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Updated: Feb 16, 2019

OK MASS DEATH RITUAL BLACK JACK 266 is 10 and 10 is X Daily telegraph brought out BLACK JACK 2009 Thats 10 yrs ago ... Solomon Islands police remove 226kg bomb from village.... Catch 22 is the 20 June 21 June 22 June and see video here !!!! 22/6 Solomon Islands Police have removed a United States 226kg bomb from Toumoa Village in the Shortland Islands during a recent Coast Watchers Exercise. Read HERE....…/solomons-police-remove-unexplod… JACK 226 EVENT READ HERE ... ....

Greek/Hebrew Definitions Strong's #622: 'acaph (pronounced aw-saf')

a primitive root; to gather for any purpose; hence, to receive, take away, i.e. remove (destroy, leave behind, put up, restore, etc.):--assemble, bring, consume, destroy, felch, gather (in, together, up again), X generally, get (him), lose, put all together, receive, recover (another from leprosy), (be) rereward, X surely, take (away, into, up), X utterly, withdraw.

Uranus/Change Electric SHOCK Explosion is conjunct Mars/WARS and ERIS Destruction NOW last time was 80/84 yrs ago the age of dead men found in England yesterday see below.... and last time Uranus was in Aries was WW2 where the 226kg Bomb Sol O Mon island just found from 77 yrs ago 007 Bond age ....


SO The 32 department where i live and the 64 department has had THREE DAYS of Liberty Egality Fertility Fraternity CLEAR BLUE SKY ode to Diana the Moon Goddess as the Moon was in TAURUS/VENUS on Aldebaran the FAKE philosophers stone, Venus rules Taurus and Libra LIBER 777 the scales of judgement last horseman... TRIBE OF DAN/DNA...we have the BLACK BULL EYE here we are the dart champions BULLS EYE and this region are BULL fighters ... these past days the BLUE SKY really BLUE not one chemtrail BLUE is a fertility RITUAL for the POP events to come.. Do you know how they celebrated this Valentine VENUS V for Victory/Liberty“romance” holiday? Close your eyes and picture naked Roman men chasing after women – and whipping them with raw goat and dog skins. From February 13 – 15, the Romans celebrated Valentine’s Day in this fashion during the feast of Lupercalia – also known as the Wolf Festival. LUNE/MOON LOUP/WOLF LUPIAC/ZODIAC OZ/ZO ZiOn

LUPIAC the village next to here is LOUP/WOLF DIAC/ZODIAC because D'artagnan is the last corner continent horseman of the BRAIN Labyrinth closed why we have the Labyrinth on our Church SATURNIA... Why 32 mega bites 64 megabites MicrOsoft 7 007 BONDAGE G7 is held in Biarritz the 64th department this coming September

The Three Marys or Maries is a term referring to the women mentioned in the canonical gospels narratives of the Crucifixion and the Resurrection, The Triple Goddess The Maiden represents enchantment, inception, expansion, the promise of new beginnings, birth, youth and youthful enthusiasm, represented by the waxing moon; The Mother represents ripeness, fertility, sexuality, fulfilment, stability, power and life represented by the full moon;

The Crone represents wisdom, repose, death, and endings represented by the waning moon. The triple goddess sign is identified with Greek moon goddesses:

Artemis – the Maiden, because she is the virgin goddess of the hunt; Selene – the Mother, for she is the mother of Endymion's children and loved him; Hecate – the Crone, as she is associated with the underworld and magic, and so considered to be "Queen of Witches".

Do you know how they celebrated this “romance” holiday? Close your eyes and picture naked Roman men chasing after women – and whipping them with raw goat and dog skins. From February 13 – 15, the Romans celebrated Valentine’s Day in this fashion during the feast of Lupercalia – also known as the Wolf Festival.

According to tradition, the festival turned into a fertility rite celebration because of a female wolf who allowed Roman twins, Romulus and Remus, to suck on her nipples. The female wolf’s brothers officiated the festival asking for animal sacrifices of two goats and a dog. Why the whipping? The women believed getting whipped promoted fertility.

