Tuesday, March 30, 2010

The Coincidence Theory


-Who runs secret societies in so-called "Open Societies"?

-Who teaches their young that conspiracies are "just theories"?

-Who profits from, rig and control democratic elections?
-Who produces and induces scam and spam artists to operate on the net?
-Who are the first to attack the whistleblowers who expose MEDIA DRIVEN CONSPIRACIES on the net?

The Texas "democrat and media prostitute" Paul Begala slipped when he said it best, LIVE on CNN : "We're, (the media), are all part of the same hypocrisy"


Is it just coincidence, when one attemps to expose this international media hypocrisy, that the following "shit happens" ?

- The BAL Brotherhood of Ma Bell (Sympatico) profiles, interferes with, monitors and/or records your calls.

- The BAL Brotherhood of Ma Bell (site Hosts) rewrite their internal management programs to hinder your posting and disguise or outright falsify the true number of visitors to your site. They, the hosts, also mirror your site and invite illegal visitors (IPv6) to secretly surf copy and modify your archives.

- The worst YAHOOS you will ever meet in communities on the YAHOO net are male nurses called Jim (code word for JAM, I am, or James I). TOM-a-HAWK is second. #2 is #1

- The root cause of worms and viruses being downloaded to your computer come to you through those BAL suppliers who claim to prevent this type of activity (ie: Horton). Horton itself has filed lawsuits exposing this deniable scam.

- TROJAN HORSE worms and viruses are EMBEDDED in HP printers.

- The BAL connected Dutch and Belgium Deutsche public tracking services disguise or outright falsify the true number of visitors to your site.

- Although the national police of all countries never seem to be able to track al Qaeda terrorists and/or suicide-bombers (from the BAS-E) on the net, the pro-active pedophile agents of BAS-E tollgaters who constantly surf the net are themselves able to locate and expose all but "police, or BAS-F protected pirates and mass-murderers".


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

UNIFON : International Phonetic Alphabet

UNIFON, 40-symbol phonetic alphabet based on one symbol for a single basic sound; developed by John M.al.one, U.S. economist; contains 22 letters of the English alphabet and 18 variants.

Milne, John. 1850-1913. British mining engineer and inventor (1880) of the seismograph, an instrument for automatically detecting and recording the intensity, direction, and duration of a 'movement' underground.

Life begins at 40.

SEJONG (1397-1450). The fourth king of the Yi Dynasty, which ruled Korea from 1392 until the annexation of the country by Japan in 1910, was Sejong the Great. Sejong introduced HANGUL, a 24-letter phonetic alphabet carefully designed to suit the Korean language. With the technique of movable-type printing, which had developed in Korea in 1234, many publications in such fields as medicine, astronomy, geography, history, and architecture were produced. In 1446 Sejong decreed hangul to be the country's official writing system. In spite of this decree, the pervasive influence of Chinese culture in Korea, particularly among the upper classes and scholars, prevented Sejong's alphabet from being widely used until after World War II.

Sejong reigned from 1419 until his death in 1450. In addition to introducing the alphabet, he is remembered for his support of learning and for the way he reduced the power of the Buddhist hierarchy in Korea by banning Buddhist monks from the city of Seoul. During Sejong's reign Korea reached new heights in cultural development.


Lion man takes pride of place as oldest statue.
30,000-year-old carving work of Neanderthals.

4 September 2003


German lion man might be about to become the second oldest sculpture. A figurine depicting a Lowenmensch ('lion man') - has been carbon-dated to around 30,000 years ago, when some of the earliest known relatives of modern humans populated Europe.

It is older than a previously discovered Lowenmensch, fragments of which were found by German archaeologists in 1939 near Vogelherd and dated to about the same time. Until now, those artefacts were accepted as the oldest examples of figurative art in the world. The newly discovered objects are older. They were uncovered at a lower level in the cave floor's sediments.

"These discoveries have incredible significance. "They depict the animal world in a semi-realistic way. It shows early man moving from his immediate world to an imaginative world." Humans first arrived in central Europe by following the River Danube west into the area. The figurines add a new dimension to theories about the Danube route. "During the Ice Age in Europe, the frozen Danube would be like a highway."

Fossil remains suggest that modern humans and Neanderthals both lived in Europe during this period. Some archaeologists argue that it is possible that the much-maligned Neanderthals produced similar objects. "I don't think that is as far-fetched as some people might think. These objects are pushing the markers and traits" of mod ern man "further back into time".

Archaeologists have pointed out that beads, bone points and pendants have already been discovered in association with Neanderthal fossils. Attributing artefacts to one of the two hominid groups will spur fresh exploration of France, Spain and South Africa, where even older cave drawings - but not figurative art of this age - have been identified.....Nature Magazine

Think about the implications here. Neanderthals carve statues of a man with the head of a lion, in Germany, at a time around 28,000 BC. Then, in Egypt, sometime between 8,000 BC and 2,000 BC, a PriestHood also makes a statue of a man-lion. This one, THE SPHINX, has the body of a lion and the head of a man.

The symbolism here, which spans 26,000 years, is undoubtedly that of Genetic Engineering and the reversal of the binary code; where 01 becomes 10, as it appears in the modern alpha-numeric word L10N. In other words it is not unlike with the alpha-numeric word Z01N, which becomes Z10N.

Z01N is the word given to us by the Basque PriestHoods which represents 'any animal whose reproduction begins with an egg', while Z10N reportedly refers to 'paradise on earth'. This Masonic allegory suggests that evolution, when it comes to the development of the human being having divided into genders, male from female, has in fact progressed too far to suit our slave~masters.

Unlike the earthworm who travels alone in a void and yet can reproduce itself, human beings sent out to explore the universe would have to travel in couples, if they were to terra-form elsewhere on their one-way voyage into space.

Thus, the reason for cloning Hermaphrodite SuperSlaves who will protect and serve the MOHO~MANDAN intra-terrestrial Neanderthals, they who control surface Ecclesiastical Freemasonry, from the safety of the BASALT layer in the Earth's crust. There, sedimentary rock separates them from the water of the ocean while the earth's mantle protects them from the FIRE of the core. These are the two Pillars of Hercules.

The SculPTor

Monday, March 22, 2010

Scrambled or Sunny Side Up?

It was the belief of almost all the ancient nations, that the world was hatched from an egg made by the Creator(genetic engineering), over which the Spirit of God was represented as hovering in the same manner as a bird broods or flutters over her eggs. Faber, (Pag. Idol., i. 4,) who traced everything to the Arkite worship, says that this egg, which was a symbol of the resurrection, was no other than the ark; and as Dionysus was fabled in the Orphic hymns to be born from an egg, he and Noah were the same person; wherefore the birth of Dionysus or Brahma, or any other hero god from an egg, was nothing more than the egress of Noah from the ark. Be this as it may, the egg has been always deemed a symbol of the resurrection of our Lord. As this is the most universally diffused of all symbols, it is strange that it has found no place in the symbolism of Freemasonry, which deals so much with the doctrine of the resurrection, of which the egg was everywhere the recognized symbol. It was, however, used by the ancient architects, and from them was adopted by the Operative Masons of the Middle Ages, one of whose favorite ornaments was the ovolo, or egg-moulding.

Egg in physiology is a body formed in certain females, in which is contained an embryo, foetus of the same species, under a cortical surface or shell. The exterior part of an egg is the shell, which in a hen, for instance, is white, thin, and friable cortex, including all the other parts. The shell beomes more brittle by being exposed to a dry heat. It is lined everywhere with a very thin but pretty tough membrane, which dividing at, or very near, the obtuse end of the egg, forms a small bag, where only air is contained. In new laid eggs this folliculus appears very little, but becomes larges when the egg is kept.

Within this are contained the albumen or white, and the vitellus or yelk; each of which have their different virtues. The albumen is a cold, viscous, white liquor in the egg, different in consistence in its different parts. It is observed, that there are two distinct albumens, each of which are enclosed in its proper membrane; of these, one is very thin and liquid, and the other more dense and viscous, and of somewhat whiter color; but in old and stale eggs, after some days incubation, inclining to a yellow. As this second albumen cov.ers the yelk on all sides, so it is itself surrounded by the other external liquid. The albumen of a fecundated egg, is as sweet and free from corruption, during all the time of incubation, as it is in new laid eggs; as also the vitellus. As the eggs of hens consists of two liquors separated one from another, and distinguished by two branches of umbilical veins, one of which goes to the vitellus, and the other to the albumen; so it is very probable that are of different natures, and consequently appointed for different purposes.

When the vitellus grows warm with incubation, it becomes more humid, and like melting wax, or fat; whence it takes up more space; for as the foetus increases, the albumen insensibly wastes away, and condenses: the vitellus, on the contrary, seems to lose little or nothing of its bulk when the foetus is is oerfected, and only appears more liquid and humid when the abdomen of the foetus begins to be formed.

The chick in the egg is first nourished by the albumen; and when this is consumed, by the vitellus as with milk. If we compare the chalazze to the extremities of an axis passing through the vitelus, which is of a spherical form, this sphere will be composed of two unequal portions, its axis not passing through its center; consequently, since its heavier than the white, its smaller portion must always be uppermost in all positions of the egg.

