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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:48 pm

    here are some pdf's to look at:



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    by S Sinha - Cited by 8 - Related articles
    Jul 7, 2009 – Fabrication of nanoparticles using bacteria ..... production, tetragonal barium titanate (BaTiO3) ...... Journal of Colloid and Interface Science ...

    http://www.m.elewa.org/JABS/2009/19/9.pdf

    http://www.ieo.nctu.edu.tw/wfhsieh/pdf_files/2007-10.pdf
    As nanotechnology is emerging as an interdisciplinary field with potential to influence various aspects of human life through a myriad of applications, biological synthesis of nanomaterials is gaining particular attention as a rapidly growing discipline of Bio-nanotechnology with an enormous application potential in the coming future [1], [2]. There has been a strong interest in developing environmentally benign protocols for biological synthesis of nanomaterials that do not involve toxic chemicals in synthesis process. As demonstrated previously by our group and others [1]–[4], this has been successfully achieved by biological synthesis of various metal (Au [5]–[7], Ag [8]–[12], and Pt [13]), metal oxide (silica [14]–[18], titania [17], zirconia [19], magnetite [20]–[21] and barium titanate [22]), and metal sulphide (CdS[23], and Fe2S3 [21]) nanoparticles by using prokaryotic as well as eukaryotic organisms including bacteria [4]–[5],[9]–[10], [12], [21], [23], fungi [7]–[8], [14]–[17], [19]–[20], [22], and plants [6], [11], [13]. However, among various organisms studied until to date, prokaryotes remain the choice of organism for biological synthesis of nanomaterials[4]–[5], [9]–[10], [12], [21], [23]. This is predominantly because prokaryotes offer well-defined advantages over eukaryotic organisms such as easy handling, ease of downstream processing and ease of genetic manipulation.
    http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0021401


    Morganella morganii is a species of Gram-negative bacillus bacteria


    http://www.americanelements.com/batioxnp.html

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    Key to developing thin-film capacitor materials with higher energy storage capacity is the ability to uniformly disperse nanoparticles in as high a density as possible throughout the polymer matrix. However, nanoparticles such as barium titanate tend to form aggregates that reduce the ability of the nanocomposite to resist electrical breakdown. Other research groups have tried to address the dispersal issue with a variety of surface coatings, but those coatings tended to come off during processing – or to create materials compatibility issues.
    The Georgia Tech research team decided to address the issue by using organic phosphonic acids to encapsulate the particles. The tailored organic phosphonic acid ligands, designed and synthesized by a research group headed by Seth Marder – a professor in the Georgia Tech School of Chemistry and Biochemistry – provide a robust coating for the particles, which range in size from 30 to 120 nanometers in diameter.
    “Phosphonic acids bind very well to barium titanate and to other related metal oxides,” Perry said. “The choice of that material and ligands were very effective in allowing us to take the tailored phosphonic acids, put them onto the barium titanate, and then with the correct solution processing, to incorporate them into polymer systems. This allowed us to provide good compatibility with the polymer hosts – and thus very good dispersion as evidenced by a three- to four-fold decrease in the average aggregate size.”
    Though large crystals of barium titanate could also provide a high dielectric constant, they generally do not provide adequate resistance to breakdown – and their formation and growth can be complex and require high temperatures. Composites provide the necessary electrical properties, along with the advantages of solution-based processing techniques.


    http://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=4029

    New view of bacteria-mineral interface to advance bioremediation

    Source: Idaho National E & E Laboratory
    Posted Tuesday, December 11, 2001
    Researchers studying the feasibility of in situ bioremediation have a new tool for their analytical arsenal. The Department of Energy's Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) can now precisely map mineral crystals and bacterial growth on basalt using a customized laser imaging Fourier transform mass spectrometer.
    In the first reported application of imaging Fourier transform mass spectrometry (FTMS) to the field of biogeochemistry, INEEL researchers created high-resolution pseudo-images showing the arrangement of minerals within basalt and bacterial growth on the rock surface.
    Researchers need to better understand why some microbes are attracted to specific minerals before they can effectively harness microbial populations for bioremediation.

    The technique creates highly reproducible two-dimensional maps of the bacterial-mineral interface, providing critical information about bacterial metabolism. Researchers can also create three-dimensional images (depth profiles) by stacking the maps.

    http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=6865

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    Beryllium ( /bəˈrɪliəm/ bə-ril-ee-əm) is the chemical element with the symbol Be and atomic number 4. Because any beryllium synthesized in stars is short-lived, it is a relatively rare element in both the universe and in the crust of the Earth. It is a divalent element which occurs naturally only in combination with other elements in minerals. Notable gemstones which contain beryllium include beryl (aquamarine, emerald) and chrysoberyl. As a free element it is a steel-gray, strong, lightweight and brittle alkaline earth metal.
    Beryllium increases hardness and resistance to corrosion when alloyed to aluminium, cobalt, copper (notably beryllium copper), iron and nickel.[3] In structural applications, high flexural rigidity, thermal stability, thermal conductivity and low density (1.85 times that of water) make beryllium a qualityaerospace material for high-speed aircraft, missiles, space vehicles and communication satellites.[3] Because of its low density and atomic mass, beryllium is relatively transparent to X-rays and other forms of ionizing radiation; therefore, it is the most common window material for X-ray equipment and in particle physics experiments.[3] The high thermal conductivities of beryllium and beryllium oxide have led to their use in heat transport and heat sinking applications.
    The commercial use of beryllium metal presents technical challenges due to the toxicity (especially by inhalation) of beryllium-containing dusts. Beryllium is corrosive to tissue, and can cause a chronic life-threatening allergic disease called berylliosis in some people. The element is not known to be necessary or useful for either plant or animal life.
    Physical properties

    Beryllium is a steel gray and hard metal that is brittle at room temperature and has a close-packed hexagonal crystal structure.[3] It has exceptional flexural rigidity (Young's modulus 287 GPa) and a reasonably high melting point. The modulus of elasticity of beryllium is approximately 50% greater than that of steel. The combination of this modulus and a relatively low density results in an unusually fast sound conduction speed in beryllium – about 12.9 km/s atambient conditions. Other significant properties are high specific heat (1925 J·kg−1·K−1) and thermal conductivity (216 W·m−1·K−1), which make beryllium the metal with the best heat dissipation characteristics per unit weight. In combination with the relatively low coefficient of linear thermal expansion(11.4×10−6 K−1), these characteristics result in a unique stability under conditions of thermal loading.[5]
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    Nuclear properties

    Beryllium has a large scattering cross section for high-energy neutrons, about 6 barns for energies above ~0.01 eV. Therefore, it effectively slows the neutrons to the thermal energy range of below 0.03 eV, where the total cross section is at least an order of magnitude lower – exact value strongly depends on the purity and size of the crystallites in the material. The predominant beryllium isotope 9Be also undergoes a (n,2n) neutron reaction to 8Be, which then instantaneously breaks into two alpha particles; that is, beryllium is a neutron multiplier, releasing more neutrons than it absorbs. This nuclear reaction is:[6]
    9
    4
    Be + n → 2(
    4
    2
    He) + 2n
    As a metal, beryllium is transparent to most wavelengths of X-rays and gamma rays, making it useful for the output windows of X-ray tubes and other such apparatus. It is also a good source for the relatively-small numbers of free neutrons in the laboratory which are liberated when beryllium nuclei are struck by energetic alpha particles[5] producing the nuclear reaction
    9
    4
    Be +
    4
    2
    He →
    12
    6
    C + n , where
    4
    2
    He is an alpha particle and
    12
    6
    C is a carbon-12 nucleus.[6]
    Both stable and unstable isotopes of beryllium are created in stars, but these do not last long. It is believed that most of the stable beryllium in the universe was created when cosmic rays induced fission in heavier elements found in interstellar gas and dust.[7]



    Plot showing variations in solar activity, including variation in 10Be concentration. Note that the beryllium scale is inverted, so increases on this scale indicate lower 10Be levels
    Beryllium contains only one stable isotope, 9Be, and therefore is a monoisotopic element.Cosmogenic 10Be is produced in the atmosphere of the Earth by the cosmic ray spallation ofoxygen.[8] 10Be accumulates at the soil surface, where its relatively long half-life (1.36 million years) permits a long residence time before decaying to boron-10. Thus, 10Be and its daughter products are used to examine natural soil erosion, soil formation and the development of lateritic soils, and as a proxy for measurement of the variations in solar activity and the age of ice cores.[9]
    The production of 10Be is inversely proportional to solar activity, because increased solar windduring periods of high solar activity decreases the flux of galactic cosmic rays that reach the Earth.[8] Nuclear explosions also form 10Be by the reaction of fast neutrons with 13C in the carbon dioxide in air. This is one of the indicators of past activity at nuclear weapon test sites.[10]
    The isotope 7Be (half-life 53 days) is also cosmogenic, and shows an atmospheric abundance linked to sunspots much like 10Be. 8Be has a very short half-life of about 7×10−17 s that contributes to its significant cosmological role, as elements heavier than beryllium could not have been produced by nuclear fusion in the Big Bang.[11] This is due to the lack of sufficient time during the Big Bang's nucleosynthesis phase to produce carbon by the fusion of 4He nuclei and the very low concentrations of available beryllium-8. The British astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle first showed that the energy levels of 8Be and 12C allow carbon production by the so-called triple-alpha process in helium-fueled stars where more nucleosynthesis time is available, thus making creation of carbon-based life possible from the gas and dust ejected by supernovae (see also Big Bang nucleosynthesis).

    The innermost electrons of beryllium may contribute to chemical bonding. Therefore, when 7Be decays by electron capture, it does so by taking electrons from atomic orbitals that may participate in bonding. This makes its decay rate dependent to a measurable degree upon its electron configuration – a rare occurrence in nuclear decay.
    The shortest-lived known isotope of beryllium is 13Be which decays through neutron emission. It has a half-life of 2.7 × 10−21 s. 6Be is also very short-lived with a half-life of 5.0 × 10−21 s.[14] The exotic isotopes 11Be and 14Be are known to exhibit a nuclear halo.[15] This phenomenon can be understood as the nuclei of 11Be and 14Be have, respectively, 1 and 4 neutrons orbiting substantially outside the classical Fermi 'waterdrop' model of the nucleus

    And the rest here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beryllium



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    Now this gives a whole new meaning to "cloud computing"......ICloud

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



    Suppose you breath in one of those nano-particles over the years of chemtrails....

    Who woud need the implanted chips?!?

    You have your mobile devises right there with you eh?


    It's called interface
    a
    common
    boundary
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    interconnection
    between
    systems,
    equipment,
    concepts,
    or
    human
    beings.


    How long before super-intelligence? Read the post scripts on the bottom for the updates


    http://www.nickbostrom.com/superintelligence.html
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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 8:58 pm

    Everything Spins..............

    So let's step back in time again to ancient Egypt. What was it about the merkaba that made the spirit and body travel? As is getting from one place to another.....wouldn't you want to find the shortest path?






    We describe in detail a general strategy for implementing a conditional
    geometric phase between two spins. Combined with single-spin operations,
    this simple operation is a universal gate for quantum computation,
    in that any unitary transformation can be implemented with arbitrary
    precision using only single-spin operations and conditional phase shifts.
    Thus quantum geometrical phases can form the basis of any quantum
    computation. Moreover, as the induced conditional phase depends only
    on the geometry of the paths executed by the spins it is resilient to certain
    types of errors and offers the potential of a naturally fault-tolerant way
    of performing quantum computation.

    Phase gates?

