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Divine Colors Conclusion: Echoes of the Past

 
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Valkyries, the dark Repha’im who, like the Morganas, did a bit of moonlighting (literally!) and doubled up as Swan Knights on their days off. The tongue pointed at one intimated that the act of ones selection was inevitable and irreversible, and meant also that your enemy, by doing this and thus "revealing his spirit" his Kou or Ka, after taking your own, considered you to be no threat at all. Is it any wonder that the church drew upon such images to populate their demonologies?

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Not only was it likely that one would die horribly anyway, that being the nature of classical warfare, especially against the Lords of Death, the vampiric, cannibalistic Scythians, but if one were selected (Valkyrie comes from the word ’to select’) ones soul, post mortem, was destined to become either the food of savage gods or the slave of foreign chieftains.
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I have watched that /z\ occur with birds and animals several times here in andalusia

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amazing tounge
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well, first time we acknowledge the sacred valley and eostre appears tounge
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Lily of the Valley

Convallaria majalis commonly known as the Lily of the Valley

n Germanic mythology lilies are associated with the virgin goddess of spring Ostara. The lily symbolizes life to Pagans and the blooming of lily of the valley flower heralds the feast of Ostara. The sweet fragrance and whiteness of the flowers symbolize the humility and purity of its patron goddess
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and what comes with that
this does
thus far in every location on gaia but 1 we discover the following

in every location on gaia thus far the structures are older than the beliefs of the location the structures are within

in every location on gaia there is structure older than the local indigenous belief and the most common practice was for the indigenous locals to artificially deform themselves to look like something they are not
and
only royalty and priest hood was allowed to artificially deform themselves to look different

in every location on gaia there are structures older than the local beliefs no indigenous locals in any location ever possessed the tools to construct the structures

in no location on gaia thus far are the dead bodies of anyone found who is not of local indigenous descent

the 1 location on gaia that is different is the sacred valley
it has the structures
it has the dead bodies of the people in who`s likeness deformation was utilized to copy their look by royalty and priesthood at the other locations on gaia where structure is older than local belief exists
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The lines of the fleur de lys’ basic structure pass through two planes and two angles to form a St Andrews Cross overlaid upon a Greek Cross in the manner employed to create the Norse binding runes. From the evolution of this figure it is thought that the Chirho was developed as a later form of the Ankh.

The Chi Rho, is the symbol for the symbol for the Swan Knights, is developed from the Ankh itself which in turn forms the basis for the fleur de lys. In Melusine’s time the field of lilies, the arms of Anjou, represented the Pictish virgin princesses coveted by other dynasties, which are the lilies featured in the earlier Song of Solomon.


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the various Goddesses mentioned herein, are the Bruidhinas, the Morrigan/Valkyries and Swan princesses of the Dragon Dynasty which the Swan Knights were sworn to protect. Their symbol IS the Chi Rho Ankh which, instead of just representing the XP, the first letters of the name of Christ the Man, latterly conceals the true nature and gender of the Christos itself, which is of the rtu of the Ankh, the Goddess.

Consequently the Chi Rho itself is a female Dragon symbol related to both Morgana and Melusine, as well as all the other Ladies of the Lake, mermaids, naiads, nixes, virgin priestesses and so forth. The earlier history of the Chi Rho, the Ankh and the Haegl rune which forms the fleur de lys can be found in the development of Mesopotamian cuneiform from earlier Sumerian pictograms.


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The common translation of the word Christ is "anointed one". Libatio, from the root libare, meaning ’to taste’, ’to pour’ (as Mary of Bethany is said to have anointed Christ) is however, closely related to this concept. Libare is related to the Greek leibein, to pour, drop by drop, translated as ’to pour out (wine etc.) in honour of a god’ OED.

Wine is not uniquely specified, but any liquid; meaning that Libare and Libatio are not solely confined to the act of the libation of wine to a god. It has been suggested that some Greeks would argue that ’Christos’ meant gold and that would then intimate that the idea of anointing, in relation to the Grail, was derivative and attributive.

In the Greek Orthodox Bible Christ is described as the ’Golden One’ from crusos - Crusos - Gold; rather than cristos Cristos - To anoint. Here we are back to Christ as the ’red-gold’ flow, an anointing or libation of virgin blood of the Labrus or Labia. Libare is also related to Liber or Bacchus the god of "wine" and here we are reminded of the later christian doctrine of transubstantiation and their substitute of wine for blood.


