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    The following letters are the metaphysical letters:


    GOO - Saliva
    Gasp - breath
    Agape - Assur's open mouth
    gape - the open mouth
    Old Norse Gapa - to Open the mouth
    Gloat - a grin


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    (tet) Djet column is related to tetragrammaton (as above as below)
    What some researchers call "Illuminati code" is the just the root language.
    Illuminati are nothing special they are the fakes (imitators) they didn't create the root language.
    il lumns (illuminate) light columns
    Bonus trivia: The Djet column played an important roll in Tolkien's early tales which he called the age of the lamps.
    Tolkien called one Illiun and the other Ormal.

    More to come
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    Enjoying this thread, Novusod.
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    Hi, Novusod, I'm enjoying this thread too. Will comment soon, when I've got a moment. For now, you might like to have a look at some Orb photos I took last night, that are in the last comment on this thread. Enjoy!

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    I have also greatly enjoyed much of this, particularly the linguistic portions covering how language evolved.
    One thing though, in study of the haplogroups and the ages of each race we have a contrast here with the reports from Helsinki and the Bock Saga vs science that clearly shows white people are not that old! So who were the first people that spoke the root language, the first language? All races? Are we to suppose that the root race starting all language, all other races and all other cultures as they 'ring' down the planet as being composed of negroid, caucasoid, and mongoloid being that they had all the traits of the three skull shapes now seen in man?

    What of the age discrepancies? Science for example says the following. Granted some of this updates as they discover new things but this seems to say the oldest people are Negros and that all people were dark at one time. So if this was a first race, speaking a first language it stands to reason they would have the oldest DNA and the oldest DNA on the planet is out of Africa not Helsinki. Just sayin'.

    Posted for educational purposes on the discussion of the root race and language


    The Paternal haplogroups are families of Y chromosomes that all trace back to a single mutation at a specific place and time. By looking at the geographic distribution of these related lineages, we learn how our ancient male ancestors migrated throughout the world. Note this is not as in depth as a true study would be but interesting none the less.

    Haplogroup: B, a subgroup of the PoP
    Age: more than 75,000 years
    Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
    Example Populations: Baka, Mbenzele, Mbuti (Pygmies), Hadza, San
    Highlight: Haplogroup B is commonly found among hunter-gatherer groups in the central African rain forest, eastern Africa, and southern Africa. Chris Rock is this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: C3, a subgroup of C
    Age: less than 50,000 years
    Region: Central Asia, Eastern Asia, Americas
    Example Populations: Oroqen, Mongolians, Sioux
    Highlight: C3 is one of only two haplogroups that originally settled the Americas. Genghis Khan is of this Haplogroup based on current DNA studies.

    Haplogroup: D2, a subgroup of D
    Age: 20,000 years
    Region: Eastern Asia, Southern Asia
    Example Populations: Ainu, Okinawan
    Highlight: Haplogroup D2 is almost exclusively found in Japan.

    Haplogroup: E, a subgroup of D/E
    Age: 30,000 years
    Region: Africa, Europe, Near East
    Example Populations: Bantu-speakers, African Americans, Berbers, Bantu-speakers
    Highlight: Haplogroup E is the major western African haplogroup but is common across the Near East and southern Europe as well.

    Haplogroup: E1b1a, a subgroup of E
    Age: 20,000 years
    Region: Africa
    Example Populations: Bantu-speakers, African Americans
    Highlight: E1b1a is the most common Y-chromosome haplogroup among African-American men. Guess for an example of a Nigerian famous person of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: E1b1a, a subgroup of E
    Age: 20,000 years
    Region: Africa
    Example Populations: Bantu-speakers, African Americans
    Highlight: E1b1a is the most common Y-chromosome haplogroup among African-American men.
    Desmond Tutu is of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: E1b1b1c, a subgroup of E1b1b
    Age: more than 15,000 years
    Region: Near East, northeastern Africa, southern Europe
    Example Populations: Ethiopians, Jordanians, Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews
    Highlight: Most people who bear E1b1b1c trace their roots to the Near East about 15,000 years ago.
    Napoleon was of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: G, a subgroup of F
    Age: 16,000 years
    Region: Central Asia, Near East, Northern Africa, Europe
    Example Populations: Palestinians, Ossetians, Georgians, Moroccans
    Highlight: Haplogroup G probably originated in the Caucasus but made its way across the Near East, northern Africa, southern Europe, and even into China.
    King Louis XVI was of the Haplogroup G2a3b1a

