Thursday, May 21, 2015
Steal 25 in Izapa Mexico, Red Macaw on a Medicine Staff. Steal 1 in Izapa Mexico - the Storm Bringer. Steal 67 from Izapa Mexico - the Diety as the Rising Sun. Altar 3 in Izapa Mexico. Takalik Abaj stela with altar, Guatemala. Maes Howe standing stones with altar. Stela 1 the Storm Bringer with altar in Izapa Mexico, compare to the twin stones pointing to Maes Howe above. Viking dragon. The Maes Howe drawing. Maes Howe was called "Orkahaugr" mound by the Vikings. The "Orkneyjar" and the "Orkneyinga Saga" tell of adventures in Orkney. Maes Howe was opened in 1861, 800 years before that, the Vikings made their runic inscriptions inside.
Maes Howe at the winter solstice. There are runic inscriptions and drawings on all four walls of Maes Howe. " Viking graffiti inside the Maes Howe Chambered tomb on the Orkney Mainland. The graffiti itself has a familiar ring to it, being the sort of comment you would expect to find scrawled in a modern public convenience. The lettering itself is from the Younger Futhark, but a mixture of long-branch and short-twig forms. Maeshowe is the neat version of the lettering. Orkahaug is a much rougher version of the same lettering, designed to look as if it has been scratched into stone. "Orkahaug" is the Viking name for Maes Howe." The Westray stone. Maes Howe runes in silver.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Maeshowe, Orkney's finest chambered cairn. Maeshowe was built in the Neolithic period. Constructed on a platform of leveled ground, like the nearby stone circles of Brodgar and Stenness, the monument is surrounded by a ditch and raised ring mound. That`s the mound of Maes-Howe in the background. The sheep love those standing stones in the winter! From National Geographic magazine. Sheep with the Stones of Stenness on the Orkney Islands. Did Boudet say that all languages originated with Celtic? Here is a clue from Acadia, Nova Scotia - the names of the constellations in navigation were similar in the Canadian Indian Micmac language and the Celtic language. This may have been the origin of his idea. The Catholics were up there by then and studied the Indian languages. This is a Micmac woman from Oak Island in Nova Scotia. Boudet also spoke of the importance of the cromlech and there are plenty of standing stones in the home of the Sinclairs - the Orkneys. The Cromlech and the Celtic language, both can be found with the Sinclairs - the cromlechs in the Orkneys and the Celtic language in Nova Scotia. Cromlech (from Welsh crom, feminine form of crym "bent, curved" and llech "slab, flagstone") is a term used to describe prehistoric megalithic structures. The term is now virtually obsolete in archaeology, but remains in use as a colloquial term for two different types of megalithic monument. In English it usually refers to dolmens, the remains of prehistoric stone chamber tombs. However, it is widely used in French, Portuguese and Spanish to describe stone circles. Confusingly, some English-speaking archaeologists, such as Aubrey Burl, use this second meaning for cromlech in English too. In addition, the term is occasionally used to describe more complex examples of megalithic architecture, such as the Almendres Cromlech in Portugal. In 1880, Abbé Henri Boudet of Rennes-les-Bains published a strange book. La Vraie Langue Celtique et le Cromleck de Rennes-les-Bains (The True Celtic Language and the Cromleck of Rennes-les-Bains). The Stone Circle of Rennes-le-Bains - the "bains" are the Roman baths and hot springs in that area of southeastern France.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
