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Re: Knight of the Cart

At 22:18 13/11/00 -0800, you wrote:

Though I enjoyed your treatise in general, I found the following particularly interesting:

William Buehler wrote:
 I will only take up your time with a look at the Horse's function and inner meaning. First understand that the Heel (Chief Head) Stone goes through a transformation to become a gate system (Ps 118 again) that cosmetrically shows up in an L shape. This gate system is not simply an innerdimensional gate, it is an intratemporal or "time" gate and depends on a State of Being related to the Christ in quality, of the operator(s) to safely and efficiently use it. The Horse is used as a symbol for such a system, relating to the "L" gate. Two examples: the Knight's Move in chess is the L, also in the Hebrew alphabet the L is the letter gamel, #3, drawn as an L in the protosiniatic version ("gamel" means camel, a horse substitute in the Mideast).

It made me think of two things:

1.  The emphasis in Freemasonry on perpendiculars and the "angle of a square", etc.

2.  The perpendicular is the direction taken when moving from one dimension to a higher one -- from a point to a line, a line to a plane, a plane to a solid.  Within the lower dimension, the perpendicular extension to the next dimension is seen as a mere point -- exhibiting location perhaps, but no measureable reality.  In our 3-dimensional "physical" world, I picture each human mind as such a point, extending in directions not measureable by wordly gauges.

Loved the reference to the Knight's Move in chess.  I'm not familiar with the horse symbology, though it sounds very intriguing.

Michael Petros

The French maintained that Henry's 'coat-of-arms' showed the head of a camel which, on reading the above, would seem
to fit in with his unique position as Head of the Sinclair family which, as heir to the Templar knowledge, mystique and power,
had a strategy which transcended national boundaries.

Six hundred years later, we are beginning to understand the underlying motives, the raison d'etre, for his voyage to the
New World and this will have full discussion in Dr Tim Wallace Murphy's and Marilyn Hopkin's new book on that historic
voyage.  I have been privileged to have a pre-view of some of the Chapters.  It will lay to rest, once and for all, any lingering
doubts which people may still have about the voyage.  It is a authorative tour de force by the authors of  such masterly works
as "Rosslyn" and "Rex Deus".

Niven Sinclair

Niven Sinclair