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Let's see if I can put this into perspective for you..
See this? It's called the Masonic tracing board. It can teach you things about the human body. Now, the Pineal gland, is situated directly between the
two hemispheres of the brain, which are embodied with the concept of "Law of Opposites". One side of the brain is more artistic and creative, while
the other is scientific and logical. This is embodied in the two towers, one capped with the Sun, and the other capped with the Moon; hence the Law of
Now when you take that into account and apply it to the human body, it would make sense that the All-Seeing Eye, would be situated directly between
the Towers of the Sun & Moon, just like your Pineal gland, or Third Eye, is situated between the two opposite brain hemispheres.
Your whole body is like this.
The building of King Solomon's temple, which is the name of the Sun in three languages, is an allegory to some about the 'Temple of Man'.
The 'Eye' was to be equated with the 'Holy of Holies' from what I am aware.
This will be the second to last picture of this post. Just maybe it will put things into perspective for you.
See, the little chakras? Another correlation would be the 7 chakras, and 7 stars of Pleiades, just like the tracing board.
105) Jesus said, "He who knows the father and the mother will be called the son of a harlot." (106) Jesus said, "When you make the two one, you will
become the sons of man, and when you say, 'Mountain, move away,' it will move away."
From the Gospel of Thomas, the father and the mother, are not talking about your literal father and mother, but your heavenly ones; Sun & Moon. Note
the little quote : "When you make the two one", this is the symbolism behind the double headed eagle, and also this last sign which I am sure you are
Now I am almost done, so bare with me....You have heard of Aum/Om right? Of course, you have with all your spiritual enlightenment over me, you must
have. It's the mystical sound which has origins in Sanskrit and Hinduism... Have you ever seen the symbol, though? No matter, here it is for you.
See the big number 3, with the Sun inside of the Crescent Moon? Well, gee, what do ya know?!?! This is the same sound produced by monks during
meditation, because the vibration of 'Aum/Om' stimulates the Pineal Gland..
Now, what else is a symbol of Sanskrit/Hindu origins? The swastika, which is another symbol combining two opposites, to form the unity.
Now just a few more moments of your time, and I will be done. Have you ever seen the Masonic square and compass? Possibly? Well, it's the same thing.
Leonardo da Vinci drew the Vitruvian man inside a squared circle which is the goal of many masons, "Squaring the circle."
The square represents the finite and limited human body, while the soul represents the higher self, the soul, and it's limitless potential as a part
of the unified 'whole' of God.
Now just maybe, when you can form a now educated response to this, we can have a reasonable discussion without all of the unneeded ad hominem attacks,
what do you say?
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