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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #40 on: August 04, 2011, 02:45:13 PM »
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« Reply #41 on: August 04, 2011, 03:42:42 PM »
Well, I've believed since 2002 that fallen angels will eventually reveal themselves on earth, masquerade as extraterrestrial aliens, and convince most of humanity that they cloned us from their DNA in ancient times.  Whether or not one believes in the Bible or fallen angels, we can clearly see that this idea has been firmly implanted into the global consciousness.

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #42 on: November 27, 2011, 11:20:59 AM »
Going Etheric/Michael Wynn has posted a great video series detailing the many, many instances of the "all seeing eye" in film and culture...


The first few minutes of the first video is filled with clips from movies you have seen, but maybe didn't notice the eye looking at you...

You are being indoctrinated.  There is a religion behind this programming.  There are more of us carrying their symbols on our person than Christians wearing crosses...

You know the enemy at least! Christians in the 1st century had to deal with the Roman and Greek pantheon plus whatever witchcraft etc. was popular in Judea.
LOL. Paul had to write new Bible verses to deal with it, heh.  :)

underneath it all, Christianity is supposed to be about seeking forgiveness from God and man and harmony with nature.
The sun/science cult seeks to put nature above man and God alike, making it our common enemy.

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #43 on: December 14, 2011, 05:12:36 PM »
"Whatever it is, I am against it."  -Groucho Marx

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #44 on: December 14, 2011, 08:53:01 PM »
St. Paul's Cathedral, London...

Excellent;... St. Paul's was rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the Great fire of 1666 (1+666?)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Christopher_Wren

Wren's apprentice was Nicholas Hawksmoor:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicholas_Hawksmoor
Nicholas Hawksmoor (probably 1661 – 25 March 1736) was a British architect born in Nottinghamshire, probably in East Drayton.
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It was probably 1678 or 1679 when Hawksmoor joined Wren. He was probably unpaid at first. His first official post was as Deputy Surveyor to Wren at the Royal Hospital Chelsea form 1683 until February 1685.[4] Hawksmoor's signature appears on a brickmaker's contract for Winchester Palace in November 1684.
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From about 1684 to about 1700, Hawksmoor worked with Christopher Wren on projects including Chelsea Hospital, St. Paul's Cathedral, Hampton Court Palace and Greenwich Hospital. Thanks to Wren's influence as Surveyor-General, Hawksmoor was named Clerk of the Works at Kensington Palace (1689) and Deputy Surveyor of Works at Greenwich (1705).
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In 1713, Hawksmoor was commissioned to complete King's College, Cambridge
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But the college that had invested heavily in the South Sea Company (the slave trade/sugar plantations) lost their money when the 'bubble' burst in 1720. The result was that Hawksmoor's scheme would never be executed,...

But here's the point:

Hawksmoor is the subject of a poem by Iain Sinclair called 'Nicholas Hawksmoor: His Churches' which appeared in Sinclair's collection of poems Lud Heat (1975).

Sinclair argued that Hawksmoor's churches formed a pattern consistent with the forms of Theistic Satanism.

This idea was developed by Peter Ackroyd. In his novel Hawksmoor (1985) the historical Hawksmoor is refigured as the fictional Devil-worshiper Nicholas Dyer, while the eponymous Hawksmoor is a twentieth-century detective charged with investigating a series of murders perpertrated on Dyer's (Hawksmoor's) churches.

Both Sinclair and Ackroyd's ideas in turn were further developed by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell in their graphic novel, From Hell, which speculated that Jack the Ripper used Hawksmoor's buildings as part of ritual magic, with his victims as human sacrifice.

In the appendix, Moore revealed that he had met and spoke with Sinclair on numerous occasions while developing the core ideas of the book.

The argument includes the idea that the locations of the churches form a pentagram with ritual significance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theistic_Satanism
Theistic Satanism, sometimes referred to as Traditional Satanism, Spiritual Satanism or Devil Worship, is a form of Satanism with the primary belief that Satan is an actual deity or force to revere or worship.[1][2] Other characteristics of Theistic Satanism may include a belief in magic, which is manipulated through ritual

http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/occult+fiction
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If you take a map of London and mark out the six churches and two obelisks you can comfortably draw an ‘Eye of Horus’ by joining up the dots.

The name ‘Hawks - moor’ the hawk being the bird of Horus and the term ‘moor’ being the old fashioned name for one of north African (Berber), or Middle Eastern background.

