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Another version / Perspective of Numerology .... a more Pythagorian approach

Earthshod: The Spiritual Meaning of Numbers

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Numbers are the language of our universe. As the stars dance above in accordance to pre-determined paths, so are all of our activities governed by math. Since the beginning of logical philosophy, this perfect order has been seen as evidence of supernatural design and humans have sought to comprehend the spiritual meaning of numbers. Today, Pythagorean numerology is widely used in both old and new contexts, though sometimes criticized due to it's history of secrecy and magic. However, numerology has spiritual roots in the interpretation of Hebrew writing and in numbers in the Bible.

Hilda Phoebe Hudson said that, "to all of us who hold the Christian belief that God is truth, anything that is true is a fact about God, and mathematics is a branch of theology." Many are familiar with the meaning of the number 666. The number of the beast has had Christians watching their lives for three sixes for millenia. However, the spiritual meaning of numbers has more to it than the devil! Some modern Christians choose to interpret double or triple integers that they notice repeat in their lives (on a clock or sign, etcetera) as "angel numbers" to be interpreted by using the Pythagorean technique of adding the digits to find the spiritual meaning of numbers.

The Meaning Of Numbers:

1.) The number one in Pythagorean numerology represents rugged individualism and aggressiveness for survival. The Cantonese believed that one meant a sure thing.
2.) Two is a blessed balance or a union of female and male in Pythagorean belief. The Chinese meaning might be more related to simplicity and ease.

3.) The number three is reflected in the Holy Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit and in the story of Christ rising after three days of death. It is representative of completeness.

4.) Four represents stability that can be build upon to initiate creation in Pythagorean numerology, however, the Chinese thought it unlucky and related to suffering before death.
5.) Five to Pythagorean numerologists represents the tireless action required in order to avoid instability. The Chinese felt that this was the number associated with the self and the individual.

6.) Through the Pythagorean system, the growth and temporary stability represented by the number six shows a point where one can pause to understand before moving on. The Chinese believed six to be easy and simple.

7.) In Hebrew, the word "seven" also means "full" and "complete." More negative in Chinese systems, the Pythagorean philosophy casts a shadow of mystery on seven to be puzzled out.
8.) To Pythagoras, eight represented having enough power and fulfillment to be able to sacrifice some before moving on, if necessesary. In several cultures, eight can represent prosperity and abundance.

9.) The spiritual meaning of numbers in many cultures recognizes nine as the most lucky digit, since it is only one less than ten. It is the moment of change and transition before the ultimate. The Chinese believed it to be related to the concept of eternity



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Let's dig a little deeper :

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a fractal construct has an 'efficient function', it has a fractal ergonomy to them, they function on multiple levels and in multiple dimensions:
Numbers and their Meanings - Crystalinks

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Three (3)

The third dimension - we do things in threes so they will manifest in our physical realm.

It's roots stem from the meaning of multiplicity. Creative power; growth. Three is a moving forward of energy, overcoming duality, expression, manifestation and synthesis. Three is the first number to which the meaning "all" was given. It is The Triad, being the number of the whole as it contains the beginning, a middle and an end.

The power of three is universal and is the tripartide nature of the world as heaven, earth, and waters. It is human as body, soul and spirit. Notice the distinction that soul and spirit are not the same. They are not. Three is birth, life, death. It is the beginning, middle and end. Three is a complete cycle unto itself. It is past, present, future.

The symbol of three is the triangle. Three interwoven circles or triangles can represent the indissoluble unity of the three persons of the trinity. Others symbols using three are: trident, fleur-de-lis, trefoil, trisula, thunderbolt, and trigrams.

The astral or emotional body stays connected to the physically body for three days after death. There is scientific evidence that the brain, even when all other systems are failing takes three days to register complete shutdown.

There are 3 phases to the moon. Lunar animals are often depcited as 3 legged.

Three is the heavenly number, representing soul, as four represents body. Together the two equal seven (3+4=7 ) and form the sacred hebdomad. The 3x4=12 representing the signs of the Zodiac and months of the year.

Pythagorean three means completion.

There are three wishes, genies have three wishes, three leprecons, three prince or princesses, three witches, three weird sisters among others.

Cultural References

Africa Ashanti: the moon goddess is three people, two black, and one white.

Arabian, Pre-Islamic: the Manant is a threefold goddess representing the 3 Holy Virgins, Al-Itab, Al-Uzza, and Al-Manat. They are depicted as aniconic stelae, stones or pillars, or as pillars surmounted by doves.

Buddhist: tradition the theme of 3 is represented by, The Tri-ratna, The Three Precious Jewels, and the Buddha, Dharma, Sangha.

Chinese: Sanctity; the auspicious number; the first odd, yang number....The moon toad, or bird, is three-legged.

Celtic: Bridgit is threefold; there are the Three Blessed Ladies and innumerable Triads, often a threefold aspect of the same divinity.

Christianity: Three represents the Trinity, the soul, the union of body and soul in human in the church. There were three gifts of the Magi to Christ as God-King-Sacrifice; three figures of transformation, temptations, denials by Peter (one of the 12 Apostles--- 12=3 (1+2=3). There were 3 crosses at Calvary, He died on The Hills, there were 3 days to the death process for Christ, and there were 3 appearances after his death. There were 3 Marys, and there are 3 qualities or theological virtutes being Faith, Hope, Love or more commonly known as Charity. The number 3 gives to the meaning the embracing Godhead - Father, Mother, Son/Daughter.

