posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 05:44 PM
We live in a world of allegory (the Matrix) and the key to seeing the true nature of this world is to understand the hidden meanings of the words we
see every day. Put on your sunglasses and stop believing in coincidence. Etymology helps to reveal the hidden meanings of some metaphors. For
example, the word “grail” is widely viewed as being derived from the Latin “cratalis”. Plato’s dialogue Cratylus tells us that there
is a “correctness of names” and that words can be disguised by altering their spelling. (In “magic” this is known as casting a “spell”.)
This clearly suggests that Plato’s dialogue Cratylus is much more than the “satire” on etymology that the “experts” have labeled it.
Plato’s Cratylus is a grail (but not “THE Grail”).
It is important to realize though that etymology does not hold all the answers and we also cannot trust many of the etymologies provided by others to
be complete or entirely honest. Each real world idea has multiple metaphors related to it so many etymologies will simply connect one metaphor to
another and not reveal the hidden meaning. For example, we are told that the name “Judas” is ultimately derived from the Hebrew word
“yadah” which means “to celebrate”, but its real meaning should be taken from the Hebrew word “yada‘” which means “to know“.
Another example can be seen in the name “Athens”. Athens was supposedly named for the Goddess Athena (a.k.a. Pallas Athena), but etymologists
don’t go much farther, except to admit that the name is not derived from Greek. Even in Cratylus, Plato goes no farther than to suggest that
the name Athena is intended to mean “the mind of god” which is useless to the literal reader who does not know the real meanings of “mind“ or
“god“. However, in Hebrew we find the word “’athown” which means “donkey”. This connection does not provide any clear indication as
to what the name “Athens” means, but it does indicate the meaning of Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem. The author of the Gospel of
Matthew seems to confirm this connection when he adds a “colt” (Greek “polos”) to his account (Matt. 21:7) which can be understood to suggest
the additional name of “Pallas“. In other words, Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem represents a combining of Greek thought with Jewish
This combining of Greek thought with Judaism is clearly demonstrated in the writings of the Jewish philosopher Philo (20 BCE-50 BCE). The name
“Philo” comes from the Greek word “philos” which means “friend” and this idea can be represented in Hebrew by the word “merea’”.
This connection then suggests that Philo was the “mother” of Christ.
When all the pieces are put together by using “correctness” and by identifying key allusions, a remarkable story emerges. Christianity was
founded by the person Josephus identified as Judas the Galilean, however this original form of Christianity was much closer to Gnosticism.
(Josephus’ writings actually include a masked history of Christianity and this is the “Satan” behind Christ.) It was an interpretive sect that
was opposed to censorship (or “tax collecting“) and exposed many of the secrets related to the allegory of the Old Testament. This resulted in an
“Apocalypse” (uncovering). Philo led a campaign of disinformation by providing misleading allegoric interpretations of the Books of Moses while
others infiltrated the Gnostics and shifted their attention away from their original focus. There is also a clear parallel between Philo and the
subject of Plato’s Ion who confined his “interpretations“ to the writings of Homer. This means that Philo could also be identified as a
“John” (Greek: Ioannes). Philo was a “hermetic” but he did it with “love” which made him a “hermaphrodite”.
The “Jewish” Revolt of 66-70 CE was actually a Christian revolt but Josephus and his “silent” contemporaries Tacitus and Tranquillus removed
the Christians from the “cross” and pretended to place the blame on others. [In describing “baptism“ a Gnostic writer states that
“….(Baptism) is called ‘silence’ because of the quiet and the tranquility.” (The Tripartite Tractate 128:30)] Josephus identifies the
Christian rebels as “zealots” so it is interesting to note that “Zelus” was the “son” of the Greek God “Cratus” who, in turn, was the
“son” of “Pallas”. This war also served as a convenient means to eliminate the true Gnostic Christians and many of their writings. (The mass
“suicide” at Masada represents the destruction of a Gnostic library.)