    Haplogroup: I1, a subgroup of I
    Age: 28,000 years
    Region: Northern Europe
    Example Populations: Finns, Norwegians, Swedes
    Highlight: Haplogroup I1 reaches highest frequencies in Scandinavia.
    Warren and Jimmy Buffet both are of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: J, a subgroup of F
    Age: 20,000 years
    Region: Southern Europe, Near East, Northern Africa
    Example Populations: Bedouins, Ashkenazi Jews, Greeks
    Highlight: Haplogroup J was carried out of the Near East by Muslims and Jews during the first millennium AD.
    Matt Lauer is of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: J2, a subgroup of J
    Age: 18,000 years
    Region: Southern Europe, Near East, Northern Africa
    Example Populations: Ashkenazi Jews, Sephardic Jews, Lebanese
    Highlight: Haplogroup J2 is found in nearly one-quarter of Sephardic Jewish men.
    Dr. Oz is of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: O1, a subgroup of O
    Age: 30,000 years
    Region: Eastern Asia
    Example Populations: Han Chinese, Indigenous Taiwanese
    Highlight: O1 is exceptionally common among indigenous Taiwanese.
    Yo Yo Ma is of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: R1, a subgroup of R
    Age: 15,000 to 30,000 years
    Region: Europe, Western Asia
    Example Populations: Basques, Britons, Irish, Germans
    Highlight: R1 is the dominant haplogroup in Europe today.
    Anderson Cooper is of this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: R1b, a subgroup of R1
    Age: less than 30,000 years
    Region: Western Europe
    Example Populations: Irish, British, Dutch, Germans
    Highlight: Haplogroup R1b expanded across most of Europe after the Ice Age.

    Haplogroup: R1b1, a subgroup of R1b
    Age: less than 30,000 years
    Region: Western Europe
    Example Populations: Basques, British, Dutch, Germans
    Highlight: R1b1 was confined to Iberia and southern France during the Ice Age.


    Haplogroup: R1b1b2, a subgroup of R1b1
    Age: 17,000 years
    Region: Europe
    Example Populations: Irish, Basques, British, French
    Highlight: R1b1b2 is the most common haplogroup in western Europe, with distinct branches in specific regions.
    Stephen Colbert is this Haplogroup

    Haplogroup: R1b1, a subgroup of R1b
    Age: less than 30,000 years
    Region: Western Europe
    Example Populations: Basques, British, Dutch, Germans
    Highlight: R1b1 was confined to Iberia and southern France during the Ice Age.
    Pres. William McKinley and Woodrow Wilson were this Haplogroup


    Haplogroup: T, a subgroup of F
    Age: 21,000 years
    Region: Europe, Near East, Northern Africa
    Example Populations: Iraqis, Ethiopians, Egyptians
    Highlight: T can be found across much of the Near East and Europe, although typically at low frequencies.
    Thomas Jefferson was this Haplogroup

    Maternal haplogroups are families of mitochondrial DNA types that all trace back to a single mutation at a specific place and time. By looking at the geographic distribution of mtDNA types, we learn how our ancient female ancestors migrated throughout the world.
    Haplogroup: A, a subgroup of N
    Age: greater than 50,000 years
    Region: Americas, Siberia, East Asia
    Example Populations: Native Americans, Siberians
    Highlight: Mitochondrial DNA from haplogroup A was extracted from the "Ice Maiden," the mummified remains of a teenage Inca girl who died about 500 years ago.

    Haplogroup: C, a subgroup of M
    Age: greater than 50,000 years
    Region: Americas, Asia
    Example Populations: Native Americans, Evenks, Altai-Kizhi
    Highlight: Haplogroup C was one of four major haplogroups involved in the peopling of North America.