Egyptian: Hermetic tradition, Thoth is the Thrice Great, 'Trismegistus'. The Supreme Power.

The opening line of the Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean

Tablet 11


Three is the mystery, come from the great one,
Hear, and light on thee will dawn.
In the primeval dwell three unities,
Other than these none can exist.
These are the equilibrium, source of creation,
One God, One Truth, One Point of Freedom.
Three come forth from the three of the balance,
All Life, all Good, all Power.
Three are the qualities of God in his light-home
Infinite Power, Infinite Wisdom, Infinite Love.
Three are the circles (or states) of Existence:
The Circle of Light where dwells nothing but God,
and only God can traverse it,
The Circle of Chaos where all things by nature arise from Death,
The Circle of Awareness where all things spring from Life.
All things animate are of three states of existence,
Chaos or death, liberty in humanity, and felicity of Heaven.

There is an ancient wisdom that's says; 'Messages or events that come in three's are worth noticing. 'Whenever anything is mentioned three times it is a witness to us that these things are of utmost importance.

Three symbolizes manifestation into the physical. It is the triangle - pyramid shape in the vesica pisces -
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The creation process as described in the Vedas is unfolding, maintaining, and concluding as in birth, life and death. There are innumerable trinities and triads throughout myth and religious traditions, such as the triple goddess; maiden, mother, crone. One example in Greek mythology is Kore, Demeter, Hecate. The Christian trinity is Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Vedic trinities include Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva with their consorts Saraswati, Lakshmi and Kali to name just a few.
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Greco-Roman: Fate, the Moirai, who are three-in-one as Moira; Hecate is three-fold; the Erinyes are three-in-one as Erinys, as are the Gorgons as Medusa. There are three charities, graces. There are 3 sirens, Horae, Hesperides, Graiai. Cerberus is a triple-headed and Scylla has a 3 ***** tail. The Chimera has a three part body. Three, four and their sum, seven are sacred to Aphrodite/Venus as queen of the three worlds and four elements. Orphic symbols has the triad of Being, Life, Intelligence.

Hebrew three is symbolized by Limitless Light; sanctifying intelligence. In the Kaballah three represents understanding and the trinity of male, female and uniting intelligence.

Hindu: The Trimurti, the triple power of creation, destruction, preservation, of unfolding, maintaining and concluding. There are various trinities of gods. The moon chariot has three wheels.

Japanese: The Three Treasures are, Mirror, Sword and Jewel--that being Truth, Courage and Compassion.

Maori: the Great Spirit, the Divine Creator, is a trinity of sun, moon earth, the god of nature, of past, present, and future. It is mind, character, physique symbolized by three raised fingers.

Mexican: the Trinity is represented by three crosses, one large, two smaller.

Scandinavia: Fate as the Three Norns, Mani, Nyi and Nithi, who denote the full, new, and waning moon.

Teutonic mythology: the moon is Fate, and Holda, the lunar goddess, is trine with her two daughters. Thor is sometimes depicted with three heads and the triskele is a symbol of Odin/Woden. Three is the number of good fortune. In Carthage, the Great Goddess, as lunar, is represented by three aniconic pillars.

Slavic:
The moon god is triple-headed.

Taoist: The Great Triad is Heaven-Man (Human)-Earth. Three is the strong number in Taoist symbolism because it is the center point of equilibrium.

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Numbers and their Meanings - Crystalinks

Six (6)

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Six represents equilibrium; harmony - balance. It is the perfect number within the decad: 1+2+3=6. It is the most productive of all numbers.

It symbolizes union of polarity, the hermaphrodite being represented by the two interlaced triangles, the upward- pointing as male, fire and the heavens, and the downward-pointing as female, the waters and the earth.

Six is the symbol of luck; love; health; beauty; chance. It is a winning number at the throw of the dice in the West.

There are six rays of the solar wheel and there are six interlaced triangles. There are six pointed stars or Seal of Solomon - and Star of David - Merkabah
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Chinese: Six represents Universe, with its four cardinal points and the Above and Below - making it a total of six directions. Chinese culture there are six senses: tastse, touch, smell, sight, hearing, the sixth being mind. The day and night each have six periods.

Christian: Six is perfection; completion because man was created on the sixth day. Six is man's number The most obvious use of this number is in the notorious passage containing 666.

(Rev 13:18 NIV) This calls for wisdom. If anyone has insight, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is man's number. His number is 666 ( = 18 = HM 9 ).

Hebrew: There are six days of creation. It symbolizes meditation and intelligence.

Kabbalism: Six is creation, and beauty.

Pythagorean: Luck

Sumerian: Six days of creation
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Nine (9)

Nine is composed of the all-powerful 3x3.

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It is the Triple Triad - Completion; fulfillment; attainment; beginning and the end; the whole number; a celestial and angelic number - the Earthly Paradise.

It is the number of the circumference, its division into 90 degrees and into 360 for the entire circumference.

Nine is symbolized by the two triangles which are a symbol of male, fire, mountain and female, water, cave principles.
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Buddhist tradition holds nine to be the supreme spiritual power, and a celestial number.

Celtic legend symbolizes nine as a highly significant number. It is a central number with the eight directions with the center making nine. The Triple Goddesses are thrice three. There are nine Celtic maidens and nine white stones that symbolize the nine virgins attendant on Bridgit. Nine is connected with the Beltane Fire rites which are attended by 81( 8+ 1= 9) men, nine at a time.

