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O-Day - ETs secret?
How research of historical symbols of power and commerce led to an extraordinary finding
This was originally live-streamed at 23:00 CET on Sun 2 July 2023
Slides will be uploaded in due course
The Macedonian ‘Shield’ Coin and the Delphi Votive Shield
Coin and “Herzsprung” Shield Compared to the Sacred Geometry and the Egyptian Sothic Traingle
Meaning of Herzsprung
On the live stream chat, contributor Herr Wutz noted that ‘Herzsprung’ means ‘Heart Crack’ in English. Which is very interesting, because the sacred geometry forms a heart shape (I called Henk Jurrien’s VEGA experiment that produced a map of the Great Pyramid “Cardioid Infarction” - the technical name for heart attack - for this reason) and it does have a crack in it.
At 1h11m after seeing some images that looked to me like representations of the technology but that were referred to as “Chariots”, in context with my thinking, I was inspired to sing an abridged verse 3 of a famous poem by William Blake called “And did those feet in ancient time”
After giving the presentation, I decided to look into what “Chariot of fire” was meant to mean.
From the Wikipedia article on the poem it says this about “Chariots of fire”
The line from the poem "Bring me my Chariot of fire!" draws on the story of 2 Kings 2:11, where the Old Testament prophet Elijah is taken directly to heaven: "And it came to pass, as they still went on, and talked, that, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire, and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven."
The phrase has become a byword for divine energy
You read that right… the “Chariot of fire” is considered a byword for “divine energy” and the power it projected was a ‘whirlwind’ (tornado!)
Should I rest my case?
Again from Wikipedia
Beneath the poem, Blake inscribed a quotation from the Bible:
"Would to God that all the Lords people were Prophets"
Numbers XI. Ch 29.v
According to one banned blogger (a must read) - Blakes intent in writing this was:
"Would to God that all the Lord's people were prophets", he wrote, thereby including everyone in the task of speaking out about what they saw. Prophecy for Blake, however, was not a prediction of the end of the world, but telling the truth as best a person can about what he or she sees, fortified by insight and an "honest persuasion" that with personal struggle, things could be improved. A human being observes, is indignant and speaks out: it's a basic political maxim which is necessary for any age. Blake wanted to stir people from their intellectual slumbers, and the daily grind of their toil, to see that they were captivated in the grip of a culture which kept them thinking in ways which served the interests of the powerful...
If this is William Blake’s philosophy, I like it!
Ellinas Genniesai and Den Ginesai, the apparently Greek bloggers of Ref. 15 wrote of “Epsilon Team”
“[Epsilon Team’s] supposed representatives (high-ranking lawyers, professors) have come out public[ally] and said that this technology also includes anti-gravity methods and the concentration of specific elements, as well as specific telepathic techniques that can include space travel and other dimensions.”
Grasgruber P. et. al., (13 July 2022) “Mapping the Mountains of Giants: Anthropometric Data from the Western Balkans Reveal a Nucleus of Extraordinary Physical Stature in Europe”, Biology 2022, 11(5), 786; https://doi.org/10.3390/biology11050786
Barry Molloy. (2018). “European Bronze Age Symbols in Prehistoric Greece? Reconsidering Bronze Shields and Spears from Delphi in Their Wider Context.”, Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 87(2), 279. doi:10.2972/hesperia.87.2.0279
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