Sunday, 29 December 2013


Central painting with Ouroboros as Oreol or Halo is in Vatican.

Ouroboros can't be observed appart from the whole picture of snake symbolism.Lady of oracles in Delphi was Pythia called Krisa.
Pythia was her calling, one that PITA or asks in Slavic language.
 As they made all Goddesses into him or they added consort
her counterpart in this case is called Pyth-agora. 

This theft of powers of oracles had Ouroboros as result of symbolic depiction of her fall.
Ouroboros is infact one of the major "Anathema's" casted upon her because python 
 within confined space will eat it's own tail and itself.
It is oman of selfdistruction.
Symbolism of a black cube (like Mecca) have intention of SQUARING or BOXING us into narrow minded, contained spaces to keep us in check-mate (squared circle) position.

Very masonic symbol of ruler and compas is depicting of sexual act.
Snake-she and dragon-he are later version of Ouroboros where as promised in Gnostic scripts literarly say; "and whomever she beget will serve us"

Ouroboros in shape of twisted infinite closed loup is referance to Venus that is always represented with number 8.
8 laying down is a desperate position of helpless victim.

Lizzy Bluebell on painting in Vatican and Ouroboros

 In my own view, the Ouroborus indicates a purely patriarchal SYSTEM for governing Time (and People), where the 'masculine' SUN was elected as SOL(e)-GOD, or the falsely named "MON-O-theistic" One-God-- thus eliminating the 'feminine' or LUNAR aspect of the 'Twin-Gods' as the 'other' twin. 

In the original AEgyptian Pantheon of EIGHT Gods, there were 4 males and 4 Females or 4 sets of "twins" known as the OGDOAD (8-Gods). The AEgyptians had a fascination with the notion of "twinning" or the 'Twins-Deities'. 

The Ouroborus on the contrary, is emblematic of a system delineated by only ONE CIRC-LE of the twin-cycles of Sun and Moon; therefore the System itself became governed by a purely masculinised SOLar Son as a singular 'CYCLE of Time'. 

This false or 'FALLS' notion was imposed on us by a SOLAR Calendar/CLOCK which ignores the Moon's Annual Cycle of 13 x 28 days in favour of a system which delineates Time by only 12 'moonths' or months of varying length which add up to 365 days or "DEIS" or gods. (But even this 'timing' is not exactly accurate, thus "Time" itself is a false notion). 

In an older Lunar System, each 'star goddess' had her own 'time' for mating with a MALE Moon. 

Today we have inherited this 360-degree calendrical CIRCLE of false "Time" imposed on us for the sake of the convenience of the Masculine-eyes-ed System Itself. Everything about our Calendar is ARBITRARY to some extent, but the emphasis on "maleness" has become our limping, de-structive "lameness" in my view. 

Thus the above image of HORUS inside the Ouroborus -- regardless of any mix-up in dating it -- is already about the 'next generation' or the SON of the TWINS who were first se-PA-rated as the STARS Isis and Osiris , in order to produce the NEXT 'falls' generation of "God" as a 'sleight of imagination' which twists the know-ledge so that the SUN became the SON which has now become the SUN-God again.

Dama Heroub Papyrus is first depicting of Ouroboros.

on first Ouroboros


Manetho was an Egyptian priest who wrote a history of Egypt in the Macedonian language, probably for Ptolemy I (305–282 B.C.)

Despite Manetho's importance for the study of the history of Ancient Egypt, nothing much is really known about the man himself. Even the exact meaning of his name has been a point of discussion among Egyptologists and although it is now generally agreed upon that the name "Manetho" comes from the Ancient Egyptian mniw-htr, which means "keeper of the horses", the existence of such a name is not attested by Ancient Egyptian sources.

Manetho lived in Sebennytos, the capital of Egypt during the 30th Dynasty, and was a priest during the reigns of Macedonian kings: Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II. He is said to have been involved in the creation of the cult of Serapis - a god added to the Egyptian pantheon with both Hellenistic (Illyrian) and Egyptian traits during the reign of Ptolemy I -, but this cannot be confirmed. 

