Biomystical meanings


Bible symbolism




Four interpretation Keys


There are four main keys to unlocking Biblical symbolism in the Old and New Testament.


* The first key is to have a good knowledge of Old and New Testament Scriptures. Exact translations aren't necessary because the scriptures needed to unravel the mystery symbols are readily available in most bible versions.


* The second key is knowledge of the Hebrew calendar of religious festivals.


* The third key is knowledge of the layout of the Hebrew Tabernacle and Solomon's Temple and the ritual objects and devices within. I don't use very many reference books. The Holy Spirit seems to put the right books in my hands one way or another. I am fortunate to have an old copy of Peloubet's Bible Dictionary that has drawings of Solomon's Temple layout and ritual objects. The White Stone picture in the Revelation Revealed pages comes from Jerusalem Publishing's The Illustrated Dictionary and Concordance of the Bible.


* The fourth key for opening up the sealed mysteries is a good reference source for Greek and near eastern religions and mythologies. I used Robt. Graves The Greek Myths for most of my references to pagan religions. Lately I've expanded my references to include such books as Middle Eastern Mythology by John Gray, and the awful Women's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets by Barbara Walker, a book of dubious accuracy and terrible gender bias but I did learn a lot from reading.


Many of you probably know about the story of Noah as being the Hebrew version of the far older Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh. Sumerian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Assyrian, and Egyptian mythological motifs can all be found hidden in Jewish bible stories and symbolism, e.g., the story of the baby Moses in his basket of bulrushes and floated down the Nile being the Hebrew version of the older legend of Sargon I, founder of the first Assyrian empire being put as a baby in a basket of reeds and floated down the Euphrates river.

Jewish copies and takeovers of pagan religious motifs abound in the biblical foundation stories of Judaism which are a mix of pagan myths and Hebrew tribal history. This whole process of finding the root symbols of Judeo-Christianity is part of the fulfillment of the Apocalypse or "revealing what was hidden" in these End Times of patriarchal religions at war with the Goddess or Female side of the Holy One. I am convinced that the Bible visionary authors did not know the full extent of pagan influences in Hebrew and Christian Bible stories and imagery. And I am convinced they did not know that the Holy Spirit has never let patriarchal religions succeed in wiping out the Female face of the Holy One. Even when they tried their best to do away with Goddess influences in their own Father God system, the cult rituals and devices and locations seem to always carry hidden or even obvious signs pagan Goddess worship.

It has been left to our End Times to reveal this influences and thus pave the way for true Knowledge or Gnosis of the Holy One as incorporating both God and Goddess conceptualization. One without the other isn't true to the Godhead of the Holy One of Heaven and Earth in which all opposites are contained whole and wholly one. The memorable visionary images of the Old and New Testament, like those of Ezekiel, Daniel, and the Revelation of John are often based on embellishing ritual objects found within the Hebrew Temple with magnified and supernaturalized qualities. It's seems very close to idolatry to me, but then it seems that religions often make their ritual cult leaders and objects into idols one way or another, e.g, the Catholic idolization of Mary and the fundamentalist Christian idolization of the Bible as an unquestionable thing of God.

I am a prophet but a man too, and know how fallible human minds are when dealing with spiritual consciousness in the hands of males programmed from birth to compete with each other one way or another. Spiritual Truth and Goodness have far too often fallen victim to distortions as males, rulers and seers alike battle one another for territorial domination. Here are a few "biomystical" meanings of biblical symbolism. I am not a scholar so I can only give those examples of interpreted meaning that I have discovered with God's inspiration guiding me. But these are key symbols that show how men's minds can turn material objects into strange spiritual things.



The "Pillar of Cloud by day and the Pillar of Fire by night"


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Ancient Temple Altar of Incense


"And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of cloud to lead the way, and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so as to go by day and night. He did not take away the pillar of cloud by day or the pillar of fire by night from before the people."

--Ex 13:20,21

The pillar of cloud and fire image comes from supernaturalizing the Temple Altar of Incense.

Ex 30:6-- "And you shall put it (the altar of incense) before the veil that is before the ark of the Testimony, before the mercy seat that is over the Testimony, where I will meet with you."