The yellowish white round spot, called cicatricula, is placed on the middle of the smaller portion of the yelk; and therefore, from what has been said in the last paragraph, must always appear on the superior part of the vitellus.Not long before the exclusion of the chick, the whole yelk is taken into its abdomen; and the shell, at the obtuse end of the egg, frequently appears cracked some time before the exclusion of the chick. The chick is sometimes observed to perforate the shell with its beak. After exclusion, the the yolk is gradually wasted, being conveyed into the small guts by a small duct. Eggs differ very much according to the birds that lay they them, according to their color, form, bigness, age, and the different way of dressing them; those most used in food are hen eggs; of these, such are newlaid best. As to the preservation of eggs, it is observed that the egg is always quite full when it is first laid by the hen, but from that time it gradually becomes less and less so, to its decay; and however compact and close its shell may appear, it is never the less perforated with a multitude of small holes, though too minute for the discernment of our eyes, the effect of which is a daily decrease of matter within the eggs, from the time of its being laid; and the perspiration is much quicker in hot weather than in cold.

To preserve the egg fresh, there needs no more than to preserve it full, and stop its transpiration; the method of doing which is, by stopping up those pores with matter which is not soluble in watery fluids; and on this principle t is, that all kinds of varnish, prepared with spirit of wine, will preserve eggs fresh for a long time, if they are carefully rubbed all over the shell; tallow, or mutton fat, is also good for this purpose, for such as are rubbed over with this will keep as long as those coated over with varnish.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Analyzing STANL88 Cubed Brick and Arthur C. Cl(ark)e's 2001 Space Odyssey Film

Many 2001 fans(fylfot) know that the film's subtitle, "A Space Odyssey," alludes to the return voyage from Troy of Homer's Greek hero Odysseus. Dave Bowman(B is 13~2bee or not 2bee) an ordinary sounding name, but when you examine it carefully, it divulges unexpected meaning. Chapter 21 in The Odyssey is titled "The Great Bow," it tells of the incurved bow given to Odysseus by his friend Iphitus. Left behind by Odysseus when he sailed for Troy, the bow is so strong that ordinary men cannot bend it to string it. In the climatic scene in the great hall od Odysseus's home, Penelope(wisdom), Odysseus's wife, challenges the suitors(instant gratification,~worldly knowledge) who have occupied her home and turned her life into hell. She will wed the man who can string the bow and shoot an arrow through twelve axes, lined up in a row, the way Odysseus used to do. All fail, then Odysseus secretly back home disguised as a beggar(mendicant), effortlessly strings the bow, inserts an arrow, and shoots it through all twelve axes. Inserting another arrow, he sends it through the neck of the most obnoxious suitor. One by one Odysseus slays the rest of the suitors, first with the remaining arrows, then (helped by his son and two loyal servants) with spears and swords. Odysseus was a bowman and so was Dave - with a capital B.

One of the obstacles Odysseus sails into is the land of the Cyclopes. They are fierce giant man-eating creatures of incredible strength;they have only one eye. Taking twelve of his best men, Odysseus enters the cave of one of the cyclops Polyphemus. Polyphemus returns home with his sheep and goats which he counts, divides, and organizes them all according to their age(what does that remind you of?), seals the cave entrance with a boulder, spies the intruders, and devours two of the men. The next morning he gobbles down two more men before taking his sheep out to graze. When he leaves, he effortlessly rolls the boulder aside and quickly replaces it. Things are going badly but Odysseus craftily and cunningly comes up with a plan of escape. While the cyclops is out, he and his men sharpen a pole (the monster's staff) they find in the cave, turning it into a huge stake. That evening, after the cyclops returns, and eats yet another two men, Odysseus tricks him into a wine induced sleep. Odysseus then slips the point of the stake into the coals of the monster's dinner fire. When the point is red hot, four of his men plunge the stake into the cyclops's eye while Odysseus twist the stake. The cyclops wakes up screaming but cannot see the men to exact revenge. In the morning the men escape by clinging to the bellies of the sheep when the cyclops rolls aside the boulder and ens the animals out to graze. The monster takes the precaution of feeling each sheep as it exists, but he doesn't feel the men on the bottom. Bowman too has a one-eyed adversary, he is Hal, the malevolent computer who reads the lips of Bowman and Poole with his sinister red eye. Like the cyclops he is a killer of crewmen: he kills Frank Poole and the three hibernating astronauts. As Odysseus, Bowman uses a weapon an elongated key which symbolizes the stake used Odysseus.

The movie 2001 also depicts the allegory of Nietzsche's best known work, Thus Spake Zarathustra. The music that opens and closes 2001 - three sets of five heraldic notes, punctuated by kettle drums and followed by crescendo - is the opening fanfare from Richard Strauss's symphonic poem "Thus Spake Zarathustra." This composition was inspired by Nietzsche's book. The music announces loudly that Kubrick intend to allegorize Thus Spake Zarathustra. Zarathustra better known in the West as Zoroaster, was a prophet in ancient Persia. Though fictionalized as an atheist by Nietzsche, Zarathustra was actually the founder of the Persian religion Zoroastrianism. Zoroastrian mythology holds that history consists of a 12,000 year old struggle between good and evil - between the true god, Ahura Mazdah, and the evil spirit Angra Mainyu (later called Ahriman). Both exist transcendentally before history begins. History has four 3,000 year periods. In the first Ahura Mazdah creates angels and other spiritual (non-material) beings. In the second material creation arises with the appearance on earth of primal man and animal. , but he is thwarted when the first human couple and first cow spring from the seed of their slain prototypes. The last period begins when Ahura Mazdah causes Zoroaster to be conceived to help man resist Angra Mainyu and his demons. Every thousand years thereafter over the last 3,000 years, a new prophet - three more altogether - will be born of a virgin; she will conceive when Zoroaster's seed, preserved in a lake, enters her body as she bathes((artificial insemination). The last prophet, or Saoshyant, will resurrect the dead and begin the final struggle that will culminate the destruction of all evil. The year 2001 could be interpreted as a symbol for the first millennium of the final 3,000 year period, 9,00o years (HAL9000) (3 x 3,000) after the beginning of history, when Zoroaster appears himself.

Influenced by Darwin, Nietzsche described evolution as a progression fro worm to ape to man to overman. Man subdivides into lower man and higher man; the latter is really a series of ever higher higher men, climbing toward overman. Lower man comes first man's evolutionary progress is blocked by God, whom lower man creates in his own image. Nietzsche's remodeled prophet puts it this way: "Yes, you brothers, that God whom I created was human work and human madness, like all the gods! A man he was, man created God, and the God created was a man - that, he was the image of man." Zarathustra avers that God stifles man's intellect, controls man with arbitrary values and rules, instills fear, restrains creativity, and humiliates him by peering into him and witnessing his hidden secrets and shame. The Ugliest Man. whom Zarathustra identifies as the murderer of God (actually one of many), summarizes the indictment: "He - had to die: he looked with eyes which beheld everything - he beheld peoples depths and dregs, all their hidden ugliness and ignominy." When man can bear this treatment no longer, he rebels, killing God. This acts permits Zarathustra to announce, "God is Dead!" (in reality meaning the neanderthalers died out as a race and the chemical computer took over). The final step of evolution will be overman (superslave~third gender~3 in 1 Hermaphrodites); he will evolve from higher man.

The killing of God is a manifestation of "the will to power." This will is a force that drives evolution in all creatures, it pushes life in new directions. The will to power impels man to transcend himself; to become more intelligent, more creative, and more noble; to triumph over the repressing forces of existence; and to take control of his life. This will to power (which is really the will of the system)is the antithesis of the will of God, which enslaves the populace. "Pious backwordsmen" believe the preachers who declare, "You shall not will!" But this preaching, this call for subjugation to the will of God, "is a sermon for slavery." The will to power found in those who are "lion willed" (ready to battle God), frees the human spirit from bondage. The black will of God foolishly seeks to undo the past - an impossible task - through punishment. The will to power, instead of seeking to undo or destroy, looks toward the future. It seeks to create: "The will is a creator." The will to power will create overman. The will's all consuming goal is power: "power is it, . . . a ruling thought."

Zarathustra likens man to a rope stretched across an abyss that separates ape from overman. The crossing is frightening, "a dangerous trembling and halting." But the abyss will be crossed and man will evolve from mediocre, religion oriented being into a superior being, overman. The overman is both the end and a new beginning. Nietzsche believed in "eternal recurrence," the idea that the universe involves a cosmic cycle in which the same series of events, beings, and relationships repeats endlessly. Everything that is has been before and will be again. Everything is reborn repeatedly, time is a circle(really more like a spiral). How does Kubrick symbolize the idea of time as a circle? he does in a few but I'll mention two, the first when we see the wheel shaped space station and second inside the spaceship when Frank Poole jogs around the centrifuge, he keeps coming back to where he was before and then repeating the cycle all over again also known as REGO.

The monolith seen in the beginning of the movie represents intellect but more specifically the generative force which is neanderthaler implanting the egg with the spear and creating mankind, and is seen later on in the movie hinting at the neanderhtaler's role guiding humanity ultimately to its destruction to be replaced by a new gender (overman)which will be female on the outside male on the inside to fertilize its own egg and a neanderthaler thinking process, propagating this tole-gating system (they've used to oppress all the peoples of this planet) to the outer reaches of the universe. In the Nietzsche context Hal-Discovery represents the thoroughly man like God that man creates in his own image, then loses faith in and kills but in reality Hal represents Jachin and Boaz the chemical computer the Idiot savant Neanderthalers downloaded themselves into.

