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    Default Isaac Newton Sorcerer = ''The Last of the Magicians"

    NOTE this thread is -----M U S E -------

    Isaac Newton: Called ''The Last of the Magicians''.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNJCEFzjZX4
    Isaac Newton - The Magician & Sorcerer


    The Dark Heretic


    Isaac Newton: The Last Sorcerer
    Book by Michael White
    https://www.amazon.com/Isaac-Newton-.../dp/073820143X


    Not promoting the book video or anything just a topic that might interest ....




    SIR ISAAC NEWTON AND THE DOOMSDAY TEMPLE

    http://blog.world-mysteries.com/anci...omsday-temple/


    Preserved at the National Library of Israel are works Sir Isaac Newton. Papers cover interpretations of the Bible, theology, the Tabernacle and Temple, ... dealing mostly with the topic of alchemy, were purchased by the well-known economist John Maynard Keynes.
    https://azjewishpost.com/2016/how-is...ewtons-papers/

    "The Menstrual Blood of the Sordid Whore''
    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/articl...hemist-newman/



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    Sir Isaac Newton & the Land Where Time Began



    ...... likening Newton to Pythagoras

    The sixth-century BCE Greek philosopher-mystic Pythagoras was a man of spectacular achievement. Plutarch says that he taught an eagle to come at his command and stoop down to him in flight.1 He taught the doctrine of reincarnation and was thought to remember twenty-two of his past lives. He founded an order whose adherents strove to free themselves from the cycle of earthly incarnations through vegetarianism, silence, and contemplation of the ultimate reality of the universe.2

    Up through the seventeenth century CE, scholars believed Pythagoras journeyed to Sidon, in Phoenicia, where he met the descendants of a man named Moschus (or Mochus) who had lived five hundred years before. Moschus was the Phoenician name for Moses, and his descendants gave Pythagoras esoteric doctrines passed down to them from their illustrious ancestor.3

    Continue to read:
    https://twitter.com/newdawnmagazine/...89865868935169

    the great white alchemist

    19th Isaac Newton (1691–1727)
    Alleged Grand Masters of the mythic version of the Priory of Sion [a secret brotherhood]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priory..._Grand_Masters




    prior d' sion


    not a hoax but hoax dis-info keeps the devoted away like bug spray.

    inducted into the royal society ...
    rose from unknown to elite like lightning

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    in chemistry we know the value of purity
    an impure substance can blow up the whole lab
    his coded bible words for ores like
    THE BLOOD OF THE SORDID WHORE show how useful he was and how important not getting caught was as his work was illegal for a time till the royal society realized his worth and laws were relaxed/repealed likely for newtons sake primarily.



    Newton's Pseudonym: Jehovah Sanctus Unus

    https://www.stufftoblowyourmind.com/...nctus-unus.htm


    "The Menstrual Blood of the Sordid Whore: Newton's Alchemy http://www.internationalskeptics.com...ad.php?t=47231

    B O R N - O N - C H R I S T M A S - D A Y
    Throughout his life, Newton continued research into a wide range of subjects including mathematics, optics, astronomy and alchemy.
    Newton wrote prolifically on alchemy, believing a key goal was the Philosopher’s Stone (a substance which would turn base metals into gold. Many of his writing were kept quiet as some alchemy practices were punishable by death.
    Newton was interested in the new wave of philosophy becoming known in the Western world. He became an acquaintance of the political philosopher John Locke.
    He was elected as Member of Parliament for the University in 1700, but only held this post for a year.
    Newton himself would tell the story of an apple falling from a tree giving him inspiration for his work on gravity. However, there is no evidence he was actually hit by an apple!
    Newton’s book – Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), has been called the single most influential book on physics
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Se2jspPBi0
    ALCHEMY THE SCIENCE OF MAGIC




