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lol
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Where castor pollux is, it is called bears lodge. It is inside the race track(circle of stars which Sirius is a part of).

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Oh, looking at this picture I now see it Egyptian style with tail ribs backbone and head. Impressive, lol

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So bears lodge came up again

[link to www.livescience.com]

Devils Tower is a sacred site to several Native American tribes, including the Arapaho, Crow, Lakota, Cheyenne, Kiowa and Shoshone. Traditional ceremonies still occur here. The tower is called "Bear's Tipi" by the Arapaho, "Bear’s Lodge" by the Cheyenne and "Tree Rock" by the Kiowa. Kiowa and Lakota tribal legend holds that the vertical marks found on the tower are a result of a giant bear's claws trying to climb the tower to reach a group of Indian maidens fleeing to the tower's summit. When the tower touched the sky, the seven maidens became the stars of the constellation Pleiades.

Maidens, daughters, sisters...same thing
Note, the bears lodge is within the race track circle of stars. I had a piece of paper that I wrote down and stuck in a book that had the 7 daughters, just found:
Ursula=little bear
Xenia=hospitality
Helena=torch/moon
Velda=power rule-inspired intelligence
Tara=goddess of the sea/tower/shining
Katrine=pure
Jasmine=gift from god


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peacocks don't bow remember, lol
Light topic

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Put rainbow there too
This cosmos pic is in many past cultures
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Now see the gate with komainu, lol
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For later

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This is how your brain constructs emotions

Book excerpt: How emotions are made

Simulations are your brain’s guesses of what’s happening in the world. In every waking moment, you’re faced with ambiguous, noisy information from your eyes, ears, nose, and other sensory organs. Your brain uses your past experiences to construct a hypothesis—the simulation—and compares it to the cacophony arriving from your senses. In this manner, simulation lets your brain impose meaning on the noise, selecting what’s relevant and ignoring the rest.

Simulation is the default mode for all mental activity. It also holds a key to unlocking the mystery of how the brain creates emotions.

Outside your brain, simulation can cause tangible changes in your body.

Each time your brain simulates sensory input, it prepares automatic changes in your body that have the potential to change your feeling.
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When whitey came to the indigenous Americas they eventually sterilized all sensory functions; foods(taking out ingredients), smells(got rid of and replaced chemicals), touch(buildings and tech) which leads back to what they believed when settling in the Americas.


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A for effort, F for fallout

Belief as a psychological weapon, you have to be a bullet not a bomb, duh lol

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That's why they always say arrow in mythos
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Hello fancyprance, yes its true, not all whitey is good, in fact the good is hidden deep within many .. and genocide is genocide .. now, then .. whenever .. simply part of a carefully engineered (long-term - within linear scale) program to integrate, manipulate and elliminate the 'threat' to control/power structure, played out over such a long time none of the dots seem to connect or make sense. humans simply don't live long enough to maintain the push or impetus to keep moving forward as well as being able to bring the past with them in continuum of aware, conscious memory, in full knowledge or truth, as in remember themselves and where they origin8te.
which has been blurred/oculted/occluded by theg tribal integration and reincarnation 'process'. some of whitey knows this. fancy that.

DJ<8>
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Flutes go with reeds and water which goes back to Enki and Enlil.
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Remember the square wave and the more narrow the pathway the more square the snakes movements, lol
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Mamba keeps coming up, lol. Goes back to Pan and his flute =P
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Okay so if I hadn't read that as Mambo...
I definitely get a more Amr Diab feel.



chuckle


Right away, there's Pan, near the Cedars, in Banias Springs.

"The spring at Banias initially originated in a large cave carved out of a sheer cliff face which was gradually lined with a series of shrines."

"The once very large spring gushed from the limestone cave, but an earthquake moved it to the foot of the natural terrace where it now seeps quietly from the bedrock, with a greatly reduced flow."

-the look reminds me of Petra.

The interesting thing for me is that this isn't just any spring, it's 1 of 3 tributaries to the Jordan River.

So it was ignored until the pagans and then the earthquake and then inhabited until the War of 1967 and then found itself in a highly contested area of ownership.

At the foot of Mount Hermon and North of Golan Heights.

