Alton Towers, Sir Francis Bacon and the Rosicrucians

MJF

Jedi Council Member
Tarot is an occultistic 'tool' like Astrology and ... Kabbala. For what use?
On this basis, the C's were no doubt trying to alert Laura to the application of the Tarot and Astrology in a similar manner to the way in which the Ra material does, i.e., the study of the archetypical mind. The only medium the C's failed to mention in their statement though is the Tree of Life or the Sephiroth. However, the C's have mentioned the importance of the number 33, whether in connection with the Medusa (the Gorgon's head) or the 33rd Degree in Freemasonry, which is the stage at which Egyptian Freemasonic (Osirian) enlightenment operated from. In my post on the 33rd Degree, I mentioned how Manly P Hall (a leading authority on Freemasonry and the occult) in his book ‘Secret Teachings of all Ages’ proposed that the 33rd Degree represented the vertebrae of the body running up the spinal column. Well the spinal column can be viewed as a type of tree structure, which therefore links with the Tree of Life (and the World Mountain or Mount Meru for that matter). Philip Gardner and Gary Osborn make this connection in their book 'The shining Ones' where they point out that the 'climbing of the trunk of a tree' is a metaphor which reflects an internal process associated with the spinal column and the skull and the seven levels of the chakra system. They link this with the Kundalini process of attaining enlightenment or becoming a 'shining one'. This same concept is also contained within the symbolism of the Caduceus where in esoteric tradition, the staff and serpents represent the spinal column and the sensory nervous system. The Caduceus can be linked symbolically with the shepherd’s crook or staff (recall that where the shepherd's crook is struck by lightning llumination occurs and the circuit is closed) and also with the Egyptian Pharaoh’s was or sceptre of power.

It is interesting that when you look at the Tree of Life with its ten Sephiroth and the twenty-two relationships between the stations and add them together you get the figure 32. I know this is one short of 33 but perhaps 33 represents the culmination of the enlightenment process, which ultimately takes place within the skull and the brain, where enlightenment is realised. The Tree of Life may also be linked with DNA and the Caduceus with its intertwining serpents can be viewed as a symbolic representation of the DNA double helix.

As regards the use of Astrology, it is interesting that the current form of the 12 Houses of the Zodiac was only established as late as 1302 AD - See Session dated 9 August 1997:​

Q: Okay. Now, next question: I understand that Libra was added to the zodiac and broke Scorpio and Virgo apart. Were there originally 10 or 11 signs in the zodiac?
A: Originally?
Q: You know what I mean!
A: There have been many combinations.
Q: Well, when did the present 12 sign zodiac begin to be established as it is?
A: 1302 A.D.
Q: And how many signs were there before that?
A: 11
Q: That's what I thought. What is the source of the oldest zodiac available to us?
A: Atlantis.
Q: Well, fine, what is
the oldest extant source in terms of writings?
A: Egypt.

Interestingly, the year 1302 is just five years before the Templars were suppressed. If someone knows who was responsible for introducing the Twelfth House of Libra, please feel free to reply. Where the reference to the Egyptian Zodiac is concerned, this must be to the Dendera Zodiac found at the temple of Hathor at Dendera, which was built by the Pharaoh Ptolemy IX at some time between 30 BC–30 AD. It was added as a bas-relief to the ceiling of a chapel dedicated to Osiris. Although it contains many of the Zodiac symbols as they are known today, it is more accurately described as a star map than an astrological chart. It shows all five planets known to the Ancient Egyptians in an alignment that occurs once every one thousand years, as well as both a solar and lunar eclipse. However, the division of the ecliptic into the zodiacal signs originates in Babylonian astronomy during the first half of the 1st millennium BC, which in turn draws on stars in much earlier Babylonian star catalogues.

Apparently, when the existence of the Dendera Zodiac was made known to scholars back in France, there were many attempts to calculate the date of construction, with some scholars suggesting the zodiac might be as much as 14,000 years old, far older than the world itself, according to the biblical chronology accepted then. Hence, the C's stating that the source of the oldest zodiac was Atlantis would seem to vindicate these scholars. One wonders how the Atlantians may have used their Zodiac.​
 

moyal

Jedi
It is interesting that when you look at the Tree of Life with its ten Sephiroth and the twenty-two relationships between the stations and add them together you get the figure 32. I know this is one short of 33 but perhaps 33 represents the culmination of the enlightenment process, which ultimately takes place within the skull and the brain, where enlightenment is realised.​
It is 33, because there is the hidden 11th sephira - Da'at. You can basically just 'clap' the 10th (Malkuth) up, so it will be placed in the Abyss where the position of Da'at is. Then the tree is completely symetric.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da'at

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MJF

Jedi Council Member
About the origin of Tarot I point once more to Crowley. It is clear that it is a pictorial representation of the kabbalistic doctrine.



