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    Trajan's Column and Mega Machines

    In a book titled Ancient Inventions authors Thorpe and James tell us anything we could build up to the mid 20th Century was capable of being built by ancient Romans who invented almost nothing. You can go further and say they thought almost all of our knowledge in 1950 had been known to the ancients. Thales had a steam engine and the Antikythera is a computer we still do not fully comprehend. They are conservative academics and they document each of their assertions.

    I hope you will enjoy seeing this video describing some of the ancient construction methods without the usual kind of hype that people like Zahi Hawass (thankfully proven as a fraud and replaced) has subjected humanity to - aliens and Caycean nonsense with his fellow Cayce plant and educated 'expert' Mark Lehner.

    You could call Trajan a great movie producer with a comic flare for propaganda. I hope this graphical slide show lasts long enough for everyone to view it.

    A basic teaching aid slide show addresses a few other technologies.

    Hopefully this book will stay viewable so you can see a number of Caesar's not being recognized as Caesar until Trajan, but more important is the book titled Numa. Numa's electrical generators are in the British Museum.

    The date for the founding of Rome is a legend in my opinion. It appears much of Numa or his life is as well, but the important thing all sources agree upon is the study of electricity that gives us a glimpse further backwards in time to electroplating which I think was done in the third millennia BPE if not before. Of course, those who faked gold or silver (often more rare than gold in these times) would not easily share their knowledge.

    Numa was not the only ancient working with electricity and energy forces.

    Hold on to your hat! No kidding this could actually knock your hat off. Outside your body (in your aura or part of your solar body) you have five chakras to go with the seven in your body that co-ordinate the inner chhi and nerve energies (Which Eastern thought knew thousands of years before modern neuroscience.). The people who built the stupas and temples knew a thing or two about these energies also. The Irish and Keltic menhirs and megaliths we have said have piezo electric charges also act as antennae as the Pyramid collects solar and earth grid energy. And we have many threads on the cultural to mind-body evolution and at -one -ments where this will apply. It will also apply to the psychotronic generation through the ankh in the Pavlita generator and the caduceus coiled Kundalini serpent on staffs like the medical groups have and which staffs of ancient esoteric adepts had that were enhanced into the Tepaphone. The shem-an-na conical stones also have similar design.

    "The cosmic energies of the heavens above are sometimes channeled into the buildings and megalithic structures of earth using an antenna-like conical structure (i.e. a Spire). On ancient religious architectural buildings like the stupa or pagoda, the mast/yasti/horin is the conical structure that functions as the antenna of the building....

    The bending of the spine of the pagoda is derived from the knowledge that came to the Far East from India and India derived it from the Egyptians/Aryan Scythians/Israelites. The spine of the pagoda and the pagoda itself move in a very serpentine manner, which hints at the presence of the Danites {DN?} among the founders of this style of architectural design....

    Jacob’s ladder is the spine/axis mundi of the Earth and the human bodies of the Israelite and gentile followers of Christ, who yield their vessels to the influence of the spirit of the Most High God, I AM. According to scripture, God does not dwell in temples made by the hands of men but his church is the human bodies of those same Israelites and gentiles who yield their will to his, and Christ is the cornerstone of the temple (Ephesians 2:20). However, for pagan temples and the bodies of those who yield their mind’s to the Anti-Christ, the keystone/cornerstone or spine of their build is the backbone of the god Ptah/Osiris....

    The energies of specific celestial bodies that are channeled into the temple of Osiris/Baal effectively transform the minds and bodies of the individuals exposed to the energy. The shape of the building, in this example, a stupa or gab H1354, magnifies that energy inside of the temple chamber and quickens the process of “enlightenment”. This enlightenment can be defined as a unification of the mind and body of man (the human/physical temple) with the mind and body of the spirit/god/energy of the temple. These temples are typically built in specific locations that align with particular energies that aid the process of transformation and enlightenment....

