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Deciphering the Pagan Stones

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posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 06:16 PM
This was the first thing that came out to start the investigation process :

Hathor Hath Ore that let you Soar but you gotta Oar with all Fours
I Heard from the Score that Bore More with Forlorn Lore
about the Horn of Scorn from which I was Born.

That's Right I'm Talkin to the Children of the Corn this Morn
you know them as the Worn Norns that Torn up this Porn
and Open the Door to the Hearth Core

Note references to Mining, horn, "3", feminism, etc.

Ore lets you Soar ? Winged Cow
Score = Musical reference

Oar with all Fours = Cosmic Cow in the Sky "Oars" or swims across the sky.
4 Sea-Sons, 4 Cardinal directions, 4 elements, etc etc

Hearth Core = Flames, Smelting, Cooking , the Heart (Oven of Lovin)

Oracular, Oracle, Oral

(Ore Ora) = Mining / Talking references

Mine Mind which we Mined this Time to Find
Thine Divine Sign of the Sine as it Unwind as a Lime Vine of Twine.

Ha it's Thor that I Adore - call it the Odor of Theodore that I Implore
in this Chorus Chore of the Horus Orcas that Hoard this Doric Door of Oracular Lore with a Roar.

Mine Mind = my Mind
Divine Sign of the Sine (from the mind) = Brainwaves
Lime Vine of Twine = Coiled Serpent (of the mind)

Hathor = Ha + Thor
Chorus = Musical reference
Adore = A Door
Thor = Þórr = Doric Door of Oracular Lore with a Roar
Odor of Theodore? O Door of The O Door?
O = Sacred Serpent, Zero, Nothing (Sine), or Whole Hole

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 06:27 PM
Just showing the methods to my madness here:::

Blue "Ba'al" :::

Madam Hel and Blue Bell Creameries
Check the logo.

Texas Bluebell Flowers

"Eustoma is named after the Greek words eu, which means beautiful, and stoma, which means mouth"

"Beautiful Mouth" ? I agree!! It's the Oracular Oracle of Ore!

Connects to Gentian
The Gentle Gent?
Gen (Jin Djinn) - Tiana

Tiana (disambig)

"Tyana (moth), a genus of moths"

Tiana (Disney)

"Tiana is a fictional main character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 49th animated feature film The Princess and the Frog (2009)."
"Tiana is loosely based on Princess Emma, the heroine of E. D. Baker's novel The Frog Princess, and the princess who appears in The Brothers Grimm fairy tale by which the book was inspired. "

That's Emma of the Frost I Accost

"The main character in the 1996 novel The Book of Ti'ana"

Also check Tiara (crown)

"Gentiana" ? "Ti'ana" ?
Gen + Ti'Ana

Just broke the codes through the odes,
get a load of this royal Toad I towed outta the commode.
(The rhyme explains what is going on as usual)

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 06:33 PM
But we Started with "Hathor"?
Right because Hathor was related to Mining Ore (Oracular Lore) through the "Beautiful Mouth" the Bluebell Flower!

So I am "channeling info through a Flower from within my Heart-Mind-Spirit" that is "Figurative" and not actually physically real at least that we can tell. But it gives what? A tap into the inner node of knowed.

So it connects with Anna, Emma, etc.
The "Frog" from the Princess and the Frog, is actually "Thor":

He says "Safegaurding the Gems" because why?

HaThor the Cow Goddess is a Mining Goddess
Hah-Heh-Huh is the Frog Deity
(Both are Egyptian deities Hah and Hathor)

So "Ha it's Thor".

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 06:57 PM
Noted some interesting things about a very common word:

"Mining" Goddess?
Or "My Ning" Goddess?
Or "My Nin G" (G=God=Gem)?


"Its literal meaning means "peace""

Nion and Nin

"costud síde "establishing of peace"
bág ban "boast of women"
bág maise "boast of beauty"

Ok so what am I doing here? "Boasting of the Beauty of this Woman to Establish Peace"?
Actually in a few ways, yes....

least two Irish words nin, meaning "part of a weaver's loom", and "a wave".

Fruit of the Moon = Cheddar (Golden Cow)
A Wave = Crescent, Sine, Brainwaves
A Wave / Away (Because the Goddess is A Way and Far Away)

used as a synonym of cross, and the word seems to be roughly synonymous with gabul "fork, forked branch"

The second nin seems to be cognate with Welsh nen "roof, heaven", with a meaning of "loftiness", with an adjective ninach "lofty".

The kennings are explained by the glossators that weavers' beams were erected as signs of peace.

The "arboreal" tradition claims the word as ash-tree, concluding that looms were made of ashwood. In some instances, the association with ashwood, which is best known as the raw material for spears""

Fork? Forked Tongue of the Serpent.
Forked Branch? Tree.
Ash references...

