gab

Lake Villa, IL

#22 Jul 2, 2012
century 4 quatrain 31 third line

Invited by his disciples to become immortal,

Par ses disciples estre immortel semond,
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Actual closer collage interpretation is:

through son followers plan immortal commune
with..........to be..........bows
through..........platform..... .....707
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#23 Jul 2, 2012
As usual ,the collage isnt formed right in this forum .The words "to be" should be under "PLAN".The word "PLATFORM" should be under "to be"."BOWS" should be under "COMMUNE" with "707" under "BOWS"

Im doing the best I can with what I have to work with.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#24 Jul 10, 2012
711

They shall make an ark of acacia wood ( Atzei Shittim), two and a half cubits its length, a cubit and a half its width, and a cubit and a half its height.. And you shall overlay it with pure gold; from inside and from outside you shall overlay it, and you shall make upon it a golden crown all around.( Exodus 25:10-11)

The Ark
25:10-20pp -- Ex 37:1-9
10 "Have them make a chest of acacia wood--two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high.11 Overlay it with pure gold, both inside and out, and make a gold molding around it. 12 Cast four gold rings for it and fasten them to its four feet, with two rings on one side and two rings on the other. 13 Then make poles of acacia wood and overlay them with gold.14 Insert the poles into the rings on the sides of the chest to carry it. 15 The poles are to remain in the rings of this ark; they are not to be removed.16 Then put in the ark the Testimony, which I will give you. 17 "Make an atonement cover of pure gold--two and a half cubits long and a cubit and a half wide.18 And make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. 19 Make one cherub on one end and the second cherub on the other; make the cherubim of one piece with the cover, at the two ends. 20 The cherubim are to have their wings spread upward, overshadowing the cover with them. The cherubim are to face each other, looking toward the cover. 21 Place the cover on top of the ark and put in the ark the Testimony, which I will give you. 22 There, above the cover between the two cherubim that are over the ark of the Testimony, I will meet with you and give you all my commands for the Israelites.
guess

Lake Villa, IL

#25 Jul 24, 2012
Hey..I might be onto something here....

The duality of man is in the mind. From a buddhist point of view there are the five aggregates (form, consciousness, feeling, thought and choice)and they are what they are. There is simply those 5 aggregates which when combined give the illusion of a "self" or a "man" / the illusion of duality

Read more: What is the duality of man?| Answerbag http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/436962#ixzz21...
In the Strega Mythos, the Watchers were Gods who guarded the Heavens and Earth. Over time the Greeks made them Gods of the 4 winds, and the Christians made them creatures of the Air. In Stregheria we call the elements from the altar. The Grigori are of a "higher" realm and guard the portals to the gods.

appears to be good and bad "grigori"

In "A Dictionary of Angels" by Gustav Davidson, the good Watchers are portrayed as a high order of Angels,(Archangels), also known as Grigori or Irin.

Chief of the Good Grigori are Archangels:
Uriel, Raphael, Raguel, Michael, Zerachiel, Gabriel, and Remiel

www.4feldco.com/Replacement_Windows
2ag·gre·gate
verb \ˈa-gri-ˌg āt\
ag·gre·gat·edag·gre·gat·ing

Definition of AGGREGATE
transitive verb
1
: to collect or gather into a mass or whole
2
: to amount to (a whole sum or total): total
See aggregate defined for English-language learners »
Examples of AGGREGATE
The Web site aggregates content from many other sites.
<over time, her petty thefts aggregated a significant shortfall in the company's books>
The problem, in this case, is that the synergy creates incentives for segregation. Ethnic advertisers scour the TV schedule for shows and channels that “aggregate” viewers of the type the client wants to reach …—Tamar Jacoby, New Republic, 24 Jan. 2000
“We are good at aggregating eyeballs and delivering services,” says Barry Schuler, the president of AOL Interactive Services,“and the Time Warner deal is a natural extension of that.”—Barry Schuler, Fortune, 7 Feb. 2000
Pollsters, for the most part, know perfectly well what they are doing. One thing they are doing is aggregating and averaging ephemeral spasms of “mood” that may have commercial or political value.—Christopher Hitchens, Harper's, April 1992
… covered only if each of the corporations involved has capital, surplus and undivided profits aggregating more than $10 million…—Joe Sims et al., National Law Journal, 28 Jan. 1991
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Origin of AGGREGATE
(see 1aggregate)
First Known Use: 15th century
Related to AGGREGATE
Synonyms: add up (to), amount (to), come (to), count (up to), number, sum (to or into), total
Related Words: average, equal, measure, reach; compose, comprise, constitute, make up
[+]more
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#26 Jul 29, 2012

The duality of man is in the mind. From a buddhist point of view there are the five aggregates (form, consciousness, feeling, thought and choice)and they are what they are. There is simply those 5 aggregates which when combined give the illusion of a "self" or a "man" / the illusion of duality

Read more: What is the duality of man?