    Qubits and networks
    A qubit is a quantum system in which the Boolean states 0 and 1 are represented
    by a prescribed pair of normalised and mutually orthogonal quantum states
    labeled as {|0i, |1i}. Unlike a simple Boolean variable, a qubit, typically a
    microscopic system such as an atom, a nuclear spin, or a polarised photon, can
    exist in an arbitrary superposition α | 0i + β | 1i, making it more powerful as a
    computational resource.
    In quantum computation, we set some register of qubits to an “input” state,
    evolve the qubits unitarily using simple building-block operations and then take
    the final state as “output”. More formally, a quantum logic gate is a device
    which performs a fixed unitary operation on selected qubits in a fixed period of
    time and a quantum network is a device consisting of quantum logic gates whose
    computational steps are synchronised in time [23]. The outputs of some of the
    gates are connected by wires to the inputs of others. The size of the network is
    the number of gates it contains.


    2.2 Quantum logic gates

    The most common quantum gate is the Hadamard gate, a single qubit gate H
    performing the unitary transformation known as the Hadamard transform.


    Universality
    An important result in the theory of quantum computation states that the
    Hadamard gate, and all B(φ) controlled phase gates form a universal set of
    gates: if the Hadamard gate as well as all B(φ) gates are available then any
    n-qubit unitary operation can be simulated exactly with less than C4
    n
    n such
    gates, for some constant C [24]. Consequently, being able to implement 1 and
    2-qubit phase gates is of crucial importance in quantum computation. In this
    paper we describe a new method for implementing the controlled phase gates
    based explicitly on geometric phases [1–3] rather than dynamic ones.

    Geometric phase
    3.1 Cyclic evolution
    The states of a quantum system are usually described as being represented by
    vectors of norm 1 (|h ψ | ψ i|
    2 = 1) in a complex Hilbert space H. However, there
    is redundancy in this description since the state | ψi is physically indistinguishable from the state e

    | ψi. It is therefore convenient to consider instead the
    projective space P, in which vectors are grouped into equivalence classes under
    the relation | ψi ∼ re

    | ψi for any r > 0 and real φ, thereby eliminating the
    ambiguity

    Dynamic and geometric phase
    The time evolution of a quantum system is governed by the Schrodinger equation,

    A schematic diagram of a spin-half particle undergoing a cyclic state
    evolution. Points on the sphere correspond to physically distinguishable states.
    Going through each point is a ray, on which phase information and normalisation
    is recorded.

    Eliminating dynamic phases
    In order to perform conditional quantum gate operations using geometric phases
    only, it is necessary to find a way to eliminate the dynamic phase. One approach
    is to use a refocussing technique known as spin-echo. The basic idea is to apply
    the cyclic evolution twice, with the second application surrounded by a pair
    of fast π transformations (this being simply the transformation that swaps the
    basis states | ↑i and | ↓i.) The net effect of this compound transformation would
    be to cancel all the acquired phases except that the second cyclic evolution is
    performed by retracing the first but in the opposite direction so that while the
    dynamic phases cancel, the geometric phases do not.

    http://arxiv.org/pdf/quant-ph/0004015v1.pdf


    It’s probably surprising if you don’t already know it, but in the standard “quantum circuit” model quantum computers are actually quite similar to ordinary computers. A quantum computation is built up out of quantum gates that perform quantum logic operations on quantum bits. All of this proceeds pretty much by analogy with classical computers, where gates perform logical operations on bits. There are some technical differences, but the broad picture is pretty similar.
    Mark Dowling, Mile Gu, Andrew Doherty and I have recently developed a rather different geometric approach to quantum computation. (Here’s the link to the abstract, and here’s the link to the full text at Science. Jonathan Oppenheim has also written a nice perspective piece (sorry, I don’t have the full text).)
    Our result is pretty simple: we show that finding the best (read smallest) quantum circuit to solve a particular problem is equivalent to finding the shortest paths between two points in a particular curved geometry. Intuitively, this problem is like an orienteer or hiker trying to find the shortest path between two points in a hilly landscape, although the space we are working in is harder to visualize. There’s some technical caveats to the result, but that’s the general gist.
    What use is this? At the moment it’s difficult to say – unfortunately, we don’t yet have any killer applications of the result. But our result does mean that problems in quantum computation can be viewed in terms of equivalent problems in the field known as Riemannian geometry. This opens up the possibility of using some of the deep ideas of Riemannian geometry to solve problems in quantum computing. And who knows: maybe ideas from quantum computing will have a useful stimulating effect, injecting new ideas into the study of geometry!
    http://michaelnielsen.org/blog/quantum-computation-as-geometry/

    Riemannian geometry

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





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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

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    DARK ENERGY? CALL JIM DANDY!!!!!!!!!!!!





    A critical research problem in cosmology is the need to understand the accelerating expansion of the Universe. This acceleration requires something new and strange---Dark Energy---which could arise from the energy of the vacuum (the cosmological constant) or a new ultra-light particle; alternatively it could indicate a flaw in Einstein's General Relativity, perhaps signaling that our three-dimensional world is embedded in a Universe of higher spatial dimensions. Any of these possibilities would represent a major shift in our current understanding of the nature of matter, energy, space, and time. In order to sort out the possibilities and pin down the nature of the dark energy, we need to make more precise measurements of its properties; the key property of dark energy that determines the expansion history of the Universe is its equation of state parameter, w, the ratio of its effective pressure to its energy density. In order to precisely measure w and its possible time evolution, we must build a powerful new instrument and a flexible and responsive data management system to accompany it, while continuing to develop improved methods of analysis.



    http://astro.fnal.gov/projects/DarkEnergy/darkenergy_projects.html



    Lighting up the dark universe



    http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/breaking/2010/07/28/lighting-up-the-dark-universe/

    To create chameleon particles, the experiment shone a laser beam into a magnetic field. If chameleons exist, they would be created when photons from the laser beam scatter off photons from the magnetic field. The laser was left on for a certain amount of time to build up enough chameleons, then turned off to allow the chameleon particles to convert back into photons. The “afterglow” photons would then be recorded by the experiment’s photo-detectors.

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    What about reincarnation and past lives? Now I've personally traveled this route to see another couple of lives. But they were not the me I am now. Why not? In the 3D world there is reverse genetics, cloning...but not in the "spirit world?

    This just keeps getting better and better I tell ya! Why do you have to come back as someone else?

    No-cloning theorem


    The no-cloning theorem is a result of quantum mechanics that forbids the creation of identical copies of an arbitrary unknown quantum state. It was stated byWootters, Zurek, and Dieks in 1982, and has profound implications in quantum computing and related fields.
    The state of one system can be entangled with the state of another system. For instance, one can use the Controlled NOT gate and the Walsh-Hadamard gate to entangle two qubits. This is not cloning. No well-defined state can be attributed to a subsystem of an entangled state. Cloning is a process whose result is aseparable state with identical factors.


    Consequences

    The no-cloning theorem prevents us from using classical error correction techniques on quantum states. For example, we cannot create backup copies of a state in the middle of a quantum computation, and use them to correct subsequent errors. Error correction is vital for practical quantum computing, and for some time this was thought to be a fatal limitation. In 1995, Shor and Steanerevived the prospects of quantum computing by independently devising the first quantum error correcting codes, which circumvent the no-cloning theorem.

    Similarly, cloning would violate the no teleportation theorem, which says classical teleportation (not to be confused with entanglement-assisted teleportation) is impossible. In other words, quantum states cannot be measured reliably.

    The no-cloning theorem does not prevent superluminal communication via quantum entanglement, as cloning is a sufficient condition for such communication, but not a necessary one. Nevertheless, consider the EPR thought experiment, and suppose quantum states could be cloned. Assume parts of a maximally entangled Bell state are distributed to Alice and Bob. Alice could send bits to Bob in the following way: If Alice wishes to transmit a "0", she measures the spin of her electron in the z direction, collapsing Bob's state to either or . To transmit "1", Alice does nothing to her qubit. Bob creates many copies of his electron's state, and measures the spin of each copy in the z direction. Bob will know that Alice has transmitted a "0" if all his measurements will produce the same result; otherwise, his measurements will have outcomes +1/2 and −1/2 with equal probability. This would allow Alice and Bob to communicate across space-like separations.
    The no cloning theorem prevents us from viewing the holographic principle for black holes as meaning we have two copies of information lying at the event horizon and the black hole interior simultaneously. This leads us to more radical interpretations like black hole complementary.
    Imperfect cloning

    Even though it is impossible to make perfect copies of an unknown quantum state, it is possible to produce imperfect copies. This can be done by coupling a larger auxiliary system to the system that is to be cloned, and applying a unitary transformation to the combined system. If the unitary transformation is chosen correctly, several components of the combined system will evolve into approximate copies of the original system. Imperfect cloning can be used as an eavesdropping attack on quantum cryptography protocols, among other uses in quantum information science.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_cloning_theorem

    Pretty compelling.....selfemergence.....


    Quaternions Multivariate Vectors - BCS

    BCS Cybernetics Machine Specialist Group. Remit – the physical ..... That is, this Self Emergence satisfies all the Laws of Thermodynamics! i.e. the trunk of the ...

    www.bcs.org/category/16212


    I just gotta play this song again..... Heh heh


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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:28 pm

    "What is eternal," Aristotle said, "is circular, and what is circular is eternal."

    Vortex Heart, Controlled Implosion of Blood discovered by Leonardo Da Vinci




    Vortex ring in the left ventricle of the heart



    One of the most important fluid phenomena observed in the left ventricle during cardiac relaxation (diastole) is the vortex ring that develops with a strong jet entering through the mitral valve.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vortex_ring#Vortex_ring_in_the_left_ventricle_of_the_heart

    Now we're getting to the heart of the matter............ Naughty





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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:33 pm

    As I posted before... I'm about to walk like an Egyptian. Egyptian you say? so what does this have to do with ancient Egypt?



    Bath Cathedral/ Abbey? Egyptian? Now you're probably thinking here she goes again....

    Well first thing I want to do is introduce you to the Cathedral itself. We're going to throw some "stones", talk about bishops "thrones" and the all might Altar! Have a good view of the west end of this Cathedral.....now it's going to take me some time to post this so hold off with the comments for the better part of the day.....yes it may take me that long. But you won't be disappointed....at the very least it will give you some food for thought.





    And the doorway leads to this:




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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:40 pm

    Do all roads lead back to Egypt? Sure seems so at times .....just watch what I'm going to bring here.

    So...what do we have here? ON either side of the entrance/doorway are two pillars. to be precise they are Jacobs Ladder. Now first thing I'd like you to notice it the obelisk shape of each pillar with the door in between.

    Whoa...I've seen a pillar/obelisk....in Bosnia near the Bosnian Pyramids ...check out the spirals on it.... sort of off topic...or is it?



    (check out those spirals...spin .....whoa!!!!!!!!!!!!)

    Jacobs Ladder as the story goes:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob's_Ladder


    Jacob's Ladder is a ladder to heaven that the biblical patriarch Jacob dreams about during his flight from his brother Esau. It is described in the Book of Genesis.


    Jacob left Beersheba, and went toward Haran. He came to the place and stayed there that night, because the sun had set. Taking one of the stones of the place, he put it under his head and lay down in that place to sleep. And he dreamed that there was a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven; and behold, the angels of God were ascending and descending on it! And behold, the Lord stood above it [or "beside him"] and said, "I am the Lord, the God of Abraham your father and the God of Isaac; the land on which you lie I will give to you and to your descendants; and your descendants shall be like the dust of the earth, and you shall spread abroad to the west and to the east and to the north and to the south; and by you and your descendants shall all the families of the earth bless themselves. Behold, I am with you and will keep you wherever you go, and will bring you back to this land; for I will not leave you until I have done that of which I have spoken to you." Then Jacob awoke from his sleep and said, "Surely the Lord is in this place; and I did not know it." And he was afraid, and said, "This is none other than the house of God, and this is the gate of heaven."
    Afterwards, Jacob names the place, "Bethel" (literally, "House of God").

