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solomon levi
07-10-2010, 09:03 AM
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e6/BXVI_CoA_like_gfx_PioM.svg/250px-BXVI_CoA_like_gfx_PioM.svg.png


There is an explanation of the symbols here, but it's pretty much bogus.
By which i mean this is totally alchemical.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Pope_Benedict_XVI


We have the scallop shell of St. James de Compostella.
We have the Caput Ethiops.
And the bear carrying a bound crate!


The Ethiop is the black (burnt) face; the black matter with which we begin our work - the black madonna.

You all know the scallop shell from Fulcanelli.
And you know the bear with the bound crate from him as well, only there it was a boat (Argo) that carried the crate instead of a bear (Arktos).

Recall the saying, "Gold cometh from the north (Arctic)"

arctic:
late 14c., artik, from O.Fr. artique, from M.L. articus, from L. arcticus, from Gk. arktikos "of the north," lit. "of the (constellation) Bear," from arktos "bear," the Bear being a northerly constellation.

What is being said here? Argo, Arktos, Arctic?
And isn't there a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow (Arc/h).

Gk. arkhaios "ancient," from arkhe "beginning".
We seek our materia from Old Saturn.


"Et in Arcadia ego"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nicolas_Poussin_052.jpg

by Nicolas (Victorious stone) Poussin (fish). (Isn't Christ, the Victorious Stone, symbolised by the fish)

I've discovered from my studies of Egyptian mythology that this is a very specific fish - the Nile Perch, Lates Niloticus. Lates is derived from the Latin "latere" which means "hidden". Just as these Arcana are /mean "hidden"; just as our hidden stone which needs rectifying (VITRIOL).

arcane:
1540s, from L. arcanus "secret, hidden," from arcere "close up, enclose, contain," from arca "chest, box," from PIE *ark- "to hold, contain, guard" (cf. Gk. arkos "defense," arkein "to ward off;" Arm. argel "obstacle;" Lith. raktas "key," rakinti "to shut, lock").


Perch:
Perun (Slavic Jupiter/Zeus/Ammon) is strongly correlated with the near-identical Perkūnas/Perkons from Baltic mythology, suggesting the existence of an ancestral Balto-Slavic deity, which ultimately derives from the Proto-Indo European thunder god whose original name has been reconstructed as Perkwunos. The root *perkwu originally probably meant oak, but in Proto-Slavic this evolved into per- meaning "to strike, to slay".


In the ancient religions there exists this repetitive theme - a battle between a thunder/lightning god of the sky and a serpent/dragon of the earth or underworld. In the Slavic version, Perun is the thunder god who, just as Zeus-Jupiter, is related to, or IS, the Oak tree, or the Eagle in the top of the tree; and the serpent-dragon is wrapped around the base/roots. In the Slavic version, this serpent is named Veles, to wit, wels = wool! So there we have our oak and our fleece.
The same can be said of the Bible/Genesis version - Jehovah-Enlil is a sky god and Ea is the water/earth god - the serpent that climbs the tree and tempts Eve. And Jehovah curses him, casts him down and makes him crawl on his belly... same as the other myths - the Thunder-god attacks the serpent with his lightning bolts and always wins, sending the serpent below. But the serpent is always reborn. But the serpent isn't bad or evil - it is earth as opposed to heaven; water as opposed to fire; matter as opposed to spirit.
The fight always begins with Veles stealing something from Perun... a wife, daughter, cattle... this is our Magnet attracting the aerial nitre. Velja also means "great" - just like Magnum means great and magnet, so is Veles/wool our magnet to the oak. And when it has attracted the oak, the serpent/wool dies, but is reborn - Vlaise/Blaise - "white and shining".


See other ram-horned serpents:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ram-horned_snake