Spear-It (Spirit - WhiSper It)
Peer with the Ear


NIN in Cuneiform

"translated as "lady". Other translations include "queen", "mistress", "proprietress", and "lord".[1]

DNIN.GAL ("great lady"), DÉ.NIN.GAL ("lady of the great temple"),
NIN.DINGIR ("divine lady" or "lady of [a] god"),

Now check this one out:

"Nin-Nin, a character in the erotic anime and manga series La Blue Girl"

La Blue Girl

Nin-Nin = La Blue Girl ? (Blue Ba'al)


"Nina is a feminine given name of Spanish and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Nina is "little girl; great-granddaughter".[1] In Europe it is a short form of names such as Marina and Katharina.[2] Another meaning: God was gracious or God has shown favor in Hebrew; nice in Persian; beautiful eyes in Hindi; mother in Swahili; strong or mighty in Native American culture; friend in Arabic, flower in Old Greek, and fire in Quechua."

Flower in Old Greek ? = Blue Ba'al
"beautiful eyes" ? = Eyes Scream (Ice Cream) LOL!


Nena of Nata and Nena, Aztec mythical figure

Nena Supercontinent

"Nuna" is the Supercontinent of "Columbia", it claimed btw.

"Columbia" was the original name they wanted to call "America", but went with this name instead obviously.
So we have the famous "Columbus" story of the Three Ships:

La Niña

Nina Pinta Santa Maria -
Little Girl, The Painted, and Holy Mary.

(Shhhh that's the 3 Ladies)

So "My Nin G" is not just a schizo freak out.
It was a marvelous revelation of hidden possibilities that sit right in front of us everywhere.
It even explains and connects directly with the earlier Hathor-Hah-Thor stuff...

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 07:01 PM
Prints = Clues

So Prints / Prince = Clues?

Blue's Clues
Their logo ? Prints!

" The character Blue was originally conceived as a cat, and the name of the show was to be "Blue's Prints", but the show's name was changed and Blue became a dog because Nickelodeon was already producing a show about a cat.[1]"

Note they were going to call it "Blue's Prints" ?
That's uncanny because I had gotten here by turning "Prince" into "Prints" than into "Clues".

Now go connect the dots between all of these posts I just made.
Starting with the "Prince Love Symbol" post on the prior page.
Reread these posts at least 4 times until you fully grasp what I just posted.

posted on Mar, 15 2014 @ 07:03 PM
That was the full process it took to reach "Prince's Symbol" starting with merely the name "Hathor".

It's not a coincidence actually, but to find a fuller picture we would need to check all of the side links in depth for additional "Prints".

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:00 AM

On the left hand side, halfway down is the sheep I was thinking of:

If you look closely at the bottom right, there appears to be one of the stranger Pict symbols, the 'flower'.

Would it be unreasonable to think that it might also be a 'name', given it's position to the riders? In this case the name of the country they came from? It's just a thought, but it looks more like a tree on this stone, and so maybe a specific tree representing a country. I'll check the most obvious countries first.

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 07:02 AM
reply to post by muzzleflash

Now go connect the dots between all of these posts I just made.
Starting with the "Prince Love Symbol" post on the prior page.
Reread these posts at least 4 times until you fully grasp what I just posted.

Thank you Muzz

I'll definitely read it a few times. It is Hathor, isn't it? I'm sure it is.

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:44 AM
reply to post by beansidhe

I know you will read it, what I would like though is for other members to read it slowly and closely.

First of all, I've never heard anyone talk the way I do.
Yet somehow all of these things appear in modern pop culture ??

That means others do know about these things, yet it's hidden in plain sight.
'They' apparently don't ever like to discuss it publicly.

I wasn't even looking for Hathor's Hair.
I was just playing around to show off to you personally to be honest.
Now even I don't know what to make of the glaring statistical anomaly.

It sure has me Dazed and Confused, this is for certain!

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 09:53 AM
reply to post by beansidhe

I'm sorry that there is no way to link all that info and add ideas without it becoming a series of long posts.
Every time I start posting really good info I feel distressed and embarrassed because of the way society is.
The way our Internet communities are...everyone wants info in bite size bits that take less than 1 minute of effort.

I would have been posting tons more content on all sorts of topics over the last several months...
If I didn't feel like a complete reject for being me and wanting to share what I know....

It's frustrating.

I assume I am being scrutinized closely by 'watchers', but the lack of response is simply maddening at times.

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 10:27 AM
reply to post by muzzleflash

That does sound frustrating and please don't feel like anyone on this thread will judge you or think badly of you for wanting to help.
We all have the same goal here and that is to figure out what these stones are saying. Ramcheck has already said that he wants to compile a list and think about what is shown where, Logarock is brilliant at making connections with similar artwork and motifs from other areas, Danbones took it from a different angle again.
Some posters have come for a shorter time and added input which is vital in it's own way.
There is no right or wrong way to think about them, and the proof of that is they have never been decoded. The only things we can be certain about is that they show Phoenician/Dan/Med influences, that they appear in very specific locations ie Pictland and that perhaps the change from 'Paganism' to Christianity was very different than we have been led to believe.
They really are confusing, but I know we can do this!

