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if you look closely at the painting , you'll see two cracks one is big (at the bottom ) and one is small (on top)...it could be interpreted as the Male /Female , Positive/ Negative poles....
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She is also called an Archetype: (remember fractal )


Archetype - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Etymology

First attested in English in 1540s,[2] the word archetype derives from the Latin noun archetypum, the latinisation of the Greek noun ἀρχέτυπον (archetupon) and adjective ἀρχέτυπος (archetupos), meaning "first-moulded",[3] which is a compound of ἀρχή (archē,) "beginning, origin"[4] + τύπος (tupos), amongst others "pattern, model, type".[5]

Pronunciation note: The "ch" in archetype is a transliteration of the Greek chi (χ) and is most commonly articulated in English as a "k".[6]

Origins

The origins of the archetypal hypothesis date back as far as Plato. Jung himself compared archetypes to Platonic ideas. Plato's ideas were pure mental forms that were imprinted in the soul before it was born into the world. They were collective in the sense that they embodied the fundamental characteristics of a thing rather than its specific peculiarities.

The Platonist Jewish philosopher Philo of Alexandria used the term to describe the Imago Dei, and the Gallic Christian theologian Irenaeus of Lyons used the term to describe the act of Creation.[7]
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* Averroes / Avicenna, one of the most famous Muslim philosophers (his proper
name is Abu-'l-Welid-ibn-Roshd), was at one time imprisoned by him
because he wrote " Venus then is one of the Divinities "—a gloss on a
classical author. He was liberated afterwards on being better under-
stood and accompanied the succeeding monarch, El Mansur, as a
closa friend int« Morocco, where he died.
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Let us See what Maimonides had to say about these Talking Figures, in the twelfth century, in his Ethical Writings:
"The worshipers of the teraphim claimed that when the clarity of the stars
spread out on the statue,They saw as bein in relations with the Celestial Intelligences that were using the object as an instrument. Thus the teraphim taught the Hebrew people a lot of useful art and science
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the author's comment:
Note that the gold teraphim were consecrated [actually "Tuned" so as "terrestrial" subspace, ie to instantaneous propagation 36] especially in a star or a planet determined.
Jason Mraz - I Won't Give Up (Official Lyric Video) - YouTube



She to you

Quote:
when i look into your eyes
it's like watching the night sky
or a beautiful sunrise
well there's so much they hold
and just like them old stars
i see that you've come so far
to be right where you are
how old is your soul?



i won't give up on us
even if the skies get rough
i'm giving you all my love
i'm still looking up



and when you're needing your space
to do some navigating
i'll be here patiently waiting
to see what you find


'cause even the stars they burn
some even fall to the earth
we've got a lot to learn
god knows we're worth it
no, i won't give up


i don't wanna be someone who walks away so easily
i'm here to stay and make the difference that i can make
our differences they do a lot to teach us how to use the tools and gifts
we got yeah we got a lot at stake

and in the end, you're still my friend at least we didn't tend
for us to work we didn't break, we didn't burn
we had to learn, how to bend without the world caving in
i had to learn what i got, and what i'm not
and who i am



i won't give up on us
even if the skies get rough
i'm giving you all my love
i'm still looking up
i'm still looking up



i won't give up on us
god knows i'm tough, he knows
we got a lot to learn
god knows we're worth it


i won't give up on us
even if the skies get rough
i'm giving you all my love
i'm still looking up


Jason Mraz - The World As I See It - YouTube

so true , she does love you just let her whisper in your ear

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The world as I see it, is a remarkable place
A beautiful house in a forest, of stars in outer space.
From a birds eye view, I can see it has a well-rounded personality
From a birds eye view, I can see we are family
.

It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Because you are the world to me.

Yeah the world as I see it, is a remarkable place
Every man makes a difference
And every mothers child is a saint
From a birds eye view I can see, we are spiralling down in gravity
From a birds eye view I can see, you are just like me.

It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Unconditionally.

No it's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Because you are the world to me.

You are the mountain, you are the rock
You are the cord and you're the spark
You are the eagle, you are the lark
You are the world and you're remarkable


You're the ocean eating the shore
You are the calm inside the storm
You're every emotion, you can endure
You are the world, the world is yours.


(It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Unconditionally)

No it's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Unconditionally.

No it's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
No it's not a difficult thing.
It's not hard for me to love you
Hard for me to love you
Because you are the world to me.

Yeah the world as I see it, is a remarkable place.

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one more thing...you may think that Modern Medical Surgery Tools were invented the last 200 years...guess what....Wrong....they date back as far as Classic Greek and trace their Origin back to ....Alexandria

Ancient Discoveries Season 1 Episode 2 - Galen, Doctor to the Gladiators {s01e02} Full Length - YouTube


enjoy

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Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus (September AD 129 – 199/217; Greek: Γαληνός, Galēnos, from adjective "γαληνός", "calm"[1]), better known as Galen of Pergamon (modern-day Bergama, Turkey), was a prominent Roman (of Greek ethnicity) physician, surgeon and philosopher.[2][3][4] Arguably the most accomplished of all medical researchers of antiquity, Galen contributed greatly to the understanding of numerous scientific disciplines, including anatomy,[5] physiology, pathology,[6] pharmacology,[7] and neurology, as well as philosophy[8] and logic.
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Medicine rests upon four pillars - philosophy, astronomy, alchemy, and ethics.
Paracelsus

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Earth Sized Tornado Spins On Sun's Surface Feb-2012.mpg - YouTube

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Vast solar tornado spins on the sun
A tremendous tornado whirling across the surface of the sun was captured by a NASA satellite recently -- an amazing wonder of the solar system that may be as big as the Earth itself.

The video was recorded by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), a sun-watching satellite that has transmitted a series of stunning photos of solar flares in recent months. The new video shows darker, cooler plasma shifting back and forth above the sun's surface over the span of nearly 30 hours stretching from Feb. 7 to Feb. 8.

And the giant tornado may be as large as the Earth itself, with gusts of up to 300,000 mph,
explained Terry Kucera, deputy SOHO project scientist and a solar physicist with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.


