GOD'SECRET FORMULA
 Peter Plichta 1995

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"In the myths and legends of all cultures, the numbers 1, 2, 3 played a very prominent part (eg three guesses, three wishes). Was it not ironic that mathematics, the subject that deals with numbers should happen to be the one field
 
in which the numbers 1,2 and 3 have no special significance?…" "…Myths and legends are full of stories of people having to choose between three paths, or doors. …" "…I knew that the first three numbers would contain a very explosive mixture.
 At this juxtaposition of moments past and present, the Zed Aliz Zed plucked, az out thin air just, inserts from yonder divine library.
 

THE BIBLE AND FLYING SAUCERS
 Barry H. Downing

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11th. kingdom of heaven is like leaven which a woman took and
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STEPHEN HAWKING
Quest For A Theory Of Everything
Kitty Ferguson

Page 103

 "...The square root of 9 is 3. So we know that the third side"
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HOLY BIBLE
Scofield References


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"I am Alpha and Omega the beginning and the end the first and the last."

 
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" Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the num-ber of the beast: for it is the num-ber of a man; and his number is

Six hundred three score and six
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THE HOLY BIBLE
 SCOFIELD REFERENCES


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."And there came unto me one of the seven angels which had the seven vials full of the seven last plagues, and talked with me, say-ing, Come hither, I will shew thee the bride, the Lamb's wife.
And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God,
Having the glory of God: "

 

 KEEPER OF GENESIS
Robert Bauval Graham Hancock 1996


Page 247

When the Sky Joined the Earth
Special numbers

We suspect that the phrase to 'go down to any sky' suggests an awareness - and recording - of precessionally induced changes in the positions of the stars over long periods of time. And we also note its implication that if the chosen initiate was equipped with the correct numerical spell then he would be able to work out - and visualize - the correct positions of the stars in any epoch of his choosing, past or future.

 

DIAGNOSIS OF MAN
Kenneth Walker 1943  


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"...blessed are your eyes, for they see; and your ears, for they hear..."
The words 'Who hath ears to hear, let him hear', resounded through the gospels. In one form or another they are repeated nine times in the Synoptic gospels and eight times in Revelation.  

 
IN SEARCH OF THE MIRACULOUS
Fragments of an Unknown Teaching
P.D.Oupensky


Page 96

" There exist not one, but three universal languages. The first of them can be spoken and written while remaining within the limits of ones' own language. The only difference is that when people speak in their ordinary language they do not understand one another but in this other language they do understand. In the second language, written language is the same for all peoples, like say figures or mathematical formulae; but people still speak their own language yet each of them understands the other even though the other speaks in an unknown language. The third language is the same for all both the written and the spoken. The difference of language disappears altogether on this level."
Thus spake the prophet Gurdjieff.

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"In western systems of occultism there is a method known by the name of 'theosophical addition', that is, the definition of numbers consisting of two or more digits by the sum of those digits. To people who do not understand the symbolism of numbers this method of synthesizing numbers seems to be absolutely arbitrary and to lead nowhere. But for a man who understands the unity of everything existing and who has the key to this unity the method of theosophical addition has a profound meaning, for it resolves all diversity into the fundamental laws which govern it and which are expressed in the numbers 1 to 10. As was mentioned earlier in symbology, as represented , numbers are connected with definate geometrical figures and are mutually complimentary one to another. In the Cabala a symbology of letters is also used and in combination with the symbology of letters a symbology of words.A combination of the four methods of symbolism by numbers, geometrical figures, letters and words, give a complicated but more perfect method."
Thus spake the prophet Gurdjieff
 
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 DIAGNOSIS OF MAN
Kenneth Walker 1943


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"...The hope for mankind does not lie. in the action of any corporate body be it ever so powerful, but in the influence of individual men and women who for the sake of a greater have sacrificed a lesser aim. There is no possibility of any mass movement in Christianity or in any other religion. As has been pointed out it would seem that Christ himself expected little of the crowds who gathered to hear him and witnessed his miracles. He talked to them only in parables the meaning, of which he expounded to his disciples after the crowds had dispersed.
Therefore I speak to them in parables: because they seeing, see not; and hearing, they hear not, neither do they understand. And in them is fulfilled the prophecy of Esaias which saith, By hearing ye shall hear and shall not understand; and seeing ye shall see and shall not perceive; or this people's heart is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed; lest at any time they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and should understand with their hearts, and should be converted,

