The Bridges/Jadczyk Correspondence Part 7

From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                (Fwd) Re: OT:Mysteries of Coral Castle
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Tue, 25 May 1999 13:48:52 -0400

 
Hi,
Guess you don’t like the C’s anymore since they say some “weird and different”  things!
 
But, anyway… finally found the books in UK and ordered them.  Brotherhood of  Light seems to have disappeared from the net… 
 
Here is a funny “connection” to the alchemy business that was an “interwoven”  part of the subject.  I started to post it to the list, but decided against it. 
 
I’ve been going over Gardner’s genealogies and trying to figure out his  agenda… seems pretty clear that he HAS one… and this may be deliberate or  it may be “inspired” from other “realms.”  He talks out of both sides of his  mouth at once.  Several of his references are pretty shoddy sources in general  scholarly opinion – which may or may not mean something.
 
Have been reading F. David Peats book on Synchronicity and finding a lot of  applicable remarks to the “process” I have experienced with this subject.   Also, read a book with a remark about alchemy that sort of fits.  That the  cells of the body “sing” at a certain point and that reminded me of this:
 
 
Q: Alright.  I want to clear up some quick ones before I get
   into the more complicated subjects.  Left from last week:
   We talked about the statue of the Virgin of Candelaria,
   and the mode of its appearance.  But, I want to know what
   year it arrived on the Canaries?
A: No year was measured then.
Q: Well, I know the Guanches did not, but related to the
   Spaniards who arrived later and who learned about it, when
   was it?
A: Maybe 1198 would be good.
Q: Now, I notice that the Celtic name for the town of St.
   Albans is Verulamium, and that is where Henry Percy, son
   of Hotspur, was killed in battle.  I also notice that Sir
   Francis Bacon was Lord Verulam, and he was thought to be
   not only a Rosicrucian, but also the author of the
   Shakespearean plays, as well as some of the Rosicrucian
   manifestos…
A: Check out Alton Towers, for clues.
Q: Okay, I will do that.  Thank you.  Okay.  Now, there is a
   thing called the GONG project on Tenerife. My feeling is
   that it is a mask for something else.
A: Close.
Q: What, precisely, is the GONG project doing?
A: Magnetic frequency.  Measurements for possible future use.
Q: Future use for what purpose?
A: Discovery.  Oh, you are so “brilliant.”
Q: Is brilliant the code word for the discovery here?
A: You will see.
Q: You guys are so funny!  Next: Is there any relation
   between the dietary restrictions of the Jews and the
   instructions for animal sacrifice on the alter as
   delivered in the book of Leviticus, and the present day
   cattle mutilations and possible use of humans for food?
A: Disconnected variables.
Q: Okay, let’s back up: is there any relationship between the
   instructions for animal sacrifice and the cattle mutes?
A: Only in the general sense of enzyme actions upon
   leukocytes.
Q: Does that mean that the instructions for preparation of
   sacrificial animals were designed to prepare them for
   alien ‘food?’
A: More for energy transfer.
Q: Do you mean energy transfer in the a) sense of the
   transfer of the energy of the animal through the
   sacrifice, or b) the transfer of the energy of the human
   performing the sacrifice into the animal, and then through
   the animal to the alien (and I am using the term alien in
   its broadest sense) ?
A: Why not both?
Q: The next thing is the dietary restrictions.  Many cultures
   eat rabbits and pigs, in specific, those of Aryan
   extraction.  The rabbit was sacred to Athena, and the
   Celts at a LOT of pork.  Yet, here these items are
   restricted from the diet of the Jews.  Is there any
   relation between the diet as outlined here, and the Aryan
   genetic tendencies to conquest and domination?
A: Trichinosis used to be nonexistent in Aryan types… But,
   mixing of genetic factors eliminated this.
Q: So, the Jews were susceptible to trichonosis, and the
   Aryans were not?
A: Originally.
Q: So, it was necessary for the Jews not to eat the pork, but
   not for the Aryans, and the mixing caused susceptibility.
   In a general sense, are strong Aryan genetics indicative
   of the necessity for the consumption of meat?
A: In a sense, but pescadorial features substitute semi-
   adequately.
Q: Pescadorial. Semi-adequately.  What needed to be added so
   that the substitution would be not just semi-adequate, but
   totally adequate?
A: Iron/protein levels.
Q: So, it is the iron that the Celts need?  Well, that brings
   me to the next question: In all the Celtic folklore when
   they talk about ‘fairies,’ which are obviously other
   density beings very similar to our modern ‘Gray alien,’
   these fairy/slash aliens insist that no iron come near
   them in any way.  It was also said that bringing iron into
   contact with someone thought to be a ‘changeling’ would
   prove whether or not they were because if they were, they
   would disappear instantly.  Also, the instructions for the
   building of the Temple of Solomon included restrictions on
   the use of iron in either the preparation of the materials
   or the putting together of the building itself, even down
   to the rejection of the use of iron nails in any part.
   What is the significance of this restriction on the use of
   iron by these other density beings, whoever they are?
A: Bloodline trails.
Q: Are you saying that… I don’t understand… not even well
   enough to frame another question…
A: You will, my dear, oh will you!
Q: If it was necessary for the Aryans to have iron… okay,
   maybe the iron is something that interacts…
A: What about iron as an element?
Q: Okay, let’s see: Iron – derived from early Celt ‘iserno,’
   via Illyrian ‘eisarno’ from the IndoEuropean base ‘eis,’
   which means to ‘move vigorously; strong, holy.’  It is a
   white, malleable, ductile, metallic chemical element that
   can be readily magnetized, rusts rapidly in moist or salty
   air, and is vital to plant and animal life;  it is the
   most common and important of all metals, and its alloys,
   as steel, are extensively used.  Symbol: Fe; atomic
   weight:55.847; atomic number: 26; specific gravity: 7.86;
   melting point: 1535 degrees Centigrade; boiling point
   3,000 degrees C.  The electron shells are thus: 2,14,8,2.
   Iron is an element of blood, hemoglobin, and is easily
   magnetized… there is some new work about iron and
   magnetite in the brains of people who are psychic or have
   ‘abduction’ experiences… is it the magnetism?
A: Yes….
Q: Is it something that holds one more firmly in 3rd density,
   and the elimination of it enables one to switch
   densities… or…
A: Tis magnetite that acts as a conduit, and perhaps, just
   perhaps, allows for transference back and forth at will?!?
   And what about the legend about the alchemists?  Is not
   the key term there really transformation?!?  And has not
   the “smoke screen” really been delivered so effectively by
   all the concentration upon the substance?!?  And does not
   this remind one indeed of all the misguided concentration
   upon substance rather than meaning that one finds so
   regularly on 3rd density??
Q: I get it!  So, it is the magnetite in the body, that
   collects and holds the charge, and it has absolutely
   nothing to do with an external substance at all!  Is that
   it?
A: You are getting “warmer.”
Q: Am I right, we need more iron for magnetite, or am I
   completely off base here?
A: You are right, but, do not underestimate the significance
   of that just delivered!  What better deception than to
   divert the meaning of alchemy, by focusing upon substance,
   then addicting those souls bound to 3rd density to the
   substance?
Q: Okay, it is the magnetite that acts as a conduit.  And the
   concentration is upon the substance, that is, the
   magnetite.  Let me conjecture that the thing that is
   believed to be distilled out of the alchemical operations
   is magnetite, is that correct?
A: No, because no need, if not deceived by other efforts.
Q: Were these other efforts involved with sexual function?
A: More like the results of same.
Q: Okay, they were concentrating on…
A: Today’s version of the deception could be your favorite
   and mine, “monoatomic gold.”
Q: Oh, the David Hudson fiasco…
A: There too, one is lead astray by substance…  Remember
   our little dissertation about all the really big bangs?
Q: Yes…. I remember… and I got a lot of flack from
   that…  The three days of darkness, et cetera… the
   implications… let’s back up…
A: Oh my, oh my, we can turn this powder into gold!!  And if
   you eat enough of it, you will have orgasms forever as a
   light being…  Oh my, oh my!!
Q: Good point!  Getting people addicted to the substance by
   these claims…
A: How addicted is Marti?
Q: Yes.  She is the one who is really promoting the David
   Hudson thing…
A: Did she want to have orgasms in heaven, or what?!?
Q: That’s true!  That was her idea of heaven – the Hindu
   lingam and yoni in perpetual motion!  Is there something
   else on this now, or can we move on?
A: Up to you.
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Q: Okay.  I learned the other day that the University of
   Montpelier was founded and that among the individuals who
   attended this university was Albertus Magnus, Thomas
   Aquinas, Roger Bacon, Arnold of Villanova and Ramon Llul,
   as well as Michl Nostredame.  Now, aside from the fact
   that all these people attended, they all seem to be
   somehow connected to the city of Cologne.  In fact,
   Albertus Magnus moved to the city of Cologne, and he was
   the teacher of Thomas Aquinas and they both wrote about a
   ‘talking head’ and, apparently, Albertus Magnus performed
   something of a miracle along the Rhine in a field… was
   this, by any chance, an alfalfa field?
A: Yes.
Q: And, is this OUR alfalfa field?
A: Close.
Q: It is said that 3 years is the normal time required for
   the master work when proceeding by the ‘white path,’ or
   the ‘humid way.’  Is this, essentially true?  Three years
   for the transformation?
A: Here, “time” serves as an illusion.
Q: Raymond Lully was rumored to have transformed a great deal
   of base metal into gold for Edward II of England.  Did
   Raymond transmute for Edward in 1311 or 1312?
A: Only method which will accomplish this uses high pitched
   melodic sounds, brought forth while in a trance state.
Q: Brought forth from what, the human voice?
A: From the center of within.
Q: Well, back to my question, did Raymond transmute gold for
   Edward, because there was supposedly some special
   treatment given Lully by Edward, and we know that Edward
   II was the arch enemy…
A: If you learn to concentrate on the present for such
   answers, the dividends realized will far exceed
   expectations.
Q: Oh, John Dee
   supposedly had a vision of the Angel Uriel who gave him a
   highly polished black stone which was convex, and into
   which he gazed to communicate with other realms.  This
   sounds very much like a psychomantium.  Okay, these beings
   would appear on the surface of the stone and reveal all
   the secrets of the future.  This was not an imaginary
   stone because it now resides in the British Museum.
   However, he late hooked up with Edward Kelly who was,
   apparently, a complet con-artist.  What kind of beings did
   Dee and Kelly conjure through their polished stone?
A: Fourth Density.
Q: STS or STO?
A: Both.
Q: Was Eugenius Philalethes the nom de plume for Thomas
   Vaughan?
A: Yes.
Q: What is the ‘prime matter’ of the alchemical process?
A: H2O.
Q: What? (Ark) Water can be in different states.
A: Heavy water.
Q: What is heavy water? (Ark) Instead of normal hydrogen, you
   have hydrogen atoms with two neutrons.  It is used in
   atomic plants.  (L) Okay, if that is the prime matter,
   what is the philosophical mercury that goes with it?
A: Wrong “track.”
Q: What is the right track?
A: See several answers back.
Q: It is not etherally correct to answer this?
A: No, sound, Laura, sound!  See Leed Skallen.
Q: How does one produce this sound?
A: We have given you the pieces, now “fit them in.”
Q: Well, they say that prime matter is that which is created
   by God and is firmly captured within you, yourself, and
   that any creature of God deprived of it will die.  So, I
   have come to the idea that this prime matter is blood,
   which is connected to the hemoglobin molecule, which is…
A: What is the human body composed of?  77 per cent… what?
Q: Well, water…
A: Bingo!
Q: Well, how does one change the water in one’s body to
   heavy water, and what kind of effect does that have on the
   system?
A: See previous responses!
Q: How does one make the water in the body into heavy water?
A: See previous responses!
Q: Is it as simple as going into a trance an humming ‘ooom?’
A: On the right track, but short of destination.
Q: Does it have something to do with the bones… using the
   bones in the body as resonators?
A: Just review when convenient.  Guessing will derail you.
Q: I need a clue about this sound…
A: You have been given this.
Q: Well, I thought about the DNA, marrow, blood, hemoglobin,
   magnetite, and the fact that blood is manufactured in the
   marrow of the bones, and the symbolism of the skull and
   crossbones which is also the symbol of the Rosie Cross,
   and the image of the blood of the pelican – so it just
   made me think that blood was important.  Does blood have
   something to do with this internal sound or does the sound
   change the blood?
A: No more on this.
 
