2017: Year of the Grail (Recap)

In the previous 12 blogs it was shown that the early Julio-Claudian Dynasty patterned itself quite closely after the early Hellenistic Period, and as follows:

Julius Caesar = neo-Alexander III (“The Great”)

Pompey = neo-Darius III

Crassus = neo-Seleucus/Lysimachus

Octavius/Augustus = neo-Antiochus

Caesarion = neo-Alexander IV

Tiberius = neo-Ptolemy Epigone

Marc Antony = neo-Ptolemy Soter

Herod = neo-Heracles/Ptolemy Ceraunus

Even more surprising, we shall find that the emulation of Alexander and his dynasty did not end there. The entire Julio-Claudian dynasty was conceived as a repetition of the Ptolemaic/Seleucid Period. And of particular interest to Grail study, this included a Roman rendition of leading Hellenistic savior figures.

For those who wish to “read ahead” in anticipation of the next blogs in this series, please go to these pages:

The Ptolemaic Joseph

The Ptolemaic Amarna Period

The Destruction of Ptolemaic Jerusalem by Titus (Flamininus)

Judas Maccabee, Savior of Saviors

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Fat old sun

number one https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/godda... the sun is too lazy even for spots
number two of course a really good old song. Old being relative of course.

See video

Here is information on the Holocene Start Impact Events

The platinum is no surprise.




Many people died in the climate collapse following the second impact.

There were several "advanced" societies that dispersed, not just one.

Any maritime people who made dugouts from very large trees were perfectly capable of moving large stones of the same weight.

The current discussion is focusing on how fast neutrons are produced in large hyper velocity impacts.

Marc Antony as Neo-Ceraunus

Ceraunus, the former Heracles (firstborn son of Barsine/Roxane), had not reappeared in Macedon to bring peace, freedom or renewed glory to the world-conquering Macedonians, but to incite rebellion and kill off its remaining out-and-proud patriots. The royal sting operation was concluded by summoning the most fearsome foreign invader of the day, and under the leadership of two famous generals, Bolgios/Belgius and Brennus/Brennius, who likely corresponded to the two sons of Alexander the Great, i.e., Alexander IV/Ptolemy II and Ptolemy Epigone/Onias. In response, we are told by Justin that Ceraunus taunted the invaders and gathered only a small force of primarily untrained soldiers to oppose them. Their main qualification was that they were quite specifically “the sons of those who had served under Alexander the Great, and had been victorious throughout the world.” In other words, the reward of the men who followed Alexander and were killed off mercilessly by him was to ensure that their progeny would be likewise sacrificed back home. In effect, the sons of Alexander the Great were taking revenge on the sons of those soldiers who had “failed” their father (for having refused to march with him to the ends of the earth).

The royal family did not care to feel indebted to anyone. (From the perspective of the royal family, if the Macedonians had achieved renown, it was because they had brought it about.) And the royal family had conceived of a many methods to rid themselves of people that insisted on having inalienable rights rather than revocable privileges. The disaster of Macedon’s ravaging by the Gauls was variously attributed to the youthfulness/immaturity, arrogance and especially the “madness” of Ceraunus. It was not blamed on the royal family as a whole. As artificial as it may seem, the fabled madness of the demi-god Hercules was a useful precedent for the Ptolemies. Their adaptation of the precedent in turn became useful to the Julio-Claudians that followed. The exploitation of precedent was a fundamental aspect of royal culture and a critical means of understanding that culture now.

The identification of Antony/Herod with both Ptolemy I Soter and Ptolemy Ceraunus is a bit surprising. Although playing multiple roles was often necessary, it was not strictly necessary in Antony’s time. In fact, it would be far more expected for the role of Ceraunus to have been given to the second prince of the younger generation, namely Ptolemy XIV/Marcus Agrippa, because Ceraunus/Hercules was the second prince of his day (born after Ochus/Antiochus and before Alexander IV). Yet, it is a prince of the older generation that becomes obsessed with the leading princess, Cleopatra, and to the point that he cannot be bear to be separated from her. He also has a name, Antony (“most praiseworthy”) that reflects a Judah typecasting, which was associated not only with praise, but also war and thunder (from an association with the fourth god of the pantheon, Horus/Adad). Also, unlike Octavius (Ptolemy XIII) and Marcus Agrippa (Ptolemy XIV), Antony was denied the status of pharaoh in Egypt and was perhaps the most dejected over his rule there being terminated.

