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Old 22-08-2009, 09:08 PM   #1041
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Shugborough Coat of Arms


A symbol of the aliens Nommos, that visited the Dogon people, appears in the Shugborough Coat of Arms above as a green horse with a fish tail. The Nommo is associated with both the Pleiades and the Sirius star systems .

In 1973 appeared La Race Fabuleuse, Gerard de Sede, a book which explains a secret society - never called the Priory of Sion, although de Sede later admitted to Baigent, Lincoln and Leigh ( authors of Holy Blood, Holy Grail ) that he was indeed writing about the Priory in La Race Fabuleuse.

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Old 25-08-2009, 02:15 PM   #1042
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is there any info among the 100+ pages of this thread that identifies NASA personal as Freemasons?

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Kenneth S. Kleinknecht, by the way, was/is the brother of C. Fred Kleinknecht, 33°, Sovereign Grand Commander, The Supreme Council, 33° (Mother Council of the World), Southern Jurisdiction, USA, Washington.
http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/biography/spacemason/
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Old 25-08-2009, 03:19 PM   #1043
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A symbol of the aliens Nommos, that visited the Dogon people, appears in the Shugborough Coat of Arms above as a green horse with a fish tail. The Nommo is associated with both the Pleiades and the Sirius star systems .

The horse with fishes tail is a Hippocamp.

"The mythic hippocamp has been used as a heraldic charge, particularly since the Renaissance, most often in the armorial bearings of people and places with maritime associations

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Do you have a reference that shows it to be a symmbol of the Nommos?
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Old 25-08-2009, 03:27 PM   #1044
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The hippocamp or hippocampus (Greek: ἵπποκαμπος, from ἵππος, "horse" and κάμπος , "monster"), often called a sea-horse in English, is a mythological creature shared by Phoenician and Greek mythology, though the name by which we recognize it is purely Greek; it became part of Etruscan mythology.

The Dogon legends are 5200 years old (or more), long enough to have been corrupted by some confusion.

"Nommos", amphibian beings taught civilization to humans, according to the folklore of Dogon tribe in Mali Africa (as recorded by French anthropologists Griaule and Dieterlen, and interpreted by author Robert Temple in his "Sirius Mystery" book). More recent work of Juan Jose Benitez .
According to Temple, Dogons believed that beings from a planet orbiting around the Sirius-C star came to Earth in the distant past, landing in a place where their ancestors came from (Temple suggested that this was probably Egypt).

Sirius: In 1973, Gerard de Sede claimed in the book La Race Fabuleuse that the Merovingians were descended from beings from Sirius, thus irrevocably linking the PRIORY OF SION mysteries to the "Sirius Mystery". Sirius is a complex subject in the world of esoterica. Antonin Artaud wrote a play about the "Dog Star" in the 1920s, called "The Broken Firmament", suggesting it was of interest to the Surrealists. Since the 1970s, a number of people have claimed contact by the Sirians - Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary, Philip K. Dick, etc., shortly after the publication of Robert K. Temple's Sirius Mystery, claiming that the Dogon tribe of Mali had been given knowledge of this binary star by "Nommos" from that solar system. Crowleyans like Kenneth Grant claim that "Lam," the being that communicated the Liber AL, was from Sirius. And Sirius, in the form of the "Ennead of Heliopolis," also talked to Andrija Puharich... However, to find the weird links between this group and what the authors term "The Stargate Conspiracy", a fascist plot to make the planet believe that the gods of ancient Egypt were extraterrestrials who created our civilization, you should read the book by the same name by authors Pincknett and Prince. The Order of the Solar Temple also expected to be reborn near Sirius...

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A Hint for The Tomb of Mary Magdalene?
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Old 25-08-2009, 05:27 PM   #1046
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The hippocamp or hippocampus (Greek: ἵπποκαμπος, from ἵππος, "horse" and κάμπος , "monster"), often called a sea-horse in English, is a mythological creature shared by Phoenician and Greek mythology, though the name by which we recognize it is purely Greek; it became part of Etruscan mythology.

The Dogon legends are 5200 years old (or more), long enough to have been corrupted by some confusion.

