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This is way better than scary bee stories.
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I am dreading to have to talk about "Birds and the bees" soon to my kids almost entering tweens.hiding
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Woohoo, ;'The Honeybees'! [link to www.youtube.com]
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to bee, or not to bee?
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My post has some "bees" in it,


THE KINGSHIP and the CHILD OF PROMISE UNVEILED

Posted by Nathaniel

Deeply fatigued, the pregnant Mother is led to the Manger which is Praesepe, Cancer directly overhead, in the Midnight sky.. Known as "the multitude" The Egyptians saw it as the Scarab in which the Virgin Mother gave birth to her divinely conceived child. The Hebrews saw it as Ash, the Butterfly. The Masonic symbol of the Beehive is there as well in the Beehive cluster of stars known as M44. The Three Wise men that visited the Child "Orion" is the Three Belt stars of Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka that gird his promises with three gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh and is directly overhead as well in the winter sky.



"The ritual of nativity, as it appears to have been celebrated in Syria and Egypt , was remarkable. The celebrants retired into certain inner shrines, from which at midnight they issued a loud cry, "The virgin has brought forth ! The light is waxing!" The Egyptians even represented the new-born sun by the image of an infant which on his birthday, the winter solstice , they brought forth and exhibited to his worshippers. " - Frazer



Even Job awaited this "Priest Prince as Cancer was Khan Ker in Arabic. Job 19:25 “I know that my Redeemer Lives, and He will stand on the Earth in the Last Days. And though after death worms consume my body, yet in my flesh will I see God, whom my own eyes will behold, and not another’s.”



Christians see the Sun God reflected in Christ. As the little baby son is born on winter solstice, the Mother and Father bed down with their newborn near the animals in the manger. Aries and Taurus falls to the western horizon before dawn.

The Winter Sun, newly arrived, but still weak with youth , relaxes sleepily for three days between December 21-24 before finaly opening his eyes and gaining strength on Christmas morn by rising one degree northward on December 25th. The promise of the Tree of Life (Christmas tree) with the orbs of the spirits and loved ones who passed on is reflected in the ornaments of the tree and garland being the snakes path on the Kabbalah. We long for life and immortality, So important is this Son/ Suns birth to restore life to the dead, that we celebrate with gifts and symbolism.

He continually grows and gains in strength with the promise of Vernal Equinox making him plumper and stronger as the buds of spring prepare in anticipation, the green shoots in the ground await to emerge.. (What little is known, is that the resurrection of Christ belongs to the body of the Goddess with March being recognized as the birthday of Mary Magdalene. Linda Goodman mentions this Spring Birth of Easter / Istarte in her books.)

Finaly in June and July, the six month old Sun Child Horus is robust and able to sit up on Mother Isis's lap, Hebrew word "Kisse" "seat" hence the Throne of God, at Summer Solstice, of Summer Deus. The child is finaly "lifted " to the Throne. (Revelation 12) Rev. 12:5-6. "And she brought forth a 'man-child,' who was to rule all nations with a 'Rod or Iron': and her child was caught up unto God, and to His throne. "

What was once the Midnight Sun Manger where Mary and Joseph bedded down for the baby, is now a celebration of joy during mid-day with Cancer and the Sun directly overhead in the daylight sky.





qoute: In astrology the sign Cancer, along with representing the Summer solstice, also represents the Moon. Crabs are influenced by the phases of the Moon and the tides which are governed by the Moon. Cancer also represents the mother, yet to my knowledge it has not been identified with any particular mother in mythology.

Hor-Apollo observes: "They say also that the beetle lives six months underground and six above". If he does, nature surely has cast him in the role of Proserpina [who is the Roman Kore], not to say that of the human soul, figuratively. The six lower signs typify incarnate life. But the beetle has further instruction for us. He observes that the beetle deposits its ball of eggs rolled in dung in the earth for the space of twenty-eight days--a lunar cycle--during which the moon passes through its smaller round of the twelve zodiacal signs. But on the twenty-ninth day, the day of the resurrection according to lunar markings, there occurs the baptism of the beetle. The Scarabaeus then casts his ball into the water. It opens to give birth to the young beetle. This immersion and baptism leads to renewal and regeneration. So Taht (Ptah) [Khepri?], the lunar god, was always declared to be self-created, never born. [The Lost Light by Alvin Boyd Kuhn]

The disease Cancer is the result of cells escaping normal control mechanisms and growing uncontrollably as a result.

-Constellation of words.



With the self born now a strong youth (summer also represents the sun God in his adult prime) , all that is left is to crown and celebrate the newly appointed King.



Christ entering Jerusalem and riding upon the Donkey is the sun crossing over Summer Solstice




Jesus Comes to Jerusalem as King

21 As they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, 2 saying to them, “Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me. 3 If anyone says anything to you, say that the Lord needs them, and he will send them right away.”

