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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i remember reading an article some time ago, about this fellow whom had placed blotting paper half in half out of a solution of metals and minerals, at different times of the year different minerals were drawn upwards through the paper, the forces involved being the different positions of the planets, each of which ,apparently has an affinity to certain metals or minerals, anyway this was a description of how planetary forces effect the subtle dilutions within our bodies, as well as the circulatory system of planet earth, but do we really think that we are going to in effect hit a wall in this manner to bring about so abrupt changes, i think not, maybe it is more that we would like our destiny to be totally taken out of human hands and put within the hands of the gods, it,s like spiritual suicide, to be so distraught and dissollusioned, we would rather believe that cycles of the universe car crash, into a cosmic wall rather than go on with us on board ,i dont think we matter that much.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

¿Que? ...?!
If yours was the longest unintelligible sentence ...

Dude, punctuate por favor!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry sir.
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think I get where you're coming from noplacebo after re-re-reading a few times. I thought maybe it was a google translation at first! Laughing

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i dont think we matter that much.


I'd like to think that we still DO in some Chaotic Butterfly Wings way.

You'll like this one SuperstarNeilC
Cool familiar graphics!

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

James D wrote:


I'd like to think that we still DO in some Chaotic Butterfly Wings way.

You'll like this one SuperstarNeilC
Cool familiar graphics!



mundane "blah blah blah"
profane "baa baa baa"

yes you are correct those graphics are 'cool' but far to familiar.
your REAL enlightenment begins now:
http://www.energyenhancement.org/chakras/chakra%20psychology/swastika.htm

You do realize that the SWASTIKA is the origin of the species?

Connected to both the Sun and the Moon?
Connected to the 'G'eometry of, but predates the star of david/hexagon?
Connected to the yin and the yang but predates the I-Ching?
Connected to both the mind and heart chakas?
Connected to Kether #1 on the Tree of Life?
Connected to pi, phi, the speed of light all embedded in the Great Pyramid?
Connected to vortexes, torsion fields, and tachyons?

And YES we can connect it to the Maya and the IDEA of an Atlantis too.
And I can even connect it to the work of Alex Gray whose 'artwork' based on his 'heART' at work contributed to the making of the video.
(my path and ALex's have crossed before)
His heARTwork we can connect to the heART Chakra which we can connect to the Buddha and Apollo who both have SWASTIKA emblazoned on their chest.

Could that treasure chest be the entry into the Ark, the holy of holies?
Wink

namaste

p.s. Did the reader get past what I wrote?

mundane "blah blah blah"
profane "baa baa baa"


NO?
Well i just proved using a fine tuned language HOW TO KEEP THE IGNORANT, the VULGAR, the MUNDANE, and the PROFANE, out of the temple.
See how easy it wass?
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2011 11:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

let's see, only 10 days til 2012 and stuff already is happening

So, which Mayas are we talking about?
How about the ones in Georgia, y'all?

http://www.examiner.com/architecture-design-in-national/massive-1-100-year-old-maya-site-discovered-georgia-s-mountains

.Massive 1,100+ year old Maya site discovered in Georgia's mountains


.Archaeological zone 9UN367 at Track Rock Gap, near Georgia’s highest mountain, Brasstown Bald, is a half mile (800 m) square and rises 700 feet (213 m) in elevation up a steep mountainside. Visible are at least 154 stone masonry walls for agricultural terraces, plus evidence of a sophisticated irrigation system and ruins of several other stone structures. Much more may be hidden underground. It is possibly the site of the fabled city of Yupaha, which Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto failed to find in 1540, and certainly one of the most important archaeological discoveries in recent times.

BLAIRSVILLE, GA (December 21, 2011) -- Around the year 800 AD the flourishing Maya civilization of Central America suddenly began a rapid collapse. A series of catastrophic volcanic eruptions were followed by two long periods of extreme drought conditions and unending wars between city states.

Cities and agricultural villages in the fertile, abundantly watered, Maya Highlands were the first to be abandoned. Here, for 16 centuries, Itza Maya farmers produced an abundance of food on mountainside terraces. Their agricultural surpluses made possible the rise of great cities in the Maya Lowlands and Yucatan Peninsula. When the combination of volcanic eruptions, wars and drought erased the abundance of food, famines struck the densely populated Maya Lowlands. Within a century, most of the cities were abandoned. However, some of the cities in the far north were taken over by the Itza Maya and thrived for two more centuries.


