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Thread: Thoughts and Findings related to the Maranatha "Key" Pt. II

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    I like this train of thought:

    "In Ancient Egypt The Femur was symbolized by the uas (was)
    scepter: a staff of authority held by the Egyptian Neters which
    symbolized their power, support and eternal renewal. The uas
    scepter, just like the Femur, consists of a "ball joint" on one of its
    ends and a "socket joint" on its other end."
    A Seeker's Thoughts: The Femur - As A Symbol

    I would add that in addition to power and the subject of physical matter, even in duality, the femur also might represent physical mobility, or that confined to an existence of walking in its own tomb.

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    And here is our friend, Set the destroyer, in the tomb of our other friend Thuthmosis III, who is symbolic embodiment of the act of creation through the destruction of form/subtle matter into new form/material.

    "The was is also the Egyptian Hieroglyphic character that stands for a word meaning power" -much like the Zapotec!

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    Onians writes that the thigh bone, femur, means "that which engenders."

    The More of Myth: A Pedagogy of Diversion - Mary Aswell Doll - Google Books

    -Discusses Dionysus being born from the thigh of Zeus. Duncan also brings this up in his recent article in Heretic

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    So basically what we have is a symbol that means both that which is strong, supportive, powerful, but also that which gives birth, as in a womb. Amazing that such a visual symbol could stand to represent duality (male/female) before breaking it down into linguistic components.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayward View Post
    So basically what we have is a symbol that means both that which is strong, supportive, powerful, but also that which gives birth, as in a womb. Amazing that such a visual symbol could stand to represent duality (male/female) before breaking it down into linguistic components.
    Here's an angle I was considering today.. if you had to reduce the number of bones down to just a few with the greatest probable potential for DNA preservation based on their properties, what bones would you choose?

    T. Rex Soft Tissue Found Preserved

    trying to maximize the double entendre here, heh
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    Brilliant!

    "D. Thomas?"

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    [QUOTE=HappyThoth;559562]


    T. Rex Soft Tissue Found Preserved
    -exactly!

    "So the femur was also considered life-giving, especially since it is the largest bone in the body with the most marrow."

    It is about blood (elixer), life, support/structure.
    I find the bared breast to reinforce this idea, about giving life/nursing, and so it is also the location of the heart, from where blood is pumped into the body, and where the Masonic dagger is placed.

    If there is any doubt that the ancients knew this connection between blood and the marrow of the thigh, then I would say go back to the birth of Dionysus, the god of wine:



    Eucharist anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayward View Post
    Brilliant!

    "D. Thomas?"
    yes.. and possibly De. Thomas..

    earlier I was looking at Heretic V...
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    Heretic V, Kindle, location 1687
    "The concepts of opposites and balances are common imagery in Freemasonry"

    ...and noted that Newton's Principia was published 1687.. I then saw that Duncan had mentioned Newton on location 1705 (kindle ver)

    I toyed with the idea of posting that Isaac Newton was NIghted 1705..

    subsequently I surfed to dictionary.com only to find a list of 10 Numerical Idioms.. next to which was an ad featuring a picture of Ellen DeGeneres at 55yo





    10 sephirot?

    did you catch the many criss crosses of Today's featured picture?

    the sifting continues.. onward!
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    T. Rex Soft Tissue Found Preserved
    -exactly!

    "So the femur was also considered life-giving, especially since it is the largest bone in the body with the most marrow."

    It is about blood (elixer), life, support/structure.
    I find the bared breast to reinforce this idea, about giving life/nursing, and so it is also the location of the heart, from where blood is pumped into the body, and where the Masonic dagger is placed.

    If there is any doubt that the ancients knew this connection between blood and the marrow of the thigh, then I would say go back to the birth of Dionysus, the god of wine:



    Eucharist anyone?
    as you posted this, I was writing about NI.. aka (k)NEe

    apparently, grapes appear only once in 1Enoch..

    he went from N.. to E..

    now cross reference this with the lit portion of the masonic tracing board in Duncan's article..
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