Q wak

Q wak
HYPER-QUBE - New Jerusalem - ZION - METATRON - The Perfect Ashlar

Q wak examines the philosophy behind the Great Work and the methods employed 2 $-Q(u)AIR the CIRC-L ... examines ancient mythology .. the Q-ode in the ENGL language .. as well as emerging mega technologies utilized by KONTROL ushering in the SiNguLaRitY or Q .. Q wak aides the $eeK for the RE-aL of SENTIENCE

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

12/21/2012 - HAPPY E Pluribus Unum DAY Everyboby!!!

a little of the old symbol jiu jitsu on 2012 .. this time I'll be playing it fast and loose with alphanumerics ,cuneiform glyphs , Jesus quotes, ancient Egyptian ceremonies, and a national motto
2+0+1+2 = 5 = E(STANDING STONE)

when a brother is raised to life by the grip of the lion's paw he is said to be a standing stone -- a Rock-E-feller -- a 'pillar of the comunity' -- a real Hard-ON ..esoterically the letter E is the letter W raised vertically

Cuneiform É sign


É is the Sumerian word or symbol for "house" or "temple", written ideographically with the cuneiform sign
The term temen appearing frequently after É in names of ziggurats is translated as "foundation pegs", apparently the first step in the construction process of a house, compare for example verses 551-561 of the account of the construction of E-ninnu:

He stretched out lines in the most perfect way; he set up (?) a sanctuary in the holy uzga. In the house, Enki drove in the foundation pegs, while Nance, the daughter of Eridu, took care of the oracular messages. The mother of Lagac, holy Jatumdug, gave birth to its bricks amid cries (?), and Bau, the lady, first-born daughter of An, sprinkled them with oil and cedar essence. En and lagar priests were detailed to the house to provide maintenance for it. The Anuna gods stood there full of admiration.

In E-temen-an-ki, "the temple of the foundation pegs of heaven and earth", temen has been taken to refer to an axis mundi connecting earth to heaven (thus re-enforcing the Tower of Babel connection), but the term re-appears in several other temple names, referring to their physical stability rather than, or as well as, to a mythological world axis; compare the Egyptian notion of Djed.

Etemenanki (Sumerian É.TEMEN.AN.KI "temple of the foundation of heaven and earth") was the name of a ziggurat dedicated to Marduk in the city of Babylon

E pluribus unum - out of many, one -- Ham Unity

2012 will be the end of the beginning of the 'Great Work ..' the foundation of the temple has been laid and now the structure can be ''erected'' ... this temple will be constructed not of bricks but ham units

Jesus answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up. Then said the Jews, Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt thou rear it up in three days? But he spake of the temple of his body.

The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner

Raising of the Djed

The Djed
The Djed is a pillar, a type of the central World Tree, representing stability, continuity, and regeneration. The Festival of The Raising of the Djed dates back more than 5,000 years to predynastic times--as does the Egyptian Book of the Dead which identifies the Djed as both the backbone of Osiris and the support and backbone of the universe. The Djed, however, is more than just an object; it is a mythic complex that existed long before Osiris emerged from the dark realm of the collective unconscious.

Historically, the Djed was raised at crucial transitional times between cycles, evoking light and stability to dispel darkness and disorder. Such periods were the Winter solstices, the failing years of a reigning monarch or the coronation of a new one. However, according to the texts of the Temple of Horus at Edfu, the Djed served its greatest purpose and revealed its greatest mystery at the ending of one world age and the beginning of another. The Djed is the supreme unifying symbol of all polarities.

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