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An oldie but goodie: NEW WORLD RELIGION!

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posted on Nov, 3 2002 @ 07:04 PM

From the site:

Princess Diana and her soon-to-be husband, Dodi Fayed, were fatally injured in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel. The site is ancient, dating back to the time of the Merovingian kings (ca. 500 - 751 A.D.), and before. In pre-Christian times, the Pont de l'Alma was a pagan sacrificial site. Note that in the pagan connotation, at least, sacrifice is not to be confused with murder: the sacrificial victim had to be a willing participant.

In the time of the Merovingian kings, the Pont de l'Alma was an underground chamber. Founder of the Merovingian dynasty was Merovaeus, said to be descended from the union of a sea creature and a French queen. Merovaeus followed the pagan cult of Diana. In Middle English, "soul" (Alma) has as etymology "descended from the sea." "Pont," has as a Latin root "pontifex," meaning a Roman high priest. (See also pons, pontis -- bridge; passage.)"Alma" comes from the Latin "almus," meaning nourishing. One translation of Pont de l'Alma would be "bridge of the soul." Another would be "passage of nourishment." All true European royalty is descended from the Merovingians, which are believed to be descendants of Jesus Christ.

During the Merovingian era, if two kings had a dispute over property, it was settled in combat at Pont de l'Alma. According to legend, anyone killed there goes straight to Heaven and sits at the right hand of God, watching over all his foe was to do. The person killed in combat was actually considered to be the "winner," since he became God's eyes on earth and even could manipulate events.



posted on Nov, 3 2002 @ 11:00 PM
what a splendid pile of nonsense, William -almost every linguistic point wrong and blissfully ignorant of the fact (depite the famous bridge's having military figures around it) that the "Alma" in question was the first great battle of the Crimean war -hence the word has nothing to do with Latin, French, English) in 1854.
The imbeciles responsible missed an opportunity because "alma" is also the Hebrew for virgin/young maiden - and is at the heart of any of the tedious discussions one comes across about whether or not Mary was a virgin or simply a young woman.
That could have fitted the Di tale quite well, methinks.
A good laugh for a Monday morning.

posted on Nov, 3 2002 @ 11:12 PM
They also missed an opportunity with "pontifex" ( not in fact Latin but Etruscan in origin) as this was the title that united state and religion in Caesar's time -a good start for a New World Order.
And of course it is a title of the Pope (the Pontiff) so there's a Catholic plot

posted on Nov, 3 2002 @ 11:13 PM
"pontifex" is the origin of the verb "to pontificate" -to spout dogmatic drivel -which is kind of where this article came in.

posted on Nov, 3 2002 @ 11:15 PM
My dear Estragon that is unless she (Diana) was actually pregnant at the time of her "Accident"??? This would make your Monday morning laugh quite tedious. Especially taking reincarnation into consideration. But you probably do not want to go there. Might I suggest dear Estragon that you buy an island that way you can be pompous and someone will listen.

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