As it turns out, Antony/Herod may have had only one royal daughter, and no actual royal sons. (One or both of Antony’s putative daughters may have been sired by Marcus Agrippa. His two “sons” are quite clearly alter egos of Caesarion and Tiberius.) Antony’s “punishment” for this “failure” was to receive the undesirable role of Ceraunus, and to also play that particular role in the volatile and vituperative Jerusalem of Israel. Yet, even as traditional Jewish standing was being restored, their next “downsizing” was already being planned. Antony was giving up his inimitable life in Egypt, not simply to adorn the fig tree of Israel, but to also hang people on it and then cut it down. The role of Ceraunus not only foreshadowed a gruesome death for Herod, but also declared royal intentions to make Jerusalem and Israel pay for Herod’s crimes. Herod, like his role model Ceraunus, was a fall guy or scapegoat, but his presumed guilt was going to be transferred to the Jewish nation. The painful nature of Herod’s death was likely greatly exaggerated. On the other hand, the suffering caused later on by Rome’s brutal crushing of the so-called Jewish Revolt was quite visceral.

Antony would have understood his double role (as the neo-Ptolemy Soter and neo-Hercules/Ceraunus) fairly early on. The name Herod is related to that of Hercules. Even more significantly, the reported killing of Orodes (Crassus, the neo-Seleucus) by Phraates IV (another likely alias of Antony/Herod) also pigeon-holed Antony as the Ceraunus of the new Roman Era. However, it seems that Antony was tapped to play the role of Ceraunus primarily because the royal family wanted to keep the Jews on a very short leash. In other words, bad blood had arisen between the royal family and the Jews during the Ptolemaic Period and the Jews were therefore to remain as if “under the sword of Damocles.”

The royal family was using much the same methods in Greece as they did elsewhere, including and especially among the Jews. The Jews functioned as the “business end” of the royal empire by facilitating military, economic and cultural enterprises. Although they were allowed certain privileges and exemptions, they were never allowed to grow too high and mighty. At the end of the day, they existed only at the pleasure and benefit of the royal house. When the Jews became a bigger problem than blessing to the royal family, they were brutally disenfranchised. A remnant was spared, but seemingly only so the royal family could continue tormenting them for the next 2,000 years!

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The New Long Look at who and what we really are...

New evidence of mankind’s ancient history is being held out by the powers that be for reasons unknown by this seeker. Professors and scientists apparently just do not want to mess up their nice little worlds of academic calm so they may trudge across their respective campuses blissfully undisturbed. The real truth would complicate everything and everybody. They could care less about 1,000 ton blocks sitting in an ancient edifice designed by advanced engineering over 10,000 years ago. So what if their long-standing company-line is wrong?

What if there is evidence that humanity was once just as advanced or more so than we are today? Gee, look how well designed our systems (the human body) for moving about in physical Time/Space is overlooked. What if the secret to how and why we came to this planet is hidden waiting for our discovery? What if flying machines, cars, computers, radios, televisions, nuclear weapons, lasers, spacecraft, advanced medicine, genetic engineering, and master-building-design were representations of a civilization like ours only it was firmly held in the hands of the few, the rich and the politically-powerful elite? They might have ruled the earth via technology, fear, and supreme intelligence. They could have prolonged life indefinitely and discovered the secrets of being and becoming. Compared to common man they seemed like gods and positioned themselves accordingly. Could our civilization be polarizing in this direction now, with the rich getting richer and the poorer masses exploding toward obscurity? Who really built the Pyramids and great edifices of Ancient Egypt or Machu Picchu?