Manetho owes his importance to the fact that he wrote the Aegyptiaca, a collection of three books about the history of Ancient Egypt, commissioned by Ptolemy II in his effort to bring together the Egyptian and Hellenistic cultures.

In order to do so, Manetho had access to the archives of the temple where he served as a priest. Such archives contained a vast number of different kinds of writings, ranging in contents from mythological texts to official records, from magical formulas to scientific treaties. He thus had all the sources he needed to write down the history of his country. With such sources, however, we may not be surprised to find myths and folk-tale mixed with the facts of the Egyptian history. 

It is to Manetho's Aegyptiaca that we owe the division of Ancient Egyptian history in 30 dynasties. This division is not always based on historical facts: it was in parts based on mythology and in parts on divisions of ruling families already established in the past.

Note: please keep in mind that all of these accounts were written well after the fact.

Oldest Ouroboros from Kemet is from 21st Dynasty of Egypt so that there is not many honest details on Original Ouroboros, scripts written by Manetho are well 9 Dynasties later and then who is to say that this is painted at that time? Same old bias that wrotte HIS STORY to beg-in with....

some sources

From the scriptural analysis of Hebrew on Ouroboros.
Phire Phoenix
"In your patience possess ye your souls." Sabali means patience; "that's what the old folks told me." In Hebrew it is savlanut, which also means "tolerance." The same root gives rise to words that means "suffer" (sevel) and "burdens" (sivlot). A patient is a suffering or sick person under medical treatment. "On hearing this, Jesus said to them, "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners."
Savlanut is spelled Samech, Beth, Lamed, Nun, Vav, and Tav. Samech is spinning energy, the Ouroboros. Beth is a house; to be , build. Lamed is a staff, guide, to go toward. Heart in Hebrew is leb; lamed and beth; this shows that our heart is the temple in which God must dwell... The letter nun is a swimming fish; the activity of life. Nahash (serpent), nachar (river), and nachal (flood) all begin with nun. "Yeshua comes from the power of Nun, the fish. Jesus, was able to walk upon the water, transform the water into wine, calm the storms in the water, and use water to heal. He had power over the Mem, because Yeshua is a son of Nun." In our sexual glands; in that water is a kind of “fish” or living entity: the sperm and ovum...the next letter is vav; the hook, connector. It's the bridge that connects the fiery waters of Eden above with the waters below. The final letter of the Hebrew Alphabet is Tav; the covenant, seal; Tav is a (spinning) cross. It is made with a nun and a daleth (door). Daleth and Nun spell Dan; Dan’ means judgment. The Tav is judgment; it is how we are judged; it is the summation of our action. When we reach the end, the completion of our life, we face a judgment—we receive a Tav, a seal, a stamp, a mark. That seal, Tav, is the mathematical completion of our every action. Every thought, every feeling, every movement of energy that has moved through us is summarized, calculated, and upon that final calculation is put a Tav, a mark; it is the synthesis of our life. From that mathematical equation we proceed to the next step, based upon that mark."

In Roman times symbolism went on.

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Fearless Black Amazons

So why make slaves of black women?
Because everything that is pure and good is smudged in this backword world we are living, we even walk and talk backwards, think backwards and behave appaling!

The Veteran Amazons of king Béhanzin, at Abomey, Dahomey (now Benin Republic) in 1908. Found while looking for a picture of a Kpojito (queen) of the Fon. Came up short on that online. I'll have more about the crack Fon women warriors when i finish reading a book on them, which has a lot of info about parallel female offices from top to bottom of this society. Something similar to what the Ashanti have, and also a number of Indigenous societies in North America.

Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa
Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa – Manhyia Palace Museum, Kumasi
Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa (c. 1840–October 17, 1921)Asantewaa
Yaa Asantewaa was the queen mother of the Edweso tribe of the Asante (Ashanti) in what is modern Ghana.  She was an exceptionally brave fighter who, in March 1900, raised and led an army of thousands against the British colonial forces in Ghana and their efforts to subjugate the Asante and seize the Golden Stool, the Asante nation’s spiritual symbol of unity and sovereignty.
Yaa Asantewaa mobilized the Asante troops and for three months laid siege to the British fort of Kumasi. The British colonizers had to bring in several thousand troops and artillery to break the siege, exiling Queen Yaa Asantewaa and 15 of her closest advisers to the Seychelles. She lived in exile until her death in October 1921. Yaa Asantewaa’s War, as it is presently known in Ghana, was one of the last major wars on the continent of Africa to be led by a woman.
Ahosi or Mino (Dahomey Amazons)Ahosi or Mino Dahomey Amazons
The Dahomey Amazons or Mino was an all-female military regiment of the Fon people of the Kingdom of Dahomey in the present-day Republic of Benin. They existed from the 17th century to the end of the 19th century. While European narratives refer to the women soldiers as “Amazons,” because of their similarity to the semi-mythical Amazons of ancient Anatolia, they called themselves Ahosi (king’s wives) or Mino (our mothers) in the Fon language.
The Ahosi were extremely well trained, and inculcated with a very aggressive attitude. They were ferocious fighters with a reputation for decapitating soldiers in the middle of battle, as well as those who were unfortunate to become their captives.
Seh-Dong-Hong-Beh was one of the great leaders of the Mino. In 1851 she led an army of 6,000 women against the Egba fortress of Abeokuta. Because the Mino were armed with spears, bows and swords while the Egba had European cannons, only about 1,200 survived the extended battle.
European encroachment into West Africa gained pace during the latter half of the 19th century. In 1890, King Behanzin used his Mino fighters alongside the male soldiers to battle the French forces during the First Franco-Dahomean War. The French army lost several battles to them because of the female warriors’ skill in battle.
Queen Nanny leader of the Jamaican maroons
Queen Nanny or Nanny (c. 1685 – c. 1755)
Queen Nanny, a Jamaican national hero, was a well-known leader of the Jamaican Maroons in the 18th century. Nanny was kidnapped from Ghana, West Africa, as a child, and was forced into slavery in Jamaica. Growing up, she was influenced by the Maroons and other leaders of the enslaved Africans. The Maroon people were enslaved Blacks who fled the oppressive plantations and formed their own communities in Jamaica’s interior.
Nanny and her brothers ran away from the plantation and hid in the Blue Mountains area. From there, they led several revolts across Jamaica. Queen Nanny was a well-respected, intelligent spiritual leader who was instrumental in organizing the plans to free slaves.
For over 30 years she freed more than 800 slaves and helped them settle into Maroon communities. She defeated the British in many battles and despite repeated attacks from the British soldiers, Grandy Nanny’s settlement, called Nanny Town, remained under Maroon control for several years.
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman (born Araminta Harriet Ross; 1820 – March 10, 1913)
Harriet Tubman was an African-American abolitionist, humanitarian, and Union spy during the American Civil War. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped to Philadelphia in 1849, then immediately returned to Maryland to rescue her family.
She subsequently made more than 19 missions to rescue more than 300 slaves with the help of the network of antislavery activists and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad. She later helped recruit men for John Brown’s raid on Harpers Ferry October 16-18, 1859, to free enslaved Blacks.
In June 1863, Tubman became the first woman to lead an armed expedition in the Civil War. She guided the Combahee River Raid, which liberated more than 700 enslaved Blacks in South Carolina: the largest liberation of enslaved Black people in American history.