In the Strega Mythos, the Watchers were Gods who guarded the Heavens and Earth. Over time the Greeks made them Gods of the 4 winds, and the Christians made them creatures of the Air. In Stregheria we call the elements from the altar. The Grigori are of a "higher" realm and guard the portals to the gods.

In "A Dictionary of Angels" by Gustav Davidson, the good Watchers are portrayed as a high order of Angels,(Archangels), also known as Grigori or Irin.

Chief of the Good Grigori are Archangels:
Uriel, Raphael, Raguel, Michael, Zerachiel, Gabriel, and Remiel

2ag·gre·gate
verb \&#712;a-gri-&#716;g &#257;t\
ag·gre·gat·edag·gre·gat·ing

Definition of AGGREGATE
transitive verb
1
: to collect or gather into a mass or whole
2
: to amount to (a whole sum or total): total
See aggregate defined for English-language learners »
Examples of AGGREGATE
The Web site aggregates content from many other sites.
<over time, her petty thefts aggregated a significant shortfall in the company's books>
The problem, in this case, is that the synergy creates incentives for segregation. Ethnic advertisers scour the TV schedule for shows and channels that “aggregate” viewers of the type the client wants to reach …—Tamar Jacoby, New Republic, 24 Jan. 2000
“We are good at aggregating eyeballs and delivering services,” says Barry Schuler, the president of AOL Interactive Services,“and the Time Warner deal is a natural extension of that.”—Barry Schuler, Fortune, 7 Feb. 2000
Pollsters, for the most part, know perfectly well what they are doing. One thing they are doing is aggregating and averaging ephemeral spasms of “mood” that may have commercial or political value.—Christopher Hitchens, Harper's, April 1992
… covered only if each of the corporations involved has capital, surplus and undivided profits aggregating more than $10 million…—Joe Sims et al., National Law Journal, 28 Jan. 1991
[+]more[-]hide
Origin of AGGREGATE
(see 1aggregate)
First Known Use: 15th century
Related to AGGREGATE
Synonyms: add up (to), amount (to), come (to), count (up to), number, sum (to or into), total
Related Words: average, equal, measure, reach; compose, comprise, constitute, make up
[+]more
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#27 Aug 9, 2012
american mafia .com episode 222
and
sir tom browne
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#28 Aug 9, 2012
Sir Thomas Browne (19 October 1605 – 19 October 1682) was an English author of varied works which reveal his wide learning in diverse fields including medicine, religion, science and the esoteric.

Browne's writings display a deep curiosity towards the natural world, influenced by the scientific revolution of Baconian enquiry, while his Christian faith exuded tolerance and goodwill towards humanity in an often intolerant era. A consummate literary craftsman, Browne's works are permeated by frequent reference to Classical and Biblical sources and to his own highly idiosyncratic personality. His literary style varies according to genre resulting in a rich, unusual prose that ranges from rough notebook observations to the highest baroque eloquence.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#29 Aug 9, 2012
Tom Brown was the Sheriff in Lake County from 1978 to 1982. Deputies under Brown described him as a narcissistic, power-hungry leader, who had a high opinion of himself. The Rouse investigation was his administration's responsibility. Sergeant Willie Smith was in charge of the Criminal Investigations Division (CID). Sources inside the Sheriff's Department claimed that not many crimes were being solved under Smith. In fact, they claimed it was a party atmosphere in CID. There were several unsolved homicides. Sergeant Robert Schroeder was the sole organized crime detective. He was also a close personal friend with Sergeant Smith. Schroeder was alleged to be a party animal away from the job, who hob-knobbed with the County's elite.