The Madness of King Herod

The so-called “madness” of Herod that led to the “deaths” of his Hasmonean wife and her two sons deliberately evoked one final colorful figure from the time of Alexander the Great - that of Alexander’s step-son named Hercules. Hercules was reportedly executed by Cassander along with Barsine/Roxane in 309 BC, but it has become increasingly obvious that no members of the royal family were literally put to death after the departure of Alexander from Babylon (the first time or the second). Hercules, resurfaces, like the rest of Alexander’s contemporaries, under a new name, that being Ptolemy Ceraunus/Keraunos son of Lagus (an anagram of Alex). This post-Conquest identity of Hercules as the explosive Ceraunus (“Thunderbolt”) can be solved by the process of elimination. Hercules is the last prince of his generation unaccounted for thus far. However, the notorious episode in which Ceraunus emulated the mythical “madness of Hercules” (and which was in turn emulated by Herod the Great) helps to confirm that association.

Prince Ceraunus (the former Hercules) had an understanding with Seleucus, or so we are told, that the rule of Egypt would go to him upon the death of Ptolemy I Soter. However, if Ptolemy II Philadelphius had been a true son of Ptolemy I Soter, then the succession in Egypt would not have been contested. It certainly would not have been left for Seleucus to decide. However, the ambition on the part of Ceraunus to rule Egypt was perhaps not as vain and misguided as it seems. Ptolemy I Soter (known previously as Hephaestion and Harpalus) did not have a true heir. The rule of Egypt was therefore an open issue, at least until shortly before the end of Soter’s rule. At that time, Ptolemy Philadelphius (the former Alexander IV) sired an heir of his own, the future Ptolemy III, which would have ended any rival claims. Regardless, it was considered advantageous for Ceraunus, who was still without a male heir himself, to pretend to be a murderously disgruntled prince.

When Seleucus reneged on his promise of awarding Egypt, Ceraunus first turned to Lysimachus of Thrace, and when Lysimachus was defeated by Seleucus, Ceraunus in turn murdered Seleucus. Of course, this was a highly contrived scenario (due to Lysimachus simply being an alter ego of Seleucus), and any aristocratic person would have recognized it as such. Likewise, it can be discerned that what happened next was every bit as contrived. Ceraunus persuaded the widowed queen of Lysimachus to come and rule Macedon along with him, and by using assurances that her sons would become his own sons and successors. After the nuptials, things quickly “got weird” and Ceraunus ended up killing the queen’s two youngest sons. The queen herself narrowly escaped death. She then went to Egypt, married Ptolemy II Philadelphius and accepted his sons as her own (which were hers all along). No princes were harmed much less killed in this charade, although two of them lost their local Thracian identities (whatever that was worth).

Despite his apparent vitality, Hercules cum Ceraunus was unable to produce a qualified royal heir. He was not alone among the princes of his generation in that respect, and this is precisely how Alexander the Great (a fifth prince) and his sons came to “take the kingdom” in the first place. Nevertheless, it was still the duty of the genetically unlucky princes to prepare the way for the ones who were more fortunate in royal fatherhood. (This was part of what Josephus referred to as “the way of princes.”) Consistent with this aspect of royal culture, Ceraunus assumed the role of agitator in Greece. Resistance to the royal will had to be put down, therefore potential rebels were flushed out into the open where they could be eliminated. It was often considered necessary for a member of the royal family to lead such a rebellion in order to better instigate and then control it.

