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Does Anyone Know Why Statues of Moses have horns? Check this out!

 
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Horns used to be symbolic of wisdom.
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^^This^^

ancient middle eastern gods were almost always portrayed with horns on their heads or head-dresses. certain wise men, such as moses, were portrayed as having horns in order to denote that the person had achieved a divine wisdom.
--"In this era of great big brains anything that can happen will. So hunker down." -- Kurt Vonnegut, JR. -- Galapagos.
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the building which is the subject here contains a sculpture of moses wearing horns. the building was designed by a french mason in the early 1900's.

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Horns used to be symbolic of wisdom.
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^^This^^

ancient middle eastern gods were almost always portrayed with horns on their heads or head-dresses. certain wise men, such as moses, were portrayed as having horns in order to denote that the person had achieved a divine wisdom.
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Have you stared people without blinking and with low light? That focus does what a photographic camera does and requires to FOCUS during enough time. Of course in our century when everything depends on neon or fluorescent light, many things have been forgotten or practiced in close ceremonies. Start watching the flame of a candel without blinking even if your eyes get filled with tears and burn. Indeed the ones who have achieved a spiritual level shine more... or maybe at the top of the mountain ST ELMO's blue-green FIRE shines with the hissing noise of a snake in certain cases or just the inner illumination of someone who knows deeper things or maybe ALL these alternatives.
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Horns used to be symbolic of wisdom.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1510025


^^This^^

ancient middle eastern gods were almost always portrayed with horns on their heads or head-dresses. certain wise men, such as moses, were portrayed as having horns in order to denote that the person had achieved a divine wisdom.
 Quoting: Mordier L'eft


Have you stared people without blinking and with low light? That focus does what a photographic camera does and requires to FOCUS during enough time. Of course in our century when everything depends on neon or fluorescent light, many things have been forgotten or practiced in close ceremonies. Start watching the flame of a candel without blinking even if your eyes get filled with tears and burn. Indeed the ones who have achieved a spiritual level shine more... or maybe at the top of the mountain ST ELMO's blue-green FIRE shines with the hissing noise of a snake in certain cases or just the inner illumination of someone who knows deeper things or maybe ALL these alternatives.
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i see auras under proper conditions. at a funeral once i saw the dead man's sons standing on the dais, speaking. i saw their aura's become apparent. they were bright and white. slowly their auras blended to become one large mass of whiteness. then it slowly expanded, and grew between them and gave the appearance of a third aura, of another person standing right between them, with the same relative height of their departed father.

intense.
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Indeed and they know many things shown in films that people are unable to detect. Charlton Heston was chosen to portray Moses due to his resemblance to Michelangelo's statue of Moses and the DVD of the Ten Commandments include DeMille's explanation and photograph of Heston next to the huge statue. Not by coincidence he also played Michelangelo in The Agony and Ecstasy with REX (king) Harrison who was CAESAR in Cleopatra along with Roddy McDowell who was the chimp in Planet of the Apes (Cornelius and CAESAR) and Caesar king in CLEOPATRA. Heston kneels before Freemason Statue of Liberty at the end of POTA but rises his hand like her (Isis) in a dialogue about being a TORCH and LIBERTY at the end of the Ten Commandments. Almost nobody paid attention one-eyed Heston like Terminator.... appears with HORNS OF LIGHTS in Cameron's film TRUE LIES [link to fotolog.terra.com] Few paid attention his office was OMEGA being himself the OMEGA MAN who dies crucified in a bloodbath and the one who pressed the button to destroy earth in Beneath Planet of the Apes, his name was uncredited in Burton's Planet of the APEbraham Lincoln under 12 hours make-up as an old chimp and his utterance almost the same as the original... damnation for mankind. Lincoln Monument is not only another Freemason statue but also mimics ZEUS and his character was the same as the orangutan in Planet of the Apes Dr ZAIUS.....
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michaelangelo was an innitiate....

they had knowledge of secret texts....

the horns are a symbol....

it means he has robbed them from satan....

and now satan has no power over him....
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Initiates all: Michaelangelo, Da Vinci etc.
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Some things are better left unknown.
But why do many call it the law of moses?
Rather then the law of God given to moses?
What mountain did he climb anyway? I dont really care what people call land masses after the fact of text being written.
what sea did he part? red sea....
what staff did he use?He casted the hilt of HIS staff into Mother earth?

