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Old 18-12-2011, 04:26 AM   #221
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Lightbulb The Fortingall Yew

The Fortingall Yew is an ancient yew (Taxus baccata) in the churchyard of the village of Fortingall in Perthshire, Scotland. Various estimates have put its age at between 2,000 and 5,000 years; recent research into yew tree ages suggests that it is likely to be nearer the lower limit of 2,000 years. This still makes it the oldest known tree in Europe, although the root system of the Norway spruce "Old Tjikko" in Sweden is older

According to local legend, Pontius Pilate was born in its shade and played there as a child. This is considered unlikely as North Britain was not part of the Roman Empire at that time.
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Pontius Pilate lived from around 20BC until some time after AD36. He was the Prefect of the Roman province of Judaea from AD26 to AD36, and is best remembered as the judge at the trial of Jesus Christ in AD33, and the man who subsequently ordered his crucifixion...

There has long been a story that Pontius Pilate was actually born at Fortingall in Perthshire, also known as home to an ancient yew tree that could be as much as 5,000 years old (and, if so, is probably the oldest living thing on Earth). At first sight the story of Pilate's birth here looks unlikely. The Romans arrived in southern Britain in 55BC, but only briefly. They returned to invade what is now England in AD43, and only invaded Scotland for the first time in AD80, reaching the area including Perthshire in about AD83. Against this background, how could a Roman have been born here in, roughly, the decade either side of 20BC, which seems necessary to have allowed him to become Prefect of Judaea in AD26?

The story of Pilate's Scottish origins was set out most fully in an article published in the New York Times on 15 January 1899. It seems that between the Romans' first incursion into Britain and their later invasion, Ceasar Augustus dispatched envoys to establish diplomatic relations with some of the important British and Caledonian chieftains. These included a Caledonian chieftain called Metellanus, whose stronghold was at the head of Glen Lyon. A member of the Roman delegation to Metellanus's tribe fathered a child with a Caledonian woman, and this child subsequently returned to Rome with his father (and, possibly, his mother), and was brought up as Pontius Pilate.

As there appears to be no clear record of the circumstances of Pilate's parentage or birth, this story seems at least as likely as alternatives that would have him born in Tarragona in Spain or Forchheim in Germany. And if he was born in Fortingall, that would make him only the first of very many Scots who throughout history have travelled abroad to achieve high office serving in other people's empires.

http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.u...iuspilate.html

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Old 18-12-2011, 04:44 AM   #222
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Taw, Tav or Taf is the twenty-second and last letter in many Semitic abjads, including Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew Tav ת and Arabic alphabet Tāʾ ﺕ. Its original sound value is a voiceless alveolar plosive, IPA: [t],

The Phoenician letter gave rise to the Greek Tau (Τ), Latin T, and Cyrillic Te (Т).

“The pictographic sign for the Twelfth Planet, the “Planet of the Crossing”, was a cross. This cuneiform sign, which also meant “Anu” and “divine”, evolved in the Semitic languages to the letter tav, which meant “the sign”.

Tav: Impression - The Seal of Creation...

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Old 18-12-2011, 04:55 AM   #223
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The Was ("power") sceptre is a symbol that appeared often in relics, art and hieroglyphics associated with the Ancient Egyptian religion. They appear as long, straight staffs, with a stylized animal head on top and a forked end.

A was staff, carried by the god Set, in the tomb of Thutmose III.

Was scepters were used as symbols of power or dominion, and were associated with the gods (such as Set or Anubis as well as with the pharaoh. Was scepters also represent the typhonic or Set-animal (the mascot of the Egyptian god Set). In later use, it was a symbol of control over the force of chaos that Set represented.

In a funerary context the was-sceptre was responsible for the well-being of the deceased, and was thus sometimes included in the tomb equipment or in the decoration of the tomb or coffin. The sceptre is also considered an amulet. The Egyptians perceived the sky as being supported on four pillars, which could have the shape of was-sceptres. The 'was'-sceptre is also the symbol of the fourth Upper Egyptian nome, the nome of Thebes (called 'Waset' in Egyptian).

Was scepters were depicted as being carried by gods, pharaohs, and priests. They commonly occur in paintings, drawings, and carvings of gods, and often parallel with emblems such as the ankh-sign and the djed-pillar.

Remnants of real Was scepters have been found, constructed of faience or wood, where the head and forked tail of the Set-animal are visible, with the earliest examples dating back to the times of the first dynasty.



The Was (w3s) is also the Egyptian hieroglyphic character that stands for a word meaning power.

Hani is a minor god in Akkadian mythology, one of the attendants of the storm-god Adad.