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and I should heal them but blessed are in your eyes, for they see; and your ears, for they hear.
The words 'Who hath ears to hear, let him hear', resounded through the gospels. In one form or another they are repeated nine times in the Synoptic gospels and eight times in Revelation.
It has been said that in the darkest days of the Church's history there were many who, in order to protect themselves from persecution, sought the truth under the guise of some external calling. As an example of such a body of men may be mentioned the ecclesiastical alchemists. Alchemy was an extremely ancient science which for upwards of seventeen hundred years exerted its influence upon thought, not only in Europe, but in Egypt, Arabia, Persia and China. Although it is said to have formed part of the traditional knowledge of the Egyptian priesthood, it was probably an importation into Egypt from abroad. Alchemy certainly existed in China prior to this era. It also flourished amongst the Arabs and in Greece, where it was always referred to either as 'the work', or as 'The Divine and Sacred Art'. Although externally it appeared to be a branch of metallurgy, and was popularly regarded as a search for gold, the more important part of the true alchemist's research was spiritual and hidden. This is evidence from the clear distinction that is drawn in all alchemical writings between the exoteric alchemy that was visible to the world and the esoteric alchemy that was revealed only to chosen adepts. Although to the world, the alchemist appeared to be engaged only in the trans- mutation of baser metals into gold, he was in reality striving for an inner transmutation of the spirit. He was therefore essentially a religious man.
The central doctrine of the alchemists was the unity of all things, a doctrine that was engraved on the emerald tablets of the great alchemical leader, Hermes Trismegistus, in the saying 'As above so below'. The laws that ruled the material world also ruled the world of the spirit. The alchemists believed that throughout the whole universe there existed a general movement of the baser towards the finer; and it was his work to find how best this movement could be assisted. Arnold of Villanova explained the meaning of the search for the philosopher's stone in the following words:
There abides in Nature a certain.pure matter, which being dis-

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covered and brought to perfection converts to itself propor-tionately all imperfect bodies that it touches.
That the vital part of the alchemists' work was the inner transforma-tion of the spirit rather than the conversion of lead into gold, is shown by the following quotations:
Out of other things, thou wilt never make one unless first the one arises out of thyself. (ABBOT TRITHEMlUS, circa A.D. 1500.)
In order to acquire the golden understanding (Aurea appre-hensis), a man must open wide the eyes of the spirit, and of the soul, and contemplate and recognize things with the help of the inner light that God has kindled from the beginning in nature and in our hearts.
Know that thou canst not possess 'the science' if thou dost not cleanse thy mind through God, by which is meant that thou purgest thine heart from all corruption. (ALFlDIUS.)
To a modem reader whose mind draws a clear distinction between matter and spirit, alchemical writings are apt to appear confused and meaningless. It must be remembered, however, that no such distinction as 'matter and spirit' existed for the alchemist. For him there was instead an intermediate realm that lay between matter and spirit, a realm of subde bodies, to which a psychic as well as a physical manifestation was suited. Whereas to us there appears to exist an incongruity between the alchemist's preoccupation with retorts and crucibles and his search for spiritual change, for the alchemist there was no such incongruity. His external work was a symbol of his inner work, but at the same time it was more than a symbol. Unity existed in everything, and the same laws ruled everywhere."

 
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 GODS
Of The New Millenium
Alan F. Alford 1996
SIGNS OF THE GODS


" According to the accepted history of mankind, we should not find examples of twentieth century technology being used thousands of years ago. And yet examples of this technology can be seen at sites all around the world defying conventional scientific explanation..."
"...I am also including in this chapter some rather less familiar locations. Chavin de Huantar, for instance, is

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interesting for its original, highly advanced underground aqueduct systems, and I will be drawing a fascinating parallel between these and the waterworks of Tiwanaku.
Another little known site is that of Baalbek in Lebanon. As a result of war and terrorism, Baalbek has been a 'no go' area for more than twenty years. However, in May 1995, I finally managed to visit the Temple of Jupiter at Baalbek and I am delighted to be able to share my first-hand impressions of the amazing 800-ton stones which have been miraculously transported and positioned in one of its foundation walls.

 
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KEEPER OF GENESIS
Robert Bauval Graham Hancock 1996

Following the vernal point

The etymology of the ancient Egyptian term Shemsu Hor, 'Followers of Horus', was studied by the Alsatian scholar R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz who concluded: 'The term Shemsu Hor . . .literally means. . . "those who follow the path of Horus", that is, the "Horian way", also called the solar way. . . These Followers of Horus bear with them a knowledge of "divine origin" and unify the country with it. . .'23

The 'solar way' or 'path of Horus' is, of course, the ecliptic - that imaginary way or path in the sky on which the sun appears to travel through the twelve signs of the zodiac. As we saw in earlier chapters, the direction of the sun's 'journey' during the course of the solar year is Aquarius - Pisces - Aries - Taurus - Gemini - Cancer - Leo, etc., etc. The reader will recall, however, that there is also another, more ponderous motion, the precession of the earth's axis, which gradually rotates the 'ruling' constellation against the background of which the sun is seen to rise at dawn on the vernal equinox. This great cycle, or 'Great Year', takes 25,920 solar years to complete, with the vernal point spending 2,160 years in each of the twelve zodiacal constellations. The direction of motion is Leo - Cancer - Gemini - Taurus - Aries - Pisces - Aquarius, etc., etc., i.e. the reverse of the route pursued by the sun during the course of the solar year.  
  