Chinese: Nine is qa celestial power. It is 3x3 being the most auspicious of all the numbers. Nine also signifies the eight directions with the center as the ninth point known as the Hall of Light. There are nine great social laws and classes of officials. In land divisions for Feng Shui there are eight exterior squares for cultivation of the land by holders and the central, and ninth, square is a "god's acre", dedicated to Shang-ti, the supreme ruler. It is also known as the Emperor's Field, giving homage and respect denoting the position of heavenly power.

Christian: Nine is one of the numbers that appears scantly in Christian symbolism. There are the triple triads of choirs of angels and nine spheres and nine rings around hell.

Egyptian mythology nine represents The Ennead.

Graeco-Roman: There are nine Gods and later nine muses.

Hebrew: Nine is pure intelligence ( eight was perfect intellingence ). Also represents truth, since it reproduces itself when multiplied.

Kabbalism nine symbolizes foundation.

Hindu: Nine is the number of Agni, fire. The square of the nine forms the mandala of eighty-one squares and leads to, and encloses the Universe.

Mayan:
There are nine underworlds each ruled by a God. We find this reference to "nine underworlds" present in many cultures and beliefs.

Pythagorean: The nine is the limit of all numbers, all others existing and coming from the same. ie: 0 to 9 is all one needs to make up an infinite amount of numbers.

Scandinavian: Odin/Woden hung for nine days and nights on the Yggdrasil to win the secrets of wisdom for humankind. Skeldi, the northern Persephone, the goddess of snow, lives in her mountain for three months and by Niord's sea for nine months. Nine is the sacred number in Scandinavian-Teutonic symbolism.
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Eight (8)

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Spiritually eight is the goal of the initiate, having gone through the seven stages. Eight is Infinity - Paradise regained.

Eight is solidarity as the first cube and it denotes perfection by virtue of it's six surfaces. There are eight winds and intermediate directions of space. Eight represents the pairs of opposites. The octagon is the beginning of the transformation of the square into a circle and vice versa.
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Eight in many cultures and ideologies seems to have similar meanings: Felicity ( see also : The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna )
Perfect rhythm
Regeneration
Resurrection


In some myths the eighth day created the new "man" of grace. After seven days of fasting and penance the eighth day becomes plenty and renewal. 7+1 is the number of the octave which is a continual theme in all esoteric belief systems. The knowledge of frequency and sound are a vital key in the ancient "mystery schools".

Buddhist tradition: eight is completion, all possibilities. There are eight symbols of good augury.

Chinese system of belief eight represents the whole. It is all possibilities in manifestation. Eight is seen as a good luck number. The PAKUA is the design depicting the eight trigrams and pairs of opposites, usually in a circle, the circumference of which symbolizes time and space. There are eight delights of human existence.

Christian: Eight is regeneration and rebirth. The font is usually octagonal as symbolizing the place of regeneration. There are eight beatitudes.

Egyptian: Eight is the number of Thoth.

Hebrew: Eight is perfect intelligence; splendor. The digit value of "IHVH" is the "Number of the Lord". The Temple was sanctified in eight days.

Hermetic: In their system there is one chief God, (eight minor gods) Thoth/Hermes was the inventor of numbers and geometry.

Hindu: 8x8 symbolism is the order of the celestial world established on earth. Temples are built on the pattern of the MANDALA, which is the 8x8 symbol. In their belief system there are eight regions of the world, suns, divisions of the day, and eight chakras.

Islamic: The throne which encompasses the world is supported by eight angels, corresponding to both the eight divisions of space and the groups of letters in the Arabic alphabet.

Japanese: Eight is the "many". There are eight Gods in the heavens.

Platonic: Plato has eight spheres of different colors surrounding the luminous pillars of the heavens.

Pythagorean: Eight is solidarity and stability.

Sumero-Semitic: Eight is the magic number of Nebo.

Taoist: Eight to be All possibilities in manifestation with the Pa Kua representing the forces in the phenomenal world. There are eight Taoist genii or immortals.
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Thirteen (13)

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13 = (1+3) = 4 = closure of our reality program or the evolution of consciousness back into light.

4 also references the number 40, given significance throughout history. Year 40 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar.

13 is a Fibonacci Number (F7).

13 is the 6th prime number. 6 is sometimes considered an unlucky number due to its association with 666 (18=9=closure).

13 is the second Star Number.

There are 13 circles in Metatron's Cube.




13 is the atomic number of aluminium . In chemistry and physics, the atomic number (also known as the proton number) is the number of protons found in the nucleus of an atom. It is traditionally represented by the symbol Z. The atomic number uniquely identifies a chemical element. In an atom of neutral charge, atomic number is equal to the number of electrons. The atomic number is closely related to the mass number, which is the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom.
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There are 13 circles in Metatron's Cube.




13 is the atomic number of aluminium . In chemistry and physics, the atomic number (also known as the proton number) is the number of protons found in the nucleus of an atom. It is traditionally represented by the symbol Z. The atomic number uniquely identifies a chemical element. In an atom of neutral charge, atomic number is equal to the number of electrons. The atomic number is closely related to the mass number, which is the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom.
from : The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

Did you know Aluminum is a product of "Modern Times" and was used for the Pyramid of the Washington Monument




Modern Marvels S13E23 Aluminum - YouTube

Modern Marvels S13E30 Batteries - YouTube

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"Aluminum?" cried his three colleagues in chorus.

"Unquestionably, my friends. This valuable metal possesses the
whiteness of silver, the indestructibility of gold, the tenacity
of iron, the fusibility of copper, the lightness of glass. It is
easily wrought, is very widely distributed, forming the base of
most of the rocks, is three times lighter than iron, and seems to
have been created for the express purpose of furnishing us with
the material for our projectile."