In 1839, English architect, Frederick Catherwood, and writer, John Stephens “rediscovered’ the Maya civilization on a two year long journey through southern Mexico. When their book on the journey was published in 1841, readers in Europe and North America were astounded that the indigenous peoples of the Americas could produce such an advanced culture. Architects in both continents immediately recognized the strong similarity in the architectural forms and town plans between southern Mexico and the Southeastern United States. Most agronomists were convinced that corn, beans and tobacco came to the natives of the United States and Canada from Mexico.

In the decades since Catherwood’s and Stephens’ book, archaeologists have not identified any ruins in the United States which they considered to be built by a people, who had originated in Mexico. This was primarily due to their unfamiliarity with the descendants of the Southeastern mound-builders . . . tribes such as the Creeks, Alabamas, Natchez, Chitimachas and Choctaws. In particular, the languages of the Creek Indians contain many Mesoamerican words.

Historians, architects and archaeologists have speculated for 170 years what happened to the Maya people. Within a few decades, the population of the region declined by about 15 million. Archaeologists could not find any region of Mexico or Central America that evidenced a significant immigration of Mayas during this period, except in Tamaulipas, which is a Mexican state that borders Texas on the Gulf of Mexico. However, Maya influence there, seemed to be limited to a few coastal trading centers. Where did the Maya refugees go? By the early 21st century, archaeologists had concluded that they didn’t go anywhere. They had died en masse.

The evidence was always there

In 1715 a Jewish lass named Liube, inscribed her name and the date on a boulder in Track Rock Gap. When Europeans first settled the Georgia Mountains in the early 1800s, they observed hundreds of fieldstone ruins, generally located either on mountaintops or the sides of mountains. These ruins consisted of fort-like circular structures, walls, Indian mounds veneered in stone, walls, terrace retaining walls or just piles of stones. Frontiersmen generally attributed these structures to the Indians, but the Cherokees, who briefly lived in the region in the late 1700s and early 1800s, at that time denied being their builders.

By the mid-20th century many Georgians held little reverence for Native American structures. Dozens of Indian mounds and stone masonry structures were scooped up by highway contractors to use in the construction of highways being funded by the Roosevelt Administration. Providing jobs and cheap construction materials seemed more important in the Depression than preserving the past.

During the late 20th century, the Georgia state government took an active role in preserving some of the stone ruins. Archaeologists surveyed a few sites. One of the better known ruins became Fort Mountain State Park. For the most part, however, the stone ruins remained outside the public consciousness.

In 1999 archaeologist Mark Williams of the University of Georgia and Director of the LAMAR Institute, led an archaeological survey of the Kenimer Mound, which is on the southeast side of Brasstown Bald in the Nacoochee Valley. Residents in the nearby village of Sautee generally assume that the massive five-sided pyramidal mound is a large wooded hill. Williams found that the mound had been partially sculpted out of an existing hill then sculpted into a final form with clay. He estimated the construction date to be no later than 900 AD. Williams was unable to determine who built the mound.

Williams is a highly respected specialist in Southeastern archaeology so there was a Maya connection that he did not know about. The earliest maps show the name Itsate, for both a native village at Sautee and another five miles away at the location of the popular resort of Helen, GA. Itsate is what the Itza Mayas called themselves. Also, among all indigenous peoples of the Americas, only the Itza Mayas and the ancestors of the Creek Indians in Georgia built five-side earthen pyramids as their principal mounds. It was commonplace for the Itza Maya to sculpt a hill into a pentagonal mound. There are dozens of such structures in Central America.

The name of Brasstown Bald Mountain is itself, strong evidence of a Maya presence. A Cherokee village near the mountain was named Itsa-ye, when Protestant missionaries arrived in the 1820s. The missionaries mistranslated “Itsaye” to mean “brass.” They added “town” and soon the village was known as Brasstown. Itsa-ye, when translated into English, means “Place of the Itza (Maya).”

Into this scenario stepped retired engineer, Cary Waldrup, who lives near Track Rock Gap. In 2000 he persuaded the United States Forest Service to hire a professional archaeologist from South Africa, Johannes Loubser, to study the famous Track Rock petroglyphs, and also prepare a map of the stone walls across the creek in site 9UN367. Waldrup and his neighbors felt that the stone structure site deserved more professional attention. They collected contributions from interested citizens in Union County, GA to fund an archaeological survey by Loubser’s firm, Stratum Unlimited, LLC.

