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 on: April 04, 2021, 12:14:00 pm 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
To attribute God's works to Satan is to blaspheme the holy spirit, John 5:36; 9: 4; 14:10. To claim that Satan, the Adversary, acted independently of God amounts to the same thing. The alienation and decline of Atlantis, according to Plato, was the work of Poseidon, without mentioning the God of Heaven and Earth. Satan made an anti-creation story of the downfall of End-time Babylon in a clever way, without involving the God of the Bible. Babylon in the guise of Atlantis was disconnected from the Bible and pasted into Greek myth. Then it was again outside of God, Zeus alias Baal Tsafon who punished Atlantis. As God punishes Babylon in Jeremiah 51 and 52 and in Revelation 18:21. Plato disconnected Atlantis from the Bible and committed the unpardonable sin against the holy spirit. Atlantis researchers who regard Atlantis as an archaeological phenomenon and who attempt to search the lost island of Satan outside the Bible are also on slippery ice.

 on: April 01, 2021, 03:34:56 pm 
Started by Kapnist - Last post by Kapnist

Vasily Kapnist was a well known poet and playwright from the Ukraine (1758-1823). According to Tony O'Connell's Atlantipedia website, he questioned the origins of Russian culture, believing that Slavs were descended from Hyperboreans that were in turn influenced by Atlanteans. He referred to Rudbeck and Bailly to support his contention.

Vasily Kapnist is my ancestor and I am hoping this theory was written by him in a book or at least somebody has written about what he said. I would like to find this, if it still exists, and it may be in French or Russian. Vasily mostly wrote in French but as it's regarding Hyperboreans, he might have written it in Russian to make it more accessible. As a side note, he translated most of the Greek books available in Russia at the time and his ancestors were of Greek origins. This may have been why he came to know about Atlantis.

I wasn't quite sure which category to start this thread but I chose the New Age section as what initiated my interest in Atlantis was Edgar Cayce and those who research his work. I suppose you could say synchronicities brought me to him and I was quite surprised to discover my ancestor had a keen interest in Atlantis too. It feels like ancestral karma!   

Should anybody have knowledge of where to find his theory written down, should it still exist, I would really appreciate any help finding it.

 on: March 31, 2021, 08:02:41 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
Evenor and Leukippe were the first inhabitants of Atlantis. As Deucalion and Pyrrha were the inhabitants of Athens. They had no human ancestors. They were simply other masks of Baal Tsaphon and Astarte. Pyrrha has the same root as Pyramid. In the Bible a pyramid was called a Migdol, Genesis 11/Exodus 14:2.

There may be a linguistic link between Pyrrha, Persia, Peru, Paris, Pharaoh, Fairy, and Pharisee. The Israelites called Pharaoh, "Per-a" (Van der Valk, 1930, p. 196). King Sargon II of Assyria called Pharaoh "Pir'u" (Arab II in Finegan, 1965, p. 463). In this context I would also like to mention the "Pyrrhus of Cydonia" (Gleig, 1797, "Pyrrhicha" p. 719). This Pyrrhus of Cydonia invented the "Pyrrhicha". This was a "horseback exercise" that served as "preparation" for "warfare." Pyrrhus had taught the inhabitants of Crete this rhythmic war march (Gleig, 1797, p. 719-720). The son of Achilles was also called Pyrrhus (Gleig, 1797, p. 720). We met Achilles before. Dr. Frank de Graaff wrote that Odysseus descended alive into the underworld where he saw Achilles (De Graaff, 1993, p. 88). In fact he met the "psyche" shadow of Achilles (De Graaff, 1993, p. 88-89). It is striking that we can link Achilles to the View of Mars through the word “Pyrrhus”. Apparently the Mars Face has to do with the underworld. The Romans further called the dance "Ludus Trojanus" (Gleig, 1797, p. 720; Virgil in Matthews, 1922, p. 158). The movements of this dance corresponded to the twists and turns of the labyrinth (Virgil in Matthews, 1922, p. 158). Understanding the words of Christophoros Plato Castanis correctly, this "Pyrrhica" war dance looked like a kind of polonaise (Castanis, 1844, p. 28). The dance was mentioned in a poem by one Panurias (Panurias, quoted in Castanis, 1844, p. 28). According to J. Bell, the dance was "directed" by "Minerva" and performed after the "victory of the Titans" (Bell, 1790, p. 203, par. Pyrrhica). Minerva was, of course, Athena aka Astarte. The "form" of the dance was written on the "shield of Achilles" by an idol named Vulcan. (Bell, 1790, p. 203, par. Pyrrhica). Vulcan was also Spock's home planet in the Star Trek series. Was the whole series a Trojan Dance? This Trojan dance was dedicated to the goddess of spring (Rank, 1989, p. 149). We know that she was Athena, aka Astarte, aka Fatima, the daughter of Mohammed. We are close to the fire because the wife of Titan Deucalion was called Purrha or Pyrrha (Plato, Jowett, transl. 1892, Timaeus 22). They survived the Flood in Athens.

 on: March 31, 2021, 07:56:02 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
The midday high is the zenith; the highlight

Midday high = southern dimension of tsaphon = Cairo, the Sphinx

 on: March 31, 2021, 07:23:22 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
Midnight = Tsaphon = Atlantis; Jeremiah had passed it.

 on: March 31, 2021, 07:21:19 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
Nightmare = mare is the Atlantis sea; Atlantis is the Nightmare Island

 on: March 31, 2021, 07:19:19 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
* The twenty-fifth hour

But Midnight is a special hour.
It is the "Border Hour". The hour of the ultimate limit, the ultimate hour. The inescapable end of the day. The hour that hides what comes next.