Jules Verne From the Earth to the Moon


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and all the other infos from physorg on aluminium
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Liber Mysteriorum Sextus et Sanctus, 1583; THE ANGELIC TABLES; revealed to John Dee and Edward Kelley; Sloane MS. 3189;

Liber Mysteriorum, Sextus et Sanctus

Liber 8us


Leaf 6a Sancgonfal aldex, Ave goh adatqvan,
Leaf 6b pvrcha ges maxgem adroth vaxox ahó




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Leaf 6a

Sancgonfal = 39
aldex = 18
Ave = 12
goh = 15
adatqvan = 23


39 + 18 + 12 + 15 + 23 = 107

Leaf 6b

pvrcha = 25
ges = 11
maxgem = 22
adroth = 14
vaxox = 24
ahó = 13


25 + 11 + 22 + 14 + 24 + 13 = 109

107+109 = 216 ( or 36 = 9 )




let's try another

Leaf 9a pagesgem
Leaf 9b Avallacax


pagesgem = 32
Avallacax = 24


32 +24 = 56 ( or 5 / 6 )
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one added info : Double Digits, Triple Digits, Master Numbers - Crystalinks

22

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In numerology 22 is often called the Master Builder or Spiritual Master in Form. This 'master number' includes all the attributes of the number 2, twice over, and also those of the 4. People who are 22s are said to find themselves feeling as if they live in two worlds, one which is overwhelmed by the mundane, and the other by the fantastic. In the divinatory Tarot, there are 22 major arcana cards. These cards are numbered 0-21, so it is a matter of interpretation whether The Fool or The World is card number 22. The latter card is almost always associated with hard workers, a red-gold color, and a rose-gold gemstone. Interestingly, the digital root of the 22 is the 4, which is the number of hard work.

Twenty-two is a higher octave of four. It contains the secrets to many esoteric questions, as evidenced by the fact that there are twenty two letters in the Hebrew alphabet, twenty two pathways in many versions of the Kabbalah, and twenty two cards in the Major Arcana. Twenty two carries with it psychic gifts such as heightened sensitivity, intuition and psychic awareness, but is also predisposed to pitfalls such as treachery from hidden enemies and over sensitivity.

22 represents practical idealism - practical genius, creator of the future, power on all levels, master of the material, philanthropy, universality, international direction, and service to mankind.

In religion:
There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet
There are 22 chapters of the Revelation of John Bible
In the Kabbalah, there are 22 paths between the Sephiroth

In mathematics

Twenty-two is a composite number, its proper divisors being 1, 2 and 11. 22 is the sixth discrete bi-prime and the fourth in the (2.q) family. With 21 it forms the second discrete bi-prime pair. 22 has an aliquot sum of 14 and is the fifth composite number found in the 7-aliquot tree. It has a 7- member aliquot sequence 22,14,10,8,7,1,0 of which the next two members are themselves discrete biprimes, 22 is the first discrete biprime exhibiting this property. 169 also has 14 as its aliquot sum. 22 is itself the aliquot sum of two numbers 20,38.
Twenty-two is a pentagonal number and a centered heptagonal number.
When cutting a circle with just six line segments, the maximum number of pieces that can be so created is 22, thus 22 is a central polygonal number .
The sum of the totient function for the first eight integers is 22.
22 is a Perrin number, preceded in the sequence by 10, 12, 17.
It is a Smith number in base 10.
22 divided by 7 approximates the number ¹, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

In astronomy - Messier object M22, a magnitude 6.5 globular cluster in the constellation Sagittarius
22=2+2=4=Time.





also a great read for those still trying to grasp with the essence of this discussion, the following might clarify a few concepts / Truth :

beforeitsnews Mastering The Secret Brain Part 1

Mastering The Secret Brain Part 2

Mastering The Secret Brain Part 3



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According to the ancients one acquires spiritual wisdom through initiation. Wisdom is different from knowledge.Wisdom is a living experiential thing. Knowledge is static and etched in stone. Aldous Huxley touches on this subject in his paper "The Doors of Perception".

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Doors_of_Perception


Introduction into esoteric practices requires gradual process of refinement of organic body, emotions, subconscious and subtle body mediums through removing dross from rarefied sheaths. An entire lifetime can be spent doing this. Generally disciplined service to humanity once initiated is required to ground out ego which, if not put in check can create delusional episodes associated with the grandiose.
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It is when the eye of the soul is opened and the sight is keen that the Sufi can read the divine law in the manuscript of nature; and they derived that which the teachers of humanity have taught to their followers from the same source. They expressed what little it is possible to express in words, and so they preserved the inner truth when they themselves were no longer there to reveal it.
you can call him Sufi...mystic....saint..Genius...enlightened .etc....remember fractal

and From The Codex of Love: The Brain is an Advanced Fractal Antenna

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The laws of men are bound by the rocks of their churches, and
chains of their minds. The laws of women are held by the knots of
their hearts, and the bonds of their fears and desires. The laws of the
stars bind the angels and the spirits of peace. The fi res of faith hold
the shades and shadows at bay. All is bound by a word and a sigh.
The word is ‘ I’ and the sigh is ‘Am’ . The breath became the Word,
and stood by the I. The I expanded the Am, and became the Lord
and Lady of time. The Word contemplated its meaning, and formed
the Scale and the Law. The Breath chanted the Word, and the Light became the ink of its pen. All belong to the I before the Am. Pay heed,
for nothing in the world is greater than its sigh. Do you not sigh, O
lover, for your beloved? The Am sighs for the I. Love is the chain of
law, and hate is the elixir of death. Sing to the I Am, and let the wine
of ecstasy be your rapture.
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I am bewildered by the magnificence of your beauty,
and wish to see you with a hundred eyes....
I am in the house of mercy,
and my heart is a place of prayer.

