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The Stargate Crucifixion

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  • Light Eye
    Dear Friends, More interesting thoughts from William Henry. Click the link if you don t receive the images. http://www.williamhenry.net/StargateCruci.htm Love
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 5, 2005
      Dear Friends,

      More interesting thoughts from William Henry. Click the link if you don't receive the images.


      Love and Light.



      In my book Blue Apples I told how in ancient times Joshua, Moses' chief apostle, stole the stargate secrets of the Anunnaki (the Shining Ones or Illuminati) from Eschol, the "valley of the cluster" (as in grapes). These secrets were symbolized in the Book of Numbers (13) by a cluster of grapes that were so large it took two men to carry them. These grapes symbolize the exotic matter of which the stargate or wormhole to Heaven is composed. In this painting by mystic French master Nicholas Poussin, a ladder emerges from the grapes carried by our two thieves. This ladder symbolizes the gateway to heaven, the ladder to God.

      In Illuminati Christian belief, the secrets of the grapes of Heaven, the Blue Apples, were employed at the Crucifixion of Jesus, an Illuminati stargate event. The Grapes of the Promised Land, Nicholas Poussin. Joshua and his companion return to Moses with the secrets of the Illuminati. The two thieves carry the same cluster of grapes to the Crucifixion of Jesus. From a monastery in Sion, Switzerland. In Cloak of the Illuminati, I presented a complete stargate crucifixion sequence.
      Jesus said: "the light of the body is the eye: therefore when thine eye is single, thy whole body is full of light. "Jesus `in the eye' at Chartres Cathedral.
      The 12th century Winchester Psalter illustrates the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist, while an angel waits, holding a cloak symbolizing Jesus' `new life' through baptism. Notice that John has only `one foot in Atlantis'.
      The flagellation from the 12th century Winchester Psalter. The visor is most interesting.
      Jesus opens the mouth of the Leviathon (wormhole) with the Cross, the Pillar of Light.
      Crucifixion scene. From the altar at Visoki Decani Monastery in Kosovo, Yugoslavia, 1350.
      Detail of the `angel' who rides a whirlwind in the upper left corner of the painting.
      Transfiguration. Jesus stands before an open gateway.
      In the Middle Ages the resurrection of Christ, and the promise of new life, were associated with the story of Jonah, swallowed and regurgitated by the whale, c. 1150-60. In the code, Jesus is traveling through the wormhole.
      'In the wormhole'. Labyrinth-mandala with the head of Christ at the center. (Page from Psalter, Marienthal, near Zittau, Germany, 13th century.)
      The pastoral crook carried by bishops and also by the Egyptian pharaohs, is a symbol of Divine Power. It is the staff of the Magician of the Tarot who leads the soul on its spiral journey, the Royal Path of the Tarot, of regeneration. The Lamb of God emerging from the jaws of a coiled serpent symbolizes this journey here. (Crozier, Italian, 12th century.)
      The Ascension. Through the open wormhole, again.postamble();

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