Nietzsche begins Thus Spake Zarathustra with "Zarathustra's Prologue." It centers on the parable of the rope dancer. The parable includes the previously mentioned "rope over an abyss" metaphor, which is a simplified version of the parable. But whereas in the metaphor the rope (narrow is the path)over the abyss between animal and overman is humanity, in the parable a man walking on a rope symbolizes humanity. The man is a tightrope walker on a rope streched between two towers (symbolizing ape and overman) at a town market place. He is called rope dancer although he doesn't literally dance. The rope dancer begins his performance by coming out of a little door in the first tower and going along the rope. Suddenly, the door opens again and pops out "a gaudily dressed fellow like a buffoon:, later called simply "the buffoon." The buffoon goes rapidly after the rope dancer taunts him, leaps over him with a devilish yell, lands on the rope in front of the rope dancer, and proceeds in triumph; he achieves supremacy. Frightened the rope dancer falls, all onlookers except Zarathustra scatter in terror. Zarathustra though almost directly beneath the falling man, stands firm, he then kneels and cradles the dying man in his arms and comforts him. Later, he picks up the corpse and disposes of it in a hollow log.

In this parable, the rope dancer striving to reach the far tower (represents overman) symbolizes humanity's striving to become a superior being. The buffoon who comes after but overtakes and surpasses man, symbolizes God. Because a creator must exist before that which he creates, the buffoon's coming temporally and spatially after the rope dancer symbolizes Nietzsche's idea that man created God. In creating God man dooms his own aspirations making it impossible for himself to become superior. The buffoon leaping over and getting ahead of the rope dancer symbolizes God's coming into the picture, regulating man to inferior status. The rope dancer's death symbolizes the death of any believer's chances of advancing humanity - that is, of progressing toward the far tower. Zarathustra's fearlessness and compassion symbolize the moral superiority of the rare higher man vis-a-vis lower men, symbolized by the crowd in the market place. The buffoon actually symbolizes not only God but fear - the rope dancr's fear of falling, which in turn represents fear of God. Fear causes the rope dancer to get jittery and fall, in Nietzsche's eyes, fear of God is foolish because there is no God, so god is characterized as a buffoon, someone a person shouldn't be afraid of.

In 2001, Frank Poole symbolizes the rope dancer, who would more aptly be called a rope walker. Poole remember is Dave Bowman's colleague, the second active (nonhibernating) human member of the spaceship crew. The name Frank Poole is our first clue to the symbolism. Given that Kubrick(Cubed Brick) plays symbol games with the names Dave Bowman, Heywood R. Floyd, and Hal, not to mention Elena and TMA-1, we should not be surprised that he also plays a name game with Frank Poole. The last 9 of the 10 letters of [W]ALK ON ROPE have been reordered to form the last 9 of the 10 letters of [F]RANK POOLE. Just as the killer approaches his victim from behind in the parable of the rope dancer, so does the killer approach his victim from behind when Hal uses the space pod to sever Pool's air hose. The pod can be viewed as an extension of Hal-discovery's body. This is analogous to the Holy Spirit's being an extension or agent of God in Christianity. In Christianity, anything the Holy Spirit does is really the work of God.

Bowman's Last Supper is the beginning of a pattern of symbols. Bowman dressed all in black while eating, knocks over a wine glass to the floor and breaks it(chaos~black and white are two opposing forces). He stares at the broken glass and then slowly shifts his gaze to the bed. there he sees his next self, a feeble old man in white (purity)apparel. From nowhere, the monolith materializes at the foot of the foot of the bed before Bowman, grasping for it he transforms into the star-child, encased in a transparent globe and radiant - surrounded by light. Kubrick uses Bowman's gaze to establish a cause and effect connection between the broken glass and the white Bowman.

So that was a short overview of the movie 2001 which by the way is no coincidence that it coincides with year the 9/11 terrorist attacks happened and that event was a plethora of symbolism in itself. Obviously I left out a lot of symbolisms in the movie but what I provided should entice the reader to look into the movie, these topics and other movies as well and overstand that things are not what they appear to be at first hand.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Ph.e.rom.ONE Communications

A pheromone (from Greek φέρω phero "to bear" + hormone from Greek ὁρμή - "impetus") is a secreted or excreted chemical factor that triggers a social response in members of the same species. Pheromones are chemicals capable of acting outside the body of the secreting individual to impact the behavior of the receiving individual. There are alarm pheromones, food trail pheromones, sex pheromones, and many others that affect behavior or physiology. Their use among insects has been particularly well documented. In addition, some vertebrates and plants communicate by using pheromones.

Ants communicate with each other using pheromones. These chemical signals are more developed in ants than in other hymenopteran groups. Like other insects, ants perceive smells with their long, thin and mobile antennae. The paired antennae provide information about the direction and intensity of scents. Since most ants live on the ground, they use the soil surface to leave pheromone trails that can be followed by other ants. In species that forage in groups, a forager that finds food marks a trail on the way back to the colony; this trail is followed by other ants, these ants then reinforce the trail when they head back with food to the colony. When the food source is exhausted, no new trails are marked by returning ants and the scent slowly dissipates. This behavior helps ants deal with changes in their environment. For instance, when an established path to a food source is blocked by an obstacle, the foragers leave the path to explore new routes. If an ant is successful, it leaves a new trail marking the shortest route on its return. Successful trails are followed by more ants, reinforcing better routes and gradually finding the best path.

Ants use pheromones for more than just making trails. A crushed ant emits an alarm pheromone that sends nearby ants into an attack frenzy and attracts more ants from further away. Several ant species even use "propaganda pheromones" to confuse enemy ants and make them fight among themselves. Pheromones are produced by a wide range of structures including Dufour's glands, poison glands and glands on the hindgut, pygidium, rectum, sternum and hind tibia. Pheromones are also exchanged mixed with food and passed by trophallaxis, transferring information within the colony. This allows other ants to detect what task group (e.g., foraging or nest maintenance) other colony members belong to. In ant species with queen castes, workers begin to raise new queens in the colony when the dominant queen stops producing a specific pheromone.

Some ants produce sounds by stridulation, using the gaster segments and their mandibles. Sounds may be used to communicate with colony members or with other species.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010


The idols of the market are the most troublesome of all, those namely which have entwined themselves round the understanding from the associations of words and names. For men imagine their reason governs words, while, in fact, words react upon the understanding; and this has rendered philosophy and the sciences sophistical and inactive. Words are generally formed in a popular sense, and define things by those broad lines which are most obvious to the vulgar mind; but when a more acute understanding or more diligent observation is anxious to vary those lines, and adapt them more accurately to nature, words oppose it. Hence the great and solemn disputes of learned men often terminate in controversies about words and names, in regard to which it would be better (imitating the caution of mathematicians) to proceed more advisedly in the first instance, and to bring such disputes to a regular issue by definitions. Such definitions, however, cannot remedy the evil in natural and material objects, because they consist themselves of words, and these words produce others, so that we must necessarily have recourse to particular instances, and their regular series and arrangement, as we shall mention when we come to the mode and scheme of determining notions and axioms.

The idols imposed upon the understanding by words are of two kinds. They are either the names of things which have no existence (for as some objects are from inattention left without a name of things which have no existence (for as some objects are from inattention left without a name, so names are formed by fanciful imaginations which are without an object), or they are the names of actual objects, but confused, badly defined, and hastily and irregularly abstracted from things. Fortune, the primum mobile, the planetary orbits, the elements of fire, and the like fictions, which owe their birth to futile and false theories, are instances of the first kind. And this species of idols is removed with greater facility, because it can be exterminated by the constant refutation or the desuetude of the theories themselves. The other, which are created by vicious and unskillful abstraction, are intricate and deeply rooted. Take some word, for instance, as moist, and let us examine how far the different signification of this word are consistent. It will be found that the word moist is nothing but a confused sign of different actions admitted of no settled and defined uniformity. For it means that which easily diffuses itself over another body; that which is indeterminable and cannot be brought to a consistency; that which yields easily in every direction; that which is easily divided and dispersed; that which is easily united and collected; that which easily flows and is put in motion; that which easily adheres to, and wets another body; that which is easily reduced to liquid state though previously solid. When, therefore, you come to predicate or impose this name, in one sense flame is moist, in another air is not moist, in another fine powder is moist, in another glass is moist; so that is quite clear that this notion is hastily abstracted from water only, and common ordinary liquors, without any due verifications of it.

There are however, different degrees of distortion and mistake in words. One of the least faulty classes is that of the name of substances, particularly of the less abstract and more defined species (those then of chalk and mud are good, of earth bad); words signifying actions are more faulty, as to generate, to corrupt, to change; but the most faulty are those denoting qualities (except the immediate objects of sense), as heavy, light, rare, dense. Yet in all these there must be some notions a little better than others, in proportions as greater or less number of things come before the senses.

