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Who is Satan?

Perhaps no other figure in modern human history has been talked about, attacked, demonized and slandered more than "Satan". In the Christian world, Satan has been known by various names such as the adversary, the Liar, the Great Dragon, the Prince of Evil Spirits, and...

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Gnostic Freemasonry

Secrets of the U.S. Great Seal: The Lost Symbol

The act of U.S. Congress of the old Confederation, passed June 14, 1777. declared the inaugurating the stars and stripes, “That the Union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” (United States Congressional serial set, Volume 1276)...

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The 33rd Degree Law of the Masonic Phoenicians

The number 33 is said to be the Master Number (Master Teacher). The Amon (AMEN) is the numerical equivalent of 1+13+5+14=33. Amen is the God of Truth, and 33 represents Christ consciousness. In the Book of Enoch, Mount Hermon is the place where the Grigori; "Watchers,...

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The Brain Science of Gnostic Duality Part #1

Gnostic duality is an ancient concept based on the fact that there are two separate parts, elements, and or aspects to human beings. One element is immortal being made of light (spirit or soul) and the other mortal darkness (flesh or materiality). The essence of this...

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Febris: The Roman Goddess of Fevers

There was once a dreaded Goddess in Ancient Rome known as Febris who caused illness, disease, and pestilence. It is from Febris where we get the English word fever. A word that is generally used to describe a symptom of various illnesses and diseases often...

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Lemures: The Roman Parasitic Larvae Spirits

In ancient Roman mythology, the Lemures (lem'u-rez) were greatly feared evil spirits who caused disease and infection. They were thought to be malignant spirits, specters or ghosts who haunt the earth by night and to possess great power for evil over the living. The...

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Secrets of the U.S. Great Seal: The Lost Symbol

The act of U.S. Congress of the old Confederation, passed June 14, 1777. declared the inaugurating the stars and stripes, “That the Union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.” (United States Congressional serial set, Volume 1276)...

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Was Manly P. Hall murdered?

The letter below was written by Manly P. Hall's wife, Marie Bauer Hall shortly after his death on August 29, 1990. It is titled, "About the Premature Death of My Husband Manly Palmer Hall." In the letter, Halls widow describes three con-artists who may have murdered...

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What is the meaning of Easter?

"The children gather wood, the fathers kindle the fire, and the women knead their dough, to make cakes to the queen of heaven" (Jer. vii. 18.) Not many people are aware that in Christianity the holiday that we celebrate as Easter which represents the allegorical...

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Saint Patrick’s Serpent

In the middle 5th century, it was a dangerous time to be alive in places such as Britain, Ireland, Scotland and Gaul (France). Tribal warfare had run rampant in these parts of the world for hundreds of years. Crimes such as robbery, rape, kidnapping and slavery were...

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Ancient Maya Pendant Fit for a King

To say that UC San Diego archaeologist Geoffrey Braswell was surprised to discover a precious jewel in Nim Li Punit in southern Belize is something of an understatement. “It was like finding the Hope Diamond in Peoria instead of New York,” said Braswell, who led the...

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