The names are funny, I'd like to know what the 'modern' name, 'Banias' means in Arabic. The ancient name too. It went from Banias to Paneas - both for Pan. Not far from 'Dan'....and was said to be Laish. The place where Dan settled with Micah's idols. Although some said it was 'misidentified' as Laish which is 4km west.

I'm curious about the earthquake that moved the spring. It must have been fairly recently? You would think that would be easy to find considering the Jordan River was even referred to in Genesis...

It's not. rolleyes

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Put rainbow there too
This cosmos pic is in many past cultures
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That looks kinda odd.
"Green thunder strikes like lightning"
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Heya there Fancy.
How's going ?
"Green thunder strikes like lightning"
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Hello fancyprance, yes its true, not all whitey is good, in fact the good is hidden deep within many .. and genocide is genocide .. now, then .. whenever .. simply part of a carefully engineered (long-term - within linear scale) program to integrate, manipulate and elliminate the 'threat' to control/power structure, played out over such a long time none of the dots seem to connect or make sense. humans simply don't live long enough to maintain the push or impetus to keep moving forward as well as being able to bring the past with them in continuum of aware, conscious memory, in full knowledge or truth, as in remember themselves and where they origin8te.
which has been blurred/oculted/occluded by theg tribal integration and reincarnation 'process'. some of whitey knows this. fancy that.

DJ<8>
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It is about belief and information not about good or bad. What effect/affect does that have on everything? That was just an example because it is stemming from the the belief structure of one of the largest functions common today.

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Flutes go with reeds and water which goes back to Enki and Enlil.
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Remember the square wave and the more narrow the pathway the more square the snakes movements, lol
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Mamba keeps coming up, lol. Goes back to Pan and his flute =P
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Okay so if I hadn't read that as Mambo...
I definitely get a more Amr Diab feel.



chuckle


Right away, there's Pan, near the Cedars, in Banias Springs.

"The spring at Banias initially originated in a large cave carved out of a sheer cliff face which was gradually lined with a series of shrines."

"The once very large spring gushed from the limestone cave, but an earthquake moved it to the foot of the natural terrace where it now seeps quietly from the bedrock, with a greatly reduced flow."

-the look reminds me of Petra.

The interesting thing for me is that this isn't just any spring, it's 1 of 3 tributaries to the Jordan River.

So it was ignored until the pagans and then the earthquake and then inhabited until the War of 1967 and then found itself in a highly contested area of ownership.

At the foot of Mount Hermon and North of Golan Heights.

The names are funny, I'd like to know what the 'modern' name, 'Banias' means in Arabic. The ancient name too. It went from Banias to Paneas - both for Pan. Not far from 'Dan'....and was said to be Laish. The place where Dan settled with Micah's idols. Although some said it was 'misidentified' as Laish which is 4km west.

I'm curious about the earthquake that moved the spring. It must have been fairly recently? You would think that would be easy to find considering the Jordan River was even referred to in Genesis...

It's not. rolleyes

:-)
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Interesting how the people built over and over shrines.
Rofl, Micah's idols(past through inheritance), that figures.

Interesting that there is close by the ancient trade route Via Maris

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Via Maris is the modern name for an ancient trade route, dating from the early Bronze Age, linking Egypt with the northern empires of Syria, Anatolia and Mesopotamia — modern day Iran, Iraq, Israel, Turkey and Syria. In Latin, Via Maris means "way of the sea." It is a historic road that runs along the Israeli Mediterranean coast. It was the most important route from Egypt to Syria (the Fertile Crescent) which followed the coastal plain before crossing over into the plain of Jezreel and the Jordan valley.
The Via Maris (purple), King's Highway (red), and other ancient Levantine trade routes, c. 1300 BCE
Jezreel Valley with Via Maris in foreground

Its earlier name was "Way of the Philistines", a reference to a passageway through the Philistine Plain (which today consists of Israel's southern coastal plain and the Gaza Strip). The name "Via Maris" is not ancient and academic researchers prefer other names, for instance "International Trunk Road".[1]

Together with the King's Highway, the Via Maris was one of the major trade routes connecting Egypt and the Levant with Anatolia and Mesopotamia.
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Put rainbow there too
This cosmos pic is in many past cultures
[link to www.webpages.uidaho.edu]
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That looks kinda odd.
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Same as Egyptain with Nut. Same as this

[link to www.crystalinks.com]

What is really interesting is the inverted bow of the taboret and Shinto which Egyptian head rests show similar, lol

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

A taboret (also spelled tabouret or tabourette) or stool refers to two different pieces of furniture: a cabinet or a stool.