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Monday, March 15, 2010

Human Understanding

The human understanding is active and cannot halt or rest, but even, though without effect, still presses forward. Thus we cannot conceive of any end or external boundary of the world, and it seems necessarily to occur to us that there must be something beyond. Nor can we imagine how eternity has flowed on down to the present day, since the usually received distinction of an infinity, a part ante and a part post, cannot hold good; for it would thence follow that one infinity is greater than another, and also that infinity is wasting away and tending to an end. There is the same difficulty in considering the infinite divisibility of lines, arising from the weakness of our minds, which weakness interferes to still greater disadvantage with the discovery of causes; for although the greatest generalities in nature must be positive, just as they are found, and in fact not causable, yet the human understanding, incapable of resting, seeks for something more intelligible. Thus, however, while aiming at further progress, it falls back to what is actually less advanced, namely, final causes; for they are closely more allied to man's own nature, than the system of the universe, and from this source they have wonderfully corrupted philosophy. But he would be an unskillful and shallow philosopher who should seek for causes in the greatest generalities, and not be anxious to discover them in subordinate objects.

The human understanding is, by its own nature, prone to abstraction, and supposes that which is fluctuating to be fixed. But is is better to dissect than abstract nature; such was the method employed by the school of Democritus, which made greater progress in penetrating nature than the rest. It is best to consider matter, its conformation, and the changes of that conformation, its own action, and the law of this action or motion; for forms are a mere fiction of the human mind, unless you will call the laws of action by that name.

Such are the idols of the tribe, which arise either from the uniformity of the constitution of man's spirit, or its prejudices, or its limited facilities or restless agitation. or from the interference of the passions, or the incompetence of the senses, or the mode of their impressions.

The idols of the den derive their origin from the peculiar nature of each individual's mind and body, and also from education, habit, and accident; and although they be various and manifold, yet we will treat of some that require the greatest caution, and exert the greatest power in polluting the understanding.

Some men become attached to particular sciences and contemplations, either from supposing themselves the authors and inventors of them,or from having bestowed the greatest pains upon such subjects, and thus become most habituated to them. If men of this description apply themselves to philosophy and contemplation of a universal nature, they wrest and corrupt them by their preconceived fancies, of which Aristotle affords us a single instance, who made his natural philosophy completely subservient to his logic, and thus rendered it more than useless and disputations. The chemists, again, have formed a fanciful philosophy with the most confined views, from a few experiments of the furnace. Gilbert, too, having employed himself most assiduously in the consideration of the magnet, immediately established a system of philosophy to coincide with his favorite pursuit.

The greatest and, perhaps, radical distinction between different men's dispositions for philosophy and the sciences is this, that some are more vigorous and active in observing the differences of things, others in observing their resemblances; for a steady and acute disposition can fix its thoughts, and dwell upon and adhere to a point, through all the refinements of differences, but those that are sublime and discursive recognize and compare even the most delicate and general resemblances; each of them readily falls into excess, by catching either at nice distinctions or shadows of resemblance.

Some dispositions evince an unbounded admiration of antiquity, others eagerly embrace novelty, and but few can preserve the just medium, so as neither to tear up what the correctly laid down, nor to despise the just innovations of the moderns. But his is very prejudicial to the sciences and philosophy, and instead of correct judgment we have but the factions of the ancients and moderns. Truth is not to be sought in the good fortune of any particular conjuncture of time, which is uncertain, but in the light of nature and experience, which is eternal. Such factions, therefore, are to be abjured, and the understanding must not allow them to hurry it on to assent.

The contemplation of nature and of bodies in their individual form distracts and weakens the understanding; but the contemplation of nature and bodies in their general composition and formation stupefies and relaxes it. We have good instance of this in the school of Leucippus and Democritus compared with others, for they applied themselves so much to particulars as almost to neglect the general structure of things, while the others were so astounded while gazing on the structures that they did not penetrate the simplicity of nature. These two species of contemplation must, therefore, be interchanged, and each employed in its turn, in order to render the understanding at once penetrating and capacious, and to avoid the inconveniences we have mentioned, and the idols that result from there.

Let such, therefore, be our precautions in contemplation, that we may ward off and expel the idols of the den, which mostly owe their birth either to some predominate pursuit, or, secondly, to an excess in synthesis and analysis, or, thirdly, to a party zeal in favor of certain ages, or, fourthly, to the extent or narrowness of the subject. In general, he who contemplates nature should suspect whatever particularly takes and fixes his understanding, and should use so much the more caution to preserve it equable and unprejudiced.

-Francis Bacon

Thursday, March 11, 2010

The Following Fellows

CAMPAIGN - the country about Naples so called for its being level. 1. a large open plain. 2. Time that an army keeps the field. To serve as a campaign.

A soldier; a veteran

- A flat open country. Flat or open as a country.

CHAMPAIGN is a province of France, bounded by Picardy on the north, by Lorraine on the east, by Burgundy on the south, and by the isle of France on the west. Its capital is Troyes.

A CHAMPAIN, or point CHAMPAIN, in heraldry, a mark of dishonor in the coat of arms of him who kills a prisoner of war after he has cried quarter.

A CHAMPION is a person who undertakes a combat in the place or quarrel of another; and sometimes the word is used for him who fights in his own cause. It appears that champions, in the just sense of the word, were persons who fought instead of those that, by custom, were obliged to accept the duel, but had a just excuse for dispensing with it, as being too old, infirm, or being ecclesiastics, and the like. Such cause as could not be decided by the course of common law, were often tried by single combat; and he who had the good fortune to conquer, was always reputed to have justice on his side. Champions who fought for interests only, were held infamous; these hired themselves to the nobility, to fight for them in case of need, and did homage for their pension.

The CHAMPION OF THE KING, or person whose office it is, at the coronation of our kings, to ride armed in the Westminister hall, while the king is at dinner there, and, by the proclamation of a herald, make challenge to this effect, viz. "That if any man shall deny the king's title to the crown, he is there ready to defend it in single combat etc. Which done, the king drinks to him, and sends him a gilt cup, with a cover, full of wine, which the champion drinks, and has the cup for his fee.

The Saxon word for fellow is felaw. Spelman derives it from two words, fe and loy, which signifies bound in mutual trust; a plausible derivation, and not unsuited to the meaning of the word. But Hicks gives a better etymology when he derives it from the Anglo Saxon folgian, "to follow," and thus a fellow would be a follower, a companion, an associate. In French the Fellow Craft of Freemasonry is called Compagnon; in Spanish, Companero; in Italian, Compagno; and in German, Gesell; in all of which the radical meaning is a fellow workman.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Zeus; the source of generation and principle of life

"Tell ye celestial powers," continues the poet, "how first the gods and world were made; the rivers, and the boundless sea with its raging surge. Also, the bright shining stars, and wide stretched heaven above, and all the gods that sprang from them, givers of good things?"

The Muses answer, "First of all existed Chaos; next in order the broad- bosomed Earth; then Love appeared, the most beautiful of immortals. From Chaos, sprang Erebus and dusky Night, and from Night and Erebus, came Ether and smiling Day.

"But first Earth produced the starry Heavens, commensurate to herself; and the barren Sea, without mutual love. Then, conjoined with Uranos, she produced the tremendous Titans; after whom, Time, crooked in counsel, was produced the youngest, and most dreadful of her children. The Cyclops were next engendered; Brontes, Steropes, and Argos, and besides these, three other rueful sons were born to Heaven and Earth, Cottus, Briareus, and Gyes, with fifty heads and a hundred hands; haughty, hateful, and at enmity with their father from the day of their birth - for which cause, as soon as they appeared, he him them in the grottoes and caves of the Earth, and never permitted them to see the light. Meanwhile, Oceanos married to Tehys, the eldest of the Titans, produced the rivers and fountains, with three thousand daughters, properties and productions of moisture. Heaven's usurping son, Time, marrying the second sister, Rhea, had three female children, Vesta, Ceres, and Juno, and as many males; Pluto, Neptune, and designing Jove, Father of gods and men.

"No sooner was this sovereign source of light brought forth, that is, disembarrassed of heterogeneous parts, than he seized the reins of the universe, that under him at last assumed a stable form. For associating with Metis (counsel, contrivance, thought), by her supreme direction he brought his inhuman parent's progeny to light, and settled his congenial powers, each in their respective dignity; Ceres to fructify the Earth; Juno to impregnate the air; Neptune to rule the sea; and Pluto to reign in the regions below; while Saturn's first-born, Vesta, remained unmoved, the coercive band of the immense machine.

"But in this settlement he met with cruel opposition. The Titan gods (properties of matter) combined against him, and in a long and furious war endeavored to drive him, from the throne of Heaven, and reverse the recent dignities of the upstart Saturnian race. And now, the mighty frame had fallen into pristine Chaos, if, prompted by his all wise associate, he had not first made his kindred god partakers with himself of Nectar and Ambrosia (incense and immortality), and then released from dark-some durance, the predominant igneous powers, sons of Heaven and Earth, Cottus, Briareus, and Gyes, whom he called up to light and made his allies in the war. By their irresistible strength, he at last vanquished the Titan gods, and confined them fast bound in a prison waste and wild, as far under the Earth as Heaven is above it; a bulwark of brass, with three fold night brooding over it, and its gates of adamant guarded by three enormous brothers, jailers of Almighty Jove."

Here are the seeds of all things, the roots of the opaque Earth, the barren sea, and the beginning and bounds of the various orders of beings, all now shut up by the will of Jove(Jehovah), in the bottomless chasm, where darkness reigns and tempest howl, tremendous to the gods themselves. And Fable says, that things confused in this state until Honor and Reverence begot Majesty, who filled Heaven and Earth the day she was born; Awe and Dread sat down by her, all three being defended by Jove's thunders from the attacks of the Titans, have ever since remained by the side of this god, who now rules supreme, having rightly arranged all the immortals, and allotted to each their respective dignity.