Horus is the child of Osiris (fertility), and Isis (magic) and his eyes represent both sun and moon. Both orbs are connected with the death-rebirth motif.

http://www.forteantimes.com/features/articles/2350/city_of_symbols.html
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THE DEVIL'S ARCHITECT
 Christopher Wren is remembered as the chief architect of modern London, but his assistant Nicholas Hawksmoor towers above him in occult circles thanks to his 12 churches built in accordance with the 1711 Act. These made a break from the trad­itional Gothic style and introduced a new and alien geometric vocabulary of obelisks, pyramids and cubes. His supposedly morbid interest in pagan cultures and pre-Christian worship have helped darken his reputation.

Hawksmoor’s churches are based on a layout of intersecting axes and rectangles, which he described as being based on the “rules of the Ancients”. His work borrows from Egypt, Greece and Rome – all revered by the Freemasons – and often in a grand manner. The nave of St George’s Bloomsbury church is a perfect cube, with a tower in the shape of a pyramid. Seven of the keystones are decorated with flames, the eighth bears the Hebrew name of God inside a triangular plaque surrounded by a sunburst; the symbolism of this is obscure.

Hawksmoor’s St Mary Woolnoth is based on the idea of a cube within a cube. This has represented the squaring of the circle from ancient times, which takes us back to the ideal proportions of Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man… and, of course, the Freemasons. [2]

But it is the alignment of Hawksmoor’s churches as much as their architecture that has provoked speculation, starting with the writer Iain Sinclair’s book-length prose-poem Lud Heat in 1975. This describes how Hawksmoor’s churches form regular triangles and pentacles, and “guard, mark or rest upon” the city’s sources of occult power.

Sinclair even provides maps to prove the alignments, which are a clear sign of Hawksmoor’s true Satanic affiliation.

Sinclair was the first to connect Hawksmoor’s churches with some of the most shocking crimes in London’s history – the now largely forgotten Ratcliffe Highway murders of 1811 and Jack the Ripper’s killing spree in 1888. Sinclair suggests that the malign influence of Christ Church, Spitalfields, is so great that it attracts dark acts of violence to its vicinity.

Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #45 on: December 16, 2011, 04:47:55 PM »
CERN is no Joke CC! I am amazed Alex is covering this now??? Omg.   :(


On Tuesday, LHC physicists at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, reported their latest findings in the search for the Higgs, which indicate some preliminary hints that it is being created inside the atom smasher. The particle is thought to be associated with a field that is responsible for giving other particles their mass.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/14/what-should-god-particle-be-renamed-physicists-weigh-in/#ixzz1gjinhmbw
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It interacts somehow with Gravitons or is part of the field that we describe as a graviton.
When Tachyon energy slows down and enters our plane of existence, or light spectrum, apparently it sheds an antiparticle or associated binding/particle/field of some kind which forces both particles to exhibit mass??

They are fighting over the name when they should be worried about its applications to science.
Typical men LOL.

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A new name?

In lieu of such a controversial nickname, many physicists didn't hesitate to offer alternative suggestions for a popular label.

"One possibility is the OOM particle (after the Buddhist chant, that is supposed to take you to Nirvana)," offered Kaku. "OOM for Origin of Mass particle."

Others also focused on the Higgs' role in bestowing mass.

"Why not the 'mass particle?'" suggested Boston University physicist Lawrence Sulak. "Or since it is a bosON, like the photON or the gluON, it could be called the 'masson.' Let your imagination go wild, 'stickyon,'  'inertiaon,' 'weighton.'"

But many physicists expressed their satisfaction with the simple term "Higgs boson," after Peter Higgs, the leader of the group that first theorized the particle in 1964.

"It is all very well for us to bemoan the 'God Particle' and say how much better the 'humongous space kablouie' is than the 'big bang,' but I don't think we will find better words than the 'Higgs boson,'" said CERN physicist William Murray.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/14/what-should-god-particle-be-renamed-physicists-weigh-in/#ixzz1gjjcbN1O


For those who ARE religious, well, if isolating this particle is so hard, then maybe doing so is an affront to nature!
Nature abhors inconsistency and vacuum. God separated light from darkness already.
What if dissecting electricity this way could hurt God, or harm spirits, etc.?

Would anyone notice or care if we were hurting the universe a whole lot with our CERN machines?
Would the universe say something?
We see something and say something, wouldn't It?

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #46 on: December 16, 2011, 05:23:06 PM »
I want a clip of what Alex was saying in the first hour today...

"The New World Order wants to open a portal and release death upon the world..."



The Cross of Hendaye



Mayan Long Count Calendar




CERN Headquarters



CERN Large Hadron Collider



What Should 'God Particle' Be Renamed? Physicists Weigh In
http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/12/14/what-should-god-particle-be-renamed-physicists-weigh-in/







Well we know the U.S. CERN is Brookhaven lab which is involved with the chemtrails.