"Nommos", amphibian beings taught civilization to humans, according to the folklore of Dogon tribe in Mali Africa (as recorded by French anthropologists Griaule and Dieterlen, and interpreted by author Robert Temple in his "Sirius Mystery" book). More recent work of Juan Jose Benitez .
According to Temple, Dogons believed that beings from a planet orbiting around the Sirius-C star came to Earth in the distant past, landing in a place where their ancestors came from (Temple suggested that this was probably Egypt).
The claims about the Dogon and Sirius B arose from 1931, two French anthropologists Griaule and Dieterlen contacted the Dogon in 1931 and began a thirty-year relationship with them. Their study included an examination of Dogon religious beliefs. This resulted in the book by Temple, which I have read and which impressed me at the time.

However, the Dogon were contacted again by anthropologist Walter van Beeke who discovered that only 15% of the Dogon knew about Sirius and this is what they said:

“…'though they do speak about sigu tolo9 they disagree completely with each other as to which star is meant; for some it is an invisible star that should rise to announce the sigu [festival], for another it is Venus that, through a different position, appears as sigu tolo. All agree, however, that they learned about the star from Griaule'”

They learned about the star from Griaule…… Interesting that Griaule as well as being an anthropologist was also an amateur astronomer.

I’ve no doubt that for the Dogons Sirius was an important star and that their rituals go back a very long time. But their knowledge of Sirius B? I’m not convinced.

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]Sirius: In 1973, Gerard de Sede claimed in the book La Race Fabuleuse that the Merovingians were descended from beings from Sirius, thus irrevocably linking the PRIORY OF SION mysteries to the "Sirius Mystery". Sirius is a complex subject in the world of esoterica. Antonin Artaud wrote a play about the "Dog Star" in the 1920s, called "The Broken Firmament", suggesting it was of interest to the Surrealists. Since the 1970s, a number of people have claimed contact by the Sirians - Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary, Philip K. Dick, etc., shortly after the publication of Robert K. Temple's Sirius Mystery, claiming that the Dogon tribe of Mali had been given knowledge of this binary star by "Nommos" from that solar system. Crowleyans like Kenneth Grant claim that "Lam," the being that communicated the Liber AL, was from Sirius. And Sirius, in the form of the "Ennead of Heliopolis," also talked to Andrija Puharich... However, to find the weird links between this group and what the authors term "The Stargate Conspiracy", a fascist plot to make the planet believe that the gods of ancient Egypt were extraterrestrials who created our civilization, you should read the book by the same name by authors Pincknett and Prince. The Order of the Solar Temple also expected to be reborn near Sirius...

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I've read books by Pincknett and Prince but can't remember what they are. As for the others, people can "say" anything they like but I'm only interested in facts.
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Old 25-08-2009, 05:29 PM   #1047
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A Hint for The Tomb of Mary Magdalene?
Interesting. How do you come to that conclusion.? I've read somewhere that it was intended as a secret reference to the Virgin Mary, Jesus and Catholic belief at a time when it was illegal to practice Catholicism.
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The Templar Revelation by Pincknett and Prince: Pincknett and Prince wrote a book about the Shroud of Turin, that Leonardo da Vinci created the Shroud in the 1500s and put his face on it.
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.............and put his face on it.
Apparently, according to a recent theory, using the "camera obscura" technique. A very clever man.

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The Templar Revelation by Pincknett and Prince: Pincknett and Prince wrote a book about the Shroud of Turin, that Leonardo da Vinci created the Shroud in the 1500s and put his face on it.
I think I've got Templar Revelation on my shelf and I read the Shroud of Turin from the library. I can quite believe Leonardo did it. As Keystone says "a very clever man" and one who liked a bit of a laugh I shouldn't wonder.
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He was Head of the Priory of Sion too .
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He was Head of the Priory of Sion too .
How so?

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He could do medical researches that 'common' doctors couldn't...

as some of his pictorial representations of the body explain .
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He could do medical researches that 'common' doctors couldn't...

as some of his pictorial representations of the body explain .
Yes indeed.

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do you know almost any us president were into some masonic order ??
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do you know almost any us president were into some masonic order ??
14 is almost any? Clicky

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George Washington, 1st President, 1789 - 1797, Commanding General during American Revolution, made a Mason August 4, 1753, in Fredericksburg Lodge (now No. 4), A. F. & A. M., Fredericksburg, Virginia.


George Washington Mason and US President : the latter comes after the former .