    Stone of Jacob

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

    The Stone of Jacob appears in the Book of Genesis as the stone used as a pillow by the Israelite patriarch Jacob at the place later called Bet-El. As Jacob had a vision in his sleep, he then consecrated the stone to God. More recently, the stone has been claimed by Scottish folklore and British Israelism.


    Some Scottish legends surrounding the Stone of Scone, traditionally used for coronations of Scottish kings in the High Middle Ages, have identified this stone with the Stone of Jacob. Supposedly the Stone of Jacob was brought to Ireland by the prophet Jeremiah and from thence to Scotland....

    Or was it? As legend tells it...the Stone of Scone or Stone of Desteny was brought by Queen Scota.



    Scota, in Irish mythology, Scottish mythology, and pseudohistory, is the name given to two different mythological daughters of two different Egyptian Pharaohs to whom the Gaels traced their ancestry, allegedly explaining the name Scoti, applied by the Romans to Irish raiders, and later to the Irish invaders of Argyll and Caledonia which became known as Scotland.
    Scota and the Stone of Scone

    Main article: Stone of Scone
    Baldred Bisset is first credited to have fused the Stone of Scone with the Scota foundation legends in his Processus (1301) putting forward an argument that it was Scotland and not Ireland which was the original Scoti homeland.
    Bisset was keen to legitimise a Scottish (as opposed to English) accession to the throne after Alexander III of Scotland died in 1286. Alexander himself at his coronation in 1249 heard his royal genealogy recited back through 56 generations to Scota. Bisset therefore attempted to legitimise a Scottish accession by making Scota significant, as having transported the Stone of Scone from Egypt during the exodus of Moses to Scotland.


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



    Turning now to "Eire Ard, Inis na Righ

    "On landing, the ex-Queen Scota unfurled the sacred banner (on which, it is said, were the serpent and the rod of Moses).The battle of Sliabh Mis (in Co.Kerry) followed; the Danaans were defeated, but Scota (with Fas and two Druids) was slain. Stones with Ogham inscriptions were erected over the graves of the slain. Within the past thirty years the stones - those of Scota and Fas - have been discovered, and the inscriptions have been read and explained by William Williams, of Dungarvan."

    http://www.ensignmessage.com/symbolCymrytribes.html



    The Celtic name of the Scottish Coronation Stone is Liath Fàil, "the speaking stone" because it named the king it would soon enthrone, and might sing or roar with joy when he sat on it!

    So Jacob went to sleep on this 'stone' and "dreamed" of the laddar......... guess that qualifies it as a 'speaking stone" eh?

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    Re: Theater of parallel Universe

    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:42 pm

    Now.....coincidentally......the tracing board-first degree mason looks like this:




    And there you have Jacobs ladder AND the pillars of Ptah.

    What are the pillars of Ptah?

    They are the four great pillars that held up the universe.

    And where does this Jacobs ladder on the tracing board go? It leads to an "alignment" of stars...one in particular.

    Again...Jacobs ladder goes where? It goes to heaven via his dream from the speaking stone.

    Still more to come..... Cup o
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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 9:52 pm

    So.....it's a cathedral! Where it's a give all religions lead to heaven right? Hmmmm........ That great god in the sky and his magic land.

    So....in the word Cathedral is a root word.....
    Cathedra


    A cathedra (Latin, "chair", from Greek, kathedra, "seat") or bishop's throne is the chair or throne of a bishop. It is a symbol of the bishop's teaching authority in the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, and has in some sense remained such in the Anglican Communion and in Lutheran churches. Cathedra is the Latin word for a chair with armrests, and it appears in early Christian literature in the phrase "cathedrae apostolorum" indicating authority derived directly from the apostles; its Roman connotations of authority reserved for the Emperor were later adopted by bishops after the 4th century. A church into which a bishop's official cathedra is installed is called a cathedral.



    Placement


    The traditional position of the cathedra was in the apse, behind the high altar

    Alter eh?

    Every Cathedral has one you know.....now the only pic I could find for the Bath Cathredal or Bath Abbey is this..and it's a private photo
    so you have to hit the link...sorry

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/31068574@N05/6443625269/

    Pretty color blue eh? Anyhow....it was the bishop of this Cathedral that is interesting to say the least.
    _________________________________________________________________________________________________

    So lets look at the ceiling of this Cathedral.........




    Now it's described as 'vaulted fans'. Now I suppose you could go with that if in fact your fans are round....

    But lets look at another possibility.



    and what is this man sniffing?






    Now of course the ceiling would strike me first as this flower has great significance to me. I'm very familiar with it. so when I saw that ceiling of the Bath Abby that was the first thing I noticed. so check this out:



    Appearance: In Egypt, two native species of lotus grew, the white lotus (Nymphaea lotus) and the blue lotus (Nymphaea cerulea). A third type, the pink lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) was introduced to the country from Persia during the Late period. All three species were depicted in Egyptian art (the pink lotus showed up in Hellenistic artworks), however the sacred blue lotus was the flower most commonly used and the one depicted in the hieroglyph.

    Meaning: The lotus closes at night and sinks underwater. In the morning it re-emerges and blooms again. Thus the flower became a natural symbol of the sun and creation. In Hermopolis, it was believed that it was a giant lotus blossom that first emerged from the primordial waters of Nun and from which the sun-god came forth.

    As a symbol of re-birth, the lotus was closely related to the imagery of the funerary and Osirian cult. The Four Sons of Horus were frequently shown standing on a lotus in front of Osiris. The Book of the Dead contains spells for "transforming oneself into a lotus" and thus fulfilling the promise of resurrection.
    http://www.egyptianmyths.net/lotus.htm

    Resurrection?

    Resurrection (anglicized from Latin resurrectio) is the literal coming back to life of the dead. It is used both with respect to particular individuals or the belief in a Resurrection of the Dead at the end of the world, or a resurrection of souls which is current and ongoing. The resurrection of the dead is a standard eschatological belief in the Abrahamic religions. The death and resurrection of Jesus is the central focus of Christianity.

    In Christianity, resurrection most critically concerns the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, but also includes the resurrection of Judgment Day known as the Resurrection of the Dead by those Christians who subscribe to the Nicene Creed (which is the majority or Mainstream Christianity), as well as the resurrection miracles done by Jesus and the prophets of the Old Testament.

    The Book of Revelation also makes many references about the Day of Judgment when the dead will be raised up.

    Well that sounds like something you might find in a religious setting eh? Now the Bath Abbey, is an Anglican parish church and a former Benedictine monastery in Bath

    Anglican concern with broader issues of social justice can be traced to its earliest divines. Richard Hooker, for instance, wrote that "God hath created nothing simply for itself, but each thing in all things, and of every thing each part in other have such interest, that in the whole world nothing is found whereunto any thing created can say, 'I need thee not.'" This, and related statements, reflect the deep thread of incarnational theology running through Anglican social thought – a theology which sees God, nature, and humanity in dynamic interaction, and the interpenetration of the secular and the sacred in the make-up of the cosmos.


    Cosmos? As in the stars? Perhaps.....

    But back to the blue lotus representation on the ceiling....

    The blue lily or Nymphaea Caerulea (blue lotus) was represented in ancient Egyptian art. Its common name is Blue Lotus, Egyptian Lotus, Blue Water Lily, Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile. The blue lotus was found scattered over Tutankhamen's body when the Pharaoh's tomb was opened in 1922. ”. In wall paintings on Egyptian ruins you can see they really loved this flower. It's fragrant with a nice fruity scent. There are wall frescoes with Egyptians smelling the blossoms. It's even thought to be narcotic. They even infused their wine with the blossoms.

    Many historians thought it was a purely symbolic flower, but there may be some reason to believe that ancient Egyptians used it to induce an ecstatic state, stimulation, and/or hallucinations, as well as being widely used as a general remedy against illness, old age disease and to this day is used as a tonic for good health. For some, it may act as an aphrodisiac.

    Provides a relaxing euphoric sensation. It may help relieve muscle spasms. Ancient Egyptians used blue lotus flower as a strong aphrodisiac. Egyptian medicinal practitioners also used this flower to stimulate blood flow, and as an anti aging treatment. The ancients worshiped Blue Lotus as a visionary plant and it was the symbol for the origins of life. When this flower was soaked in water or wine, and then ingested it acted as an intoxicant. The Indians and Buddhist highly respected it for its visionary properties. This flower creates a feeling of well being, euphoria and ecstasy.



    Now suppose you used a type of "linguistics" to adapt people into a hypnotic state for what ever state you might deem is necessary to sway the direction of thought. Say in a ritual or gathering of people.....

    The success of an interaction ritual is a function of the degree of emotional energy transferred in a social exchange and is contingent upon the presence of the following ritual conditions: physical co-presence, mutual focus of attention, common emotional mood, and a boundary to outsiders. The experience of high levels of emotional energy is a notable occurrence and individuals seek to preserve the memory of this emotional energy through the use of symbolic expressions. The emotional charge carried by social symbols, however, has a natural half-life and will tend decay over-time unless the symbols are “revitalized” through subsequent interaction rituals.

    http://citation.allacademic.com//meta/p_mla_apa_research_citation/0/2/3
    /2/4/pages23244/p23244-4.php



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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:00 pm

    The success of an interaction ritual is a function of the degree of emotional energy transferred in a social exchange and is contingent upon the presence of the following ritual conditions: physical co-presence, mutual focus of attention, common emotional mood, and a boundary to outsiders. The experience of high levels of emotional energy is a notable occurrence and individuals seek to preserve the memory of this emotional energy through the use of symbolic expressions. The emotional charge carried by social symbols, however, has a natural half-life and will tend decay over-time unless the symbols are “revitalized” through subsequent interaction rituals.

    Well those symbols are revitalized through subsequent interaction rituals in most churches and cathedrals you can bet on that.

    Now when I first took a look at this place "Egyptian" struck me right away....first I saw the ceiling...then the front door. Now it was first brought to my attention by another this Jacobs ladder...but what I saw first was the Pillars of Ptah. In those pillars are two Jacobs ladders. It's reported in that laddar are 72 steps on each side. total of all the steps 144. Now that's an interesting number!

    12x12= 144

    144 divided by 12 = 12

    there are 12 apostles on these pillars. The twelve apostles of Christ of course.

    144 in biblical terms is HUGE!

    In Revelations: The number 144,000 has religious significance for Christians because of its use in the Book of Revelation of the New Testament, where it appears three times:
    Revelation 7:3-8 (ESV)
    saying: "Do not harm the earth or the sea or the trees, until after we have sealed the servants of God on their foreheads." And I heard the number of the sealed, a hundred and forty-four thousand, sealed from every tribe of the sons of Israel:
    12,000 from the tribe of Judah were sealed,
    12,000 from the tribe of Reuben,
    12,000 from the tribe of Gad,
    12,000 from the tribe of Asher,
    12,000 from the tribe of Naphtali,
    12,000 from the tribe of Manasseh,
    12,000 from the tribe of Simeon,
    12,000 from the tribe of Levi,
    12,000 from the tribe of Issachar,
    12,000 from the tribe of Zebulun,
    12,000 from the tribe of Joseph,
    12,000 from the tribe of Benjamin were sealed.