Have not forgotten the Crystal Battery from: Bedini Earth Light

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Guys,
Here is a New Video and Recipe. I have been running a cylinder type cell for almost 5 weeks now sans water addition with a mix that is very close to what I show in this video, but more important is how I allowed the cell to form. Using a Magnetic field to perhaps induce an intrinsic stress to the lattice or perhaps bias the hydration within the lattice itself as it forms seems to make a BIG difference in current output capacity.
All thoughts welcome, and again, to give credit where credit is due,
Thank you John Bedini for tickling our minds by showing crystals forming around a magnet, as well Thank you Ron NextGen1967 for the input to try LiClO4 in the mix. I hope you have had time to try it as well.
Crystal Stress and Mag Field - YouTube
I just uploaded it so it may take a moment or two.
Very Best Regards,
Jim
thank you jehdds

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Let us Discover a bit about the Koran :

the following two Surats (verses ) are probably the most known throughout the Muslim Land:

and they have profound meaning even translated



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Sūrat Al-Nās (Arabic: سورة الناس‎), or Mankind, is the 114th and last sura, or chapter, of the Qur'an, the Muslim holy book. It is a short six-verse invocation, asking Allah for protection from the Satan. It is a Makkan sura. Together with sura Al-Falaq it is also known as Al-Mu'awwidhatayn (the unified ones ); dealing with roughly the same theme, they form a natural pair. There is a Sunnah tradition of reading this Sura over the sick or before sleeping.
114th= 1 + 1 + 4 = HM 6
6 verses = HM 6


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Sūrat al-Falaq (Arabic: سورة الفلق‎ ) (Dawn, Daybreak) is the 113th sura of the Qur'an. It is a brief five verse invocation, asking Allah for protection from the evil of Satan. Together with Surat al-Nas it is also known as Al-Mu'awwidhatayn.
113th = 1 + 1 + 3 = HM 5
5 verses = HM 5




the verses:

Quote:
Al-Falaq

English Translation by Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall:[2][3]

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of Daybreak [1] From the evil of that which He created; [2] From the evil of the darkness when it is intense, [3] And from the evil of malignant witchcraft, [4] And from the evil of the envier when he envieth. [5]

Transliteration: Bismillahir ramanir rahim
1 Qul audhu bi rabbil falaq
2 Min sharri ma khalaq
3 Wa min'sharri ghasiqin idha waqab
4 Wa min'sharrin naffa thati fil u'qad
5 Wa min'sharri hasidin idha hasad

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Al-Nas

English Translation by Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall:[2][3]

Say: I seek refuge in the Lord of mankind, [1] The King of mankind, [2] The God of mankind, [3] From the evil of the sneaking whisperer, [4] Who whispereth in the hearts of mankind, [5] Of the jinn and of mankind. [6]


Transliteration:
Bismillahir-rahmanir-rahim

Qul a'uudhu bi rabbin naas

Malikin naas

Ilaahin naas

Min sharril waswaasil khannas

Alladhee yuwaswisu fee suduurin naas

Minal Jinnati wa naas
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you know the expression " Divide and Conquer" or "Clash of the civilizations"....what if i told you


3 = Torah

6= Bible

9= Koran


(or you could switch the numbers for each, it does not matter as each combination will have its own meaning )



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the beauty of Fractal Constructs...when put together they will resonate to each other
Quote:
from: A Fractal Application to society



it takes 3 waves to make a variation

Quote:
a fractal construct has an 'efficient function', it has a fractal ergonomy to them, they function on multiple levels and in multiple dimensions:
Quote:
COHERENCE AT ANY LEVEL IS COHERENCE AT ALL LEVELS.
An orderly arrangement between wave lengths establishes a connection between frequencies and fields. But for this connection to last, it must resonate to all frequencies and fields. This can only be accomplished through the resonate structure of golden mean pathways
. a harmonic cascade effect
.....have not read either but have a deep respect for these sacred books


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Wah Wah - Robert Plant

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From my island home I feel a chance
Kiss the tide - goes time and circumstance
Give me peace of mind and let me dance
Bury all my pain of years beneath the sand
On my heels these wings I gladly wear
Laugh into the face of anger and despair
Give me peace of mind and let me dance
Bury all my pain of years beneath the sand


powerful

original statue Flying Mercury

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from: Archetype - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In the analysis of personality, the term archetype is often broadly used to refer to:
A stereotype— a personality type observed multiple times, especially an oversimplification of such a type.
An epitome— a personality type exemplified, especially the "greatest" such example.
A literary term to express details.

Archetype refers to a generic version of a personality. In this sense, "mother figure" may be considered an archetype, and may be identified in various characters with otherwise distinct (non-generic) personalities.

Archetypes are likewise supposed to have been present in folklore and literature for thousands of years, including prehistoric artwork. The use of archetypes to illuminate personality and literature was advanced by Carl Jung early in the 20th century, who suggested the existence of universal contentless forms that channel experiences and emotions, resulting in recognizable and typical patterns of behavior with certain probable outcomes. Archetypes are cited as important to both ancient mythology and modern narratives.


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Plato's ideas were pure mental forms that were imprinted in the soul before it was born into the world
and it is up to you to recover these Keys / Imprints...Your Truth

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Similarly, the song "Atlantis" by the folk singer Donovan mentions twelve archetypal characters leaving the sinking Atlantis and spreading to the far corners of the world to bring civilization, though only five of the twelve are mentioned in the song:

Knowing her fate, Atlantis sent out ships to all corners of the Earth.
On board were the Twelve:
The poet, the physician, the farmer, the scientist, the magician,
And the other so-called Gods of our legends,
Though Gods they were
.
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The concept of psychological archetypes was advanced by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, c. 1919. In Jung's psychological framework, archetypes are innate, universal prototypes for ideas and may be used to interpret observations 6 3 9.