4 This took place to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet:

5 “Say to Daughter Zion,
‘See, your king comes to you,
gentle and riding on a donkey,
and on a colt, the foal of a donkey.’”

6 The disciples went and did as Jesus had instructed them. 7 They brought the donkey and the colt and placed their cloaks on them for Jesus to sit on. 8 A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. 9 The crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted,

“Hosanna to the Son of David!”

“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”

“Hosanna in the highest heaven!”

Tucked within the Summer Solstice Constellation of Cancer, is the two donkey stars, Asellus Borealis is the (Northern Ass ) and Asellus Australis is the (Southern Ass)

Hence "the Sun/ Son" of God rides in a donkey...
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My post has some "bees" in it,


THE KINGSHIP and the CHILD OF PROMISE UNVEILED

Posted by Nathaniel

Deeply fatigued, the pregnant Mother is led to the Manger which is Praesepe, Cancer directly overhead, in the Midnight sky.. Known as "the multitude" The Egyptians saw it as the Scarab in which the Virgin Mother gave birth to her divinely conceived child. The Hebrews saw it as Ash, the Butterfly. The Masonic symbol of the Beehive is there as well in the Beehive cluster of stars known as M44. The Three Wise men that visited the Child "Orion" is the Three Belt stars of Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka that gird his promises with three gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh and is directly overhead as well in the winter sky.



"The ritual of nativity, as it appears to have been celebrated in Syria and Egypt , was remarkable. The celebrants retired into certain inner shrines, from which at midnight they issued a loud cry, "The virgin has brought forth ! The light is waxing!" The Egyptians even represented the new-born sun by the image of an infant which on his birthday, the winter solstice , they brought forth and exhibited to his worshippers. " - Frazer



Even Job awaited this "Priest Prince as Cancer was Khan Ker in Arabic. Job 19:25 “I know that my Redeemer Lives, and He will stand on the Earth in the Last Days. And though after death worms consume my body, yet in my flesh will I see God, whom my own eyes will behold, and not another’s.”



Christians see the Sun God reflected in Christ. As the little baby son is born on winter solstice, the Mother and Father bed down with their newborn near the animals in the manger. Aries and Taurus falls to the western horizon before dawn.

The Winter Sun, newly arrived, but still weak with youth , relaxes sleepily for three days between December 21-24 before finaly opening his eyes and gaining strength on Christmas morn by rising one degree northward on December 25th. The promise of the Tree of Life (Christmas tree) with the orbs of the spirits and loved ones who passed on is reflected in the ornaments of the tree and garland being the snakes path on the Kabbalah. We long for life and immortality, So important is this Son/ Suns birth to restore life to the dead, that we celebrate with gifts and symbolism.

He continually grows and gains in strength with the promise of Vernal Equinox making him plumper and stronger as the buds of spring prepare in anticipation, the green shoots in the ground await to emerge.. (What little is known, is that the resurrection of Christ belongs to the body of the Goddess with March being recognized as the birthday of Mary Magdalene. Linda Goodman mentions this Spring Birth of Easter / Istarte in her books.)

Finaly in June and July, the six month old Sun Child Horus is robust and able to sit up on Mother Isis's lap, Hebrew word "Kisse" "seat" hence the Throne of God, at Summer Solstice, of Summer Deus. The child is finaly "lifted " to the Throne. (Revelation 12) Rev. 12:5-6. "And she brought forth a 'man-child,' who was to rule all nations with a 'Rod or Iron': and her child was caught up unto God, and to His throne. "

What was once the Midnight Sun Manger where Mary and Joseph bedded down for the baby, is now a celebration of joy during mid-day with Cancer and the Sun directly overhead in the daylight sky.





qoute: In astrology the sign Cancer, along with representing the Summer solstice, also represents the Moon. Crabs are influenced by the phases of the Moon and the tides which are governed by the Moon. Cancer also represents the mother, yet to my knowledge it has not been identified with any particular mother in mythology.

Hor-Apollo observes: "They say also that the beetle lives six months underground and six above". If he does, nature surely has cast him in the role of Proserpina [who is the Roman Kore], not to say that of the human soul, figuratively. The six lower signs typify incarnate life. But the beetle has further instruction for us. He observes that the beetle deposits its ball of eggs rolled in dung in the earth for the space of twenty-eight days--a lunar cycle--during which the moon passes through its smaller round of the twelve zodiacal signs. But on the twenty-ninth day, the day of the resurrection according to lunar markings, there occurs the baptism of the beetle. The Scarabaeus then casts his ball into the water. It opens to give birth to the young beetle. This immersion and baptism leads to renewal and regeneration. So Taht (Ptah) [Khepri?], the lunar god, was always declared to be self-created, never born. [The Lost Light by Alvin Boyd Kuhn]

The disease Cancer is the result of cells escaping normal control mechanisms and growing uncontrollably as a result.

-Constellation of words.