Haddad (Ugaritic Haddu) was a northwest Semitic storm and rain god, cognate in name and origin with the Akkadian god Adad. Hadad was often called simply Ba‘al (Lord), but this title was also used for other gods. Hadad was equated with the Anatolian storm-god Teshub, the Egyptian god Set, the Greek god Zeus, and the Roman god Jupiter.

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Old 19-12-2011, 01:50 AM   #224
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Lightbulb Classical Sanskrit

For nearly 2,000 years, a cultural order existed that exerted influence across South Asia, Inner Asia, Southeast Asia, and to a certain extent, East Asia. A significant form of post-Vedic Sanskrit is found in the Sanskrit of the Hindu Epics—the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The deviations from Pāṇini in the epics are generally considered to be on account of interference from Prakrits, or "innovations" and not because they are pre-Paninean. Traditional Sanskrit scholars call such deviations ārṣa (आर्ष), meaning 'of the ṛṣis', the traditional title for the ancient authors. In some contexts, there are also more "prakritisms" (borrowings from common speech) than in Classical Sanskrit proper. Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit is a literary language heavily influenced by Middle Indic, based on early Buddhist prakrit texts which subsequently assimilated to the Classical Sanskrit standard in varying degrees.

Sir William Jones, speaking to the Asiatic Society in Calcutta (now Kolkata) on February 2, 1786, said:

The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of a wonderful structure; more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refined than either, yet bearing to both of them a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs and in the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong, indeed, that no philologer could examine them all three, without believing them to have sprung from some common source, which, perhaps, no longer exists.

'सत्यमेव जयते' Satyameva Jayate "Truth alone triumphs"


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Old 20-12-2011, 01:27 AM   #225
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Aghoris base their beliefs on two principles, that Shiva is perfect and that Shiva is responsible for everything. Shiva is thought to be responsible for every rock, tree, animal, and thought. Consequently, everything that exists must be perfect, and to deny the perfection of anything would be to deny the sacredness of all life in its full manifestation, as well as deny God/Goddess and the demigods' perfection...


The Aghoris distinguish themselves from other Hindu sects and priests by their alcoholic and cannibalistic rituals (see necro-cannibalism). The corpses, which may be either pulled from a river (such as the Ganges) or obtained from cremation grounds, are consumed both raw and cooked on open flame, as the Aghoris believe that what others consider a "dead man" is, in fact, nothing but natural matter devoid of the life force it once contained. Therefore while for ordinary people cannibalism may be seen as primitive, barbaric and unclean, for Aghoris it is both a spiritual resource and a subversion of taboos. In the Aghori view, nothing is profane nor separate from God, who is hailed to be all and in all. In fact, the Aghoris see it as a scientific approach in trying to discover how matter converts from one form to another...

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Old 20-12-2011, 03:44 AM   #226
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The word Navaratri literally means nine nights in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights.The beginning of spring and the beginning of autumn are two very important junctions of climatic and solar influence. These two periods are taken as sacred opportunities for the worship of the Divine Mother. The dates of the festival are determined according to the lunar calendar...Vasanta Navaratri: Basanta Navrathri, also known as Vasant Navratras, is the festival of nine days dedicated to the nine forms of Shakti (Mother Goddess) in the spring season (March–April). It is also known as Chaitra Navratra. The nine days of festival is also known as Raama Navratri.

A dancer portrays Durga with a Trident...


In Hinduism, Durga (Sanskrit: दुर्गा); meaning "the inaccessible" or "the invincible"; Bengali: দুর্গা, durga) or Maa Durga (Bengali: মা দুর্গা, meaning "Mother Durga") "one who can redeem in situations of utmost distress" is a form of Devi, the supremely radiant goddess, depicted as having eighteen arms, riding a lion or a tiger, carrying weapons and a lotus flower, maintaining a meditative smile, and practicing mudras, or symbolic hand gestures. The name is made of Sanskrit dur- = "with difficulty" (compare Greek δυσ- (dys-)) and gā ("come", "go").For Shaktas the eternal virgin Durga is Adi Shakti (the original power) , Adi Maya(the original illusion caster) and the material manifestation of the Brahman (Supreme Absolute Godhead)

According to a narrative in the Devi Mahatmya story of the Markandeya Purana text, Durga was created as a warrior goddess to fight an asura (an inhuman force/demon) named Mahishasura... He had unleashed a reign of terror on earth, heaven and the nether worlds, and he could not be defeated by any man or god, anywhere...It is said that upon initially encountering Durga, Mahishasura underestimated her, thinking: "How can a woman kill me, Mahishasur—the one who has defeated the trinity of gods?". However, Durga roared with laughter, which caused an earthquake which made Mahishasur aware of her powers...

Uttara Kannada District, Karnataka, India - Temple dates back to more than 2000 years...




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Old 20-12-2011, 03:51 AM   #227
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It would make a cool name.