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from page 10 The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

If you desire change to happen , and an end to this non sense that surround you....start with 1 (your inner self )....polarize yourself into discovering the fractal antenna that you are (and more )...Seek your own truth, the Kyballion is a great companion, as was said

from the Kybalion:

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With the Master-Key in his possession, the student may unlock the many doors of the mental and psychic temple of knowledge, and enter the same freely and intelligently. This Principle explains the true nature of "Energy," "Power," and "Matter," and why and how all these are subordinate to the Mastery of Mind. One of the old Hermetic Masters wrote, long ages ago: "He who grasps the truth of the Mental Nature of the Universe is well advanced on The Path to Mastery." And these words are as true to-day as at the time they were first written. Without this Master-Key, Mastery is impossible, and the student knocks in vain at the many doors of The Temple.
as you learn, you'll change your vibration

Principle of correspondence: think of water in this example as knowledge

consider this: the sound emitted by an empty crystal glass is not the same as the sound from a half full glass or a full glass



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It would seem, that if you could control your own thoughts -- you could sympathetically induce similar thoughts in surrounding humans. It seems the greatest control -- is self control. If you could couple self control, with an exact understanding of your surrounding environment -- you could "control" or affect your environment greatly.

Reflecting,
==Romo

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Fractal Resonance of Events

Pope Benedict names 22 new cardinals - Telegraph

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Among the most prominent in the group is New York's Archbishop Timothy Dolan, who is already being touted by some Vatican experts as a possible future candidate to become the first American pope.
The Pope, who turns 85 in April and is showing signs of his age, elevated the men to the highest Church rank below him at a ceremony in St. Peter's Basilica known as a consistory.
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Talking about Archetype and Analogy, a special Mention needs to be made about the books:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dune_(novel)

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Dune is a science fiction novel written by Frank Herbert, published in 1965. It won the Hugo Award in 1966, and the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel.[1][2] Dune is frequently cited as the world's best-selling science fiction novel[3][4] and was the start of the Dune saga.
replace spice with philosopher stone or 6 3 9

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Synopsis

Setting
More than 20,000 years[10] in the future, the human race has scattered throughout the known universe and populated countless planetary systems, which are ruled by aristocratic royal houses who in turn answer to the Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV. Science and technology have evolved far beyond that of our own time. Because of an incident 10,000 years in the past known as the Butlerian Jihad, computers and artificial intelligence are prohibited. In the absence of these devices, humans with highly developed minds called Mentats perform the functions of computers.

Besides mentats, various organizations were born to fill the space that once was occupied by "thinking machines." Only two of these have survived: the Spacing Guild, which has specialized in areas like mathematics, and has monopolized space travel which has been made possible through their Navigators, and the powerful matriarchal order called the Bene Gesserit, whose main priority is to preserve and advance the human race. The source of all their skills depends on a valuable substance called melange, often referred to as "the spice," which is found only on the desert planet Arrakis. The spice gives those who ingest it extended life and some prescient awareness.

The CHOAM corporation is the major underpinning of the Imperial economy, with shares and directorships determining each House's income and financial leverage. The key to their power is the control of Arrakis. Melange is crucial to the Spacing Guild's Navigators, who depend on it to safely plot a course for the Guild's heighliner ships using prescience and "foldspace" technology, which allows instantaneous travel to anywhere in the universe.

The spice gives the secretive Bene Gesserit, often referred to as "witches," advanced mental and physical abilities in part developed through conditioning called prana-bindu training. A Bene Gesserit acolyte becomes a full Reverend Mother by undergoing a perilous ritual known as the spice agony, in which she ingests an otherwise lethal dose of an awareness spectrum narcotic ("The Water of Life"--the bile of a newborn sandworm (Snake like ) on Arrakis) and must render it harmless internally. Surviving the ordeal unlocks her Other Memory, the ego and memories of all her female ancestors. A Reverend Mother is warned to avoid the place in her consciousness that is occupied by the genetic memory of her male ancestors, referred to as "the place we cannot look." In light of this, the Bene Gesserit have a secret, millennia-old breeding program, the goal of which is to produce a male equivalent of a Bene Gesserit whom they call the Kwisatz Haderach. This individual would not only be able to survive the spice agony and access the masculine avenues of Other Memory, but is also expected to possess "organic mental powers (that can) bridge space and time."[11] The Bene Gesserit intend their Kwisatz Haderach to give them the ability to control the affairs of mankind more effectively. In the past, many male candidates have tried the sacred ritual to become the Kwisatz Haderach and have failed, dying horribly in the process.


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The planet Arrakis itself is completely covered in a desert ecosystem, hostile to most life. It is also [believed to be] sparsely settled by a human population of native Fremen (can also be interpreted as Freeman as in Amazigh = Berber ) tribes, ferocious fighters who ride the giant sandworms of the desert and whose tribal leaders are selected by defeating the former leader in combat. The Fremen also have complex rituals and systems focusing on the value and conservation of water on their arid planet; they conserve the water distilled from their dead, consider spitting an honorable greeting, and value tears as the greatest gift one can give to the dead. The novel suggests that the Fremen have adapted to the environment physiologically, with their blood able to clot almost instantly to prevent water loss.[12] The Fremen culture also revolves around the spice, which is found in the desert and harvested with great risk from attacking sandworms. As they have done on so many other planets they consider to be superstitious, Bene Gesserit missionary efforts have also implanted religion and prophecies on Arrakis, which have given the Fremen a belief in a male messiah, the Lisan al-Gaib (voice of the outer world). The religion is intended to serve as a refuge to be monopolised by any Bene Gesserit stranded on the plant. The Lisan al-Gaib is prophesied to one day come from off-world to transform Arrakis into a more hospitable world.

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don't you find it interesting that Frank Herbert makes use of Arabic / Aramaic Words ( Aramaic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ) in his Scifi Saga


Lisan al-Gaib (voice of the outer world) ......Jihad..... "Muad'Dib"....etc..


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Was browsing this website trying to learn a bit more on Leedskalnin

The Complete Writings of Edward Leedskalnin

the following image caught my attention:



which coincidently matches the following image from the book Shape Power The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna





he did mention he was waiting for Agnes to come join him....."mistakenly" I searched for the word Agnus (language of birds ) on wikipedia which gave as a result the following:

Lamb of God - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The title Lamb of God for Jesus appears only in the Gospel of John,
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Book of Revelation

Lamb bleeding into the Holy Chalice, carrying the vexillum.