The chronicler Marcus Junianus Justinus (“Justin”) described the situation just prior to the marriage of Ceraunus and Queen Arsinoe:

“… Ptolemy Ceraunus and Antigonus [Gonatas], quarrelling and going to war with one another in Greece, almost all the cities of that country, under the Spartans as leaders, encouraged as it were by the opportunity thus offered to entertain hopes of recovering their liberty, and sending to each other ambassadors by whom leagues might be formed to unite them, broke out into hostilities.” Justin 24:1


When this phase of the operations was completed, Ceraunus (the former Hercules) seized the throne of Macedon in a “military coup” and initiated another stock “collapse and renewal” scenario referred to by the ancients as, “Who was king, who was not king?” – and one that was later refined by the Julio-Claudians into what became known as the “Year of Four Emperors.” The calculated chaos of Ceraunus led inexorably to pacification of all Greece under the kingship of Antigonus Gonatas (a Greek alias of Ptolemy II Philadelphius), which had been the objective all along.


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I Am Back

Long Ago in a universe far away I was Oscar. I later came back as Enigmni freak because I lost my passwords! Well I finally remembered the darn thing and I will soon post some very interesting stuff. Thanks Gregg

Energy, batteries, low cost, world will be a better place,...

Yeah I know, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. So here is
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Of course this is a serious organization, IEEE, which is not generally know for fake news.

Gentlemen, start your conspiracy theories!

New Dawn Magazine - The "Fake News" issue

"To much fanfare, after the election, BuzzFeed’s
Craig Silverman claimed to have used
a data tool called BuzzSumo to calculate the
highest-performing fake news articles vs. real or
‘legitimate news’ during the election. Silverman
proclaimed that his data illustrated “the power
of fake election news on Facebook,” but upon
closer inspection it did no such thing. It’s important
to note that although BuzzFeed positions
itself as an online ‘alternative’ news outlet, it is in
fact part of conglomerate NBC Universal’s media
portfolio, operates mostly in the red, and is, in
practical terms, completely subsidised by the
parent corporation. For BuzzFeed to judge ‘fake’
vs ‘legitimate’ news is a fundamental problem because we now
know that a number of articles produced by outlets that Silverman
labels as “legitimate” – like The New York Times and The
Huffington Post (and those of his own employer BuzzFeed) are
in fact false stories, or fake news."
Content - Issue #161 March 2017

Fake News: Why the Mainstream Media Lies

Patrick Henningsen looks at the history of mainstream media lies and what’s really behind fake news.
Greatest Fake News of All-Time

For decades, explains Patrick Henningsen, the government-media complex has been waging information warfare against the public.
The Assassination of Donald J. Trump

David Thrussell puts a spotlight on the dark secret at the heart of America’s Deep State and asks: are they planning the next hit?
Is Donald Trump America’s ‘Positive-Thinking’ President?

American author James Wasserman talks to New Dawn about the influence of Norman Vincent Peale and his message of ‘positive thinking’ on Donald Trump.
Trump & Crowley

James Wasserman explores the magickal connection between Aleister Crowley’s teaching of Thelema and America’s new president.
The Dark Side of Aquarius

Upheaval, Revolution & Mind Control in the Transition Between Ages. Jason Jeffrey presents an astrological perspective on why there’s so much chaos in today’s world.
Spiritual Powers & Teachings of Precious Stones

Nicholas Pearson outlines the relationship between the mineral kingdom and humankind.
Poisoned Fields

Brett Lothian investigates the pesticide Glyphosate and what it is doing to us.
A Link in the Golden Chain

Paul V Young on the life and times of Vyvyan Deacon, one of Australia’s early teachers of metaphysics.
The Other Side of ‘Mind-Power’

Mehmet Sabeheddin on how an early experience with ‘mind-power’ impacted the life of the famous British author and occultist Dion Fortune.
Unity: The Remarkable Story of Charles & Myrtle Fillmore

Australian academic & writer Walter Mason recounts the origins of one of America’s most significant ‘New Thought’ movements.