Meanwhile,
back to the forwarded message…. having to do with sound and all that…
Laura
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Dear Karen,
 
I was originally going to send this to the list, but changed my mind. 
Don’t want to cause another “storm” to erupt.  But, thought you might find
it entertaining and you can share it with others who you think might be
interested also. Laura
 
On 24 May 99, at 21:48, Mythisis@aol.com wrote:
> Great website Karen..thanks for sending.  You are so lucky to have seen
> it.  I have seen it on TV shows but that is all.  I’ve always found it
> to be very interesting and I wonder about the man who built it…he
> always seemed rather mysterious.  
 
Hi Karen,
 
Yes, this Coral Castle thing is very strange and I have a funny story to
tell about it.  
 
(All who object to my “insights,” which I call “superluminal communication
with myself in the future,” and others call “channeling,” stop reading
right here.)
 
Back on 10-23-94 while I was going through all my “general mysteries of
the planet” series of questions, I jumped to the subject of Stonehenge:
 
Q: (L) Who built Stonehenge?
A: Druids.
Q: (L) Who were the Druids?
A: Early Aryan group.
Q: (L) How did they move the stones and set them up?
A: Sound wave focusing; try it yourself; Coral Castle.
Q: (L) Who taught the Druids to use the sound waves?
A: They knew; handed down.
Q: (L) When was Stonehenge built?
A: 6000 approx. B.C.
Q: (L) What was Stonehenge built to do or be used for?
A: Energy director.
Q: (L) What was this energy to be directed to do?
A: All things.
Q: (L) Was the energy to be directed outward or inward to the
   center?
A: Both.
Q: (L) Are you suggesting we should get together and try to
   move something with sound?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Does this sound come from our bodies?
A: Learn.  Laura will find answer through discovery.
 