    Haplogroup: D, a subgroup of M
    Age: 45,000 years
    Region: Americas, Asia
    Example Populations: Native Americans, Yupik, Chukchi
    Highlight: People carrying mitochondrial DNA from haplogroup D may have been among the first to reach the tip of South America.

    Haplogroup: H, a subgroup of R0
    Age: more than 40,000 years
    Region: Europe, Near East, Central Asia
    Example Populations: Basques, Scandinavians
    Highlight: Mitochondrial DNA extracted from the remains of St. Luke belonged to haplogroup H.

    Haplogroup: J1, a subgroup of J
    Age: more than 38,000 years
    Region: Europe, Near East
    Example Populations: British, Scandinavians
    Highlight: J1 spread from the Middle East all the way to Iceland.

    Haplogroup: K, a subgroup of R
    Age: 35,000 years
    Region: Near East, Europe, Central Asia, Northern Africa
    Example Populations: Ashkenazi, Druze, Kurds
    Highlight: One branch of haplogroup K ties about 1.7 million Ashkenazi Jews living today to a single maternal ancestor.

    Haplogroup: L3e, a subgroup of L3
    Age: 45,000 years
    Region: Africa
    Example Populations: Bantu-speakers, African Americans
    Highlight: The maternal lines of African Americans bearing the L3e1 branch of L3e likely trace to present-day Mozambique.

    Haplogroup: L3f, a subgroup of L3
    Age: less than 50,000 years
    Region: Northern, Eastern, Coastal Western Africa
    Example Populations: Yoruba, Fulbe, African Americans
    Highlight: Haplogroup L3f is widely distributed across the Sahel belt of Africa.

    Haplogroup: M8a, a subgroup of M
    Age: greater than 18,000 years
    Region: Central and Eastern Asia
    Example Populations: Koreans, Uyghurs, Siberians
    Highlight: Haplogroup M8a originated in Siberia during the coldest period of the Ice Age.

    Haplogroup: V, a subgroup of R0
    Age: 16,000 years
    Region: Europe
    Example Populations: Finns, Saami (Lapps), Sardinians, Basques
    Highlight: Haplogroup V was probably common in Doggerland, an ancient land now drowned beneath the North Sea.


    Additionally: Haplogroup R1
    R1 is the dominant haplogroup in Europe today, accounting for well over half of all men. After being confined to the continent's southern fringes during the Ice Age, it expanded rapidly in the wake of the receding glaciers about 12,000 years ago. Various branches of R1 also trace the many migrations that have shaped Europe since then, from the arrival of farmers between about 10,000 and 7,000 years ago to the movements of ethnic groups such as the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings.
    Haplogroup R1b

    Haplogroup R1b was confined during the Ice Age to pockets of the area of today's Mediterranean Europe. The largest is thought based on current info to be in the Iberian peninsula and southern France, where men bearing the haplogroup created the famous cave paintings at Lascaux and Altamira. They also hunted mammoth, bison and other large game in a climate that was more like present-day Siberia's than the mild conditions prevailing in southern Europe today.

    Some men bearing R1b Y-chromosomes also seem to have spent the Ice Age in the Balkans and Anatolia, where the haplogroup is still present today.
    After the Ice Age, the haplogroup expanded rapidly in the wake of the retreating glaciers. Today R1b is by far the most common haplogroup in the western half of the continent.
    Haplogroup R1b1b2

    R1b1b2 is the most common haplogroup in western Europe, where it is found in more than 50% of men. Ancient representatives of the haplogroup were among the first people to repopulate the western part of Europe after the Ice Age ended about 12,000 years ago. In the process the haplogroup differentiated into even more distinct groups that can trace the details of the post-Ice Age migrations.
    Haplogroup R1b1b2a1a2b

    R1b1b2a1a2b arose about 20,000 years ago, when the Ice Age was at its peak. It appears to have originated among the ancestors of the present-day Basque, because of the relatively high diversity of the haplogroups in that population compared to neighboring ones. Today R1b1b2a1a2b is found in about 5% of Basque and 1% of Iberians.
    Haplogroup R1b1b2a1a2f2

    R1b1b2a1a2f2 reaches its peak in Ireland, where the vast majority of men carry Y-chromosomes belonging to the haplogroup. Researchers have recently discovered that a large subset of men assigned to the haplogroup may be direct male descendants of an Irish king who ruled during the 4th and early 5th centuries. According to Irish history, a king named Niall of the Nine Hostages established the Ui Neill dynasty that ruled the island country for the next millennium.

