We Do Not Live In A Vacuum

July 11, 2020

The end of the 20th century and the start of the 21st have truly heralded some remarkable advances in physics. We’ve made discoveries that have brought us a new language, superstring, quarks, superconductivity, higgs-boson. We’ve confirmed that matter can indeed be in two places at once separated by millions or billions of light years through quantum entanglement. Teleportation is becoming a reality, gravity resistant material is being developed for air travel and it is all due to the incredibly unique properties of gold.

The Center for Advanced Study has named it “the most remarkable physical property in the universe”. The historical record says that the ANNUNAKI came here to mine and refine it into mfkzt, then send it home to Nibiru to suspend in their failing atmosphere. The ancient Greeks pursued this knowledge in the Golden Fleece legend; we are first introduced to it in Exodus in the story of Moses and the Ark of the Covenant.

In 1904, King Edward VII was on the British throne and Theodore Roosevelt was president of the USA, Captain Robert Scot and the Discovery were returning from his ill-fated effort to successfully reach the south pole. At the same time British archaeologist Sir W. M. Flinders Petrie was on a wind-swept rocky plateau in the Sinai desert. He had been sponsored by the now Egypt Exploration Society, its purpose was to survey the copper and turquoise mines in the region. This was smack dab in the middle of the exodus story of Moses country. The King James Version calls it Mt Horeb, it is more correctly known as Mt Choreb in the Septuagint bible from the 3rd century B.C.

Petrie’s team had no particular expectation of the place, but as they summit the 2600-foot mountain, they made a monumental discovery, spreading over a 70-meter area from a man-made cave and temple. They found inscriptions that dated the place to the fourth dynasty pharaoh Sneferu who reigned in about 2600 B.C. Petrie writes, “The whole place was buried and no one had any knowledge of it until we cleared the site”.

Sir Petrie’s find though monumental, was in contravention of the charter given him by the now Egypt Exploration Society, of whose purpose was to prove the church’s version of the Old Testament. Petrie wrote a book called Researches in Sinai, it was published by John Murray of London in 1906, that book is now very hard to find. (I would love to get a copy of it myself.)

It would appear that the temple was in use for a minimum of 1500 years, this means it was producing mfkzt from before the pyramids of Giza were built. The temple was simple in outlay consisting of sand stone quarried from the mountains, adjoining halls, shrines, and chambers all set within surrounding walls. Many of the pillars had stelae of ruling Egyptian kings. After clearing the site Petrie was noted as saying “There is no other such monument known which makes us regret the more that it is not in better preservation”. Petrie and his team were utterly baffled when they found a metallurgist’s crucible and a considerable amount of pure white powder hidden beneath carefully laid flagstones, many tons of it in Petrie’s estimation. In the ensuing debate as to what this strange substance might be many thought it a type of residue from turquoise mining or ash from copper smelting. However, since there was no evidence of either material being present the question remained

We have all heard of the silliness of the mark of Cain, a single point · surrounded by a circle Ο,

The correct Mark of Cain

 the church would have us believe that it is the mark of the devil; pure rubbish, the symbol actually means light. The church would have us believe that Cain was a bad person, he was not, he was a priest-king of the Grail line and he was versed in all the science of the ANNUNAKI including mfkzt. Petrie carefully searched this “ash” for signs of animal sacrifice, but that was not it because the Egyptians did not sacrifice animals until a later period, so what was this stuff? Moreover, what did it have to do with the conical shem an na- bread? In addition, why did the symbol for it donate light?

Despite the fact that Mt Choreb is a sacred site, gold is not native to the region. It appears to have been something of a central hub, somewhere that could supply the needs of both Shinar and Egypt. If there had been gold left at the site after the ANNUNAKI had discontinued their activities, it is probable that Bedouin had long since plundered the site.

Starting in around the 1600’s we begin to hear the words “the philosopher’s stone”, which was thought to be able to transmute base metal into gold. Setting the record straight Philalethes made the point that the stone itself was gold, in his writings he describes gold as being consumed, closely echoing the bibles’ Moses story. Moses was said to have consumed the golden calf with fire.

Petrie carefully searched this “ash” for signs of animal sacrifice, but that wasn’t it because the Egyptians didn’t sacrifice animals until a later period, so what was this stuff? Moreover, what did it have to do with the conical shem an na- bread? In addition, why did the symbol for it donate light? Despite the fact that Mt Choreb is a sacred site, gold is not native to the region. It appears to have been something of a central hub, somewhere that could supply the needs of both Sumer and Egypt. If there had been gold left at the site after the ANNUNAKI had discontinued their activities, it’s probable that Bedouin had long since plundered the site. Starting in around the 1600’s we begin to hear the words the philosopher’s stone”, which was thought to be able to transmute base metal into gold. Setting the record straight Philalethes made the point that the stone itself was gold, in his writings he describes gold as being consumed, closely echoing the bibles’ Moses story. Moses was said to have consumed the golden calf with fire. Anubis has a bit of a bad rap, he’s the Egyptian god that leads folks into the afterlife but he’s also called the guardian of the secret.

Here a 19th dynasty relief depicts Anubis sitting on an ark while the pharaoh presents him with the precious conical stone.
Moses lived during an interesting time, Akhenaten and Tutankhamun, yes King Tut, it has been suggested that Tut may have been the son of Moses; if it’s ever proved true that’ll throw a completely new light on the bible I would say! This temple at Mt Choreb wasn’t a place of worship. In fact, when we pull the word apart back into its original Semitic we get avÔd, which means work. Our ancestors didn’t just venerate their gods, they worked for them, when we follow the etymology the word becomes workshop; therefore the workers become craftsmen which leads us straight into “the craft” or Freemasonry. That’s right, freemasonry began in Egypt, thanks to the mystery schools priest/kings of Sumer.

The Shem-An-Na

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