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#1 Fri 13th May 2011 02:05 am

molly
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Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

Really. I want to know. And I have not found the answers anywhere.
What is the point of putting an opened 3rd eye on top of a pyramid symbol, on a damn American Dollar $1 bill?
I can understand the eagle and his stars and stuff but seriously, wtf is up with the pyramid with an eye? This is not even Egypt or any other place with a pyramid, it's freakin' AMERICA. Are there even any REAL Illuminated people anymore or was this stolen and used for bad? Because money is bad. They're all full of crap. Freakin stupid posers.

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#2 Fri 13th May 2011 02:58 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but it's basically just saying that there is an Illuminated group of people who look out for the rest to serve the rest.  The negative elite take this in a way that everyone else in the pyramid is just there to support them, the bottom serves the top but it can actually be a positive symbol if viewed with the intent of... illuminated people actually looking out for the rest and not just themselves.

I wouldn't generalize money as bad, it's a totally useful concept and can be used positively.  The way we have money working as it is today has undoubtedly more cons than pros, but if money worked as a stable growth mechanism for humanity (which it can) it wouldn't be a bad thing.  The Star Trek series has an interesting mythology, since the replicators were invented anyone could have all they would ever need, but credits are still in place to provoke innovation by allowing groups of people to leverage different ideas or something like that.  An avid Trekkie explained it to me a long time ago but it sounded pretty clever; socialism for necessities, capitalism for innovation and growth.

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#3 Sat 14th May 2011 01:09 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

EerieElle wrote:

I wouldn't generalize money as bad, it's a totally useful concept and can be used positively.  The way we have money working as it is today has undoubtedly more cons than pros, but if money worked as a stable growth mechanism for humanity (which it can) it wouldn't be a bad thing.

I agree with that.

As I said in the original post though, it doesn't have anything to do with psychic intuition.

Supposedly there used be "Visionaries" in (what is some times referred to as) the Old Illuminates. I'm honestly beginning to believe it's all long gone. Everything has gotten corrupted.

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#4 Sun 24th Jul 2011 04:04 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

I don't see any point in  "putting an opened 3rd eye on top of a pyramid symbol, on a damn American Dollar $1 bill?"

As I understand it,  (From various You Tube things when I could see videos,  and some writing) the evil elite designed our dollar. . . .  Google:  " Illuminatti & dollar bill".  The design is negative magic,  designed for their power.  You do know that the Federal Bank is privately owned,  if not Google that.

Kennedy was planning to redesign our money,  and get rid of The Fed,  and many believe that that is why they killed him.

But meanwhile, this is our currency.   We must earn it and spend it to survive,  and there is no evil in that.  As EerieElle said  "it's a totally useful concept and can be used positively".   

I believe that we must love eachother,  respect and understand eachother,  be truthful and be helpful with eachother,  in order to be harvested / to graduate / to express our soul growth lessons  . . . so we may ascend with the planet when the time comes. 

But I also believe that we must take care of our selves.  We must be able to be personally responsible,  to display our strength and ability to survive in the civilization we find ourselves in.

In Divine Cosmos,  David Wilcock's site,  he once wrote about his psychic ability improving after he became financially able to support himself.  He wrote:  "Later, the guidance clearly explained to me that personal responsibility is very, very important. Until I was willing to take care of myself, and not expect others to support me, I would not be allowed to access my Higher Self."

Today I discovered a magnificent psychic (phone reading),  and my questions were two fold,  about my health (legs mainly),  and about money .. I could do this,  or I could try that,  or maybe that . . . .     And she contacted my Guides / Teachers / Elders, and told me what they had to to say.   Fantastic,  they were right on,  incredible wisdom and advice.  Remarkable.  They really do love me,  and know me,  and understand my current situation.     

So,  all is ONE,  and psychic intuition may well have something to do with our survival.  And our survival may even make us happy,  and I assure you,  Reality is bliss.


We Are One.

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#5 Mon 25th Jul 2011 06:14 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

EerieElle wrote:

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but it's basically just saying that there is an Illuminated group of people who look out for the rest to serve the rest.  The negative elite take this in a way that everyone else in the pyramid is just there to support them, the bottom serves the top but it can actually be a positive symbol if viewed with the intent of... illuminated people actually looking out for the rest and not just themselves.

A very good example of how a few have corrupted what was supposed to be goodness for all. SiriArc's post on Sirius has many clues as to what that symbol on our dollar bill really stands for http://www.nobledreams.co.uk/viewtopic. … 861#p19861

Artifacts of ancient civilizations have revealed that Sirius was of a great importance in astronomy, mythology and occultism. Mystery schools consider it to be “sun behind the sun” and, therefore, the true source of our sun’s potency. If our sun’s warmth keeps the physical world alive, Sirius is considered to keep the spiritual world alive. It is the “real light” shining in the East, the spiritual light, where as the sun illuminates the physical world, which is considered to be a grand illusion.
Associating Sirius with the divine and even considering it as the home of humanity’s “great teachers” is not only embedded in the mythology of a few primitive civilizations: It is a widespread belief that has survived (and even intensified) to this day.

