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History and the "Elite", Sanders, elreb, Quest

Tamborine man
post Jun 21 2011, 01:35 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Jun 18 2011, 10:15 PM) *
The paradox is that history [once corrected] is totally relative to current events.

Modern governments and their “dogs” tell less than 50% of the “Truth”.

Truth seeking forums need unbiased moderators.

Football teams have offence, defense and special teams.

Officials like umpires, referees, & judges…maintain order & enforce rules.

In the discovery or investigation...in the truth game…you cannot have a contributor acting as that official.

They only take their own side…




I feel your pain, brother elreb!


"They only take their own side...."


which is why i highly recommend that we bring back to our midst the seemingly lost "Golden Rule", now so

totally absent i all walks of life.

If that could be achieved, then i'm pretty confident that if we gently and quietly, together with a certain degree

of humility, approached an 'official' with the suggestion that the name "moderator" be exchanged with the term

"coach" or "manager", that this in all likelihood would be met with unanimous positivity and enthusiasm all the

way around the various 'joints' .......but especially from the "teams", of course! wink.gif


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post Jun 21 2011, 07:04 PM
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QUOTE (Tamborine man @ Jun 20 2011, 07:35 PM) *
which is why i highly recommend that we bring back to our midst the seemingly lost "Golden Rule"

Brother Tam,

Great words of Wisdom… reciprocal responsibility to ensure justice for all

Each individual has a right to just treatment…regardless who may be wrong

I think the Coach and teams approach is good if the “goal” of the game is the same.

I have never had a problem acknowledging a more correct answer.

Problem is…not everyone plays by the same rules…which keeps us “Stuck in the Mud” or “Bogged Down”.


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post Jun 21 2011, 10:24 PM
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post Jul 18 2011, 11:03 PM
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White Africa

Professor Damian Labuda of the University of Montreal’s Department of Pediatrics and the CHU Sainte-Justine Research Center and team have found part of the human X chromosome comes from the Neanderthals and is found only in people “outside” of Africa.

Neanderthals possessed the gene for language and had sophisticated music, art and tool craftsmanship skills, so they must have not been all that unattractive to modern humans at the time.
Fast forwarding to 2010, when the Neanderthal genome was sequenced….

The researchers could then compare the haplotype to the Neanderthal genome as well as to the DNA of existing humans.

The scientists found that the sequence was present in people across all continents, except for sub-Saharan Africa [Bantu], and including Australia.

David Reich, a Harvard Medical School geneticist, added, "Dr. Labuda and his colleagues were the first to identify a genetic variation in non-Africans that was likely to have come from an archaic population. This was done entirely without the Neanderthal genome sequence, but in light of the Neanderthal sequence, it is now clear that they were absolutely right!"

Sub-Saharan [black] Africa as a geographical term refers to the area of the African continent which lies south of the Sahara. A political definition of Sub-Saharan Africa, instead, covers all African countries which are fully or partially located south of the Sahara.

It contrasts with North [white] Africa, which is considered a part of the Berber [Arab] world.

Grey is White Africa [Berber]...Green is Black Africa [Bantu]

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post Jul 19 2011, 05:36 PM
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Over time, I will be able to refine my research showing that “white” man did not come out of Africa.

One big hurdle is showing that the UV radiation from the Supernova of Sirius B caused the DNA damage that caused some folks to turn a few shades darker.

Note how Sirius is South of Earth…therefore South Africa & Australia would be affected the most.

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Big hint of the day

Aeetes was king of Colchis/Kolchis and father of Medea [Media]

Kolchis is derived from “Kohl” or Galena (lead sulfide) mined around Adjara, Georgia

Adjara and Keda are/were big time Wine country. Today we use the word Alcohol

[Funny that the "Hot Shot" experts...rarely use science!]
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post Oct 10 2011, 02:15 AM
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QUOTE (elreb @ Oct 8 2011, 07:38 PM) *
Big hint of the day

Aeetes was king of Colchis/Kolchis and father of Medea [Media]

Kolchis is derived from “Kohl” or Galena (lead sulfide) mined around Adjara, Georgia

Adjara and Keda are/were big time Wine country. Today we use the word Alcohol

[Funny that the "Hot Shot" experts...rarely use science!]


I'm impressed.

..........

I should add, for readers, that the area (Colchis) was called 'Laz' by the Byzantines. Lux is a variant - the Luxor Pyramid in Vegas? ...

