"The pyramid-cultures all built “Triptych” three-door temples, with the door in the middle wider and taller than the two flanking it. The abundant occurrence of the Triptych across the ancient world is not a random coincidence. The Triptych represents more than merely an architectural element; the Triptych is the chief symbol of an advanced Universal Religion that was once shared globally in Antiquity, mainly by the pyramid cultures.
The discovery of the Triptych provides, for the first time, conclusive evidence that ancient cultures worldwide shared the same spiritual beliefs. It also indicates that these cultures did not evolve independently, but were probably descended from the same more remote parent source.
The Universal Religion symbolized by the Triptych was banned in the West 2,000 years ago by the Catholic Church, but nonetheless it has continued into modern times, surviving in the beliefs of Secret Societies and their art and architecture. Look, for example, at the headquarters of the Freemasons, the Skull & Bones, the Shriners and the Knights of Pythias. Each building’s facade depicts an unmistakable Triptych pattern."
Those great words were by operative Mason, researcher, and author, Richard Cassaro who I have the pleasure of interviewing in this episode of the Gnostic Warrior Radio Show and Podcast. Richard is the author of Written in Stone: Decoding the Secret Masonic Religion Hidden in Gothic Cathedrals and World Architecture and his latest book The Missing Link: Powerful Evidence of an Advanced Golden Age Culture in Prehistoric Antiquity.
In this podcast, Richard explains the “Triptych” three-door temples, which was a chief symbol of an advanced Universal Religion that was once shared globally in Antiquity. He also discusses the GodSelf Icon, a central feature of art and artifacts found in ancient Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Peru, Mexico, Columbia, Costa Rica, Africa, China, Cambodia, Mesopotamia, India, Crete and many other places.
Richard also shares with us some details about his life in Spain where he has lived for two years since he relocated the United States. It has given him the opportunity to research, write and create videos about the Cyclopean stone walls you found that once surrounded and protected the ancient city of “Tarraco” (modern “Tarragona”) in northeast Spain on the Mediterranean Coast.
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