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the word eye itself has an interesting geometry .... and sounds like I





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stereophonics - dakota - YouTube

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Dakota lyrics
Songwriters: Jones, Kelly;

Thinking back, thinking of you
Summertime, think it was June
Yeah, think it was June

Laying back, head on the grass
Chewing gum, having some laughs
Yeah, having some laughs

You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one
You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one

Drinking back, drinking for two
Drinking with you
When drinking was new

Sleeping in the back of my car
We never went far
Didn't need to go far

You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one
You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one
[ From: DAKOTA Lyrics - STEREOPHONICS ]

I don't know where we are going now
I don't know where we are going now


Wake up call, coffee and juice
Remembering you
What happened to you

I wonder if we'll meet again
Talking about life since then
Talk about why did it end

You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one
You made me feel like the one
You made me feel like the one, the one

I don't know where we are going now
I don't know where we are going now

So take a look at me now
So take a look at me now
So take a look at me now
So take a look at me now
So take a look at me now

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Change is like The Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden section ; (1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ..)

it starts with 1 person...then 2.....3......5.....8.....13.....etc

it always starts with one...meaning it always starts with your inner self first (your first number 1 in The Fibonacci series )...then to your outer self (the second one )

(1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ..)




I would like to expand on that for a bit :

As was written previously:

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it always starts with one...meaning it always starts with your inner self first (your first number 1 in The Fibonacci series )...then to your outer self (the second one )
[B]once 1 (your inner self) = 1 (your outer self )

you move to 2

2 is your partner and 2 (your partner ) = 1 (your inner self ) + 1 (your outer self ) and thus becomes 1 (your equal )

then you move to 3

3 is your children(or close circle ) and 3 = 1 (your partner) + 1 (your inner self ) + 1 (your outer self ) and it becomes 2 (takes two to procreate )

then you move to 5

5 etc .....

you see how you affect / are affected by the world around you when there is incoherence



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These little black clouds
Keep walking around with me, with me

It wastes time and I'd rather be high
Think I'll walk me outside and buy a rainbow smile
But be free, they're all free

So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home
So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home


I look around at a beautiful life
I've been the upper side of down, been the inside of out
But we breathe, we breathe

I wanna breeze and an open mind
I wanna swim in the ocean
Wanna take my time for me, all me

So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home
So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home

So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home
So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home

So maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home
Maybe tomorrow, I'll find my way home


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Stereo Alchemy - God of Love - YouTube

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I long to talk with some old lover's ghost
Who died before the god of love was born
I cannot think that he, who then loved most
Sunk so low as to love one which did scorn
But since this god produced a destiny
And that vice-nature, custom, let it be
I must love her that loves not me

But every god of love will now extend
His vast prerogative as far above
To reach, to lust, to fight, to defend
The territory of this god of love
O! were we waken'd by this tyranny
Ungod this child again it would not be
I should love her, who loves not me

I long to talk I long to feel love
I sank so low to love her scorn
To reach, to lust, to fight to defend
To die before this god was born
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Codex of Love

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45 A ship on an ocean, traveling the sea and the waves, seeks to
bring to safety the fruits and the treasures that it carries. Each of you is
a ship. If you lose your cargo your journey will be for naught. In each
of you is a dream. That dream must reach the shore. Treasure your
dreams, and do not fear the waves of the ocean
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STRANGE MAGIC
You're sailing softly through the sun
in a broken stone age dawn.
You fly so high.
I get a strange magic,
oh, what a strange magic,
oh, it's a strange magic.
Got a strange magic,
got a strange magic.
You're walking meadows in my mind,
making waves across my time,
oh no, oh no.
I get a strange magic,
oh, what a strange magic,
oh, it's a strange magic.
Got a strange magic,
got a strange magic.
Oh, I'm never gonna be the same again,
now I've seen the way it's got to end,
sweet dream, sweet dream.
Strange magic,
oh, what a strange magic,
oh, it's a strange magic.

Got a strange magic,
got a strange magic.
It's magic, it's magic, it's magic.
Strange magic,
oh, what a strange magic,
oh, it's a strange magic.
Got a strange magic.
Strange magic STRANGE MAGIC
oh, what a strange magic STRANGE MAGIC
oh, it's a strange magic.
Got a strange magic.
Strange magic STRANGE MAGIC
oh, what a strange magic STRANGE MAGIC
oh, it's a strange magic.
Got a strange magic,
got a strange magic,
you know I got a strange magic,
yeah, I got a strange magic,
oo-o-o-oo, strange magic. (fade)
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111 Wise Sayings of Hazrat Ali

Hazrat Ali was the son-in-law of the Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) a community leader, warrior and venerated amongst the Sufi mystics. I found this and thought I might do a 3 6 9…
He is one of my spiritual/mystical heros


1. Fear ALLAH and you will have no cause to fear any one.

2. Resignation to the Will of ALLAH is the cure of the disease of the heart.

3. The word of ALLAH is the medicine of the heart.

4. Lead such a life, that, when you die, the people may mourn you, and while you are alive they long for your company.

5. The days of life pass away like clouds, so do good while you are alive.

6. Of all the follies the greatest is to love the world.

7. Opportunity is swift of flight but slow to return.

8. Pride, cowardice, and miserliness are bad for me but good for women.

9. The most happy is he to whom God has given a good wife.

10. He who knows himself knows God.

11. Do not soil your conscience for anything but heaven

12. The disease of the heart is worse than the disease of the body.


13. To fight against one’s desires is the greatest of all fights.

14. The strongest amongst you is he who subdues his self.

15. Wealth and greed are the roots of all evils.

16. Riches without faith are the greatest poverty.


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17. A man’s worth depends upon the nobility of his aspirations.