The supernaturalization of the Temple Altar of Incense is the "pillar" of cloud and fire. Incense burning was part of the tabernacle and temple rituals for the Levite priests and wasn't to be considered a minor procedure. Ex 30:9- "You shall not offer strange incense.." The right kind of incense had to be used and at the proper time.

Aaron's first two sons, Nadab and Abihu offered profane incense fire to the Lord and the Lord devoured them with fire (Lev 10:1,2). In Jeremiah 1:16 the Lord utters His judgements against backsliders forsaking Him and burning "incense to other gods..." In Rev 8:3-5 one of the seven angels throws fire from a golden censer which starts the sounding of the seven trumpets.



Ezekiel's "wheels", the Merkabah Chariot of God, the supposed "alien spacecraft", as a supernaturalized temple incense cart bearing the Four Fixed Signs of the Zodiac


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Temple laver on wheels

"And this was the design of the carts (temple laver carts): They had panels, and the panels were between frames: on the panels that were between the frames were lions, oxen, and cherubim. And on the frames was a pedestal on top. Below the lions and oxen were wreaths of plaited work. Every cart had four bronze wheels and axles of bronze, and its four feet had supports of cast bronze beside each wreath."..."The workmanship of the wheels was like the workmanship of a chariot wheel; their axle pins, their rims, their spokes, and their hubs were all of cast bronze."

-I Kings 7:28-30, 33-

"As for the likeness of their faces, each had the face of a man, each of the four had the face of a lion on the right side, each of the four had the face of an ox on the left side, and each of the four had the face of an eagle."

-Ezekiel 1:10

"Now as I looked at the living creatures, behold a wheel was on the earth beside each living creature with its four faces. The appearance of the wheels and their works was like the color of beryl, and all four had the same likeness. The appearance of their works was, as it were, a wheel in the middle of a wheel (the axles. When they went, they went toward any one of the four directions; they did not turn aside when they went. As for their rims, they were so high they were awesome; and their rims were full of eyes, all around the four of them. When the living creatures went, the wheels went beside them; and when the living creatures were lifted up from the earth, the wheels were lifted up."..."for the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels."

-Ezekiel 1:15-21

In Solomon's Temple the mobile lavers were for the washing of animals offered for the burnt sacrifice. There was also a large laver called the "Sea".

Ezekiel's emphasizing the wheels in his vision symbolizes that the Spirit represented by the "living creatures", (the eagle added to symbolize the ability of flight for the Spirit, a motif found in pagan imagery, e.g. the wings of Isis which match those of Hebrew cherubim on the Ark of the Covenant and other Temple cult objects)* is not still; it's alive and moving, perhaps seeking revenge for the burnt offerings which, according to Isaiah 1:13 and Hosea 6:6, are futile sacrifices God does not want.

* See Rev 12:14-17 in the Revelation Revealed chapter.


Biblical Symbolism in the New Testament


The Nativity


*  The Nativity story itself was borrowed from paganism.

The story of The Annunciation, the Conception, the Birth, and the Adoration of Jesus as told by Luke's gospel were all depicted about 1700 BCE on the wall of the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Amen at Luxor, built by Pharaoh Amenhotep III.

The Three Wise Men following the Star marking the birth of Jesus

"The Three Kings or Wise Men from the east were known to the Egyptians ages before they are supposed to have followed a star to Bethlehem. On a clear evening in midwinter, looking eastward we see the most striking of all the constellations in the sky, the three stars in Orion's belt pointing to the east from where they came, as if announcing a marvel. Then the marvel comes. Sirius, the most brilliant in all the heavens, rises in the east in line with those three stars. To the Egyptians, it was the most important of all the stars; they regulated their calendars by its rising. At one period in Egypt, it reached its highest point at midnight on December 24. Astronomically speaking, the Three Kings had "seen his star in the East."

The Ancient of Days

 See the symbolism of the supernaturalized Menorah in the Revelation Revealed chapter.



Pagan Symbolism in the Bible

Signs of Paganism and hidden Goddess worship in the Bible


*  Asherah

The Canaanite fertility goddess was at one time worshiped as Yahweh's consort. She was widely worshiped by the Hebrews, judging from OT references attesting to her worship, e.g., 1 Kings 16:3 2 Kings 13:6, 18:4, 21:7, 23:4, 6-7, 15.

The archaeologists found many pieces of pottery and fragments of wall plaster which have cultic motifs drawn on them or inscriptions, sometimes both. Some mention Yahweh of Samaria and his Asherah.