The Book of Revelation includes over twenty references to a lion-like lamb ("slain but standing") which delivers victory in a manner reminiscent of the resurrected Christ.[4] In the first appearance of the lamb in Revelation (5:1-7) only the lamb (which is of the tribe of Judah, and the root of David) is found worthy to take the judgment scroll from God and break the seals.[4] The reference to the lamb in Revelation 5:6 relates it to the Seven Spirits of God which first appear in Revelation 1:4 and are associated with Jesus who holds them along with seven stars
or Seven Principles.....Seven Angels....etc....Fractal





also: Leedskalnin was Latvian

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamb_(liturgy)

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The Lamb (Greek: άμνος, amnos; Old Church Slavonic: Агнецъ, agnets)
FYI: a thread that might interest you: What did Tesla found in The Bible ?

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can't believe i did not see it....made the following post here The electric field of a magnet

from: Felix EHRENHAFT Magnetic Current

Felix Ehrenhaft: Magnetic Current --- 9 articles

the following image (which was previously used )...mentions the use of Acidulated Water as in the Double Mobius Caduceus Coil used in previous experiment, it also mentions wires short circuit poles







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from: Secret Teachings of All Ages: The Mysteries and Their Emissaries

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The Mysteries and Their Emissaries

DID that divine knowledge which constituted the supreme possession of the pagan priestcrafts survive the destruction of their temples? Is it yet accessible to mankind, or does it lie buried beneath the rubbish of ages, entombed within the very sanctuaries that were once illuminated by its splendor? "In Egypt," writes Origen, "the philosophers have a sublime and secret knowledge respecting the nature of God. What did Julian imply when he spoke of the secret initiations into the sacred Mysteries of the Seven-Rayed God who lifted souls to salvation through His own nature? Who were the blessed theurgists who understood them profundities concerning which Julian dared not speak? If this inner doctrine were always concealed from the masses, for whom a simpler code had been devised, is it not highly probable that the exponents of every aspect of modern civilization--philosophic, ethical, religious, and scientific-are ignorant of the true meaning of the very theories and tenets on which their beliefs are founded?


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From the unqualified testimony of such reputable authorities no reasonable doubt can exist that the initiates of Greece, Egypt, and other ancient countries possessed the correct solution to those great cultural, intellectual, moral, and social problems which in an unsolved state confront the humanity of the twentieth century. The reader must not interpret this statement to mean that antiquity had foreseen and analyzed every complexity of this generation, but rather that the Mysteries had evolved a method whereby the mind was so trained in the fundamental verities of life that it was able to cope intelligently with any emergency which might arise. Thus the reasoning faculties were organized by a simple process of mental culture, for it was asserted that where reason reigns supreme, inconsistency cannot exist. Wisdom, it was maintained, lifts man to the condition of Godhood, a fact which explains the enigmatical statement that the Mysteries transformed "roaring beasts into divinities."
One of the Greatest Reincarnation of Ishtar or one who got closest to embody Ishtar:

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Hypatia (ca. AD 350–370–March 415) ( /haɪˈpeɪʃə/ hy-pay-shə; Greek: Ὑπατία Hypatía) was a Greek Neoplatonist philosopher in Roman Egypt who was the first notable woman in mathematics.[1] As head of the Platonist school at Alexandria, she also taught philosophy and astronomy.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

As a Neoplatonist philosopher, she belonged to the mathematic tradition of the Academy of Athens, as represented by Eudoxus of Cnidus;[8] she was of the intellectual school of the 3rd century thinker Plotinus, which encouraged logic and mathematical study in place of empirical enquiry and strongly encouraged law in place of nature.[1]

Hypatia lived in Roman Egypt, and was murdered by a Christian mob which accused her of causing religious turmoil.[9] Kathleen Wilder proposes that the murder of Hypatia marked the end of Classical antiquity,[10][11
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The mathematician and philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria was the daughter of the mathematician Theon Alexandricus (ca. 335–405) and last librarian of the Library of Alexandria in the Museum of Alexandria.[14] She was educated at Athens and in Italy; at about AD 400, she became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria,[15][16][17] where she imparted the knowledge of Plato and Aristotle to any student; the pupils included pagans, Christians, and foreigners






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The contemporary Christian historiographer Socrates Scholasticus described her in Ecclesiastical History:

“ There was a woman at Alexandria named Hypatia, daughter of the philosopher Theon, who made such attainments in literature and science, as to far surpass all the philosophers of her own time. Having succeeded to the school of Plato and Plotinus, she explained the principles of philosophy to her auditors, many of whom came from a distance to receive her instructions. On account of the self-possession and ease of manner which she had acquired in consequence of the cultivation of her mind, she not infrequently appeared in public in the presence of the magistrates. Neither did she feel abashed in going to an assembly of men. For all men on account of her extraordinary dignity and virtue admired her the more.[1] ”
—Socrates Scholasticus, Ecclesiastical History

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THE COMTE DI CAGLIOSTRO

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The "divine" Cagliostro, one moment the idol of Paris, the next a lonely prisoner in a dungeon of the Inquisition, passed like a meteor across the face of France. According to his memoirs written by him during his confinement in the Bastille, Alessandro Cagliostro was born in Malta of a noble but unknown family. He was reared and educated in Arabia under the tutelage of Altotas, a man well versed in several branches of philosophy and science and also a master of the transcendental arts. While Cagliostro's biographers generally ridicule this account, they utterly fail to advance in its stead any logical solution for the source of his magnificent store of arcane knowledge.
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Sincere investigators of the facts surrounding the life and mysterious "death" of Cagliostro are of the opinion that the stories circulated against him may be traced to the machinations of the Inquisition, which in this manner sought to justify his persecution. The basic charge against Cagliostro was that he had attempted to found a Masonic lodge in Rome--nothing more. All other accusations are of subsequent date. For some reason undisclosed, the Pope commuted Cagliostro's sentence of death to perpetual imprisonment. This act in itself showed the regard in which Cagliostro was held even by his enemies. .
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While his death is believed to have occurred several years later in an Inquisitional dungeon in the castle of San Leo, it is highly improbable that such was the case
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After creating his Egyptian Rite, Cagliostro declared that since women had been admitted into the ancient Mysteries there was no reason why they should be excluded from the modem orders.