    Revelation 14:1 (ESV)
    Then I looked, and behold, on Mount Zion stood the Lamb, and with him 144,000 who had his name and his Father's name written on their foreheads.

    Revelation 14:3-5 (ESV)
    And they were singing a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and before the elders. No one could learn that song except the 144,000 who had been redeemed from the earth. For it is these who have not defiled themselves with women, for they are virgins. It is these who follow the Lamb wherever he goes. These have been redeemed from mankind as first fruits for God and the Lamb, and in their mouth no lie was found, for they are blameless.
    But there's more:
    Islam

    144,000 is alleged to have been the number of Sahaba of Muhammad, though other totals have been given.[13] The number is also given as the total number of prophets in Islam,[14] although this has also been reported as 124,000 or 244,000. The actual number of Prophets or Sahaba (Companions) is not known, however, 25 names have been mentioned in the Qur'an.
    New Age movements

    The number 144,000 is also significant in various New Age religious movements.
    The Church Universal and Triumphant teaches that Sanat Kummara and the Lords of the Flame also brought 144,000 souls with them from Venus.

    The new age religion called Raëlism also states that there are 144,000 chosen people to continue humanity in case of an upcoming disaster.[15]
    The satirical Church of the Subgenius believes that somewhere between 144 000 and 144 people will be taken with the Xists aboard the pleasure saucers

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/144000_(number)


    Instruction for the Passover: Exodus 12 in the Bible. In fact if you get to Exodus 12:12 it says:

    "For I will pass through the land of Egypt this night, and will smite all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both man and beast; and against all the gods of Egypt I will execute judgment: "I am the Lord".


    And last but not least!

    144000 is a natural number. It has significance in several religious movements. In the Mayan calendar, a baktun is a period of 144,000 days!

    Now if you'll recall the Mayans were led by this God Quatzequatel......

    Quatzequatel: Winged God

    Mayan god Thoth and Quetzacotal were the same person, Thoth was identified to Atlantis, Egypt, Sumer, then later was identified to Meso America and Peru as Quetzacoatal.

    His pyramid was the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan




    So.....let's look at this front enterence of the Bath Abby again:




    Now how could I possibly find anything Egyptian on the front? So there are two pillars...so what eh? Big deal right? Do you suppose you will see Thoth?

    Let's get a closer look at a part by the ladder:


    WTF is that cross in front of that guy? At first glance you'd think it was two swords...but.... that is NO SWORD!


    Now remember I am claiming this pillar as the other one on the other side are both Pillars of Ptah right?

    Lets look at some glyphs of Ptah and some symbols of this same cross:







    Well I'll be damned! Better yet.....lets look at some mummy's with their hands crossed in front of them waiting for resurrection to the underworld.... heaven as it were:







    Now...let's look at some more images of the hands crossed:




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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:19 pm

    So...who had the most special rod? Check this one out!




    Oh yes....this is Ptah.....his rod was special. What's up with those scales? His rod not only had the Djed...it had the Ankh and the Was! And Ptah was also know as the noble Djed. For it was him that supposedly had the power and created the pillars that held up the heavens among other things.

    So I've posted that the Djed was also a power source....like a battery.....but it held symbolic power as well and was originally linked to him..but later to Osiris...and the Osirian Cult.




    This is a close representation of the Djed Pillar. Do those lines look like steps to you? Likes steps of a ladder? Hmmm....???
    But does it represent a ladder?


    Seal ring featuring the inscription: "Ptah the one with durable favours" Hieroglyphs-(read from right, top): Ptah-(p-t-h)-(gives)-enduring-(Djed)-favors-(i.e.-libation offerings-(3, for plural)).




    Ptah with staff and ankh and djed. Portrayed as a bearded mummified man, often wearing a skull cap, with his hands holding an ankh, was, and djed, the symbols of life, power and stability, respectively.

    Now a "Was" is a scepter as well in Ancient Egypt:


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


    Now the Djed was also connected to Osiris and the Osirian cult. Keep in mind...Osiris was the god of the 'afterlife'.

    The djed symbol is one of the more ancient and commonly found symbols in Egyptian mythology. It is a pillar-like symbol in hieroglyphics representing stability. It is associated with Osiris, the Egyptian god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead. It is commonly understood to represent his spine.

    Myth

    In the myth of Osiris and Isis, Osiris was killed by Set by being tricked into a coffin made to fit Osiris exactly. Set then had the coffin with the now deceased Osiris flung into the Nile. The coffin was carried by the Nile to the ocean and on to the city of Byblos in Syria. It ran aground and a sacred tree took root and rapidly grew around the coffin, enclosing the coffin within its trunk. The king of the land, intrigued by the tree's quick growth, ordered the tree cut down and installed as a pillar in his palace, unaware that the tree contained Osiris's body. Meanwhile, Isis searched for Osiris aided by Anubis, and came to know of Osiris's location in Byblos. Isis maneuvered herself into the favor of the king and queen and was granted a boon. She asked for the pillar in the palace hall, and upon being granted it, extracted the coffin from the pillar. She then consecrated the pillar, anointing it with myrrh and wrapping it in linen. This pillar came to be known as the pillar of djed.

    The djed hieroglyph was a pillar-like symbol which represented stability. It was also sometimes used to represent Osiris himself, often combined "with a pair of eyes between the crossbars and holding the crook and flail." The djed hieroglyph is often found together with the tyet (also known as Isis knot) hieroglyph, which is translated as life or welfare. The djed and the tiet used together may depict the duality of life. The tyet hieroglyph may have become associated with Isis because of its frequent pairing with the djed.


    Did you get all of that? Isis extracted the coffin from the pillar after being granted this 'pillar'? It's represented as Osiris himself with eyes between crossbars holding a crook and flail?

    Quite the symbol wouldn't you say? Whew! should I say it? yeah....more coming.... Rolling Eyes

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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:27 pm

    A cathedra (Latin, "chair", from Greek, kathedra, "seat") or bishop's throne is the chair or throne of a bishop. It is a symbol of the bishop's teaching authority in the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, and has in some sense remained such in the Anglican Communion and in Lutheran churches. Cathedra is the Latin word for a chair with armrests, and it appears in early Christian literature in the phrase "cathedrae apostolorum" indicating authority derived directly from the apostles; its Roman connotations of authority reserved for the Emperor were later adopted by bishops after the 4th century. A church into which a bishop's official cathedra is installed is called a cathedral.

    So a Cathedral is for the throne of the Bishop.

    And a Bishop?

    A bishop (English derivation of the New Testament Greek επίσκοπος episcopos "overseer, guardian") is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight. Within the Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Anglican, Old Catholic, Independent Catholic Churches, and in the Assyrian Church of the East, bishops claim apostolic succession, a direct historical lineage dating back to the original Twelve Apostles. Within these churches, bishops are seen as those who possess the full priesthood and can ordain clergy including other bishops.

    Say what?!? Direct historical lineage? You're kidding! Check it!



    The sub-period of Early Christianity during the lifetimes of the apostles is called the Apostolic Age. In the 2nd century, association with the apostles was esteemed as evidence of authority and such churches are known as Apostolic Sees. Paul's epistles were accepted as scripture (see Development of the New Testament canon), and two of the four gospels were associated with apostles, as were other New Testament works. Various Christian texts, such as the Didache and the Apostolic Constitutions, were attributed to the twelve apostles. Bishops traced their lines of succession back to individual apostles, who were said to have established churches across great territories. Christian bishops have traditionally claimed authority deriving, by apostolic succession, from the Twelve. Early Church Fathers came to be associated with apostles, such as Pope Clement I with Peter the Apostle (see Apostolic Fathers). The Apostles' Creed, popular in the West, was said to have been composed by the Apostles themselves.


    Now this puts a twist on it eh?

    So to be the next monarch in line....you have to be related to the current one eh? Who's in line to be the next King of England? Bloodline eh?

    To become a bishop and sit on that bishops throne you need "lines of succession" to individual apostles?

    Seems this lineage is an important thing eh?

    "And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease. : Now the names of the twelve apostles are these:...These twelve Jesus sent forth and commanded them, saying, go not into the way of the Gentiles and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not : but go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel And as ye go preach saying 'The kingdom of heaven is at hand'"


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostle_(Christian)
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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:35 pm

    The Gospel of Mark states that Jesus initially sent out these twelve in pairs, to towns in Galilee. Literal readings of the text state that their initial instructions were to heal the sick and drive out demons, and in the Gospel of Matthew to raise the dead, but some scholars read this more metaphorically as instructions to heal the spiritually sick and thus to drive away wicked behaviour. They are also instructed to "take nothing for their journey, except a staff only: no bread, no wallet, no money in their purse, but to wear sandals, and not put on two tunics", and that if any town rejects them they ought to shake the dust off their feet as they leave, a gesture which some scholars think was meant as a contemptuous threat. Their carrying of just a staff (Matthew and Luke say not even a staff) is sometimes given as the reason for the use by Christian Bishops of a staff of office, in those denominations that believe they maintain an apostolic succession.


    A staff? Are you sirius!!!!!!!!!!! What is with these rods and staffs?!?....thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.....

    Oh wait.....

    Staff of office



    A staff of office is a staff, the carrying of which often denotes an official's position, a social rank or a degree of social prestige.
    Apart from the ecclesiastical and ceremonial usages mentioned below, there are less formal usages. A gold- or silver-topped cane can express social standing (or dandyism). Teachers or prefects in schools traditionally carried less elaborate canes which marked their right (and potential threat) to administer canings, and military officers carry a residual threat of physical punishment in their swagger sticks. Orchestral conductors have in their batons symbols of authority as well as tools of their trade.

    Ecclesiastical use

    Church sidesmen or dodsmen bear sticks or rods or wands of office; bishops may use a crozier or crook.
    In the Eastern Orthodox Church and some of the Oriental Orthodox Churches an ecclesiastical walking stick is used by bishops, archimandrites and hegumens (abbots) when walking outside. It is usually made of dark wood and is straight, rather than having a curved handle. The walking stick used by bishops and archimandrites is normally adorned with a silver grip at the top and a metal ferrule at the tip. The walking stick used by a hegumen or hegumenia (abbess) is normally of plain wood, unadorned.
    The walking stick is not used in any liturgical context, except to the extent that when a bishop is formally received at the beginning of the service, he will carry it as he walks into the church. An altar server will usually take it from him when he enters the narthex and return it to him when he leaves at the end of the service.

    Ceremonial use

    Monarchs often have a sceptre signifying their office. There are also offices which take their titles from their staff, such as Black Rod and the Tipstaff. Some corporate bodies use maces.

    The ceremonial mace is a highly ornamented staff of metal or wood, carried before a sovereign or other high official in civic ceremonies by a mace-bearer, intended to represent the official's authority. The mace, as used today, derives from the original mace used as a weapon. Processions often feature maces, as on parliamentary or formal academic occasions.



    Well...looks like another symbol .....that goes all the way back to where and when? Take a wild guess....


    All my sins are taken away!!!!!!!!! hand me down my walking cane

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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:40 pm

    The seat or throne of the Bishop of Bath is also the Bishop of Wells. They go hand in hand....Wells Cathedral and Bath Cathedral.

    Now except for a few personal pic I've found it's very hard to find good pics of the interior of Bath Cathedral. But I've found some. And will present some interesting links to those personal photos. For Example....you really will have a hard time finding a public picture of the Bishops Throne like the one I presented here. That was a personal pic. Apparently Bath Cathedral likes to keep their interior more private except for the obvious architectural feats that are obvious. Such as that ceiling and the front west entrance of Jacobs Ladder.

