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Originally posted by egregore
Religious or not, this documentary is fascinating! This film brings to light what Washington D.C. is really all about. Get ready for a WILD ride!
DC Street Sorcery
This film had the same effect on me that reading Bryan Kemila's Illuminati Matrix had... ABSOLUTELY MIND BLOWING!!!
Please share your thoughts...
Christopher Wren is remembered as the chief architect of modern London, but his assistant, Nicholas Hawksmoor, towers above him in occult circles thanks to his 12 churches built in accordance with the 1711 Act. These made a break from the traditional Gothic style and introduced a new and alien geometric vocabulary of obelisks, pyramids and cubes. His supposedly morbid interest in pagan cultures and pre-Christian worshiphave helped darken his reputation.
Hawksmoor’s churches are based on a layout of intersecting axes and rectangles, which he described as being based on the “rules of the Ancients”. His work borrows from Egypt, Greece and Rome – all revered by the Freemasons – and often in a grand manner. The nave of St George’s Bloomsbury church is a perfect cube, with a tower in the shape of a pyramid. Seven of the keystones are decorated with flames, the eighth bears the Hebrew name of God inside a triangular plaque surrounded by a sunburst; the symbolism of this is obscure. Hawksmoor’s St Mary Woolnoth is based on the idea of a cube within a cube.
This has represented the squaring of the circle from ancient times, which takes us back to the ideal proportions of Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man… and, of course, the Freemasons. But it is the geographical alignment of Hawksmoor’s churches as much as their architecture and ornate leitmotifs that has provoked speculation, starting with Iain Sinclair’s book-length prose-poem Lud Heat in 1975. This describes how Hawksmoor’s churches form regular triangles and pentacles, and “guard, mark or rest upon” the City’s sources of occult power. Sinclair even provides maps to prove the alignments, which he considers a clear sign of Hawksmoor’s true Satanic affiliation.
Originally posted by polarwarrior
The geometric universe, platonic geometries throughout nature e.g. Hurricanes eye, zp phi spin path, all is vibration, cymatics and much more.... The hidden knowledge is no longer just for the controllers.
We are now in the Apocalypse which translates as “the revealing or “the lifting of the veil between truth and secrecy” and the truths of secret societies such as the freemasons are now out in the open for those who have eyes to see.
The platonic solids
Commenly used is the star form of the tetrahedron, which is just two tetrahedrons. Here is how they are derived from the flower of life.
Then from Metatron’s cube...
Named after the Greek philosopher Plato who made them famous for associating them with the classical elements, they actually go back much further than Plato’s time.
The Platonic solids have been known since antiquity. Ornamented models of them can be found among the carved stone balls created by the late neolithic people of Scotland at least 1000 years before Plato (Atiyah and Sutcliffe 2003). Dice go back to the dawn of civilization with shapes that augured formal charting of Platonic solids
Archeological researchers Jeffrey Goodman and A.M. Davie have dated the above stone polyhedra to as far back as 20,000 B.C, they speculate they might have been used as projectiles in hunting and warfare, but the accuracy of carving makes this unlikely.
Historian Lucie Lamy provides evidence of the knowledge about the platonic solids in Egypt as early as the Egyptian Old Kingdom, 2500 B.C.
The Roman dodecahedra is shown below
The above two objects remain a complete mystery.
The function or use of the dodecahedra remains a mystery; no mention of them has been found in contemporary accounts or pictures of the time. Speculated uses include candlesticks (wax was found inside one example); dice; survey instruments; that they were used to calibrate water pipes; and army standard bases. It has also been suggested that they may have been religious artifacts of some kind. This latter speculation is based on the fact that most of the examples have been found in Gallo-Roman sites
Perhaps the best answer Ive heard is that they actually originated from the druids and were later seized by the Romans. To read more about the possible druidic origins of these mysterious objects visit Druidic Dodecahedra?
Evidence of platonic geometries
Note the top and bottom of the icosahedrons are hexagonal
Starting with the most famous here we have a hexagon on the north pole of Saturn, first spotted from the voyager flyby thirty years ago.
Cassini got some great images in 2009 shown below
It has since been recreated in their labs, but not explained. Any avid alternative researcher knows that it occurs and how to re-create it, but they havn’t explained why the phenomena occurs in the first place. They won’t be able to sufficiently using a freemason manipulated paradigm.
Such polygonal formations have been observed in the center of major hurricanes on Earth, says Barbosa Aguiar, though they quickly dissipate. “Most planetary scientists are not aware of how ubiquitous these sorts of patterns are in fluid dynamics.”
Many are probably aware of the Becker/Hagen’s grid maps which is what you get when an icosahedron is superimposed over a globe shown below. The lines correspond to things like lay lines, seismic fracture zones or animal migration paths and the points correspond to things like the Bermuda triangle or the devils sea of Japan (I think its so bad the Jap authorities might have declared it a no go zone).
Sanderson was the first to seriously look for a correlation between these anomalies, he found they were not randomly spaced over the globe, but rather conformed to platonic geometry.
Sanderson worked on this puzzle with several associates throughout the 60s and into the 70s. He tackled huge volumes of data, mostly from anomalous reports declared by hundreds of pilots and mariners, and systematically organized them.
Using statistical analysis to crunch all the data together, concerning all the different places where these events occurred on the globe, Sanderson was able to derive twelve common points of anomalous occurrence on the Earth.
Amazingly, these twelve points were all equally, harmonically spaced from each other!
More amazingly, they make an icosahedron! Dr. Hagens and Dr. Becker picked up the work started by Sanderson.
A group of Russian scientists Nikolai Goncharov, a historian, Vyacheslav Morozov, an engineer and Valery Makarov, an electronics specialist added to it the dodecahedron to get the map below.
In nature we have the Circogonia icosahedra, a species of Radiolaria
wiki article on Radiolaria en.wikipedia.org...
Is the universe a dodecahedron?
Oct 8, 2003
The standard model of cosmology predicts that the universe is infinite and flat. However, cosmologists in France and the US are now suggesting that space could be finite and shaped like a dodecahedron instead. They claim that a universe with the same shape as the twelve-sided polygon can explain measurements of the cosmic microwave background – the radiation left over from the big bang – that spaces with more mundane shapes cannot (J-P Luminet et al. 2003 Nature 425 593).
Btw, Plato ascribed the Dodecahedron to “the heavens” or the universe.