Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #40 on: July 24, 2010, 07:51:45 PM »
At last I am at "M"  -- a letter supposedly very important to the Freemasons and (especially) the Illuminati.

Letter 13.

It descends from a heiroglyph representing water, n-t in Egyptian (the goddess, Nut? -- moisture).  Nut is also the sky-goddess, usually represented as covered with stars.

Reminds me of the woman who sits on the water and the woman surrounded by twelve stars in Revelations for some reason.

Also, the waters below and the waters above from Genesis which are taken from Sumerian mythology.

In some myths, she gives rise to Isis, Osiris, and Horus as well as other gods.

Semites borrowed this heiroglyph for their "Mem" sound.  Cognate "Mu" in Greek.

In the classical world waters were often "peoples".  Some say "M" represents the thirteen (supposedly) families of the "Illuminati bloodlines".

N-O

"N" is the snake, djet.  Semites borrowned this to make their "nun" which is related to words for "fish" all over the Middle East today.

"O" is descended from a heirpglyph for an eye. Semitic "Ayin".  Greek "Omicron."

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #41 on: July 24, 2010, 08:19:43 PM »
"P" is a Semitic invention, not necessarily descended from a heiroglyph.  It was "pe" or mouth in Semitic.  Greek "Pi".

"Q" is an alternate "K" in Latin along with "G". Egyptian "wj" heiroglyph meaning a cord of wool.  Semitic "Qop".  Original "Qaw"? Greek "Qoppa" which also became "Phi". Phoenician "Qopf."

"R" is descended from a heiroglyph for head (t-p). Semitic "Res". Greek "Rho".

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #42 on: July 25, 2010, 08:30:56 AM »
"S: Semitic "Sin"/Phoenician "Shin" -- not from a heirorglyph.  Greek "Sigma".

"T":  Semitic/Phoenician "Taw. Greek "Tau" also not of heiroglypic origin.

"U": Descends fron the Semitic "Waw" by way of  "Y"(like "F", "U", "W" and "Y").  In the middle ages "U" and "V" used interchangeably.

"V": comes from Semitic "Waw" like "F", "U", "W" and "Y".  Latin: "5".

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #43 on: July 25, 2010, 09:32:25 AM »
"W" dates back to about the fifth century A.D.  Another "W"  formed from two "V"'s.

"X", the Roman "10", Greek "Chi"/"Xi" originates in a heiroglyph (djed) meaning column.  Semitic "Samekh.

"Y", as noted earlier is another of the letters whose origin is the "Waw".

"Z": No heiroglyphic origin.  Semitic "Zayin" -- a weapon. "Zeta" in Greek alphabet.

Recap: the heiroglyphic alphabet:

A               ox
B               house
C/G            throwing stick/sling
D               door
E               man with arms upraised praying/jubilation
F,U,V,W,Y   mace
H               fence/cross-hatching
I,Y,J           arm and hand horizontal/phallic
K               open hand
M               water
N               snake
O               eye
Q               cord of wool
R               head
X               column

So most, but not all of our modern alphabet originate in heiroglypics and potentially carry significances going back to Ancient Egypt (not necessarily Sumeria/Akkad/Babylon).

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #44 on: July 26, 2010, 02:54:07 AM »
More Symbolism of the Heiroglyphic Alphabet (A-D)


"A" -- even to day, we say "Strong as an Ox".  A is strength and power.  That is why it is the first letter, or conversely why the first letter was assigned to stand for power.  Power is key to understanding the heiroglyphic alpahabet.  Even today we have "alpha" males and "alpha dogs".

"B" -- is house, and hence (by extension) temple.  Viz. "Beth Israel" (a name often used for Jewish temples to this day, "Beth-el", an ancient temple of G-D in ancient Palestine. "Bet" or "Beth" in Hebrew means "house" to this day.

"C"/"G" -- the wealthy man running after the poor man to reward punish him, the throwing stick. One example:  "C" is the stock symbol for Citigroup, one of the oldest and biggest banks (top four or five) in America.

"D" -- door.  "Delta" is also a triangle -- the basic shape or profile of the pyramid.  Even today, we have "Delta-shaped" aircraft, like the stealth bomber, a triangular aircraft.  It is a symbol of strenghth and power, like "A"/"Alpha", hence the "Delta forces" of the contemporary U.S. military.  Military jargon is full of uses of the heiroglyphic alpahabet.