18. Knowledge enlivens the soul.

19. The learned lives, although he dies.

20. The sum total of excellence is knowledge.

21. To respect the learned is to respect God.

22. Generosity hides shortcomings.

23. The wealth of a miser is as useless as a pebble.

24. Desire is one’s most inveterate enemy.

25. Those who walk on the surface of the earth shall one day be interred in it.

26. Every breath of man brings him nearer to death.

27. People are asleep as long as they are alive, they are awakened when they die.

28. Patience is the fruit of faith.

29. Virtue never dies.

30. A man’s glory from his virtue is greater than the glory of his pedigree.

31. No shelter is safer than piety.

32. A man’s behavior is the index of his mind.

33. Courtesy costs nothing but buys everything.

34. Clemency graces power.

35. Jealousy devours virtue as fire devours fuel

36. He that lends a listening ear to reproach is one of those that deserve reproach.

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6. Of all the follies the greatest is to love the world.
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continued....
Excellent ... Good to Read you S ..... keep them coming

Let the Strange Magic ..... Flow
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37. Forgiveness is she crown of greatness.

38. Carnal appetites are nets spread by the devil.

39. Every arrow does not hit the mark, nor every prayer granted.

40. Ostentatiousness spoils prayers.

41. Fear none but your sins.

42. He who praises you murders you.

43. A man who praises himself displays his deficiency of intellect.

44. Honor your parents and your sons will honor you.

45. A man is hid under his tongue.

46. The tongue of a wise man lies behind his heart.

47. The tongue pierces deeper than the spear.

48. He who purifies his heart from doubt is a believer.

49. The opinion of a wise man is an oracle.

50. To seek counsel is to go to the fountain of guidance.

51. Association with a fool is tyrannical to the soul.

52. God hastens the fall of tyrants.

53. Tyranny leads to moral cowardice.

54. A tyrant’s success is his moral defeat.

55. It is better to die than to beg.

56. When a man begs he loses his faith.

57. Hajj is the Jihad of every believer in faith.

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58. A wise enemy is better than a foolish friend.

59. Silence is the best reply to a fool.

60. The best speech is one that is short and reasonable.

61. Speech is like a medicine, a small dose of which cures but an excess of which kills.

62. He that has no courage has no religion.

63. His grief is long whose hope is short.

64. The right of freedom of speech consists in speaking the truth.

65. Repentance washes away sins.

66. Folly is an incurable disease.

67. To assist the wrong is to oppress the right.

68. Sinning is a disease, repentance is its medicine, and abstinence from it a sure cure.

69. Sorrow makes a man old before his time.

70. Pride impedes progress and mars greatness.

71. To forgive is the crown of greatness.

72. He who understands humanity seeks solitude.

73. Right is the best argument.

74. Misrepresentation spoils narration.

75. As a man’s wisdom increases, so his desire to speak decreases.

76. He who seeks to do justice with men, let him desire for them what he desires for himself.
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77. The greatest sin is the sin that the sinner considers to be ordinary.

78. Contentment is the asset which is never exhausted.

79. Governments are a trial for men.

80. He who fights against the truth, the truth will defeat him.

81. Finding fault in others is one’s greatest fault.

82. Haste is a species of madness.

83. Greed is perpetual enslavement.

84. He who does not know his own worth is doomed to destruction.

85. The best investment is one with which duties are performed.

86. Anger is a fire kindled, he who restrains anger extinguishes the fire; he who gives vent to it is the first to be consumed by such fire.

87. Jihad is the highway of prosperity.

88. None is more solitary than a miser.

89. Knowledge is the ornament of the rich, and the riches of the poor.

90. Knowledge is the sum total of excellence.

91. He who teaches you a letter binds you with a fetter of gratitude.

92. As long as we do not hope, we do not fret.

93. He who indulges in jokes and loose fall, loses a part of his wisdom.

94. Truth is bitter, but its result is sweet; falsehood appears to be sweet but it is poisonous in its effect.
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89. Knowledge is the ornament of the rich, and the riches of the poor.
Indeed

a Full Fledge Fractal Antenna ..... Sensitive to all that surrounds it .... but also an exercise of Adaptation
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95. Miserliness is the root of many evils.

96. Knowledge and practice are twins, and both go together. There is no knowledge without practice, and no practice without knowledge.

97. He who dissembles plays with his honor.

98. When God wants to humiliate a person He deprives him of knowledge.

99. When your power increases, decrease your desires accordingly.

100. He who listens to a backbiter loses a friend.

101. It is no justice to decide a case on mere conjecture.

102. He who does not know his own worth is deemed to ignominy.

103. He who practices thrift would never be in want.

104. He who does not know should not be ashamed to learn.

105. Patience is to faith, what head is to the body. When patience goes, faith goes, when head goes, the body goes.

106. The grace of God is the best guide.

107. A good disposition is the best companion.

108. Wisdom is the best friend.

109. Good breeding is the best inheritance.

110. There is nothing more hateful than pride.

111. Be among men like bee among birds.


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96. Knowledge and practice are twins, and both go together. There is no knowledge without practice, and no practice without knowledge.