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Thanks for the links Ava

interesting reading
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Thanks for the links Ava

interesting reading
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No problem. It's good stuff :)
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Starfire

The common translation of the word Christ is "anointed one". Libatio, from the root libare, meaning ’to taste’, ’to pour’ (as Mary of Bethany is said to have anointed Christ) is however, closely related to this concept. Libare is related to the Greek leibein, to pour, drop by drop, translated as ’to pour out (wine etc.) in honour of a god’ OED.

Wine is not uniquely specified, but any liquid; meaning that Libare and Libatio are not solely confined to the act of the libation of wine to a god. It has been suggested that some Greeks would argue that ’Christos’ meant gold and that would then intimate that the idea of anointing, in relation to the Grail, was derivative and attributive.

In the Greek Orthodox Bible Christ is described as the ’Golden One’ from crusos - Crusos - Gold; rather than cristos Cristos - To anoint. Here we are back to Christ as the ’red-gold’ flow, an anointing or libation of virgin blood of the Labrus or Labia. Libare is also related to Liber or Bacchus the god of "wine" and here we are reminded of the later christian doctrine of transubstantiation and their substitute of wine for blood.


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"labyrinth"

I have just noticed something
in the context of your post labyrinth translates into
the cup you drink from

the context is the cave we are within symbol in your dream
kiva expereince
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you know just as when we go the other side of heaven (magnetosphere) we feel completly different because the structure and function of all things we experience is completly different and the general feeling experiences is "overview effect"
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going underground into the designed kiva`s and hypogeum`s are constructed to do the same because they remove us from the structure and functional effects of surface experience and heighten our altered state experiences
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But then are you not saying that 'we' are a totally natural and natured part of this planet!

In which case our being on the surface is the place we are meant to be?

So this leads one to think that we are Gaia!

1dunno1
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yes, it is our spark of life origin thus our natural "home" memory
this is tricky topic for me cos i possess a real to me memory of not this location thus my "home" memory is non material dimension sensation which means (real to me) i come to gaia and i go from gaia as in:
gaia is a location i know along my way of locations i go to thus i do not possess a home memory of gaia i possess a fondness/love for gaia cos it is wonderful to be here thus i am a gaia fan boy tounge
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Starfire

The common translation of the word Christ is "anointed one". Libatio, from the root libare, meaning ’to taste’, ’to pour’ (as Mary of Bethany is said to have anointed Christ) is however, closely related to this concept. Libare is related to the Greek leibein, to pour, drop by drop, translated as ’to pour out (wine etc.) in honour of a god’ OED.

Wine is not uniquely specified, but any liquid; meaning that Libare and Libatio are not solely confined to the act of the libation of wine to a god. It has been suggested that some Greeks would argue that ’Christos’ meant gold and that would then intimate that the idea of anointing, in relation to the Grail, was derivative and attributive.

In the Greek Orthodox Bible Christ is described as the ’Golden One’ from crusos - Crusos - Gold; rather than cristos Cristos - To anoint. Here we are back to Christ as the ’red-gold’ flow, an anointing or libation of virgin blood of the Labrus or Labia. Libare is also related to Liber or Bacchus the god of "wine" and here we are reminded of the later christian doctrine of transubstantiation and their substitute of wine for blood.


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"labyrinth"

I have just noticed something
in the context of your post labyrinth translates into
the cup you drink from

the context is the cave we are within symbol in your dream
kiva expereince
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In Gaelic Scythian this ability and the name corresponding to it was called the Sidhe, a term used to describe and name the Irish fairies, the Tuadha d’Anu or Tuatha de Danaan as they were later called, a race of priest kings or druid princes.

The Web of Dreams relates to both the witches’ knotted ball and the Web of Wyrd or Fate (fata-fairy) and in the Scythian and Celtic cosmology, the power associated with it was thought to reside in the Otherworld, the realm of the gods (druidic ancestors) which was entered via trance or dream states, achieved whilst the druid or druidess occupied the fairy hills, the mortuary raths where the forefathers were buried.

The witch, as a seer or Merlin in Scythian culture and society, consequently belonged to an exclusive genome within a distinct holy and royal caste of overlords, which is reflected in the Gaelic word for a witch - Druidhe - which is pronounced Drui and is related to Draoi and Dracoi, meaning a dragon. Drui itself means Man (or Woman) of the Tree (not men of the oaks, as some have suggested) and is also related to the Sanskrit dru, meaning to run. This is associated with the ritual of running the labyrinth, with which we will deal in due course.