We must give Roman Emperor Claudius II credit for unwittingly giving us the name: Valentine’s Day. He killed two guys named Valentine on February 14 of different years in the 3rd century. The Catholic Church commemorated their death by naming the celebration Valentine’s Day.…/the-occult-history-of-valentines-…/

Marianne (pronounced [maʁjan]) is a national symbol of the French Republic, a personification of liberty and reason, and a portrayal of the Goddess of Liberty.

Marianne is displayed in many places in France and holds a place of honour in town halls and law courts. She symbolizes the Triumph of the Republic, a bronze sculpture overlooking the Place de la Nation in Paris, and is represented with another Parisian statue in the Place de la République. Her profile stands out on the official government logo of the country, is engraved on French euro coins and appears on French postage stamps;[1] it was also featured on the former franc currency. Marianne is one of the most prominent symbols of the French Republic, and is officially used on most government documents. Marianne is a significant republican symbol. As a national icon she represents opposition to monarchy and the championship of freedom and democracy against all forms of oppression. Other national symbols of France include the tricolor flag, the national motto Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité, the national anthem "La Marseillaise", the coat of arms, and the official Great Seal of France.

Marian Symbolism of the Crescent Moon

Q: What is the meaning of the crescent moon that Mary is sometimes pictured standing upon?

A: The so called Luna, half moon, or sickle of the moon, also waning and waxing moon, is a sign of fertility, related to life and death, and thus a popular symbol in many religions. It pinpoints changing seasons, ebb and tide (and related inundations as harbingers of fertility), and the feminine menstrual cycle. The half moon was the attribute of Luna and more specifically of Selene. It was later transferred to Diana (Artemis), offspring of the earth mother, and known not only as virgin but also as protectress of the newborn and symbol of fertility in her own right. Biblical references use the moon symbol to highlight cosmic events, divine epiphanies and the ephemeral nature of human life and history (see, for example, Isaiah 30,26; 60,19; Revelations 21,23). Patristic times saw in the symbol of the moon, or the mysterium lunae, i.e. the three phases of the moon: dying (waning), generating (waxing) and giving birth (full moon) a valid representation of the Church (ecclesia). Ecclesia is virginal and "dying" in the encounter with Christ, the bridegroom; she is maternal and lifegiving in her spousal relation with the redeemer, and resplendent in her grace-filled existence.

John the Baptist is sometimes connected with the waning moon (Baptisry of Östr Hoby, Sweden, 12c) to explicate his role as the last prophet of the waning Old Testament which is regarded, simultaneously, as a promise of the New Testament. The moon contrasts here the sun as symbol of fulfillment, in other words, the New Testament, more specifically Jesus Christ himself, the sol invictus. The same contrast is used to signify ecclesia and synagoga. The latter is identified with the symbol of the waning moon.

Mary as the God-bearer is identified with ecclesia. She is standing on the waning moon which points out that the Old Testament and synagoga are the foundations of the Church. No doubt that we have here also the idea of victory of ecclesia over synagoga. The motif of the luna is very old (~820, MS 99 Paris, Valenciennes) and is not used in the beginning as an attribute of Mary but of the Church. It is only in the 14/15c that a lateral transfer takes place, meaning Mary occupies now in iconography the place of the Church and inherits some of its attributes. The Katharinenthal Gradual of 1312 shows an image of transition, where the same feminine figure contains or bears the attributes of the Church, Mary and the Apocalyptic Woman. The figure stands on a personalized half moon. It is true that the visual elements, half moon, stars, sun, are borrowed from Revelations 12,1. Early representations of Ecclesia (10-12c) show her as the apocalyptic woman with the dragon. The motif of the apocalyptic woman is applied in a variety of ways to Mary.