Well, we couldn’t get any more information, so we moved to another
subject.
 
A few months later, in January, I was invited to speak to the 
Tampa/St.Pete/Clearwater MUFON group.  It was at that meeting that I was
approached by the journalist, Thomas French… AND another fellow who was
an associate of Henry Belk, the fellow who has spent a fortune traveling
around the world checking out and filming “psychic surgeons.”  This guy,
(the “associate”),  named Jiles Hamilton, invited me to come to Orlando
and speak to his “group” the following month.  I agreed.
 
On the drive over (two of my children accompanied me) my daughter asked me
what I was going to talk about.  I said that I wasn’t sure, because I had
no idea how “receptive” the audience would be.  So, she said: “Mom, you
don’t have time to break it to them gently.”  I thought that was a wise
child thing, and that is what I did.  I told the group about my personal
sighting which occurred at a time that I was still in the
“skeptical-to-the-point-of-contemptuous of UFOs” stage and how abruptly
and completely my life was changed by it and the realizations that
accompanied dealing with such a phenomenon.  I then told them about the
endless research I had done on the subject, having become obsessed with
discovering just exactly what this business was all about that I had
closed my eyes to for so many years.  That, of course, led to a brief
synopsis of the “C’s communication” and THEIR take on the subject.  
 
Okay, fine.  There was not a great deal of “receptivity.”  There was a gal
there who claimed to be a “Pleiadian Walk-In” and who offered to “cure me”
through her Pleiadian Dance Therapy… I declined.  There was a Cabala
teacher, assorted MUFON folks, and, of course, Henry Belk who was pretty
focused on his “psychic surgery” agenda.  
 
After my talk, we watched Henry’s latest video of a gal over on the East
Coast who “exudes” gold foil through the skin and who was Henry’s latest
object of study.  It was pretty fascinating because the camera was “up
close and personal” and you could SEE this stuff just “growing” out of
this girl’s body.  She was almost completely illiterate and sort of a
“Motorcycle Mama” type of person, so there was no “spiritual attribution”
going on.  It was curious.
 
Anyway, (yes, I am getting to the Coral Castle business!), after all the
presentations, snacks were being served and an old fellow came up to me
and said:  “I want to shake your hand!  What you have just done is the
most courageous thing I have ever seen!  I have been studying this
business for about 40 years and you are the first person I have ever heard
tell it like it REALLY is!”  
 
Of course, I was appreciative of the kind words, but not being entirely
sure that either my “source” or my own opinions are so right, I took it
with a grain of salt.  I thanked him and he started telling me that he was
a retired engineer from the Air Force, having formerly been in the Army
Air Corps, and was stationed in South Florida and saw a UFO in the
Everglades… he claimed to have been associated with J. Allen Hynek and
claimed to know Morris Jessup and a few others.   Then he said that he had
some stuff to show me and that I ought to pay him a personal visit
sometime.
 
By this time, I was thinking the guy was just a little loony, so I
politely eased myself into another group and just sort of stood there
drinking my cola and listening to what was being said.  There was a couple
visiting from the north and they were asking Jiles about the “Coral
Castle.”
 
Naturally, my ears pricked up at that.  I listened more carefully.  Jiles
told the folks:  “Oh, you have to ask Hilliard about THAT!  He knew the
guy who built it.”  He pointed off to the side and I looked where he was
pointing and it was my “little old man.”  
 
I became suddenly a LOT more interested in the old guy!   So, I waited for
my chance and cornered him and said: “I hear you knew the guy who built
the Coral Castle?”  “Ayup!”  (he had a funny “sing-song” way of talking.)
 
So, he was telling me about his friendship with Edward Leedskallin and how
he was the only person who was really close to the guy and what a crime it
was that Leonard Nimor made such a farce of the TV special about the thing
because it was pure hokey and all that.
 
But, he really wanted to talk about it in private and  said that he had a
MS that he had put toghether from his talks with Leedskallin and I ought
to come to see him and have a look.   It was the only copy and he was
afraid to turn loose of it.
 
Well, my curiosity got the better of me.  I made an appointment to come
back to the Orlando area, which I did the following month… February.  
 
The funny thing is, of course, that if the C’s had not mentioned the key
words: “Coral Castle,” I would probably have had NO interest in this guy
at ALL!  But, because they had offered it as a clue to a “discovery,” I
was “primed” and ready to follow the “trail.”
 
So, (hope this is not getting boring), I made the trip back over (it is
about 100 miles from my home) and visited Hilliard (that’s the guy’s
name.)
 
When I walked in his house, a beautiful lakeshore Frank Lloyd Wright type
affair, I was AMAZED at all the UFO stuff all over the place.  HUGE blown
up photos… shelves FULL of books and videos and “reports”…
knick-knacks… you name it.  He pulled out a big box of typewritten
sheets and we began to talk about Edward Leedskallin.  
 
Story is that EL was fond of telling folks that “he knew the secret of how
the pyramids were built.”  Also, apparently, the Coral Castle was built in
one place and then, because of zoning or some such reason, had to be
MOVED… and the guy did it in ONE NIGHT!   There never was any such thing
as  “lost love” called “Sweet Sixteen” that was told on the TV special – 
Leedskallin made that up just to bamboozle the media and laughed about it
ever after.
 
Hilliard pointed out that the most amazing thing about the building was
that the quarry where the stones came from HAD NO TAILINGS — that is,
there was no piles of “stonedust” from cutting.  
 
Hilliard hinted that he knew the “secret,” but he was not yet ready to
tell me… but he gave me a hint.  He said:  “You know, I am the only one
who was ever inside Edward’s private room.  He was very ascetic, and lived
in only one room with the barest necessities.  In his room were only four
objects: a cot bed, a table and chair that he made himself, and an
airplace seat suspended from the ceiling by chains.”
 
He looked at me VERY intently as he said this and I realized that this was
the clue.  
 
An “airplane seat?”  I asked.
 
“Ayup.”
 
Well, that was all he would say at that point.  He showed me photos of him
and Leedskallin (he was in his AF uniform) and there were photos of
Leedskallin and his children and group photos  and all that.  But, he
wouldn’t let me take the MS, even though I offered to retype it on
computer and put it on a diskette.  He said he would have to “think about
it.”
 
The very next day, Hilliard was in an auto accident… fortunately, he was
not seriously injured.  
 
Well, on 03-11-95, I brought the subject up with the C’s again:
 
Q: (L) I want to ask about the fellow with the Coral Castle.
   We went over to see Hillard, as you know.  He had an
   accident after we saw him, the very next day, in fact.
    When we were talking to Hillard, he told us about the
   man who built the Coral Castle. This fellow had,
   apparently, in his private quarters, four objects: a bed,
   a table and chair, and a swing made of an airplane seat suspended
   from the ceiling by a chain, complete with seatbelts.  Is
   this…
A: You got it right because you are learning and rebundling
   DNA as a result of this and other activities.
 
Well, the idea I had that the C’s did not wait for me to express, was that
this swing was ESSENTIAL to the process for some reason… that either he
used it to induce an altered state by swinging,  or that he did this by
“spinning.”  My preference as an idea was “spinning.”  
 