Organized crime in Lake County was running rampant under Brown's administration. Traditional to organized crime, gambling and prostitution were the main moneymakers for the "outfit". Illegal card and dice games were frequently occurring in the back rooms of Lake County taverns and restaurants. Betting on sports games and horse races occurred through secret wire rooms and out of taverns. According to sources inside the Sheriffs Department, prostitution was occurring mainly at three places of business. The first was a topless strip club in unincorporated Lincolnshire called the Roman House. The second was a topless strip club in Half Day called The Cheetah. The third location was an adult bookstore in Mundelein called Businessmen's Consultants.
gab

AOL

#30 Aug 10, 2012
If you look it is plain to see,who the winner is going to be...You
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#31 Aug 13, 2012
"Canon 5. If a woman beats her servant and causes death within three days, she shall undergo seven years' penance if the injury was inflicted on purpose and five years' if it was accidental. She shall not receive communion during this penance unless she becomes ill. If so, she may receive communion."[14]

Its a little aged,but need to contain them somehow ;)
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#32 Aug 13, 2012
Theoretical Descension day(pure coincidence)

The Ascension of Jesus (anglicized from the Vulgate Latin Acts 1:9-11 section title: Ascensio Iesu) is the Christian teaching found in the New Testament that the resurrected Jesus was taken up to heaven in his resurrected body, in the presence of eleven of his apostles, occurring 40 days after the resurrection. In the biblical narrative, an angel tells the watching disciples that Jesus' second coming will take place in the same manner as his ascension

ascension day was celebrated on sept 28th,add 40 days november 7th 11-7 enough said
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#33 Aug 13, 2012
Theoretical Descension day
The Ascension of Jesus (anglicized from the Vulgate Latin Acts 1:9-11 section title: Ascensio Iesu) is the Christian teaching found in the New Testament that the resurrected Jesus was taken up to heaven in his resurrected body, in the presence of eleven of his apostles, occurring 40 days after the resurrection. In the biblical narrative, an angel tells the watching disciples that Jesus' second coming will take place in the same manner as his ascension.

alright ascension day was celebratedon september 28th add 40 days and you have november 7th..only problem is only a handful of areas in united states celebrate the ascension on true days.IF the year of descension were 1958,its exactly in between two leap years.The birthday would fall on a friday with 40 days back being a sunday...coincidences fit
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#34 Aug 14, 2012
affrique bellique politique

I do not expect you to understand
gab

AOL

#35 Aug 16, 2012
ray 1(r)
n.
1.
a. A thin line or narrow beam of light or other radiant energy.
b. A graphic or other representation of such a line.
2. Radiance; light.
3. A small amount; a trace: not a ray of hope left.
4. Mathematics A straight line extending from a point. Also called half-line.
5. A structure or part having the form of a straight line extending from a point.
6. Any of the bright streaks that are seen radiating from some craters on the moon.
7. Botany
a. A ray flower or the corolla of a ray flower.
b. A branch of an umbel.
8. Zoology
a. One of the bony spines supporting the membrane of a fish's fin.
b. One of the arms of a starfish or other radiate animal.
9. rays Slang Sunshine: Let's go to the beach and catch some rays.
tr.v. rayed, ray·ing, rays
1. To send out as rays; emit.
2. To supply with rays or radiating lines.
3. To cast rays on; irradiate.
Middle English, from Old French rai, from Latin radius.]
Definition of RE
: the second tone of the diatonic scale in solmization
See re defined for English-language learners »
Examples of RE
do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti
Origin of RE
Medieval Latin, from the syllable sung to this note in a medieval hymn to St. John the Baptist
First Known Use: 14th century
ray Popularity ENTRIES FOUND:
1) re (noun)
2) re (preposition)
3)Re (symbol)
4)ray (noun)
5)ray (noun)
6)'re (verb)
7)re-(prefix)
1ray
noun \&#712;r&#257;\
Definition of RAY
: any of an order of usually marine cartilaginous fishes (as stingrays and skates) having the body flattened dorsoventrally, the eyes on the upper surface, and enlarged pectoral fins fused with the head
Origin of RAY
Middle English raye, from Anglo-French raie, from Latin raia
First Known Use: 14th century
Definition of RAISE
transitive verb
1
: to cause or help to rise to a standing position
2
a: awaken, arouse b: to stir up : incite <raise a rebellion> c: to flush (game) from cover d: to recall from or as if from death
3
a: to set upright by lifting or building <raise a monument> b: to lift up <raise your hand> <raise sunken treasure> c: to place higher in rank or dignity : elevate d: heighten, invigorate <raise the spirits> e: to end or suspend the operation or validity of <raise a siege>
4
: to get together for a purpose : collect <raise funds>
5
a: grow, cultivate <raise cotton> b: to bring to maturity : rear <raise a child> c: to breed and bring (an animal) to maturity
6
a: to give rise to : provoke <raise a commotion> b: to give voice to <raise a cheer>
7
: to bring up for consideration or debate <raise an issue>
8
a: to increase the strength, intensity, or pitch of <don't raise your voice> b: to increase the degree of c: to cause to rise in level or amount <raise the rent> d (1): to increase the amount of (a poker bet)(2): to bet more than (a previous bettor) e (1): to make a higher bridge bid in (a partner's suit)(2): to increase the bid of (one's partner)
9
: to make light and porous <raise dough>
10
: to cause to ascend <raise the dust>
11
: to multiply (a quantity) by itself a specified number of times <raise two to the fourth power>
12
: to bring in sight on the horizon by approaching <raise land>
13
a: to bring up the nap of (cloth) b: to cause (as a blister) to form on the skin
14
: to increase the nominal value of fraudulently <raise a check>
15
: to articulate (a sound) with the tongue in a higher position
16
: to establish radio communication with
intransitive verb
1
dialect: rise
2
: to increase a bet or bid
— rais·ernoun
— raise Cain or raise hell
1
: to act wildly : create a disturbance
2
: to scold or upbraid someone especially loudly <raised hell with the umpire>
— raise eyebrows
: to cause surprise or mild disapproval
— raise the bar
: to set a higher standard <new software that raises the bar for competitors>
See raise defined for English-language learners »
Origin of RAISE
Middle English reisen, raisen, from Old Norse reisa— more at rear
First Known Use: 13th century
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#36 Aug 16, 2012
Well its been nice posting to myself.
All posts are coincidental if they match other information,not to be taken seriously or as fact
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#37 Aug 21, 2012
I believe 3 is a symbol for heaven(the holy trinity)