Asherah stood in the Temple in Jerusalem. . . . An Asherah also stood in Samaria, the capital of the northern kingdom of Israel and in Yahwehs temple in Bethel.


*  Baal

"A common Semitic word meaning owner, lord, husband. . . . Although the head of the Canaanite pantheon was El, Baal was the most important god because of his association with the storms that annually brought revival of vegetation and fertility. . . . By the ninth century BC, Baalism had deeply pervaded Israelite life. . . . Even Saul and David had sons with Baal names (1 Chron, 8:33, 14:7). . . . Opposition to Baalism was led by Israels prophets."


*  Leviathan

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"In the Bible, one of the names of the primeval dragon subdued by Yahweh at the outset of creation: "You crushed Leviathan’s heads, gave him as food to the wild animals" (Psalm 74:14; see also Isaiah 27:1; Job 3:8; Amos 9:3). Biblical writers also refer to the dragon as Rahab (Job 9:13; Psalm 89:10) or simply as the Abyss (Habakkuk 3:10).

The story of Jonah and whale is the Hebrew version of the Babylonian myth of Marduk losing his battle with Tiamat, the embodiment of Ishtar. The resurrection story of Jesus continues this connection to the Babylonian myth with Jesus fulfilling the saving of souls in his three day descent to hell while Ishtar saved Tammuz in her three day descent into hell.

The biblical references to the battle between Yahweh and Leviathan reflect the Syro-Palestinian version of a myth found throughout the ancient Near East. In this myth, creation is represented as the victory of the creator-god over a monster of chaos.

The closest parallel to the biblical versions of the story appears in the Canaanite texts from Ra’s Shamrah (14th century BC), in which Baal defeats a dragonlike monster: "You will crush Leviathan the fleeing serpent; you will consume the twisting serpent, the mighty one with seven heads." (The wording of Isaiah 27:1 draws directly on this text.)

A more ancient version of the myth occurs in the Babylonian Creation Epic, in which the storm god Marduk defeats the sea monster Tiamat and creates the earth and sky by cleaving her corpse in two. The latter motif is reflected in a few biblical passages that extol Yahweh’s military valor: "Was it not you who split Rahab in half, who pierced the dragon through?" (Isaiah 51:9; see also Job 26:12; Psalm 74:13, 89:10).

Israel’s creation stories are not directly copy their neighbors, but they come awfully close. The first four lines of the Amorite epic, Enuma Elish, might be too similar to be a coincidence. The God, Apsu is identified with sweet water and the goddess, Tiamet, with the sea. Their son Mummu symbolizes the mist that rises from the waters.

"When above the heavens were not named

Below the earth was not called by name

Apsu, the primeval, was their progenitor

Mummi-Tiamat was the bearer of all of them…

Their waters had been gathered together

Dry ground was not formed, grass was not seen,

When the gods, not one had been fashioned,

A name was not called, destinies were not fixed"



Israel historized God's intervention in the world whereas pagans had God's intervention timed to natural cycles.


Because historical circumstances changed, so to did the instructions to humankind from the God of Israel. Israel then produced prophets of God, while pagans continued with their priesthoods unchanged.


Sumerian Paradise Myth


"The Sumerian Eden was located in Dilmun, modern day Bahrain. Eden contained the Tigris and Euphrates rivers associated with Sumeria. The word Eden was derived from an old Babylonian name for Mesopotamia, Gan-Eden, the garden of the Middle East. Because those great two rivers watered the rich plains between them, the word Mesopotamia means between the waters.

Enki, the Sumerian water-God and God of wisdom, impregnates Ninhursag, his half-sister. Enki desires a son, but receives a daughter. He them impregnates his daughter, who in turn gives him a daughter. Ninhursag decides to put an end to this immoral procession by sowing eight poisonous plants in the garden. Enki eats of all eight plants and becomes deathly ill. On of Enki's sick organs is the rib. Nin-ti is created to heal Enki. Nin-ti means "she who makes live." It is approximately what Eve means. Nin-ti can also be translated as "the lady of the rib." "Ti" means rib and "to make live."

