Masonic tradition, had chosen not to ally themselves with the previously formed Moderns Grand Lodge of 1717.

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Old 06-01-2018, 11:52 PM   #3
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For a more detailed explanation of what this is all about see the website:


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Old 07-01-2018, 12:02 AM   #4
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Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – the Four Evangelists as You Have Never Seen them Before

Stellar theology in connection with the four gospel accounts from the New Testament.

St Matthew – a winged Man, St Mark – a winged Lion, St Luke – a winged Bull and St John – an Eagle.

The Four Cardinal Points of the Compass as Depicted in the Signs of the Zodiac Dividing the Four Seasons
The Bible is full of astrology. Not surprising as God not only created the Earth, but he created the heavens also, and that would include the Zodiac. The Zodiac tells the story of the Bible because the Zodiac is just a layer between Divine reality and Earth.

Fallen angels originated from Divine reality and naturally have astrological knowledge. Astrology is one of the sources for Freemasonry but they turn every Divine principle upside down. They use the truth, invert it and mislead followers in order to gain control.

Most Masons don't have a clue what Freemasonry is really about, let alone the Bible because if they did, they'd understand the Bible and Freemasonry aren't compatible for a large number of reasons.

See this recent post for one example:

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Old 07-01-2018, 02:44 AM   #5
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Certainly astrology the elemental system , and the kabbalah is woven into the bible .

It's a concocted fairy story , so the rabbi who created it would naturally have it reflect his worldview .. He made a rich symbolic tapestry , very alluring and hypnotic , it does draw you in I'm the first to admit ... The rabbi who created it , and those who fine tuned it later were black magician psi-op masters.

Mathew , Mark , and the rest were no more real than micky mouse

Astrology is also invented kaballistic rubbish , take it from one who studied it for many years.

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Certainly astrology the elemental system , and the kabbalah is woven into the bible .

It's a concocted fairy story , so the rabbi who created it would naturally have it reflect his worldview ..

Mathew , Mark , and the rest were no more real than micky mouse

Astrology is also invented rubbish , take it from one who studied it for many years.
Yes, the Kabbalah is the mirror image of the Bible but it was never intended that man should peer into it. The Serpent opened that up and it's caused a great deal of trouble in the world. A lot of people who've studied the Kabbalah and astrology more deeply than you would disagree, but you're entitled to your opinion.
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Default Freemasons and Star Constellations

On joining the Freemasons you are given a special Masonic version of the 'authorised' King James Bible. From that point on you are subsequently educated about what this version of the bible is all about.

In 1882 Robert Hewitt Brown (a 32nd degree Freemason) wrote a fascinating book titled Stellar Theology and Masonic Astronomy.

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Old 10-01-2018, 10:15 PM   #8
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Default Pubs, Freemasons and Star Constellations

In the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, Freemasons would meet up in public houses like the Red Lion (Leo), the Bulls Head (Taurus), the Woolpack (Aries), the Swan (Cygnus), the Green Dragon (Draco), the Unicorn (Monoceros), the Flying Horse (Pegasus), the Bear/Plough/Seven Stars (Ursa Major), the Angel (Virgo) and the Eagle and Child (Aquila and Antonius).

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In the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, Freemasons would meet up in public houses like the Red Lion (Leo), the Bulls Head (Taurus), the Woolpack (Aries), the Swan (Cygnus), the Green Dragon (Draco), the Unicorn (Monoceros), the Flying Horse (Pegasus), the Bear/Plough/Seven Stars (Ursa Major), the Angel (Virgo) and the Eagle and Child (Aquila and Antonius).

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Fascinating! Thanks for that ,, I'll never see pubs in the same way again ,,









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Default Pubs, Freemasons and Star Constellations

Aquila (the Eagle), Taurus, Canis Major (the Dog), the Southern Birds.

I'm not sure about the hairy lemon unless it is one of Hercules appendages?

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The Eagle and Child - Aquila and Antinous as depicted by Johannes Hevelius (published 1690)

Aquila is a constellation on the celestial equator. Its name is Latin for 'eagle'.

Its brightest star, Altair, is one vertex of the Summer Triangle asterism. The constellation is best seen in the northern summer as it is located along the Milky Way.

Antinous is an obsolete constellation no longer in use by astronomers, having been merged into Aquila, which it bordered to the North.

The constellation was created by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 132. According to legend, Hadrian was told by an oracle that only the death of his most beloved person would save him from a great danger.

Antinous (pronounced ‘anti-no-us’) was the boy lover of the Roman Emperor Hadrian and hence is a real character, not a mythological one, although the story reads like fiction. Antinous was born c. AD 110 in the town of Bythinium (also called Claudiopolis), near present-day Bolu in north-western Turkey. At that time this area was a Roman province, and Hadrian is thought to have met Antinous during an official visit. Hadrian, the first openly gay Roman Emperor, was smitten by the boy and groomed him to become his constant companion.

Hadrian’s happiness did not last long, though. While on a trip up the Nile in AD 130, Antinous drowned near the present-day town of Mallawi in Egypt. Supposedly the oracle had predicted that the Emperor would be saved from danger by the sacrifice of the object he most loved, and Antinous realized that this description applied to him.

Whether the drowning was accident, suicide, or even ritual sacrifice, Hadrian was heartbroken by it. He founded a city called Antinoöpolis near the site of the drowning, declared Antinous a god, and commemorated him in the sky from stars south of Aquila, the Eagle, that had not previously been considered part of any constellation.

One interpretation could therefore be that Aquila the Eagle (representative of the Roman Empire) is a metaphor for Emperor Hadrian.

The constellation’s first known depiction was in 1536 on a celestial globe by the German mathematician and cartographer Caspar Vopel (1511–61); it was shown again in 1551 on a globe by Gerardus Mercator. Tycho Brahe listed it as a separate constellation in his star catalogue of 1602 and it remained widely accepted into the 19th century, when it was eventually remerged with Aquila.

An interesting side note was that JRR Tolkien (Lord of the Rings author) regularly met with other notable Oxford writers in ‘The Eagle and Child’ in a private lounge at the back of the pub known as the 'Rabbit Room'.

Tolkien by his own admission acknowledges that

‘The Lord of the Rings is of course a fundamentally religious and Catholic work; unconsciously so at first, but consciously in the revision. That is why I have not put in, or have cut out, practically all references to anything like 'religion', to cults or practices, in the imaginary world. For the religious element is absorbed into the story and the symbolism‘
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