And what is funny is all the children stories about a magical tree that was shaped into a closet to transport to different worlds=P
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Heya there Fancy.
How's going ?
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Heya S__

Good chuckle How are you?
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There was forms of writing at the mounds but was it by the mound builders?

Before visible writing which was probably seen as stone age tech by the stone builders, the stone builders held the information in the structures itself.


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A time crystal or space-time crystal is an open system in non-equilibrium with its environment that exhibits time translation symmetry breaking (TTSB). It is impossible for a time crystal to be in equilibrium with its environment. The idea of a time crystal was first put forward by Nobel laureate and professor at MIT Frank Wilczek in 2012.[a] Space-time crystals extend the ordinary three-dimensional symmetry seen in crystals to include the fourth dimension of time; a time crystal spontaneously breaks the symmetry of time translation. The crystal's pattern repeats not in space, but in time, which remarkably allows for the crystal to be in perpetual motion.

Like anything, nature shows this variously in everything for good or worse. Could say slavery and Solomon topic too as people utilize or harness things they don't understand in the only way they could at the time.


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This goes

[link to www.livescience.com]

Ancient Pueblo Used Golden Ratio to Build the Sun Temple

The Great Pyramids in Giza, the Parthenon in Athens and Chichen Itza in Mexico have something in common. Besides attracting hordes of tourists, all of these architectural wonders appear to use the golden ratio.

Now, shapes with the golden ratio, as well as other geometric shapes, have been found in another, unexpected site: the Sun Temple at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, built by the ancient Pueblo people who lived in what is now the modern-day Southwest; they had no known written language or written number system.

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Remember why religious groups like to build dome like structures to get the float? lol
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The understanding of crystals shape outside the magnetosphere by the stone builders helped to form the crystals that were caused a different shape inside the magnetosphere into the shape of outside.
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Clarke: The wave of radiation will kill everything in its path.
We didn't treat her.
Abby: Her body's rejecting the radiation on its own.
There's only one variable that separates Luna from the others.
Nightblood.
I should be going to the island to make Nightblood.
If Jaha's right and Becca created Nightblood there, they'll find her records, and all they have to do is reverse-engineer it from Luna, and everyone lives.
If they can get it done before the radiation gets here.
I guess we'd better finish the ship.
They told us that you have a Nightblood.
Nightblood helps metabolize radiation.
We're investigating ways to create it for everyone so we can all survive.

Nightblood was designed to help the human body not reject the AI and protect it against radiation emitted from the device.
That's why it saved Luna.
That's why it'll save us all if we can figure out how she made these cells combine.

Seizure? Mm-hmm.
No.
No.
That Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
- It was like my brain - Hey.
was operating with such with such intensity.
It was so real, like I was space-walking again, zero-g with no suit.
[Raven sighs] I'm not crazy.
No.
No one thinks you are.
Weightlessness.
Abby, what happened when you tried to get the Nightblood protein to bond with Luna's DNA? The structure of the RNA fell apart.
- Why? - Abby, she just had a seizure.
Raven: Because I think I know why Becca couldn't make it work in this lab.
Computer, show me prototype Nightblood RNA binding in a zero-g environment.
It would work.
Computer: Simulation complete.
You hallucination told you this? Yes.
When I imagined I was weightless, my neurons must have been firing faster than my conscious mind could process.
Communicating through your subconscious.
Exactly.
How do we simulate zero gravity in a laboratory environment? We can't.
It's impossible.
It's impossible on earth.

heehee
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Put rainbow there too
This cosmos pic is in many past cultures
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That looks kinda odd.
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Same as Egyptain with Nut. Same as this

[link to www.crystalinks.com]

What is really interesting is the inverted bow of the taboret and Shinto which Egyptian head rests show similar, lol

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

A taboret (also spelled tabouret or tabourette) or stool refers to two different pieces of furniture: a cabinet or a stool.