The midday sun (noon) illuminates the day in both directions. The midday high is the zenith; the highlight. From there, the light radiates to two sides. It could be said that it radiates over two slopes: the slope of the morning and the slope of the afternoon. The hours before noon and the hours after noon. Or, if we want to place the image in space: when the sun is at its highest, it illuminates both slopes of the land: the front of the mountain and the back. The shadow of midnight (noon) darkens the night with its two shutters. The shutters are closing. And who knows whether another hatch will open again? Who will say whether there will be another dawn after the night? Who knows if Midnight hides a dawn or if it means the prelude to an eternal night? Who knows whether the next hour will be the first hour of a new day or "the twenty-fifth hour" of a luminosity lost forever? What comes after midnight? Will it be 1:00 am or will it be 25:00? Has the shine gone forever? Midnight is the hour of the vacuum, the tragic hesitation between past and future. Between a past that does not come back and a future that is unimaginable. A past that turned upside down and a future that it is not known whether it will come.
* A bridge over the abyss
It is precisely at this point that biblical prophecy is born. The prophetic word is the step over the abyss. The prophet strides across the gorge to the other side of the chaos. The prophet sees the yawning abyss of Nothingness. His bridge is the Light.

The "Light of the Seed".
For Hosea it meant: Light that germinates, because he saw how the seed fell into the earth, went down, but also how the seed suddenly rose to life. For Ezekiel the meaning was: Light of the resurrection, when the withered dead bones take on flesh again and breath again, receive spirit again. His own wife, Ezekiel's wife, died in chapter 24 of his book. Would she not be among those who rise in chapter 37? Perhaps. In any case, Ezekiel can hope.

* Between a lost past and an impossible future
But Jeremiah? Jeremiah has sown, and he has stood by the field, and he has seen the seed fall. But he will see no more. He sees how it disappears into the earth and there is decomposed. But he will not see the moment of the harvest. God has forbidden Jeremiah to marry (Jer. 16: 1). Sons and daughters have therefore also been denied him. How, then, can he be a resurrection to people who have never lived? How will Jeremiah - like Edmond Fleg - be able to write "To my grandson who will never be born?" Jeremiah never received a pledge of hope. He is in the absolute vacuum between a lost past and an impossible future. And yet ... Yet Jeremiah passes Midnight. He passes the Midnight limit.

 on: March 31, 2021, 07:18:02 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
Jeremiah sees the gates of Midnight open. But he does not see that they will close again. Its entire existence will remain covered under this threat. This impenetrable cloud will always hang above his head. Where others will live in the sunshine or by the light of the stars, there Jeremiah will tremble in mist and darkness. When he is awake, he will be terrified by the shadow of death that veils the heavens, the heavens, which are beautiful azure to the consciousness of others. When he is asleep, he will be haunted by terrifying nightmares, while others enjoy a refreshing sleep. The pain will be in his heart, while people around him are enjoying life cheerfully and confidently, carefree and lighthearted. There is nothing wrong, is there? Jeremiah, why so gloomy? Find the sunny side. But deep down there is his conscience, like a source of unrest, like a gloomy lighthouse of dark light, shedding rays with an impenetrable shadow.

Midnight. It is also the hour that people will suddenly find themselves in. Suddenly Jeremiah and his people will come to that hour. Suddenly, Midnight is no longer just a place on the horizon, but it is the HOUR, the hour that knocks at people's doors. Midnight knocks at the door of human existence. And the clock strikes twelve!

 on: March 29, 2021, 02:39:51 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
The Greek idol Zeus is a reptile. His image was spotted in some Mars photos of the Curiosity Rover. The combination of Greece, Mars and Egypt is not new. Next to the well-known Parthenon in Athens is another hill on which the apostle Paul gave his speech. This hill was called Mars Hill. While Cairo was called the City of Mars. Here is also the Sphinx which is the Egyptian counterpart of Zeus, namely Baal Tsaphon. The cobra was carved on his forehead. I also hope that the picture of Zeus that I uploaded comes across as good.

 on: March 27, 2021, 08:31:49 am 
Started by knakker - Last post by knakker
André Neher notes:

the faces of Midnight are innumerable. But all the faces of the Dark are alike, after all, they all have the same origin: they arise from the shadow. And they all have the same goal: they are out to chase away the light. And a man never knows in advance what face the evil will show: is it plague, is it famine, or is it the sword? Is it horror or is it dead? Is it one of the kingdoms of the north, cruel and barbaric? Is it all of this together, or is it something completely different? Maybe a mask, behind which the face of the Dark hides? Jeremiah saw how suddenly, once for all, the gates of Midnight opened. He saw it at the beginning of his calling. He saw a boiling kettle, and the face (appearance) of that kettle reflected the face of the North. That cauldron - another prophet, Ezekiel, will explain what the picture means. With Jeremiah it remains partly hidden, but that cauldron is Jerusalem. The inhabitants of the city feel safe. To them, the cauldron was a symbol of security, a shelter, a safe place, just like the meat pot, which people, hungry in the desert, dreamed of. But this smoking pot is no longer illuminated by the sun in Jeremiah's vision, but the shadow of Midnight falls upon it. Suddenly the twinkling, twinkling walls of Jerusalem are darkened by the Night as the gates of Midnight open. All the kingdoms of the Night set their thrones at the gates and before the walls of the city. "For, behold, I will call all the families of the kingdoms of the north, saith the LORD, and they shall come, and set every man his seat in the gates of Jerusalem, and upon all its walls round about, and against all the cities of Judah." Jer. 1:15

* All the kingdoms of the Night = Neith

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