    By chance or design some people, due to their proximity to the alignments, are more influenced by its energies. Perhaps in the distant past this was planned for spiritual leaders, like druidic priests – key occurrences of their lives such as conception, birth and spiritual initiation occurred at strategic locations along the alignments, such as Avebury, during times of peak energy activity. For them, their body’s cells are exposed to a maximum level of energy. The very liquid crystal structure of billions of cells within their bodies resonates with the energy emanating from the fault lines....

    “The Laver of Water of Purification refers to the Waters of Binah, the Female Power refelcted in the Waters of Creation.” (p. 61 GD Second Knowledge Lecture) In the Practicus Ritual, the symbolism of the Stolistes, the Cup of Water is discussed:

    The Cup of the Stolistes partakes in part of the Symbolism of the Laver of Moses and the Sea of Solomon. On the Tree of Life, it embraces nine of the Sephiroth, exclusive of Kether. Yesod and Malkuth form the triangle below, the former the apex, the latter the base. Like Caduceus, it further represents the Three Elements of Water, Air and Fire. The Crescent is the Water which is above the Firmament, and the Triangle the consuming Fire below, which is opposed to the Celestial Fire symbolized by the upper part of the Caduceus....

    The conical crown channels the energy of energy frequency of Nimrod/Osiris/Baal/Buddha and the wearer becomes the embodiment/temple of the god. The knowledge of how to unite/resonate with a god/energy was guard secret and perhaps adds another aspect to the idea of “divine right” of rulership. In the Hindu/Buddhist practice of Vastu Shastra, it is believed that the temple not only is symbolic of the house of the deity on earth but it is the actual deity itself. The human body is a temple, so, adorning it in certain regalia will change the shape/reception of the antenna and temple/body. This will allow the body to channel a particular energy frequency, through oscillation, transforming the human bod/temple into the deity. This is one way that god-kings ruled by divine right or divine rite, for on certain people possessed the divine knowledge/mysteries of metaphysics and occult rites."


    So you can see form has it's place in the memes and icons of all things. The Pharaoh's hats, the Witch's hat and your dunce cap all focus energy to your Third Eye or Pineal gland we have said was also in the caduceus and looks like a pine cone. Your pineal gland has crystals and acts like a crystal radio set of old as the book The Wonder Child told us people like Gazzaniga and Edelman are researching. Any pressure or energy approaching the Thalami are processed and used by the adept. It was so effective that the Chanes of Central America boarded their kids head to make it separate the brain hemispheres to allow the cosmic energy direct access to the Thalami and Third Eye. Dagobert's trepanning was for this reason and not what academics tell you, he was a Merovingian King of France. One of the reasons laid out by Gardiner for the need of the fresh human thalami is those crystalline structures including Rhodium and Iridium. Thus you have the psychic supermen like the Bush Family who do the Bonesmen Obscene Rituals. I believe it wears off in short order and was just kidding about the Bush family being super.
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    If you have not read Gibbon's masterpiece you should. I enjoyed his writing style and insight a great deal. I found so many things that are overlooked by most historians, including how he says Trajan, Numa and the Antonines are meritorious for their wisdom which the people clearly decided was the best form of government after what they had been through - and we should too.

    I was going through the following looking for anything of value and could not help wondering why Milton is held in high regard other than his role as Christian author and British journalist. You can wade through it to see anything about Numa and Trajan which are mentioned in the lead-in, due to my browsing request for them.

    "Milton: Tenure of Kings - Notes - Dartmouth College

    Numa. Numa, according to the legends recorded in Livy's History of Rome 1.19, .... George Buchanan tells this story of Trajan in his History of Scotland, book 20: ..."

    Yes, Trajan is an example of many things and we should not judge him harshly for his warring ways, given the state of affairs he was born into.