But after having subdued his greatest adversaries, new dangers arose to Jupiter from his own resolutions. He married Metis, daughter of Oceanos; and it was predicated by an oracle, that she would have a son who should be endowed with his mother's strength and his father's wisdom, and rule over all the gods. To prevent this, Jupiter, with flattering allurements, drew Metis over into his own person, and soon after brought forth Minerva, who, as a full grown virgin in complete panoply, sprang from his head. A similar danger threatened him when he wished to marry Thetis, who, according to another oracle, would have a son who should be more powerful than his father.

In this manner these fictions represent that a mighty being always dreads a still mightier; for with the idea of unlimited power, every fiction ceases, Fancy having no farther scope. But to have a just conception of Jove, let us first recollect Zeno's definition of nature - that it is a plastic fire ever generating by rule; and then obey the most philosophical of all poets, when he bides us

"Look up, and view the immense expanse of Heaven,
The boundless Ether in his genial arms
Clasping the Earth. Him call thou
God and Jove."

We can judge of the propriety of his claim to dominion upon reading what Zeno considers one of the highest steps in the scale of creation. "Ether," says he, "or pure, invisible fire, the most subtle and elastic of all bodies, seems to pervade and expand itself throughout the universe. If air is the immediate agent or instrument in the productions of nature, the pure, invisible fire is the first natural mover or spring whence the air derives its power. This mighty agent is everywhere at hand, ready to break forth into action, actuating and enlivening the whole visible mass, equally fitted to produce or to destroy; distinguishing the various stages of nature, keeping up in the perpetual round of generation and corruption, pregnant with forms which it constantly sends forth and reabsorbs - so quick in its motion, so extensive in its effect, that it seems no other than the vegetative soul, or vital power of the world. This, then, is the true Zeus; the source of generation and principle of life - that heavenly, ethereal, that is, igneous nature, which spontaneously begets all things, the supposed parent of gods and men; and Fancy finding nothing in nature more pure and sublime than the Earth surrounding ethaer and sky, it was chosen by her as the archetype of the chief deity."

And what was his Hera? "The air," says the same author, "is the receptacle as well as source of all sublunary forms - the great mass or Chaos which imparts or receives them. The atmosphere that surrounds our earth contains a mixture of all the active, volatile parts of all vegetables, minerals, fossils and animals. Whatever corrupts or exhales, being acted on by solar heat, produces within itself all sorts of chemical productions, dispersing again their salts and spirits in new generations. The air, therefore, is an active mass of numberless different principles; the general source of corruption and generation in which the seeds of all things to lie latent, ready to appear and produce their kind whenever they shall light on a proper matrix. The whole atmosphere seems alive - there is every where acid to corrode and seed to engender in this common receptacle of all vivifying principles; and here is the foundation of the marriage made by the poets between these kindred gods. And when we consider at what season of the year the air is impregnated with ethereal seed, when it is that all nature teems with life, we shall not wonder at the cuckoo's being the bird of Hera carved on the top of her sceptre at Argoes, or at Zeus transforming himself into the spring's genial messenger when he first enjoyed his queen.

"Truth once lighted up shines on everything around it, and the same thread of reflection will guide us through the labyrinth of a greater mystery; for this matron goddess and patroness of marriage,became once a year a pure, unspotted vigin, upon bathing herself in a sacred fountain in the Argive territory."

As the powerful and majestic goddess, Hera typifies the quick and rapidly moving energies of the productive principle that clothes the earth in the majestic garb of the loveliness and beauty - and as the repelling and unattractive wife of Zeus, she typifies the cold frowns and chilling frosts of winter. Hence the physical allegories of their jealousies and quarrels.

Hera's chief archetype was the atmosphere which encompasses the earth, adhering in conjugal union to the ether that rests upon it; and this fiction of the marriage of Zeus and Hera is a representation of Fancy according to human notions and human relations; ridiculous, indeed, unless beheld with the poetical eye of imagination, that forms her gods after the image of men, and her men after the images of gods. And here let us not pass an unjust judgment on times of old. Antiquity is not to be viewed and explained according to the ideas and customs of modern times, any more than the plays of childhood by the earnest pursuits of maturer life, or the follies of youth by the graver wisdom of old age. While we live, as it were, in the age of reason, the ancients lived in that of imagination; and the infinite and unlimited, being to Fancy a melancholy object, , she gave life and animation to things formed and limited, in order to use them as models of her own creation. Therefore, to the boundless mass which surrounds man, the sky, earth, and sea, the ancients gave form and personality. They endeavored to unite the beauty and grace of formed objects, with the strength of the unformed and shapeless ; and as in the tall and erect body of man the solidity of the oak is joined to the pliancy of the sapling, so their creative genius connected the power of the raging elements, and the mahest of the rolling thunder, with the majestic form, the eloquent lips, the frowning brows, and the speaking eye of man. And thus is formed the image of Jupiter Olympis; that being to hands imagination entrusted so much power, must be in harmony with the human form; because the capacity for thought could only be indicated in the expressive features of the human face, and the power to rule and reign could be represented only in the majestic form of man. And yet the god must be the superior; and to such a degree rose this power of embodying high conceptions in the art of the Greeks, inspired and consecrated as it was by its subjects, that they exhibited works similar indeed, but far superior to their models; for while excluding from their productions everything contingent, they at the same time succeeded in uniting all that is essential to power, beauty, and sublimity.

In the character of their gods the leading idea of the ancients was power; the expression of which predominates in their most sublime formations. The mighty head of Zeus, from which wisdom was created, bends forward, meditating and directing the changes of events, and producing their revolutions. Among all the celestials, the power of him who rules the thunder is the most unlimited, being restricted only by the invincible will of Fate, or the wiles of the cunning Hera.

Almost every nation had its Jupiter. Among the first was Jupiter Ammon, Libya. His temple, the ruins of which are still to be seen, was in an oasis or island of verdure in the desert west of Egypt. Jupiter Serapis, worshiped in Egypt, was also very ancient, Jupiter Belus, mentioned by Herodotus, was the Jupiter of the Assyrians. The Ethiopians called him Assabinus, the Gauls Taranus, and the inhabitants of the Lower Nile, Apis. The Romans considered him the protecting deity of their empire, and styled him Jupiter Capitolinus from his chief temple on the Capitoline Hill; Jupiter Tonans, or Thunderer; Jupiter Fulminians, or Fulgurator, scatterer of lightning.

The distinguishing characteristic in all representations of Jupiter, whether by artists or poets, is majesty; and everything about him indicates dignity and authority. His look is sometimes intended to strike the beholder with terror, and sometimes with gratitude; and always to command respect and veneration. The fulmen in the hand of Jupiter was sort of hieroglyphic, having three different meanings, according to the three ways in which it was represented. The first is wreath of flame in a conical shape, like what we call the thunderbolt. This was adapted to Jupiter, when mild and calm, and was held down in his hand. The second is the same figure, with two transverse darts of lightning, and sometimes with wings on each side of it, to denote swiftness. This was given to Jupiter when he was represented as punishing.

Jupiter Pluvius is represented as seated in the clouds, holding up in his right hand, from which pours a stream of rain and hail, while his fulmen is held down to his lap. Jupiter Ammon was represented with the horns of a ram, which is accounted for by the following legend: - Bacchus being in the midst of the sands of Arabia, was seized with thirst so burning, that he longed even for a drop of water. Jupiter then presented himself in the form of a ram, and striking the earth, caused the grateful liquid to spring forth in abundance. To commemorate the deed, Bacchus erected a temple in the deserts of Libya, giving it the name of Jupiter Ammon, i.e. Sandy.

The worship offered to Zeus was the most solemn of any paid to the heathen deities; it was greatly diversified among different nations and the stories of his birth in a cave on the island of Crete, or at Thebes in Boeotia, or on a mountain in Arcadia, are but so many traditions of the several places where his worship became famous and was celebrated with the greatest pomp and ceremony. The reason of its having been so in Crete, is very evident; for these states was founded by Minos and Cadmus, two Attic princes, who introduced their national rites. But the Arcadians,whose lives were devoted to war or pasurage, in a rough, mountainous country, became afterwards a rude and fierce people and comparison to their neighbors, and yet they retained more traditions respecting the birth, education, and adventures of the gods, than the more civilized tribes of Peloponnesus. This was owing probably to their early instruction; first by the descendants of Inachos, and then by the Danaides, in the religion and rites which each brought from their own country. The victims most commonly offered, were a goat, a sheep, or a whit bull with gilded horns, though not infrequently the sacrifices consisted only of flour, salt, or incense.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Four Ever and Ever - Subtle Symbols for Genetic Engineering

Ever - age, eternity, 1. At any time. 2. At all times; always. 3. Without cessation or interruption


Evergreen - Green throughout the year. - n. A plant that retains its verdure through all the seasons.

