Session 20 August 2001

Lathyrus

The Force is Strong With This One
Q: Was Abraham a Levite?
A: Yes.
Q: Was Sarah Nefertiti?
A: Yes.
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Q: Was the Temple on Crete at Knossos, was it really a necropolis as Wunderlich suggests?
A: 5th density waiting room.
Q: Did they sacrifice humans there?
A: Yes.
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Q: Was this temple the source of the legends of the Temple of Solomon?
A: Yes.
Q: Was Solomon also King Menes of Minos of Crete?
A: No.
Q: Was Solomon a king of Egypt?
A: Yes.
Q: Which king of Egypt was the equivalent of Solomon?
A: Narmer.
Q: Was Daedalus the "architect" who became known as Hiram Abif?
A: Close.
Q: Was the explosion of Thera the cataclysmic story later added to the Exodus?
A: Yes.
Q: Did the Mediterranean Sea part?
A: No.
Q: Did this happen at the same time as when Abraham was fleeing from Akhenaten, hauling off his wife Nefertiti/Sarah?
A: Yes.
Q: What happened to Akhenaten?
A: Drowned in the Nile.
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Q: Well, that's bizarre. Was King Scorpion of Egypt the "Joseph" of the Bible?
A: Mainly.
Q: Does that mean that Joseph was a composite story?
A: Yes.
Q: Was King Scorpion a son of Sargon the Great?
A: Close.
Q: Was he, as the Joseph story tells, kidnapped and sold into Egypt?
A: No.
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Q: If Akhenaten pursued Abraham and Sarah at the time of the eruption of Thera, did it happen that the waters of the Nile withdrew and then slammed back and hit him?
A: In part.
Q: So the disruption upset the Nile. It made it turbulent, or overflow, or dangerous in some sense?
A: Yes.
While I'm sure that a similar sentiment has been explicated elsewhere on this forum (especially in respect to (so far as I understand) Julius Caesar being one of the bases for the biblical character of Jesus), but (and as the C's have suggested elsewhere regarding the authorship of the bible by "greek enforcers") by the information above I am shocked at the breadth of deception that would have to be involved in taking, not just one, but so many otherwise historical events and people and creating fables out of them which are then presented as actual, immutable fact; truth turned to lies, lies lies! Holy moly, Batman!
 

Gandalf

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Q: In other words, Vincent doesn't know what he's doing well enough to do that, but it happens just by hanging out with him? {Laughter.}
A: Yes.
Q: (T) How recently has he been abducted? Yesterday? Last week?
A: Hot popper.
Q: (L) What is a "hot popper?"
A: Recently.
Q: In other words, he's still hot. He's been there so recently he's still popping. {Laughter.}
Hi @Laura,

The french team is translating that session right now and they would like to know:

1. What does "hot popper" mean exactly?
2. What does "he is still popping" mean?
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
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Hi @Laura,

The french team is translating that session right now and they would like to know:

1. What does "hot popper" mean exactly?
2. What does "he is still popping" mean?
Laura may explain it differently but I think it has to do with something that happens when you pop popcorn. After removing the container from the heat there are kernels that still "pop" even though they are no longer in direct vicinity of the heat because they are still "hot", thus they are "hot poppers".

Vincent's abduction (like being on the stove) was so "recent" that he was "still popping" even after the event.
 
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