The Egyptian Roots of 'Freemasonry', the Inner Cult of the 'Kings'

Richard Stanley

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Part 6

The most famous of the Biblical judges is Samson, of whom most of us know the major highlights of his narrative, and that ultimately he single-handedly brought down the Philistines' temple. Well ... single-handedly in addition to waiting for his long locks to regrow, after Delilah had shorn them in his sleep. But what did we learn or remember of the narrative minutia?

The first thing is that, unlike the other judges, Samson acts alone in his actions against the enemy.
In contrast to my analysis of Samson on this thread, the following is a mythicist solar comparison of Samson with Hercules / Heracles. Don't worry, there is no problem. My analysis is strictly based upon what the text is telling us, as is the case for the wider OT analysis series. In other words, it does not depend on what the ultimate source(s) for the final product.

In this mythic approach, Samson's Nazarite solar hair, and it being shorn, becomes even more intriguing, as does his killing of the lion. Intriguing in terms of other matters we've been discussing more recently on this forum. For instance, Dr. Price makes a quick quip about the possible relationship between the Coronavirus and the Roman goddess Coronis, consort of Apollo and mother of Asclepius the healer. Of course, Samson is not much of a healer, but the solar Christ was. And now Trump, the great Nazarite, has proclaimed with a wave of his hands that Coronavirus will magically disappear.

If this solar approach is true with regards to such as Nazarites, and it seems likely, then this is yet another aspect supporting that certain hair coloring was associated with all this.

 
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Erc

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nope, not a goat:
"The wooden horse refers to the peace table where Ulysses negotiated with four wooden legs reminiscent of a horse where Ulysses surrendered the Hellenic and Italic peninsulas in exchange for Israel and Egypt and possible a free traffic through the Dardanelles." ~ http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/cubaqui/ParagonB.html
Continuing regarding Troy brought up previously on this thread on Egypt, and of goat's and wooden horses, we shall see about "Helen", the "face" that launched a thousand ships:

"The allusion to the supposed kidnap of Helen, wife of Israeli Menelaus, by Alexander is allegorical. Menelaus was emperor of Sparta, Argos and Mycenae and brother of Agamemnon. The judgment of Paris, Paris means the first-born, was to choose between the wealth of Mesopotamia, the intelligence of Egypt and the pristine wilderness and freedom of the Italic and Hellenic peninsulas. He chose the nature of the Aryan continent. The King of Troy was claiming his right to the Aryan land of the Hellenic and Italian peninsulas. The Hellas is not a girl named Helen. Paris choice was the unspoiled nature and that is why they do not return Helena, the peninsula, after the war.

A wooden horse the size described with sham by Homer would have required modern roller bearings to be able to roll. You cannot fit one single hidden midget soldier in a wooden horse that fits through the doors of the inner fortress of Troy less than 3 meters wide and high. Around the wall of Troy, there were houses with people how could they have left the horse at the foot of the wall, what or which wall? The ground around the outer housing of Troy is very steep to allow pushing a large wooden horse. The doors of these supposed outer walls would have been doors and streets as small as one or two meters as the ones of the inner fortress of Troy as you can see when you visit the site. There were no remains of the wooden horse in the excavations at Troy." ~
III Paragon Egypt 1-Origin of Egypt- The Wars and Revolutions vs. Egyptian Kings before the end in 1322 BC
http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/cubaqui/ParagonB.html
 

Claude Badley

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Fascist
Dear Erc,

Greetings. I am interested in your Trojan Horse comment in that while the story may not literally be true, a wooden horse - with say some golden trappings - could have been placed as a distraction for the Trojans while the Greeks were preparing a breakthru elsewhere, perhaps via a tunnel. When the tunnel or whatever neared completion, the wooden horse would have been assembled and left at the front gate to distract the Trojans at just the point when it was needed, allowing the Greeks to enter via a back way into the city.

Yours faithfully
Claude
 

Erc

Member
Dear Erc,

Greetings. I am interested in your Trojan Horse comment in that while the story may not literally be true, a wooden horse - with say some golden trappings - could have been placed as a distraction for the Trojans while the Greeks were preparing a breakthru elsewhere, perhaps via a tunnel. When the tunnel or whatever neared completion, the wooden horse would have been assembled and left at the front gate to distract the Trojans at just the point when it was needed, allowing the Greeks to enter via a back way into the city.

Yours faithfully
Claude
See above ... "The wooden horse refers to the peace table where Ulysses negotiated with four wooden legs reminiscent of a horse where Ulysses surrendered the Hellenic and Italic peninsulas in exchange for Israel and Egypt and possible a free traffic through the Dardanelles." ~ http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/cubaqui/ParagonB.html
 
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