and 4 is a symbol for earth(holy trinity + man)or heaven on earth (3+1=4)

one between either side of 7 is brilliant

The space between the three and the four X's
(roman numeral XXXIX)number 39,I'll elaborate later.

The ephah mentioned in zechariah (above man,below heaven)

The space between the lunar eclipses +- 7 of 1996 and 2011,

The 3 or 4 prayer times at night of compline,

The three branches of the chicago river and the illinois river(century 2 quatrain 97)

One between both sides of the 7 branches/churches
(there are more...)

Century 7 - Quatrain 17
Nostradamus


----------
Through the deserts of the free & wild place,
The nephew of the great Pontiff will come to wander:
Felled by seven with a heavy club,
By those who afterwards will occupy the Chalice.
----------
Par les deserts de lieu, libre, & farouche,
Viendra errer nepueu du grand Pontife:
Assomméà sept auecques lourde souche,
Par ceux qu'apres occuperont le cyphe.
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gab

Lake Villa, IL

#38 Aug 21, 2012
Here's another 1:

bril·liant
&#8194; &#8194;/&#712;br&# 618;ly&#601;nt/ Show Spelled[bril-yuhnt] Show IPA
adjective
1.
shining brightly; sparkling; glittering; lustrous: the brilliant lights of the city.
2.
distinguished; illustrious: a brilliant performance by a young pianist.
3.
having or showing great intelligence, talent, quality, etc.: a brilliant technician.
4.
strong and clear in tone; vivid; bright: brilliant blues and greens; the brilliant sound of the trumpets.
5.
splendid or magnificent: a brilliant social event.
6.
Jewelry . a gem, especially a diamond, having any of several varieties of the brilliant cut.
7.
Printing . a size of type about 3 1 / 2 -point. bril·liant
&#8194; &#8194;
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#39 Aug 21, 2012
DISCLAIMER:ALL THE ABOVE ARE WORKS IN PROGRESS AND MAY BE IMPROVED UPON AS THOUGHTS PROGRESS.IM TRYING TO PUT THEM DOWN TO START AS A REFERENCE POINT.ALL THE ABOVE AND A CUP OF COFFEE AND I WILL HAVE A CUP OF COFFEE. IE: THE REST IS NOT REAL.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#40 Aug 21, 2012
HEBREWS 4:3
King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.)
For we which have believed do enter into rest, as he said, As I have sworn in my wrath, if they shall enter into my rest: although the works were finished from the foundation of the world.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#41 Aug 21, 2012
EXODUS 3:4
Moses and the Burning Bush

3 Now Moses was tending the flock of Jethro his father-in-law, the priest of Midian, and he led the flock to the far side of the wilderness and came to Horeb, the mountain of God. 2 There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up. 3 So Moses thought,“I will go over and see this strange sight—why the bush does not burn up.”

4 When the Lord saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush,“Moses! Moses!”

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