And, the two tribes who resided there in the Greek/Trojan era were the Corybantes and Chalebes ... the Greeks thought that those tribes were the first metallurgists, because their weapons were so superior. This is preserved in the Greek myth of Zeus, where it is the Corybantes who bang their shields with their swords to drown out the cries of the infant Zeus (so his father won't eat him) and in the word 'Ex-Calibur', the name of Arthur's sword. Ex, for the Exe river in Devon, and Caliber (oh yeah, our word for bullet size comes from this) for the Chalebes. Well, what the heck were Black Sea barbarian tribes doing in Devon? ... They sailed there often to get tin to make their bronze, and some of them stayed.

It might seem like all of this is just trivia, but these tribes of the Troad worshipped Cybele, and later, after the Cybele cult merged with the Greek cults worshipping Zeus, Sabazios. (Saba+Zeus=Cybele+Dios.)

This Sabazios is a naked man on a white horse ... the model actually for St. George the Dragon Slayer. He is also the Logo for the COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS.
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post Oct 11 2011, 07:02 PM
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Kolchis/Colchis is located on the Eastern shore of Pontus Euxinus or modern Black Sea.

On its Western shore is located Varna which is said to be the home to the oldest processed gold in the world.

On the surface, Varna wasn’t populated until after 1000 BC which points to a big problem in dating Egypt.

Both Copper and Gold melt around 1950 degree F and Iron melts at 2795 degree F

The only exception was on 9-11-2001 when Titanium vaporized at 500 degree F or the average temperature of a BBQ grill. [Only in America]

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post Oct 19 2011, 05:04 PM
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The last Supper and Crucifixion of Perseus

In the 29th year of Cyrus, when he was 70 years old [530 BC], the Persians engaged in war with Queen Tomyris of the Massagetae. Croesus the Lydian advised Cyrus to prepare a feast of sheep, wine and all manners of good-eats, [then withdraw] to give them a false perception and sense of security, that would be followed by a surprise attack.

The Massagetae led by “Spargapises” the son of Tomyris…seeing the banquet prepared, sat down and began to feast. When they had eaten and drunk their fill, and were now sunk in sleep, the Persians under Cyrus arrived, slaughtered a great multitude, and made even a larger number prisoners including Spargapises himself.

Somehow, Spargapises manages to kill himself bringing down the wrath of Tomyris whose army to which defeats Cyrus and killing him.

As payback Tomyris had his corpse beheaded and shoved into a wineskin filled with human blood. His body was then crucified.

It is more likely she had the headless body impaled. In ancient Rome, the term "crucifixion" also refers to impalement. This derives in part because the term for the one portion of a cross is synonymous with the term for a stake, so that when mentioned in historical sources without specific context, the exact method whether crucifixion or impalement can be unclear.

The mummy of Amenhotep [Amen = Zeus] was unwrapped by G. E. Smith and Dr. Pain on September 23, 1905. It had been badly damaged in antiquity.
Its head had been broken off, the back had been broken, and the entire front wall of the body was missing. Amenhotep's right leg had been detached from his body, and his thigh was detached from the leg.
His left foot was also damaged. He and Dr. Pain also discovered a big-toe bone, an ulna, and a radius, all from the body of another person.
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post Oct 24 2011, 07:21 PM
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DNA results

KV35 10 16 6 15 16 27 25 34 8 13 16 22 6 9 23 31 Akhenaten
KV62 10 12 10 15 16 26 29 34 8 13 19 19 6 12 23 23 Tut
KV55 10 12 15 15 16 26 29 34 11 13 16 19 9 12 20 23 Smen
KV35 11 12 10 15 22 26 26 29 6 11 19 22 9 12 20 26 Elder lady
KV35 10 12 6 10 16 26 25 29 8 11 16 19 6 12 20 23 Young Lady

One thing for sure is that KV35 [Below] could not be Amenhotep III, therefore it can only be Akhenaten.

This is Akhenaten/Cyrus/Perseus/Jesus...his head has clearly been cut off. He was 70 years old.

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Merry Christmas…this is the real Jesus [Perseus]

He was indeed crucified…



Put that on your dashboard…

Key to eternal life…ho…ho…ho [Found in Tut’s tomb]
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post Dec 3 2011, 07:44 PM
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More “Stories”

When Howard Carter excavated the tomb of king Tut [KV62] he stated:

"There is another remarkable thing about the painted scenes upon this box. The motives are Egyptian and the treatment Egyptian, and yet they leave the impression on your mind of something strangely "non-Egyptian", and you cannot for the life of you explain exactly where the differences lie.”

“…They remind you of…the finest Persian miniatures…"

Persian derives its name from “Per-Zeus” or the house of Zeus.

Zeus was the planet Jupiter and equal to the Egyptian “Amen”. Anyone with “Amen” in their name was from the house of Zeus or Persian. [Not to be confused with modern Persia]

The home town of Perseus was Akhmin in Egypt which also happen to be the town of Yuya and Tuya, Queen Tiye, Anen and Akhenaten. [Herodotus mentions the temple dedicated to Perseus in Akhmin]
The Achaemenid Empire derives its name from Akhmin.

