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Message Subject Can anyone help me decipher what this "sign" says? I found this "Tomb" in the cemetary... It may have an important message for me!
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so; from earlier post [see above]

:uranusstairway:

okay; research Uranus.

came up with Aion-Uranus with Terra [Greek Gaia] on mosaic

synchronicity 1] i conversed with Gaia "earth" on two occassions [see earlier posts]

so what is "Aion"?

from wiki:

" Aion [Greek] is a Hellenistic deity associated with time, the orb or circle encompassing the universe, and the zodiac."

"The "time" represented by Aion is unbounded, in contrast to Chronos as empirical time divided into past, present, and future."

"He is thus a god of eternity, associated with mystery religions concerned with the afterlife, such as the mysteries of Cybele, Dionysus, Orpheus, and Mithras"

link:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

now i will introduce "Mithraic mysteries"
link:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

synchronicity 2] i "discovered" Mithraic mysteries very early in my posting, but chose to ignore; yet, back again

:aion:

from wiki:

Lion-headed figure

"One of the most characteristic features of the Mysteries is the naked lion-headed [leontocephaline] figure often found in Mithraic temples."

"He is entwined by a serpent, with the snake's head often resting on the lion's head."

"The lion's mouth is often open, giving a horrifying impression."

"He is usually represented having four wings, two keys (sometimes a single key) and a scepter in his hand."

"Sometimes the figure is standing on a globe inscribed with a diagonal cross. In the figure shown here, the four wings carry the symbols of the four seasons and a thunderbolt is engraved on the breast."

"At the base of the statue are the hammer and tongs of Vulcan, the cock and the wand of Mercury."

"While some scholars identify the lion-man as Aion (Zurvan, or Kronos) others assert that it is Ahriman"

"Although the exact identity of the lion-headed figure is debated by scholars, it is largely agreed that the god is associated with time and seasonal change."


interesting

very similar to cherubim on tomb:

:cherII:

synchronisity 3
note the "two keys" [tomb has two locks]

:schyelo:

now; note the "similarity" of my 1st avatar Ezrin to "lion-headed figure"

:ezrin4:

synchronicity 4

so; like a "good" scientist, i dont make a conclusion based on one experiment

yet; many distinct lines of evidence point to the identical conclusion/interpretation

sorry to be somewhat disjointed

much Love to all of you
twirl
ezrin
 
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