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Ancient Mysteries/ Common Knowledge or Parables?

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posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 09:46 AM
Ancient Mysteries/ Common Knowledge or Parables?
The Random House .Webster’s LARGE PRINT Dictionary (WLPD) 1995 New York , 20th edition page143 defines “Common”; adj, 1. shared by all, 2,ordinary: usual, 3. VULGAR.
VULGAR? WLPD page835 adj:1. lacking good breading or taste, unrefined? 2. indecent: obscene? 3. vernacacular page 825 , everyday speech.
“THEY” (the self-appointed leaders of the government, finance, education, the media and religion, whom I will hence forth call them “The Unwashed” Revelation 1:5,) refer to those not in their class, as the Common man. The knowledge we are given to be students of is Common knowledge.
However the Un-common man has been told to “study to show yourself approved” and “to understand Parables.”
Blind Homer in his Iliad explained Parables this way: The Trojans saw the out side of the Horse (Parable) and were Impressed with its out side! The Greeks knew what was inside the horse (parable):which was the men that who would open the gate!!!!
There were only two people; in Troy to speak out against the horse, Laocoon and Cassandra, however they were ignored. The Trojans celebrated what they thought was their victory, and dragged the wooden horse into Troy.
That night, after most of Troy was asleep or in a drunken stupor, the Greek warriors came out from the horse, and they slaughtered the Trojans.

My favorite Hebrew scholar (JAH) spoke of parables in this way translated from the Coptic ( Egyptian language written with Greek symbols) Pe#ta from Matti chapter 13

There are four types of reactions when a parable is given or discovered’

1 Rejection out of hand “Because that is not the way the common man understands the concept.” So it must be wrong!!!!!

2. A man finds the Parable interesting , however his (so called) teachers ridicule him. So because he feels that they are wise that he, the man stops his research of the parable in favor of other people wisdom.

3. This man studies the parable also finding it interesting and can see how that the information is true. However feel that if he proclaims that revealed knowledge, his friends , co-workers, and his teachers will reject him and shun him. He therefore places that knowledge on a shelf and stay with the Commonly held belief.

4. Then there is un-common which is a very very small percentage of the people. This man sees the wisdom of the parable and turns to his advantage. However he must accept rejection by all but a very very few.

The Ancients from all cultures knew the principle behind the parable concept. Which was the perfect way to keep their secrets from the Common man and their enemies. They knew just as the media of today knows that sex and violence sell and that type of stories last through the centuries. However technical journals and owner manuals are usually lost. That is why they used god concept to enhance the parable in story form.

Words are parables that give us the understandings of word concepts in all languages new and old , mostly though root words, prefixes, and suffixes. These pieces of our language at one time were taught in most schools. This tool enabled students to unlock the meanings of word, independent of a dictionary.

Today it is the Common or slang meanings that are used. An example is the word : “incredible” This word is Commonly believed to mean: beyond the knowledge average man or above the ability of the typical man.

However using Jessica DeForest, of MSU definitions of root words prefixes and suffixes

We define “incredible” in this way
Prefix Meaning Example
in, im not ignoble, inglorious, infinitesimal, immoral

Root Meaning Examples
cred believe creed, credo, credence, credit, credulous, incredulo
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posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 09:49 AM
What does “incredible” mean? an un-useful lie. How ever when was the last time anyone called the media on their misuse of the word?

The ancient Greeks and Copts used the same principles of root words in their written language with groups of letters having a meanings.

For example: ”Mu and Alpha” most often implies “instruction” as in Greek words like magos, 3097 ( scientist) or matheteuo3101 (Student)

“Chi and Alpha“ on the other hand most often implies “ control” as in “chalinnos”5469, or “chalinagogeo” 5468

“Nu an Alpha” implies a water vessels as in “naus”3491 or “naukleros” 3490 captain of a ship

So when you put these concepts together what do you get Ma-cha-na: A water vessel that controls and instructs, and what does this “vessel” control and instruct? Stone blocks.

The numbers are from Strong Greek dictionary1890 , Madison NJ a version can be found on the net. However the printed version allows for easier comparison of similar spelled words for scholarly comparison.

“Iron Sharpens Iron.” The ancients used a grinding stone sparingly. To sharpen a blade it would be placed on an anvil and would be struck by a hammer with a pulling action. This beating with a pulling action drew out the metal to a very thin sharp edge however none of the metal was lost as in grinding.

Beat on my threads if you think they need it. It will only make them better. You may think I am way out in left field. Someone has to be to catch the game winning ball.

My next post on this thread will go into the defining of names of so called gods of Egypt using hieroglyphics. These pictures reveal the meanings of the parables hidden in those names

posted on Oct, 5 2007 @ 08:16 PM
Good stuff and I couldn't agree more regarding the average reaction to unconventional interpretations of allegories. But that is how esoteric systems function. Comprehension of the secret symbolism is the dividing line between the "common" and the "enlightened" observer. There is no code more unbreakable then a closed set of symbolism.

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