    Northwestern Ireland is said to have been the core of Niall's kingdom; and that is exactly where men bearing the genetic signature associated with him are most common. About 17% of men in northwestern Ireland have Y-chromosomes that are exact matches to the signature, and another few percent vary from it only slightly. In New York City, a magnet for Irish immigrants during the 19th and early 20th century, 2% of men have Y-chromosomes matching the Ui Neill signature. Genetic analysis suggests that all these men share a common ancestor who lived about 1,700 years ago. Among men living in northwestern Ireland today that date is closer to 1,000 years ago. Those dates neatly bracket the era when Niall is supposed to have reigned.

    Outside Ireland, R1b1b2a1a2f2 is relatively common only along the west coast of Britain.
    Haplogroup R1b1b2a1a1

    Today R1b1b2a1a1 is found mostly on the fringes of the North Sea in England, Germany and the Netherlands, where it reaches levels of one-third. That distribution suggests that some of the first men to bear the haplogroup in their Y-chromosomes were residents of Doggerland, a real-life Atlantis that was swallowed up by rising seas in the millennia following the Ice Age. Another theory supposes that the shore for some distance, perhaps covering many miles out to sea was not actually shore but ice shelf! This theory proposes they sailed around the coast of ice shelf occasionally making settlement stops and cache spots for drops along their exploring.

    Doggerland was a low-lying region of forests and wetlands that may have been ice at one time which was melting off at a accelerated pace. It must have been rich in game; today, fishing trawlers in the North Sea occasionally dredge up the bones and tusks of the mastodons that roamed there. It is believed by experts that many huge mammals such as mastadons and more would get stuck in the swampy areas becoming lodged in making them easy prey!

    Doggerland had its heyday between about 12,000 years ago, when the Ice Age climate began to ameliorate, and 9,000 years ago, when the meltwaters of the gradually retreating glaciers caused sea levels to rise, drowning the hunter's paradise. Doggerland's inhabitants retreated to the higher ground that is now the North Sea coast.
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    Quote Originally posted by Jengelen View Post
    I have also greatly enjoyed much of this, particularly the linguistic portions covering how language evolved.
    One thing though, in study of the haplogroups and the ages of each race we have a contrast here with the reports from Helsinki and the Bock Saga vs science that clearly shows white people are not that old! So who were the first people that spoke the root language, the first language? All races? Are we to suppose that the root race starting all language, all other races and all other cultures as they 'ring' down the planet as being composed of negroid, caucasoid, and mongoloid being that they had all the traits of the three skull shapes now seen in man?

    What of the age discrepancies? Science for example says the following. Granted some of this updates as they discover new things but this seems to say the oldest people are Negros and that all people were dark at one time. So if this was a first race, speaking a first language it stands to reason they would have the oldest DNA and the oldest DNA on the planet is out of Africa not Helsinki. Just sayin'.
    This is another very interesting topic. The migration of the root race is something I have looked into a lot.

    Especially the Kurgan Hypothesis and the origin of the much newer white race.

    These maps explain the halplogroups visually so it is easier to keep track of.



    However, this is a really deserves its own thread. I can give you more in depth analysis.

    PS

    L is for Legacy (the walking migration)
    Universal sound "out of breath" after long walk "lah, lah, lah" or alternatively allah allah allah. "EL" is Allah (breath of creation)
    More on this later.

