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Greetings, Ezekial, curious name for a Grail follower...I too went on a Quest that lasted 20 years, covered 60-70 books on the subject, and many, many
This is a partial quote from the website where this project is posted, under a different user name than I use here.
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My Search for The Grail Stone
an essay based on years of research and study...
What was the Grail? There are many theories, some say it is a Cup, used to catch the blood of christ as he hung on the cross....some say it is the
Pagan horn of Plenty, some say it is the Arc of the Covenant, and some say it is a Stone, perhaps the Green Stone, said to be an Emerald that fell
from Satan's crown as he fell to Earth. Some say it is a personal quest, a quest to find the Christed Self within. Interest has peaked with the
upcoming release of the film, "The Da Vinci Code."
Many are taking about the Grail once again, and many are questioning their beliefs and faith because of these new revelations, even though they are
called a work of fiction, there is a lot of truth in the book, Dan Brown did his research well.
In my travels, both physical and astral, I have seen many things. I have become aware of a Device, for lack of a better word, that TPTB have, and have
been using to control us, in many ways, through religious belief, and reality as we all know it. A machine that can create realities. I have come to
believe that the device itself is a stone of great beauty...most likely an Emerald. And it relates to alchemy, which comes from the Arabic.
"The key to life and death is everywhere to be found, but if you do not find it in your own house, you will find it nowhere. Yet, it is before
everyone's eyes; no one can live without it; everyone has used it. The poor usually possess more of it than the rich; children play with it in the
streets. The meek and uneducated esteem it highly, but the privileged and learned often throw it away. When rejected, it lies dormant in the bowels of
the earth. It is the only thing from which the Philosopher's Stone can be prepared, and without it, no noble metal can ever be created."
"When the answer cannot be put into words, neither can the question be put into words.The riddle does not exist.If a question can be framed at all,
it is also possible to answer it." these words were taught me in my childhood. The Grail is dangerous, and powerful, and is not to be fooled with. We
first hear of the Grail in the Legend of Parzival...en.wikipedia.org...
According to the Bible, the two tablets of stone constituting the "testimony" or evidence of God's covenant with the people (Deuteronomy 31:26)
were kept within the Ark itself. The Tanakh states in I Kings 8:9 that there "was nothing in the ark save the two tables of stone". Some see this as
contradictory with other verses, claiming the presence of the "pot of manna" (Ex. 16:34), and "Aaron's rod that budded" (Num. 17:25) before the
Ark (Heb. 9:4 - in the Ark). The items were placed "before the Ark with the testimony"; the correct meaning of that phrase is open to
Sanctity and consecration
Even Aaron, brother of Moses and the High Priest, was forbidden to enter the place of the Ark too often. He was enjoined to enter the Holy of Holies
only once per year on a designated day, and to perform certain ceremonies there (Lev. 16). Moses was directed to consecrate the Ark, when completed,
with the oil of holy ointment (Ex. 30:23-26); and he was also directed to have the Ark made by Bezaleel, son of Uri of the tribe of Judah, and by
Aholiab, the son of Ahisamach of the tribe of Dan (Ex. 31:2-7). These instructions Moses carried out, calling upon "every wisehearted" one among the
people to assist in the work (Ex. 35:10-12). Bezaleel the artist made the Ark (Ex. 37:1); and Moses approved the work, put the testimony in the Ark,
and installed it.
In Deut. 10:1-5 a different account of the making of the Ark is given. Moses is made to say that he constructed the Ark before going upon Mount Sinai
to receive the second set of tablets. The charge of carrying the Ark and the rest of the holy implements was given to the family of Kohath (of the
tribe of Levi). They, though, were not to touch any of the holy things that were still uncovered by Aaron (Num. 4:2-15).
The Ark of the Covenant is mentioned by prophets in both the Bible and the Qur'an.
In the Bible
The Ark carried into the TempleThe only mention of the Ark in the books of the prophets is the reference to it by Jeremiah, who, speaking in the days
of Josiah (Jer. 3:16), prophesies a time when the Ark will no longer be needed because of the righteousness of the people. In the Psalms, the Ark is
twice referred to. In Ps. 78:61 its capture by the Philistines is spoken of, and the Ark is called "the strength and glory of God"; and in Ps.