On  04-22-95, I brought up the subject again:
 
Q: (L) Did the guy who built the Coral Castle sit in his
   airplane seat suspended from the ceiling and spin in it?
   Was the airplane seat suspended from the ceiling in
   his room part of how he did his work?
A: If you spin, it must be a precise method, not just
   spinning randomly.
Q: (L) Did he discover a precise method for spinning to do
   such things?
A: Open.
Q: (T) So many turns and precise direction?  (L) Can we
   follow up on this?  Is there something on this moving
   things with sound that you can tell us?  (J) What about a
   precise method for spinning?
A: Suggest experimentation.
 
Well, a LOT of stuff happened for awhile, including my divorce, and I did
not come back to the subject until 1996…  In the May of 1995, we had a
guest at one of our sessions who was a physicist and he was pretty excited
about the answers he was getting… and I had the feeling that there were
some sort of “ramifications” to this meeting, but there was so much
“personal” stuff going on I did not have time to really think about it. 
But, it started a “trend” of asking physics questions which popped up now
and again.  
 
In the early months of 1996 I had delved into the works of Ibn Al-Arabi,
the great Sufi Shaykh, and was pretty startled to discover that much of
these works were incredibly similar to things the C’s would say… so, I
was asking about the Sufi teachings one night… struggling with my
post-divorce depression… and the C’s popped up with the following, sort
of “out of the blue”:
 
06-15-96, 
 
A: Unstable gravity waves unlock as yet unknown secrets of
   quantum physics to make the picture crystal clear.
Q: (L) Can we free associate about these gravity waves since
   no bookstores are open at this hour?  Gravity seems to be
   a property of matter.  Is that correct?
A: And….
Q: (L) And hmmmm….
A: And antimatter!
Q: (L) Is the gravity that is a property of antimatter
   “antigravity?”  Or, is it just gravity on the other side,
   so to speak?
A: Binder.
Q: (L) Okay.  Gravity is the binder.  Is gravity the binder
   of matter?
A: And…
Q: (L) Is gravity a property of light?
A: Not the issue.
Q: (L) What is the issue?  Can you help me out here?
A: Gravity binds all that is physical with all that is
   ethereal through unstable gravity waves!!!
Q: (L) Is antimatter ethereal existence?
A: Pathway to.
Q: (L) Okay.
A: Doorway to.
Q: (L) Are unstable gravity waves… no, hold everything…
   do unstable gravity waves emanate from 7th density?
A: Throughout.
Q: (L) Do they emanate from any particular density?
A: That is just the point, there is none.
Q: (L) There are no unstable gravity waves?
A: Wrong…
Q: (L) There is no emanation point?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) So, they are a property or attribute of the existence
   of matter, and the binder of matter to ethereal ideation?
A: Sort of, but they are a property of anti-matter, too!
Q: (L) So, through unstable gravity waves, you can access
   other densities?
A: Everything.
Q: (L) Can you generate them mechanically?
A: Generation is really collecting and dispersing.
Q: (L) Okay, what kind of a device would collect and disperse
   gravity waves?  Is this what spirals do?
A: On the way to.
Q: (L) So, if were to focus on collecting unstable gravity
   waves…
A: When you wrote “Noah” where did you place gravity?
Q: (L) I thought that gravity was an indicator of the
   consumption of electricity; that gravity was a byproduct
   of a continuous flow of electrical energy…
A: Gravity is no byproduct!  It is the central ingredient of
   all existence!
Q: (L) I was evaluating by electric flow and consumption…
   and  I was thinking that electricity was evidence of some sort
   of consciousness, and that gravity was evidence that a
   planet that had it, had life…
A: We have told you before that planets and stars are
   windows.  And where does it go?
Q: (L) The windows?
A: The gravity.
Q: (L) Oh. Gravity must go into the ethereal dimensions or
   densities.  I mean, you have my head going in so many
   different directions that I feel like I have popcorn in
   there.
A: Good!
Q: (L) Well, where does gravity go.  The sun is a window.
   Even our planet must be a window!
A: You have it too!!
Q: (L) So, gravity is the unifying principle… the thing
   that keeps things together, like the way all the fat pulls
   together in a bowl of soup.
A: Gravity is all there is.
Q: (L) Is light the emanation of gravity?
A: No.
Q: (L) What is light?
A: Gravity.
Q: (L) Is gravity the same as the strong and weak nuclear
forces? 
A: Gravity is “God.”
Q: (L) But, I thought God was light?
A: If gravity is everything, what isn’t it?  Light is energy
   expression generated by gravity.
Q: (L) Is gravity the “light that cannot be seen,” as the
   Sufis call it: the Source.
A: Please name something that is not gravity.
Q: (L) Well, if gravity is everything, there is nothing that
   is not gravity.  Fine.  What is absolute nothingness?
A: A mere thought.
Q: (L) So, there is no such thing as non-existence?
A: Yes, there is.
Q: (L) Do thoughts produce gravity?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Does sound produce gravity?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Can sound manipulate gravity?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Can it be done with the human voice?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Can it be done tonally or by power through thought?
A: Both.
Q: (L) Then, is there also specific sound configurations
   involved?
A: Gravity is manipulated by sound when thought manipulated
   by gravity chooses to produce sound which manipulates
   gravity.
Q: (L) Now, did the fellow who built the Coral Castle spin in
   his airplane seat while thinking his manipulations into
   place? 
A: No.  He spun when gravity chose to manipulate
   him to spin in order to manipulate gravity.
Q: (L) Does gravity have consciousness?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) Is it ever possible for the individual to do the
   choosing, or is it gravity that IS him that chose?
A: The gravity that was inside him was all the gravity in
   existence.
Q: (L) Well, I thought the Sufis were tough!  (F) Well, it’s
   probably because of your studies that this door opened.
   (L)  Good grief!  What have I done!  Alright.  I am
   confused.
A: No you are not.
Q: (L) Then, just put it this way: I am befuddled and
overloaded.  
A: Befuddling is fun!
Q: (L) Well, I guess that if any of this is going to be of
   particular significance to us, then we will certainly find
   out the details as we go along.
A: How many times do we have to tell you?!?!
Q: (L) Learning is fun! Right!
A: The entire sum total of all existence exists within each
   of you, and vice versa.
Q: (L) Then what is the explanation for the “manyness” that
   we perceive?
A: Perception of 3rd density.
Q: (L) So, the entire universe is inside me… okay,
   that’s…  I understand.  Oddly enough, I do.  The problem
   is accessing it, stripping away the veils.
A: That is the fun part.
Q: (L) So, the fellow who built the Coral Castle was able to
   access this.  Consistently or only intermittantly?
A: Partially.
Q: (L) According to what I understand, at the speed of light,
   there is no mass, no time, and no gravity.  How can this
   be?
A: No mass, no time, but yes, gravity.
Q: (L) A photon has gravity?
A: Gravity supercedes light speed.
Q: (L) Gravity waves are faster than light?
A: Yes.
Q: (L) What would make a gravity wave unstable?
A: Utilization.
Q: (L) I feel like I am missing a really big point here…
A: You are, but you can only find it at your own pace.
Q: (L) Well, I think I need to do some reading and research
   so that I can come back to this.
A: And, on that note, good night.
 
