|The 7 wonders of the ancient world
|Posted on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 - 09:35 am: ||
I was told that the pyramids in Egypt is the last standing wonder of the ancient world.}}
Anubis, grant me the strength to move on from this place...
the blue flame (The_blue_flame)
|Posted on Friday, December 02, 2005 - 04:37 am: ||
Speaking with a young west chatham county georgia independent artist earlier thursday evening.
I was wearing one of my holy grail shirts
with this design on it.
and we commenced to talking.
6 of these ancient wonders no longer exist due to natural disaster or a combination of natural disaster / man made actions.
if you have seen the pyramid on the dollar bill
(And of course you have)
you have no doubt noticed the pyramid with the eye on it
this represents the eye of osiris...
what is the meaning of this mystic eye?
as I see it now. much more clearly than in the past
this eye is that of Jesus Christ.
Osiris in Ancient Egyptology is a prototype of Who we as Christians know and
as Jesus Christ.
The Great Pyramid of Giza represents the original location of neutral
latitude and longitude
(0 Degrees latitude and 0 Degrees Longitude).. not the current location
there of which is
in the far eastern atlantic off the african west coast.
this location , the great giza pyramid is believed by many, myself included
to be the current location of the ten commandments handed down by God
to Moses on The Mount of Sinai.
These Precious tablets represent the original Holy Grail. As I see it
clearly and plainly.
I enjoyed chatting with this young man this evening and passing this on to
THAT is the reason the Great Pyramid remains standing to this day.. it is concealing the ark of the covenant given by God Himself to Moses atop Sinai.
The Original Holy Grail.
My original theory was that it was in Baghdad Somewhere or maybe in Iraq. But this theory is not valid.
The Great Pyramid is the Final Resting Place if King Kufu Cheops of Egypt who ruled that land a full 1500 years prior to Ramses.
"You can't look at a sleeping cat and be tense"
"New Yorkers, by reputation, are fast-talking, assertive and easily annoyed; I fit right in."