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Old 01-09-2009, 07:55 PM   #1
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Default The Vatican's little "collection."

I wanted to post a thread to see if we all had a nice list of "weird" things that are in the vatican complex. This photo is one I found online of a life size anubis statue. Interesting, huh? And to think that is inside the HQ of a church who more or less doesnt condone dog-headed creatures...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivesilver/97904914/

I might be adding more as I go....

Also, Im sure we've all seen the 2012 enigma video by david wilcock that has the gigantic pinecone and the ibis birds above the egytpian lions with hieroglyphs on their bases. Maybe we could post some pictures of that here and get an intersting list going. I bet if we looked into this more and found out what the vatican actually has in it, we'd stumble across some cool stuff...
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Old 01-09-2009, 07:57 PM   #2
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wow this one is pretty creepy:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/fivesilver/97904451/

Statue with goat-looking heads all down its legs?

And heres a lion viciously attacking a horse....sheeshh

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ianbutty/457464741/
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Old 01-09-2009, 08:23 PM   #3
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Here's some odd things in the Vatican

..an odd thing

odd sculpture

exiting the vatican museum

bath time, LOL!

vatican stairs

st . peter's basilica


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Old 01-09-2009, 08:56 PM   #4
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this kids choking a duck i think:

www.flickr.com/photos/aintnojoke/79607764/
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Old 01-09-2009, 08:58 PM   #5
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honoring an egyptian pharaoh/god???

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tednmiki/2574062112/

same with this egyptian statue:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/tahobob/218167976/
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Old 01-09-2009, 09:06 PM   #6
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A dragon on the floor mosaic? Man, this place has more "fantasy" than a game of dungeons and dragons!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tednmik...n/photostream/
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Old 01-09-2009, 09:11 PM   #7
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guys with white hats on....hmmm...reminds me of something...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/electro...n/photostream/

And heres one of the egyptian lions that Wilcock talks about:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ladybirchwood/2580979025/

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Old 01-09-2009, 09:47 PM   #8
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heres the giant pine cone with the ibis birds to the left and right of it...The pine cone is very large and behind it is an open sarcophogus

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Old 01-09-2009, 10:39 PM   #9
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Yet another egyptian sarcophogas!! Man o Man...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/schumata/90678956/


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Old 01-10-2009, 08:19 AM   #10
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This is weird, guys....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/boakes/2526935077/

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Ancient Egyptian artifacts in the Vatican Museum
The statues are the Godess Sekhmet - a sun godess normally represented as a woman with lion's head, both staues have a sun disc on the head, the standing statue holds a sceptre (the symbol of northern or Lower Egypt) She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/danielaineurope/135432885/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/catchfilm/186171244/

Youd think they thought of the egyptains as "heathens" or "savages" for the gods they worshipped, but the have this stuff EVERYWHERE in the vatican. It is just plain weird. Well, unless you know WHY that is. Which most of us are learning more about every day...

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Old 01-10-2009, 08:25 AM   #11
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Oh and of course, we couldnt forget the OBELISK with egyptian hieroglyphics on it...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronmarie/448969979/
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:29 AM   #12
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now these are just plain weird....I think it might be a bit graphic, but hey, its art aint it? I mean, every animal and even that guy are messin up this bull in gang/cruelty style....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2...7604776991328/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2446729993/

then another lion attacking a horse:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2...7604776991328/
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:34 AM   #13
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Well done and great pics, don't forget about the observatories!, And why do they have observatories?, hmmm what are they looking for? I'd like to grab the pope by the neck and make him tell me what's going on there. LOL! OK, not really, well.... hmmmmm
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:41 AM   #14
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Can anyone tell what this thing is???

Its in the entrance to st. peter's and it looks like a red snak/dragon thing, but it has a skeleton hanging out of the bottom....

hmmm...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/suzsler/291539418/

And even the photgrapher of the following pic who visted there thinks this is all odd: http://www.flickr.com/photos/seanmcelroy/156912519/
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Old 01-12-2009, 02:54 AM   #15
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Fascinating pictures and an odd place to be keeping all these artifiacts. Must be something that we don't know.
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Old 01-12-2009, 05:28 AM   #16
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It seems that Roman Catholicism is more of an ancient Babylonian/Egyptian/Roman/Jewish phenomenon than it is a product of the Life and Teachings of Jesus Christ. Something that ancient, large, and powerful doesn't stop on a dime, or change every century, or so. I sometimes think the Pope is a prisoner in his own palace. I don't envy him. There is an incredible amount of momentum. I would love to see a new Roman Catholic Church which embraces the Teachings of Jesus and the U.S. Constitution...and puts them into practice from the top down...but it would take a series of genuine miracles of Biblical proportions to accomplish this. But I often think that we will not have peace on earth until this occurs. I sometimes think that the best friends and the worst enemies of the human race exist within this organization. The three City-States of Washington D.C., City of London, and Vatican City should be studied exhaustively...and reforms instituted with all deliberate speed. Unfortunately, this would probably be the Battle of Armageddon. Look closely at the art, architecture, and documents connected with these three centers of power in our world.