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Heaven was the otherworld, not a place up in the stars, but a state of being which was adjacent to our own dimension - called sometimes the mirror-world, most competently described, more than once, in the Mabinogion - which could be freely entered and left by the gods of Heaven and Earth, the Portal Guardians. In this place, also known as Elphame, Hades, Hel, Caer Glas and Tir Na n’og there dwelt the essences of the previous gods of Heaven and Earth who had passed on to become the transcended ones, the ’antecessors’ or ancestors of the later witches.

By dwelling in tombs the gods of Heaven and Earth, the Danaan Queens and Kings, made contact with their ancestor Gods and passed their wisdom and edicts on to mankind. Today we might call this process invocation.

These gods are carried in the blood and by invocation, we bring their qualities and identities to the forefront of conscious being and give them voice. These druidic gods and goddesses of Heaven and Earth were effectively the highest overlords on Earth, the elven rulers of the human kings and queens who ruled beneath them.


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mindblown

Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.

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Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.
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something locally (Gaia) experiences us all individually constantly

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Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.
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something locally (Gaia) experiences us all individually constantly

hi
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chuckle
sorry ta burst on ze thread

Heya
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Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.
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something locally (Gaia) experiences us all individually constantly

hi
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chuckle
sorry ta burst on ze thread

Heya
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Glad you're here Sol :)
cheers
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mindblown

Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.
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something locally (Gaia) experiences us all individually constantly

hi
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chuckle
sorry ta burst on ze thread

Heya
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A telluric current (from Latin tellūs, "earth"), or Earth current, is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern.
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emotional topic

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Such a level of co-operation could only be achieved in the ability of all the subscribers to the 'code' being able to communicate at the same level of understanding and with the same degree of experiential intensity and the same semeiological and semantic inflection at the same time. Service to otherswithout thought of self requires others to serve you with equal dedication and devotion if you and the group - collectively - are to survive.
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something locally (Gaia) experiences us all individually constantly

hi
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chuckle
sorry ta burst on ze thread

Heya
 Quoting: Sol-tari


A telluric current (from Latin tellūs, "earth"), or Earth current, is an electric current which moves underground or through the sea. Telluric currents result from both natural causes and human activity, and the discrete currents interact in a complex pattern.
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emotional topic

nice to meet you
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broadening global (local) consciousness meaning
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Charroux thus concluded that the trident carving could have been drawn millennia ago and yet still have avoided any significant erosion. The trident symbol at Paracas is a major clue to its origin. According to local legend, this carved trident represents the lightning rod of the God Viracocha, who was worshipped throughout South America under various names such as Rimac.

We find similar depictions of such a god in Mesopotamia. Scholars of Near Eastern divinities will immediately recognize him as “the Storm God ”. The largest temple at Baalbek once contained a golden statue of this Storm God, who was recognized as the head of the triad worshipped there.

The storm God was known to the Sumerians by the name Ishkur, meaning “Far Mountain Lands”, and this God was usually shown with a tool in one hand and a forked lightning in the other (Figure 42 a, b & c).


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The weeping God, Ishkur, reasserted his authority, first by carving his trident on a mountainside quite separate from the desert plain, and then by punishing the guilty parties. We know from ancient texts that a typical punishment of the Gods was banishment or exile. Easter Island would have made an ideal and convenient location.


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when most of the slaves returned to Mesopotamia c. 2200 BC, one group was exiled on Easter Island. The moai statues were modelled with the serious features of their custodians in an attempt to attract their attention and sympathy. It was an act of dedication that we might even view as an apology in stone.


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Many archaeologists suggest that "[the] statues were thus symbols of authority and power, both religious and political. But they were not only symbols. To the people who erected and used them, they were actual repositories of sacred spirit. Carved stone and wooden objects in ancient Polynesian religions, when properly fashioned and ritually prepared, were believed to be charged by a magical spiritual essence called mana." Archaeologists believe that the statues were a representation of the ancient Polynesians' ancestors.

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hi, good to see you. am trying to contact a few people. not sure if yours is one of the ones I have.
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what will you do to the people that cause contact to you because of what you do

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Charroux thus concluded that the trident carving could have been drawn millennia ago and yet still have avoided any significant erosion. The trident symbol at Paracas is a major clue to its origin. According to local legend, this carved trident represents the lightning rod of the God Viracocha, who was worshipped throughout South America under various names such as Rimac.