So he basically already stated in 1944 that there must be involved (at least) a 4th densitiy influence, as we would put it.
I would add that there is both arabic and roman numbering used. But I'm not shure when this was added. The earliest Tarot deck version I have in my collection is a large (13,5 x 9 cm) Visconti reprint. There seems to have been some small nummerical marking at the top on the trump cards, but they have been made irrecognizable at some point in the past. The Lesser Arcana are of course still in the traditional style without numbering.
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Thank you for this Moyal. Our posts have been crossing. I will look with interest at what Crowley has to say about the Tarot. Although Crowley revelled in his reputation as 'the Beast', he was amongst other things a British secret service agent for MI6 during WW2 and led the British mission to counter Nazi propaganda in the USA. I have it on good authority that Sir Winston Churchill was heavily into the occult, so having a leading occultist in MI6 does not surpise me, given the Baconian roots of present day British military intelligence, which also has a heavy presence of Freemasons (e.g., Philby, Burgess and Maclean were all members of the Singapore Masonic Lodge).
 

moyal

Jedi
Crowley also tried to bring his Thelema religion to the Bolsheviks in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and had connections with Pansophia Lodge (the forerunner of Fraternitas Saturni) in the Weimar Republic. He initially admired Hitler, but this was at a time in the 1930s when Hiller was also named Times Magazine "Man of the Year". He installed his abbey in Mussolini-Italy etc. :nuts:

Edit: also my Visconti is 17 x 9 cm. no idea how that slipped in...
 
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MJF

Jedi Council Member
It is 33, because there is the hidden 11th sephira - Da'at. You can basically just 'clap' the 10th (Malkuth) up, so it will be placed in the Abyss where the position of Da'at is. Then the tree is completely symetric.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da'at

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Thanks again Moyal. I appreciate your expertise in this area. Given what Da'at stands for, it does seem to tie-in with the concept of achieving Kundalini to become a shining or illuminated one and with the 33rd Degree of Freemasonry. I hope to do a post soon on what the C's may have meant by a 'seer' as in seer of the passage, since I think this links with what we have been discussing here.

Incidentally, the Hebrew word Da'at seems close, etymolically speaking, to the Egyptian term Ma'at, meaning perfect balance, as discussed before on this thread. The goddess Maat in ancient Egyptian religion was the personification of truth, justice, and the cosmic order. The daughter of the sun god Re, she was associated with Thoth, god of wisdom. ... Maat stood at the head of the sun god's bark as it traveled through the sky and the underworld. The Goddess Maʽat is the embodiment of the Ancient Egyptian Seven Principles of Ma'at which are Truth, Balance, Order, Harmony, Righteousness, Morality, and Justice. These principles seem to tie in closely with Masonic principles as well. Interestingly, the sign of Libra (the new 12th House of the Zodiac) is normally depicted as a set of balance scales (and therefore with Ma'at) and is also linked with the justice symbol of a blindfolded woman, Lady Justice, carrying a set of scales.​
 

MJF

Jedi Council Member
Crowley also tried to bring his Thelema religion to the Bolsheviks in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and had connections with Pansophia Lodge (the forerunner of Fraternitas Saturni) in the Weimar Republic. He initially admired Hitler, but this was at a time in the 1930s when Hiller was also named Times Magazine "Man of the Year". He installed his abbey in Mussolini-Italy etc. :nuts:

Edit: also my Visconti is 17 x 9 cm. no idea how that slipped in...
Well many of the Bolshevik leaders such as Lenin and Stalin were Freemasons as was Crowley, who abandoned speculative Freemasonry early on since it didn't offer enough to him. Strangely, Hitler was quite anti-Freemasonry even though many of his felllow Nazi leaders were themselves masons (e.g. Hermann Goering).
 

moyal

Jedi
Your considerations about Da'at -> Ma'at is remarkable and on principle in the direction propagandized by Kenneth "Typhonian-OTO" Grant (the pupil of the late Crowley in the 1940s).
Miles Mathis has covered Hitler, Stalin, Churchill, Mussolini, Lenin, Castro and the whole gang. Hard to deny that they are all in cahoots.
 