132:8, it is spoken of as "the ark of the strength of the Lord."
In the Qur'an
According to some Muslim scholars, the Ark of the Covenant does not have a religious basis in Islam and Islam does not give it any special
significance while others believe that it will be found by Mahdi near the end of times. These Islamic scholars believe inside there will be relics
left by the people of Moses and the people of Aaron. There might be the sceptres of Moses (eg., Nehushtan), Aaron's rod, Plates of the Torah, and
In contrast to the general consensus and view of historians (that supposes that the Ark was taken away and destroyed), different traditions about the
ultimate fate of the Ark include the intentional concealing of the Ark under the Temple Mount, the removal of the Ark from Jerusalem in advance of the
Babylonians (this variant usually ends up with the Ark in Ethiopia), the removal of the Ark by the Ethiopian prince Menelik I (purported son of King
Solomon and the Queen of Sheba), removal by Jewish priests during the reign of Manasseh, and the miraculous removal of the Ark by divine intervention
(C.f. 2 Chronicles).
It may interest the reader to know that the King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid, the volume or cubic capacity of the Coffer in the King's chamber is
exactly the same volume to the Ark of the Covenant as described in the Bible. Could there be some common measurement that was used that goes back to
antiquity? Could there be some common builders involved? It has also been shown that the "pyramid inch", which is discussed in our pyramidology
sections, is the same unit of measurement that was used to build "Noah's Ark, "Solomon's Temple", and the "Ark of the Covenant". Solomon's
Temple dimensions are used even today in Masonic Temples all over the world. We know from the Bible the ark was made of acacia wood and lined inside
and out with gold. What we have here is two conductors separated by an insulator. That is a capacitor. It has been calculated that this Ark might have
been able to act as a capacitor and was able to produce an electric discharge of over 500 volts. Thus, this would cause the type of phenomena
mentioned in the Bible associated with the Ark. Why did the Israelite army always march to war with the Ark in the front? There is much interesting
The Manna Machine
The Ancient of Days
n the Zohar, two engineers, George Sassoon and Rodney Dale, "found a detailed physical description of a god named the 'Ancient of Days'. The
androgynous god consisted of a male part and a female part, which is quite typical of mystery religions. What struck Sassoon and Dale as truly odd
about the god was the fact that it appeared to be a god that could be taken to pieces and reassembled."
- Brad Steiger, Worlds Before Our Own
"As described in the texts, the Ancient of Days is a complicated physical structure. Some people think that it may have been an intricately-carved
idol, captured from a non-Jewish people, which was kept secret because the Jews did not allow idol worship; others dismiss the whole thing as a
- George Sassoon and Rodney Dale, The Manna Machine
"The minute details of this procedure caused the two scientists to 'look closely at the texts, uncluttered by peripheral verbiage, and to decide
that there was a high probability that they describe not a god but a machine in anthropomorphic terms.'"
- Brad Steiger, Worlds Before Our Own
"In Aramaic, the title [Ancient of Days] is attik yomin (OThIQ IVMIN), and in Hebrew attik yomim (OThIQ IMIM). The first word comes from the word
attak (OThQ), to remove or transport; it is used several times in the Bible, mostly with that meaning. The form attik would then mean 'transporting'
or possibly ' that which is transported'."
"The second word in the title is IVMIN or IMIM, supposed to mean '(of the) days'. Now the word IVM, pronounced 'yom', does mean 'day'...But
there is another word in Hebrew, IM, pronounced 'yam'. This means 'sea'. In the plural, both words are spelt the same, IMIM. If pronounced
'yomim', this means days, and if 'yamim', seas. From this, we discover that OThIQ IMIM can mean Ancient of Days, but is could also mean
Transportable One of the Seas..."
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By the way, I am the author in that forum.
The Search for the Grail is a time consuming, long and difficult search project that takes you all over the world. I too believe that the Grail, the
true Grail is a Holy bloodline, the bloodline of Christ and Mary, and I want you too look and see what TPTB have done with that bloodline. What began
as Kings, now are Premiers, and Presidents.