    So I want to take a little peak at Wells Cathedral. Now they are not so private there. I found some very nice links to virtual pictures you can actual spin around the various areas within the Cathedral. Keep in mind the SAME Bishop sits at the throne of BOTH Cathedrals.

    So I looked at Wells Cathedral and what do you think I found? The ceiling of this virtual area is different to be sure! Look up and tell me what you see. Nope...no 'vaulted fans" or representations of the Lily.....you see a circle opening with a black dot and to the right a symbol of a Cross. Very much like the cross of Ptah...as I've shown above.....but look closer....there is an astronomical clock above Jesus.


    All of that symbolism right above an astronomical clock!

    Ask yourself WHY that would?

    Check it:

    http://www.learn.columbia.edu/ha/html/medieval_wells_n_main_tran.htm

    Also if you look straight up you will see a circle with a dot in the center:


    That circle with a dot in the center is the sun God RA





    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_(hieroglyph)


    But don't think they forgot to put the representation of the Egyptian Blue lily in their architecture at the Wells Cathedral...... Another virtual tour:

    Take a tour and look/scroll up...... Wink

    http://www.learn.columbia.edu/ha/html/medieval_wells_chapter_house.htm



    okay....for now I leave you to ponder.....and here's a still pic of that astronomical clock:




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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:43 pm

    For one moment...think "Pillars of Ptah"....and Jacobs ladder...... Here at wells it seems they did not forget either.... look up the stair....and check out the darkened pillars!

    for the virtual tour click the link: (hint...the pillars of Ptah are in dark granite)

    http://www.learn.columbia.edu/ha/html/medieval_wells_chapter_stairs.htm



    Wonder how many steps there are?

    At the top of the stairs.....three circles.....Or are the representing planets? Check it:




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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:54 pm

    Before I get on to that News Flash....

    I want to bring to your attention that clock and that symbol of Ra. Unless you're standing right in that spot in front of the Fathers SON....below the astronomical clock....you will not see that hidden symbol.....You also see in this picture three circles as well as the Ra symbol in conjunction....like the three planets in the post above.....




    http://www.beenthere-donethat.org.uk/somerset/wellscathedral1.html


    Here you can see the tower crossing roof through one of the scissor arches. There is one of these scissor structures on each of three sides of the crossing.

    Three sides of the Crossing?!?

    How about that clock?




    The Wells Cathedral clock is an astronomical clock in the north transept of Wells Cathedral, England. The clock is one of the group of famous 14th to 16th century astronomical clocks to be found in the West of England. The surviving mechanism, dated to between 1386 and 1392, was replaced in the 19th century, and was eventually moved to the Science Museum in London, where it continues to operate. The dial represents the geocentric view of the universe, with sun and moon revolving round a central fixed earth. It may be unique in showing a philosophical model of the pre-Copernican universe.

    Another dial is mounted on the outside wall, driven from the same mechanism. This was first installed in the 14th or 15th centuries, but has been restored a number of times.

    The dial proposes a model of the universe. Against a background of stars, the sun (the large gilded star on the outer ring) moves in a circle, and indicates the time using the 24-hour analogue dial, which is marked in Roman numerals from I to XII, then from I to XII again. Noon is at the top of the dial reflecting the position of the sun in the sky at this time.

    In the corners, four angels hold the four cardinal winds. These may be generating the power that makes the universe operate.
    The minutes are indicated by a smaller star on the ring inside.

    The inner circle shows the moon. A pointer indicates the age of the moon, between 1 and 30 days. The black and white disk above the center shows the moon's phase. The white disk rotates once in a synodic month. The inscription around the moon phase indicator says sphericus archetypum globus hic monstrat microcosmum, which translates as This spherical globe here shows the archetypal microcosm. Howgrave-Graham suggests that the scribe erroneously put microcosmum, when macrocosmum is the more obvious word. Opposite the moon circle is a weighted pivoted disc, containing a small painting of Phoebe, representing the moon.The inscription reads: Sic peragrat Phobe, or So progresses Phoebe.

    At the center of the dial, the ball represents the earth, and the clouds suggest the same.

    Above the clock and to the right is a figure, known as Jack Blandifers, who hits bells with a hammer held in his right hand and by hitting his heels on two bells hung beneath him. A set of jousting knights also chase each other every 15 minutes.

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

    Just a note:

    In Greek mythology "radiant" Phoebe , was one of the original Titans, who were one set of sons and daughters of Uranus and Gaia. She was traditionally associated with the moon (see Selene), as in Michael Drayton's Endimion and Phœbe, (1595), the first extended treatment of the Endymion myth in English. Her consort was her brother Coeus, with whom she had two daughters, Leto, who bore Apollo and Artemis, and Asteria, a star-goddess who bore an only daughter Hecate.

    Who else represented the moon? That would be Thoth...the once SCRIBE of PTAH: Until he got a little too smart for Ptah and was sent packing to south America to build his own Pyramid of the Sun....Where he does what?


    He has the Mayan's develope the Mayan calendar, and a baktun with a period of 144,000 days!




    So...standing in front of the Christ if you look up to the sky....above the clock....you can see the cross of Ptah and the Sun god hieroglyph. yet if you move away to another position it's not so obvious...it's rather hidden.


    So back to my question.....Three sides of the crossing? Well we're back to Exodus, Moses, his magic rod, what about three crossings?

    Check it!

    The Exodus Puzzle
    This article examines a very complex topic: the ancient route of Exodus of the Israelites from their departure in Egypt to their arrival in the Promised Land. The most puzzling aspects of Exodus are:
    The site of Red Sea Crossing where Pharaoh’s army drowned
    The location of Mt. Sinai where Yahweh spoke to Moses and gave the Law
    The details of the last 38 years of wilderness wandering (38....3+8=11)
    The Pharaoh of Exodus who followed the Israelites but drowned in the Red Sea
    If you inspect the Exodus route maps in Bible atlases you will be surprised how many versions are out there. Just about all the versions choose a Red Sea crossing in the border of Egypt, either through some lakes in the border area or through the northern tip of the Gulf of Suez. Mt. Sinai is marked in southern Sinai as Jebel Musa. This location is famous also for the St. Catherine’s monastery established in the 6th century AD.




    http://www.bible.ca/archeology/bibl...ing-red-sea-crossing-points-kadesh-barnea.htm


    Many preachers realize that only 3 of the 50 locations are known for sure of the exodus route and conclude we cannot know and it doesn't matter anyway. Consequently, very little effort is put into analyzing many of the exodus routes.

    They did not take the direct eastern route called "the way of the land of the Philistines",

    Exodus 13:17-18: which was also known as the "Way of Horus", where Egypt had a series of defensive outposts filled with garrisons of soldiers dotted along this route.

    The fort of Tjaru, also called Tharo, was an ancient Egyptian fortress along the major road from Egypt to Canaan. Known as ‘the way of Horus’, the road was extremely important for both travel and trade – and in times of war, whoever controlled the road essentially controlled the territory. Previously known only through descriptions and images, archaeologists have finally uncovered the fort itself – and it turns out that this fort was one of the largest fortresses to have existed during the Pharonic era in ancient Egypt.



    http://ancientstandard.com/2007/10/21/the-fortress-of-kings-ca-1500-–-1000-bc/

    Now....there was a battle between Set and Horus:

    Which divided the house.... The cult of Osiris and the cult of Set went to battle. It was through this battle the story of Set/Osiris/Isis...and the "Resurrection" was told.




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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:56 pm

    One more on the Wells Cathedral:

    Spin yourself to the stained glass window...look up a bit.....look at the shield. See the cross of Ptah in the shield? With a rod and a spiral?


    http://www.learn.columbia.edu/ha/html/medieval_wells_w_window.htm




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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:13 pm

    About now you're probably wondering what this has to do with the "Theater of Parallel Universe"....Just watch.... Hypnotize

    Back to Bath Abbey:

    Well, this certainly helps a bit....I have some to add on Oliver King the Bishop spoken about in this video series. But I'll share these two with you....the second in the series of three videos is rather funny....

    Some history of Bath Abbey in video.






    Knock knock....Who's there?

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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:16 pm

    Well...again before I talk about the Bishops and their move...uh oh...I feel a song coming on.....like a chess game. Better yet this is starting to read like a Dan Brown novel eh?



    Legend of the Death and Resurrection of Horus (Metternich Stela)

    Translated by Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge (1857-1934)



    Legend of the Death and Resurrection of Horus (Metternich Stela)



    Above are three views of the famous Metternich Stela, also known as the Magical Stela; the stela dates to the reign of Pharaoh Nectanebo, 30th Dynasty of Egypt. It is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

    The magical and religious texts of the Egyptians of all periods contain spells intended to be used against serpents, scorpions, and noxious reptiles of all kinds, and their number, and the importance which was attached to them, suggest that Egypt must always have produced these pests in abundance, and that the Egyptians were always horribly afraid of them. The text of Unas, which was written towards the close of the Vth Dynasty, contains many such spells, and in the Theban and Saite Books of the Dead several Chapters consist of nothing but spells and incantations, many of which are based on archaic texts, against crocodiles, serpents, and other deadly reptiles, and insects of all kinds. All such creatures were regarded as incarnations of evil spirits, which attack the dead as well as the living, and therefore it was necessary for the well-being of the former that copies of spells against them should be written upon the walls of tombs, coffins, funerary amulets, etc. The gods were just as open to the attacks of venomous reptiles as man, and Ra, himself, the king of the gods, nearly died from the poison of a snake-bite. Now the gods were, as a rule, able to defend themselves against the attacks of Set and his fiends, and the poisonous snakes and insects which were their emissaries, by virtue of the fluid of life, which was the peculiar attribute of divinity, and the efforts of Egyptians were directed to the acquisition of a portion of this magical power, which would protect their souls and bodies and their houses and cattle, and other property, each day and each night throughout the year. When a man cared for the protection of himself only he wore an amulet of some kind, in which the fluid of life was localized. When he wished to protect his house against invasion by venomous reptiles he placed statues containing the fluid of life in niches in the walls of various chambers, or in some place outside but near the house, or buried them in the earth with their faces turned in the direction from which he expected the attack to come.

    Towards the close of the XXVIth Dynasty, when superstition in its most exaggerated form was general in Egypt, it became the custom to make house talismans in the form of small stone stelae, with rounded tops, which rested on bases having convex fronts. On the front of such a talisman was sculptured in relief a figure of Horus the Child (Harpokrates), standing on two crocodiles, holding in his hands figures of serpents, scorpions, a lion, and a horned animal, each of these being a symbol of an emissary or ally of Set, the god of Evil. Above his head was the head of Bes, and on each side of him were: solar symbols, i.e., the lily of Nefer-Tem, figures of Ra and Harmakhis, the
    Eyes of Ra (the Sun and Moon), etc. The reverse of the stele and the whole of the base were covered with magical texts and spells, and when a talisman of this kind was placed in a house, it was supposed to be directly under the protection of Horus and his companion gods, who had vanquished all the hosts of darkness and all the powers of physical and moral evil. Many examples of this talisman are to be seen in the great Museums of Europe, and there are several fine specimens in the Third Egyptian Room in the British Museum. They are usually called "Cippi of Horus." The largest and most important of all these "cippi" is that which is commonly known as the "Metternich Stele," because it was given to Prince Metternich by Muhammad `Ali Pasha; it was dug up in 1828 during the building of a cistern in a Franciscan Monastery in Alexandria, and was first published, with a translation of a large part of the text, by Professor Golenischeff. The importance of the stele is enhanced by the fact that it mentions the name of the king in whose reign it was made, viz., Nectanebo ...