With the self born now a strong youth (summer also represents the sun God in his adult prime) , all that is left is to crown and celebrate the newly appointed King.



Christ entering Jerusalem and riding upon the Donkey is the sun crossing over Summer Solstice




Jesus Comes to Jerusalem as King

21 As they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, 2 saying to them, “Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me. 3 If anyone says anything to you, say that the Lord needs them, and he will send them right away.”

4 This took place to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet:

5 “Say to Daughter Zion,
‘See, your king comes to you,
gentle and riding on a donkey,
and on a colt, the foal of a donkey.’”

6 The disciples went and did as Jesus had instructed them. 7 They brought the donkey and the colt and placed their cloaks on them for Jesus to sit on. 8 A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. 9 The crowds that went ahead of him and those that followed shouted,

“Hosanna to the Son of David!”

“Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!”

“Hosanna in the highest heaven!”

Tucked within the Summer Solstice Constellation of Cancer, is the two donkey stars, Asellus Borealis is the (Northern Ass ) and Asellus Australis is the (Southern Ass)

Hence "the Sun/ Son" of God rides in a donkey...
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This is great! Thanks for all the bestest posts, I liked them all.....
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neonicotinoids

banned on dec. 1, 2013
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neonicotinoids

banned on dec. 1, 2013
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Banned in the US? That's great, really?
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neonicotinoids

banned on dec. 1, 2013
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Banned in the US? That's great, really?
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its what i read

seemed legit too

one of the reasons kerry went to meet putin recently
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IMMA BEE IMMA BE IMMA IMMA BEE
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windy

i dug up this thread from yesterday

seemed important to me

how did you respond to it so quickly today?

did you get an alert to activity on your posting?

please explain
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The Queen bee lays around 2,000 eggs per day and they are responsible for 80% of pollination.

Better take care of our bees!


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windy

i dug up this thread from yesterday

seemed important to me

how did you respond to it so quickly today?

did you get an alert to activity on your posting?

please explain
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If you are a member you can easily see if someone has posted on a thread that you have posted on. It's just a member thing. It is a good reason to become a member. I couldn't find much of anything back when I wasn't.
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I bump for bees

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Mystery solved, links with .ca in them don't post. :) YAY!

[link to prayingforoneday.wordpress.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org] This is a link to what is a growing mystery to Science and a great worry for Humans.
Albert Einstein theorised and it has been proven fact, that if all bees die out, so will Human kind.

I shouldn't have ended my chemtrails thread so hastily.

This article says that 80% of the bees on the planet have died out. Really?
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Mystery solved, links with .ca in them don't post. :) YAY!

[link to prayingforoneday.wordpress.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org] This is a link to what is a growing mystery to Science and a great worry for Humans.
Albert Einstein theorised and it has been proven fact, that if all bees die out, so will Human kind.

I shouldn't have ended my chemtrails thread so hastily.

This article says that 80% of the bees on the planet have died out. Really?
 Quoting: WindyMind


there are plenty of bees in my neighborhood pollenating all sorts flowers and fruits

im still concerned though, on a grander scale
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I don't really know there are conflicting reports on the bees. Seriously conflicting reports.
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All in good fun.....all bee posts welcome......one year on halloween I found some bee antennas and a bee tail or something at the fabric store, every other year I had spent a good amount of time making a cool halloween costume but I saw those and bought them thinking how easy a bee costume would be to make. I got some yellow duct tape and black garbage bag and put stripes on the bag and tore out a little hole in the top for her head and stuffed it with paper and tied it tight on the bottom. It was soo easy. She hated it.....for school I had to switch to her red clothes with a devils horns and tail because she wouldn't be a bee twice.

That is my bee story..........le bad idea for a halloween costume.
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i'm a king bee, buzzin round yo hive.
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To the best of my knowledge, bees are perfectly acceptable.

I am a beekeeper (5 hives) and am certainly seeing the problems first hand.
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All in good fun.....all bee posts welcome......one year on halloween I found some bee antennas and a bee tail or something at the fabric store, every other year I had spent a good amount of time making a cool halloween costume but I saw those and bought them thinking how easy a bee costume would be to make. I got some yellow duct tape and black garbage bag and put stripes on the bag and tore out a little hole in the top for her head and stuffed it with paper and tied it tight on the bottom. It was soo easy. She hated it.....for school I had to switch to her red clothes with a devils horns and tail because she wouldn't be a bee twice.

That is my bee story..........le bad idea for a halloween costume.
 Quoting: WindyMind


Silly be Halloween joke:

How do you scare a bee?

Boo-Bee
Life is karma and karma always reflects both past and present circumstance. Our time here is short, so choose carefully and behave well, for all of your tomorrows are presently being decided.

"Don't die on a small cross..." Saddletramp's Mom

"A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool."
-- William Shakespeare, born April 23, 1564.

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I welcome both sides of the bee issue on this thread.

The good, the bad and the ugly.

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