And what is funny is all the children stories about a magical tree that was shaped into a closet to transport to different worlds=P
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"The gigantic dolmen at Kibbutz Shamir is without doubt an indication of public construction that required a significant amount of manpower over a considerable period of time," study leader Gonen Sharon, an archaeologist at Israel's Tel-Hai College, said in a statement.

When the archaeologists went into the central chamber and looked up at the underside of the massive capstone, they saw abstract carvings.

"This is the first art ever documented in a dolmen in the Middle East," Uri Berger, an archaeologist with the Israel Antiquities Authority, said in a statement.

Though most of the forms are visible to the naked eye, the researchers used a 3D scanner to get a better look at the rock art. They counted 14 engraved shapes, each consisting of a straight line connected to the center of an arc. (The shapes almost resemble anchors or arrows.) The meaning of the artwork is unknown.
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ohyeah
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I have been immersed in Petra over the last couple of days..looking at those routes and others.



'The Mysterious Nabataeans'.

JC-0bhwg

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Female Trinity,
"The Goddesses Al-Uzza, Al-Lat and Menat formed a triad in pre-Islamic Arabia. They were widely worshipped: from Nabatean Petra in the North to the legendary Kingdoms of Arabia Felix in the South, including Saba, the Biblical Sheba; as far east as Iran and Palmyra; and the three of them were very popular Goddesses in Mecca at the time of Mohammed."

"Sometimes the three of them are referred to as the daughters of Al-Lah; sometimes Manat and Al-Lat are considered daughters of Al-Uzza.
Al-Uzza, "the Strong One", was one of the most venerated Arab Deities, and the Goddess of the morning and evening star, Venus. She had a temple at Petra (though which one that was has not been determined), and may well have been the patron Goddess of that city"

Al-Lat, whose name is a contraction of al-Illahat, "the Goddess", called "the Mother of the Gods", or "Greatest of All". She is a Goddess of Springtime and Fertility, the Earth-Goddess who brings prosperity.

Manat or Manawayat derives Her name from Arabic maniya, "fate, destruction, doom, death", or menata, "part, portion, that which is alloted". She is a very ancient Deity and Her cult may precede both Al-Uzza's and Al-Lat's. Her cult was widespread, though She was particularly worshipped as a black stone at Quidaid, near Mecca. She is connected with the great pilgrimage, as Her sanctuary was the starting point for several tribes. She is known from Nabatean inscriptions, and tombs were placed under Her protection, asking Her to curse violators. She is accordingly a Goddess of Death,

"The three were worshipped as uncut aniconic stones."

Nabataeans of Petra and God-blocks
[link to nabataea.net]



What if Muhammad was not from Mecca but Petra?




If Petra was really Mecca then maybe Mada'in Saleh (another Nabataean site South of Petra) is the real Medina(also South of Petra and near to Mada'in Saleh).


How interesting then that the female Trinity, 'Allah's Daughters', come up for me again while reading about Muhammad. They are mentioned in the Quran and are in fact the reason for the 'Satanic Verses' incident..

"The Satanic Verses incident, known as qissat al-gharaniq (Story of the Cranes), is the name given to the alleged occasion on which the Islamic Prophet Muhammad is said to have mistaken the words of "satanic suggestion" for divine revelation."

"Have ye thought upon Al-Lat and Al-‘Uzzá
and Manat, the third, the other?" (53:19,20)

'Satanic influence':
"These are the exalted gharniq, whose intercession is hoped for." (53:21,22)

Changed to:
Are yours the males and His the females?
That indeed is an unfair division!
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Then there's the 'Birmingham Qu'ran',

a few pages of a Qu'ran were found inside another manuscript owned by the University of Birmingham, in 2015. The script is in Hijazi, which is interesting as it's the area of Mada'in Saleh, Medina and Mecca.

The issue is that it appears to have been from the time of Muhammad even though the traditional narrative is that the Qu'ran was compiled after his death.

hmm



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Put rainbow there too
This cosmos pic is in many past cultures
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That looks kinda odd.
 Quoting: >S<


Same as Egyptain with Nut. Same as this

[link to www.crystalinks.com]

What is really interesting is the inverted bow of the taboret and Shinto which Egyptian head rests show similar, lol

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

A taboret (also spelled tabouret or tabourette) or stool refers to two different pieces of furniture: a cabinet or a stool.