"Sabachthani...Eli Sabachthani"

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Old 20-12-2011, 04:29 AM   #228
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It would make a cool name.

"Sabachthani...Eli Sabachthani"
http://youtu.be/4-t_BMdBPrM

Around the ninth hour... Jesus shouted in a loud voice, saying "Eli Eli lama sabachthani...

http://forum.davidicke.com/showthrea...=190677&page=9

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Old 21-12-2011, 11:33 PM   #229
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In India, variations of the kāṣāya robe distinguished different types of monastics... These represented the different schools that they belonged to, and their robes ranged widely from red and ochre, to blue and black...
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Lightbulb The Buddha's Robe

A monk of the Tibetan Karma Kagyu tradition adjusts his zhen, part of his robe that is wrapped around his upper body...



Red and maroon came to a be traditional monk robe colours...The zhen, the maroon "everyday" shawl, often is draped to leave the right arm bare in the style of a kashaya robe...
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:42 AM   #232
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The blood.. The power ....
Azazel.
All a manifestation of the tree of knowledge.
9 is luciifer and the goddess. also the lotus..
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These where the final words before Jesus died and give up the ghost.

Its all symbolic the death is that of the ego, the ghost is the ego.

So 'father why hast tho forsaken me' is the final initiation that everyone will experience before total ego death.

You will be guided throughout your life, but at that point you feel utterly alone, then use the moment of that guidance throughout your life to have the courage to make that final decision
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The Gelug or Gelug-pa (or dGe Lugs Pa, dge-lugs-pa, or Dgelugspa), also known as the Yellow Hat sect, is a school of Buddhism founded by Je Tsongkhapa (1357–1419), a philosopher and Tibetan religious leader...The Sakya school is one of four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism, the others being the Nyingma, Kagyu, and Gelug. It is one of the Red Hat sects along with the Nyingma and Kagyu.



Roman helmets, galea or cassis, varied greatly in form. One of the earliest types was the Montefortino helmet used by the Republic armies up to the 1st century BC....This was replaced directly by the Coolus helmet, which "raised the neck peak to eye level and set a sturdy frontal peak to the brow of the helmet".






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Some historical linguists presume that all languages go back to a single common ancestor. Therefore, a pair of words whose earlier forms are distinct, yet similar, as far back as they have been traced, could in theory have come from a common root in an even earlier language, making them real cognates.



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Old 20-03-2012, 11:37 PM   #237
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Aghoris base their beliefs on two principles, that Shiva is perfect and that Shiva is responsible for everything. Shiva is thought to be responsible for every rock, tree, animal, and thought. Consequently, everything that exists must be perfect, and to deny the perfection of anything would be to deny the sacredness of all life in its full manifestation, as well as deny God/Goddess and the demigods' perfection...

Aghori 3/6 - YouTube
http://youtu.be/u_rJu_20Aps

The Aghoris distinguish themselves from other Hindu sects and priests by their alcoholic and cannibalistic rituals (see necro-cannibalism). The corpses, which may be either pulled from a river (such as the Ganges) or obtained from cremation grounds, are consumed both raw and cooked on open flame, as the Aghoris believe that what others consider a "dead man" is, in fact, nothing but natural matter devoid of the life force it once contained. Therefore while for ordinary people cannibalism may be seen as primitive, barbaric and unclean, for Aghoris it is both a spiritual resource and a subversion of taboos. In the Aghori view, nothing is profane nor separate from God, who is hailed to be all and in all. In fact, the Aghoris see it as a scientific approach in trying to discover how matter converts from one form to another...
Is that an Aghori? Or a dead man they pulled out of the river to eat?
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Old 20-03-2012, 11:40 PM   #238
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These where the final words before Jesus died and give up the ghost.

Its all symbolic the death is that of the ego, the ghost is the ego.

So 'father why hast tho forsaken me' is the final initiation that everyone will experience before total ego death.

You will be guided throughout your life, but at that point you feel utterly alone, then use the moment of that guidance throughout your life to have the courage to make that final decision
Interesting point Danster - you made me think.
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Is that an Aghori? Or a dead man they pulled out of the river to eat?

The corpses, which may be either pulled from a river (such as the Ganges) or obtained from cremation grounds, are consumed both raw and cooked on open flame, as the Aghoris believe that what others consider a "dead man" is, in fact, nothing but natural matter devoid of the life force it once contained.
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The Sakyan and the Koliyans were both khattiyas(Kshatriya) of the Adicca (Iksvaku) clan of the solar dynasty. There was no other royal khattiya family equal to them in the region, and therefore, members of the royal families of these two republics married only among themselves. Both clans were very proud of the purity of their royal blood and had practised this tradition of inter-marriage since ancient times.
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