 

 

 

THE POETICS OF ASCENT 
Theories of Language in a Rabbinic Ascent Text
Naomi Janowitz 1989
Sources and Parallels


Page 117

"...In addition to the citation of standard biblical passages about heavenly vision 7
Maaseh Merkabah shares entire passages with other Hekhalot texts. Two examples of these parallels, from III Enoch and Merkabah Rabba, reveal the manner in which each Heklahot text adapts material for its own purpose.
Gruenwald (1980,181, n.2) and Alexander (1983, 304, n.a) both draw atten-tion to the parallel to Maaseh Merkabah (3, 4, and 10) found in III Enoch 22B-C. In his edition of III Enoch, 22B-C is in an appendix because of their obvious status as additions. As is often the case with Hekhalot texts, we cannot claim direct borrowing in either direction, for we do not know when these sections were added to III Enoch or if they were found in a third text.
The parallel in III Enoch is as follows:
22B. (1) R. Ishmael said: Metatron, Prince of the Divine Presence, said to me: How do the angels stand on high? He said to me: Just as a bridge is laid across a river and everyone crosses over it, so a bridge is

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laid from the beginning of the entrance to its end, (2) and the minister-ing angels go over it and recite the song before YHWH the God of Israel. In his presence fearsome warriors and dread captains stand. A thousand thousand and myriad chant praise and laud before YWHW, God of Israel.
(3) How many bridges are there? How many rivers of fire? How many rivers of hail? How many treasuries of snow? How many wheels of fire? (4) How many ministering angels? There are twelve thousand myriads of bridges, six above and six below; twelve thousand myriads of rivers of fire, six above and six below; twelve thousand treasuries of snow, six above and six below; twenty-four thousand myriads of wheels of fire, twelve above and twelve below, surrounding the bridges, the riv-ers of fire, the rivers of hail, the treasuries of snow and the ministering angels. How many ministering angels are at each entrance? Six for every human being, and they stand in the midst of the entrances, facing the paths of heaven. (5) What does YHWH, the God of Israel, the glorious king, do. The great God, mighty in power, covers his face.. (6) In Arabot there are 660 thousands of myriads of glorious angels, hewn out of flam-ing fire, standing opposite the throne of glory. The glorious King covers his face, otherwise the heaven of Arabot would burst open in the middle, because of the glorious brilliance, beautiful brightness, lovely splendor, and radiant praises of the appearance of the Holy One, blessed be he. (7) How many ministers do his will? How many angels? How many princes in the Arabot of his delight, feared among the potentates of the Most High, favored and glorified in song and beloved, fleeing from the splendor of the Shekinah, with eyes grown dim from the light of the radiant beauty of their King, with faces black and strength grown feeble? Rivers of joy, rivers of rejoicing, rivers of gladness, rivers of exultation, rivers of love, rivers of friendship pour out from the throne of glory, and, gathering strength, flow through the gates of the paths of heaven of Arabot, at the melodious sound of his creatures' harps, at the exultant sound of the drums of his wheels, at the sound of the cymbal music of his cherubim. The sound swells and bursts out in a mighty rush - Holy, holy, holy, Lord of host, the whole earth is full of his glory.
22C. (1) R. Ishmael said: Metatron, Prince of the Divine Presence, said to me: What is the distance between one bridge and another? Twelve myriads of parasangs: in their ascent twelve myriads of para-sangs, and in their descent twelve myriads of parasangs. (2) Between the rivers of fear and the rivers of dread, twenty-two myriads of parasangs; between the rivers of hail and the rivers of darkness, thirty-six myriads of parasangs, between the chambers of hail and the clouds of mercy, fourty-two myriads of parasangs, between the clouds of mercy and the chariot, eighty-four myriads of parasangs; between the cherubim and the ophanim, twenty-four myriads of parasangs; between the ophanim and the chambers of chambers, twenty-four myriads of parasangs; between

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the chambers of chambers and the holy creatures of the throne of glory, thirty thousand parasangs; (3) from the foot of the throne of glory to the place where he sits, forty thousand parasangs, and his name is sancti- fied there.
(4) The arches of the bow rest upon Arabot, a thousand thousand and a myriad of myriads of measures high, by the measure of the watch-ers and the holy ones, as it is written, " I have set my bow in the clouds..."

 
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 KEEPER OF GENESIS
Robert Bauval Graham Hancock 1996


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"...We suggest that the 'Followers of Horus' followed - In a very precise, astronomical sense - not only the annual path of the sun, eastwards through the zodiac, but also, for thousands of years, the vernal point's relentless precessional drift westwards through the same twelve constellations.."
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