* The word "Adam," as the proper name for the first man is a fiction and a deception of the theologian translators. It comes from ha-adam in Hebrew, which translates to "the man"—Hebrew has no capital letters. The word adam is extracted from adamah, meaning country, earth, ground, husband, earth, or land. We can see this in 3:19 above, when God says "you are dust, and to dust you shall return." Thus there is no first man named Adam; there is only a mythical man.

* Likewise, "Eve" is translated from the Hebrew chavvaňh, for lifegiver, as in "the mother of all living." Its root, Chaya, means "serpent" in Aramaic. Eve and serpent are taken to be synonymous.

* The word, Eden, has been traced to the Sumerian language, meaning fertile land. To the Hebrews who later settled in the region, the word eden came to mean "delight" or "enjoyment." In a sense, it is a garden of delight.

In sum, the words Adam, Eve describe nobody in particular, and Eden, no place in particular. It belongs with all the pagan mythologies of its type."

*  Frogs (tadpole=fetus) sacred totem of Goddess Hecate, Heq in Egypt.


Abraham, Sarah, and Melchizedek


"Abraham" is "Abba Brahma", i.e., "Father Brahma"


* "Abba Brahma" is "Father Brahma" = "Abraham". The Brahmin patriarchal revolution in India began the movement of patriarchal ascendancy in all Old World religions which matched the rise of city states and the diminishing of peoples dependency on the natural world ruled by the Great Mother. See more in the End of Abraham chapter.


* The story of Abraham contains the Goddess as "Sarah" was one of Her appellations in ancient Middle Eastern mythologies. "Sarah-Sarai" means "princess" referring to the goddess Ningal which in Akkadian is Sarratu and is identified as the spouse of the moon god Sin (whose sacred mountain was Mt. Sinai). Looked at symbolically, the story of Abram (Gen 12:19, 13-1,2), pimping his wife Sarai (both before their names were changed) in order to keep from being killed by the Egyptians and to gain material wealth is an interesting bit of ethics that one rarely hears Jews or Christians discussing.


* Abraham's encounter with Melchizedek, king and high priest of Salem (Jerusalem), is another mystery that gave rise to speculation by Paul that Jesus was a "priest of the order of Melchizedek". Later day prophets of the Mormon Church used this opening for justifying their "spiritual" lineage back to Biblical roots. Also, other New Age spiritualists have made Melchizedek a popular ancestral founder.

"Melchizedek" actually means "high priest" of the God "Melech", or Moloch* but in the biblical account Melchizedek serves not the God Moloch but the God Most High, which is appellation given to the Canaanite God EL, as EL Elyon.

Heracles Melikartes also shared the title as a priest of Melech or Moloch, the same deity famous for desiring the sacrifice of children.

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, early Hebrews at Jerusalem worshipped Yahweh with Moloch rituals including child sacrifice. This practice was eventually stopped and the site of worship became the infamous Gehenna garbage dump outside old Jerusalem.

Moloch was a god of war which may explain why Melchizedek celebrates and blesses Abram's war victory over a Chedorlaomer.

          * See more about Moloch in the Moloch Problem with the God of Abraham in the End Times of Zionist Judaism chapter.   


* In Joshua ch. 10:1, another king of Salem in the Bible, "Adoni-zedek" (=high priest of Adonis) served Adonis, the Canaanite version of the Mesopotamian dying/resurrection Grain God Tammuz.


* "Thomas" is the Hellenized form of Tammuz and Adonis. “Tammuz” means “twin-born”, author LaNeave shows that the symbolism of St. Thomas the Twin is directly related to that of the Semitic sun-god Tammuz, whose tale of death and rebirth as the “twin-born son of the Sun” resembles in many ways the legend of Christ. Passover, the date of Christ’ resurrection, occurs in the Jewish month of Tammuz.


*  Moses

Moses with his Tablets of God follows the myth of the Mesopotamian Goddess in Her death and destruction aspect as Tiamat or Chaos in Her war with the lesser god Kingu who was appointed commander-in-chief in that symbolic war and wins the Tablets of Destiny, the blueprints for the Divine Plan, the order and power coming from heaven. Later, Marduk also wins his battle with Tiamat and takes the Tablets of Destiny from Kingu and fixes to his breast.

Another lesser Mesopotamian god, Nebo, meaning "Speaker of the God", was patron of writing and speech-making. The Hebrew word for prophet, "nabhi" stems from Nebo.