    The obverse, reverse, and two sides of the Metternich Stele have cut upon them nearly three hundred figures of gods and celestial beings. These include figures of the great gods of heaven, earth, and the Other World, figures of the gods of the planets and the Dekans, figures of the gods of the days of the week, of the weeks, and months, and seasons of the year, and of the year. Besides these there are a number of figures of local forms of the gods which it is difficult to identify. On the rounded portion of the obverse the place of honour is held by the solar disk, in which is seen a figure of Khnemu with four ram's heads, which rests between a pair of arms, and is supported on a lake of celestial water; on each side of it are four of the spirits of the dawn, and on the right stands the symbol of the rising sun, Nefer-Temu, and on the left stands Thoth. Below this are five rows of small figures of gods. Below these is Harpokrates in relief, in the attitude already described. He stands on two crocodiles under a kind of canopy, the sides of which are supported by Thoth and Isis, and holds Typhonic animals and reptiles. Above the canopy are the two Eyes of Ra, each having a pair of human arms and hands. On the right of Harpokrates are Seker and Horus, and on his left the symbol of Nefer-Temu. On the left and right are the goddesses Nekhebet and Uatchet, who guard the South of Egypt and the North respectively. On the reverse and sides are numerous small figures of gods. This stele represented the power to protect man possessed by all the divine beings in the universe, and, however it was placed, it formed an impassable barrier to every spirit of evil and to every venomous reptile. The spells, which are cut in hieroglyphics on all the parts of the stele not occupied by figures of gods, were of the most potent character, for they contained the actual words by which the gods vanquished the powers of darkness and evil. These spells ... may be thus summarized:--

    The first spell is an incantation directed against reptiles and noxious creatures in general. The chief of these was Apep, the great enemy of Ra, who took the form of a huge serpent that "resembled the intestines," and the spell doomed him to decapitation, and burning and backing in pieces. These things would be effected by Serqet, the Scorpion-goddess. The second part of the spell was directed against
    the poison of Apep, and was to be recited over anyone who was bitten by a snake. When uttered by Horus it made Apep to vomit, and when used by a magician properly qualified would make the bitten person to vomit, and so free his body from the poison.

    The next spell is directed to the Cat, i.e., a symbol of the daughter of Ra, or Isis, who had the head of Ra, the eyes of the uraeus, the nose of Thoth, the ears of Neb-er-tcher, the mouth of Tem, the neck of Neheb-ka, the breast of Thoth, the heart of Ra, the hands of the gods, the belly of Osiris, the thighs of Menthu, the legs of Khensu, the feet of Amen-Horus, the haunches of Horus, the soles of the
    feet of Ra, and the bowels of Meh-urit. Every member of the Cat contained a god or goddess, and she was able to destroy the poison of any serpent, or scorpion, or reptile, which might be injected into her body. The spell opens with an address to Ra, who is entreated to come to his daughter, who has been stung by a scorpion on a lonely road, and to cause the poison to leave her body. Thus it seems as if Isis, the great magician, was at some time stung by a scorpion.

    The next section is very difficult to understand. Ra-Harmakhis is called upon to come to his daughter, and Shu to his wife, and Isis to her sister, who has been poisoned. Then the Aged One, i.e., Ra, is asked to let Thoth turn back Neha-her, or Set. "Osiris is in the water, but Horus is with him, and the Great Beetle overshadows him,"and every evil spirit which dwells in the water is adjured to allow
    Horus to proceed to Osiris. Ra, Sekhet, Thoth, and Heka, this last named being the spell personified, are the four great gods who protect Osiris, and who will blind and choke his enemies, and cut out their tongues. The cry of the Cat is again referred to, and Ra is asked if he does not remember the cry which came from the bank of Netit. The allusion here is to the cries which Isis uttered when she arrived at Netit near Abydos, and found lying there the dead body of her husband.

    At this point on the Stele the spells are interrupted by a long narrative put into the mouth of Isis, which supplies us with some account of the troubles that she suffered, and describes the death of Horus through the sting of a scorpion. Isis, it seems, was shut up in some dwelling by Set after he murdered Osiris, probably with the intention of forcing her to marry him, and so assist him to legalize
    his seizure of the kingdom. Isis, as we have already seen, had been made pregnant by her husband after his death, and Thoth now appeared to her, and advised her to hide herself with her unborn child, and to bring him forth in secret, and he promised her that her son should succeed in due course to his father's throne. With the help of Thoth she escaped from her captivity, and went forth accompanied by the Seven Scorpion-goddesses, who brought her to the town of Per-Sui, on the edge of the Reed Swamps. She applied to a woman for a night's shelter, but the woman shut her door in her face. To punish her one of the Scorpion-goddesses forced her way into the woman's house, and stung her child to death. The grief of the woman was so bitter and sympathy-compelling that Isis laid her hands on the child, and, having uttered one of her most potent spells over him, the poison of the scorpion ran out of his body, and the child came to life again. The words of the spell are cut on the Stele, and they were treasured by the Egyptians as an infallible remedy for scorpion stings. When the woman saw that her son had been brought back to life by Isis, she was filled with joy and gratitude, and, as a mark of her repentance, she brought large quantities of things from her house as gifts for Isis, and they were so many that they filled the house of the kind, but poor, woman who had given Isis shelter.

    Now soon after Isis had restored to life the son of the woman who had shown churlishness to her, a terrible calamity fell upon her, for her beloved son Horus was stung by a scorpion and died. The news of this event was conveyed to her by the gods, who cried out to her to come to see her son Horus, whom the terrible scorpion Uhat had killed. Isis, stabbed with pain at the news, as if a knife had been driven into her body, ran out distraught with grief. It seems that she had gone to perform a religious ceremony in honour of Osiris in a temple near Hetep-hemt, leaving her child carefully concealed in Sekhet-An. During her absence the scorpion Uhat, which had been sent by Set, forced its way into the hiding-place of Horus, and there stung him to death. When Isis came and found the dead body, she burst forth in lamentations, the sound of which brought all the people from the neighbouring districts to her side. As she related to them the history of her sufferings they endeavoured to console her, and when they found this to be impossible they lifted up their voices and wept with her. Then Isis placed her nose in the mouth of Horus so that she might discover if he still breathed, but there was no breath in his throat; and when she examined the wound in his body made by the fiend Aun-Ab she saw in it traces of poison. No doubt about his death then remained in her mind, and clasping him in her arms she lifted him up, and in her transports of grief leaped about like fish when they are laid on red-hot coals. Then she uttered a series of heartbreaking laments, each of which begins with the words "Horus is bitten." The heir of heaven, the son of Un-Nefer, the child of the gods, he who was wholly fair, is bitten! He for whose wants I provided, he who was to avenge his father, is bitten! He for whom I cared and suffered when he was being fashioned in my womb, is bitten! He whom I tended so that I might gaze upon him, is bitten! He whose life I prayed for is bitten! Calamity hath overtaken the child, and he hath perished.

    Whilst Isis was saying these and many similar words, her sister Nephthys, who had been weeping bitterly for her nephew Horus as she wandered about among the swamps, came, in company with the Scorpion goddess Serqet, and advised Isis to pray to heaven for help. Pray that the sailors in the Boat of Ra may cease from rowing, for the Boat cannot travel onwards whilst Horus lies dead. Then Isis cried out to heaven, and her voice reached the Boat of Millions of Years, and the Disk ceased to move onward, and came to a standstill. From the Boat Thoth descended, being equipped with words of power and spells of all kinds, and bearing with him the "great command of maa-kheru," i.e., the WORD, whose commands were performed, instantly and completely, by every god, spirit, fiend, human being and by every thing, animate and inanimate, in heaven, earth, and the Other World. Then he came to Isis and told her that no harm could possibly have happened to Horus, for he was under the protection of the Boat of Ra; but his words failed to comfort Isis, and though she acknowledged the greatness of his designs, she complained that they savoured of delay. "What is the good," she asks, "of all thy spells, and incantations, and magical formulae, and the great command of maa-kheru, if Horus is to perish by the poison of a scorpion, and to lie here in the arms of Death? Evil, evil is his destiny, for it hath entailed the deepest misery for him and death."

    In answer to these words Thoth, turning to Isis and Nephthys, bade them to fear not, and to have no anxiety about Horus, "For," said he, "I have come from heaven to heal the child for his mother." He then pointed out that Horus was under protection as the Dweller in his Disk (Aten), the Great Dwarf, the Mighty Ram, the Great Hawk, the Holy Beetle, the Hidden Body, the Divine Bennu, etc., and proceeded to utter the great spell which restored Horus to life. By his words of power Thoth transferred the fluid of life of Ra, and as soon as this came upon the child's body the poison of the scorpion flowed out of him, and he once more breathed and lived. When this was done Thoth returned to the Boat of Ra, the gods who formed its crew resumed their rowing, and the Disk passed on its way to make its daily journey across the sky. The gods in heaven, who were amazed and uttered cries of terror when they heard of the death of Horus, were made happy once more, and sang songs of joy over his recovery. The happiness of Isis in her child's restoration to life was very great, for she could again hope that he would avenge his father's murder, and occupy his throne. The final words of Thoth comforted her greatly, for he told her that he would take charge of the case of Horus in the Judgment Hall of Anu, wherein Osiris had been judged, and that as his advocate he would make any accusations which might be brought against Horus to recoil on him that brought them. Furthermore, he would give Horus power to repulse any attacks which might be made upon him by beings in the heights above, or fiends in the depths below, and would ensure his succession to the Throne of the Two Lands, i.e., Egypt. Thoth also promised Isis that Ra himself should act as the advocate of Horus, even as he had done for his father Osiris. He was also careful to allude to the share which Isis had taken in the restoration of Horus to life, saying, "It is the words of power of his mother which have lifted up his face, and they shall enable him to journey wheresoever he pleaseth, and to put fear into the powers above. I myself hasten [to obey them]." Thus everything turned on the power of the spells of Isis, who made the sun to stand still, and caused the dead to be raised.

    Such are the contents of the texts on the famous Metternich Stele. There appears to be some confusion in their arrangement, and some of them clearly are misplaced, and, in places, the text is manifestly corrupt. It is impossible to explain several passages, for we do not understand all the details of the system of magic which they represent. Still, the general meaning of the texts on the Stele is quite clear,
    and they record a legend of Isis and Horus which is not found so fully described on any other monument.
    [The narrative of the stinging of Horus by a scorpion is continued thus]:

    http://platopagan.tripod.com/resurrection_of_horus.htm


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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:18 pm

    What was the Metternich Stela doing in the wall of a Franciscan monastery? ..............

    History

    The stela belongs to a group of stelae known as the "Cippi of Horus" or 'Stelae of Horus on the crocodiles'. These types of stelae were used to protect the ancient Egyptian people from dangerous animals such as crocodiles and snakes. The Magical Stela is one of the largest and most complete of this kind.

    It is theorized that in the reign of Nectanebo II, a priest named Esatum traveled to the burial place of the Mnevis bulls at Heliopolis. There he noticed certain inscriptions that he thought were interesting and ordered them to be copied onto a large block of stone. There the stela was created and stood for many years until Alexander the Great conquered the Persians in Egypt and it was brought to Alexandria.

    For over two thousand years, the stela was missing until it was discovered in a wall that was excavated in a Franciscan monastery.

    Mythology

    The main function of the Metternich Stela was for the magical healing of poisons, mostly caused by animals. Water was poured over the Stela and collected. The water from the Stela was then drunk by the person suffering from the poisonous ailment. That person would identify with the child Horus who had also suffered such tragedies. During the entire process religious rites from the Stela were recited by local priests.

