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Icon 1 posted July 11, 2007 14:42      Profile for WinterSolstice     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by andymonk:
The incomplete flower is found all over the ancient world. The oldest and original incomplete flower can be found on several pillars within "the osireon" at abydos in egypt. The osireon(the tomb of osiris)is known to be the oldest building in egypt. To this day,no egyptologists or archeologist can explain why,who or what the flower was put there for. I believe the flower has been delibarately ignored,so world secret societies can keep the flowers secrets hidden [Mad]

You wouldn't happen to have a menagerie all named Eric, would you?

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andymonk wrote:
To this day,no egyptologists or archeologist can explain why,who or what the flower was put there for.

Oh, that's an easy one. Much like Brittney Spears' first recording contract, "it seemed like a good idea at the time."

I believe the flower has been delibarately ignored,so world secret societies can keep the flowers secrets hidden [Mad]

No, most people ignore it because it's obviously stupid unless you're completely stoned or mentally defective. If a secret society was trying to keep knowledge hidden, you'd see active intervention on their part to take down sites with any information, slander the owners, etc. For more information on this sort of behavior, refer to the Church of Scientology.

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quote:
Originally posted by andymonk:
The incomplete flower is found all over the ancient world. The oldest and original incomplete flower can be found on several pillars within "the osireon" at abydos in egypt. The osireon(the tomb of osiris)is known to be the oldest building in egypt. To this day,no egyptologists or archeologist can explain why,who or what the flower was put there for. I believe the flower has been delibarately ignored,so world secret societies can keep the flowers secrets hidden [Mad]

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That's strange, I have asked almost identical questions about the Bush buttplug.

Do you think they could be linked? </Dramatic Chord></mad staring eyes>

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quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
If a secret society was trying to keep knowledge hidden, you'd see active intervention on their part to take down sites with any information, slander the owners, etc.

Shut up dude, don't tell him the game plan! He's already suspicious of us and our Secret Society for the Suppression of Knowledge of the Magical Mystical Flower of Life and Not Sharing the Really Rockin' Narcotics.

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The SSSKMMFLNSRRN???!!! You know you're only supposed to keep reference to that in the superfan only threads!!
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quote:
Originally posted by business attire:
The SSSKMMFLNSRRN???!!! You know you're only supposed to keep reference to that in the superfan only threads!!

But taunting the uninitiated with ten-ton hints is half the fun.
/me wonders how long it'll be before he realises this  - is a thinly-disguised Flower Of Life. (as well as a very effective protection against the Orbital Mind Control Ray)

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This may be of interest. I believe,the symbol on this knights templar tombstone(link1),found in the st magnus cathedral,kirkwall,orkney,scotland(link2),is a representation of the egg of life(sacred geometry,link3),which is found within the first layer of the complete flower of life. Any opinions? [Smile] http://bennerfarms.com/dutch/Crusades/StMagnus.jpg http://www.orkneyjar.com/history/stmagnus/cathedral.jpg http://www.mendhak.com/paranormal/parascience/sacred_geometry_14.jpg
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My only opinion is that nobody has been interested for the last two months you've posted this insane babbling, and nobody is going to be interested now.

So why do you keep coming back when we're just going to keep making fun of you?

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Has anyone else noticed that there are certain similarities in the writing style of internet kooks?

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how so?

proof plz.

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quote:
Originally posted by business attire:
how so?

proof plz.

Sorry BA we don't like to release the details outside the inner circle of us energy vampires of the SSSKMMFLNSRRN. Knowledge is power and all that. [Wink]

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since when is the writing style of internet kooks secret information of the ssskklewaksirtslwass?
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How long we've had that information is a secret too.

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Sacred geometry predates any known religion by thousands of years. I believe,all religions were created by world secret societies,to hide how sacred geometry links the whole of humanity together. Does anyone know which religious figure was supposed to have used this symbol,as an emblem for him and his followers? [Wink] http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/dp5/piscis.jpg
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Andy, don't drink that milk in your fridge, it's gone off.

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Now...see...this is the sort of trouble you get into when your friends buy you a big sheet of LSD and a Spirograph for your birthday. [shake head]

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It's abundantly clear that Andy hasn't arrived at these conclusions through study, or he'd know that there is no evidence Christ used any kind of abstract symbol such as the Ichthus.

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Now don't quote me here 'cause I might be off line somewhere but I thought I remembered reading long ago that the whole "Fish" thing is a mere weird coincidence of the Hebrew for "Jesus" being horribly similar to the Greek for "Fish" and because of the whole "fisher of men" and "fishes and loaves" symbolism that the early Christians held very dear they took the fish as a "secret" symbol...

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quote:
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Now don't quote me here...

[evil]

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quote:
Originally posted by Serenak:
Now don't quote me here 'cause I might be off line somewhere but I thought I remembered reading long ago that the whole "Fish" thing is a mere weird coincidence of the Hebrew for "Jesus" being horribly similar to the Greek for "Fish" and because of the whole "fisher of men" and "fishes and loaves" symbolism that the early Christians held very dear they took the fish as a "secret" symbol...

I believe you are correct on the latter part, though how the symbol first started being used isn't known for certain. I don't think the name similarity fits, though, as "icthus" is Greek for "fish," and I believe that Jesus' name in Hebrew sounds roughly like "Yeshua." The Greek version of his name, "Iesus," is closer, but I think the main similarity is just the first letter.

More explanation of the symbol here for those interested. (just history here... no claims of magical drawings)

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Ahhh Steen

but the "fish" is made out of two simple arcs... and as we all are deeply aware the "fantabulous flower of amazing power(tm)" is composed of a mystically powerful array of simple arcs... just bunged together in a way that joins the mimsy borogroves to the slithy toves in a manner mere lowly non illuminati like us cannot grasp (well without deeper instructions from the "masters" (yours for just $29.99 and if you pay by credit card you get "teh mystic pen" and 27 approved genuine "lucky charms")

Well that or it is just someone gone mental with their compass on a long boring Thursday afternoon "double geog" class...

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Unlike other mandala,the complete ancient flower of life has no design,measurement or straight lines. The complete flower grows organically from the first circle onwards,it draws itself. This is one of the reasons why the flower is called the creation mandala. I forgot to add...... the flower should be contemplated in darkness,only have the computer on,no lights. [Smile]
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You're sitting all alone, in the dark, staring at an image on a computer screen...

and it's a bad spirograph drawing.

You are -such- a virgin. [shake head]

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Really Andy, nobody here is interested.

At all.

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Ancient sacred fish bangle euphonium.
Prehistoric metatarsal meditation spiral.
Divine subconscious cauliflower asshat.
Hygenic omnipresent boll-weevil carving.
Mung bean heritage bicycle universe.

....errrr, sorry folks, just trying to communicate with andymonk. [blush] [Wink]

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