In Masonic lodges, Sirius is known as the “Blazing Star” and a simple look at its prominence in Masonic symbolism reveals its utmost importance. The Masonic author William Hutchinson wrote about Sirius: “It is the first and most exalted object that demands our attention in the Lodge.” The same way the light of Sirius made its way into the Great Pyramid during initiations, it is symbolically present in Masonic lodges.

In Freemasonry, it is taught that the Blazing Star is a symbol of deity, of omnipresence (the Creator is present everywhere) and of omniscience (the Creator sees and knows all). Sirius is therefore the “sacred place” all Masons must ascend to: It is the source of divine power and the destination of divine individuals. This concept is often represented in Masonic art.

To achieve perfection, the initiate must successfully understand and internalize the dual nature of the world (good and evil; masculine and feminine; black and white, etc.) through alchemical metamorphosis. This concept is symbolically represented by the union of Osiris and Isis (the male and female principles) to give birth to Horus, the star-child, the Christ-like figure, the perfected man of Freemasonry – who is equated with the Blazing Star.

The light behind the All-Seeing Eye on the American dollar bill is not from the sun, but from Sirius. The Great Pyramid of Giza was built in alignment with Sirius and is therefore shown shining right above the Pyramid. A radiant tribute to Sirius is therefore in the pockets of millions of citizens.

The Harry Potter Prayer

Holy Potter of the universe,
who are in Heaven,
Hallowed be your Patronus.
May the Lily in my heart
give birth to Harry.
I surrender my wand to you
that I may use it
only in conformity to your will.
Feed and sustain
my inner Harry Potter,
So that he may kill the basilisk
living at the root of my being
when I have learned to forgive
all the wrongs done me by others.
Send your Phoenix when I am
tempted, and deliver me
from the Voldemort in me.
Amen

Dedicated to JK Rowling
The Alchemical Symbolism Explained

from~
http://www.harrypotterforseekers.com/

We are all "seekers" in our own way!

And (forgive me I am so wordy today, I must finally be starting to feel better) check out Charles Eisenstein's wonderful study on Sacred Economics
http://www.realitysandwich.com/sacred_economics_ch4_pt5


HOPE is the thing with feathers   
That perches in the soul,   
And sings the tune without the words,   
And never stops at all        Emily Dickinson

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#6 Mon 4th Mar 2013 12:03 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

http://www.masoniclibrary.org.au/index. … ;Itemid=30

The study of Phoenician gods revealed three goddesses to be different aspects of the planet Venus. A similar trilogy exists in the Norse pantheon, but with different names. It is believed that the Phoenicians, or Canaanites carried their beliefs with them when working on the Temple for Solomon and may have affected its ultimate design. The family of William St. Clair of Roslyn fame, hereditary Grand Masters in early Scottish Masonry include both Jewish and Norse ancestors, so it is possible that Venus became involved in early Masonic ceremonies via Scottish Freemasonry.

It is said that the first known name for the city of Jerusalem was Urushalim, “Uru’ founded by “Shalem”, the name of the Canaanite god of Venus in its evening setting, but Solomon’s Temple was facing in the opposite direction, towards Venus rising in its role as morning star. We can be certain that King Solomon’s Temple was built by Canaanites who were known to worship Venus, also we can understand that Solomon had no tradition of his own to give him the knowledge of how to build a temple that was properly constructed to interface with the heavens. However it is perplexing that these Venus worshipping Phoenicians were allowed to build the house of God.

Biblical scholars have noted from passages such as I Kings 11.5 that Venus was worshipped by Solomon in her special form as the deity of the Phoenicians and he fell out of favour with God. The official worship of Venus as Astarte, the Queen of Heaven continued in the Kingdom of Judah until circa 600 BCE.

Moses created Princes of the Tabernacle and the initiations took place when the Pentagram, or blazing star was to be seen in the east. A blazing star that is referred to as a Pentagram can only be a reference to Venus which had long been associated with the pentagram because of the planet’s apparent movement around the sun when observed from Earth. It is suggested that when the Romans destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple in year 70 of the Christian Era, a number of the Princes of the Tabernacle managed to escape to locations across Europe. It was from these families that the men came, who went on to found the Knights Templar.

The modern Masonic Temple is designed along the same astronomical lines as the Temple at Jerusalem, with the free standing pillars of B and J marking the extremities of the rising sun at the summer solstice in the North, and the winter solstice in the South. On the equinoxes the sun rose between the two pillars in a position due East and on certain dates the planet Venus rose as a bright star ahead of the sun to shine brightly through the dormer into the holy of holies.

The layout of every Masonic Temple is said to be a model of Solomon’s Temple, and today every Master Mason is raised from his temporary death by the pre-dawn light of the rising Venus at a symbolic equinox. The rising of Venus was central to Canaanite theology and was associated with resurrection, as it is in Freemasonry in our third degree.