1785 - President George Washington, in a letter written to the Reverend G. W. Snyder: "Reverend, Sir, it was not my intention to doubt that the doctrine of the Illuminati - the principles of Jacobinism - had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more satisfied of this fact than I am." Shortly before he died, President Washington was well aware that the Adam Weishaupt radical brand of Freemasonry, the Illuminati, had spread its poison to America.

"It doesn't matter who the people voted for; they always vote for us".

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Shortly before he died, President Washington was well aware that the Adam Weishaupt radical brand of Freemasonry, the Illuminati, had spread its poison to America.
Got a reference for that? According to the letter you just quoted, Washington said that the Illuminati had *not* spread to the USA.

Regardless, Washington knew practically nothing about the Illuminati. His only information came from a book of misinformation by Jesuit John Robison called "Proofs of a Conspiracy".

Thomas Jefferson was way more educated on the subject, and therefore defended the Illuminati:


As Weishaupt lived under the tyranny of a despot and priests, he knew that caution was necessary even in spreading information, and the principles of pure morality. This has given an air of mystery to his views, was the foundation of his banishment.... If Weishaupt had written here, where no secrecy is necessary in our endeavors to render men wise and virtuous, he would not have thought of any secret machinery for that purpose.
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The horse with fishes tail is a Hippocamp.

"The mythic hippocamp has been used as a heraldic charge, particularly since the Renaissance, most often in the armorial bearings of people and places with maritime associations
heraldry = heredity = BLOOD LINES


British Coat of Arms on the left and the Scottish Coat of Arms on the right.

The Lion and the Unicorn on the Scottish Coat of Arms appears as the reverse or a mirror image?
I would expect the English and Scottish to appear as opposites or OPPOSED.
So would Leonardo da Vinci who practiced mirror writing.
A clue to solving the mysteries is the MIRROR.

Is the mirror used in physics to illustrate and explain xyz reflections and rotations?
YES

Any Coat of Arms containing the Lion and the Horse/Unicorn are suggesting the Sun and the Moon.

The color yellow/gold = SUN and the color white/silver = MOON.

i.e.
lion = sun
unicorn/horse = moon




Similar fishy tail found on the Mi5 logo.


Note the 3 GATES and the many 5-pointed stars/shapes/flowers.
The 3 Gates are a valuable clue to finding your way out of the prison planet...
http://kachina2012.wordpress.com/200...ality-paradox/
http://kachina2012.wordpress.com/200...n-pagan-nazis/


Goseck Ruins

German Woodhenge from 4500 BC.
3 Gates or 4?


3 Soul Gates
http://kachina2012.wordpress.com/200...h-stood-still/



Pope Benedict Coat of Arms


In the papal coat of arms...the GOLD and SILVER KEYS represent the SUN and the MOON.
Nothing new and really important is being invented under the SUN and the MOON folks.

THEY only like to re-invent the WHEEL that has become the treadmill, that keep the herd of sheeple on the moove 24/7/365.

What's the 'herd' and the 'roundup' got to do with it?
hahaha
Ask Monsanto.

On the day of judgement...the Sheeple are supposed to line up on the right and sacrificial goats on the left?

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Crowley was born Edward Alexander Crowley on 12 October 1875 in Leamington, Warwickshire, the son of prosperous Plymouth Brethren parents. He was educated privately, at schools run by the Plymouth Brethren, and finally at Tonbridge, to matriculate at Trinity College, Cambridge in the autumn term of 1895. Here he was first able to step free of his family and their narrow intellectual atmosphere which forbade virtually all literature. After reflecting on the limits of mortality and human endeavour, in a search for a method to explore the spiritual world, Crowley took up the study of medieval Magic, starting with The Book of Black Magic and of Facts (1898) of A. E. Waite. Crowley, intrigued by Waite’s hinting that 'he knew of a Hidden Church withdrawn from the world in whose sanctuaries were preserved the mysteries of initiation,' wrote the author in the spring of 1898, asking for an introduction; Waite (who was not yet a mason) replied with the suggestion that Crowley read The Cloud upon the Sanctuary of Karl von Eckartshausen, an early 19th century devotional text of 'Rosicrucian' mysticism, which he studied assiduously over the Easter vacation of 1898. A chance meeting in Switzerland later that year brought Crowley into contact with the 'Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn', the fin-de-siècle’s most influential English esoteric society.
Crowley’s initiation into the grade of Neophyte of the Golden Dawn took place in the [second] Mark Mason’s Hall, Great Queen Street, on 26 November 1898.
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