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Old 01-12-2009, 06:19 AM   #17
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now these are just plain weird....I think it might be a bit graphic, but hey, its art aint it? I mean, every animal and even that guy are messin up this bull in gang/cruelty style....

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2...7604776991328/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2446729993/

then another lion attacking a horse:


http://www.flickr.com/photos/stits/2...7604776991328/


WOW, Great collection of photos of the vatican's agyptian culture items!

The man killing a Bull is MYTHRAS, the last of the MYSTERY religions, like the "original" in Babylon with tamuz, nimrod and semiramis and their equivalents in egypt with osiris, isis and horus.

The catholic religion IS the actual mystery religion's descendant in the world today.

In the fourth century Constantine, being a clever politician, "solved" the "problem" of the Cristians Fusing the mystery religion of rome and the cristian culture making the Catholic system.

Actually it's the Same Mystery religion with Cristian Names, it haven't many teachings of Yeshua.

Example; when you go to a mass and the priest gives you a round thin bread with the IHS in it... That's the same thing that the egyptians do in the ancient times, the round bread is the sun horus and you are eating it.

By the way, the IHS stands for Isis, Horus and Seb... And is the same acronym used by...... you gess, the Jesuits.

The names of statues of Zeus where changed to st. Peter and the names in the statues of Venus where changed to Mary, the mystery religion remains intact (until the reform intact, then damaged but that started the Jesuit engine, waaaagh!).

The trilogy of "gods" in the catholic system have god (as nimrod), jesus (as tamuz) and the cristians haven't a women goddess so they put mary in that place (as semiramis), so they allways tries to make her more important and the "mother of god" and things like that.

PS: as an addendum (haha) the figure of Yeshua'ha Mechaich was kidnapped by the mystery religion of Catholisism. Yeshua was Very real (read "Who's playing Jesus games?" by Jonathan Grey, a great compendium of the Scientific evidence of that) and for the spiritually iliterated people of the New World (Dis)order he is Abbadon the darkness and is "the great enemy".

By the way, every illuminati who leave that satanic organization (realizing that they worship a being who Lost 2000 years ago!) made theyselves Cristians. Odd but interesting.

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Old 01-12-2009, 08:00 AM   #18
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"This photo has been removed due to copyright abuse by a bunch of nutters"

Ha! You think we're the nutters?

Anyway, I saw this pic in Dan's collection, but I thougt I'd bring it back up to ask if anyone knows anything about this sculpture that sits in the courtyard near the huge pinecone/pineal gland.

The thing looks like some kinda deathstar. Creepy stuff

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Old 01-12-2009, 08:12 AM   #19
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fascinating thread, really........

yeah, I don't envy the pope either.

that thing looks like a dark mechanical musical ball....
like some sort of anti-tibetan-trojan-music-ball,
all tinkling and magic on the outside,
but machinating dark robotic gears within!

a barrel-organ-oracle perhaps lol!
[try saying that quickly]
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"This photo has been removed due to copyright abuse by a bunch of nutters"

Ha! You think we're the nutters?

Anyway, I saw this pic in Dan's collection, but I thougt I'd bring it back up to ask if anyone knows anything about this sculpture that sits in the courtyard near the huge pinecone/pineal gland.

The thing looks like some kinda deathstar. Creepy stuff

The hollow earth? Gears represent the machinery/beings that live in the hollow earth?
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"This photo has been removed due to copyright abuse by a bunch of nutters"

Ha! You think we're the nutters?

Anyway, I saw this pic in Dan's collection, but I thougt I'd bring it back up to ask if anyone knows anything about this sculpture that sits in the courtyard near the huge pinecone/pineal gland.

The thing looks like some kinda deathstar. Creepy stuff

The entire illusion called Creation and Evolution is symbolically about going from a rough form or shape, ie. evolving through the 5 platonic solids to a perfect sphere or crystal ball.
We are each evolving spiritually till we become perfect … which has always been represented by the symmetrically perfect circle or golden sphere. The one in the image above is exsquisite as it becomes renewed.
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Old 01-12-2009, 09:50 AM   #22
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The strange dragon thingy eating a person is the tomb of Alexander VII. It is a sculpture done by Gian Lorenzo Bernini 1671-1678. Info is from the research database ARTstor, a digital archival database that describes art objects.


The pinecone has many meanings depending on the civilization/religion studied:
pagon: eternal life; masonic symbol for the third eye; greeks: symbol of masculinity.

This is a fascinating link that has lots of info about religious symbolism.
www.denemoore.com

I'm still working on the strange orb thing.....
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The trilogy of "gods" in the catholic system have god (as nimrod), jesus (as tamuz) and the cristians haven't a women goddess so they put mary in that place (as semiramis), so they allways tries to make her more important and the "mother of god" and things like that.