One of the Patriarchs of the Twelve Tribes of Israel was originally the national god of Assyria. "Asher" is a variant of the Iranian sun god name of Suryah who's distribution around the Middle East included Asar or Asir, the Egyptian god we know as Osiris.


*  and Baal again..

"He who mounts the clouds" winning order from chaos, is reflected in Hebrew version in Psalm 68:4 "Sing to God, sing praises to His name; Extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His name Yah, and rejoice before Him."

The New Testament prophesies of the Second Coming of Jesus as the Son of Man has him also "coming with the clouds of heaven", like the Storm God, Baal. Baal was said to be a son of Dagon in the ancient Canaanite pantheon.

Yahweh too, started off as a lower god. Yahweh was said to be a son of EL in that same pantheon. Psalm 82 prophesizes what happens to sons of EL.

Baal and Yahweh, two Storm gods, were in fierce competition for second spot until Yahweh got the Lucifer bug and decided to go for EL's spot himself. Yahweh nearly succeeded even though the Holy One symbolically killed Yahweh through the crucifixion of Jesus who while being named after Yahweh, preached EL's compassion and wisdom.

Jesus had found his true heavenly Father in EL but Paul subverted Jesus and turned early Christianity back to Yahweh, the tribal god of the Jews. In our times the Holy One has resurrected the true origin of Yahweh as found in ancient Canaanite texts.

* The word "Tabernacle" means "bivouac of green branches" which was also what the "House of Baal" was called.

* Baal and Marduk's triumphs over Tiamat (or Rahab or Leviathan), Ishtar's destroying sea-creature, is celebrated in Isaiah 27:1, 51:9 and in Job 26:13.

* Moses' God parting the Red Sea and wiping out pagan Egyptians symbolizes the Hebrew patriarchal attack on the Goddess as do the plagues of Goddess totem animals like Hecate's (Heq in Egypt) sacred frogs. (Egyptians thought frogs-polliwogs in water symbolized fetuses and metamorphous of the soul.) Revelation 16:13' "three unclean spirits like frogs coming out of the mouth of the dragon" continues the patriarchal attack on the the Triple Goddess.

* The Book of "Esther". The book symbolizes the adoption of Ishtar ("Esther" being the Hebrew version of Her name) and Marduk into Judaic theology. "Marduk" being the translation of "Morducai" in this Old Testament story where the Jews are miraculously saved by Esther's influence. The Jewish Purim festival commemorates this act of the Goddess in Hebrew disguise.

* Divination is considered idolatry in the Bible yet divination through oracle knucklebones as "Urim" and "Thummim" was part of Mosaic Law. (see Exodus 28:30 and Samuel 28:6)

* Baptism comes from the Mesopotamian religious mythology of Enki, a god of water, seas and rivers and, corresponding to Hermes and Thoth, a supreme god of wisdom and magic who had the power to impose or remove spells and curses.

* The Mesopotamian religion had a rite of sacrificing a sheep and throwing it into a river as a "scapegoat" for the sins of the people. The Jewish atonement ritual "Kippur" comes from the Akkadian word for this ritual "Kupparu".

* The Goddess' magic number 7 representing the seven planetary rulers and it's Judeo-Christian anti-Goddess reaction as the splitting of it in half is represented in many places in the Bible. The story of Joseph in Egypt preparing the Egyptians for surviving 7 years of drought and Elisha restoring the dead son of a Shunammite woman back to life which is followed by announcing a 7 year famine upon the land, (2 Kings 8:1) is the Hebrew version of the Mesopotamian myth of Ishtar sending Anu to bring a 7 year drought and famine in revenge for Gilgamesh spurning Her as a his lover. Ishtar threatens also to break down the gates to the underworld to release the dead to swallow up the living.

* The Hebrew Menorah has 7 branches ending in oil cups shaped like almond blossoms. Solomon's Temple also had almond blossom shaped cornices. Almonds were one of the Goddess' sacred fruits being yoni shaped and white inside, white symbolizing the Goddess as the Moon. (See more almond symbolism in the White Stone section in the Revelation Revealed pages. The Revelation Revealed pages also have more instances of Goddess images and icons showing up in Judeo-Christian form).

* The "42" months, 3 1/2 years, symbolism that shows up in Daniel and Revelation continues the Patriarchal war on pagan polytheism. Egypt had 42 named gods they worshipped. 2 female bears maul 42 youths who mocked Elisha.



