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Originally posted by QuietSoul
(I bought a revised version of Lincoln's book, with a bunch of new info added), but the Tomb found in the Les Bergers d'Arcadie was found near the chateau of Arques.
[Rennes] was the refuge of Prince Sigebert 4 in 681,he was King Dagobert 2(St Dagobert).It was also the house of their descendants ,counts of Rhédae and dukes of Razès…
I am the light of the world; anyone who follows me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light of life, and again, My peace I leave to you, my peace I give you.
The only Son and Word of God the Father, who became a man like us in all things but sin, Christ our true God, proclaimed clearly in the words of the gospel; I am the light of the world; anyone who follows me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light of life, and again, My peace I leave to you, my peace I give you. Our most mild emperor, champion of right belief and adversary of wrong belief, guided in godly wisdom by this teaching of peace spoken by God, has brought together this holy and universal assembly of ours and set at one the whole judgment of the church.
Another curious thing found while researching this came when I found that the Third Council of Constantinople issued this exposition of faith on the will(s) of Christ under Pope Leo II. nerdling had noticed that the snake in the particular rendition of the Temptation of St. Anthony that we were looking at seemed to be drawn in the astrological sign of Leo. nerdling has a very good link that can be compared and I'll have to rely on him to share that.
In doing so, there is perhaps something conspicuous when we look at Crowley's "Art" trump, whilst we have these fabled "blue apples" on our minds, and that is the seven nuclei of the Nitrogen atom which appear on this card, flattened within the nucleus and symbolizing the atomic number rather than the atomic weight, identical to the manner in which many ancient diagrams of atoms do, and with the azure coloring to assure us that the etymology of "azure" and "azote" that tends to associate them is indeed valid, even though the proposition has led some authors to prematurely criticize it for having distorted the frame of reference to suggest it means the ancients "worshipped Nitrogen". The worship of Nitrogen may be ludicrous, but rather than insisting on worship, we may wisely insist on the Nitrogen, and momentarily set aside the provisional idea of worship; the ancients recognized and seemingly anthromorphicized this element, and others.
It was as a result of this particular belief that the term "buggery" was coined (after the 'Bulgars', or 'Bougres', or followers of the Bogomils) since if they were to give in to sexual temptation, this would at least ensure that no children resulted.
Bertrand de Blanchefort or Blanquefort (c. 1109-January 2, 1169) was the sixth Grand Master of the Knights Templar, from 1156 until his death.
In the Heraldry foundations of France, the lineage maps from Bertrand de Blanchefort, 4th Templar and Sion Order Grand Master, go directly back to Meruvingian King Dagobert II, who was assassinated on December 23rd
The phrase 'Blue Apples' - 'Pommes Bleues' - comes from one of the coded parchments allegedly discovered in 1886 or 1887 by Abbe Sauniere inside the church at Rennes-le-Chateau. These 'blue apples' are supposedly related to a curious optical phenomenon that is said to occur at midday on January 17 when the sun shines through a stained-glass window (Jesus Raising Lazarus from the Dead) in the church. On this day, orbs of bluish light appear on the church furnishings before stopping (or fading) on the altar with its bas-relief of Mary Magdalene kneeling in prayer with a skull at her knees.
Sauniere's "heart attack" in 1917 came on the suspicious date of January 17th (St. Anthony's Day)
When Anthony knew when he was going to die, he visited his monks, then retired with his two assistants. He gave strict instructions that he be buried in secret. One of his sheepskins was to be sent to Athanasius as a sign of unity with the esteemed prelate. The other was given to bishop Serapion. He then bid his assistants goodbye, laid down and gave up his ghost. This was on the 17th of January, 356. The saint was 105 years old.