The standing stones of Stennes, Orkney Island, Scotland. Sinclair and Gunn territory in the very north of Scotland. The Rosslyn church built by the Sinclairs in Roslin, Scotland. Beautiful tartan plaids of the clans. The Sinclair explorations of America - the Rhode Island tower lighthouse being built by Sinclair`s knights. A map of the Micmac Indians of Nova Scotia which uses the French Fleur-di-Lis for North. 19th century Micmac Indians. A stamp from the Faroe Islands which were ruled by the Sinclairs and by Norway.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Diagram of the Oak Island shaft dig. The Templar tower of Rhode Island. The carvings of corn from the New World in Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland. Ghostly orb over Oak Island in Nova Scotia. The Sinclairs of Orkney. In 1392 Richard !! declared safe conduct for Henry Sinclair of Orkney to England: "Comes Orchadie et Dominus de Roslyne". Nova Scotia was known as "Arcadia" here called "Ochadie" after the Orkney Islands of Sinclair. Nova Scotia was their secret discovery. The Orkney Islands north of Scotland. The Orkney Islands. The Sinclair crest with sailing ships. The Priory of Sion insignia. The symbol painted on the walls of the Rennes-le-Chateau church in various forms, note the similarity to the Priory of Sion sigil. On the Priory sigil the bottom bar is replaced by a bone, a thigh bone. This is a bone from the pirate flag of the Jolly Roger known in Scottish Freemasonry. It refers to their brotherhood with "Pirates and Corsairs" and the knowledge of the lands to the west in the Americas. A Pictish warrior woman, Guinevere was a Pictish princess.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Uploaded on Oct 12, 2008 from Marcuzio Isauro. "AN ANCIENT VENETIAN FAMILY, OF MEROVINGIAN ORIGIN, SHOWS TO US HIS PRECIOUS AND RARE HOLY CROSS." The cross is hidden in a first edition large volume by Thomas Aquinas. This is the same cross that is in the display case in the "X-Files 6 Priory of Sion Office" video below. A Merovingian coin.
White gloved hands hold a torch which illuminates the treasures of a secret society. The first object that it lights is a large crucifix showing the INRI with a reversed "N" - a secret society sign. It may be a reversed "N" superimposed on a normal N which is a secret society symbol as well. On the shelf above, they is a lovely statuette of Mary Magdalene and above her are an Assryian statue and a figure wearing an Egyptian kilt. At desk level is an archaic larger - than - life carving of a human head. On his helmet are roughly hewn wings - is this a head of Mercury? The gloved hand proceeds to the highly polished bookshelf to pull out an original copy of "The Adventures of Matthias Sanorf" by JulesVernes from the shelf. Another large volume is titled "Merovee" and refers to the"Templiers", these subjects point to the area of Rennes-le-Chateau in southeastern France and the Priory of Sion. A hand-written notebook is high lighted in colors and contains numbered majic square diagrams which are use by a secret soiety in Girona, Spain. On display are an "X-Files" DVD and a paperback book by famous UFO author J. Allen Hynek which is autographed by the author. A closed glass case is opened to reveal a collection of archaeological artifacts and a large silver Masonic jewel. In the center lies a beautiul dark cowry shell (see photo). Next to it are the silver treasures -" the stupendous Merovingian cross"of a previous mystery video along with a very big Mason`s angle in silver. A representation of the Pytagorean geometric diagram in silver swings from the angle and glitters in the beam of the flashlight. The Merovngian cross is also made of silver with a round red jewel in the center and four trianges of blue lapis lazuli pointing towards it. These four triangles faciing the four directions are important in the lore of Girona as well. The computer screen shows the "Shepherds of Arcadia II" painting by Nicolas Poussin further tying the library to Rennes-le-Chateau and the Priory of Sion. Given the UFO connection to that area`s Mt. Bugarach, it is not a surprise that this secret society office contains materials related to exterrestrial encounter There is a connection between the fabled Priory of Sion and UFOs. Large Hawaiian tiger cowrie. Mexican onyx bowls. Mexican onyx light. This article was written before the announcement of the reunification of Mulder and Scully for more X-Files episodes on FOX TV. These episodes are called "X-Files 6" just like the Priory of Sion Office video. The office and collection are of Hollywood quality, the statuettes are very fine. There are quartz or onyx artifacts and a large Hawaiian cowrie shell in the collection.