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Title: Athanasius Kircher's "Harp" like Atlantis map
Post by: knakker on May 14, 2019, 01:44:06 pm
Jerusalem- as the City of Hagar -  sits not only in the middle of the sea of the hostile nations (Psalm 2), she is also connected to the Sea of Kinnesareth (Galilee). In Psalm 49:4-5 we read about Jesus leaving Judah and moving to the hostile nations. This lake has the form of a harp. Again things were mirrored. Athanasius Kircher's description of Atlantis looks pretty similar to a harp. As it was mirrored from the Lake Kennessaret. Compare the form of both images:

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Title: Re: Athanasius Kircher's "Harp" like Atlantis map
Post by: knakker on May 14, 2019, 02:08:59 pm
I am close to the fire because Kirchner also designed an aeolian harp. His Atlantis was the harp of David.


Title: Re: Athanasius Kircher's "Harp" like Atlantis map
Post by: knakker on May 15, 2019, 08:10:07 am
Harp like = harp shaped

Around this Sea of Galilee were ten towns or villages, named Decapolis, that resonated with the ten kings of Atlantis. In Mark 5:1-10 we read how Jesus exorcised an Atlantis like army of a legion of demons from a possessed guy. These demons fled into a herd of pigs and jumped into the lake. I believe that Kirchner was channeled by the python spirit in Acts 16:16 to draw his Atlantis design. In a vision he saw an inversion of the Sea of Galilee. The Sea is also named Sea of Kennessaret. Kinor means in Hebrew, "harp

vixra.org/abs/1905.0209


Title: Re: Athanasius Kircher's "Harp" like Atlantis map
Post by: knakker on February 13, 2020, 02:36:22 pm
Athanasius Kircher's Atlantis map revealed by Dutch Leon Elshout