When the candidate is raised from his tomb his head rises in a curve towards the East to meet Venus which is also rising above the horizon. The East-West line marks the equinox, the point of equilibrium between the two solstices, when there are twelve hours of light and twelve of darkness. It appears that some rituals of Craft Masonry are based upon astronomy and have a heritage well over five thousand years old. The W.M. directs the candidates gaze towards the East where he can see a five-pointed ‘star’ rising before the sun at dawn. The planet Venus as she moves around the sky touches the path of the sun in just five places, just like the W.M. embracing the candidate at just five points, when he is raised.

Cyclical appearances of the planet Venus, in a pre-dawn rising against a particular part of the sky were clearly of great importance in the early period of Jewish Kings as the Bible tells us. Saul, David and Solomon, all ruled for forty years, a full Venusian cycle. It seems that Freemasonic ritual aligns with the astral cultic practices of the royal lineage of Jerusalem, the city of Venus.

The authors Knight and Lomas are Freemasons and conclude that after 14 years of research and four books culminating in The Book of Hiram, they have found the missing link between Judaism and Christianity on the one hand and the secret Masonic tradition on the other. Freemasonry is a major untapped source of information about our past that is in danger of being lost, forever because of lack of knowledge of the rituals. To lose the information buried within in its rituals, before it is properly understood would be throwing away one of the true treasures of the western world. There seems to have been a hidden astral agenda, in mainstream Judaism and Christianity, that has survived in the Masonic tradition and been reinforced by Norse beliefs in the power of the Bright Morning Star we call Venus.

The picture that has been revealed is that some of the rituals of Craft Masonry have been based on astronomy and have a heritage that is over 5,000 years old. They found a chain of belief that has survived being passed through several different cultures to end up in modern Masonic Temples, where it is now faithfully recited without a proper understanding from whence it came, nor what it represents.

WM and brethren it is up to us to try and understand the rituals, which, have been so much a part of our Masonic lives. We should endeavour to look behind the words in future to form greater understanding of those rituals, and I hope that this talk tonight will in some way inspire you to do the same. I have based much of the latter part of this talk on The Hiram Key and can only include a fraction of the findings contained therein. I would hope that you keep an open mind on the subject and read it for your own satisfaction, and you can decide if it is fascinating, or controversial. Incidentally the book is available at our Library for borrowing by interested brethren.

http://i45.tinypic.com/nlzocp.jpg

http://altreligion.about.com/od/western … -Venus.htm

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#7 Sat 20th Apr 2013 10:07 pm

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

Not sure if this "fits' within this thread but it is relative to the gist of it and hope it generates some thoughtful consideration and conversation.

http://monkeywah.typepad.com/paranormal … d-psi.html

Savant Syndrome and Psi

There's been quite a bit of interest in the nine-year-old girl Nandana, who is said to have a telepathic connection with her mother. The child is severely autistic, but the mother started to notice that she seemed to know exactly what she was going to be given to eat, or the details of a trip the family was about to make, before being told about them.

In a test, a poem was given to the mother to read to herself and Nandana was then able to type it in a laptop without any prompt. She also identified a six digit number, a nine-digit number, and simple words and phrases. It's said she didn't look at her mother while typing. However I didn't see any measures being taken to control for cueing by either of the parents, so the testing probably won't carry much weight.

Even so, the affair has aroused the usual sort of anxieties among sceptics, who to reassure themselves want the parents apply for James Randi's million dollars. The couple seem to be sensible, so I'm sure they won't. The idea of them co-operating with Randi's people only - inevitably - to be told that their daughter failed, then finding themselves being denounced across the Internet as heartless publicity-seekers, is upsetting to even think about. Events like this remind us that this is psi's natural habitat, in the home, in relationships and domestic situations, and often where there is some stress or maladjustment, which doesn't therefore lend itself very well to verification.

What can explain these inexplicable brain anomalies among savants, and brain injuries, near death experiences, and ........ psychedelic drugs. Do these anomalies reroute some hard drive in the brain and allow it to run forbidden programs?

And then on another note - how does one explain what happens to the brains of terrorists who lose all empathy and become a garbage dump for hate?


HOPE is the thing with feathers   
That perches in the soul,   
And sings the tune without the words,   
And never stops at all        Emily Dickinson

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#8 Sun 21st Apr 2013 12:25 am

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#9 Mon 22nd Apr 2013 07:50 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

Excellent reading!


HOPE is the thing with feathers   
That perches in the soul,   
And sings the tune without the words,   
And never stops at all        Emily Dickinson

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#10 Mon 29th Apr 2013 10:07 am

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Re: Just Out of Curiosity, What Does Pyschic Intuition Have To Do With $?

Hey molly,

I believe that there is only one kind of intution.  You either have it or you don't.  In the same way you can observe the essence of love.  You either love or you don't.  It's interesting to hear people say: "I love you soooo much" ...  When I hear someone say it I can't help but intuitively recognise that it's not real love because love can not be measured.

But staying on topic... Intuition is a quality feared by those who are corrupt.  I know it because I've seen how upset a pathological liar got when I exposed "them" through intuition.  "They" went furious just by hearing the word INTUITION.  It was an awesome revelation for me to learn how powerful intuitive ability is, by experiencing it like this.

To answer your question from my point of view, the only connection I see between intuition and $ is that LUST for $ destroys intuition.

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