In gardening a species of perennials, which continue their verdure, leaves, etc. all the year; such as hollies, phillyria's, laurustinus's bays, pines, firs, cedars of Lebanon, etc. The leaves are generally thicker and fimer than those of other trees and shrubs. Evergreen leaves are sometimes very small, as in firs and heaths; sometimes quite large, as in laurels, magnolias, etc. Evergreens in the United States include, besides many smaller kinds, the redwood and Sequoia gigantea, or "great trees" of California. Evergreens, for ornaments and shelter, are very poular. The somber green of pine, firs, cypresses, etc., is a well known feature of northern scenery in both summer and winter; the thickness of the foliage affords shelter to animals which could not so well exist in forests composed only of deciduous trees. Of British evergreens, holly and ivy rank first; the box, privet, bay, laurel, rhododendron, myrtle, etc., are quite familiar. A great variety of evergreens from China and and Japan have been added to the list of trees and shrubs available for ornamenting gardens and pleasure grounds. An evergreen plant is a symbol of immortality of the soul. The ancients, therefore, as well as the moderns, planted evergreens at the head of graves. Freemasons wear evergreens at the funerals of their brethren, and cast them into the grave. In many folklores and literatures, green has traditionally been used to symbolize nature and its embodied attributes, namely those of life, fertility, and rebirth. Green was symbolic of resurrection (genetic engineering) and immortality in Ancient Egypt; the god Osiris was depicted as green-skinned. Green is also associated with regeneration, fertility and rebirth for its connections to nature. Green traffic lights indicate to go forward, i.e. THE FUTURE.

Monday, March 8, 2010


In the mythologies, religions etc. the deities were referred to as Sons of Light. Freemasons are called the "Sons Of Light," because they are, or at least are entitled to be, in possession of the true meaning of the symbol supposedly; while the profane or uninitiated who have not received this knowledge are, by a parity of expression, said to be in the darkness. Among the Egyptians, the hare was the hieroglyphic of eyes that are open, because that animal was supposed to have his eyes always open. In the Hebrew language the word for "hare" is arnebet, which seems to be compounded of aur, "light," and nabat, "to see;" so that the word which among the Egyptians was used to designate an initiation, among the Hebrews meant to see the light. As light was adorned as the source of goodness, darkness, which is the negation of light, was abhorred as the cause of evil, and hence arose that doctrine which prevailed among the ancients, that there were two antagonistic principles continually contending for the government of the world.

Such was the dogma of Zoroaster, the Persian philosopher, who, under the names of Ormuzd and Ahriman, symbolized these two principles of light and darkness. Such was also the doctrine, though somewhat modified , of Manes, the founder of the sect of Manichees, who describes God the Father as ruling over the kingdom of light and contending with the powers of darkness. Pythagoras also maintained this doctrine of two antagonistic principles. He called the one, unity, light, the right hand, equality, stability, and a straight line; the other he named binary, darkness, the left hand, inequality, instability, and a curved line. Of the colors, he attributed white to the good principle, and black to the evil one. The Jewish Kabbalists believed that, before the creation of the world, all space was filled with the Infinite Intellectual Light, which afterwards withdrew itself to an equal distance from a central point in space, and afterwards by its emanation produced future worlds. The first emanation of this surrounding light into the abyss of darkness produced what they call "Adam Kadmon," the first man, or the first production of the divine energy. In the Bhagvat Geeta, (one of the religious books of the Brahmans,) it is said: "Light and darkness are esteemed the world's eternal ways; he who walketh in the former path returneth not, - that is, he goeth immediatly to bliss; whilist he who walketh in the latter cometh back again upon the earth." In fact, in all the ancient systems, this reverence for light, as an emblematic representation of the Eternal Principle of Good, is predominant. In the mysteries the candidate passed, during the initiation, through scenes of utter darkness, and at length terminated his trials by an admission to the splendidly illuminate sacelum, where he was said to have attained pure and perfect light. Personally I would stay away from the "Light" they mention, because you have to ask yourself what they really mean by light. By Light they mean the primitive light or how humanity once lived in the beginning which was as hermaphrodites. So searching for this "Light" is following the will of our controllers which is to bring us through genetic engineering means to a Ubermensch styled Pseudo Hermaphrodite Super Slave.

Light, in physiology is certain subtle particles of matter, capable of exciting in us the sensation of colors. Light consists of an inconceivably great number of particles flowing from a luminous body in all manner of directions; and these particles are so small, as to surpass all human comprehension. That the number of particles of light is inconceivably great, appears from the light of a candle; which if there be no obstacle in the way to obstruct the passage of its rays, will fill all the space within two miles of the candle every way with luminous particles, before it has left the least sensible part of its substance.

A ray of light is a continued stream of these particles, flowing from any visible body in a straight line; and the particles themselves are incomprehensibly small. Since no object can be seen through the bore of a bending pipe, it is evident that the rays of light move in straight lines, while there is nothing to refract or turn them out of their rectilineal course. Anything through which the rays of light can pass, is called a medium; as air, water, glass, diamond, or even a vacuum. While the rays of light continue in any medium a uniform density , they're straight; but when they pass obliquely out of one medium into another which is either more dense or more rare, they are refracted towards the denser medium; and this refraction is more or less, as the rays fall more or less obliquely on the refracting surface which divides the mediums. The time of a sun rising or setting, supposing its rays suffered no refraction, is easily found by calculation. But observation proves, that the sun rises sooner and sets later every day than the calculated time. For, though the sun's rays do not come part of the way to us through water, yet they do through the air or atmosphere, which being a grosser medium than the free space between the sun and the top of the atmosphere, the rays, by entering obliquely into the atmosphere, are there refracted, and thence bent down to earth. And although there are many places of the earth to which the sun is vertical at noon, and consequently its rays can suffer no refraction at that time, because they become perpendicularly through the atmosphere; yet there is no place through which the sun's rays do not fall obliquely on the top of the atmosphere, at its rising and setting; and consequently, no clear day in which the sun will not be visible before it rises in the horizon, and after it sets in it; and the longer are shorter, as the atmosphere is more or less replete with vapors.

Saturday, March 6, 2010


Yale University's "Eyes Wide Shut" Skull and Bones Society represent the Neanderthal Moho-Roma Genetic and Human Engineers. They have unlimited funds. Their goal is to identify the DNA cocktail that, once inserted in a female egg and implanted in a surrogate mother (Virgin Mary), will then produce offspring scions with the skeletal and muscular structure of a physically perfect task-specific SuperSlave, everytime. See Mohammed Ali, Tiger Woods, Mike Tyson, Lance Armstrong, B. J. Singh, etc.. The BAS (Skull and Bones) also want this offspring's binary code reversed so as to produce a new third kind gender, a 2 in 1 hermaphrodite, which will then replace both the existing male and female genders. Finally, they want "IT" to have dumbed-down Mongolian syndrome, as these intelligent, single-minded greedy "Mongoloids" (idiot-savants), can also be human engineered into the best hippocrites; journalists, priests, politicians and suicide bombers.

The SABBELLIANS were a sect of Christians of the 3rd century, that embraced the opinions of Sabellius, a philosopher of Egypt, who openly taught that there is but one person in the Godhead. The Sabellians maintained, that the Word and the Holy Spirit are only virtues, emanations, or functions of the Deity; and held, that he who is in heaven is the Father (a.k.a. Neanderthaler) of all things, descended into the virgin(genetic engineering), became a child, and was born of her as son; and that having accomplished the mystery of our salvation, he diffused himself on the apostles in tongues of fire(language), and was then denominated the Holy G-host. This they explained by resembling God to the sun, the illuminative virtue or quality of which was the Word, an its wanting virtue the Holy Spirit. The Word, they taught, was darted like a divine ray, to accomplish the work of redemption; and that, being reascended to heaven, the influences of the Father were communicated after a like manenr to the apostles.

In church history, a sect of idolaters much more ancient than the Jewish law. In the early ages of the world, idolatry was divided between to sects; the worshipers of images, called Sabaeans, Sabians; and the worshipers of fire, called magi. [See MAGI] The SABAEANS began with worshiping the heavenly bodies, which they fancied were animated by interior deities. In the consecration of their images, they used many incantation to draw down into them from the stars those intelligences for whom they erected them, whose power and influence they held afterwards dwelt in them. This religion, it is said, first began among the Chaldeans, with their knowledge in astronomy; and from this it was that Abraham separated himself, when he came out of Chaldea. From the Chaldeans it spread all over the east; and from thence to the Grecians, who propagated it to all the nations of the known world. The remainder of this sect still subsists in the east and pretend to derive their name from Sabius a son of Seth; and among the books in which the doctrines of the sect are contained, they have one which they call the book of Seth, and which they pretend was written by the patriarch.

The Assyrian empire on the Tigris and the Upper Euphrates, rose much later than the Babylonian, which it subdued, but which under the father of Nebuchadnezzar cast off the yoke, and attained the power. The caste of priests named Chaldeans, distinguished for their knowledge of the order and courses of the heavenly bodies, the objects of Babylonian worship, was to be found here; by the early establishment of despotism permitted not a division of the people into any other castes. It was mandatory for all free Chaldeans to be educated and to learn tablet writing. These Chaldeans were divided into several orders under a head appointed by the king. Birth was not a necessary qualification for admittance into their body. We find (as in the case of Daniel) Jews placed in the highest rank among them. They derived their support from lands assigned to them. The nature of the occupations of the Babylonians made a race of men of importance, who pretended to a knowledge of the ways of the gods, who measured the land, marked the seasons, and announced the hours of good and evil fortune; yet almost all their boasted wisdom was mere jugglery and deceit.

