Thanks John some interesting insights.
As Blavatsky had said the Secret Doctrine is written in Nature.
Once we start looking at things from this sort of perspective we can
begin to see the patterns and correspondences.
Also the idea of seeing physical objects as representing qualities
and not just quantities can really open the mind up to some startling
revelations about the nature of what we see no matter how small and
Those books of Kuhn's are rather expensive !
I'll have to see if I can get one through the library system to have
a look at.
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> Thanks for the link. I really like Masseys works, they make
sense and are
> pretty objective, btw I also love Alvin Boyd Kuhn's works. If I
ever win the
> Lotto I will be able to afford Massey's Natural Genesis which I
have wnated for
> over a quarter century,lol. But it is online:
> Our Theosophical Documents
> (scroll down to the Gerald Massey authored Document on the listing)
> Btw, the "charts" on the link page you provided are very nice helps
> people to grasp quickly.
> The "Beetle" common to both Horus and Jesus is also interesting,
> looking at Egyptian Beetle (Scarebus) one see's there are many
distinct shapes of
> the Beetles that vary widely from the classic canon of the
heiroglyphs, let me
> give a perspective from my opinion. I noticed quite by accident at
one time a
> very cognitive insight. Looking at various cultures Egyptian,
Mayan, and others
> over the globe of the world one finds many practices of shaping the
> synthetically so that the skull take a new shape and configuration
> by artificial means after birth. Beside the legend of the beetle
> dung-ball up the steep mountain and it's analog to Ra the Sun, look
> Scarebus and see the primary lines that define the shape, now look
> vertical axis at the head of a newborn child, notice the parietal
sutures joining the
> three parts or divisions, look at the sutures above each eye and
now look at
> the mandibles of the beetle, they are the same are they not? So in
> the beetle common to both Horus and Jesus communicates the unique
> mind as intellect of Mankind and man's struggle to climb Mt. Meru.
I found the
> Scarabe most interesting as a guide to the many types of mankind as
> mini-guide catalogue of the peoples of the world that they knew of,
> have extensive Skull Libraries catalogue of peoples of the world,
look at them
> from the vertical view and picture the Scarab.
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