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Old 18-10-2011, 10:44 PM   #61
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The pentagram is consequently associated with initiation, as it is in masonic iconography...



Freemasonry has traditionally been associated with Pythagoras, and among Pythagoreans, the pentagram was a symbol of health and knowledge



Berenguer was born in San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, while that island nation was still a Spanish province...


Born Istanbul Turkey...



1953...Samuel Beckett's play Waiting For Godot has its first public stage première in French as En attendant Godot at the Théâtre de Babylone in Paris.

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Freemasonry is concerned with the super science of the sun,sun worship

Constellation Cancer The KEYSTONE in the Freemason Royal Arch is 69...



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The word Jew is, likewise, a Gaelic term. It did not refer to a racial group per se. It referred to any man or woman who rose up to study the great mysteries in order to attain spiritual perfection. It referred to those who shone like the sun, morally and spiritually, and to those who lived in harmony with nature. Its origin is the Gaelic Ibur, meaning "Yew Tree," or Iuh or Iudach (later Yudah or Judah) meaning "the "bright," or "the shining," or "the daylight." It referred to those awakened ones, the devotees of the stars. This is where we get the word "Judge." Thus, the original "Judites" were nothing less than the awakened ones who revered the twelve signs of the zodiac. They were the astrologers of Ireland and Egypt.

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Old 18-10-2011, 11:55 PM   #62
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The Red Cap of the Gnome and the Pixy is the pointed cap associated with witchcraft and shamanism, examples of it can be found in Babylonian stone bas-relief depictions of the gods, in burial sites in Takla Makan and elsewhere in the Celtic world. In relation to the Gnome or the Pixy, this headdress is of Phrygian origin, where it was once worn with the point folded towards the front of the head. A portrait of Liberty leading the French Revolution depicts her wearing this same Phrygian Cap.




Hugo Chávez was born on 28 July 1954 in the home of his paternal grandmother Rosa Inéz Chávez (d. 1982), a three-room mud hut located in the rural village of Sabaneta, Barinas State. The Chávez family were of mixed Amerindian, Afro-Venezuelan, and Spanish descent. His parents, Hugo de los Reyes Chávez and Elena Frías de Chávez, were working-lower middle class schoolteachers who lived in the small village of Los Rastrojos, and prior to Hugo's birth they had already had one son, Adán Chávez and following Hugo's birth would go on to have five more, although one of them, Enzo, died aged six months old...





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I had several conversations with a satanic freemason/black magician who told me that in order to become a high ranking mason, training with Dugpas/Dukpas was the last step to becoming fully Illuminated. This makes perfect sense to me. The symbolic red cap well known in freemasonry and the Dugpas who are well versed black magicians/sorcerers wear the very same red cap. I don't think it is a coincidence.

I found this excerpt which more or less sums em up....

In the East, they are known as the “Brothers of the Shadow,” living men possessed by the earth-bound elementaries; at times—their masters, but ever in the long run falling victims to these terrible beings. In Sikkim and Tibet they are called Dug-pas (red-caps), in contra-distinction to the Geluk-pas (yellow-caps), to which latter most of the adepts belong. And here we must beg the reader not to misunderstand us. For though the whole of Bhûtan and Sikkim belongs to the old religion of the Bhons, now known generally as the Dug-pas, we do not mean to have it understood that the whole of the population is possessed, en masse, or that they are all sorcerers. Among them are found as good men as anywhere else, and we speak above only of the élite of their Lamaseries, of a nucleus of priests, "devil-dancers," and fetish worshippers, whose dreadful and mysterious rites are utterly unknown to the greater part of the population. (Blavatsky Collected Writings, vol. 6, pp. 197-198)

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Old 19-10-2011, 12:01 AM   #63
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"The Church has not gotten out of the tangled knot of original sin because there is nowhere to go but preexistence". - Reincarnation: The Missing Link In Christianity by Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Not off to good start by citing Prophet. A plagiarist of the lowest order. Plagaraizing Godfre Ray King, Lotus Ray King, and the "I AM movement" which rose to prominence in the 1930's

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As a being of sense man wants his life to "make sense", reincarnation being the most juvenile attempt. Although they called it "reimbodiment" to indicate that there is no transmigration of the "soul" through the vegatable, animal, or mineral.

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Old 19-10-2011, 12:09 AM   #64
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As a being of sense man wants his life to "make sense", reincarnation being the most juvenile attempt.


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Not off to good start by citing Prophet.

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sure, Prophet's rather short-lived profits. or, "Church Universal Triumphant" failed. She took the tube of light, the violet consuming flaming, "reimbodiment", and the "ascended masters", right out of Godfre and Lotus Ray King's "Unveiled Mysteries", "The Magic Presence" as well as "The I AM Discourses".

This supposition of the "soul". Who says? What, an etheric repository of all your deeds that predetermines the course of your next life? Kind of trite isn't it? Oh well, the denial of death is a peculiar phenomenon to me.