DANIEL, (a Hebrew word meaning "God s judge"), was a Hebrew prophet/profit. According to the bible which bears his name, he descended from one of the highest families in Judah. As a youth, he was carried captive to Babylon with three other Hebrew youths of rank. He and his companions were chosen for instruction in the language of literature of the Chaldeans, and the names of all four were changed - Daniel being called Belteshazzar; that is, prince of Bel. Not long after, he interpreted a dream for Nebuchadnezzar, and in consequence he rose into high favor, was made governor of the province of Babylon, and head inspector of the priestly caste. This high position he kept under Darius and Cyrus, in spite of the intrigues of hostile courtiers. At one time, because he refused to give up the worship of God, he was cast into a den of lions, but was preserved, and reached still higher rank. He assisted his people in their return to their native land. The book of Daniel was written partly in Hebrew, and partly in Aramaic, and is now divided into twelve chapters, the first half consisting of narratives, and the second half of predictions. The predictions are in the form of visions, which tell the history of four successive empires, the Chaldean, Median, Persian and Macedonian culminating in the kingdom of Christ.

The SABBATH, or the day of rest, a solemn festival of the Jews, on the seventh day of the week, or Saturday, beginning from sunset on Friday, to sunset on Saturday. The observation of the Sabbath began with world; for God having employed six days(6,000 days- see college of 6 days) in its creation, appointed the seventh as a day of rest to be observed by man, in commemoration of that great event. On this day the Jews were commanded to abstain from all labor, and to give rest to their cattle. They were not allowed to go out of the city farther than two thousand onbits, or a mile; a custom which was founded on the distance of the ark from the tents of the Israelites, in the wilderness, after their leaving Egypt; for being permitted to go, even on the sabbath day, to the tabernacle to pray, they from thence inferred, that the taking a journey of no greater length, tho' on a different account, could not be a breach of the sabbatical rest.

As the seventh day was a day of rest to the people, so was the seventh year to the land; it being unlawful to this year to plow or sow, and whatever the earth produced belonged to the poor; this was called the sabbatical year. The modern, as well as the ancient, Jews, are very superstitious in the observance of sabbath; they carry neither arms, nor gold nor silver about them, and are permitted neither to touch these, nor candle, nor anything belonging to fire; on which account they light up lamps on Friday, which burn till the end of the sabbath. `

Friday, March 5, 2010

Ecclesiastic Freemasonry

AB.ER.DEEN is the name of two cities in Scotland, called the Old and the New Towns, situated on the German Ocean 1. 45. W. long and 57. 11. N. lat. The old town lies about about mile to the north of the new, at the mouth of the river Don, over which is a fine bridge, of a single arch, which rests at both sides on two rocks. The old town was formerly the seat of the bishop, and had a large cathedral church, commonly called St. Macher's. This cathedral had anciently two rows of stone pillars across the church, and three turrets, rested upon an arch, supported by for pillars. In this cathedral was a fine library; but about the year 1560 it almost totally destroyed.

But the capital building is the King's college, on the south side of the town, which is a large and stately fabric. The steeple is vaulted with a double cross arch, above which is an imperial crown, supported by eight stone pillars, and closed with a globe and two gilded crosses. In the year 1631 this steeple was thrown down by a storm, but was soon after rebuilt in a more stately form. This college was founded by Bishop Elphinston in the year 1500; but James IV. claimed the patronage of it, and it has since been called the King's College. This college, and the Marishall college in the new twon, form one university, called the University of King Charles.

The new town is the capital of the shire of Aberdeen. For largeness, trade, beauty, it greatly exceeds any town in the North. It stands upon a hill or rising ground. The buildings are generally four stories high, and have, for the most part, gardens behind them, which gives it a beautiful appearance. On the high street is a large church, which formerly belonged to the Franciscans. This church was begun by Bishop William Elphinston, and finished by Gavinus Dunbar, Bishop of Aberdeen, about the 1500. Bishop Dunbar is said likewise to have built the bridge over the Dee, which consists of seven arches. The chief public building in the new town is the Marishall college, founded by George Keith Earl of Marshall, in the year 1593; but has since been greatly augmented with additional buildings. In both the Marishall and King's college the languages, mathematics, natural philosophy, divinity, etc, are taught by very able professors.

By the way Arthur C. Clarke went to Kings College

Thursday, March 4, 2010


Intuition is just another word for Cellular Memory (as with DNA); a hologram of the whole of eternity. You are what you eat. Eat pork and crustaceans, they bring you your ancient cellular memory.

Descartes was a Mason. What he said and what people heard is different.

He said : I am 'their 4' I am. The brain-dead heard I am, therefore I am.

4 is a symbol for messenger, a vendor ; a Watcher (insider) who is responsible for the mess we're in.

PS: IAMS is a dog food for dog~priests


Presbyta, in optics is a person whose eyes eyes being flat, can see distant objects distinctly, but those near confusedly; but defect of sight got this appellation, because old people are naturally subject to it.

Presbyter in the primitive Christian church, an elder, and of the second order of ecclesiastics; the other two being bishops and deacons. Pres.by.terians or pro.test.ants, so called from their maintaining that the government of the church appointed in the New Testament was by presbyteries; that is, by ministers and ruling elders, associated for its government and discipline.

The Presbyterians affirm, that there is no order in the church as established by Christ and his apostles superior to that of presbyters; that all ministers, being ambassadors of Christ, are equal by their commission, and that elder of presbyter, and bishop are the same in name and office; for which they allege, Acts xx. 28, etc.

The only difference between them and the church of England, relates to disciple and church government. Their highest assembly is a synod(sin nod), which may be provincial, national, or oecumenical; and they allow appeals from inferior to superior assemblies; according to Acts xv. 2, 6, 22, 23. The next assembly is composed of a number of ministers and elders, associated for governing the churches within certain bounds. This authority they found upon Acts xv. 4, 6, etc. The lowest of their assemblies or presbyteries consists of the ministers and elders of a congregation, who have power to cite before any member, and to admonish, instruct, rebuke, and suspend him from the Eucharist. They have also a deacon, whose office is to take care of the poor.

The ordination of their ministers is by prayer, fasting, and imposition of the hands of the presbyters. This is now the discipline of the church of Scotland.


The story of Genesis, the Virgin Mary and secular Freemasonry are all about genetic engineering.

genetic engineering : The manipulation of MOLECULES in strands of DNA to produce new types of organisms, including more perfect slaves, mass murderers and human guinea pigs. Genetic engineering is currently being redeveloped commercially in the United States, Korea and many other places around the world. Although the science has been around for thousands of years (pre-Ice Age), and all current human beings outside of Africa, from Cro Magnons on down are products of the science, there is often much choreographed controversy by the media about the risk involved in releasing genetically engineered organisms into the environment.

Secular Freemasonry was formed in England, in 1717, for the main purpose of getting access to the wives of Masons who would agree to become surrogate mothers to the genetically engineered offsprings of Monks, by carrying the implanted GE eggs to term.

Surnames were then added as specific family names, to help the Monks track the talents, habits and instincts of the offsprings of the original implant over numerous future generations. (See Mormons and genealogy).

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


GUINEA: gene ~ A portion of a DNA MOLECULE that serves as the basic unit of HEREDITY. Genes control the characteristics that an offspring will have by transmitting information in the sequence of NUCLEOTIDES on short sections of DNA.

Guinea: A country of western Africa on the Atlantic Ocean. It was a French colony from 1898 until 1958, when it gained its independence. Conakry is the capital and the largest city.

New Guinea: Island in the southwestern PACIFIC OCEAN, north of AUSTRALIA. The western half of the island is administered by INDONESIA. New Guinea is the world's second-largest island, after GREENLAND.
Named for its resemblance to the Guinea coast of western AFRICA.

Guinea: n. 1. Abbr. g., G. a. A gold coin issued in England from 1663 to 1813 and worth one pound and one shilling. b. The sum of one pound and one shilling. 2. Offensive. Slang. Used as a disparaging term for an Italian or a person of Italian descent. [After the Guinea coast of Africa, the source of the gold from which it was first made.]

Guiana: A region of northeast South America including southeast Venezuela, part of northern Brazil, and French Guiana, Suriname, and Guyana.

Guiana Highlands: A mountainous tableland region of northern South America extending from southeast Venezuela into Guyana and northern Brazil.

Guinea pig: n. 1. Any of various small, short-eared domesticated rodents of the genus Cavia, having variously colored hair and no visible tail. They are widely kept as pets and often used as experimental animals. 2. Informal. A person who is used as a subject for experimentation or research.

Guinea worm n. A long, threadlike nematode worm (Dracunculus medinensis) of tropical Asia and Africa that is a subcutaneous parasite of human beings and other mammals and causes ulcerative lesions on the legs and feet.

Gustave Flaubert: A French author of the middle nineteenth century, known for his careful choice of words and exact descriptions. Flaubert's best-known work is MADAME BOVARY.

The SculPTor

PS: The new flick GIGLI ~ remember Noel, no L, there is no L ~ the name is really GIGI (the grafted 11).