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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #45 on: July 26, 2010, 08:23:15 PM »
Note the significance of the "Alpha Lodge" within the circles of Freemasonry and Satanism.  Also the significance of "A.A." (not "Alcoholics Anonymous"!) within the O.T.O.  While we're on the subject, note the two "eyes" of O.T.O. staring back at you.

Yes, "A" and "D" are definitely powerful letters.

A.D.  anno domini -- refers to dates of the present (modern) era.  "Year of the Lord".  "Lord" as in dominus -- domination, power.

D.A. -- district attorney, the human manifestation of the accuser.  "Accuser"/"Prosecutor" in Hebrew: "Sheitan."

And look out for those "ad's"

A & D also both pyramids.  D is "Delta" (triangular) morphed from door heiroglyph.  A is the finished unfinished pyramid with capstone now.

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #46 on: July 28, 2010, 09:11:10 PM »
"F"  -- in Freemasonry, usually an abbreviation for brother (Frater) Not sure of any connections between the mace and the use for "brother".

"H" -- fence, enclosure, although "hedge" does come to mind here.  If the etymology of that word is a coincidence, I do not know.  Protective.

"I" -- Besides being the omnipresent word for the self In English, this is the "Yod", the arm and hand.  Interesting an arm and ahand in medieval chivalry appearing out of a cloud are often a symbol for the divine, usually holding a sword, as one the "Ace of Swords" in the Rider-Waite tarot. "Yod", as a letter is strongly associated with the divine  - and the divinized/apotheosized self?

"J" --  One of the two letters along with "B" on the two pilars represented on tracing boards/  Shorthand for "JHVH"  - so it stands in for G-D.  "J"/"B"= "G-D"/"House".  "G-D's house is the temple.  So, at least on the surface these two letters make it clear what one is looking at.

As the phallic "Yod" its presence on the pillar is doubly appropriate.  One pillar alone, however, is not enough to even start building a house - you need two.  The arch is a metonymy for the house/temple as a whole.

(If you haven't noticed already, not all letters in the heiroglyphic alpahbet may be equal -- in importance.)

BTW, what are the only one letter words in English?  Answer:  "A" and "I".  "One" and "self".

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #47 on: August 13, 2010, 11:25:09 PM »
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Babies See Pure Color, but Adults Peer Through Prism of Language

Brandon Keim
Wired
March 4, 2008

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When infant eyes absorb a world of virgin visions, colors are processed purely, in a pre-linguistic parts of the brain. As adults, colors are processed in the brain’s language centers, refracted by the concepts we have for them.

How does that switch take place? And does it affect our subjective experience of color? Such tantalizing questions, their answers still unknown, are raised by this developmental shift in color categorization, described today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

To test the phenomenon, a team of British and English researchers asked
adults and infants to focus on a briefly flashing target circle.

Sometimes the target appeared in the subjects’ right visual fields

– roughly speaking, the right half of a person’s field of vision,
which is transmitted from the eyes to the brain’s left hemisphere,
where language processing also takes place. Sometimes the targets
appeared in the left visual field, which connects to the pre-linguistic
right hemisphere.

When asked to pick out a target against a similarly-colored background
– a more mentally demanding task than distinguishing between different
colors — infants performed better when the target appeared in their
left visual fields. Adults, by contrast, had an easier time with
targets in their right visual fields.

Over the course of our lives, it appears that an unfiltered perception
of color gives way to one mediated by the constructs of language.

Does this mean that adults and infants see the same colors differently?

“We don’t know,” said study co-author Paul Kay.

But might adults see colors differently? That seems plausible.

“As an adult, color categorization is influenced by linguistic
categories. It differs as the language differs,” said Kay, who is
renowned for his studies on the ways that different cultures classify
colors. He cited recent research on the ability of Russian speakers to
detect shades of blue [pdf] that English speakers classify as a single color.

How does the switch to a language-bound perception of color take place?

“That’s the $64,000 question,” said Kay. “We have every reason to
believe that learning a language has a lot to do with it — but [as for] how
that works, it’s early.”