    "IN the eight hundred and fiftieth year from the foundation of the city, in the consulship of Vetus and Valens, the empire was restored to a most prosperous condition, being committed, with great good fortune, to the rule of meritorious princes. To Domitian, a most murderous tyrant, succeeded NERVA, a man of moderation and activity in private life, and of noble descent, though not of the very highest rank. He was made emperor at an advanced age, Petronius Secundus, the praefect of the praetorian guards, and Parthenius, one of the assassins of Domitian, giving him their support, and conducted himself with great justice and public spirit.1 He provided for the good of the state by a divine foresight, in his adoption of Trajan. He died at Rome, after a reign of one year, four months, and eight days, in the seventy-second year of his age, and was enrolled among the gods.

    2 To him succeeded ULPIUS CRINITUS TRAJANUS, born at Italica2 in Spain, of a family rather ancient than eminent for his father was the first consul in it. He was chosen emperor at Agrippina, a city of Gaul. He exercised the government in such a manner, that he is deservedly preferred to all the other emperors. He was a man of extraordinary skill in managing affairs of state, and of remarkable courage. The limits of the Roman empire, which, since the reign of Augustus, had been rather defended than honourably enlarged, he extended far and wide. He rebuilt some cities in Germany; he subdued Dacia by the overthrow of Decebalus, and formed a province beyond the Danube, in that territory which the Thaiphali, Victoali, and Theruingi now occupy. This province was a thousand miles in circumference.

    3 He recovered Armenia, which the Parthians had seized, putting to death Parthamasires who held the government of it. He gave a king to the Albani. He received into alliance the king of the Iberians, Sarmatians, Bosporani, Arabians, Osdroeni, and Colchians. He obtained the mastery over the Cordueni and Marcomedi, as well as over Anthemusia, an extensive region of Persia. He conquered and kept possession of Seleucia, Ctesiphon, Babylon, and the country of the Messenii. He advanced as far as the boundaries of India, and the Red Sea, where he formed three provinces, Armenia, Assyria, and Mesopotamia, including the tribes which border on Madena.3 He afterwards, too, reduced Arabia into the form of a province. He also fitted out a fleet for the Red Sea, that he might use it to lay waste the coasts of India.

    4 Yet he went beyond his glory in war, in ability and judgment as a ruler, conducting himself as an equal towards all, going often to his friends as a visitor,4 either when they were ill, or when they were celebrating feast days, and entertaining them in his turn at banquets where there was no distinction of rank, and sitting frequently with them in their chariots; doing nothing unjust towards any of the senators, nor being guilty of any dishonesty to fill his treasury; exercising liberality to all, enriching with offices of trust, publicly and privately, every body whom he had known even with the least familiarity; building towns throughout the world, granting many immunities to states, and doing every thing with gentleness and kindness; so that during his whole reign, there was but one senator condemned, and he was sentenced by the senate without Trajan's knowledge. Hence, being regarded throughout the world as next to a god, he deservedly obtained the highest veneration both living and dead."

    The link above is a wealth of decent but brief insight to the history of Roman Emperors. I especially like the good Reverend's characterization of Commodus, who you see in the movie Gladiator and played by Joaquin Phoenix. He says he was known as "the enemy of the human race".
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    Could the huge cranes used by Trajan have been used to position the Colossus of Rhodes? How about even larger cranes moving huge rocks at Ba'albek? This is almost too hard to imagine unless other methods were employed including harmonics.

    The Origin of the Name Ba'albek:

    'The first syllable 'Baal' corresponds to the Sun of the ancient Phoenicians. The Syriac termination 'Bak' means town; the Phoenician ending 'Beka' means 'country'. However, in a recently discovered Phoenician inscription, the word 'Beka' has the meaning of town. In Egyptian, the word 'Bak' also means town'. (1)

    We can conclude that the name Baalbek means 'The city/town of the Sun'.

    The Beqqa valley sits at 1150m above sea level and was recently occupied by armed forces (2004).