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Se2jspPBi0


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    The man, the mystic, the Christian
    While mechanistic thinking was reportedly all the rage in Newton’s time, thanks largely to the philosophies and logic of Descartes (1596–1650), Newton’s worldview was, in reality, largely informed by mystical, magical, and animistic thought. Newton believed in the existence of animal spirits in the human body, and described them as being of an ethereal nature—“subtle enough to flow through animal voices as freely as the magnetic effluvia flow through glass. For him, all animal motions resulted from this spirit flowing into the motor nerves and moving the muscles by inspiration.”[3]

    Ironically, since Newton’s time, all notions of forces somehow transcending time or space were considered to be in violation of Newton’s Laws, despite the fact that the great man himself saw neither his laws as sacrosanct, nor as the limits of a universe which—in opposition to today’s fawning atheistic worshipers of Newton—he saw as God’s creation! Newton’s God however, was not nearly as anthropomorphic as many Christians of lesser intellect. Newton demonstrated a good deal of insight when he wrote:
    http://blog.world-mysteries.com/scie...cism-revealed/


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    Sir Isaac Newton gave ---> THE END Time Date <----

    In a manuscript he wrote in 1704 in which he describes his attempts to extract scientific information from the Bible, Newton estimated that the world would end no earlier than 2060. In predicting this he said, "This I mention not to assert when the time of the end shall be, but to put a stop to the rash conjectures of fanciful men who are frequently predicting the time of the end, and by doing so bring the sacred prophesies into discredit as often as their predictions fail." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_N...occult_studies



    The Priory of Sion was led by a "Nautonnier", an Old French word for a navigator, which means Grand Master in their internal esoteric nomenclature. The following list of Grand Masters is derived from the Dossiers Secrets d'Henri Lobineau compiled by Plantard under the nom de plume of "Philippe Toscan du Plantier" in 1967. All those named on this list had died before that date. All but two are also found on lists of alleged “Imperators” (supreme heads) and “distinguished members” of the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis which circulated in France at the time when Plantard was in touch with this Rosicrucian Order. Most of those named share the common thread of being known for having an interest in the occult or heresy.[21]


    Leonardo da Vinci, alleged to be the Priory of Sion's 12th Grand MasterThe Dossiers Secrets asserted that the Priory of Sion and the Knights Templar always shared the same Grand Master until a schism occurred during the "Cutting of the elm" incident in 1188. Following that event, the Grand Masters of the Priory of Sion are listed in French as being:

    1.Jean de Gisors (1188–1220)
    2.Marie de Saint-Clair (1220–1266)
    3.Guillaume de Gisors (1266–1307)
    4.Edouard de Bar (1307–1336)
    5.Jeanne de Bar (1336–1351)
    6.Jean de Saint-Clair (1351–1366)
    7.Blanche d'Évreux (1366–1398)
    8.Nicolas Flamel (1398–1418)
    9.René d'Anjou (1418–1480)
    10.Iolande de Bar (1480–1483)
    11.Sandro Filipepi (1483–1510)
    12.Léonardo da Vinci (1510–1519)
    13.Connétable de Bourbon (1519–1527)
    14.Ferdinand de Gonzague (1527–1575)
    15.Louis de Nevers (1575–1595)
    16.Robert Fludd (1595–1637)
    17.J. Valentin Andrea (1637–1654)
    18.Robert Boyle (1654–1691)
    19.Isaac Newton (1691–1727)
    20.Charles Radclyffe (1727–1746)
    21.Charles de Lorraine (1746–1780)
    22.Maximilian de Lorraine (1780–1801)
    23.Charles Nodier (1801–1844)
    24.Victor Hugo (1844–1885)
    25.Claude Debussy (1885–1918)
    26.Jean Cocteau (1918–1963)
    A later document, Le Cercle d'Ulysse,[24] identifies François Ducaud-Bourget, a prominent Traditionalist Catholic priest who Plantard had worked for as a sexton during World War II,[21] as the Grand Master following Cocteau's death. Plantard himself is later identified as the next Grand Master.


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    So from Bible codices Newton Calculated the Earth would no longer support life circa 2060
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