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from: Secret Teachings of All Ages: Conclusion

I highly recommend you read the whole text for it will shade some light on some of your interrogations

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Thus it is demonstrated that to capture a man it is not sufficient to enslave his body--it is necessary to enlist his reason; that to free a man it is not enough to strike the shackles from his limbs--his mind must be liberated from bondage to his own ignorance. Physical conquest must ever fail, for, generating hatred and dissension, it spurs the mind to the avenging of an outraged body; but all men are bound whether willingly or unwillingly to obey that intellect in which they recognize qualities and virtues superior to their own.
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Philosophy ( ie knowledge ...not the modern definition of philosophy )bestows life in that it reveals the dignity and purpose of living. Materiality bestows death in that it benumbs or clouds those faculties of the human soul which should be responsive to the enlivening impulses of creative thought and ennobling virtue


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Today man, a sublime creature with infinite capacity for self-improvement, in an effort to be true to false standards, turns from his birthright of understanding--without realizing the consequences--and plunges into the maelstrom of material illusion. The precious span of his earthly years he devotes to the pathetically futile effort to establish himself as an enduring power in a realm of unenduring things. Gradually the memory of his life as a spiritual being vanishes from his objective mind and he focuses all his partly awakened faculties upon the seething beehive of industry which he has come to consider the sole actuality. From the lofty heights of his Selfhood he slowly sinks into the gloomy depths of ephemerality. He falls to the level of the beast, and in brutish fashion mumbles the problems arising from his all too insufficient knowledge of the Divine Plan. Here in the lurid turmoil of a great industrial, political, commercial inferno, men writhe in self-inflicted agony and, reaching out into the swirling mists, strive to clutch and hold the grotesque phantoms of success and power.


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The great philosophic institutions of the past must rise again, for these alone can tend the veil which divides the world of causes from that of effects. Only the Mysteries--those sacred Colleges of Wisdom--can reveal to struggling humanity that greater and more glorious universe which is the true home of the spiritual being called man. Modern philosophy has failed in that it has come to regard thinking as simply an intellectual process.
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Measured by the infinities of time and space, what are the captains of industry or the lords of finance? If one of these plutocrats should rise until he ruled the earth itself, what would he be but a petty despot seated on a grain of Cosmic dust?
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If the Infinite had not desired man to become wise, He would not have bestowed upon him the faculty of knowing. If He had not intended man to become virtuous, He would not have sown within the human heart the seeds of virtue. If He had predestined man to be limited to his narrow physical life, He would not have equipped him with perceptions and sensibilities capable of grasping, in part at least, the immensity of the outer universe. The criers of philosophy call all men to a comradeship of the spirit: to a fraternity of thought: to a convocation of Selves. Philosophy invites man out of the vainness of selfishness; out of the sorrow of ignorance and the despair of worldliness; out of the travesty of ambition and the cruel clutches of greed; out of the red hell of hate and the cold tomb of dead idealism.
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In every man and woman these two spheres are connected by a gate which leads from the not-self and its concerns to the Self and its realizations. In the mystic this gate is the heart, and through spiritualization of his emotions he contacts that more elevated plane which, once felt and known, becomes the sum of the worth-while. In the philosopher, reason is the gate between the outer and the inner worlds, the illumined mind bridging the chasm between the corporeal and the incorporeal. Thus godhood is born within the one who sees, and from the concerns of men he rises to the concerns of gods( ie Celestial Intelligences ).


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Nevertheless, this little earth is bathed as of old in the sunlight of its Providential Generator. Wide-eyed babes still face the mysteries of physical existence. Men continue to laugh and cry, to love and hate; Some still dream of a nobler world, a fuller life, a more perfect realization. In both the heart and mind of man the gates which lead from mortality to immortality are still ajar. Virtue, love, and idealism ( 6 3 9 )are yet the regenerators of humanity. God continues to love and guide the destinies of His creation.
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The criers of the Mysteries speak again, bidding all men welcome to the House of Light.

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Numerology :: Knowledge Number 7




a very nice Presentation on the magik of the Number Seven

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The Number "SEVEN" - YouTube


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Elusive Planet Mercury Shines Bright in Evening Sky Next Week | How to See Planet Mercury & Mercury Skywatching Tips | Amateur Astronomy & Mercury Photos | Space.com

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The planet Mercury is often cited as the most difficult of the five brightest naked-eye planets to see. I've always thought this was a bad rap because there are some times during the year when Mercury is surprisingly easy to see.
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In the doc the following Name is Mentioned: Ouspensky

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The Fourth Way refers to a concept used by G.I. Gurdjieff to describe an approach to self-development learned over years of travel in the East [1] that combined what he saw as three established traditional "ways," or "schools" into a fourth way.[2] These three ways were of the body, mind and emotions. The term "The Fourth Way" was further developed by P.D. Ouspensky in his lectures and writings. Posthumously, Ouspensky's students published a book entitled Fourth Way, based on his lectures. The "Fourth Way" is sometimes referred to as "The Work," "Work on oneself," or "The System." [3]

According to this system, the chief difference between the three traditional schools, or ways, and the fourth way is that "they are permanent forms which have survived throughout history mostly unchanged, and are based on religion. Where schools of yogis, monks or fakirs exist, they are barely distinguishable from religious schools. The fourth way differs in that it is not a permanent way. It has no specific forms or institutions and comes and goes controlled by some particular laws of its own."
alchemical of sort...on Account of the many travels of Count St Germain


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Origins

In his autobiography, Gurdjieff credited certain people in Asia for many of his ideas, while he nevertheless did not divulge the origins of his system.


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There are some similarities between the Fourth Way teaching and other spiritual teachings.