    While Lebanon is mentioned in the bible for its cedar-wood, it is perhaps curious that the Ba'albek temple was not also mentioned. (except perhaps as Solomon's temple in Lebanon). The stones used for the construction of the temple platform at Baalbek stand on record as the largest known quarried, cut-stones in prehistory (Three of which are regularly estimated at 800 - 1,200 tons each).

    The existing foundations of the temple were built over by the Greeks, who dedicated it the temple to Jupiter.


    The origins of the site and the first builders are lost to us. However, it is often generally accepted that the foundations of the temple were constructed by the Phoenicians (1),(2).

    Weaver (3), mentions the temple of Ba'albek and the Phoenicians in the same passage:

    " ... turn our thoughts to the temple of Solomon - to his own house, to his house of the forest of Lebanon - the former of which, even the second temple, we know from Josephus, was made of stones immensely large; and as to the latter, the sacred historian tells us, that " the foundation was of costly stones; even great stones; stones of ten cubits and stones of eight cubits." And if we take into account that Huran, a Phoenician, and his servants, who were Phoenicians, assisted in building Solomons temple..."

    In the link that the above comes from we see an origin for the family of Jesus (Solomon is Sol and Moon both) as shepherds which does not mean any of them tended sheep but rather shepherded people as their kings.

    And the DNN (Homer) or Danaus are found in Persia, Greece, Macedonia, Scythia, Egypt and Ba'albek. They are in every culture they gave alphabets to throughout the Mediterranean - yes, they are the Phoenicians.

    The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, ...

    Charles Rollin - 1851
    Danaus forms a design to murder Se- sostris his brother, i. 57. he retires into ... Darius the Mede : Cyaxares II. king of the Medes, is so called in Scripture.

    Philip (father of Alexander the Great) conquered most of Scythia before Alexander continued the plan to unite all Keltoi (Homer called DNN and others call Danaus, ogygia and so on) realms. The web is awash with nationalistic fervour and stupidity about Alexander in the present day and even European politicians are involved in the debates. Here is a little insight from The New York Times.

    “In the Kingdom of Alexander the Great, Ancient Macedonia” on view at the Louvre Museum here does so through stunning visual evidence. Discovered mostly within the past four decades, it reveals “the other Greece” — one that does not fit the image cherished by the European cultivated elites since Renaissance times.

    Gone is the cliché of Alexander invading an unknown Middle East in retaliation for the “Median Wars” waged by the emperors Darius and Xerxes against Greece. Intercourse between Iran and Macedonia started long before, and it left an imprint on Macedonian art that has yet to be acknowledged.

    Better still, the show demonstrates that the supposedly remote Macedonia isolated in the far north of the Hellenic world was influenced at an early date by lands very far to the east. The distant Mecenian civilization fascinated Macedonia, as witness the pottery excavated at Livadia near Aiane. Some two-handled vessels — say “kantharos” if you wish to sound sophisticated — have profiles that call for comparison with artifacts found in the heart of present-day Turkey where the Hittites laid the foundations of one of their Indo-European cultures in the early second millennium B.C."

    The Hittites are the Hatti and origins of Berbers too, according to Stuart historians I have quoted in other threads. They trace themselves to these ancient people and indeed all white people come from the Caucasus- so why not?
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    My early research assistant had been the student of Fritz Heichelheim whose book is a textual resource in the course which follows. I would say the early origins of technology is his main contribution based on what my friend Peter Lye told me. Peter said Heichelheim thought the origin of most technology used by the Classical cultures he studied (Rome and Greece) was from the Altaic which fit my side of the arguments we were engaged in at first.

    "Since the Roman Empire was the heir to and culmination of developments that had been underway in the Near East and the eastern Mediterranean region since the fourth millennium, reference will be made, especially in the first two lectures, to earlier periods and states. Furthermore, since the Roman Empire did not exist in isolation from its neighbours, reference will also be made to its interaction with peoples and states outside its borders."

    Peter also spoke with much admiration for Lewis Mumford who I see mentioned in the Bibliography. I am not certain but I think Heichelheim had been associated with Mumford.
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