Shamash is honored in the Jewish Hanukkah holiday


"Hanukkah, also spelled Chanukah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE. Hanukkah is observed for eight nights, starting on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, and may occur from late November to late December on the Gregorian calendar.

The festival is observed by the kindling of the lights of a special candelabrum, the nine-branched Menorah or Hanukiah, one light on each night of the holiday, progressing to eight on the final night. An extra light called a shamash (Hebrew: "guard" or "servant") is also lit each night for the purpose of lighting the others, and is given a distinct location, usually above or below the rest."

-from Wikipedia

Shamash or Šamaš was the common Akkadian name of the sun god and god of justice in Babylonia and Assyria, corresponding to Sumerian Utu.



Pagan origins of the Peter/rock story


From "The Chief Gods of Rome:

"There were two gods of ancient Rome which were pre-eminently worshipped as PETER-gods. One was JU-PETER (Zeus-Peter). The other, says the Classical Manual, was JANUS, called PATER or PETER (see page 389). Sometimes these two gods are confused. But they are to be reckoned as distinct -- relative to Roman paganism of the First Century. The latter god, JANUS-PETER, had some interesting roles to play in the pagan religion at Rome. These roles answer the question: Who was the original Peter of Rome? Notice a brief history and some of the activities of this god.

Plutarch in his life of Numa, gives us the identity of JANUS. Originally, according to Plutarch, Janus was an ancient prince who reigned in the infancy of the world. He brought men from a rude and savage life to a mild and rational system. HE was the first to build cities and the first to establish government over men. After his death he was deified. There can be no mistaking who this JANUS was! This title was just another of the many names of Nimrod. This ancient prince who was violently killed, was later deified by the pagan religions. Because of his high authority, he was called a PATOR or PETER.

Here are some of the religious activities of which JANUS-PETER was in charge.

It was JANUS-PETER who was pre-eminent in interpreting the times -- especially prophecy. "The past and the future was always present in his mind" (Classical Manual, pages 388 and 389). He was pictured as being double-faced. Plutarch said this was a symbol of his endeavor to change men from barbarism to civilization -- that is, bring them to the civilization of NIMROD. One of JANUS' roles, after his deification as a god, was the continuation of his sacred task of "civilizing" men.

Janus-Peter Had "Keys": The PETER-god JANUS was to the ancient Romans the "KEEPER OF THE GATES OF HEAVEN AND EARTH." "HE IS REPRESENTED WITH A KEY IN ONE HAND . . . as emblematic of his presiding over GATES and highways." The pagan Romans were calling their JANUS a PETER hundreds of years before the birth of the Apostle Peter. It was this JANUS who was in charge of the "pearly gates"! The very word JANUS means "gates," that is, the one in charge of the GATES.

The Classical Manual continues: "Ovid speaks of him [Janus] in the first book of his Fasti; his face is double to denote his equal empire over the heavens and the earth -- [does not the Pope claim the same power today?] -- and that all things are open and shut to him AT HIS WILL -- [he was infallible and answered to no one for his actions, so the Pope] -- that he governs the universe [Catholicum], and alone possesses the power of making the world revolve on its axis; THAT HE PRESIDES OVER THE GATES OF HEAVEN."


Catholics Claim the "Keys":

The Catholic Church claims Peter gave to it the keys of the gates of heaven and that no one will enter into God's presence unless that church opens the gates. The very word "Cardinal" means "hinge." The Cardinals of the Roman Church are the HINGES upon which the GATE -- the Pope -- is able to turn.

The Classical Manual continues: "the successions of day and night are regulated by his influence; and that the east and the west is at one moment open to his view." It was JANUS-PETER who also controlled the calendar by his priests. The first month of the year was named after him to show his control over the years. So, today, we still have JANU-ary as the first month. The Catholic Church, like the priests of Janus, feels it has this same authority over the calendar today."


Petra was a counterpart of Hades in Greek mythology. Petra held the Key to the Pearly Gates of Celestial Aphrodite who deposited semen in rocks as gemstones. The "Petras" stones were very much like the phallic Asherah stone pillars. And that is why "Peter" is a nickname for penis, for Pete's sake.


The Ten commandments prototype found within the Egyptian Book of Dead..

more to come...