Assata Olugbala Shakur (born July 16, 1947)
assata shakur Assata Shakur is an African-American activist who was a member of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army  between 1971 and 1973. Assata worked through the BPP and the BLA to fight racial, social, and economic oppression, but became the target of U.S. government’s counter-revolutionary COINTELPRO program. This program used a wide range of tactics, including framing, false imprisonments and assassinations of leaders, to disrupt the radical movement.
Between 1973 and 1977 in New York and New Jersey, Shakur was indicted ten times, resulting in seven separate criminal trials. Shakur’s charges ranged from bank robberies; attempted murder of two police officers; and eight other felonies related to the shootout on the New Jersey Turnpike. Of these trials, three resulted in acquittals; one in a hung jury; one in a change of venue; one resulted in a mistrial due to her pregnancy; and one in a conviction. Three indictments were dismissed without trial. Shakur escaped prison and fled to Cuba after her conviction for the death of New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster.
On May 2, 2013, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced that they had raised the bounty on Shakur’s head to $2 million and placed her on its “Most Wanted Terrorists” list, making her the first woman to be so designated and effectively criminalizing the Black freedom struggle of that era.
For people wondering if Shakur was guilty, the Huffington Post reported that at the trial, three neurologists would testify that the first gunshot shattered her clavicle and the second shattered the median nerve in her right hand. That testimony proved that she was sitting with her hands raised when she was fired on by police.
According to Wikipedia, further testimony proved that no gun residue was found on either of her hands, nor were her fingerprints found on any of the weapons located at the scene. Nevertheless, Shakur was convicted by an all-white jury and sentenced to life in prison.

meroic warrior
Amanirenas (died c. 10 B.C.)
Amanirenas (also spelled Amanirena) was one of the greatest kandakes, or queen mothers, who ruled over the Meroitic Kingdom of Kush in northeast Africa. She reigned over the kingdom between c. 40 B.C.-10 B.C.  When Roman emperor Augustus levied a tax on the Kushites in 24 B.C., Amanirenas and her son, Akinidad,  led an army of 30,000 men to sack the Roman fort in the Egyptian city of Aswan.They also destroyed the statues of Caesar in Elephantine.
Under orders from Augustus, the Roman general Petronius retaliated, but met strong resistance from Amanirenas and her troops. After over three years of harsh fighting, the two parties agreed to negotiate a peace treaty. The Romans agreed to return their army to Egypt, withdraw their fort, give the land back to the Kushites and rescind the tax.
The brave warrior queen, Amanirenas is remembered for her loyal combat, side-by-side, with her own soldiers. She was blinded in one eye after she was wounded by a Roman. However, the full extent of the Roman humiliation has yet to be disclosed since the Kushite account of the war, written in the Meroïtic script, has not been fully decoded.

Carlota Leading the Slaves in Matanzas, Cuba, 1843,, Lili Bernard
Carlota Leading the Slaves in Matanzas, Cuba, 1843, Lili Bernard
Carlota Lukumí (died 1844)
carolta Lukumi macheteCarlota was kidnapped from her Yoruba tribe, brought in chains to Cuba as a child and forced into slavery in the city of Matanzas, working to harvest and process sugar cane under the most brutal of conditions.
She was bright, musical, determined and clever. In 1843, she and another enslaved woman named Fermina led an organized rebellion at the Triumvarato sugar plantation. Fermina was locked up after her plans for the rebellion were discovered. Using talking drums to secretly communicate, Carlota and her fellow warriors freed Fermina and dozens of others, and went on to wage a well-organized armed uprising against at least five brutal slave plantation operations in the area. Carlota’s brave battle went on for one year before she was captured, tortured and executed by Spanish landowners.

Queen Nzinga Mbande (c. 1583 – December 17, 1663)
Queen Nzinga Mbande was a highly intelligent and powerful 17th-century ruler of the Ndongo and Matamba Kingdoms (modern-day Angola). Around the turn of the 17th century, Nzinga fearlessly and cleverly fought for the freedom of her kingdoms against the Portuguese, who were colonizing  the Central African coast at the time to control the trade of African human beings.
To build up her kingdom’s military might, Nzinga offered sanctuary to runaway slaves and Portuguese-trained African soldiers. She stirred up rebellion among the people still left in Ndongo, by then ruled by the Portuguese. Nzinga also formed an alliance with the Dutch against the Portuguese. However, their combined forces were not enough to drive the Portuguese out. After retreating to Matamba again, Nzinga started to focus on developing the kingdom as a trading power and the gateway to the Central African interior. At the time of Nzinga’s death in 1661 at the age of 81, Matamba had become a powerful kingdom that managed to resist Portuguese colonization attempts for an extended period of time. Her kingdom was only integrated into Angola in the late 19th century.