The Evil Eye

HELios, or Sol, belonged likewise to the ancient deities; in which, with a few strong features, the grand objects of nature are personified; for it is the shining sun that appears in the image of Helios. His head is surrounded by rays, and he gives light both to gods and men (archived ancient information, knowledge, wisdom, hidden high sciences). HE SEES AND HEARS EVERYTHING AND DISCOVERS ALL THAT IS KEPT SECRET.

To him were sacred those fat OXen that grazed without herdsmen (The Priesthood) in the Island of Sicily, and at the sight of which he was delighted as he passed through the skies. When, therefore, the companions of Ulysses had killed several of them, the god of the sun threatened Jupiter that he would descend into Orcus and carry light to the dead unless he avenged the injury done him. Jupiter terrified by his threats, immediately dashed the ship in pieces, so that Ulysses' companions became a prey to the sea.

Sometimes the god of the sun is called Titan, on account of his belonging to that family; or from his father, with whom he sometimes confounded in ancient tales; or Hyperion, a name which signifies height sublimity; and it is remarkable that a term of precisely the same import (Ikare) (I care)is applied to the same luminary by the Iroquois of North America.

Sol was an object of veneration among the ancients, and was particularly worshiped by the Persians under the name of Mithras.

"Cities and Thrones and Powers"

Cities and Thrones and Powers,
Stand in Time's eye,
Almost as long as flowers,
Which daily die:
But, as new buds put forth
To glad new men,
Out of the spent and unconsidered Earth,
The Cities rise again.

This season's Daffodil,
She never hears,
What change, what chance, what chill,
Cut down last year's;
But with bold countenance,
And knowledge small,
Esteems her seven days' continuance,
To be perpetual.

So Time that is o'er -kind,
To all that be,
Ordains us e'en as blind,
As bold as she:
That in our very death,
And burial sure,
Shadow to shadow, well persuaded, saith,
"See how our works endure!"

Rudyard Kipling

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

O Lamp I See!

The Rhodes program, the Olympics and Oscars etc., are then used to gage the success of the different models of slaves. These results allow the 'ENGINEERS' to further modify UBERMENSCH DNA, their planned third kind SuperMan~SuperSlave replacement of the existing two genders. At Olympia, every fifth year, the Olympic games were celebrated in honor of Zeus. This festival consisted of religious ceremonies, athletic contests and races, and was under the immediate superintendence of the Olympian Zeus. The exact interval at which they recurred was one of forty-nine and fifty lunar months alternately; so that the celebration sometimes fell in the month of July and sometimes in August.

The worship of Apollo was associated with that of Zeus, and the early tradition connects Hercules with the festival. There is another proof of the Dorian origin of the games, for Apollo and Hercules were two of the principles deities of the Doric race. There were altars at Olympia to other gods, which were said to have been erected by Hercules, and at which the victors sacrificed.

The festival itself may be divided into two parts, the games or contests, and the festival rites connected with the sacrifices, with the processions, and with the public banquets in honor of the conquerors. The conquerors in the games and private individuals, as well as the theori or deputies from the various states, offered sacrifices to the different gods; but the chief sacrifices were offered by the Eleans in the name of the Elan state.

The contests consisted of various trials of strength and skill, which were increased in number from time to time. The earliest of these games was the foot race, and was the only contest during thirteen Olympiads. The space run was the length of the stadium in which the games were held, namely, about six hundred English feet.

In the 14th Olympiad wrestling was introduced B.C. 708. The wrestlers were matched in pairs by lot. When there was an odd number, the person who was left by the lot without an antagonist, wrestled last of all with him who had conquered the others. The athlete who gave his antagonist three throws, gained the victory. There was another kind of wrestling in which if the combatant who fell could drag down his antagonist with him, the struggle was continued on the ground, and the one who succeeded in getting uppermost and holding the other down, gained the victory.

In the same year was introduced the Pentathlon, which consisted of five exercises, viz. leaping, running, throwing the quoit, throwing the javelin, and wrestling. In leaping, they carried weights in their hands, or on their shoulders, and their object was to leap the greatest distance without regard to height. The Discus or quoit was a heavy weight of a circular or oval shape; neither this nor the javelin was aimed at a mark; but he who threw the furthest was the victor. In order to gain the victory in the Pentathlon, it was necessary to conquer in each of the five parts. Boxing was introduced in the 23rd Olympiad (B.C. 688). The boxers had their hands and arms covered with thongs of leather called cestus, which served to defend them as well as to annoy the antagonists. The Pancratium consisted of boxing and wrestling combined. In this exercise, and in the cestus, the vanquished combatant acknowledged his defeat by some sigh; and this is supposed to be the reason why the Spartans were forbidden by the laws of Lycurgus to practice them, as it would have been esteemed a disgrace to his country, that a Spartan should confess himself defeated.

The horse races were of two kinds, the chariot race and the horse race. The chariot race, generally with for horse chariots, was introduced in the 25th Olympiad (B.C. 680). The course had two goals in the middle, at the distance probably of two stadia from each other. The chariot started from one of these goals, passed round the other, and returned along the other side of the Hippodrome. This circuit was made twelve times; and the great art of the charioteer consisted in turning as close as possible to the goals, but without running against them or against the other chariots. The places at the starting posts were assigned to the chariots by lot. There was another race between chariots with two horses, and a race between chariots drawn by mules was introduced in the 70th Olympiad and abolished in the 84th.

There were two sorts of races on horseback - one in which each competitor rode one horse throughout the course, and another, in which as the horse approached the goal, the rider leaped from his back and keeping hold of the bridle, finished the course on foot. In the 37th Olympiad (B.C. 632), running on foot and wrestling between boys was introduced. There also contests in poetry and music at the Olympiads festivals.

The Hellanodicae, or judges in the Olympic games, were chosen by lot from the whole body of the Eleans. Their office probably lasted for one festival, during which time it was their duty to see that all the laws regulating the games were observed by the competitors and others to determine the prizes, and to give them to the conquerors. An appeal from their decision to the Elean Senate. Their office was considered most honorable. Their dress was a purple robe, and in the stadium a special seat was appropriated to them. Under the direction of the Hellanodicae was a certain number of deputies, who formed a kind od police, who carried into execution the commands of the Hellanodicae.

All persons were admitted to a contest in the Olympic games who could prove that they were free men, that they were of genuine Hellenic blood, and that their characters were free from infamy and immorality. So great was the importance attached to the second of these particulars, that the kings of Macedon were obliged to prove their Hellenic descent before gaining admittance. The equestrian conquests were necessarily confined to the wealthy, who displayed in them great magnificence; but the poorest citizens could contend in the athletic contests. The owners of the chariots and horses were not obliged to contend in person; and the wealthy vied with one another in the magnificence of the chariots and horses which they sent to the games. Alcibiades sent seven chariots to one festival, a greater number than had ever been sent by a private person; three of them obtained prizes. The only prize given to the conqueror was a garland of wild olive.

The Greek kings in Sicily, Macedon, and other parts of the Hellenic world, contended with one another for the prize in the equestrian contests. The Olympic games were celebrated with much splendor under the Roman Emperors, by many of whom great privileges were awarded to the conquerors. In the sixteenth year of the reign of Theodosius, A.D. 394 (O1. 293), the Olympic festival was forever abolished . The description of the Olympic games will, for the most part, serve also for the other three great festivals of Greece, viz. the Isthmian, Nemean, and Pythian games.

Years later, a young Grand Orient Freemasonic Frenchmen named Pierre de Coubertin began their revival. Coubertin is now known as le Rénovateur. Coubertin was a French aristocrat born on January 1, 1863. He was only seven years old when France was overrun by the Germans during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870. Some believe that Coubertin attributed the defeat of France not to its military skills but rather to the French soldiers' lack of vigor.* After examining the education of the German, British, and American children, Coubertin decided that it was exercise, more specifically sports, that made a well-rounded and vigorous person.

Coubertin's attempt to get France interested in sports was not met with enthusiasm. Still, Coubertin persisted. In 1890, he organized and founded a sports organization, Union des Sociétés Francaises de Sports Athlétiques (USFSA). Two years later, Coubertin first pitched his idea to revive the Olympic Games. At a meeting of the Union des Sports Athlétiques in Paris on November 25, 1892, Coubertin stated,

Let us export our oarsmen, our runners, our fencers into other lands. That is the true Free Trade of the future; and the day it is introduced into Europe the cause of Peace will have received a new and strong ally. It inspires me to touch upon another step I now propose and in it I shall ask that the help you have given me hitherto you will extend again, so that together we may attempt to realise [sic], upon a basis suitable to the conditions of our modern life, the splendid and beneficent task of reviving the Olympic Games.**

His speech did not inspire action. Though Coubertin was not the first to propose the revival of the Olympic Games, he was certainly the most well-connected and persistent of those to do so. Two years later, Coubertin organized a meeting with 79 delegates who represented nine countries. He gathered these delegates in an auditorium that was decorated by neoclassical murals and similar additional points of ambiance. At this meeting, Coubertin eloquently spoke of the revival of the Olympic Games. This time, Coubertin aroused interest.

The delegates at the conference voted unanimously for the Olympic Games. The delegates also decided to have Coubertin construct an international committee to organize the Games. This committee became the International Olympic Committee (IOC; Comité Internationale Olympique) and Demetrious Vikelas from Greece was selected to be its first president. Athens was chosen as the location for the revival of the Olympic Games and the planning was begun.