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    Much of the Survivor series of videos demonstrates how undependable institutional science has proven to be. Research is not allowed to contradict established ideas. History has been manipulated greatly and all official science will interpret data to back those theories up. I read all data and them make my own mind up about it. Same scientists tell us, GMO's vaccines and a host of other things are harmless or good for us. Klaus Dona has been dealing with these "scientists" for decades. They also consider Darwin's theories to be absolute truth.
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    Quote Originally posted by modwiz View Post
    Much of the Survivor series of videos demonstrates how undependable institutional science has proven to be. Research is not allowed to contradict established ideas. History has been manipulated greatly and all official science will interpret data to back those theories up. I read all data and them make my own mind up about it. Same scientists tell us, GMO's vaccines and a host of other things are harmless or good for us. Klaus Dona has been dealing with these "scientists" for decades. They also consider Darwin's theories to be absolute truth.
    This is very true. Darwin didn't even believe in his own theories. If fact he didn't even call it a theory. Darwin wrote many disclaimers in his works stating that his book was just a guess and he had no proof of anything. It was just wild speculation on his part which was a position he maintained until his death.

    After Darwin died "they" raised him up the status of saint and declared his theory the absolute truth.

    If a scientist doesn't believe in evolution = no grant money = no research
    There has not been a significant challenge to his theory in over 100 years. The research isn't allowed. It is forbidden. Taboo.

    My investigation into the root language really isn't research. It is kind of an intuitive thing. When I was young I read an entire 1500 page dictionary cover to cover and a good part of the encyclopedia. I have a huge vocabulary and can "see" truths. Part of it is remote viewing I have seen with the 3rd eye. I can also see atoms, quantums, and other invisible things with the 3rd eye.


    What we call science was invented by the Jesuits. The scientific method was created by Sir Francis Bacon in his book the "New Atlantis." He admired the inquisition and their ability to extract the truth from heretics and sinners. He argued that science should "torture" mother nature herself. Bacon actually used the word "Torture" because he was in love with the inquisition and was a Jesuit. As far as Bacon was concerned Mother Earth and Gaia was a 'witch' that needed to be tortured on the rack until she confessed and give up her secrets.

    That is not science. That is evil. If you torture and twist something enough it will tell you anything you want it to tell you. Torture only brings out false confessions. That is what evolution is, a tortured twisting of the truth.

    My beliefs are somewhat around what Charles Darwin actually wrote. Evolution is guess, something to explore intellectually, not something to ram down everyone's throat as the absolute truth.
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    While I agree with all said about Darwin etc I don't see the fact that he was actually not a believer in his own theories as helping. Science apparently listens intently to every utterance until those which state such things that fall on deaf ears apparently. For example science today will not recognize that modern day humans existed beyond the oldest skull found. The one they accept as the oldest example is one that was found in Ethiopia and dates to 196,000 years ago. If one considers that land equaling in size to the the total combined continents of China and Europe once was habitable and above sea level before the flood one realizes that a lot of evidence could have been submerged on those lands. If found that could push this back but to date that is as old as science will accept that mankind has been around as he is today. DNA is not even dated beyond this but actually as you can see by the ages posted the oldest DNA is that of like 70,-80,000 years. I guess DNA was impossible to extract from the older find but they did carbon 14 date it.

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    Metaphysical letters continued...

    J is the kings beard.


    Bonus: anyone who speaks Korean knows about the J-shaped tongue.
    Korean (Hangul) is in part a metaphysical language because it is based around tongue and lip shapes and shares traits with root language.

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    We have another confirmation of a statement from one of the videos here. Very interesting indeed! Physical proof! Gotta love it! http://www.livescience.com/52868-fos...ts-norway.html

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    K is the whip crack of the task master and school master


    Note the word Kenosis which means complete devotion to God. Which God? Ken + Osis (Osiris) which is Assur.

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    This is just so wonderful Novosod...I am really enjoying your extensive work.

    This was posted here http://jandeane81.com/threads/8229-R...#post841941244





    The Oera Linda Manuscript has the Frisean language as shown above.... The video is tending to back claims that the manuscript is a fraud. One can read between the lines however to get an idea of what it says.