PS: as an addendum (haha) the figure of Yeshua'ha Mechaich was kidnapped by the mystery religion of Catholisism. Yeshua was Very real (read "Who's playing Jesus games?" by Jonathan Grey, a great compendium of the Scientific evidence of that) and for the spiritually iliterated people of the New World (Dis)order he is Abbadon the darkness and is "the great enemy".

By the way, every illuminati who leave that satanic organization (realizing that they worship a being who Lost 2000 years ago!) made theyselves Cristians. Odd but interesting.

Cheers!!!

This is from your thread: The Greatest Conspiracy; Against G O D

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reason for the idolatry to mary, they must have a female goddess in that trinity

Well, there is more to the story.

Jesus Christ did not come to start yet another religion. He came to tidy up in some of the mess the existing religions had created. He came with spiritual teachings and guidance, and as such the spiritual guidance he offered is scientific, and so is his cosmology

Do you think the picture that Christian Churches have of an all male Cosmic/Divine hierarchy is the truth? That is as good a delusion as any other!

The religious mind is always seeking a saviour. Therefore history is full of saviour figures, one name after another.

The one on an open spiritual quest feels perfectly safe. He/she simply seeks information, education, understanding, connection with spirit.

Keeping Mary as a main figure is one decent thing that the Roman Catholic Church has done. It should be on Earth as it is in Heaven:

There is a male and a female aspect of the Godhead: The Holy Spirit is SHE.

This is a snippet from a thread that Edvard Alexander started here on the Forum. I agree with what he says here:

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God needs not to be worshipped, God is Everywhere and All, and people need to discover and explore their own being rather than blindly believing the words of other men. Only you can punish or reward yourself from what you do with your life, God will not, you have the Key to Heaven and Hell - chose your Gate.
This is where we agree!

teaching us that G O D loves us and we are eternal beings

From yr thread: The Greatest Conspiracy: Against G O D

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Jesus Christ did not come to start yet another religion. He came to tidy up in some of the mess the existing religions had created. He came with spiritual teachings and guidance, and as such the spiritual guidance he offered is scientific, and so is his cosmology

Do you think the picture that Christian Churches have of an all male Cosmic/Divine hierarchy is the truth? That is as good a delusion as any other!

The religious mind is always seeking a saviour. Therefore history is full of saviour figures, one name after another.

The one on an open spiritual quest feels perfectly safe. He/she simply seeks information, education, understanding, connection with spirit.

Keeping Mary as a main figure is one decent thing that the Roman Catholic Church has done. It should be on Earth as it is in Heaven:

This is where we agree!

teaching us that G O D loves us and we are eternal beings

From yr thread: The Greatest Conspiracy: Against G O D

Cheers
I totally agree that Yeshua'ha Mechaich never started any religion, he say that we must come Out of Religions, be spiritual beings!

In the mary thing, well, that's the way it is, Mary was a normal woman, the mystery religion have a trinity and one of the ""gods" was a woman, and a mother, and the Catholic mystery religion put Mary in that place, that's the words of ex priests and Jesuit priests, not mine, it's a disclosure, that's because the lot of imagens of her and the myths of the marian aparitions in caves (who is a very ancient believe, the aparitions of "gods" in caves, did you asked from where that myth come?).

Personally I think that G O D being no human compile both sexes so no sexism problem here! hehehe.

I think that if Yeshua'ha Mechaich come as a woman in the 2000 years ago world maybe he will not make such a relevance, because the women in that time was estigmatized, but isn't sexism, is practical, anyway, he never married and something like that!

Really I like women very much!

Important! (hehehe never miss an oportunity to tell it!)

The history of another saviours like the zeitgeist movie put it is Totally False, you can see it in:

HERE -debunking the zeitgeist mythology

Zeitgeist part 1 Debunked! the Movie (yeah, there's a Movie about the theories of the theosophists)

Jonathan Greys' "Who's playing Jesus Games?" a compendium of the Scientific evidence of the Life of _Yeshua'ha Mechaich_ against the amateur (yes there's no profesional historian or arqueologist who say that Jesus never existed) tehosophist wide spread view in movies like zeitgeist.

Scientific proofs, not theories Made Up and ensembled oddly distorting the mystery religion and the "scripture" sayings.

You will understand that the creators -from thin air, like the dollar hehehe- of that theory are:

AMATEUR.

TEOSOPHISTS (LUFICERIANS, see "the secret doctrine" by Madame Blavatsky, Alice a Bailey with her "lucifer publisher company" then renamed lucis trust, etc. etc. etc. They are the creators of theosophy, sorry, but that's the way it is, their work precedes them ).

DISTORTING, OMITING and LIEING the DOCUMENTED HISTORY. (see the previous links)

Cheers 2 !
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