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The Nine Unknowns

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posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 09:01 PM
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Originally posted by Nygdan


ALso, the general story of the Nines, with them updating their books (immortal? or perhaps they have an apprentice who carries on the work each generation) sounds very much like the story behind Rosicrucianism, with (i think) 12 adepts going around the world seperately, collecting knowlege in a particular study area, then meeting in confernce, combining the information, initiating an apprentice to carry on the work.


[edit on 30-4-2006 by Nygdan]


I am curious if they find the apprentice or the apprentice finds them?

As far as the nine in the NUK or 12 in Rosicrucianism, I wonder if their is thought of them ever meeting? Or again does one become apprentice by man or other means..?




posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 10:41 PM
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Peter Levenda deals with this subject a little bit more in a modern day context, in the first volume of his Sinister Forces trilogy, Sinister Forces A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft Book 1 The Nine.

The main focus of the book is how the OSS, CIA, FBI and a few other agencies had links with members of the OTO and Thule society and the links with Jack Parsons, Crowely and other interesting characters. The area of interest the Gov guys were primarily interested in was the 1st book of the Nine.
Some of this information would come via a Medium and a group dedicated to contacting the Nine Unknowns.

"The first of these books is said to have been devoted to the
technique of propaganda and psychological warfare. "The most
dangerous of all sciences," wrote Mundy, "is that of moulding mass
opinion, because it would enable anyone to govern the whole
world."

It touches on the History of the Nine Unknowns and then focuses in detail on how a group of people in 1953 would get together and channel The Nine Unknowns, and their relationship with the occult, and gov agencies.

This group known as Round Table foundation consisted of Henry Jackson, Georgia Jackson, Alice Bouverie, Marcel Du Pont, Carl Betz, Vonnie Beck, Arthur Young and Andrija Puharich. Dr Vinod acted as the Medium. Apparently The Nine would eventually reveal themselves as Aliens.

Is a good read and the links between these people Goverment agencies, occultic orders and the Mk ultra stuff is of interest also.

The key Characters are Andrija Puharich Arthur Young Dr Vinod and even old Uri Gellar gets a mention.

Also for giggles

Sammy Hagar and THE NINE

"there have been three or four other contacts with the same group of people. I don't know who the # they are, but I've narrowed them down to a people called the Nine, who are called that because they're from the Ninth Dimension. I've named my publishing company the Nine Music after them."

www.roadrun.com...



posted on Feb, 15 2007 @ 11:48 PM
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From what i understand, ive heard this more than once, martial arts originated because peasants in parts of Asia were not allowed to own weapons, so they developed a lethal type of hand to hand combat and combat using their farming and everyday tools.
Ive not heard the Indian dancing theory but that doesnt mean there isnt some merit to it.
Your post does sound very interesting lockhead, it also indirectly mentions aclhemy.


Originally posted by Nygdan
That sounds fascinating. I can't add anything specific to it, other than to comment that, clearly, people in asokas time wouldn't've known about microbes, gravity, etc.

Oriental martial arts are thought by some to have originated from Indian dance however. Make intuitive sense to me looking at poses like these:

nla.gov.au...
www.indian-dance.de...

And india does have its own martial arts too
www.atributetohinduism.com...

ALso, the general story of the Nines, with them updating their books (immortal? or perhaps they have an apprentice who carries on the work each generation) sounds very much like the story behind Rosicrucianism, with (i think) 12 adepts going around the world seperately, collecting knowlege in a particular study area, then meeting in confernce, combining the information, initiating an apprentice to carry on the work.


i.e., propaganda, could be formulated

Most western governments had ministries of propaganda, and of course Weishaupt was very much concerned with the "science" of influencing the mind. I don't think that its too out of date for someone in the '20s to note that propaganda is paramount, especially in british run colonial india.

[edit on 30-4-2006 by Nygdan]


[edit on 15-2-2007 by Kr0n0s]



posted on Jul, 1 2010 @ 03:19 AM
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we can learn alot from the story of asoka



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