And what is funny is all the children stories about a magical tree that was shaped into a closet to transport to different worlds=P
 Quoting: Fancypantz


[link to www.livescience.com]

"The gigantic dolmen at Kibbutz Shamir is without doubt an indication of public construction that required a significant amount of manpower over a considerable period of time," study leader Gonen Sharon, an archaeologist at Israel's Tel-Hai College, said in a statement.

When the archaeologists went into the central chamber and looked up at the underside of the massive capstone, they saw abstract carvings.

"This is the first art ever documented in a dolmen in the Middle East," Uri Berger, an archaeologist with the Israel Antiquities Authority, said in a statement.

Though most of the forms are visible to the naked eye, the researchers used a 3D scanner to get a better look at the rock art. They counted 14 engraved shapes, each consisting of a straight line connected to the center of an arc. (The shapes almost resemble anchors or arrows.) The meaning of the artwork is unknown.

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You probably noticed but if not, Shamir is just a few miles south of Banias. :-)
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An origin story of purpose



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Duat (pronounced "do-aht") (also Tuat and Tuaut or Akert, Amenthes, Amenti, or Neter-khertet) was the realm of the dead in ancient Egyptian mythology. It was the realm of the deity Osiris and the residence of other gods and supernatural beings. The Duat was the region through which the sun god Ra traveled from west to east during the night, and where he battled Apep. It was also the place where people's souls went after death for judgement, though that was not the full extent of the afterlife.[1] Burial chambers formed touching-points between the mundane world and the Duat, and spirits could use tombs to travel back and forth from the Duat.
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Ah...triggered the duat programming.

Yes...land of the dead=valley of the shadow of death=common grave (sheol)=perdition. In this case vibrationally you go to "worlds"/dimensions (inside of you) that are not earth but very similar with different rules than earth operates. This is the spiritual realm and the pit you go to during the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Actually, I think this is more akin to the "life review" talked about by the new agers where the machine tries to force reincarnation on you and not always as a human. That's why they're always parading their dogs and children at you...it's either your "sheep" or a threat or a combination of both. Lot's of illusions here but this whole thing is an illusion.

Please don't call me those apollyon the fallen are not my friends. No one is. I walk with GOD (inside me). :)
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I have been immersed in Petra over the last couple of days..looking at those routes and others.



'The Mysterious Nabataeans'.

JC-0bhwg

tounge



Female Trinity,
"The Goddesses Al-Uzza, Al-Lat and Menat formed a triad in pre-Islamic Arabia. They were widely worshipped: from Nabatean Petra in the North to the legendary Kingdoms of Arabia Felix in the South, including Saba, the Biblical Sheba; as far east as Iran and Palmyra; and the three of them were very popular Goddesses in Mecca at the time of Mohammed."

"Sometimes the three of them are referred to as the daughters of Al-Lah; sometimes Manat and Al-Lat are considered daughters of Al-Uzza.
Al-Uzza, "the Strong One", was one of the most venerated Arab Deities, and the Goddess of the morning and evening star, Venus. She had a temple at Petra (though which one that was has not been determined), and may well have been the patron Goddess of that city"

Al-Lat, whose name is a contraction of al-Illahat, "the Goddess", called "the Mother of the Gods", or "Greatest of All". She is a Goddess of Springtime and Fertility, the Earth-Goddess who brings prosperity.

Manat or Manawayat derives Her name from Arabic maniya, "fate, destruction, doom, death", or menata, "part, portion, that which is alloted". She is a very ancient Deity and Her cult may precede both Al-Uzza's and Al-Lat's. Her cult was widespread, though She was particularly worshipped as a black stone at Quidaid, near Mecca. She is connected with the great pilgrimage, as Her sanctuary was the starting point for several tribes. She is known from Nabatean inscriptions, and tombs were placed under Her protection, asking Her to curse violators. She is accordingly a Goddess of Death,

"The three were worshipped as uncut aniconic stones."

Nabataeans of Petra and God-blocks
[link to nabataea.net]



What if Muhammad was not from Mecca but Petra?