    The first few spells on the stela are related to reptiles and other harmful creatures. The most prominent was the serpent demon Apophis who was the enemy of Ra for he is the equivalent of the devil. The spell forced the serpent to decapitate and burn into pieces. The second half of the spell would force the serpent to vomit and while the priest recited this spell the person inflicted would also vomit freeing their body of the poison.

    The next spell was directed towards a cat. The cat contained a bit of a god or goddess and would be able to destroy any sort of poison. The spell asks for Ra to aid the cat in her time of need.

    Most of the Stela has inscriptions that describe stories such as the ones above in relation to being poisoned and spells to be cured. The most famous is the story of Isis and the Seven Scorpions. The story takes up the majority of the stela and is most referenced when it came to ailments dealing with poisons

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



    There is a reason I bring this up.... For future reference to the Bath Abby and Wells Cathedral ...
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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:19 pm

    Now...clearly the Stela was the basic ritual of the Resurrection of Horus by Thoth and Isis...



    The Bath Abby was prior to it's becoming a Cathedral...Throne of the Bishop....a Monastery. With Monks.


    Christian monasticism is a practice which began to develop early in the history of the Christian Church, modeled upon scriptural examples and ideals, including those in the Old Testament, but not mandated as an institution in the scriptures. It has come to be regulated by religious rules (e.g. the Rule of St Basil, the Rule of St Benedict, the Rule of Saint Augustine) and, in modern times, the Canon law of the respective Christian denominations that have forms of monastic living. Those living the monastic life are known by the generic terms monks (men) and nuns (women).

    Monastics generally dwell in a monastery, whether they live there in community (cenobites), or in seclusion (recluses).


    Monastic life is distinct from the "religious orders" such as the friars, canons regular, clerks regular, and the more recent religious congregations.[3] Both ways of living out the Christian life are regulated by the respective Church law of those Christian denominations that recognize it (e.g., the Roman Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church, the Anglican Church, or the Lutheran Church)

    The Bath Abby and Wells Cathedral are Anglican Churches/Cathedrals.


    The first efforts to create a proto-monastery were by Saint Macarius, who established individual groups of cells such as those at Kellia (founded in 328.) The intention was to bring together individual ascetics who, although pious, did not, like Saint Anthony, have the physical ability or skills to live a solitary existence in the desert. At Tabenna. in upper Egypt, sometime around 323 AD, Saint Pachomius, chose to mould his disciples into a more organized community in which the monks lived in individual huts or rooms (cellula in Latin,) but worked, ate, and worshipped in shared space. Guidelines for daily life were created, and separate monasteries were created for men and women. This method of monastic organization is called cenobitic or "community-based." All the principal monastic orders are cenobitic in nature. In Catholic theology, this community-based living is considered superior because of the obedience practiced and the accountability offered. The head of a monastery came to be known by the word for "Father;" - in Syriac, Abba; in English, "Abbot."
    This one community was so successful he was called in to help organize others, and by one count by the time he died in 346 there were thought to be 3,000 such communities dotting Egypt, especially the Thebaid. Within the span of the next generation this number increased to 7,000. From there monasticism quickly spread out first to Palestine and the Judean Desert, Syria, North Africa and eventually the rest of the Roman Empire.


    The central and unifying feature of Orthodox monasticism is Hesychasm, the practice of silence, and the concentrated saying of the Jesus Prayer. All ascetic practices and monastic humility is guided towards preparing the heart for theorea or the "divine vision" that comes from the union of the soul with God. It should be noted, however, that such union is not accomplished by any human activity. All an ascetic can do is prepare the ground; it is for God to cause the seed to grow and bear fruit.

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

    So...I ask again....What is a Franciscan Monastery doing with and Egyptian Stela? Hmmm......

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/egy/leg/leg11.htm


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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:21 pm

    So it's theorized.....


    It is theorized that in the reign of Nectanebo II, a priest named Esatum traveled to the burial place of the Mnevis bulls at Heliopolis. There he noticed certain inscriptions that he thought were interesting and ordered them to be copied onto a large block of stone. There the stela was created and stood for many years until Alexander the Great conquered the Persians in Egypt and it was brought to Alexandria.

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


    So Alexander the Great took this souvenir from Egypt and a group of monks later decided to do exactly what with it? And why?
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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:23 pm

    What was the Metternich Stela doing in the wall of a Franciscan monastery? ..............

    History

    The stela belongs to a group of stelae known as the "Cippi of Horus" or 'Stelae of Horus on the crocodiles'. These types of stelae were used to protect the ancient Egyptian people from dangerous animals such as crocodiles and snakes. The Magical Stela is one of the largest and most complete of this kind.

    It is theorized that in the reign of Nectanebo II, a priest named Esatum traveled to the burial place of the Mnevis bulls at Heliopolis. There he noticed certain inscriptions that he thought were interesting and ordered them to be copied onto a large block of stone. There the stela was created and stood for many years until Alexander the Great conquered the Persians in Egypt and it was brought to Alexandria.

    For over two thousand years, the stela was missing until it was discovered in a wall that was excavated in a Franciscan monastery.

    Mythology

    The main function of the Metternich Stela was for the magical healing of poisons, mostly caused by animals. Water was poured over the Stela and collected. The water from the Stela was then drunk by the person suffering from the poisonous ailment. That person would identify with the child Horus who had also suffered such tragedies. During the entire process religious rites from the Stela were recited by local priests.

    The first few spells on the stela are related to reptiles and other harmful creatures. The most prominent was the serpent demon Apophis who was the enemy of Ra for he is the equivalent of the devil. The spell forced the serpent to decapitate and burn into pieces. The second half of the spell would force the serpent to vomit and while the priest recited this spell the person inflicted would also vomit freeing their body of the poison.

    The next spell was directed towards a cat. The cat contained a bit of a god or goddess and would be able to destroy any sort of poison. The spell asks for Ra to aid the cat in her time of need.

    Most of the Stela has inscriptions that describe stories such as the ones above in relation to being poisoned and spells to be cured. The most famous is the story of Isis and the Seven Scorpions. The story takes up the majority of the stela and is most referenced when it came to ailments dealing with poisons

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

    There is a reason I bring this up.... For future reference to the Bath Abby and Wells Cathedral ..

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    Post  Brook on Fri Nov 02, 2012 11:28 pm

    So....we know about this fancy ladder of divine ascent.....Jacob's Ladder.

    The theme of the ladder to heaven is often used by the Early Church Fathers: Saint Irenaeus in the 2nd century describes the Christian Church as the ladder of ascent to God

    In the 4th century Saint Gregory of Nazianzus speaks of ascending Jacob's Ladder by successive steps towards excellence, interpreting thus the ladder as an ascetic path, while Saint Gregory of Nyssa narrates that Moses climbed on Jacob's Ladder to reach the heavens where he entered the tabernacle not made with hands, thus giving to the Ladder a clear mystical meaning.

    The ascetic interpretation is found also in Saint John Chrysostom who writes:

    And so mounting as it were by steps, let us get to heaven by a Jacob’s ladder. For the ladder seems to me to signify in a riddle by that vision the gradual ascent by means of virtue, by which it is possible for us to ascend from earth to heaven, not using material steps, but improvement and correction of manners.

    Saint John Chrysostom?
    Lets check this Saint out:


    John Chrysostom (c. 347–407, Greek: Ἰωάννης ὁ Χρυσόστομος), Archbishop of Constantinople, was an important Early Church Father. He is known for his eloquence in preaching and public speaking, his denunciation of abuse of authority by both ecclesiastical and political leaders, the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, and his ascetic sensibilities. After his death in 407 (or, according to some sources, during his life) he was given the Greek epithet chrysostomos, meaning "golden mouthed" in English.

    John is known in Christianity chiefly as a preacher, theologian and liturgist. Among his homilies, eight directed against Judaizing Christians remain controversial for their impact on the development of Christian antisemitism.

    Really? I didn't write that..... but check this out....

    The Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches honor him as a saint and count him among the Three Holy Hierarchs, together with Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzus. He is recognized by the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church as a saint and as a Doctor of the Church. Churches of the Western tradition, including the Roman Catholic Church, some Anglican provinces, and parts of the Lutheran Church, commemorate him on 13 September. Some Lutheran and many Anglican provinces commemorate him on the traditional Eastern feast day of 27 January.

    The Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria also recognizes John Chrysostom as a saint (with feast days on 16 Thout and 17 Hathor).

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

    Say what? This is news to me.....so what is this Feast day of Thout and Hathor????????

    Check it....note the date.....

    Month of Hathor

    Hathor also known as Hatour, is the third month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between November 10 and December 9 of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Hathor is also the third month of the Season of 'Akhet' (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, when the Nile floods historically covered the land of Egypt; they have not done so since the construction of the High Dam at Aswan.

    The name of the month comes from Hathor, the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Beauty and Love.
    Thout

    Thout , also known as Tout, is the first month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between 11 September and 10 October of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Thout is also the first month of the Season of Akhet (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, when the Nile floods historically covered the land of Egypt; it has not done so since the construction of the High Dam at Aswan.
    The name of the month comes from Thoth, the Ancient Egyptian God of Wisdom.


    Yikes! September 11th?!?!



    Now...correct me if I'm wrong...but was it not blamed on Osama Bin Laden the whole 9/11 thing? And was it not due to the Palestinian Israel conflict that he supposedly attacked the US over our support of Israel? Or something along those lines?