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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #48 on: August 13, 2010, 11:35:55 PM »
It is amazing watching my two-year-old daughter acquire language (English, Spanish, Korean, Bisayan, Tagalog).

I only wish I could see the colors for the first time again through her eyes.

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #49 on: September 12, 2010, 11:27:39 PM »
Pge 699 of Morals and Dogma by albert Pike

It was a common practice with the Talmudists to conceal secret meanings and sounds of words by transposing the letters.

The reversal of the letters of words was, indeed, anciently common everywhere. Thus from Neitha, the name of an Egyptian Goddess, the Greeks, writing backward, formed Athenè, the name of Minerva. In Arabic we have Nahid, a name of the planet Venus, which, reversed, gives Dihan, Greek, in Persian, Nihad, Nature; which Sir William Jones writes also Nahid. Strabo informs us that the Armenian name of Venus was Anaitis.

Tien, Heaven, in Chinese, reversed, is Neit, or Neith, worshipped at Sais in Egypt. Reverse Neitha, drop the i, and add an e, and we, as before said, Athenè. Mitra was the name of Venus among the ancient Persians. Herodotus, who tells us this, also informs us that her name, among the Scythians, was Artim pasa. Artim is Mitra, reversed. So, by reversing it, the Greeks formed Artemis, Diana.

One of the meanings of Rama, in Sanscrit, is Kama, the Deity of Love. Reverse this, and we have Amar, and by changing a into o, Amor, the Latin word for Love. Probably, as the verb is Amare, the oldest reading was Amar and not Amor. So Dipaka, in Sanscrit, one of the meanings whereof is love, is often written Dipuc. Reverse this, and we have, adding o, the Latin word Cupido.

In Arabic, the radical letters rhm, pronounced rahm, signify the trunk, compassion, mercy; this reversed, we have mhr, in Persic, love and the Sun. In Hebrew we have Lab, the heart; and in Chaldee, Bal, the heart; the radical letters of both being b and l.

The Persic word for head is Sar. Reversed, this becomes Ras in Arabic and Hebrew, Raish in Chaldee, Rash in Samaritan, and Ryas in Ethiopic; all meaning head, chief, etc. In Arabic we have Kid, in the sense of rule, regulation, article of agreement, obligation; which, reversed, becomes, adding e, the Greek dikè justice. In Coptic we have Chlom, a crown. Reversed, we have in Hebrew, Moloch or Malec, a King, or he who wears a crown.

In the Kou-onen, or oldest Chinese writing, by Hieroglyphics, Ge [Hi or Khi, with the initial letter modified], was the Sun: in Persic, Gwar and in Turkish Giun. Yue [ ], was the Moon;

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in Sanscrit Uh, and in Turkish Ai. It will be remembered that, in Egypt and elsewhere, the Sun was originally feminine, and the Moon masculine. In Egypt, Ioh was the moon: and in the feasts of Bacchus they cried incessantly, Euoï Sabvi! Euoï Bakhè! Io Bakhe! Io Bakhe!

Bunsen gives the following personal pronouns for he and she:

 
   

He
   

She

Christian Aramaic
   


   



Jewish Aramaic
   


   



Hebrew
   

Hû’
   

Hî’

Arabic
   

Huwa
   

Hiya

Thus the Ineffable Name not only embodies the Great Philosophical Idea, that the Deity is the ENS, the TO ON, the Absolute Existence, that of which the Essence is To Exist, the only Substance of Spinoza, the BEING, that never could not have existed, as contradistinguished from that which only becomes, not Nature or the Soul of Nature, but that which created Nature; but also the idea of the Male and Female Principles, in its highest and most profound sense; to wit, that God originally comprehended in Himself all that is: that matter was not co-existent with Him, or independent of Him; that He did not merely fashion and shape a pre-existing chaos into a Universe; but that His Thought manifested itself outwardly in that Universe, which so became, and before was not, except as comprehended in Him: that the Generative Power or Spirit, and Productive Matter, ever among the ancients deemed the Female, originally were in God; and that He Was and Is all that Was, that Is, and that Shall be: in Whom all else lives, moves, and has its being.