As it so happened, at almost the precise moment the C’s brought up this
“gravity” business, Ark was sitting on a megalith (I have a photo of the
very stone on the wall to my left) that was on its side, in Florence,
writing in his research journal about “gravity waves” because he had
decided that this was a key to some things he was working on.  At almost
the same moment, we decided, on opposite sides of the globe, unbeknownst
to each other, to “research” gravity waves.
 
So, the next day I started doing a websearch.  What I found was abysmally
sparse.  Seems that either noboyd knew anything, or they just weren’t
saying.   I was getting pretty desperate after a couple of weeks  of dead
ends, so I pulled up all the references from the C’s remarks and pasted
them together.  I then posted an article to the Skywatch mail list about
it, hoping that it would stimulate some discussion and leads that I could
follow.  
 
On 06-22-96, the following remarks were made that just added to the
mystery:
 
Q: (V) Righteous! (L) Terry showed me a couple of
   accupuncture points that seem to induce an altered state.
   Is this, as he says, a way to open the door to the
   subconscious?
A: Stimulates endorphins.
Q: (L) Is there any point on the body that CAN be used to
   assist in opening the gate to the subconscious?
A: No such assistance is needed.  First, we would like to
   suggest that you seek a “spin” doctor for your quest!!
Q: (L) Would a “spin” doctor be a Sufi master?
A: One example.
Q: (L) Yes.  We are supposed to do several things involved
   with spinning.
A: Hilliard.  Leedskallen.  Coral Castle.
Q: (L) Well, they are really pushing on this gravity thing.
   Can I ask a question on another subject?
A: You can ask about the Easter Bunny, if you wish.
 
I went away on July 3rd to my aunt’s for the 4th of July… and became so
restless there that I decided to drive home right after the fireworks on
the 4th instead of waiting for the next day.  I just felt like I HAD to
get home!  So, we drove most of the night and pulled in after 1 a.m.
 
Before I went to bed, I checked my e-mail… there was a funny little note
from a guy named “ark” asking for the references to my “gravity waves”
article…
 
But, THAT’S a different story.  (But, as it turns out, he WAS a “spin
doctor!”)
 
Well, when Ark came to America, we planned to visit Hilliard and get down
to business about this Coral Castle thing… and I called to tell Hilliard
we would be coming over (we had visited back and forth several times by
this point, and talked on the phone frequently.  He was anxious to meet
Ark and talk to him.)  Anyway, I called and a stranger answered Hilliard’s
phone.  Turned out that it was his neighbor and that, at that VERY MOMENT
Hilliard was being taken away in an ambulance… he had had a stroke.
 
And he died a few hours later.
 
And that’s the story.
 
Laura
 
 
From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                “Dwellings” and De Lubicz
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 28 May 1999 19:11:19 -0400

 
Dwellings arrived on Monday and I am about 1/3 of the way through.  I find that
I have to stop and breathe from time to time.  Definitely think this is the
book C’s were talking about in their remarks about “Prime Numbers are the
Dwellings of the Mystics.”  It constantly brings up things C’s said – one of
the most interesting being about “virgin’s milk,” which was so obscure to me at
the time, but makes perfect sense now.  And, as I am reading, I think I am able
to put together the operation more “securely” as a result of clues from “other
sources” which prepared me for reading this. 
 
Also just ordered a whole slew of Schwaller de Lubicz books.  Am surprised that
I missed this one.  But, one can’t go in ALL directions at once, even if I do
sometimes try.
 
I found “mystery of the cathedrals” in UK and it ought to arrive pretty soon. 
Have just about blown the book budget for the month.  Gave up on Brotherhood of
Light coming through on that one.
 
Decided to unsubscribe from the “ancient wisdom” list.  Don’t think there is
too much interest in ancient wisdom among the members… and I don’t do small
talk well.  Don’t like the “attack mode” they go into when anyone brings up
anything of any significance or seriousness, either. 
 
Another book that you might find interesting is “Synchronicity: The Bridge
Between Matter and Mind” by F. David Peat.   Gives some pretty interesting
physics connections to the idea of being able to “create universes” and PK
abilities and so forth.
 
Seems that Jung had a lot of the same kinds of experiences I had with the PK
and synchronicities.  From what you have said, same with you folks.  The most
interesting was the description of the shattering of glass and loud cracking
noises and things falling and all that.  It drove me nuts while it was
happening with such regularity, and I wondered why it suddenly stopped
happening, (except for occasional bursts) and this book goes into it in some
detail.  Jung described the sensation just prior to such events as a “burning
in the solar plexus.”  Well, I don’t think I was ever aware enough to be able
to identify such.  It was always such a surprise to me and I was always focused
“outward’ at something or other, so that I did not have the presence of mind to
analyze what I was physically experiencing. 
 
By the way, have you read Jessie Weston’s “From Ritual to Romance?”  Her
discussion of the “ritual sword dance” sort of reminded me of what the C’s said
about how Stonehenge was used…
 
Well, back to my books and notes. 
 
Laura
 
 
From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Canaries, Grails, and Ladies with Candles…???
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 28 May 1999 19:25:29 -0400

 
This “Canary” business has been a big issue here because 
the C’s brought it up once and kept urging that I study the 
history of these islands for BIG clues as to “who’s on 
first,” so to speak.
 
Well, I couldn’t find anything other than travelogues in 
the library and about the same on the web, and I was 
getting pretty frustrated.
 
Then Ark had to be in Germany for several months two 
summers ago at his affiliated uni and he was poking around 
in the library there for me.  He found a funny little book 
in English, published by the Hakluyt Society, about the 
history of the Canary Islands and its people, written by 
“The Friar Alonso De Espinosa of The Order of Preachers” in 
1594 and he photocopied the whole thing for me and mailed 
it.
 
Well, this book REALLY raised the hair on my head when you 
think of some of the funny “word connections.”  For 
example: Tenerife -> Teniers -> Tenebris (darkness, as in 
“Lux et Tenebris”) -> tenier (meaning “hand” and the 
repeated images of “hands” in alchemical literature as well 
as the “red hand” of Owen Llawgoch); not to mention the 
connection of the word “Canary” to “Canaris” or Sirius -> 
Isis ->  and THEN, as if that isn’t enough, the Order of 
Preachers was an Augustinian offshoot; Augustine replaced 
St. Anthony on January 17th; the purported “Roswell UFO 
crash” actually happened on the “Plains of San Augustin”; 
think about the word “Roswell” and “RosTau”; on the Island 
of Tenerife there is a Socorro and a Santa Cruz…  near 
Roswell there is a Socorro and the relation of Socorro to 
Saqqara… 
 
Then, near Roswell there is also Magdalena, and the 
Magdalene issue of Rennes-le-Chateau and Socorro is derived 
from “Succor” and that word is used in the RLC business in 
relation to Magdalene…
 
THEN there is the discovery of the mysterious statue of 
“Our Lady of Candelaria” on the beach of the Canaries at 
the exact time that de Troyes is writing his Grail Opus…
 
Well, if that isn’t enough, there is what this funny friar 
recorded about the Canaries:
“Among the seven islands commonly called the Canaries, the 
largest […] is Tenerife.  The ancients gave it the name 
of Nivaria, froma a lofty mountain in its centre called 
Teyde (translated: Mt. Ida!!!)  
 
