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    cthree> 56. There are no female characters in the pigpen text or in the drawings.
    [17:50] <cthree> Was this done in order to draw attention to the feminine glyphs/symbols?
    [17:51] <sacred_prize> I believe, in the text, you have wisdom refered to as a 'She'
    [17:51] <cthree> This you do

    First, thanks cthree for asking my question. I thought during the interview, and still think, that Duncan's "answer" regarding Widsom was a clever way of not answering the question. There are plenty of myths and legends that include female character that could have been used in Maranatha. The fact, and I think it is a fact, that the feminine is not directly included indicates that it is somehow an important part of the solution. Maybe "Venus" or "Isis" or "Shekinah"? I would appreciate any thoughts on this. Thanks!

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    [quote="shamrock"]
    <cthree> 56. There are no female characters in the pigpen text or in the drawings.
    [17:50] <cthree> Was this done in order to draw attention to the feminine glyphs/symbols?
    [17:51] <sacred_prize> I believe, in the text, you have wisdom refered to as a 'She'
    [17:51] <cthree> This you do

    I just re-read the text 3 times and I can't find any instance of wisdom being referred to as a "she". Do you guys have something I don't?

    Shamrock,

    There is a reference to wisdom as "she' in the text.

    M

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    [quote="michaelr"]
    Quote Originally Posted by shamrock
    <cthree> 56. There are no female characters in the pigpen text or in the drawings.
    [17:50] <cthree> Was this done in order to draw attention to the feminine glyphs/symbols?
    [17:51] <sacred_prize> I believe, in the text, you have wisdom refered to as a 'She'
    [17:51] <cthree> This you do

    I just re-read the text 3 times and I can't find any instance of wisdom being referred to as a "she". Do you guys have something I don't?

    Shamrock,

    There is a reference to wisdom as "she' in the text.  

    M

    Well that works out well with Duncan telling us to "look to history" and giving us the Bible as a thing to read. Eve eating the apple of wisdom. Tres interesant.

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    [quote="pendragon445"]

    Wisdom refereed to as She is probably a reference to Sophia.

      Sophia means wisdom.
      Philosophy, first used by Pythagoras, means “lover of Sophia.”

    PHIL o sophers(sophia) Stone

    Philip = Phi + L + Pi

    There is a mathematical expression that links Pi and Phi. Schwaller de Lubicz makes reference to it.

    An Egyptian inscription in a tomb of a right angled triangle formed by a serpent and an upright man with an erect phallus was involved if I remember correctly. The numbers 5 and 6 were also involved somehow. I don't have the reference with me.

    M

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    Thank you all. I indeed enjoyed the evening/daytime/morning. One thing I would like to clarify, I'm not Wbro, just Bro, my interests are first sideways before up.

    Thank you again,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacred Prize
    my interests are first sideways before up.
    Thats either a clue or just very confused what he means by that.. LOL

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    its a reference to advancement in Masonry. "UP" the positions to be concidered WBro, Sidewise along other paths. If I am not misstaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordraig
    its a reference to advancement in Masonry. "UP" the positions to be concidered WBro, Sidewise along other paths. If I am not misstaken.
    Thanks. I thought it might be something like that.

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    The mathematical expression is:

    Pi = (Phi squared) multiplied by (6 divided by 5)


    In the tomb of Rameses IX there is an inscription showing an Egyptian king as the hypotenuse of a right angled 3-4-5 triangle formed by a serpent.

    Schwaller de Lubicz shows the King as (Phi squared) split into a Phi + 1 proportion by the phallus. The king's raised arm gives 6 divided by 5 or 1.2 x (Phi squared) proportion, which is exactly 3.1416.

    Here you have Phi and Pi linked by a 3-4-5 right angled triangle (L).

    This gives us the name Phi L ip(Pi).

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    This gives us the name Phi L ip(Pi).M
    The church at Philippi was the church to which the apostle Paul directed the letter we now call "Philippians." I bet pws111 can put some gravy on that.

    The name also brings to mind the French king eho ordered the arrest of the Templars in 1307.

    And there was Philip, the father of Alexander the Great.

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