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 11:00 AM
reply to post by beansidhe

The thing is, the methods for actually finding good answers are generally unconventional.
It "looks like insanity" if you don't actually read it really closely and check the links and "envision" all of the themes.

For example I feel automatically in a position to have to defend why I even was talking about Hathor.
You brought it up and I am really interested in that subject. I was just showing my unique process to uncover insights of an unbelievable nature, that are actually factual and set in stone so to speak. I didn't know what would happen until I started working it out, and "listening within" for additional insight.

Like "Prince = Prints = Clues" , that was a novel and spontaneous discovery.
That's how my "Methodology works", I am using the "Scientific method" and playing by a "set of rules" in order to achieve "creative breakthroughs" that can lead to some extremely bizarre revelations.

My posts cannot explain things simply, they are interwoven over months of time, drawing on each other.
I am addressing a much larger issue overall, which really touches upon everything we can think of.

In a few ways that serves as a link between "what I am doing", and "the main goal of your thread".
At least I think your ultimate goal is to "find out where we all come from and why things are the way they are".
Is this correct or am I going too far?

I'm stuck in a Catch 22 and have been for awhile.
I want to post info so badly sometimes, but hold back usually.
I truly believe anyone who reads it closely without prejudice will have their mind blown, especially if they have been reading at least a portion of my other recent writings for context. I just want to share the "fix" that makes me feel good, I wish it made other's feel good too.

I can't understand why it doesn't get other people exited.
I am not infinitely strong. Oh well.

I will try to stop complaining now and attempt to enjoy today.
I need to realize how Blessed I am that you have responded to me several times this week.
And you are nice to let me post a really 'Wyrd' series of seemingly unrelated info that turns out to be totally related.
It takes a lot of posts to achieve that though, it cannot be done in just a few opinions or a link or two.

edit on 16-3-2014 by muzzleflash because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 08:19 PM

reply to post by muzzleflash

perhaps the change from 'Paganism' to Christianity was very different than we have been led to believe.

Jenny Butler is a Paganism researcher, you might find this interesting (along with her other work and videos, if you need help finding them just shout) In this video she talks about the transition from Paganism to Christianity. She believes that it didn't go as smoothly as it may have been perceived, she talks of Druids having their tongues ripped out.

posted on Mar, 16 2014 @ 10:23 PM
reply to post by muzzleflash

Funny you say wyrd. I was just reading about weavers in mythology and wyrd is one of the fates. Ariadne the daughter of Minos was a weaver. The symbol of the goddess of Minoan civ was the labyr. The double headed axe. I think that two of them together make the iron cross.

The word for weave in Hebrew is arg. The word purple is related to it. Purple is a Phoenician ware. It was used of royalty. I'm not sure there is a real connection yet but I'm thinking the Argo as in Jason and the argonauts.

The word arg has the cognate in sanscrit of raj. As in king. Rex regal regent are related.

posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 11:21 AM
reply to post by beansidhe

Hey Bean, your old avatar with the mohawk, what was that?

Check out this page at the top is a bunch of symbols, I think of the A??? But the horse looks like the seahorses on your stones. Also the mohawk guy is Cretan hieroglyph.

posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 01:17 PM
reply to post by zardust

Mr BigFatFurryTexan made her up for me, because he is such a good guy! She'll be back at some point!
What a great link, thank you so much, I'm going to have a read and see what jumps out.

Cheers zardust!

posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 01:23 PM
reply to post by Ramcheck

That sounds absolutely disgusting, but I'll watch it with my eyes screwed shut lol! Thanks Ram, that's brilliant.
I'm wonder if that 'flower' symbol is, in fact, showing a flower?
It's not a tree, because here are some Phoenician trees:

Tree just isn't cutting it, I'm afraid.

posted on Mar, 17 2014 @ 05:34 PM
reply to post by beansidhe

Don't worry there are no visuals, it's just a radio interview. Her voice is oddly soothing too.

posted on Mar, 18 2014 @ 04:12 AM
reply to post by beansidhe

Looking at Celtic activity in the Mediterranean area and interaction with kingdoms there it is very likely that the Picts or whoever made the stones could have easily been Celts migrating from anywhere down there. At some point nothing took place in the Med that didn't involve Celts.

They invaded Greece, Italy, long before Rome ever got on its feet.

posted on Mar, 18 2014 @ 05:28 AM
reply to post by Logarock

Did you say earlier that they were mercenaries for any number of groups? They could fit the bill for a group who retained their own identity, whilst adopting the prevalent elite group's ways.

I think the flower, if it is a flower, is quite possibly mandrake. It's got the right trumpet shaped flowers, it has plenty of magical and biblical references and grows well in the regions we're looking at.
You can see it here in an 11th century English woodcutting:

And curiously, again on the flag of the tribe of Reuben:

It only appears on nine stones and so is considered rare in Pictish iconography. Unfortunately, it's not confined to one area appearing on the Western Isles, the east coast and up north too, so it's really hard to say for definite that it represents a specific group who settled in one area. But, it's another possibility. If it's not a plant, then my only other guess would be it's a constellation, but which one I have no idea.

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