Nayabingi Priestess
Nyabingi Priestesses Muhumusa (died 1945) and Kaigirwa (unknown)
Muhumusa and Kaigirwa were feared leaders of the East African Nyabingi priestesses group that was influential in Rwanda and Uganda from 1850 to 1950. In 1911 Muhumusa proclaimed “she would drive out the Europeans” and “that the bullets of the Wazungu would turn to water against her.”
She organized armed resistance against German colonialists and was eventually detained by the British in Kampala, Uganda, from 1913 to her death in 1945. She became the first in a line of rebel priestesses fighting colonial domination in the name of Nyabingi, and even after being imprisoned she inspired a vast popular following. The British passed its 1912 Witchcraft Act in direct response to the political effectiveness of this spiritually based resistance movement.
In August 1917, the “Nyabinga” Kaigirwa followed in Muhumusa’s footsteps, and engineered the Nyakishenyi revolt, with unanimous public support. British officials placed a high price on her head, but no one would claim it. After the British attacked the Congo camp of Kaigirwa in January 1919, killing most of the men, Kaigirwa and the main body of fighters managed to evade the army and escape.
However, the British captured the sacred white sheep and burned it to dust before a convocation of leading chiefs. After this deed, a series of disasters afflicted the district commissioner who killed the sheep. His  herds were wiped out, his roof caved in and a mysterious fire broke out in his house. Kaigirwa attempted another uprising, then went into the hills, where she was never captured.

Tarenorerer Aboriginal leader, known as WALYER
Tarenorerer of Emu Bay in northern Tasmania was an indigenous Australian leader of the Tommeginne people. In her teens, she was abducted by Aborigines of the Port Sorell region and sold to white sealers on the Bass Strait Islands, where they called her Walyer.
She became proficient in speaking English and took particular notice of the use and operation of firearms. In 1828, Tarenorerer returned to her country in the north of Tasmania, where she gathered a group of men and women from many bands to initiate warfare against the invading Europeans. Training her warriors in the use of firearms, she ordered them to strike the luta tawin (white men) when they were at their most vulnerable, between the time that their guns were discharged and before they were able to reload.
She also instructed them to kill the Europeans’ sheep and bullocks. G. A. Robinson, who was charged with rounding up the Aborigines, was told by sealers that Tarenorerer would stand on a hill to organize the attack, abuse the settlers and dare them to come and be speared.

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Thrakian Tomb - Girls & Horses

Wiki and all other links are as usually having no clue or lying cause they say this is wedding of Queen and King. Only one is seated in a Throne and it is a girl while he is important guest, he have significantly darker skin and grey hair with aura like Sun, reminds me of Helios or Lion something with that appearance, more like mythical figure then real person.
Also he is doing something at that table while her attention is pointed at the table it seems that he is trying to please her cause his attention is on her.
Rest of the people on the picture are all about same race with all types of hair colourings, blond, brown, red, also some are with straight hair, some curly.
So in reality they haven't been dark tanned as Thrakians are usually represented as such.
Girls are of the obviously higher statusses while men are only in serving roles.
Predominant Chariots with Horses are from a Mother Goddess times
while a Holy Cow is embelished with red ribbon forming M letter that you can find in Babylon a lot.
It is safe to say this is from Thrakian Amazon Era as they like all other Amazon Queens adored Horses.

 Entrance is shaped like Vulva

 at top right is Cornucopia - a horn of plenty.

