Rock of Ages

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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In a moment we will return to my encyclopedia for more onrepparttar Zodiac becauserepparttar 122170 mounds are a way of connecting torepparttar 122171 cosmic energy which comes to earth and through which it passes and is part of. Forrepparttar 122172 moment let us re-visit our present book’s early academic (Kenyon) as he actually (surprisingly) opens doors torepparttar 122173 trepanning, skull deformation and ‘Obscene Ritual’ (Skull & Bones andrepparttar 122174 Bush family of Nazi leanings) ofrepparttar 122175 Dragons and other Illuminized cults of elites.

“Let us return, finally, torepparttar 122176 burial mounds of Ontario. These appear to be related in some complex fashion torepparttar 122177 neolithic revolution. Their primary function, in all probability, was to markrepparttar 122178 locations of sacred places and to establish territorial occupation. The sites they occupied were used as ceremonial centres forrepparttar 122179 loosely organized bands that occupiedrepparttar 122180 surrounding areas (cf. Speck 1915). After spendingrepparttar 122181 winter scattered throughoutrepparttar 122182 band territory in small family groups,repparttar 122183 people would assemble at a traditional spot, probably inrepparttar 122184 spring when fish were spawning or inrepparttar 122185 fall when beds of wild rice would be ready for harvesting. Only at those periods would food resources have been sufficiently abundant to maintainrepparttar 122186 entire band at one place.

These assemblies provided an opportunity for social interaction on a broader scale than would have been possible throughout most ofrepparttar 122187 year. It was during such periods, too, thatrepparttar 122188 chiefs and other leaders ofrepparttar 122189 group would discuss band affairs withrepparttar 122190 various family heads and elders. But above all, such occasions provided an opportunity for all ofrepparttar 122191 band members to participate in those rituals and ceremonies that reaffirmed and sustained community sentiments.

The nature ofrepparttar 122192 ceremonies themselves cannot be determined at present, although we are offered a few tantalizing clues as torepparttar 122193 subject matter around which they revolved. Most ofrepparttar 122194 available data are derived, of course, fromrepparttar 122195 burials found withinrepparttar 122196 mounds and in submound pits.

In Northwestern Ontario, {Site ofrepparttar 122197 Nipissing magi and Mediwiwin group who are influenced by Masons ofrepparttar 122198 Christian Mystery School Complex or Rosicrucian Dragons.}repparttar 122199 skulls that have openings in their occipital regions are reasonably clear evidence of power transfer. The individuals whose skulls were opened would have had some unusual and highly valued personal characteristics;repparttar 122200 occipital openings made it possible to remove their brains and to transfer those characteristics fromrepparttar 122201 dead torepparttar 122202 living. This would have been accomplished through a religious ceremony that included eatingrepparttar 122203 brain that wasrepparttar 122204 seat of such wondrous powers. {I detail this in many books - andrepparttar 122205 modern Thalami research that is showing merit torepparttar 122206 Cosmic Thought Field.} The eating, of course, could have been either actual or symbolic. {The Communion and Eucharist is derived fromrepparttar 122207 earlier rituals of this sort. Onlyrepparttar 122208 most powerful elites get to eatrepparttar 122209 thalami forrepparttar 122210 much needed melatonin, iridium and rhodium.} In either event,repparttar 122211 highly valued qualities would not be lost torepparttar 122212 band through death but would be preserved through reincarnation. {The living cells as close to still living as possible are most needed and some ofrepparttar 122213 old seers would end their lives during this ritual as they would have known throughout their life – it would happen.}

Such practices were probably much more widespread thatrepparttar 122214 archaeological evidence would suggest at first glance; for we know that highly valued characteristics are often located in organs other thanrepparttar 122215 brain. {Thusrepparttar 122216 Biblical ‘Devoted Ones’ shown in Cahill’s Gifts ofrepparttar 122217 Jews were harvested for hearts too – as inrepparttar 122218 Aztec rituals and Moshe who also became impacted by these Dragons likerepparttar 122219 Prince of Palenque.} Our own western European culture, for example, locates many of its most highly prized characteristics inrepparttar 122220 heart. The point is that power transfer was probably much more widespread than current data suggest, simply becauserepparttar 122221 removal of most organs for this purpose would have left no skeletal evidence…

One ofrepparttar 122222 major ritual acts ofrepparttar 122223 people, however, wasrepparttar 122224 building ofrepparttar 122225 mounds themselves. For it is almost certainly an error to look upon mound-building primarily in terms of engineering. {Especiallyrepparttar 122226 lesser and more mundane imitations ofrepparttar 122227 period he is focused upon.} We must see it, rather, as a by-product of sociological processes; that is, we should look upon mound-building as we look uponrepparttar 122228 performance of a ballet or drama in our own society. Theatres may arise as a result of our interest in such cultural pursuits butrepparttar 122229 significance of a ballet or drama resides, surely, inrepparttar 122230 performance itself. The play’srepparttar 122231 thing! Oncerepparttar 122232 mound was built, of course, it would have served, as it does a theatre, as a backdrop for other rituals. For once again, it is through such rituals and ceremonies that human groups are bound together and that individual lives are shaped to ancestral patterns.

The masked and painted skulls from Hungry Hall were part of one such ritual. And when it was over,repparttar 122233 skulls, likerepparttar 122234 props of a drama that had run its course, were tossed rather carelessly intorepparttar 122235 corner of a grave.” (14)

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We Live in Exciting Times

Written by John Cali

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Manifesting has never been easier. Creatingrepparttar life you want,repparttar 122169 perfect life, has never been easier.

The energy on your planet has intensified many times over inrepparttar 122170 past 10 to 20 years. And now you are atrepparttar 122171 highest point of intensity inrepparttar 122172 history of your planet, and certainly inrepparttar 122173 history of humankind. There has never been a more powerful time in your human history. This truly is an exciting time to be alive.

The saying, “Ask and you shall receive,” has never, ever held more power and meaning for you than it does right now.

You are living in an era of extremes. Extremes of human tragedies and extremes of human joys.

All is well, friends. You only need to choose which end ofrepparttar 122174 spectrum you will experience -- hard times or joyful times. Whatever choice you make, it will be yours, and quickly.

Choose your thoughts and your focus carefully. For whatever you think and focus on must manifest.

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