The stop exercise is similar to the Uqufi Zamani exercise in Omar Ali-Shah's book on the Rules or Secrets of the Naqshbandi Sufi Order.[22]
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Well after the promulgation of Gurdjieff’s ideas throughout the 1920s and '30s
the 30's again

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Cosmic Laws

Gurdjieff focused on two main cosmic laws, the Law of Three and the Law of Seven[citation needed]. (remember St Augustine )

The Law of Seven ( as in Seven Principles ) is described by Gurdjieff as "the first fundamental cosmic law". This law is used to explain processes. The basic use of the law of seven is to explain why nothing in nature and in life constantly occurs in a straight line, that is to say that there are always ups and downs in life which occur lawfully. Examples of this can be noticed in athletic performances, where a high ranked athlete always has periodic downfalls, as well as in nearly all graphs that plot topics that occur over time, such as the economic graphs, population graphs, death-rate graphs and so on. All show parabolic periods that keep rising and falling. Gurdjieff claimed that since these periods occur lawfully based on the law of seven that it is possible to keep a process in a straight line if the necessary shocks were introduced at the right time. A piano keyboard is an example of the law of seven, as the seven notes of the major scale correspond exactly to it.
The Law of Three is described by Gurdjieff as "the second fundamental cosmic law". This law states that every whole phenomenon is composed of three separate sources, which are Active, Passive[disambiguation needed ] and Reconciling or Neutral (6 3 9 ). This law applies to everything in the universe and humanity, as well as all the structures and processes. The Three Centers in a human, which Gurdjieff said were the Intellectual Centre, the Emotional Centre and the Moving Centre, are an expression of the law of three. Gurdjieff taught his students to think of the law of three forces as essential to transforming the energy of the human being. The process of transformation requires the three actions of affirmation, denial and reconciliation.
How the Law of Seven and Law of Three function together is said to be illustrated on the Fourth Way Enneagram, a nine-pointed symbol which is the central glyph of Gurdjieff's system.


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Use of symbols
In his explanations Gurdjieff often used different symbols such as the Enneagram and the Ray of Creation. Gurdjieff said that "the enneagram is a universal symbol. All knowledge can be included in the enneagram and with the help of the enneagram it can be interpreted ... A man may be quite alone in the desert and he can trace the enneagram in the sand and in it read the eternal laws of the universe. And every time he can learn something new, something he did not know before."[27] The ray of creation is a diagram which represents the Earth's place in the Universe. The diagram has eight levels, each corresponding to Gurdjieff's laws of octaves.

Through the elaboration of the law of octaves and the meaning of the enneagram, Gurdjieff offered his students alternative means of conceptualizing the world and their place in it.


Recognize it from Rodin Math

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Origins

Ouspensky claimed in In Search of the Miraculous that the enneagram was part of the teachings originally presented by G.I. Gurdjieff in Russia during the First World War. Gurdjieff is quoted by Ouspensky as claiming that this form of enneagram was an ancient secret and was now being partly revealed for the first time.[1]

Although no earlier publication of the Fourth Way version of the enneagram can be cited, it has been proposed that it may derive from, or be cognate to, the Jewish Tree of Life (Kabbalah) as used in Renaissance Hermeticism (which used an enneagram of three interlocking triangles, also called a nonagram)[2] or a nine-pointed figure used by the Christian medieval philosopher Ramon Llull.[2]

Idries Shah, a populariser of Sufism, has claimed that the enneagram has a Sufi provenance and that it has also been long known in coded form disguised as an octagram.[3] Another claim to a Sufi provenance is offered by the Sufi Enneagram website.

Robin Amis claims an Orthodox Christian origin, claiming that both Gurdijeff and Ouspensky developed their teaching with insights gained from visits to Mount Athos.[4]

Another proposal suggests the diagram is a map of the chakras from yogic schools. [5]
a fractal construct has an 'efficient function', it has a fractal ergonomy to them, they function on multiple levels and in multiple dimensions:

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The Fourth Way enneagram is a figure published in 1947 in In Search of the Miraculous by P.D. Ouspensky, and an integral part of the so-called Fourth Way esoteric system associated with George Gurdjieff. The term "enneagram" derives from two Greek words, ennea (nine) and grammos (something written or drawn).

The enneagram is a nine-pointed figure usually inscribed within a circle. Within the circle is a triangle connecting points 9, 3 and 6. The inscribed figure resembling a web connects the other six points in a cyclic figure 1-4-2-8-5-7. This number is derived from or corresponds to the recurring decimal .142857 = 1/7. These six points together with the point numbered 9 are said to represent the main stages of any complete process, and can be related to the notes of a musical octave, 9 being equivalent to "Do" and 1 to "Re" etc. The points numbered 3 and 6 are said to represent "shock points" which affect the way a process develops. The internal lines between the points; that is, the three point figure and the six point figure, are said to show certain non-obvious connections, although here very little elucidation is offered.




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Enneagram representing the evolution of food with "self remembering" at point 6

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You can also replace / associate the 6 3 9 Triangle with the following design to have a more complete image




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Looks like Rodin got his start here.
looks like it he's done humanity a great favor....Thank you if you ever read this ....We are indebted to you


Principle of Mentalism

ps: You should watch the doc on the number 7...it is only 8 min long but you will learn quite a bit...on the fractal properties of 7

akcijak's Channel - YouTube 18.2.2012 - 2/4 - Alchemy & Magic

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The points numbered 3 and 6 are said to represent "shock points" which affect the way a process develops. The internal lines between the points; that is, the three point figure and the six point figure, are said to show certain non-obvious connections, although here very little elucidation is offered.
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the beauty of Fractal Constructs...when put together they will resonate to each other


the third figure above can be found here:



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I dedicate this to all of you fellow Alchemists of the Above and Below

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to be part of the exchanging flow.
Start a huge, foolish, project, like Noah.
It makes absolutely no difference what people think of you.

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a little update for better visualization



the above cover is taken from: Saint Germain's Dragon

SAINT GERMAIN & THE DRAGON
The Secret Triangle Book of the Dragon Lineage


another little mash up that shows some interesting patterns







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on our continuing discussion about Fulcanelli...and the Mystery of the Cathedrals...of Gothic Style

some of you maybe familiar with the Story of Rennes-le-Château

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Rennes-le-Château (Rènnas del Castèl in Occitan) is a commune in the Aude department in Languedoc in southern France.