“Tenerife is in 28 degrees 30 minutes North latitude (one 
degree away from the Great Pyramid approx and just a few 
minutes away from yours truly)  […} It is generally 
believed that this island is the “Elysian Fields” of which 
Homer sings (i.e. Arcadia)
 
“[…] There is another special thing connected with the 
island.  It is that no poisonous animal whatever is bred in 
it, such as snakes, lizards, scorpions, but only certain 
SPIDERS which do harm when they bite.
 
“In former times this island was inhabited by the natives 
of it, whom we call Guanches.
 
“It has not been possible to ascertain their origin or 
whence they caame, for as the natives had no letters, they 
had no account of their origin or descent, although some 
tradion may have come down from father to son.  There have 
been many opinions on the subject.  Some say they are 
descended from the Romans, although it does not appear 
whence they came, nor on what authority the opinion is 
founded.  Others say that they are descended from certain 
tribes in Africa…
 
“The Guanches themselves say that they have an immemorial 
tradition that sixty people came to this island but they 
know not whence they came.  They united and fformed their 
settlement near Icod, which is a place on this island, and 
they gave it this name, which is a word in their language: 
Alzanxiquian abacanabac xerax, which means “The place of 
union of the son of the great one.”
 
“This people had very good and perfect features, and well-
shaped bodies.  They were of tall stature, with 
proportionate limbs.  There were GIANTS among them of 
incredible size; and that it may not appear fabulous, I 
will not repeat what is said on the subject.” (DRAT!)
 
“They ate the flesh of sheep, goats, and pigs, and they fed 
on it by itself, without any other relish whatever, and 
without gofio (a grain: early food combining?)  The flesh 
had to be half roasted because, as they said, it contained 
more ‘substance’ in that way than if it was well roasted. 
(Standard Celtic practice)
 
“It is wonderful that men so valiant and with such 
strengthe and agility, and with such fine faculties as they 
possessed, should have been brought up on such rough and 
coarse food.
 
“They were wonderfully clever in counting.  Although a 
flock was very numerous and came out of the yard or fold at 
a rush, they counted the sheep without opening their mouths 
or noting with their hands, and never made a mistake.
 
Regarding the “miraculous appearance of the Virgin of 
Candelaria” (remember the woman in the grail stories 
carrying the candles)
“In this island and among the people I have described, God 
was served that one of the greatest relics in the world, 
and the one that has worked most miracles, should appear 
many years BEFORE the light of faith or the news of the 
evangel reached them.  Though the ancients called this 
island and its neighbours the ‘Fortunate Isles,” for the 
fertility of the soil and the fine climate, as well as for 
the docility of its people, and the abundance of men of 
genius it has produced, there is no stronger reason for 
giving it this title of fortunate than that they possess a 
gift so supernatural, a favour so unusual, a benefit so 
immense, a peice of good fortune so great, as the most holy 
image of Candelaria which appeared on the island.
 
“It would be very difficult to fix the time when this holy 
image appeared; for as it has come down from one to 
another, the memorial was gradually lost.  Nevertheless, 
taking advantage of their ancient pictures that refer to it 
and serve as writing, and of the computation by moons which 
the former inhabitants used
 
“The year 1400 of our redemption was 105 years BEFORE the 
island belonged to Christians and there was no knowledge of 
the evangel.  (This is the friar’s approximation, though he 
admits that it is really only guesswork)  Our Lord was 
served that this should be the time when the holy image of 
Candelaria appeared to begin the enlightenment of this 
fortunate people.
 
“It appeared in a very dry desert place, near the sea-
shore, and close to a sandy beach a league in length at the 
mouth of a ravine.  It was ON a stone where, as a memorial 
of its appearance, the Christians afterwards set up a 
cross, which is now standing.
 
To make a long story short, this statue just appeared on 
the beach one day and was found by two shepherds.  The 
sheep were frightened and turned back and the shepherds 
went to check out what was frightening them.  They saw this 
statue, standing upright, on a large rock.  One of the 
shepherds was going to throw a stone at it after they 
figured out it wasn’t real and was not going to speak, and 
his arm was frozen in the upright posture… the first 
miracle of the statue was the healing of his arm.
 
So, we skip over the details of the finding and then 
carrying the statue to a cave to give it a holy 
environment, because they decided it was the image of a 
goddess.
 
The friar then goes on to relate the story of the Ark of 
the Covenant and how it had “powers” and that the powers of 
this statue turned out to be pretty similar and he gives 
some examples.
 
He then says:
“It is excusable to wish to investigate the origin of this 
holy relic, and whence it came to this island; for all 
concerning it should be a subject of enquiry.  In the year 
which the image appeared, although the navigation of this 
sea was known, and there was information respecting these 
islands, yet the sea was not then navigated freely, nor did 
it lead anywhere until Cape Verd was discovered and the 
route to the Indies.  Therefore, to say that some ship of 
Christians brought it, and when they brought it that they 
left it to be dashed about among rocks and stones, is not 
credible.  For the image is the most beautiful and the best 
finished piece of work that can be seen. (there is an 
illustration of the statue which is covered with letters 
that have never been decoded.)
 
So, he goes on with his story until he gets to this most 
INTERESTING remark: 
“For more than thirty or forty years the holy relic was in 
possession of the infidels.  For the people only knew and 
believed that it was something supernatural.  They were 
certified of this, because they heard much angelic music, 
smelt delicious odours, and saw MANY LIGHTS AT NIGHT.  All 
these things confirmed them in their opinion.  
 
“[…] While the holy image of Candelaria was at Chinguaro 
in the house of the Lord of Buimar, or in the small cave 
near it, where it remaine for many years, the native 
Guanches often heard celestial sounds and saw many burning 
lights in form of a procession.  They were not so frequent 
at first as they became when the holy image was removed to 
the cave of San Blas.
 
“The processions formed by the angels, as well on the beach 
where the holy image was, as on that of SOCORRO where she 
first appeared, became very frequent, both by night and 
day, with solemnity and harmony, music from softest voices, 
a great company in perfect order with lighted candles.  So 
they made their processions from the hermitage they now 
call Santiago to the cave of San Blas, there being a wide 
beach all the way.  These processions were so frequent that 
the natives ceased to be surprised.
 
“On the beach they call Aboan, which is some four leagues 
from that of Candelaria towards the Punta Roja, these 
processions were also seen, generally on the eve of the 
Assumption of our Lady.  This is so perfectly true, that 
now, in these times, persons who have seen it go to the 
beach and find candles with the wax burnt out,.  They have 
even found some lighted and fixed to rocks.  They pointed 
out the place to me, and I saw them.  I speak of what I 
have seen and heard, and keep the wax in my power.  I have 
heard the same from many others.  The candles they find on 
these beaches are not very white, and  it is not known of 
what the wicks consist.  They are not cotton nor tow, but 
look more like twisted white silk.  
 
“There appeared also on this island, twenty years before it 
was conquered, a great quantiy of whit wax in loaves, in an 
adjacent port, which for this reason was called the Port of 
Wax.  […] The  witness said that it was public and 
notorious in this island that a miracle is worked each 
year, a certain quantity of dry wax in loaves appearing for 
the last twenty years in a certain place in this island.  
This wax always appeared four of five days before the feast 
of Candelaria, which is the Purification, that these might 
be the means of making candles for the celebration.”
 