    So ....just for kicks and giggles...lets check out one of these dates....perhaps the Thout end date of this time of "October 10th"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lignes_Aériennes_Congolaises
    19 AD – Roman general Germanicus suddenly dies in Antioch under mysterious circumstances. Roman historian Tactius records that Germanicus was poisoned by Syrian Governor Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso under orders from Roman Emperor Tiberius.
    680 – Battle of Karbala: Hussain bin Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, is decapitated by forces under Caliph Yazid I. This is commemorated by Muslims as Aashurah.
    732 – Battle of Tours: Near Poitiers, France, the leader of the Franks, Charles Martel and his men, defeat a large army of Moors, stopping the Muslims from spreading into Western Europe. The governor of Cordoba, Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi, is killed during the battle.
    1471 – Battle of Brunkeberg in Stockholm: Sten Sture the Elder, the Regent of Sweden, with the help of farmers and miners, repels an attack by Christian I, King of Denmark.
    1575 – Battle of Dormans: Roman Catholic forces under Duke Henry of Guise defeat the Protestants, capturing Philippe de Mornay among others.
    1580 – After a three-day siege, the English Army beheads over 600 Irish and Papal soldiers and civilians at Dún an Óir, Ireland.
    1582 – Because of the implementation of the Gregorian calendar this day does not exist in this year in Italy, Poland, Portugal and Spain.
    1631 – A Saxon army takes over Prague.
    1780 – The Great Hurricane of 1780 kills 20,000-30,000 in the Caribbean.
    1845 – In Annapolis, Maryland, the Naval School (later renamed the United States Naval Academy) opens with 50 midshipman students and seven professors.
    1860 – The original cornerstone of the University of the South is laid in Sewanee, Tennessee.
    1868 – Carlos Céspedes issues the Grito de Yara from his plantation, La Demajagua, proclaiming Cuba's independence
    1911 – The Wuchang Uprising leads to the demise of Qing Dynasty, the last Imperial court in China, and the founding of the Republic of China.
    1911 – The Kowloon-Canton Railway (split into MTR East Rail Line and Guangshen Railway now) commences service between Kowloon and Canton.
    1913 – President Woodrow Wilson triggers the explosion of the Gamboa Dike thus ending construction on the Panama Canal.
    1920 – The Carinthian Plebiscite determines that the larger part of Carinthia should remain part of Austria.
    1928 – Chiang Kai-Shek becomes Chairman of the Republic of China.
    1933 – United Airlines Chesterton Crash: A United Airlines Boeing 247 is destroyed by sabotage, the first such proven case in the history of commercial aviation.
    1935 – A coup d'état by the royalist leadership of the Greek Armed Forces takes place in Athens. It overthrows the government of Panagis Tsaldaris and establishes a regency under Georgios Kondylis, effectively ending the Second Hellenic Republic.
    1938 – The Munich Agreement cedes the Sudetenland to Nazi Germany.
    1942 – The Soviet Union establishes diplomatic relations with Australia.
    1943 – Double Tenth Incident in Japanese controlled Singapore
    1944 – Holocaust: 800 Gypsy children are murdered at Auschwitz concentration camp.
    1945 – The Chinese Communist Party and the Kuomintang signed a principle agreement in Chongqing about the future of post-war China. Later, the pact is commonly referred to as the Double-Ten Agreement.
    1957 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower apologizes to the finance minister of Ghana, Komla Agbeli Gbdemah, after he is refused service in a Dover, Delaware restaurant.
    1957 – The Windscale fire in Cumbria, U.K. is the world's first major nuclear accident.
    1963 – France cedes control of the Bizerte naval base to Tunisia.
    1964 – The opening ceremony at The 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, is broadcast live in the first Olympic telecast relayed by geostationary communication satellite.
    1967 – The Outer Space Treaty, signed on January 27 by more than sixty nations, comes into force.
    1970 – Fiji becomes independent.
    1970 – In Montreal, Quebec, a national crisis hits Canada when Quebec Vice-Premier and Minister of Labour Pierre Laporte becomes the second statesman kidnapped by members of the FLQ terrorist group.
    1971 – Sold, dismantled and moved to the United States, London Bridge reopens in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.
    1972 – The 1972 Chicago commuter rail crash, killing 48, occurs due to foggy conditions. The accident's response pushes for changes in Chicago commuter rail, such as brightly colored ends on the cars.
    1973 – Vice President of the United States Spiro Agnew resigns after being charged with federal income tax evasion.
    1975 – Papua New Guinea joins the United Nations.
    1980 – A magnitude 7.3 earthquake occurs in the Algerian town of El Asnam. 3.500 die and 300,000 are left homeless.
    1985 – United States Navy F-14 fighter jets intercept an Egyptian plane carrying the Achille Lauro cruise ship hijackers and force it to land at a NATO base in Sigonella, Sicily where they are arrested.
    1986 – An earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter Scale strikes San Salvador, El Salvador, killing an estimated 1,500 people.
    1997 – An Austral Airlines DC-9-32 crashes and explodes near Nuevo Berlin, Uruguay, killing 74.
    1998 – A Lignes Aériennes Congolaises Boeing 727 is shot down by rebels in Kindu, Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing 41 people.
    2006 – The Greek city of Volos floods in one of the prefecture's worst recorded floods.
    2008 – The 10 October 2008 Orakzai bombing kills 110 and injures 200 more.
    2009 – Armenia and Turkey sign protocols in Zurich, Switzerland to open their borders.
    2010 – The Netherlands Antilles are dissolved as a country.


    It sure the hell seems to me this "feast" date is a bit busy...not to mention the starting date of September 11th.....hmmmm?


    I'm gonna do it again......just wait...there's more....
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    Okay then...working to recreate what I lost here.....now I am going to change it up a bit from the last post as I've found some interesting details. And after a long conversation with a friend of mine I feel he might find it rather interesting what I will present here today.

    Not sure if you noticed but there is way too much terrorist activity and the like to ignore in a "ritual" sense. Why would that be?

    First lets look at this the Egyptian and Coptic Calendar.



    Ancient Egyptian Calendar

    Introduction

    The ancient Egyptian civilization lasted longer than any other. The Egyptian calendar, the oldest in history, originated three millennia before Christ. The exact date of its origin is unknown. It is believed that Imhotep, the supreme official of King Djoser c.2670 BC. had a great impact on the construction of the calendar. The Egyptian calendar is a solar calendar whose year consists of 12 months of 30 days (3 decans of 10 days each) and 5 additional yearly days (epagomenes), for a total of 365 days.
    The myth was that Nut, goddess of the Sky, was separated from her lover Geb, god of the Earth, and cursed with barrenness: She could not give birth in any month of the year. Thoth, moon-god of time, measurement and wisdom, decided to help Nut and Geb. In a game of dice with the reigning gods, he won 5 extra days not belonging to any particular month, which Nut used to produce 5 children, including Isis and Osiris.

    Helical rising of Sirius

    "Sirius is the one consecrated to Isis, for it brings the water." ~Plutarch

    Historically, ancient Egyptians initially used a civil calendar based on a solar year that consisted of 365 days only, without making any adjustment for the additional quarter of a day each year. However, in the mean time, they knew an astronomical calendar which is based on an astronomical concept, namely the heliacal rising of Sirius, the brightest star in the sky, at the dawn of the eastern horizon. A heliacal rising of a star is defined as its appearance above the horizon just before sunrise. The day on which the heliacal rising of Sirius occurs marks the first day of the year and the beginning of the actual Inundation (as opposed to the calendrical one). Sirius or Spdt in Ancient Egyptian is characterized by high luminosity and is a member of the constellation Canis Major. It lies about 8.6 light years from earth. The first day coincides with the arrival of the highest point of the Nile flood at Memphis, south west of Cairo, the capital of Egypt during the early dynastic period of the Old Kingdom.Discrepancies in year length underwent complex calculations considering stellar, solar and lunar cycles. Ancient Egyptians realized that the helical rising of Sirius coincides with the new year's day of the civil calendar precisely every 1460 years. Hence, 1461 Egyptian years are equal to 1460 years of 365¼ days (the length of what would become the Julian year). This period of 533265 days has been dubbed a Sothic Cycle, because Sothis is the Greek name of Sirius. The Egyptian civilization lived through several such cycles. A record exists by the 3rd century A.D. grammarian Censorinus that, in A.D. 139, the first day of the Egyptian Civil Year coincided with the helical rising of Sirius, marking the end of a Sothic cycle. This phenomenon was celebrated by issuing coins on the back of which appears the Greek inscription A ION, indicating an end of an Era. Egypt then was under the Roman Rule of Emperor Antoninus Pius. The notion of eternal time was personified and deified. A relief of the deity Aion was found in Oxyrhnichus , present day el-Bahnasa in middle Egypt. This notion, found its way into Persian Mithraism and into Gnosticism.
    http://www.christian-egypt.com/CopticCalendar.htm

    So...think alignments eh? Sirius...Isis.....Water.... Now the Coptic Calendar

    The Coptic Calendar, also called the Alexandrian Calendar, is used by the Coptic Orthodox Church. It is based on the Ancient Egyptian calendar

    Coptic months

    Thout

    Thout also known as Tout is the first month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between September 11 and October 10of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Thout is also the first month of the Season of 'Akhet' (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods cover the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Thout comes from Thot, the Ancient Egyptian God of Wisdom.

    Paopi

    Paopi also known as Baba is the second month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between October 11 and November 9of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Paopi is also the second month of the Season of 'Akhet' (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods cover the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Paopi comes from Hapy, the Ancient Egyptian Nile God.

    Hathor

    Hathor also known as Hatour is the third month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between November 10 and December 9of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Hathor is also the third month of the Season of 'Akhet' (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods cover the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Hathor comes from Hathor, the Ancient Egyptian Goddess of Beauty and Love.

    Koiak

    Koiak also known as Kiahk is the fourth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between December 10 and January 8of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Koiak is also the fourth month of the Season of 'Akhet' (Inundation) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods cover the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Koiak comes from Ka Ha Ka, which means Good of Good, a name of the Ancient Egyptian sacred Apis Bull.

    Tobi

    Tobi also known as Touba is the fifth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between January 9 and February 7of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Tobi is also the first month of the Season of 'Proyet' (Growth) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods recede and the crops start to grow throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Tobi comes from Amso Khem, a form of the Ancient Egyptian God Amun Ra. The Hebrew word tobi means 'goodness'.

    Meshir

    Meshir also known as Amshir is the sixth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between February 8 and March 9of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Meshir is also the second month of the Season of 'Proyet' (Growth) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods recede and the crops start to grow throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Meshir comes from Mechir, the Ancient Egyptian God genius of wind.

    Paremhat

    Paremhat also known as Baramhat is the seventh month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between March 10 and April 8of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Paremhat is also the third month of the Season of 'Proyet' (Growth) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods recede and the crops start to grow throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Paremhat comes from Mont, the Ancient Egyptian God of War.

    Paremoude

    Paremoude also known as Barmouda is the eighth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between April 9 and May 8of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Paremoude is also the fourth month of the Season of 'Proyet' (Growth) in Ancient Egypt, where the Nile floods recede and the crops start to grow throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Paremoude comes from Renno, the Ancient Egyptian God of severe wind and death.

    Pashons

    Pashons also known as Bashans is the ninth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between May 9 and June 7of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Pashons is also the first month of the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Pashons comes from Khenti, a form of Horus and the Ancient Egyptian God of metal.

    Paoni

    Paoni also known as Baona is the tenth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between June 8 and July 7of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Paoni is also the second month of the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The origin of the name of the month of Paoni remains unknown.

    Epip

    Epip also known as Abib is the eleventh month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between July 8 and August 6of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Epip is also the third month of the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Epip comes from Apida, the serpent that Horus killed.

    Mesori

    Mesori also known as Mesra is the twelfth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between August 7 and September 5of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Mesori is also the fourth month of the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Mesori comes from Mes-o-ri, an Ancient Egyptian word that mean Birth of Sun.

    Pi Kogi Enavot (Nasii)

    Pi Kogi Enavot also known as El Nasii is the thirteenth and last month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between September 6 and September 10of the Gregorian calendar. That month is also incorporated in the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The name Pi Kogi Enavot means the little month.

    http://orthodoxwiki.org/Coptic_Calendar



    Now look at this.....and I will recopy....highlight in red where necessary......
    Mesori
    Mesori also known as Mesra is the twelfth month of the Coptic calendar. It lies between August 7 and September 5 of the Gregorian calendar. The month of Mesori is also the fourth month of the Season of 'Shemu' (Harvest) in Ancient Egypt, where the Egyptians harvest their crops throughout the land of Egypt. The name of the month of Mesori comes from Mes-o-ri, an Ancient Egyptian word that mean Birth of Sun.


    Shemu


    Season of the Harvest (known in Egyptian as Shemu or Shomu - transliterated as Smw) is the third and final season of the Egyptian calendar. The word Shemu literally translates as "low-water", and falls roughly between early May and early September. During this season, the crops of the grain harvest are collected.[1] Shemu is preceded by the Season of the Emergence (Proyet), and is followed by the Season of the Inundation (Akhet).

    During Shemu, the Egyptian farmers would harvest their crops - in clear contrast to the practice of their contemporaries in the ancient world, who would be just beginning to plant their crops at this time of the year. Shemu is also known as the Summer Season or the Dry Season and is occasionally written as Shomu.

    The ancient Egyptians used this name in both their lunar and their civil calendars. The months of the lunar calendar are roughly equivalent to the period from early May to the heliacal rising of Sirius around the beginning of September.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Season_of_the_Harvest


    Are you Sirius? LOL

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    Helical Rising of Sirius

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