Loubser’s work was severely restricted by his available budget, but his discoveries “opened up the door” for future archaeological investigations. His firm dug two test pits under stone structures to obtain soil samples. In conjunction with the highly respected archaeological firm of New South Associates in Stone Mountain, GA he obtained radiocarbon dates for the oldest layer of fill soil in a test pit, going back around 1000 AD. He also found pottery shards from many periods of history. Loubser estimated that some of the shards were made around 760 AD – 850 AD. This is exactly when Maya population began to plummet.

Loubser described the 9UN367 archaeological site as being unique in the United States, and stated that examples of such sites are only found elsewhere in the Maya Highlands and South America. However, he did not present an explanation for who built the stone walls. He was in a conundrum. The Eastern Band of Cherokees had labeled Track Rock Gap as a “Cherokee Heritage Sacred Site.” He had been led to believe that the area had occupied by the Cherokee Indians for many centuries, yet he also knew that the Cherokees never built large scale public works. In fact, the Cherokees established a handful of tiny hamlets in the extreme northeastern tip of Georgia during the 1700s, but the western side of Brasstown Bald Mountain, where Track Rock is located, was not official Cherokee territory until 1793.

Shared research between scholars

The People of One Fire is an alliance of Native American scholars (and their archaeologist friends) that was formed in 2006 after the Georgia Department of Transportation refused to retract a press release which blatantly contradicted several studies by nationally respected archaeologists. Much of its research has focused on tracing the movement of people, ideas and cultivated plants from Mesoamerica and Caribbean Basin to North America. By instantly sharing research rather than hoarding information, very rapid advances have been made in the past five years concerning the history of the indigenous people of North America.

People of One Fire researchers have been aware since 2010 that when the English arrived in the Southeast, there were numerous Native American towns named Itsate in Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and western North Carolina. They were also aware that both the Itza Mayas of Central America and the Hitchiti Creeks of the Southeast actually called themselves Itsate . . . and pronounced the word the same way. The Itsate Creeks used many Maya and Totonac words. Their architecture was identical to that of Maya commoners. The pottery at Ocmulgee National Monument (c 900 AD) in central Georgia is virtually identical to the Maya Plain Red pottery made by Maya Commoners. However, for archaeologists to be convinced that some Mayas immigrated to the Southeast, an archaeological site was needed that clearly was typical of Mesoamerica, but not of the United States.

In July of 2011, Waldrup furnished a copy of the 2000 Stratum Unlimited, LLC archaeological report to People of One Fire members. Those with experiences at Maya town sites instantly recognized that the Track Rock stone structures were identical in form to numerous agricultural terrace sites in Chiapas, Guatemala, Belize and Honduras. Johannes Loubser’s radiocarbon dates exactly matched the diaspora from the Maya lands and the sudden appearance of large towns with Mesoamerican characteristics in Georgia, Alabama and southeastern Tennessee. Track Rock Gap was the “missing link” that archaeologists and architects had been seeking since 1841.

Archaeologist have been looking for vestiges of “high” Maya civilization in the United States, when all along it was the commoners “who got the heck out of Dodge City” when wars, famines, droughts and almost non-stop volcanic eruptions became unbearable. The Itza Maya middle class and commoners became the elite of such towns as Waka (Ocmulgee National Monument) and Etalwa (Etowah Mounds) Just as happened in England after the Norman Invasion, the separate cultures of the commoners and nobility of the indigenous Southeast eventually blended into hybrid cultures that became our current Native American tribes.



Richard Thornton has written a book on the Archaeological Site 9UN367 and the evidence of the immigration of Mesoamerican refugees to North America. It will be available from the publisher in early January 2012, and is entitled, “Itsapa . . . the Itza Mayas in North America.” The book includes over 250 full color, virtual reality images and photographs, including pictures of identical Maya agricultural terrace sites in Chiapas, Guatemala, Campeche and Belize. Indiana film maker, John Haskell is also producing a documentary film on the Maya diaspora.