We find similar depictions of such a god in Mesopotamia. Scholars of Near Eastern divinities will immediately recognize him as “the Storm God ”. The largest temple at Baalbek once contained a golden statue of this Storm God, who was recognized as the head of the triad worshipped there.

The storm God was known to the Sumerians by the name Ishkur, meaning “Far Mountain Lands”, and this God was usually shown with a tool in one hand and a forked lightning in the other (Figure 42 a, b & c).


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storm god who's anger cumulates in devastation by flood is the god the Hebrews and other cultures within that locality ((Levant) is the god fear memory of god many people are forced to remember by experience through traditions today

this /z\ emotional cultural experience formed and sustained through memory (traditions)

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The weeping God, Ishkur, reasserted his authority, first by carving his trident on a mountainside quite separate from the desert plain, and then by punishing the guilty parties. We know from ancient texts that a typical punishment of the Gods was banishment or exile. Easter Island would have made an ideal and convenient location.


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For seven thousand years after the Flood, the fertile crescent of Mesopotamia had been waterlogged. Eventually, the situation improved and the Gods decided to rebuild their cities on the sites of the pre-Flood flight path. The first city to be rebuilt, we know, was Eridu c. 3800 BC.

The second was probably Nippur. But despite this sudden urge for new cities, no-one seems to have asked who physically built them. The technology may have come from the Gods, but who provided the muscle power? The list of cities built by Nimrod encompasses Babylon in 3450 BC, Agade in 2400 BC and Nineveh probably around 2300 BC.
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What brought the Saturnian Polar Configuration to an end was an interaction with the planet Jupiter, which at that time orbited much closer to the Sun. Jupiter is massive -- it has more mass than all the rest of the planets of the Solar System together. Jupiter is also stable. With an enormous mass and rotating at a period of 9 hours today, it represents almost all of the rotational momentum of the Solar System. Jupiter would not budge. It tore the gas giant Saturn apart -- or so it looked from the vantage point of Earth.

This became the Egyptian tale of Osiris (Saturn) who was killed and dismembered by his evil brother Seth (Jupiter), his body parts strewn along the Nile river (the river of the zodiac, at that time already visibly cluttered with dust) and resurrected as Horus (Mars). The sister of Osiris, Isis (Venus), collected his body parts for burial and was instrumental in his resurrection as Horus. Other Middle Eastern sources have similar tales. St. Paul readily equated the death and resurrection of Christ with that of Osiris. Throughout all of the world (except initially in Egypt) Jupiter (the name translates as "youth" or "the younger") gains ascendancy to become the new primary god. In Egypt, Jupiter is identified first as Seth, the evil killer of Osiris, but later, and certainly by the time of the first spells of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, as Osiris himself.
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The weeping God, Ishkur, reasserted his authority, first by carving his trident on a mountainside quite separate from the desert plain, and then by punishing the guilty parties. We know from ancient texts that a typical punishment of the Gods was banishment or exile. Easter Island would have made an ideal and convenient location.


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The important point is whether a largely hydrogen gas cloud in the inner solar system some few thousands of years ago could or would have caused orbits of planets (and moons) to circularize in short periods of time. If so, then the theory that some of the planets originated outside the solar system and one of them later went nova in the inner solar system where the group separated would be proven possible
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The kurgans which are scattered across the steppes contain many Scythian and Sarmatian relics and while the nomads successfully interacted with the Persian Achaemenid and Greek civilizations, they still preserved a unique culture of their own.
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The earliest known kurgans are dated to the 4th millennium BC in the Caucasus. Kurgan barrows were characteristic of Bronze Age peoples, and have been found from the Altay Mountains to the Caucasus, Ukraine, Romania, and Bulgaria. Kurgans were used in the Ukrainian and Russian steppes, their use spreading with migration into eastern, central, and northern Europe in the 3rd millennium BC.
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The varying cultures collectively called Mound Builders were inhabitants of North America who, during a 5,000-year period, constructed various styles of earthen mounds for religious and ceremonial, burial, and elite residential purposes. These included the Pre-Columbian cultures of the Archaic period; Woodland period (Adena and Hopewell cultures); and Mississippian period; dating from roughly 3500 BCE (the construction of Watson Brake) to the 16th century CE, and living in regions of the Great Lakes, the Ohio River Valley, and the Mississippi River valley and its tributary waters
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