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Sydera ..... great info .... thank you
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Sydera ..... great info .... thank you

Hey, it's a pleasure to share, just increasing the energy waves we all need
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a simple exercise of curiosity for you to start with :

if you have a stuff in your pocket / bag / table ... pull them out and ask yourself this .... what do you know about what is in your hand .... its origins .... creation .... why / how / when .... .... and if you can't answer that .... then learn about it ....those futile things in your pocket

and remember .... nothing is at random in the Grand Scheme of Life

99. When your power increases, decrease your desires accordingly.

you know ever since i tasted the sweet nectar of knowledge and discovery .... material object took on a different hue .... they are just tools to acquire more knowledge and experience ..... until you move on to the next stage were you won't need more

Nature will do the rest .... if you are reading this .... then you know she already has

the above statement is just an observation
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Is your leaf left-handed? Previously overlooked asymmetry in Arabidopsis and tomato leaves

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Research published in the Plant Cell shows that the spiral pattern of leaf formation from the point of growth affects the developing leaf's exposure to the plant hormone auxin; This exposure leads to measurable left-right asymmetry in leaf development, in species previously assumed to have symmetric leaves.


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The front of a leaf is different from the back of a leaf and the tip is different from the base. However, a leaf from a tomato or an Arabidopsis plant superficially appears to be bilaterally symmetrical, or the same on the left and right sides. Don't let its appearance fool you; there is an underlying asymmetry between the left and right sides of such leaves—it just took a while for scientists to discover it. The story begins with the mechanism by which leaves form along a stem. In broad-leafed plants, dicots, leaves form from the meristem, an actively dividing tissue at the top of the plant, so that as you look down the stem, the oldest leaves are at the bottom. Leaves don't just become arranged by random chance either—phyllotaxis, the arrangement of leaves or flowers along a stem, affects key plant characteristics, such as how much light can filter through to lower leaves. Leaves can form opposite each other, or in alternation, or in whorls; often leaves form in spirals where the next leaf is offset by roughly 137 degrees, known as the "golden angle", which is related to the Fibonacci sequence.



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HAZRAT ALI and NUMBERS

One day a person came to Ali (a.s.), thinking that since Ali thinks he is too smart, I'll ask him such a tough question that he won't be able to answer it and I'll have the chance to embarrass him in front of all the Arabs. He asked 'Ali (a.s.), tell me a number, that if we divide it by any number from 1-10 the answer will always come in the form of a whole number and not as a fraction.' Hazrat Ali (a.s.) Looked back at him and said, 'Take the number of days in a year and multiply it with the number of days in a week and you will have your answer.'

The person got astonished but as he was a Mushrik he still didn't believe Ali (a.s.). He calculated the answer Ali (a.s.) gave him. To his amazement he came across the following results:

The number of Days in a Year = 360 (in Arabic Calendar)
The Number of Days in a Week = 7
The product of the two numbers = 2520
2520 divide by 1 = 2520
2520 divide by 2 = 1260
2520 divide by 3 = 840
2520 divide by 4 = 630
2520 divide by 5 = 504
2520 divide by 6 = 420
2520 divide by 7 = 360
2520 divide by 8 = 315
2520 divide by 9 = 280
2520 divide by 10= 252
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The number of Days in a Year = 360 (in Arabic Calendar)
The Number of Days in a Week = 7
The product of the two numbers = 2520

2520 divide by 1 = 2520 =54 = HM 9
2520 divide by 2 = 1260 = 36 = HM 9

2520 divide by 3 = 840 = 12= HM 3

2520 divide by 4 = 630 = 63 = HM 9
2520 divide by 5 = 504 = 54 = HM 9

2520 divide by 6 = 420 = 42 = HM 6

2520 divide by 7 = 360 = 36 = HM 9
2520 divide by 8 = 315 = 45 = HM 9

2520 divide by 9 = 280 = 28 = HM 1

2520 divide by 10= 252 = 45 = HM 9




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The name California is most commonly believed to have derived from a fictional paradise peopled by Black Amazons and ruled by Queen Calafia.[15][16] The story of Calafia is recorded in a 1510 work The Adventures of Esplandián, written as a sequel to Amadis de Gaula by Spanish adventure writer Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo.[17][18][19] The kingdom of Queen Calafia, according to Montalvo, was said to be a remote land inhabited by griffins and other strange beasts, and rich in gold.
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I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow

(chorus) In constant sorrow through his days

I am a man of constant sorrow
I've seen trouble all my day.
I bid farewell to old Kentucky
The place where I was born and raised.

(chorus) The place where he was born and raised

For six long years I've been in trouble
No pleasures here on earth I found
For in this world I'm bound to ramble
I have no friends to help me now.

(chorus) He has no friends to help him now

It's fare thee well my old lover
I never expect to see you again
[From: MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW Lyrics - SOGGY BOTTOM BOYS ]
For I'm bound to ride that northern railroad
Perhaps I'll die upon this train.

(chorus) Perhaps he'll die upon this train.

You can bury me in some deep valley
For many years where I may lay
Then you may learn to love another
While I am sleeping in my grave.

(chorus) While he is sleeping in his grave.

Maybe your friends think I'm just a stranger
My face you'll never see no more.
But there is one promise that is given
I'll meet you on God's golden shore.

(chorus) He'll meet you on God's golden shore..