The previously unknown story is fascinating. For example, the famous “eye on hand” motif found on Native American art throughout the Southeast and Midwest is the symbol of the Maya’s supreme deity, Hunab-ku. For information on reserving or ordering Thornton’s book, go to www.historyrevealedmedia.com.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So, guys, what's the bottom line? What's the latest on the Mayan story?
Are we still on schedule?
Not trying to be critical, just cuirous.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

leon wrote:
So, guys, what's the bottom line? What's the latest on the Mayan story?
Are we still on schedule?
Not trying to be critical, just cuirous.


Curious and skeptical?

Leon to be aware or recognize, to be able to read between the lines of 'creation' is at least one level above being able to read between the lines of a newspaper story that was created, scripted for 'we the sheeple'.

Read my next post.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

duaneh wrote:
let's see, only 10 days til 2012 and stuff already is happening

So, which Mayas are we talking about?
How about the ones in Georgia, y'all?

http://www.examiner.com/architecture-design-in-national/massive-1-100-year-old-maya-site-discovered-georgia-s-mountains



king AHA! I kneel before you.
The number/letter I37 narrative continues.
I love the links.
I love the NUMERICAL coincidence that allows us to connect/associate the Maya in Georgia, to the Maya in Mexico, to the Rosicrucian, to the Freemasons and of course across the ocean to the same numerical CODE that we can connect to both of the Bibles OLD and NEW, too!

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Richard Thornton has written a book on the Archaeological Site 9UN367 and the evidence of the immigration of Mesoamerican refugees to North America. It will be available from the publisher in early January 2012, and is entitled, “Itsapa . . . the Itza Mayas in North America.”


Should be an interesting book.
What other interesting stONE i.e. St. ONE can we find in Georgia?

Connected to the SS, Secret Societies?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

The Georgia Guidestones is a large granite monument in Elbert County, Georgia, USA. A message comprising ten guides is inscribed on the structure in eight modern languages, and a shorter message is inscribed at the top of the structure in four ancient languages' scripts: Babylonian, Classical Greek, Sanskrit, and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
The structure is sometimes referred to as an "American Stonehenge."

In June 1979, an unknown person or persons under the pseudonym R.C. Christian hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build the structure.[3]

One popular hypothesis is that the patron's pseudonym may be a tribute to the legendary 17th-century founder of Rosicrucianism, Christian Rosenkreuz


I have to agree 100% with the Christian Rosenkreuz connection.

So how do we connect the Georgia Archaeological Site 9UN367 and the evidence of the immigration of Mesoamerican refugees to North America to all I have mentioned.

9367 and 1 (the ONE) = 137-69

I have moved beyond the debate regarding 'coincidences vs. design'.
For very good reason/s I now feel in a world unified, 'there are no coincidences', there exists only evidence of the underlying unity.

The evidence I have gathered linking ALL of the SS, ALL Secret Societies to the bIbLE code 137-69 is extensive as some of you know.

137-96 Maya/Freemason Code KEY to Holy Grail/DNA
Arrow http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5916&highlight=

Buddha Jesus Tesla = NUMBER 37 = the collective unconscious
Arrow http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6522&highlight=

Do numbers/letters like I37 LIE if you manipulate them?
Many physicists (who do not beLIEve in god) prefer a numerical narrative to a biblical one and that is a fact.

Many folks before me have linked the letters that spell the god EL to the number 37.
http://www.fivedoves.com/revdrnatch/Does_God_think_1_is_prime.htm
All I am doing is suggesting ELbert county was part of the design.

Some see the value in both expressions EL or 37.
The 'grey' area between science and religion I would like to suggest is that area of translation/interpretation where letters become numbers and numbers become letters....gematria is evidence of this kind of thinking.

It is true then that a bit of the truth gets lost in translation.
Shall we play the game of cosmic charades?
When I tug on my ear it means 'sounds like'.

in conclusion:
The role of ADVERTISING in our 'lost' society is to transform the LOGOS into corporate logos.
ADVERTISING/PROPAGANDA that 'targets' the BRAIN, (especially the right hemisphere) needs to be put under the microscope and seen for what it is.

A language that guides the sheeple.

namaste

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:57 pm    Post subject: 2012 and perhaps a change of mind? Reply with quote

A recent recounting of the Mayan reality.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

there's something happenin here. what it is isn't exactly clear... Shocked

http://www.divinecosmos.com/start-here/davids-blog/1035-divineintervention1

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