    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CAoZS52CoU


    I dunno why youtube videos fail to embed well for me.....
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    Quote Originally posted by Jengelen View Post
    We have another confirmation of a statement from one of the videos here. Very interesting indeed! Physical proof! Gotta love it! http://www.livescience.com/52868-fos...ts-norway.html
    That's an amazing article, Jengelen. Not so much for the conventional dating guesswork being thrown around there so much as the hard evidence staring us in the face of a tropical forest of bizarre looking trees in Norway. I've seen similar things before, with Siberia apparently being temperate during the last ice age, but it excites me every time I see new evidence for these sorts of things.

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    Letter L is Assur's Leg
    Universal sound of being out of breath (Lah Lah Lah)


    Anyone old enough to remember the $10,000 Pyramid show from the 70s and 80s?

    Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8XIlu5Y2gg

    It wasn't called $10,000 Pyramid for nothing. That is how the root language works.

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    I'd like to expand on the name/word 'Assur' a bit more, and its meaning.
    As you have said, Assur is connected to Asir/Aesir - which is connected to Asura (India) and Ahura (Middle East). In the north, 'ur' became 'ir', also in the name Os-ir-is (Asir-IS). 'Ur' means 'ancient', and 'As' is the original creator beings (the soul group Aesir/Ahura), so 'Ass-ur' means 'ancient creator being'.
    Assur was considered the head of the pantheon in Assyria (named after him), also interchangeably spelled Ashur. Ash-Ur relates to the Tree of Life, the Source life network - it is no accident that Yggdrasil, the nordic World Tree was depicted as an ash tree. So his name also denotes one who came in ancient times from the life network of Source, through the Tree (through the nine realms, the nine dimensions).

    Ashur was depicted in ancient Assyria as the protector of the Asherah Tree:



    The Asherah Tree was the feminine principle of Source (Ash-e-Ra - the Tree of the Light of Source), and worshipped in the ancient Middle East as the wife and counterpart of El, the father/masculine principle. In the above image, Ashur shoots the arrow of Immaculate Conception (the lily-headed arrow) through the Bow/Crescent of the Mother, within the Ring of Life (also symbolically, as a sun god, through the Sun's Ring, the solar portal of Light).
    Later on, the priesthood fell into distortion, and they destroyed the Asherah Tree (literally cut down statues and living trees that symbolized Asherah, such as terebinth trees) and erased the Mother principle from their teachings/texts, leaving only El, the masculine part. The worship of Ashur became military/martial, revering the bow of war, rather than the bow of Life, if you feel that twist into lower energies.

    Assur/Ashur was often depicted as a winged bull (with a bull's or man's head). Right at the time I was connecting deeply with him and posting about him (in his current 5D soul aspect form as Arnap, brother of Ashtar) ISIL militants broke into the Mosul Museum in Iraq and destroyed the statues in there - including drilling the faces off the winged bulls of Ashur - and then bulldozed Nineveh, the old Assyrian capital. This was exactly at the time the 'Divine Bull' energy was inflowing strongly - the lower masculine 'control' energy reacting against it, albeit subconcsciously. From a galactic/star family point of view, the Bull energy is connected with the constellation Taurus, especially its alpha star Aldebaran (the Eye of the Bull), and the star systems Hyades and Pleiades within it, and from the closely related system of Alpha Centauri, within the constellation Centaurus - Cen-Taurus means 'new bull' (the new bull being a centaur - formerly, some civilizations described Centaurus as a bull). The horseshoe (of the horse/centaur) was seen in ancient Egypt as the Door of Life...and came down through later cultures as a sign of good luck...

    The astrological symbol for Taurus, the stylized bull's head (the masculine) is also the Bow or Crescent of the feminine on the Ring of Life, so its a merged whole energy:



    'Ashtar', or more fully, Ash'Ta'Hor, means the Hour that brings the energy - of the Tree of Life to land ('Ta' is land, base, foundation, 'Hor' is hour, time), in other words, a soul that anchors/lands the Life energy, in Divine Timing. The Ahura are with us, Novusod, many of them - may humanity see and feel them again, free of distorting beliefs, ego projections, or religions old and new....
    Last edited by Joanna, 26th November 2015 at 12:00.

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