Usermontu

Dr. Robert Bianchi Ph.D. in Egyptian, Greek and Roman Art from New York University's Institute of Fine Arts, served as a curator for 15 years in the Department of Egyptian, Classical and Ancient Middle Eastern Art at The Brooklyn Museum. He also served as an advisor for the Learning Channel's cable TV series, Archaeology.

Dr. Bianchi in collaboration with Julie Scott Director of the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum matched the markings on Usermontu's wooden sarcophagus. They match the markings on the granite sarcophagus of Usermontu in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The wooden case was originally placed inside of the granite one.



For many years the mummy was identified as Usermontu, a priest who lived sometime between 644 and 525 BC and served Pharaoh Tutankhamen and possibly his successor Horemheb. Usermontu Wsr-mntw Vizier, etc., son of Neb-mehyt Nb-mh. Jt [Griffith Institute, Oxford]

"We've done considerable research on this mummy, and it's possible he's part of the missing royalty of Ancient Egypt," Scott says.

The mummy's arms are crossed, which could signify he was a member of the royal family or even a king himself, according to research done at the museum.

At the very least, the mummy was a wealthy nobleman as only the top 5 percent of the Egyptian population could afford the expense of mummification.

His identity is intriguing enough that the mummy has been featured on two segments of the History Channel.

A clue to his possibly identity may come from DNA testing, Scott says.

"We know the exact DNA of royal mummies, so we're just waiting for the DNA testing to be conclusive enough to show if he's related to the other pharaohs," she says.

Recent political activity in Egypt is partly to blame for the current uncertainty.
As Scott diplomatically puts it, "The folks who would make the decision are in a flux right now."

The Problem

Dr. Robert Bianchi accepted the radiocarbon dating but could not come to terms with the identification of the mummy. In his refusal to come to his senses he exclaimed:
"He came in the sarcophagus and everybody assumed it was him, but his style of mummification and the body position is from a different period. Now we call him the mummy who came in Usermontu's sarcophagus."

Note:

The main reason for the style of mummification is because Usermontu was most likely “Battus III the Lame” of Cyrene, Son of Arcesilaus II of Cyrene.
Battus received the surname The Lame because when he had a limp to his leg. Battus was proclaimed King in 550 BC by his maternal uncle Poly-archus.
Battus made an alliance with the Egyptian Pharaoh Amasis II [Ramses the Great]. As a sign of gratitude, Battus allowed Amasis to marry a Greek woman from Cyrenaica. Amasis chose Battus' daughter, Ladice to marry and they married after 548 BC. Battus reigned until his death in 530 BC
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QUOTE (elreb @ Dec 1 2011, 10:44 PM) *

Cool. Barry LAmen Williams
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Lamen is a general term for a magical pendant worn around the neck so that it hangs upon the breast over the heart.

Its uses is a commandment of authority.

The magician wears a lamen which is a symbolic representation of his relation to his godhead.

He will wear lamens made of the sigils of spirits he wishes to command.

It has been described as "a sort of Coat of Arms. It expresses the character and powers of the wearer."

One type of lamen is the talisman which functions as a storehouse of some particular kind of energy, the kind that is needed to accomplish the task for which you have constructed it.


Students of Light are always "Up beat" and positive. Brother Barry...you have the power.

This Lamen of Achad is derived from the Egyptian Ankh.
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Thank you Elreb.

Yes, I know we have the power and right now I'm trying not to spill mine.

What day shan't I think of you, friend? Shall it be never?

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Never not thinking of someone once thought (highly) of is likely beyond my capacity at this point.
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post Dec 7 2011, 07:09 PM
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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Dec 7 2011, 11:02 AM) *
Never not thinking of someone...

Brothers and Sisters,

I was recently accused of having a fantastic imagination…kind of like Walt Disney “Imagineering”.

I take this compliment as the master planning, creative development, design, engineering, production, project management, and research and development arm of the Elreb group.

I want to personal thank this individual for his intuitive insight.

Elreb
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A million thank yous Sir, from the land where none exist.

(all that is required is the deed to invent)

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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Dec 6 2011, 09:38 PM) *
A million thank yous Sir, from the land where none exist.

(all that is required is the deed to invent)



Ahhh ....true wit ....so invigorating thumbsup.gif


Cheers Barry
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QUOTE (BarryWilliamsmb @ Dec 8 2011, 12:38 PM) *
(all that is required is the deed to invent)

Good words brother Barry,

It is not the greatness of the “Invention”

It is the function to do the deed or materialize the imagination.

This is one thing I like about being a mechanical designer…I just go out to my shop and make it a reality.
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