"He sees you when you're sleeping, he knows when you're awake. He know's if you've been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake!"

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World War II was the deadliest military conflict in history. Over 60 million people were killed, which was over 2.5% of the world population. The tables below give a detailed country-by-country count of human losses...



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World War II was the deadliest military conflict in history. Over 60 million people were killed, which was over 2.5% of the world population. The tables below give a detailed country-by-country count of human losses...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._by_death_toll
I guess they all had it coming. Just paying off some karmic, past life debts. Reincarnation is the denial of death of which I speak.
He stares into the reflecting pool contemplating his mortality. "I KNOW" he says, 'we reincarnate.....we don't really die. THAT'S IT!!"

It's hard to say what the outcome would have been had the "church" adopted reincarnation as part of its canon. They made the wise choice in choosing the "one shot" approach. It's either a "yay" or a "nay" from the prosecuting attorney. One shot at redemption draws them in with greater tenacity as opposed to the casual, "ah, no problem...if I don't get it right in this life...there's always thousands more..."

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Murdering each other...and some just cold blooded murder...



THE WHEEL OF SUFFERING...

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During his life Vlad wrote his name in Latin documents as Wladislaus Dragwlya, vaivoda partium Transalpinarum (1475)...

Vlad's moniker of Țepeș ("Impaler") identifies his favourite method of execution. It was attached to his name posthumously, in ca. 1550...



Vlad was later released under probation and taken to be educated in logic, the Quran and the Turkish and Persian languages and works of literature. He would speak these languages fluently in his later years. He and his brother were also trained in warfare and riding horses. The boys' father, Vlad Dracul, was awarded the support of the Ottomans and returned to Wallachia and took back his throne from Basarab II and some unfaithful Boyars...


Prince Charles Is Of the Same Bloodline As Vlad the Impaler, a.k.a. Dracula...


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Mein Kampf, the book Hitler wrote in prison before he rose to power in 1933, has become a bestseller in Turkey, provoking consternation.


The dreams of creating a master race are being snapped up by young Turks. Its publishers believe that more than 100,000 copies have been sold in the past two months...


Ravensbrück Concentration Camp...Ravensbrück was a women's concentration camp just 2 hours North of Berlin. Over 90,000 women died in this camp. Among the thousands of women, Corrie and Betsie ten Boom attended this concentration camp.


The Baghdad Central Prison, formerly known as Abu Ghraib prison (Arabic: سجن أبو غريب‎ Sijn Abu Ghuraib; also Abu Ghurayb, meaning 'father of the raven' or 'Place of Ravens'...

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Due to his own original special nature, the Jew cannot possess a religious institution, if for no other reason because he lacks idealism in any form, and hence belief in a hereafter is absolutely foreign to him.

And a religion in the Aryan sense cannot be imagined which lacks the conviction of survival after death in some form.

Indeed, the Talmud is not a book to prepare a man for the hereafter, but only for a practical and profitable life in this world.
-Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)

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Furher Adolph Hitler (died 4/30/1945) was reincarnated as George Bush Jr. (born 7/6/1946 [see Matthew 7:6]). Everybody knows this by now, right? Bush Jr. was/is the "2nd Beast" of The Revelation Chapter 13. Everybody knows this too, right?!
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I do not believe in reincarnation.
psquared,

You'll get a better reaction it you say, "I don't believe in reincarnation and I didn't believe in it in my last life."

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Furher Adolph Hitler (died 4/30/1945) was reincarnated as George Bush Jr. (born 7/6/1946 [see Matthew 7:6]). Everybody knows this by now, right? Bush Jr. was/is the "2nd Beast" of The Revelation Chapter 13. Everybody knows this too, right?!
Johannes "Hans" Wilhelm "Gengar" Geiger (September 30, 1882 – September 24, 1945) was a German physicist. He is perhaps best known as the co-inventor of the Geiger counter and for the Geiger-Marsden experiment which discovered the Atomic nucleus. Geiger was born at Neustadt-an-der-Haardt, Germany. He was one of five children born to the Indologist Wilhelm Ludwig Geiger, who was professor at the University of Erlangen...

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A Geiger counter, also called a Geiger–Müller counter, is a type of particle detector that measures ionizing radiation. They detect the emission of nuclear radiation: alpha particles, beta particles or gamma rays...He was a member of the Uranium Club, which was working on a nuclear reactor for Nazi Germany.



The German nuclear energy project in Nazi Germany, informally known as the Uranverein (Uranium Club), began in April 1939, just months after the discovery of nuclear fission in January 1939. The first effort ended in months, but the second effort began under the auspices of the German Army Ordnance Office on the day World War II began, 1 September 1939. The program eventually expanded into the following main efforts: the Uranmaschine (nuclear reactor), uranium and heavy water production, and uranium isotope separation. The zenith of the effort came when it was realized that nuclear fission would not contribute significantly to ending the war. In January 1942, the Army Ordnance Office turned the program over to the Reich Research Council, but continued to fund the program. At this time, the program split up between nine major institutes where the directors dominated the research and set their own objectives. At that time, the number of scientists working on applied nuclear fission began to diminish, with many applying their talents to more pressing war-time demands.



