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In this respect, the United States resembles Israel: Successes attributed to the Mossad should often be credited to other intelligence units - first and foremost Unit 8200, the Israeli equivalent of the NSA.
Originally posted by catinthebox
DoD Instruction 5105.58, “Management of Measurement and Signature Intelligence
(MASINT),” February 9, 1993 (hereby canceled)
The antennas on the human figure are reminiscent of a Egyptian hieroglyph in the tomb of Ramesses IX depicting a scarab beetle vying for the sun as though it were a ball of dung. Related: Large Hadron Collider, dark matter
The size of the hands resembles that of a 13-year-old boy, but considering they were probably smaller in size, it is speculated that they could be a few years older, and marked their advancement into manhood by stamping their hands on the walls of this sacred cave.
More disturbingly, i was driving home from meeting friends one night, and i ALWAYS drive home a certain way. Well, this night (and i had not been drinking at all or using drugs or anything), i suddenly found myself on an entrance to the freeway and i didnt even know about this particular entrance, or how i happened to get there - (as i never go home this way) - and it felt like someone had taken over my brain or something/blacked me out, and driven the car for me. This really disturbed me as i worried about the danger of it. Luckily it hasnt happened since. But i didnt want to be on the freeway, so i took the next exit off the freeway (which they must have known i would do) and this took me right past a funeral parlour. There was a guy standing on the lawn out the front. I cant explain but i just had this FEELING, that i was deliberately directed to drive past this place, and that it was a threat/or warning to me, to back off all of the stuff im interested in/conspiracy stuff. mainly to do with archaeology.
source: King Kill 33° by James Shelby Downard
Mystical toponomy incorporates word wizardry (onomatology) and the Masonic science of symbolism.
An Encyclopædia of Freemasonry and Its Kindred Sciences by Albert G. Mackey
Of all the objects which constitute the Masonic science of symbolism, the most important, the most cherished by Masons, and by far the most significant, is the Temple of Jerusalem. The spiritualizing of the Temple is the first, the most prominent, and the most pervading of all symbols of Freemasonry. It is that which most emphatically gives it its religious character. Take from Freemasonry its dependence on the Temple; leave out of its ritual all reference to that sacred edifice, and to the legends and traditions connected with it, and the system itself would at once decay and die, or at best remain only as some fossilized bone, serving merely to show the nature of the once living body to which it had belonged.
Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events which are causally unrelated occurring together in a supposedly meaningful manner. In order to count as synchronicity, the events should be unlikely to occur together by chance.
The concept does not question, or compete with, the notion of causality. Instead, it maintains that just as events may be grouped by cause, they may also be grouped by their meaning. Since meaning is a complex mental construction, subject to conscious and subconscious influence, not every correlation in the grouping of events by meaning needs to have an explanation in terms of cause and effect.
The idea of synchronicity is that the conceptual relationship of minds, defined as the relationship between ideas, is intricately structured in its own logical way and gives rise to relationships that are not causal in nature. These relationships can manifest themselves as simultaneous occurences that are meaningfully related—the cause and the effect occur together.
Synchronous events reveal an underlying pattern, a conceptual framework which encompasses, but is larger than, any of the systems which display the synchronicity. The suggestion of a larger framework is essential in order to satisfy the definition of synchronicity as originally developed by Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung.
Jung coined the word to describe what he called "temporally coincident occurrences of acausal events." Jung variously described synchronicity as an "acausal connecting principle", "meaningful coincidence" and "acausal parallelism". Jung introduced the concept as early as the 1920s but only gave a full statement of it in 1951 in an Eranos lecture and in 1952, published a paper, Synchronicity — An Acausal Connecting Principle, in a volume with a related study by the physicist (and Nobel laureate) Wolfgang Pauli.
It was a principle that Jung felt gave conclusive evidence for his concepts of archetypes and the collective unconscious, in that it was descriptive of a governing dynamic that underlies the whole of human experience and history—social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual. Events that happen which appear at first to be coincidence but are later found to be causally related are termed as "incoincident".
Jung believed that many experiences that are coincidences due to chance in terms of causality suggested the manifestation of parallel events or circumstances in terms of meaning, reflecting this governing dynamic.
One of Jung's favourite quotes on synchronicity was from Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll, in which the White Queen says to Alice: "It's a poor sort of memory that only works backwards".
Synchronicity is not the same thing as coincidence which are what the cited example are.
Synchronicity: An Acausal Connecting Principle by C.G. Jung, par. 967-968
...Meaningful coincidences are thinkable as pure chance. But the more they multiply and the greater and more exact the correspondence is, the more their probability sinks and their unthinkability increases, until they can no longer be regarded as pure chance but, for lack of a causal explanation, have to be thought of as meaningful arrangements. As I have already said, however, their "inexplicability" is not due to the fact that the cause is unknown, but to the fact that a cause is not even thinkable in intellectual terms. This is necessarily the case when space and time lose their meaning or have become relative, for under those circumstances a causality which presupposes space and time for its continuance can no longer be said to exist and becomes altogether unthinkable.
For these reasons it seems to me necessary to introduce, alongside space, time, and causality, a category which not only enables us to understand synchronistic phenomena as a special class of natural events, but also takes the contingent partly as universal factor existing from all eternity, and partly as the sum of countless individual acts of creation occurring in time.
I swear some ppl hear take stuff to the extreme