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Caesar Must Die Again and Again

The royal family’s (“God’s”) partnership (“Covenant”) with the Jews was renewed by the Roman Empire even as it had been in previous Eras, i.e., the Ptolemaic/Seleucid, Persian, Babylonian/Assyrian, and Egyptian). A prestigious new temple complex was to be built for the Jews in Jerusalem. However, as customary, their reconfirmation came only after a traumatic “attitude adjustment.” Jerusalem was sacked by Herod with considerable loss of life and property. Herod then assumed kingship over the Jews as a putative Edomite/Idumaean with dubious pedigree. Herod next dashed all hopes of a Hasmonean revival (and renewed independence) by forging ever stronger ties with Rome and by “purging” the old High Priest Hyrcanus along with the young Hasmonean protégé Jonathan. This was ultimately followed by the haunting “executions” of Hasmonean Queen Mariamne and her two sons Alexander and Aristobulus.

According to the writings of Josephus, Herod the Great had many wives and many sons. However, it can now be deduced that there were not nearly as many as it appears. The Hasmonean identity of Cleopatra/Scribonia was sacrificed early on, however the Great Queen of the Empire would not have truly surrendered a direct influence over the Empire’s second city. She continued to watch over things using another thinly veiled alias, that of “Cleopatra of Jerusalem.” The two daughters of Cleopatra VII, namely Julia the Elder/Antonia Major and Vipsania/Antonia Minor also assumed double identities in Herod’s Jerusalem. The former was known as Bernice and Glaphyra while the latter was called Mariamne II and Malthace.

The royal family was endogamous, which is to say that they were highly inbred, and remained that way by taking turns mating with one another. Their fertility rate was very low, so they repeated their round-robin mating process as often as necessary to perpetuate “the holy family.” Such an awkward practice required the use of multiple identities in order to make the royal breeding model more socially acceptable (at least partially disguised) to commoners. In Rome, polygamy was unlawful, however divorce was easy. On the contrary, in Jerusalem, divorce was more difficult than murder, but polygamy was tolerated! However, multiple identities helped compensate for any difficulties in managing their evolving relationships (based upon who was able to have healthy children, and especially sons, by whom).

The two great “Princes of the Realm” also assumed multiple identities in Jerusalem. It has already been deduced that Caesarion possessed the lion’s share of princely identities (see the prior posts/sections) in both Egypt and Rome. Similarly, it can be discerned that four of the five oldest “sons” of Herod corresponded to that same highly favored prince. Only the second son of Herod represents a different prince, that being Tiberius. Together, Tiberius and Caesarion are given the coveted status of Hasmonean heirs (under the local aliases of Alexander and Aristobulus, respectively), but this was done only so this honor could be viciously removed as a deliberate provocation to the Jews. Curiously, in Jerusalem it was not Caesarion but Tiberius that was assigned the illustrious name of Alexander (son of “Hasmonean” Mariamne). It was also only Tiberius that was capable of making an eloquent defense in the face of Herod’s trumped up accusations against the two of them. Although Caesarion (as the former High Priest Jonathan) looked the part of a well-bred prince, he seems to have had a significant impairment with regard to refined communications (more about this later).

The identities of the first four “sons” of Herod were all intended to be disposable. The fifth place in the royal birth order had been that of Alexander the Great in his own generation. It is not too surprising then that only the fifth Herodian prince was allowed to survive Herod himself. (Caesarion held the distinction of having been killed three times by Herod!) This fifth birth position further corresponded to Ptolemy Philadelphius in Egypt. He and Alexander Helios were said to have been “spared” as a favor to Cleopatra Selene (and she in fact received the “favor” of marrying this same multifarious prince in Numidia/Mauretania under his local alias of Juba II.)

1) Caesarion = Antipater son of Doris (a variant of Drusilla, former Arsinoe IV)
2) Tiberius = Alexander son of Mariamne (former Cleopatra VII)
3) Alexander Helios = Aristobulus son of Mariamne
4) Drusus (died in 9 BC) = Unnamed Prince (“Died Young in Rome”)
5) Philadelphius = Philip (Tetrarch in the Trans-Jordan) son of Cleopatra of Jerusalem (former Cleopatra VII).
6) Germanicus = Archelaus son of Malthace (Vipsania/Antonia Minor)
7) Drusus II = Herod Antipas son of Malthace (Vipsania/Antonia Minor)

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