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Son of the late CIA director William Colby, Carl Colby met Bob Marley backstage, at a concert in Kingston Jamaica in 1976. He gave Bob a pair of boots as a gift. When Marley tried the boots on, he screamed in pain. Apparently a sharp piece of cooper protruding through the upper sole, stuck him in his big toe. Five months later, while playing soccer, he hurt the same toe and the nail came off. By the end of 1977, the cancer would begin to spread throughout his body and it eventually would claim his life in 1981.

His former "Wailer" band mate, Peter Tosh, was gunned down at his Jamaican home, later in 1986, in a so-called robbery. While Tosh's wife was critically wounded, two of his band members died alongside him that night. Oddly though, nothing was stolen. Two of the three gunmen got away. The lone captured is serving a life sentence for his part and to this day will not speak about the murder...

Issels opened his Ringberg Clinic in Bavaria in 1951. As the clinic achieved greater fame, patients from around the world began to seek his treatment. However, other doctors did not appreciate his practice, specifically the Bavarian Medical Council, which charged Issels with fraud and manslaughter.

Later, during the Second World War, Issels reportedly petitioned to resign his membership in the Nazi Party when he was ordered to stop treating Jewish patients...A review of Issels' claims by the American Cancer Society concluded that there was no evidence that treatment with Issels Combination Therapy or any related treatments were effective against cancer...

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Britain's Prince Philip has been branded the 'First Lady of Britain'.

Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony, attempted to explain the role of Queen Elizabeth's husband during an appearance on America's 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'.

When asked if being Prime Minister's wife is similar to that of the wife of the US President, Cherie replied: "It's different because actually the First Lady is the wife of the head of state.

"So on that basis the spouse of our head of state is actually Prince Philip. So I suppose you could say Prince Philip is really the First Lady of Britain."

During the interview, Cherie - who appeared on the chat show to promote her book 'Speaking For Myself' - revealed her fourth child, Leo, 8, was conceived at the Queen's Balmoral residence, after she left her contraception at home because she was embarrassed a maid might find it.

She said: "I thought, 'I'm 44', so some things I left out of that bag. And of course God was obviously laughing at me because nine months later along came Leo."

Cherie, 54, also praised the queen for being "very kind".

She added: "The Queen is an amazing person. Whenever I talk about the queen I always think of the word 'service'.


"I mean, she has devoted her whole life to the country and she was very, very kind to Tony and I.



It was quite strange for me, a girl from Liverpool, to actually meet the queen."

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Extracted from Transform Your Life by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.


Many people believe that when the body disintegrates at death, the continuum of the mind ceases and the mind becomes non-existent, like a candle flame going out when all the wax has burned.

There are even some people who contemplate committing suicide in the hope that if they die their problems and sufferings will come to an end. These ideas, however, are completely wrong.

As already explained, our body and mind are separate entities, and so even though the body disintegrates at death, the continuum of the mind remains unbroken. Instead of ceasing, the mind simply leaves the present body and goes to the next life.

For ordinary beings, therefore, rather than releasing us from suffering, death only brings new sufferings. Not understanding this, many people destroy their precious human life by committing suicide.

We can gain an understanding of past and future lives by examining the process of sleeping, dreaming, and waking, because this closely resembles the process of death, intermediate state, and rebirth.



When we fall asleep, our gross inner winds gather and dissolve inwards, and our mind becomes progressively more and more subtle until it transforms into the very subtle mind of the clear light of sleep. While the clear light of sleep is manifest, we experience deep sleep, and to others we resemble a dead person. When it ends, our mind becomes gradually more and more gross and we pass through the various levels of the dream state. Finally, our normal powers of memory and mental control are restored and we wake up. When this happens, our dream world disappears and we perceive the world of the waking state.

A very similar process occurs when we die. As we die, our inner winds dissolve inwards and our mind becomes progressively more and more subtle until the very subtle mind of the clear light of death becomes manifest. The experience of the clear light of death is very similar to the experience of deep sleep.

After the clear light of death has ceased, we experience the stages of the intermediate state, or ‘bardo’ in Tibetan, which is a dream-like state that occurs between death and rebirth. After a few days or weeks, the intermediate state ends and we take rebirth. Just as when we wake from sleep, the dream world disappears and we perceive the world of the waking state, so, when we take rebirth, the appearances of the intermediate state cease and we perceive the world of our next life.

The only significant difference between the process of sleeping, dreaming, and waking and the process of death, intermediate state, and rebirth is that after the clear light of sleep has ceased, the relationship between our mind and our present body remains intact, whereas after the clear light of death this relationship is broken.

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