This was the great Mystery of the Ineffable Name; and this true arrangement of its letters, and of course its true pronunciation and its meaning, soon became lost to all except the select few to whom it was confided; it being concealed from the common people, because the Deity thus metaphysically named was not that personal and capricious, and as it were tangible God in whom they believed, and who alone was within the reach of their rude capacities.

Diodorus says that the name given by Moses to God was ΙΑΩ. Theodorus says that the Samaritans termed God IABE, but the Jews ΙΑΩ. Philo Byblius gives the form ΙΕΥΩ; and Clemens

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of Alexandria ΙΑΟΥ. Macrobius says that it was an admitted axiom among the Heathen, that the triliteral ΙΑΩ was the sacred name of the Supreme God. And the Clarian oracle said: "Learn thou that ΙΑΩ is the great God Supreme, that ruleth over all." The letter Ι signified Unity. Α and Ω are the first and last letters of the Greek Alphabet.

Hence the frequent expression: "I am the First, and I am the Last; and besides Me there is no other God. I am Α and Ω, the First and the Last. I am Α and Ω, the Beginning and the Ending, which Is, and Was, and Is to come: the Omnipotent." For in this we see shadowed forth the same great truth; that God is all in all--the Cause and the Effect--the beginning, or Impulse, or Generative Power: and the Ending, or Result, or that which is produced: that He is in reality all that is, all that ever was, and all that ever will be; in this sense, that nothing besides Himself has existed eternally, and co-eternally with Him, independent of Him, and self-existent, or self-originated.

And thus the meaning of the expression, ALOHAYIM, a plural noun, used, in the account of the Creation with which Genesis commences, with a singular verb, and of the name or title IHUH-ALHIM, used for the first time in the 4th verse of the 2d chapter of the same book, becomes clear. The ALHIM is the aggregate unity of the manifested Creative Forces or Powers of Deity, His Emanations; and IHUH-ALHIM is the ABSOLUTE Existence, or Essence of these Powers and Forces, of which they are Active Manifestations and Emanations.

This was the profound truth hidden in the ancient allegory and covered from the general view with a double veil. This was the esoteric meaning of the generation and production of the Indian, Chaldæan, and Phœnician cosmogonies; and the Active and Passive Powers, of the Male and Female Principles; of Heaven and its Luminaries generating, and the Earth producing; all hiding from vulgar view, as above its comprehension, the doctrine that matter is not eternal, but that God was the only original Existence, the ABSOLUTE, from Whom everything has proceeded, and to Whom all returns: and that all moral law springs not from the relation of things, but from His Wisdom and Essential Justice, as the Omnipotent Legislator. And this Taut WORD is with entire accuracy said to have been lost; because its meaning was lost, even among the Hebrews, although we still find the name (its real

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meaning unsuspected), in the Hu of the Druids and the FO-Hi of the Chinese.

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #50 on: September 13, 2010, 02:31:47 AM »
On this, as with many other things, Pike was a poor classicist and scholar of anitquity.  There are so many mistakes made here.

I will just start with "Yah"/"Iao".  Sometimes the divine was signified by the prefix "Ye-" alon as in Yehoshua (Joshua -- "Yah Saves") from which we get "Jesus"/"Yeshu"/"Yeshua".

It is signified by a single letter, "Yod", which signifies the generative power of G-D.

In Greek as in Hebrew, unity or "one" would have been signified by "Alpha"/"Aleph".  "Ehud", or unityone-ness, in Hebrew would not have been signified by "Yod".

Syncretists in the Hellenistic period appear to have formed "Iao" (as in the "Iaoldabaoth" of the gnostics) from the Hebrew "Yah", but Pike's explanantion of its significance defies reason.

Yet one more thing he would have been wrong about, IMO.

But I don't believe he had much training in the study of antiquity.

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #51 on: November 11, 2010, 01:34:24 PM »
What is the difference between Quigley's abridged version and unabridged version?
A government which does not act in accordance with the law forfeits the right to be called a government and cannot expect its people to obey the law.-Sir Robert Ker Thompson, Defeating Communist Insurgency: Experiences from Malaya and Vietnam(1966)

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Re: Carroll Quigley Tragedy & Hope Excerpted from pp. 950 - 955
« Reply #52 on: December 16, 2010, 11:11:33 PM »
I've never seen an abridged copy.
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