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Jamie J Barter
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02/05/2020 2:04 am  
Posted by: @christibrany

These people used a technology that combined spirit, matter, and science that we are only beginning to understand, if it won't be buried.

Understand -or possibly remember.

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The HGA of a Duck
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02/05/2020 9:18 am  
Posted by: @shiva

"tertons" (treasure-finders) would (and will continue to) discover these terma

A strangely similar process occurred with the Book of Mormon (if we are to believe that actually happened).

These "terma" are not only hidden in physical places but can be found in non-physical "realms".

I believe some of these "treasures" are hidden in Liber AL itself, in the text and handwriting and can be accessed with various ways, the most common being QBL. This kind of explains what I have been trying to do, finding "terma" in AL not "psychically" but by "5th Ray" (terminology I have learnt from Shiva) methods. I hope this new description helps to explain some of the "nonsense" I post on this forum. 🙂 

Here, have an Aiwass "sigil":

aiwaz symbol

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Set-Tetu-Ra
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03/05/2020 7:41 pm  
Posted by: @shiva
Posted by: @alan_obrien

One person who would have known was Aiwass. He was fluent in ancient Egyptian. But ...

... but he couldn't spell properly. He changed Nut to Nuit because it sounded French, and Bedhet became Hadit.

Eh. It's Nwt. Nuit honestly seems to be better than Nut in that case. Plus there's tons of ways to spell Egyptian words, they had no vowels and its a long dead language. Also Horus of Bedhet is Hadith in Greek. 

Besides, Crowley was just writing what he heard. 

"The other images group around me to support me: let all be worshipped, for they shall cluster to exalt me… There is a splendour in my name hidden and glorious, as the sun of midnight is ever the son."

Set = I, Was = Aiwass


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Shiva
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04/05/2020 2:21 am  
Posted by: @set-tetu-ra

Eh. It's Nwt. Nuit honestly seems to be better than Nut in that case.

Yes, it gets very confusing when one goes an looks up Egyptian gods or symbols and finds spellings like I, which translators spell Nut (so people can pronounce it), and Crowley later expands into Nuith (and Hadith)(when he's feeling poetic). I can accept that Nwt can be a solver of this riddle. Do you have a reference for that spelling? I know w=u=v.

Nuit also means "night" in French, probably with a soft or silent "t," which is rather appropriate for the nighttime sky. In the Ennead (9 gods) of Heliopolis, Nut, or Nwt, represents the "upper sky" or "outer space."

Posted by: @set-tetu-ra

Crowley was just writing what he heard. 

This is (apparently) correct. I accept that version and reject slants that pretend to reveal that he fabricated the whole thing. But when one is "channeling" like he described, the source can only activate words that are already present in the "scribe's" vocabulary and concept bank.

 


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Set-Tetu-Ra
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04/05/2020 10:40 pm  
Posted by: @shiva
Posted by: @set-tetu-ra

Eh. It's Nwt. Nuit honestly seems to be better than Nut in that case.

Yes, it gets very confusing when one goes an looks up Egyptian gods or symbols and finds spellings like I, which translators spell Nut (so people can pronounce it), and Crowley later expands into Nuith (and Hadith)(when he's feeling poetic). I can accept that Nwt can be a solver of this riddle. Do you have a reference for that spelling? I know w=u=v.

Nuit also means "night" in French, probably with a soft or silent "t," which is rather appropriate for the nighttime sky. In the Ennead (9 gods) of Heliopolis, Nut, or Nwt, represents the "upper sky" or "outer space."

Posted by: @set-tetu-ra

Crowley was just writing what he heard. 

This is (apparently) correct. I accept that version and reject slants that pretend to reveal that he fabricated the whole thing. But when one is "channeling" like he described, the source can only activate words that are already present in the "scribe's" vocabulary and concept bank.

 

Precisely to your last point! I was reading yesterday and lots of sites list an accurate spelling of Nut as Nuit though as well. And I think Hadith is technically the correct name of the Greek rendering of Bendhet. 

"The other images group around me to support me: let all be worshipped, for they shall cluster to exalt me… There is a splendour in my name hidden and glorious, as the sun of midnight is ever the son."

Set = I, Was = Aiwass


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