The Triple Goddess has been adopted by many neopagans as one of their primary deities. In common Neopagan usage the three female figures are frequently described as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolizes both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the Moon, and often rules one of the realms of earth, underworld, and the heavens. These may or may not be perceived as aspects of a greater single divinity. The Goddess of Wicca's duotheistic theology is sometimes portrayed as the Triple Goddess, her masculine consort being the Horned God.

The term triple goddess can be used outside of Neopaganism to instead refer to historical goddess triads and single goddesses of three forms or aspects.

The Triple Goddess was the subject of much of the writing of the prominent early and middle 20th-century poet, novelist and mythographer Robert Graves, in his books The White Goddess and The Greek Myths as well as in his poetry and novels. Modern neo-pagan conceptions of the Triple Goddess have been heavily influenced by Robert Graves who regarded the Triple Goddess as the continuing muse of all true poetry and who speculatively reconstructed her ancient worship, drawing on the scholarship of his time, in particular Jane Ellen Harrison and other Cambridge Ritualists. The influential Hungarian scholar of Greek mythology Karl Kerenyi likewise perceived an underlying triple moon goddess in Greek mythology. More recently the prominent archaeologist Marija Gimbutas has argued for the ancient worship of a Triple Goddess in Europe, attracting much controversy, and her ideas also influence modern neo-paganism.

Many neopagan belief systems follow Graves in his use of the figure of the Triple Goddess, and it continues to be an influence on feminism, literature, Jungian psychology and literary criticism.

URANUS Takes 84 yrs to do a cycle The deaths of THREE men…/police-arrest-man-27-suspici…/

Police have launched a triple murder investigation after three men in their 80s were killed in similar circumstances and found within a mile and a half of one another.

A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the bodies of the victims were discovered in two properties in Exeter in the space of 22 hours, Devon and Cornwall Police said.

The deaths of the three men, one aged 80 and two aged 84, showed "similar injuries" and "similar levels of violence", according to police, who said the way the bodies were "presented" led them to believe the three murders are linked.

The Three Marys or Maries is a term referring to the women mentioned in the canonical gospels narratives of the Crucifixion and the Resurrection, several of whom were, or have been considered by Christian tradition, to have been named Mary (a very common name for Jewish women of the period).[1][2] The Gospels give the name Mary to several individuals. At various points of Christian history, some of these women have been conflated with one another.

There exists, beginning around 1348, a type of Marian sculpture called Madonna standing on the crescent moon (Mondsichel-Madonna) where the reference to the apocalyptic woman is largely dissociated from the use of the moon symbol (for example, wooden sculpture, Trier, 1480). It sometimes opposes -- in representations of the Platytera -- the sun born from Mary and the human race in need of salvation (moon) (Katharinenthal, 1312). The crescent moon is used in representations of Mary's miraculous conception and birth (Joachim and Anna at the Golden Door, da Camerino, Tadino, ~1470). The crescent appears under Mary's feet in paintings of the Assumption (Meister of the Luzien-Legende, 1485) and signifies her glory and victory over time and space. The most important application of the moon symbol occurred in representations of the Immaculate Conception. The obvious significance of victory over sin is enriched with the ideas of beauty and purity (pulchra ut luna, Litanies of Loreto) (see for example, Francesco Vanni, Altar of the Immaculate Conception, Montalcino, 1588). During baroque times we can observe frequent combinations of the Immaculata motif with that of Our Lady of Victory. In some of these paintings or sculptures Mary stands on a globe combined with the crescent moon.

At Rome the most important temple of Diana was on the Aventine. This temple housed the foundation charter of the Latin League and was said to date back to King Servius Tullius (6th century BCE). In her cult there Diana was also considered the protector of the lower classes, especially slaves; the Ides (13th) of August, her festival at Rome and Aricia, was a holiday for slaves. Another important centre for the worship of Diana was at Ephesus, where the Temple of Artemis (or Diana) was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. In Roman art Diana usually appears as a huntress with bow and quiver, accompanied by a hound or deer. READ my old articles here all the dots join UP....…/winter-is-her-s…/

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