His lips are lilies, dripping with liquid myrrh

Risultati immagini per song of songs images

“My dear one is dazzling and ruddy,  the most conspicuous of ten thousand.”

(The Song of Songs 5:13)

Experience. A thrilling personal experience. This is something I’m going to talk about today. It’s still holiday time and I prefer to honor the period. So let me relax and keep it easy. Anyway, I’ll tell you about the day I started to get excited in connection with the flat earth. I got the news from my assistant and he was very excited too. Read more

Circular landscapes like cropcircles on the flat Earth

Crop circles are also known as temporary  circular temples.  Sometimes people think of temples as having a rectangular shape. However, there are overwhelming pieces of evidence in favor of circular temples as well.

This is because the original temple is the sky with its circular horizon. It is generally accepted that the heavenly temple was the entire expanse that could be represented both as rectangular and circular. It seems more probable to find data in favor of an original circular form for the terrestrial as well the celestial temple. Both shapes are representative of the earth that is circular, as far as one single pond is considered. It is rectangular when the representation of more than one pond is intended. Read more

Alexander the Great and the flat Earth

Globe or flat, earth needs to be ruled. Here is the second post about this subject, where you will read about an ancient king and old prophecies connected with him. Kings some time have succeeded in fulfilling prophecies. This is a post about Alexander the Great, the temple of Sabatius and the Gordian knot.

In 333 BC Alexander, arriving in the city of Gordium, in Turkey, was faced with a seemingly unbeatable challenge. A challenge that had proved to be the match of all those who had taken it on for over 1000 years.The Gordian Knot was undone and the rest, as they say, is history.

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Asterion, the starry Minotaur, Jorges L. Borges, the Labyrint and other.

…and the queen gave birth to a son who was named Asterion… Apollodorus

Phalaris’s Brazen Bull

Story goes that Phalaris, tyrant of Akragas, a Greek city on the southern cost of Sicily, in today’s territory of Agrigentum, commanded Perillos to invent and design a new torture  device for executing criminals. According to Diodorus Siculus, recounting the story in Bibliotheca Historica, Perillos of Athens proposed  to Phalaris a bull that was made entirely of bronze, hollow, with a door  in one side. The condemned was locked  inside the belly of the bull and fire was set under it, heating the metal until the person inside roasted to death. Read more