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SINCE the days of Southey the romantic literature of Spain has not received from English writers and critics the amount of study and attention it undoubtedly deserves. In no European country did the seeds of Romance take root so readily or blossom so speedily and luxuriantly as in Spain, which perhaps left the imprint of its national character more deeply upon the literature of chivalry than did France or England. When we think of chivalry, do we not think first of Spain, of her age-long struggle against the pagan invaders of Europe, her sensitiveness to all that concerned personal and national honour, of the names of the Cid Campeador, Gayferos, and Gonzalvo de Cordova, gigantic shadows in harness, a pantheon of heroes, which the martial legends of few lands can equal and none surpass. The epic of our British Arthur, the French chansons de gestes, are indebted almost as much to folklore as to the imagination of the singers who first gave them literary shape. But in the romances of Spain we find that folklore plays an inconsiderable part, and that her chivalric fictions are either the offspring of historic happenings or of the brilliant and glowing imagination which illumines the whole expanse of Peninsular literature.
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Legends and Romances of Spain: Contents

I THE SOURCE OF SPANISH ROMANCE 11

II THE "CANTARES DE GESTA" AND THE "POEMA DEL CID" 48

III "AMADIS DE GAUL" 90

IV THE SEQUELS TO "AMADIS DE GAUL" 139

V THE PALMERIN ROMANCES 169

VI CATALONIAN ROMANCES 187

VII RODERIC, LAST OF THE GOTHS 201

VIII "CALAYNOS THE MOOR," "GAYFEROS," AND "COUNT ALARCOS" 213

IX THE ROMANCEROS, OR BALLADS 222

X THE ROMANCEROS, OR BALLADS (CONTINUED) 245

XI MOORISH ROMANCES OF SPAIN 263

XII TALES OF SPANISH MAGIC AND SORCERY 333

XIII HUMOROUS ROMANCES OF SPAIN 351




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Legends and Romances of Spain: III. "Amadis de Gaul"

The wonders of this magical island well merit description, and as much of the action of our romance centres there let us embark upon the fairy galley which lies ever ready in the harbours of legend, sail thither, and set foot upon its enchanted beaches. Perhaps it is only through the rainbow lenses of poesy that we can view this wondrous region aright, so I have essayed a description of the isle in verse.

THE FIRM ISLAND

Prince Apolidon the Mage ( there is some similitude with Apollon / Hermes / Thoth )
Raised a mystic hermitage
On an island in a shipless sea
By necromantic potency,
Carving the granite gateways of its cliffs
With interdicting seals and hieroglyphs,
That his unequals might not habit there,
Nor drink that island's consecrated air.



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White terraces o'erhung the black abyss,
Fair as the gardens Queen Semiramis
Piled above Babylon: the glittering height
Seemed as the day empillared on the night.
And from the ocean-green of myrtle's shadow
Rose a pavilion, which from afar
Seemed to the eyes of shipmen as a star
Shattered on a distant meadow.
Betwixt this palace and the shipless sea
The wizard set an arch of glamourie,
Byzantine, builded as from golden air.
Its fretted alcove held an image rare,
In whose uplifted hand there burned and shone
The brazen brightness of a clarion.
And should a lady or a knight,
Lesser in beauty or in might
Than wise Apolidon the wight
Or Grymenysa fair
Seek to traverse the magic vault,
Or make the palace by assault,
The brazen trump would blare,
And vomit such a horrid blast
That, fainting from the garden cast,
The wretch would perish there.
But, should a knight of equal fame
Or lady of unblemished name
Seek entrance by the port,
The trumpet, with a high fanfare
Of praise, would waken all the air
Of that celestial court.

Two crystal pillars marked the magic line;
A tablature of jasper, serpentine,
Surround' by arabesques like carven flame,
On which would flash the lineage and name
Of that illustrious paladin or dame,
Gleamed in the Grecian pavement; who did pass
Those pillars frozen in Phoenician glass
Would see, 'mid splendour like reflecting ice,
The lord and lady of that paradise
Moulded in immortality of brass.



p. 111

Still deeper in those labyrinths of pleasure
A siege right perilous the Mage did make
For Grymenysa's fair, mysterious sake,
For glory of a love withouten measure,
Setting nine seals of Babylonian doom
Upon the entrance to her ivory room,

That but the highest hearts the world had seen
Might know the rapture of its air serene.

And that no sordidness might pass therein
He sentinelled the door with savage jinn,
Invisible and with the flaming powers
Of Sheol in their guarding scimetars.
And all the webs of his weird soul were woven
In mazy mystery of charm and spell,
Around the shadows of that citadel,
Where oft his wizard prowess had been proven.
So did he leave the place of his delight
To sinful spirits in a magic night,
Calling on Siduri and Sabitu,
And Baphomet, in syllables of might.
And when the moon was in her thinnest phase
He left that island in the shipless sea,
No man knew how, nor evermore did he
Return unto its labyrinthine ways.
Still in the dawn's white fire the shepherd sees
Shapes whiter than the dawn, and whisperings
Sigh through the shadows of the myrtle-trees,
Like to the mutterings of invisible kings
Who speak of blessed, heart-remembered things.





Jay Weidner - Articles

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there had been a huge stink in Europe caused by the publication of the original book and by the enigma of Fulcanelli. The OSS had even been looking for him. His pupil Canseliet had made a secret trip to Spain to meet Fulcanelli in the early 1950’s even though Fulcanelli was supposed to have left this world almost thirty years earlier
see also the book Son of the Sun ( same period )
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