 
 
From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Myths
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 28 May 1999 19:33:08 -0400

 
Just a few copies shipped in case they might be useful.  Am cleaning out the AW  folder and deleting.
Laura
 
On 7 Apr 99, at 10:31, Tokapu@aol.com wrote:

> Not meaning to be disagreeable to the rest of your most fascinating post
> about the nature of mythology, but I have to jump in here. I think
> Herodotus (who is referred to in the above quote) has done more harm to
> the history of Egypt than anyone except Napoleon. Herodotus was a very
> bad writer. THAT is why he would make such a statement. He was groping
> for imagery, and it is obvious that he was totally overwhelmed and
> undone by what he found in Egypt. He just couldn’t think of anything to
> say about the NEXT miracle of art and architecture he found himself
> confronted by. I have always felt sad for the Egyptians given the sorry
> assignment of showing this Greek “historian” around, trying to explain
> to this barbarian what “civilization” means. Tokapu 😉
 
I know that Herodotus has been trashed to a great extent, 
but we don’t have a whole heck of a lot to work with and we 
have to read between the lines and compare.
 
Strabo also wrote about the Egyptian Labyrinth:
“We have here also in the labyrinth, a work equal to the 
pyramids, and adjoining to it the tomb of the king who 
constructed the labyrinth […] The surprising circumstance 
is that the roofs of these [aulae} consist of a single 
stone each, and that the covered ways through their whole 
range were roofed in the same manner with single slabs of 
stone of extraordiary size, without the intermixture of 
timber or of any other material.  […] The aulae may be 
seen in a line supported by twenty-seven pillars, each 
consisting of a single stone… ”
 
Strabo was writing at about the beginning of the Christian 
era and found many of the structures in a tumble-down 
condition (as opposed to Herodotus who claims to have been 
given a tour of the facility.)
 
Pliny the Elder  wrote of the Egyptian and Cretan 
labyrinths.
 
So, if Strabo says it was “equal” to the pyramids, and 
Herodotus says it surpassed… well, we STILL have an 
incredible structure that no longer exists.  I understand 
that somebody or other claims to have found the ruins of it 
in the latter part of the last century and that it was all 
scattered and buried.  
 
The funny thing that struck me at one point (among many, of 
course) was the fact that the Egyptian Labyrinth was at 
“Lake Moeris.”  In the Pyramid Texts (Faulkner) there are 
repeated remarks that are translated as “Beware of the 
Lake.”
 
Then, there is this guy in Wisconsin who has found this 
“sunken city” which is being interpreted preliminarily as a 
ceremonial center that was built IN a lake, but only when 
the lake level was different – about 3,500 BC… and there 
are some remarks in there about the local Native American 
lore that these guys “walked on water.”  Joseph interprets 
this to mean that there were stones placed just beneath the 
water and the “path” was only revealed to the initiates and 
they would have their ceremonies at night, carrying 
torches, “walking on water!”  
 
 
From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Stones and Anti-gravity
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 28 May 1999 19:37:06 -0400

 
 
Fellow behind me died a few months ago and his kids were 
having an estate sale.  They ended up giving me about 10 
cartons of books just to get rid of them.  In there was a 
book by Morris K. Jessup… and it is quite an amazing bit 
of work.  It is very old and yellow and falling apart.  I 
looked on the web to see if I could get a new copy, and the 
only one I found was a used one for 100 bucks – because it 
is considered a “rare book.”  
 
So, I am scanning it and converting it to text because it 
is clear it will not tolerate much handling.  He talks 
about the Vimanas and a LOT of other really amazing stuff.
 
Story is, he was working on another book when he was 
murdered and it was arranged to look like a suicide.  
 
He talks about (and remember, this was the early 50’s) anti-
gravity as the “propulsion system” for these ancient craft 
as well as the “building” system for the megalithic 
structures.  
 
He remarks:
“It is not iwthin the scope of this book to show that a 
civilization of single origin covered this planet some tens 
of thousnads of years ago – perhaps hundreds of thousands.  
Such a case can be made, without too much difficulty, in 
spite of the anti-Atlanteans who have a phobia against it; 
and we can show that there have been two – at least two – 
principle waves of civilization.  The first can be said 
roughly, to be antediluvian and the second postdiluvian, 
speaking in general terms…
[…]
“All of the centers of civilization and cultural 
renaissance recognized by present-day anthropologists – 
India, Peru, Yucatan, Egypt, Babylonia, Greece, China, 
Rome, England, and others – are but the reviving remnants 
of an empire and civilization which colonized the world a 
hundred thousand years ago.  They are all parts, or nuclei, 
in one great renaissance which has been taking place for, 
roughly, six to ten thousand years.  In it are some traces 
of the archaic, original, master culture, and, perhaps 
through India, Tibet, Egypt and Middle America, there are 
some tenuous links between our immature revival and the 
parent past.  Thse traces are mostly in the form of stone 
works, and some glyphs of a singular nature, with a very 
few written records existing mostly in the Orient, and 
particularly in southern Asia.
 
“All of this is anathema to conventional science, 
archaeology and anthropology especially, since organized 
science has set up a pattern which covers human growth in 
broad general terms, and has accepted some rigidly 
restricting tenets which limit original thinking and shut 
out much that is obvious.  While these general assumptions 
of science are largely  proven by observation and 
deduction, they are only proven up to a point.  Beyond that 
point there are the ‘erratics’: little annoying things, 
events, or artifacts, which stubbornly refuse to fit into 
the pattern, and which are sturdily disregarded in the 
interest of maintaining a working hypothesis acceptable to 
science in its current state of thinking.
 
“In addition to all this there is the refusal to 
acknowledge evidence antedating the current subwave which 
extends back only about 3 to 8 thousand years, and that far 
only in Egypt and South Asia.  All data in conflict with 
this basic assumption are rejected by definition.  
 
“Many of the erratics cease to be erratics by the simple 
expedient of admitting the real antiquity of human culture  
upon the earth.  Most of the perpetual squabble over 
whether Asians settled America, or Americans colonize Asia, 
are painlessly dissolved by merely extending the time scale 
back a few thousnad years – and perhaps accepting a new 
working theory to the effect that all present cultures are 
traceable to a common origin.
 
“Aside from written records, to be discussed later, which 
establish mechanical flight at a remote time of maybe 
70,000 to 200,000 years ago, we concern ourselves at the 
moment only with the gigantic stone masonry which remains 
in almost all parts of the world.  Certain characteristics 
of some of the stone work bespeak origin in a single, 
widespread civilization, highly developed in some ways, but 
NOT MECHANICAL IN THE SAME SENSE AS OURS OF TODAY.
[…]
“It can confidently be said that the First Civilization had 
simple and effective methods of working and moving stone 
which are unused today, and which were more effective than 
anything which we of the Second Civilization have 
developed.
 