If Petra was really Mecca then maybe Mada'in Saleh (another Nabataean site South of Petra) is the real Medina(also South of Petra and near to Mada'in Saleh).


How interesting then that the female Trinity, 'Allah's Daughters', come up for me again while reading about Muhammad. They are mentioned in the Quran and are in fact the reason for the 'Satanic Verses' incident..

"The Satanic Verses incident, known as qissat al-gharaniq (Story of the Cranes), is the name given to the alleged occasion on which the Islamic Prophet Muhammad is said to have mistaken the words of "satanic suggestion" for divine revelation."

"Have ye thought upon Al-Lat and Al-‘Uzzá
and Manat, the third, the other?" (53:19,20)

'Satanic influence':
"These are the exalted gharniq, whose intercession is hoped for." (53:21,22)

Changed to:
Are yours the males and His the females?
That indeed is an unfair division!
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]


Then there's the 'Birmingham Qu'ran',

a few pages of a Qu'ran were found inside another manuscript owned by the University of Birmingham, in 2015. The script is in Hijazi, which is interesting as it's the area of Mada'in Saleh, Medina and Mecca.

The issue is that it appears to have been from the time of Muhammad even though the traditional narrative is that the Qu'ran was compiled after his death.

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Yeah, that goes with stoning the devil act of Hajj. No one really has explained what stone pillars were used for all over the earth nor by whom.
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An origin story of purpose



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Duat (pronounced "do-aht") (also Tuat and Tuaut or Akert, Amenthes, Amenti, or Neter-khertet) was the realm of the dead in ancient Egyptian mythology. It was the realm of the deity Osiris and the residence of other gods and supernatural beings. The Duat was the region through which the sun god Ra traveled from west to east during the night, and where he battled Apep. It was also the place where people's souls went after death for judgement, though that was not the full extent of the afterlife.[1] Burial chambers formed touching-points between the mundane world and the Duat, and spirits could use tombs to travel back and forth from the Duat.
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Ah...triggered the duat programming.

Yes...land of the dead=valley of the shadow of death=common grave (sheol)=perdition. In this case vibrationally you go to "worlds"/dimensions (inside of you) that are not earth but very similar with different rules than earth operates. This is the spiritual realm and the pit you go to during the baptism of the Holy Spirit.

Actually, I think this is more akin to the "life review" talked about by the new agers where the machine tries to force reincarnation on you and not always as a human. That's why they're always parading their dogs and children at you...it's either your "sheep" or a threat or a combination of both. Lot's of illusions here but this whole thing is an illusion.

Please don't call me those apollyon the fallen are not my friends. No one is. I walk with GOD (inside me). :)
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Knowing the differences of light might be a good thing, lol
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The Egyptians say that the divine right of kings was taught how to restore order and balance and avert chaos. And by uniting upper and lower Egypt and restoring Ma'at, threat of crisis averted. It was tied by lotus plants on the windpipe.


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This was about Ramses
Ramses trained on the concept called Ma'at which was how to maintain divine order and balance. When Ma'at was upheld, Egypt would prosper and enemies would be subjugated. Let Ma'at be disturbed and chaos would result. The transfer of power was the crowns of upper and lower egypt with the accepted crook and flail of rulership. The uraeus on his brow to protect and destroy. With that Ma'at was restored with chaos averted. Being new god incarnate.


Thread: Archaeologists in Egypt uncover huge statue supposedly of a Ramses 2 ...With Elongated skull

Scroll down in link for pic of head.


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Archaeologists working under difficult conditions in Cairo have discovered an ancient statue submerged in mud.

A joint German-Egyptian research team found the 8-meter (26-foot) quartzite statue beneath the water level in a Cairo slum and suggests that it depicts Ramses II, according to Rueters.


The team was working at what was once Heliopolis, one of the oldest cities in ancient Egypt and the cult center for the sun god.