Just a bunch of weird symbolism if you ask me.
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It would be just symbolism if there were not other aspects involved. For example the Ipuwer papire mentions the plagues, water split as if by two knives ... things caused by a strange deity which is odd indeed considering Egyptians worshipped 740 gods. Also in another 4-pages discussion you can read details about the Red Sea from the perspective of of the ones who crossed and did the account in Hebrew while it was written PHONETICALLY in what is today considered Quiche Mayan language despite how crazy this may sound without knowing the evidence: Thread: Popul Vuh....Mayan or Hebrew Exodus (Red Sea crossing included)? Of course lazy people wouldn't ever have the stamina or patience to read all that data but anyway I put it here in case 0.0000000% among you wanna learn whatever learnable. It's included how were done the special FXs of both De Mille versions of the Ten Commandments and possible locations of the parting of the sea, the opinion of a marine geologist, if it was a sea of reeds because the Hebrew words "yam suph" or not quite as usually mentioned by a lot of people. Regarding using the staff to knock the rocks, well people from the desert use similar methods to find water and it's a fact Moses learned with Arabs the secrets of the desert, he dwelled decades in Sinai.
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It would be just symbolism if there were not other aspects involved. For example the Ipuwer papire mentions the plagues, water split as if by two knives ... things caused by a strange deity which is odd indeed considering Egyptians worshipped 740 gods. Also in another 4-pages discussion you can read details about the Red Sea from the perspective of of the ones who crossed and did the account in Hebrew while it was written PHONETICALLY in what is today considered Quiche Mayan language despite how crazy this may sound without knowing the evidence: Thread: Popul Vuh....Mayan or Hebrew Exodus (Red Sea crossing included)? Of course lazy people wouldn't ever have the stamina or patience to read all that data but anyway I put it here in case 0.0000000% among you wanna learn whatever learnable. It's included how were done the special FXs of both De Mille versions of the Ten Commandments and possible locations of the parting of the sea, the opinion of a marine geologist, if it was a sea of reeds because the Hebrew words "yam suph" or not quite as usually mentioned by a lot of people. Regarding using the staff to knock the rocks, well people from the desert use similar methods to find water and it's a fact Moses learned with Arabs the secrets of the desert, he dwelled decades in Sinai.
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In a similar thread there was only one fellow from Canada who knew the "official" explanations and thought the whole thread was absurd, yet after the replies came he eventually shut up : Thread: Mayan Exodus and the Red Sea That's only 2 pages thread but with several additional links with photos and data.
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07/15/2012 08:16 AM
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In praise of Bachaeus.
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I mentioned ST ELMO's FIRE electric phenomena sometimes happening on the top of mountains or in the ships and the veil worn by Moses and removal of sandals to avoid an electro-shock. There are things many people ignore about physics and yet wanna discuss about metaphysics and spiritual realm or symbolism. Most of you even ignore people with REAL horns like this Chinese fellow [link to cryptic-mysteries.blogspot.com.br]
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If you will look up the word 'Aleph' you will see that it is the first letter in the Hebraic alphabet. It's symbol is of a 'bull'. I wonder if the people at the bottom of the mountain worshiped the 'golden calf' while Moses was busy with God because that was the symbol of God and they made it out of gold because they were giving what they had (as if we would give our whole savings account because we don't have gold).
I'm just rambling my thoughts outloud, but I think this guy might be onto something. The transit of Venus this next week could mean something very significant! I'm hoping!!!hf
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Could it show links to Apis in Egyptian mythology? With perhaps links to the bull leaping of Minoan culture. I view all these forms of cultural links as evidence of a singular root, especially as it pertains to monotheism's past and present hegemony. Check out the sun disc of Assyrian culture with the Nazi double eagle, and Middle Eastern cultural symbolism not far from the American eagle. The rabbit hole is deep.
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You mention the sun..... well, the whole celestial mechanics was different when Saturn was the sun and Jupiter replaced him as "god" so the electrical phenomena witnessed by the people who saw the prophets was miraculous indeed: [link to saturniancosmology.org]
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07/15/2012 08:57 AM
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Indeed aleph sign was not the so-called Hebrew but Paleo-Hebrew from Canaan or Phoenician and the feet of our capital A were the bull's horn which we now see upside down [link to fotolog.terra.com] The evolution of the scripture [link to fotolog.terra.com] But as I mentioned before this has nothing to with imaginary fingerpicked stars being hooked in a certain way to somehow look like constellations, Taurus being not a bull but somehow "horns" and Leo not a lion but somehow a hanger.
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Moses and Levites were 3 meters in height.

Moses was born and died on the same day, 7th Adar, when
Moses died, manna ceased to come down from heaven.
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Well let's see here...Moses comes on down the mountain, hands full of commandments carved in stone to face a crowd of rabid, idol worshipping fiends. My guess is god gave him horns as protection ;-)
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07/27/2012 02:08 PM
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Moses and Levites were 3 meters in height.

Moses was born and died on the same day, 7th Adar, when
Moses died, manna ceased to come down from heaven.
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Is this info based upon kabbalah or what?
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As a matter of fact according to the Bible Moses got angry because his spies gave him information about GIANTS dwelling in Canaan who saw jewish people as if they were tiny locusts! It doesn't make sense jewish people were afraid of those Rephaim or Nephilim if themselves were giants. George Lucas hired tall actors to portray ANAKIN inspired in Deuteronomy admitting giants were the Joshua's army to do the slaugther of women and children... THOSE INHABITANTS WERE GIANT DEMONIC HYBRID OFFPSRING and not the jewish people!

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