This small French hilltop ( Mountain) village is known internationally, and receives tens of thousands of visitors per year, for being at the center of various conspiracy theories, and for being the location of an alleged buried treasure discovered by its 19th-century priest Bérenger Saunière, the precise nature of which is disputed by those who believe in its existence, because of the sheer diversity of conflicting theories.[1]
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The village church dedicated to Saint Mary Magdalene has an extremely complex history, having been rebuilt several times. The earliest church of which there is any evidence on the site may date to the 8th century.
possibly (imo ) ancient site of a temple of Venus

let us its geographic position:

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Mountains frame both ends of the region — the Cevennes to the northeast and the Pyrenees to the south. The area is known for beautiful scenery, with jagged ridges, deep river canyons and rocky limestone plateaus, with large caves underneath.
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Like many European villages, Rennes-le-Château has a complex history. It is the site of a prehistoric encampment, and later a Roman colony (or at least Roman villa or temple, such as is confirmed to have been built at Fa, 5 km (3.1 mi) west of Couiza); being part of the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis, the wealthiest part of Roman Gaul.

Rennes-le-Château was part of Septimania during the 6th and 7th centuries, during the trying period when the Visigoths had been defeated by the Frankish King Clovis I, and during the 19th century was popularly considered to be the center of the county of Razès.[2]

By 1050 the Counts of Toulouse held control over the area, involving a rapid increase of castles in the area, including the existence of a castle in Rennes-le-Château by around 1002,[3] though nothing remains above ground of this medieval structure – the present ruin is from the 17th or 18th century.[4]

Several castles situated in the surrounding region in the Languedoc (the parent of English )were central to the battle between the Catholic church and the Cathars at the beginning of the 13th century. Other castles guarded the volatile border with Spain. Whole communities were wiped out during the campaigns of the Catholic authorities to rid the area of the Cathar heretics during the Albigensian Crusades and again when Protestants fought for religious freedom against the French monarchy two centuries before the French Revolution.


ps: SEPTimania....the word Sept means Seven in French

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Septimania (French: Septimanie, IPA: [sɛptimani]; Occitan: Septimània, IPA: [septiˈmanjɔ]; Catalan: Septimània, IPA: [səptiˈmaniə]) was the western region of the Roman province of Gallia Narbonensis that passed under the control of the Visigoths in 462, when Septimania was ceded to their king, Theodoric II. Under the Visigoths it was known as simply Gallia or Narbonensis. It corresponded roughly with the modern French region of Languedoc-Roussillon. It passed briefly to the Emirate of Córdoba in the eighth century before its conquest by the Franks, who by the end of the ninth century termed it Gothia or the Gothic March (Marca Gothica).


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Septimania was a march of the Carolingian Empire and then West Francia down to the thirteenth century, though it was culturally and politically separate from northern France and the central royal government. The region was under the influence of the Toulousain, Provence, and Catalonia. It was part of the cultural and linguistic region named Occitania that was finally brought within the control of the French kings in the early 13th century as a result of the Albigensian Crusade after which it came under French governors. From the end of the thirteenth century it was known as Languedoc and its history is tied up with that of France.

The name "Septimania" may derive from part of the Roman name of the city of Béziers, Colonia Julia Septimanorum Beaterrae, which in turn alludes to the settlement of veterans of the Roman VII Legion in the city. Another possible derivation of the name is in reference to the seven cities (civitates) of the territory: Béziers, Elne, Agde, Narbonne, Lodève, Maguelonne, and Nîmes. Septimania extended to a line half-way between the Mediterranean and the Garonne River in the northwest; in the east the Rhône separated it from Provence; and to the south its boundary was formed by the Pyrenees.

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The Moors, under Al-Samh ibn Malik the governor-general of al-Andalus, sweeping up the Iberian peninsula, by 719 overran Septimania; al-Samh set up his capital from 720 at Narbonne, which the Moors called Arbuna, offering the still largely Arian inhabitants generous terms and quickly pacifying the other cities. Following the conquest, al-Andalus was divided into five administrative areas roughly corresponding to Andalusia, Galicia and Lusitania, Castile and Léon, Aragon and Catalonia, and Septimania.[22] With Narbonne secure, and equally important, its port, for the Arab mariners were masters now of the Western Mediterranean, he swiftly subdued the largely unresisting cities, still controlled by their Visigoth counts: taking Alet and Béziers, Agde, Lodève, Maguelonne and Nîmes. By 721 he was reinforced and ready to lay siege to Toulouse, a possession that would open up bordering Aquitaine to him on the same terms as Septimania. But his plans were overthrown in the disastrous Battle of Toulouse (721), with immense losses, in which al-Samh was so seriously wounded that he soon died at Narbonne. Arab forces soundly based in Narbonne and easily resupplied by sea, struck in the 720s, conquering Carcassonne on the north-western fringes of Septimania and penetrating eastwards as far as Autun (725). But in 731, the Berber wali of Narbonne and the region of Cerdagne, Uthman ibn Naissa, called "Munuza" by the Franks, who was recently linked by marriage to duke Eudes of Aquitaine (also called Odo the Great), revolted against Córdoba, and was defeated and killed. In October 732, an Arab force under Abdul Rahman Al Ghafiqi encountered Charles Martel between Tours and Poitiers, and was defeated. This "Battle of Tours" (also called the Battle of Poitiers) is celebrated in popular history and traditionally credited with stopping the Moorish advance in Europe.