Girls dressed in Fleur de Lis inside tomb

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Moon in all her Glory

Number 13

Moon was called Sin in oldest of times and Queens build temples to honour Moon so they wore horns, symbol of crescent Moon, Moses had horns cause he was from Sin-Aj or Moon Mountain, most evil organisation in the world is called Zion/Sion/Sin cause they knew about Moon power and they use it till this day in Wall-Street cause Moon governs water or current-cy. 

13 notches ingraved on the horn are 13 lunar months and 13 fertile Lunar fases in a year.

Scarab/Kheper as parthenogenetic bug
is acompanied with Moon and Venus.

13 dots, 13 months a year

1776 is a year of forming of Bavarian Lodge
one side is represented with Solar clock
and other with Lunar 13 chained circles as in Olimpic maner.

Virgin Anasazi

MEN still think this is all about him. However picture speaks for itself. 

It may look like a banana, but this curved device is actually thought to be the world's oldest pocket calendar. 
Archaeologists found the calendar in Serbia and believe the moon-shaped device is around 8,000 years old.
It is made from the tusk of a wild boar and is marked with engravings thought to denote a lunar cycle of 28 days, as well as the four phases of the moon.

The archaeologists believe ancient man would have used it to work out the best time to plant and harvest crops.
The tusk was found in an area close to the town of Smederevska Palanka in eastern Serbia.

Professor Milorad Stojic from the Archaeology Institute in Belgrade, who made the discovery said: ‘We believe the engraved tusk represents a moon calendar.’
‘There are 28 miniature triangular indentations carved there.
‘It fits into a pouch or a small bag so, yes, it can be said that this is probably the world's first pocket calculator.’

Professor Stojic said the area where the tusk was discovered represents one of Europe's most interesting archaeological sites from the Neolithic period and was a centre of religion 6,000 years ago.
Aside from farmers using the calendar for crops, Stojic added it could have also been used for family planning. 
‘Lunar calendars were used since Palaeolithic and Neolithic times,’ explained the professor. ‘But never before have [archaeologists] found such a good example like this tusk in Smederevska Planka.’
Although the device is believed to be the oldest pocket calendar, it is not the oldest calendar in the world.

In July, archaeologists in Scotland discovered what they claimed was a 10,000-year-old date organiser.
A group of 12 pits excavated in Aberdeenshire apperared to mimic and align with the phases of the moon, making it possible to track lunar months over the course of a year. 
The first formal time-measuring devices were thought to have been created in Mesopotamia about 5,000 years ago.
The pit alignment near Crathes Castle predates those discoveries by thousands of years, experts said.
The Mesolithic monument at Warren Field is said to have been created by hunter-gatherer societies ten centuries ago.

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Lunar Swastika in the center, 4 seasons (probably) and 13 Lunar Months

13 "arrows" around left figure
Harrapa; pic bellow
Lunar calendars are most Natural from dawn of time, Moon is our sky clock, our Mother that rules the waters on Earth, that tells us when to seed plants, can you do this or that and last but not least our very existance is closely connected to this majestic Lady if the Night trough our mothers periods of fertility.
She allows us to see and follow all of the stars and then stars will tell us seasons and dates that are closely related to our very life.
13 perfect Lunar months in a year are exchanged with 12,
13th is sacrificed.

This is "La Aguada" 900 AD, South America
This Lunar Goddess that rules Waters is presented as if she is crying.
After men took over Sun symbolism while Sun smiles
female deity Moon is usually represented as crying.

28 days of Lunar cycle

Prehistoric Lunar calendar 13 dots. 

Mayan Calendar is based on number 13.

Minoan Axe Labrys was used as Lunar calendar

Lizzy Bluebell

 - the lunar waxing and waning of the MOON is what Wall Street economic cycles are based on - see how the figure indicates the COAGULATING effects of the Dark Moon and the FLOWING effects of the SOLVENT (SOL-vent?)
Full Moon (as a Crescent symbol).

additional on number 13;

Mars have 13 retrograde movements in a year

There are 13 constellation circling around Earth