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It is known from Brien Foerster that the elongated skull people had a different structure to their brains. More front to back hemispheres than side to side hemispheres like modern man. It could be seen where this is going with modern man skulls and chaos/rulership=P

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I wonder if anyone thinks about why there is lawlessness(aka deadwood) at what is known as sacred sites, whether physical locations or cyber locations and that a percentage of people who can feel field effect are drawn to these places. Goes back to the Egyptian tying of upper and lower Egypt and knowing where you are. That lawlessness is magnetic effects that it has on the place and the people.
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Note the ka, lol
To cause deadwood(lawless) to become alive(lawful) without burning it upcool2

Goes back to cain and abel telepathy topic.
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They are still talking about this

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Does An Anomaly In The Earth’s Magnetic Field Portend A Coming Pole Reversal?

The Earth is blanketed by a magnetic field. It’s what makes compasses point north, and protects our atmosphere from continual bombardment from space by charged particles such as protons. Without a magnetic field, our atmosphere would slowly be stripped away by harmful radiation, and life would almost certainly not exist as it does today.

You might imagine the magnetic field is a timeless, constant aspect of life on Earth, and to some extent you would be right. But Earth’s magnetic field actually does change. Every so often – on the order of several hundred thousand years or so – the magnetic field has flipped. North has pointed south, and vice versa. And when the field flips it also tends to become very weak.

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Anomaly again ?
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He was a good man in the end.
I offered him temptation, and he withstood it.
I'll bet he was imagining your little face when you opened the front door and found him standing there, sober, victorious, with your brother in his arms.
[Chuckles] Instead, you got news he died a drunken failure.
[Sternly] Stop talking.
Now fight for your life if you think it's worth it.
[Both grunting] What the hell?! No.
[Panting] That bastard admitted he killed my father! If you take this from me, I will never, never forgive you! [Breathing heavily] Yes, he killed your father.
But he also told you about his final moments that he resisted temptation And it didn't work! He still died.
I thought he didn't fight for us, but he did.
[Voice breaking] He fought with everything he had.
He did the right thing.
And it wasn't enough! So what if what if Gideon comes back stronger and kills Emma? What if I can't be with Snow ever again? What if being "Prince Charming" isn't enough, and I start losing and it keeps going, and I lose everything that matters to me?! All right.
I'll step aside.
You can kill this man if you think it'll make you feel stronger.
But think about your father.
He wanted to look you in the eye.
Do you want to be able to look back? [Sobbing] It's all right.

You okay? I think so.
[Chuckles] I owe you an apology.
You were the noble one, not me.
And I'm sorry it cost you more than I realized it would.
And I'm sorry I risked what you're making with Emma.
So you think I'm good enough for her? You've done the hardest thing anyone can do.
You've changed.
And today, you saved me from a terrible mistake, and I I don't know if I'm gonna be able to pay you back.
As luck would have it, I might have an idea.
There's one way for you not to lose your family and that's to let it grow.


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The ritual re-enacts Abraham pilgrimage to Mecca as explained by the Muslim historian al-Azraqi:

"When he [Abraham] left Mina and was brought down to (the defile called) al-Aqaba, the Devil appeared to him at Stone-Heap of the Defile. Gabriel (Jibrayil) said to him: "Pelt him!" so Abraham threw seven stones at him so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Middle Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Little Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones like the little stones for throwing with a sling. So the Devil withdrew from him."[5]

All three jamart represent the devil: the first and largest represents his temptation of Abraham against sacrificing Ishmael; the second represents the temptation of Abraham's wife Hagar to induce her to stop him; the third represents his temptation of Ishmael to avoid being sacrificed. He was rebuked each time, and the throwing of the stones symbolizes those rebukes.


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Jesus and the woman taken in adultery – a passage known as the Pericope Adulterae or Pericope de Adultera – is a famous passage (pericope) found in the Gospel of John 7:53-8:11. In this episode, after Jesus has sat down in the temple to teach some of the people, after he spent the previous night at the Mount of Olives, a group of scribes and Pharisees confront Jesus, interrupting his teaching session. They bring in an adulteress, and invite Jesus to pass judgment upon her: should she be stoned, as Moses taught,[2] or not? Jesus first ignores the interruption, and writes on the ground as though he does not hear them. But after the religious leaders continue their challenge, he states that the one who is without sin is the one who should cast the first stone. The religious leaders depart, leaving Jesus and the woman in the midst of the crowd. Jesus then asks the woman if anyone has condemned her. When she answers that no one has condemned her, Jesus says that he, too, does not condemn her, and tells her to go and sin no more.

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