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Greetings from Lincoln in England to all out there

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posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 04:45 AM
Hello and welcome.

I really look forward for your threads and ideas.

Have fun and i'll see you around

posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:33 AM
reply to post by JoeDaShom

Thanks for the welcome, fella!
Wonderin' what you particular interests are in all this stuff? Maybe I've tackled some?

posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:35 AM
reply to post by Phantom traveller

Thanks for the welcome. If you let me know what particular interests you may have, maybe I've encountered or tackled some? I've quite a variety, believe me!

posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 07:54 AM
Hey Dan!
I'll call you Dan as that is the pen name of the writer of whose work I have been reading!
And Its a great name btw

Anyway, I have a strong interest in the history of the templers and I noticed this is your passion!


I havn't read all your work obviously!...That would be silly as I only saw it yesterday! hehe, so if its in your work already I apologise!

Rabbit!! this the secret to opening these stargates or portals at these sacred sites? mention one at glastonbury Tor!, I have visited the Tor myself and I had so much fun there it was a great trip!
I struggled with the gravity pull the hill had on me which was amazing!....oh dear I digress!

This language!...Rabbit!!...what do you know?

posted on Aug, 6 2011 @ 01:03 PM
The term 'Rabbit language' was coined by a Templar researcher barry Walker a few years back who was working for a film Company attempting a Knights Templar video series - they folded after about three owing to finances.
I prefer the term 'The Green language' of the reasons I chose the name Dan Green..Fulcanelli coined it as the coded language of the Gothic cathedrals...Well, I've gone one step even further back, to the 'Lost Mother Tongue'...perhaps I shouldn't call it that now that I found it! It's a form of what we call esperanto, that can link up languages and sciences into a cybernetic fashion...when I've access to starting my own threads I'll probably announce it on one of them, so you'll have to wait. i wrote all about it in the monthly UK magazine 'Paranormal' issue 60 'The Mother of All Codes'. Suffice to say, you may want to view it as a coded technique of which the Templars and Masonc must've known a little of in order to have coded some of their work.

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