“In many areas we find evidence of stone blocks of 
unbelievable weight being quarried, more or less casually 
moved considerable distances, then lifted into place.  This 
common factor connects pre-Inca Peru with Easter Island in 
a startling and undeniable way, and seems to tie in the 
Middle East, the Orient, Africa, and maybe Polynesia.  Many 
investigators and thinkers have proposed methods for moving 
these quarried and dressed blocks.  All of the proposals 
are based on application of such simple present-day 
engineering equipment as block-and-tackle or sand ramps.  
[…] No suggestions have been made which really fit all 
cases, and some of the submissions are so cumbersome and 
inadequate as to seem ridiculous.
 
“One such example is the Sacsahuaman Fortress, in the High 
Andes of Peru… […] The Fortress (so-called by 
archaeologists, who admit no types of building other than 
religious, military, and occasionally residential) is on a 
mountain-top overlooking Cuzco.  It is note-worthy as one 
of the earliest works showing the construction of walls by 
grinding and fitting stones IN SITU.  These walls are also 
noted for the very large stones which make up the lower of 
three tiers, and it is these in which we are more 
interested.
 
“The stones making up the corners of the reentrant angles 
of this lower tier appear to be a dark basalt; heavy hard, 
and rugged.  They are so large that they dwarf a man on 
horseback standing beside them.  Some of them are about 
twelve feet square at the base, and eighteen to twenty feet 
high.  They are estimated to weigh about two hundred tons 
each.  [..]  ALL of them were rough quarried, and were then 
GROUND INTO THEIR DESIGNATED NICHES IN THE STRUCTURE BY 
PUSHING THEM BACK AND FORTH, IN SITU, until they fitted so 
closely, completely and accurately that a knife blade 
cannot be inserted between them.  This is a logical and 
practical shortcut to effective stone fitting which we have 
not equaled in modern engineering.
 
‘(It is interesting to note in passing, however, that we 
use this method in what is probably our operation of 
highest accuracy and precision: lens and mirror grinding 
for astronomical telescopes.  No substitute has been found 
for this system of grinding pieces of glass together to 
obtain perfect curvature, and there is no basic difference 
in the two operations.)
 
“The stones had to be picked up, put approximately into 
place, and pushed back and forth until they ground 
themselves into their individually fitting contours.  This 
was no mean chore.  It is inferred that a means of handling 
these stones must have existed which made it EASY to swing 
these stone up and around, and to shove them to and fro, 
against terrific friction, while pinched between their 
adjacent neighbors.  Such power would tax any modern 
machine or power plant and require an installation of 
generating equipment sufficient to run a city.  It seems 
plainly obvious that some other source of power existed.
 
“IT MAY BE THAT THIS TREMENDOUS POWER WAS LIMITED IN ITS 
APPLICATIO TO ARTICLES OF STONE TEXTURE ONLY, OR TO NON-
MAGNETIC MATERIALS IN GENERAL.  Such a limitation would 
have sidetracked the development of a mechanized culture 
such as ours of this day, and would partly account for the 
strange fact that almost all relics of the profound past 
are NON METALLIC.  This writer cannot see his way to 
believing that such a power was electrical, magnetic, 
calorific, or strictly mechanical, else it would have led 
to industrial developments leaving at least a few traces.”
 
This last paragraph was the one I found most interesting 
because, as I remarked before, there was the injunction to 
the Jews to use no metal in the building of Solomon’s 
Temple, and there is a whole slew of Celtic folklore that 
tells about the “allergy” of these “other-dimensional” 
beings to anything made of metal, particularly iron.
 
So, iron is an issue here… and then we think of all the 
ochre mines of antiquity… and the ochre found in 
ceremonial and grave sites of the stone age and before.  
 
I think that this ochre is a clue to the means of this 
motive force that moved huge stones around like feathers…
 
Unless, of course, we are to think of a mode of 
construction that involved de-molecularization and re-
molecularization in situ.  But, that doesn’t serve because 
of stones left unmoved in quarry sites… and in most 
cases, as I understand it, though it is not generally 
mentioned, there are NO TAILINGS at these quarry sites.
 
Anyway, when I finish scanning this book, which is LOADED 
with interesting data the guy dug out of the Library of 
Congress, I will put it on my website so anybody can 
download it.
 
Laura
 
From:                    Laura Knight-Jadczyk
To:                        Vincent & Darlene
Subject:                Dances
Send reply to:        lark2@ozline.net
Date sent:             Fri, 28 May 1999 19:40:53 -0400

 
 
Let me quote from Jessie Weston’s “From Ritual to Romance”: 
 
“…it is now generally admitted that the so-called Sword  Dances, with the closely related Morris Dances, and Mumming  Plays, are not mere survivals of martial exercises, an  inherited tradition from our warrior ancestors, but were  solemn ceremonial (in some cases there is reason to  believe, Initiatory) dances, performed at stated seasons of  the year, and directly and intimately connected with the  ritual of which we have treated in previous chapters… And  here again, our enquiry must begin with the very earliset  records of our  race, with the traditions of our Aryan  forefathers.  […] The earliest  recorded Sword Dancers are  undoubtedly the Maruts, those swift-footed youths  in gleaming armous who are the faithful attendants on the  great god, Indra.  Professor von Schroeder, in ‘Mysterium  und Mimus,’ describes them thus: they are a group of youths  of equal age and IDENTICAL PARENTAGE, (emphasis, mine),  they are alwasy depicted as attired in the same manner…  (this description is in German, so forgive me for omitting  it just now.)  […] Constantly throughout the Rig Veda the  Maruts are referred to as Dancers, ‘gold bedecked with  songs of praise they danced round the spring.  When ye  Maruts spear- armed dance, the Heavesn stream together like  waves of water.’  The Maruts, as  said above, were conceived  of as the companions of Indra, and helpers in his  fight against his monstrous adversaries.”   
 
Thus, they are sort of like Arthur’s Knights, or the  “thousand sleeping warriors” in the cave with Owen waiting  for the “end time” to be awakened.   
 
But, back to Weston: “When we turn from the early Aryan to  the classic Greek period, we find in the Kouretes, and in a  minor degree in the Korybantes, a parallel so  extraordinarily complete, alike in action and significance,  that an essential identity of origin appears to be beyond  doubt.  […]  The Kouretes were, as their name indicates,  a band of armed youths, of semi-divine origin.  … The  home of the Kouretes was in Crete, where they were closely  associated with the worship of the Goddess Rhea.  […]  There dance was by  some writers identified with the Pyrrhic  dance, first performed by Athene, in  honour of her victory  over the Giants.  […] a fragmentary ‘Hymn of the   Kouretes,’ discovered among the ruins of a temple in Crete,  a text which  places beyond all doubt the fact that, however  mythical in origin, the  Kouretes, certainly had actual  human representatives, and that while in the  case of the  Maruts there may be a question as to whether their dance  actually  took place, or not, so far as the Kouretes are  concerned there can be no such  doubt.”  (There follows the text of the translation).  “The importance of  movement,  notably of what we may call group movement, as a stimulant  to  natural energies, is thoroughly recognized among  primitive peoples; with them  Dance holds a position equivalent to that which, in more advanced communities,  is  assigned to Prayer.” 
 
And it goes on in some detail. 
 
And then, one thinks of David “dancing before the Ark of  the Lord.”  That has  always made me wonder… 

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