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Elisa Lam and Jephtha's daughter Seila

 
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Elisa Lam and Jephtha's daughter Seila
Elisa Lam

Seila


In the Old Testment Jephthah was a judge who defeated the Ammonites and after the victory he sacrificed his daughter as a burnt offering.

Jephtha's daughter is not named in the Bible.

However, the Pseudo Philo does name her. Her name is Seila. Notice that Seila is an anagram for Elisa. Seila means "asked for".

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


on a side note there is a Crowley connection:

El (God) is a Lam


"Lam, (whose name derives from the Tibetan word for "way" or "path") later became the subject of a portrait by Crowley, drawn from life and imbued with a haunting inner quality of its own."

Crowley's portrait of Lam passed into the hands of Kenneth Grant circa 1945 following an astral working in which he and Crowley were jointly involved. Grant, who was authorized in the early '50s to work the first three grades of the OTO, is now widely perceived as Crowley's natural heir and successor (what a can of worms that statement opens.--ed). His interest in CETI (Contact with Extraterrestrial Intelligence)-type phenomena is of long-standing duration."

[link to www.excludedmiddle.com]

Summer of 1898 Crowley writes ‘Jephthah’ at the Cecil Hotel in London (note that I am not trying to say that this is the same hotel).

[link to ghostblooms-van-asten.blogspot.com]
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Re: Elisa Lam and Jephtha's daughter Seila
and you went all biblical....shocked nice find OP
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and you went all biblical....shocked nice find OP
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there is nothing in western culture that does not contain Biblical references

they cannot make a movie without going there
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Re: Elisa Lam and Jephtha's daughter Seila
Nice find I never liked that passage.
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Nice find I never liked that passage.
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Jephtha was a fool. He could have asked God to forgive him for his foolish promise, but instead he commits a greater sin in taking the life of his daughter. And God gets the blame. I do not believe that this was what God required and he would have forgiven the promise. The daughter seems like a gem though.
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Re: Elisa Lam and Jephtha's daughter Seila
Aleister Crowley lived in a Hotel called Hotel Cecil, in London:


In 1898, Crowley was staying in Zermatt, Switzerland, where he met the chemist Julian L. Baker, and the two began talking about their common interest in alchemy. Upon their return to England, Baker introduced Crowley to George Cecil Jones, a member of the occult society known as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, which had been founded in 1888. Crowley was subsequently initiated into the Outer Order of the Golden Dawn on 18 November 1898 by the group's leader, Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers (1854–1918). The ceremony itself took place at Mark Masons Hall in London, where Crowley accepted his motto and magical name of "Frater Perdurabo", a Latin term meaning "Brother 'I shall endure to the end'".[46][47]

Crowley moved from the elegant accommodation at the Hotel Cecil to his own luxury flat at 67–69 Chancery Lane.


source: [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]







The Hotel Cecil was a grand hotel built 1890–96 between the Thames Embankment and the Strand in London. It was named after Cecil House (also known as Salisbury House), a mansion belonging to the Cecil family, which occupied the site in the 17th century.

Designed by architects Perry & Reed in a "Wrenaissance" style, the hotel was the largest in Europe when it opened with more than 800 rooms. The proprietor, Jabez Balfour, later went bankrupt and was sentenced to 14 years in prison.[1]

The hotel was requesitioned for the war effort in 1917, and the very first headquarters of the newly formed RAF took up part of the hotel from 1918 to 1919. A green plaque was affixed just inside the outer entrance to the building in March 2008, proclaiming: The Royal Air force was formed and had its first headquarters here in the former Hotel Cecil 1 April 1918. Below it is a brass plate stating: This plaque was unveiled by the Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Glenn Torpy to mark the 90th anniversary of the formation of the Royal Air Force.[2]

The hotel was the base for a Palestine Arab delegation that arrived in London in August 1921 and spent almost a year there, protest in vain against the proposed terms of the British Mandate for Palestine.[3] The president of the delegation was Musa Kazim al-Husseini; its secretary was Shibli al-Jamal; the other delegates were Tawfiq Hammad, Amin al-Tamimi, Ibrahim Shammas and Mu'in al-Madi; the assistant secretary was Dr. Fu'ad Samad.

The Cecil was largely demolished in Autumn 1930, and Shell Mex House was built on the site. The Strand facade of the hotel remains (now occupied by shops and offices, including those of Interbrand), with, at its centre, a grandiose arch leading to Shell Mex House proper.


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