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Let us travel back in history on the African Side ....Having linked Rennes Le Chateau with the Berber Empire : This is a Town I included in the comic book....(I have to say that a lot of the info within the comic story is weiirdly connected to this research and this was before i started on our Discussion ): two towns to remember

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The earliest mention of Aoudaghost is by al-Yaqubi in his Kitab al-Buldan completed in 889-890 in which he described the town as being controlled by a tribe of the Sanhaja and situated 50 stages south of Sijilmasa across the Sahara desert.[1] "It is the residence of their king who has no religion or law. He raids the land of the Sudan who have many kingdoms."[2] From Ibn Hawqal writing in around 977 we learn that the distance from Aoudaghost to Ghana (presumably the capital of the Empire) was 10 days' journey for a lightly loaded caravan.[3] Ibn Hawqal wrote that the "king of Awdaghurst maintains relations with the ruler of Ghana" which suggests that at that time Aoudaghost was not part of the Ghana Empire.[4] He also mentions the trade in gold and writes that the king of Ghana is very rich because of his stocks of gold but that the kings of Ghana and Kugha "stand in pressing need of [the goodwill of] the king of Awdaghust because of the salt which comes to them from the lands of Islam."[4]

The only detailed description that we have for the town is given by al-Bakri in his Book of Routes and Realms which was completed in 1068. Al-Bakri made use of earlier sources and it is likely that his description of Aoudaghost comes from the writings of Muhammad b. Yusuf al-Warraq (904-973) whose own account has not survived
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Then to Awdaghust which is a large town, populous and built on sandy ground, overlooked by a big mountain, completely barren and devoid of vegetation. ... there is one cathedral mosque and many smaller ones...Around the town are gardens with date palms. Wheat is grown there by digging with hoes, and it is watered with buckets...Excellent cucumbers grow there, and there are a few small fig trees and some vines, as well as plantations of henna which produce a large crop... [there are] wells with sweet water. Cattle and sheep are so numerous... Honey ... is abundant, brought from the land of the Sudan. The people of Awdaghust enjoy extensive benefits and huge wealth. The market there is at all times full of people... Their transactions are in gold, and they have no silver. Most of the inhabitants ... are natives of Ifriqiya [Tunisia]... but there are also a few people from other countries... [They own] slaves so numerous that one person from among them might possess a thousand servants or more


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Taghaza (also Teghaza) is an abandoned salt-mining centre located in a salt pan in the desert region of northern Mali. It was an important source of rock salt for West Africa up to the end of the 17th century when it was abandoned and replaced by Taoudenni. Salt from the mines formed an important part of the long distance trans-Saharan trade. Taghaza is located 857 km (533 mi) south of Sijilmasa (in Morocco), 787 km (489 mi) north-northwest of Timbuktu (in Mali) and 731 km (454 mi) north-northeast of Oualata (in Mauritania).


salt from an ancient ocean....full of ORMUS

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At the time he visited the city of Timbuktu, it was a thriving Islamic city famous for its learning. Timbuktu was to become a byword in Europe as the most inaccessible of cities, but at the time Leo visited, it was the center of a busy trade carried on by traders in African products, gold, printed cottons and slaves, and in Islamic books. Nothing is known of Leo's later life.

Leo is credited with proposing that the origin of the word "Africa" comes from Greek meaning "without cold or fear."


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In around 1510 Leo Africanus spent 3 days in Taghaza. In his Descrittione dell’Africa he mentions that the location of the mines, 20 days journey from a source of food, meant that there was a risk of starvation. At the time of Leo's visit, Oualata was no longer an important terminus for the trans-Saharan trade and salt was instead taken south to Timbuktu. Like Ibn Battuta before him, Leo complained about the brackish well water
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At Taghaza there are ruins of two different settlements, one on either side of the ancient salt lake (or sabkha). They are separated by a distance of 3 km.[18] The larger more westerly settlement covered an area of approximately 400 m by 200 m.[19] All the houses, except the mosque, were aligned in a northwest to southeast direction, perpendicular to the prevailing wind. The houses in the more easterly settlement were aligned in the same manner and occupied an area of 200 m by 180 m. The reason for the dual settlements is not known but could be connected with the fact that Taghaza served both as a salt mine and as a stopping point on an important trans-Saharan trade route

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The Principle of Polarity.

"Everything is Dual; everything has poles; everything has its pair of opposites; like and unlike are the same; opposites are identical in nature, but different in degree; extremes meet; all truths are but half-truths; all paradoxes may be reconciled." - The Kybalion



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Parole de Amssétou:
Au Mali j’ai retrouvé
Oh ma li, ma liberté
Au Mali j’ai retrouvé
Oh ma li, ma liberté

Même si je ne sais presque rien
Même si toi tu sais presque tout
Tu sais la vie, c’est trois fois rien
Trois fois rien, c’est déjà beaucoup


{Amssétou} (x2)

C’est ma vie qui veut ça
C’est ta vie qui veut ça
C’est ma vie qui veut ça
C’est ta vie qui veut ça


Amssétou
L’âme, c’est tout
{Amssétou} (x2)

Je suis pour toi crocodile blanc
C’est comme ça, on n’y peut rien
{C’est comme ça on n’y peut rien}
Depuis que je suis loin de toi
Je fais moins le malien

C’est ma vie qui veut ça
C’est ta vie qui veut ça
C’est ma vie qui veut ça
C’est ta vie qui veut ça

Amssétou
{Amssétou}
L’âme, c’est tout
{Amssétou}
Amssétou
{Amssétou}
L’âme, c’est tout
{Amssétou}

Au Mali j’ai retrouvé
Oh ma li, ma liberté
Au Mali j’ai retrouvé
Oh ma li, ma liberté
Oh ma li, ma liberté
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Word of Amssétou:
I found in Mali
Oh my li, my freedom
I found in Mali
Oh my li, my freedom

Although I know almost nothing
Even if you, you know almost everything
You know life is next to nothing
Next to nothing, that's a lot

Amssétou {} (x2)

This is my life that wants it
This is your life who wants it
This is my life that wants it
This is your life who wants it

Amssétou
The soul, that's all
Amssétou {} (x2)

I am for you white crocodile
That's how we can do nothing
{This is how we can do nothing}
Since I am far from you
I am the least of Mali

This is my life that wants it
This is your life who wants it
This is my life that wants it
This is your life who wants it

Amssétou
Amssétou {}
The soul, that's all
Amssétou {}
Amssétou
Amssétou {}
The soul, that's all
Amssétou {}

I found in Mali
Oh my li, my freedom
I found in Mali
Oh my li, my freedom
Oh my li, my freedom
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