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moyal

Jedi
Also it is not only 33 but also 66 because there is a whole second "dark" backside of the Tree of Life. This is the qliphothic "Tree of Death".
 

moyal

Jedi
Q: Well, when did the present 12 sign zodiac begin to be established as it is?
A: 1302 A.D.
Now look at this about the "sacral curtain" in the 2nd Temple that was according to the bible riven in two when Jesus died on the cross:

In an earlier passage, Josephus described it:
Before these doors there was a veil of equal largeness with the doors. It was a Babylonian curtain, embroidered with blue, and fine linen, and scarlet, and purple, and of a contexture that was truly wonderful. Nor was this mixture of colors without its mystical interpretation, but was a kind of image of the universe; for by the scarlet there seemed to be enigmatically signified fire, by the fine flax the earth, by the blue the air, and by the purple the sea; two of them having their colors the foundation of this resemblance; but the fine flax and the purple have their own origin for that foundation, the earth producing the one, and the sea the other. This curtain had also embroidered upon it all that was mystical in the heavens, excepting that of the [twelve] signs, representing living creatures. *853 -> Wars 5.4.4.

Knight-Jadczyk, Laura. From Paul to Mark: PaleoChristianity . Red Pill Press. Kindle-Version.



That's Yosef ben Matityahu aka Titus Flavius Josephus in "War of the Jews, The Jewish War, Jewish Wars, or History of the Jewish War" allegedly written in 78 A.D.
I tried to find the earliest possible version online, but found only a 19th century vesion.
It is exactly like the quote in Lauras book with this [twelve] in brackets...
 

moyal

Jedi
I,64: I am the blue-lidded daughter of Sunset; I am the naked brilliance of the voluptuous night-sky.
I,65: To me! To me!
I,66: The Manifestation of Nuit is at an end.

(from Aleister Crowley's "Liber Al - The Book of the Law" aka "the thelemic Crowley-bible"

This is the Egyptian Zodiac from the tomb of Ramses VI where you can see the godess Nut as she was depicted. (The stretched female figure with stars on her body)

[RM] Ramses VI Tomb zodiac.jpg

And this is the trump card "The Star" from the Visconti-tarot deck (15th century !):
The Star.jpg
 
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MJF

Jedi Council Member
Your considerations about Da'at -> Ma'at is remarkable and on principle in the direction propagandized by Kenneth "Typhonian-OTO" Grant (the pupil of the late Crowley in the 1940s).
Miles Mathis has covered Hitler, Stalin, Churchill, Mussolini, Lenin, Castro and the whole gang. Hard to deny that they are all in cahoots.
I agree. They were all stooges for the Illuminati NWO bankers and remember the C's once said that the Rosicrucians are the Illuminati. Churchill, a prolific gambler, was in the pocket of the New York financier Bernard Baruch who helped to pay off his gambling debts, as Churchill had faced financial ruin and with it the end of his political career.

Incidentally, Baruch along with Max Warburg in Germany, Paul Warburg in the USA and Baron Louis de Rothschild in France supported Count Coudenhove-Kalergi's pan-European plan, which amongst other things, included mongrelising the European race through mass immigration. In his 1925 book Practical Idealism, Coudenhove-Kalergi (who was a Freemason) envisioned an all-encompassing race of the future made up of "Eurasian-Negroid," replacing "the diversity of peoples" and "[t]oday's races and classes" with a "diversity of individuals. Well if he was alive now, he would no doubt be pleased to see his vision coming to fruition. Interestingly, Coudenhove-Kalergi based his vision on the multi-ethnic population of ancient Egypt, which he sought to recreate in Europe. Curious isn't it how ancient Egypt still weaves its spell over the western world.

Coudenhove-Kalergi is today seen as one of the father's of the present European Union and a prize in his name is awarded to those who help to advance his pan-European vision. One of those who has won it is Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minister. Post Brexit that award must appear quite hollow now.

See Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi - Wikipedia
 

Palinurus

The Living Force
That's Yosef ben Matityahu aka Titus Flavius Josephus in "War of the Jews, The Jewish War, Jewish Wars, or History of the Jewish War" allegedly written in 78 A.D.
I tried to find the earliest possible version online, but found only a 19th century vesion.
It is exactly like the quote in Lauras book with this [twelve] in brackets...
Since I've read Josephus cover-to-cover, I think this [twelve] insert has been put there by one of the translators early on, but in any case much later than the original 78 AD text - which probably didn't specify a number anyway. In those days, everybody knew the right number (I suppose) and any specification would've been superfluous.

You would have to go to the original Greek (koinè)) text to make sure, though.

There it states: 214 The curtain was embroidered with everything in the heavens except the zodiac
 
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MJF

Jedi Council Member
There seem to be some serious ambiguity when it comes to dating of Egyptian zodiacs...
I take your point. I am familiar with the issues of dating raised by Fomenko, which do call into question the dating given for many of these ancient works. Reading Kent Weeks the American egyptologist, he suggests that carbon dating the organic content used in some ancient paints can help to pin the date down more accurately but, even then, radio carbon dating throws up its own issues too.
 

MJF

Jedi Council Member
I agree. They were all stooges for the Illuminati NWO bankers and remember the C's once said that the Rosicrucians are the Illuminati. Churchill, a prolific gambler, was in the pocket of the New York financier Bernard Baruch who helped to pay off his gambling debts, as Churchill had faced financial ruin and with it the end of his political career.

Incidentally, Baruch along with Max Warburg in Germany, Paul Warburg in the USA and Baron Louis de Rothschild in France supported Count Coudenhove-Kalergi's pan-European plan, which amongst other things, included mongrelising the European race through mass immigration. In his 1925 book Practical Idealism, Coudenhove-Kalergi (who was a Freemason) envisioned an all-encompassing race of the future made up of "Eurasian-Negroid," replacing "the diversity of peoples" and "[t]oday's races and classes" with a "diversity of individuals. Well if he was alive now, he would no doubt be pleased to see his vision coming to fruition. Interestingly, Coudenhove-Kalergi based his vision on the multi-ethnic population of ancient Egypt, which he sought to recreate in Europe. Curious isn't it how ancient Egypt still weaves its spell over the western world.

Coudenhove-Kalergi is today seen as one of the father's of the present European Union and a prize in his name is awarded to those who help to advance his pan-European vision. One of those who has won it is Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minister. Post Brexit that award must appear quite hollow now.

See Richard von Coudenhove-Kalergi - Wikipedia
I am not sure why you struck through those sections above. Perhaps you misunderstood my intentions. The diversity references were directly lifted from Kalergi's biography on Wikipedia (admittedly a pretty woke vehicle these days). I deliberately wanted to show people who may not be familiar with Coudenhove-Kalergi that he is one of those behind the present religion of diversity and Pan-Europeanism too. Where I said he would be pleased to see his vision coming to fruition today, I was being highly facetious. It was not intended as a compliment to him. My own view is that he was a point man for the Illuminati. Wikipedia doesn't mention his wish to recreate Europe in the image of ancient Egypt. I learned that from another source - a Canadian Jew in fact. It is interesting that he should have focused on ancient Egypt (as so many Freemasons do) since I suspect it was to a large extent a scaled down recreation of the society that existed in Atlantis prior to the deluge. There is evidence to show the Egyptians knew their ancestors were Atlantean survivors.

I would readily admit that I am not a fan of the European Union or of Tony Blair, who is a classic self-serving politician. I also voted for Brexit. However, I did not do so as a little Englander. In my view the European Union is a creation of the oligarchy and does not serve the best interests of ordinary Europeans. I used to work at a German bank in London before the Brexit vote and often dined with my German colleagues. I was quite surprised at times how hostile many of them were to the European Commission and the EU Brussels bureaucracy. Indeed, I found some of them more critical than many Brexiteers. I would add that when I visited the head office in Frankfurt just after Angela Merkel opened the floodgates to nearly a million refugees from Syria and elsewhere, I found most of my German colleagues were extremely hostile to what she had done. Coming from a country where multiracialism and multiculturalism has been practised and extolled for several decades, I was quite surprised by the strength of feeling I encountered. Believe me when I say these people were not extreme right wingers but just ordinary middle class citizens concerned for their country and for the consequences.

Sorry to go into such detail here but I just wanted to make sure there was no misunderstanding over these points. I appreciate that it has strayed a long way off topic and I therefore intend to leave it there and return to the themes of this thread.​
 
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