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Re: sacred geometry
Dungeons and Dragons are my favorites when it comes to fantasy. Dream a
little and release the child.
Have a great day Ken and smile.
----- Original Message -----
From: K.W.S <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2000 7:46 AM
Subject: Re: sacred geometry
> Hi All
> This is worse nonsense than Dungeons and Dragons or modern Science
> Worse because some people seem to be serious about it.
> Sad because of the time and energy wasted on absolute crap.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "William Buehler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Cc: "Niven Sinclair" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Tom Beddoes" <Tomaht@aol.com>;
> "Steve Beard" <email@example.com>; "Carol Mann"
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> <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Connie Poggiani" <email@example.com>;
> Sunderland" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "Bonnie Wagner" <email@example.com>;
> "Morgen Grey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "ambrosia" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 9:01 AM
> Subject: Re: sinclair-digest V2 #144
> > Subject: Sinclair Engrailed Cross
> > John,
> > As with Niven I'd really appreciate knowing what you might discover re
> > engrailed cross. I'm a retired Navy Commander and at my age have nothing
> > better for entertainment than sacred geometry. And an intense interest
> > Clan Sinclair. Re the geometry I find that it can be a schematic for
> > organizing both energy and complementary consciousness. This gets me
> > temple and earth grid dynamics as well as translation and interpretation
> > scripture. Then too, this demands that I at least try to understand
> > archetypes and their application ...like "What's a grail and what's it
> > for?" What geometry describes a grail dynamic? My studies and
> > experimentation show the primary angle to be 26 deg, 18+ minutes. We can
> > make a vesica out of that, instead of the usual 30 degrees, and we have
> > I believe to be the Sinclair engrailed cross geometry: the size/ratio of
> > "cup" or vesica.
> > Then with this assumption we must know what the blue field is relative
> > the black cross format. This becomes quite technical in a metaphysical
> > context having to do with primal creation process within a field of
> > grace. Pretty standard in all major religions including the Judeo
> > but not many know of it much less use it. Clan Sinclair did/does. I
> > intend to discuss religion or spiritual matters on this circuit so if
> > wish a more complete explanation you can get me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
> > The "Bethlehem" angle is named for the angle from the Great Pyramid to
> > Bethlehem, also the angle in the Pyramid used with the two ascension
> > passageways. This angle is found in primary grid geometry in Rosslyn
> > Chartres, Monserrat basilica, Stonehenge, and St Mari's chapel at
> > Glastonbury (crypt). A few examples. It locates the "Resh" (Hebrew for
> > Head Stone) that becomes the corner (Ps 118:19-24). A complete
> > would take a few days.
> > I doubt that you will find this information in written books since the
> > technology was once secret. The Templars had it and also the Masons to
> > degree ...I'm not a Mason so I can't comment on that. St. Columba had it
> > before the Templars. Clan Sinclair applied it extensively in designing
> > siting their temples, castles.
> > I think Nivens' observations below are valid but as he would undoubtedly
> > admit there is more to it.
> > In my study of the Shield I used the design from the Chapel "boss" shown
> > Andrew Sinclair's THE SWORD AND THE GRAIL. This shows two thumbs marking
> > line across the top. The "thumb" in Hebrew is the letter Yud (#10) once
> > drawn as a bent arm with open hand, thumb up. This is another technical
> > thing relating to the "two yuds" (Yeshua and Yachannen, ie Jesus and
> > John 3:30). I mention this because this design can be superimposed over
> > lower chapel (crypt) to effectively unify the Chapel's highest function
> > the Shield. Remember that we are trying to find out not just what these
> > elements are in a grand design but more precisely: what they do. If we
> > the primary function of the Shield, then we can determine the Chapel
> > overlay. A Sinclair knight would then have the basic "spritual alchemy"
> > his shield.
> > Niven has a good point: "I have always thought it represented the
> > of the true cross because we were the knights of the grail - hence
> > engrailing." I would add one thing relative to the above paragraph and
> > remark here, that the energetic formats or "codes" in the Shield and the
> > engrailing can be directly transferred to the man himself by a
> > process. Thus the knight becomes not only the Grail but also the Temple
> > (Chapel) and essence of the Clan. Everything helps when some wrong
> > is enthusiastically beating you on the head and shoulders with a great
> > sword.
> > Thoth Hermes oversees spiritual sciences: math, music, healing and
> > regeneration, languages, etc. Yeshuas' 12 disciples organized the same
> > within the archetype of the 12 point wheel or temple. Yeshu would be in
> > center but would work through the "yud" factor in them all, principally
> > Jachannen.
> > In contemplating the cross also include the unseen vertical axis or
> > element related to the "4." As in Eden we have four rivers and lands
> > are generated by the one (5th). "Eden" means "controlling foundation"
> > spelled with the alternate "a" letter ...ie use both aleph and ayin to
> > usually find the hidden application. The Upanishad Maitri 2.6 uses the
> > concept but with breaths. This is encoded in the Hebrew letter peh which
> > "blows into 4-corners."
> > I don't know of any seminary or literature with the above information;
> > has to dig it out the hard way. The geometry for the engrailed cross can
> > sent by jpg directly to you if you wish it.
> > Blessings,
> > Bill Buehler
> > Colorado, USA
> > Minister: Church of Antioch (Malabar Rite)
> > ---------------
> > References:
> > Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 21:48:07 +0100
> > From: Niven Sinclair <email@example.com>
> > Subject: Re: Engrailed Cross
> > At 11:42 16/05/00 +0000, you wrote:
> > Another list I subscribe to are discussing the origins of the Sinclair
> > Engrailed Cross. Can anyone help?
> > Thanks
> > John
> > -----------------
> > (From Niven:)
> > John,
> > I'd be interested in what they have to say.
> > I have always thought it represented the protection of the true cross
> > because we were the knights of the grail - hence engrailing.
> > Others say that the four legs represent the rivers of paradise.
> > But, if you look carefully at the engrailed crosses within Rosslyn
> > Chapel you will find, if you cut off at the first knuckle, you are
> > looking at the croix pattee of the Knights Templar - hidden but
> > plain to see and, on the outside of the Chapel, there is the
> > head of Hermes indicating the sealed secret within i.e. the
> > association with the banned Templars.
> > Niven
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