Pentagram chemtrails? If that's the case it is very creepy



http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/EarthObservatory/Contrail_Web_over_the_Central_Rhone_Valley,Eastern_France.htm

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #47 on: December 19, 2011, 01:47:32 PM »
Holes in Heaven: NASA shuttle!

25 Years of Ionospheric Modification with Space Shuttle OMS Burns
http://ursigass2011.org/abstracts/ursi/HG3-9.pdf

I wonder what kind of fuel and how much they burn that they don't talk about. U.S. Patent 3813875 for example might tie in with that.



That is the patch for sts 93 which to me looks like a hidden 666. It kind of reminds me of the CERN 666 except one of the 6's is the chemtrail from the SIMPLEX payload?.

ETA sorry for the off topicness of the post. It's just petty obvious the chemtrails are part of the sun cult beliefs.

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #48 on: December 21, 2011, 01:24:41 PM »
Hey,

what if the calendar isn't keeping track of the end of the world,
but just an end of an age,

this would be true if every time the calendar runs out, aliens re-visit earth and reset our civilization to their idea of perfection?

LOL! I've had too much Kool Aid lately but interesting theory, eh?
The natives may have been priests for ETs just like the dudes in Fifth Element   :)

Similar storyline iirc

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #49 on: December 21, 2011, 01:37:46 PM »
It's not every day you get to see the "Lord of This World" on the front page of Yahoo!.

That's what the cult who owns the media, believes...they are celebrating a High Holiday, Winter Solstice.
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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #50 on: December 21, 2011, 01:41:06 PM »
It's not every day you get to see the "Lord of This World" on the front page of Yahoo!.

That's what the cult who owns the media, believes...they are celebrating a High Holiday, Winter Solstice.
orly! I must confess, I lost track of the date !

Someone her said Midsummer Night = biggest Mason holiday, does that make Shakespeare one of them?

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #51 on: December 22, 2011, 05:43:57 PM »
lol surely this is a sun cult symbol for the teevee


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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #52 on: December 25, 2011, 03:46:03 AM »
Just a thought on DLR logo. (German NASA)



Two pyramids, one inverted-as above-so below. Of course there is 3 blocks in the middle, Giza anyone?

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Re: The Sun Cult and It's Symbols and Beliefs
« Reply #53 on: January 16, 2012, 02:53:53 PM »
I think 2012 can be summed up as: 1+2+2+1+2+0+1+2=11

11 years after 2001. IE 2012 is the first 11 years of the new millenium. It also is the first solar max cycle of the new millenium (close enough, the solar max will be 2013)

I think the mayans were well aware of the new age.

And is it a coincidence the twin towers were destroyed on 2001 the solar max and the new ONE WTC is set for completion in 2013, the next solar max. Took 4 years to build the twin towers in the late 60's. This 11 year period is purely symbolic to the sun.

This is what the solar max means to the illuminati:



The Gillespie Papers Project has been established as a private www.viewzone.com archive to discuss and evaluate the unpublished papers and notes of Dr. Rollin Gillespie. Dr. Gillespie's unique genius in the understanding of harmonics resulted in numerous inventions and advances in science. In his last work he attempts to describe the sun and planets as being a "multi-body solution to the angular momentum problem" that allows a new look at gravity and electrical attraction. Actual quotes from notes in blue blocks.

The period of revolution of Jupiter is 11.861773 Earth years. The average cycle of sunspots is given as 11.120412 years. During one cycle the zones in which the spots occur begin at high latitudes and end in low latitudes. The magnetic fields of the spots are said to be reversed each cycle. The cycles are erratic in the abundance of spots, and in duration, and sometimes a sequence of cycles vanishes altogether. At times the phase of a cycle is displaced from the end of one cycle to the beginning of the next. However, they do tend to progress gradually in intensity and duration, and then start a new progression. There is abundant evidence that variations in weather, and in such phenomena as auroras and radio transmission, are correlated with sunspot activity. There is some reason to believe that the electrical activity of the human brain can be modulated by sunspot activity. It may be that terrestrial phenomena are not so much influenced by sunspots themselves, as by other types of solar activity associated with sunspot cycles.However, the observations of sunspots have been recorded in greater detail, and since much earlier times, than have such phenomena as solar flares, and are thus available for correlation studies.
http://www.viewzone.com/paper03.html

Rollin Gillespie is not some nobody either:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KH75rm9UOsA
http://www.viewzone.com/paper01.html