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Esoteric Teachings in Churches & Cathedrals

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Posted 26 August 2017 - 02:56 PM

who's countenance lives under these roofs? monuments to God? or monuments dedicated to the great god mammon? i think they have forgotten Christ and His example. they did this a long time ago. even before His story was told. hating what He stands for because it diminishes their own light. allowing others to see what it is that has been built. a great shining beacon of control. a lighthouse guiding the moths to ultimate destruction. what's hiding behind this bright light of being? a corrupted structure resembling a greedy dog...guarding it all.   
 
others and their evil spirit built it. creating their own versions of god... 
 
...and it's still not enough! 
 
It'll never be enough.
 
 

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 04:00 PM

Astronaut Carving on Ancient Spanish Cathedral?
 
The figure of an astronaut carved into the wall of a centuries-old Spanish cathedral is actually a modern creation.
 
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A Portuguese article about the restoration of Salamanca’s New Cathedral explains (as best we can translate it into English) that:
 
The restoration of the Cathedral of Salamanca in 1992 integrated modern and contemporary motifs, including a carved figure of an astronaut. The use of this motif was in the tradition of cathedral builders and restorers including contemporary motifs among older ones as a way of signing their works. The person responsible for the restoration, Jeronimo Garcia, chose an astronaut as a symbol of the twentieth century.
 
 

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Posted 28 October 2017 - 12:41 PM

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Posted 21 January 2018 - 11:50 PM

 

who's countenance lives under these roofs? monuments to God? or monuments dedicated to the great god mammon? i think they have forgotten Christ and His example. they did this a long time ago. even before His story was told. hating what He stands for because it diminishes their own light. allowing others to see what it is that has been built. a great shining beacon of control. a lighthouse guiding the moths to ultimate destruction. what's hiding behind this bright light of being? a corrupted structure resembling a greedy dog...guarding it all.   
 
others and their evil spirit built it. creating their own versions of god... 
 
...and it's still not enough! 
 
It'll never be enough.

 

 

Is a cathedral a form of defensive architecture to keep the masses from trespassing on the machinations from those above?

 

Is it a Home for God or is it a concentration camp?

 

Metaphorically speaking...


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Posted 22 January 2018 - 12:02 AM

Esoteric Architecture!

 

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I've seen this before!

 

For those interested go check out Gettysburg...

 

;)

 

Lot's of ghosts there

 

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Posted 22 March 2018 - 03:39 PM

Is a cathedral a form of defensive architecture to keep the masses from trespassing on the machinations from those above?

 

Is it a Home for God or is it a concentration camp?

 

Metaphorically speaking...

 

How about designing a whole city as a cathedral.
 
A New Jerusalem!
 
A smart city!
 
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Just look at those wonderful force fields protecting all within its dome.
 
The golden arched antenna broadcasting in rainbows of frequencies.
 
All required to feed and protect your soul.
 
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Posted 22 June 2018 - 04:11 PM

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In full knowledge of the fact that he would not see the temple finished, Gaudí decided to plan the construction of the Sagrada Familia in modules, starting with the apse and the Nativity facade, knowing that if he managed to leave one of them finished, it would be more difficult to abandon construction.

In his desire to overcome the defects he saw in Gothic structural systems, Gaudí aimed to create a new architecture with balanced and self-supporting structures. In his workshop he experimented with and refined the constructional solutions he used on the building by using models. This way of working has been used by all his successors and is still practiced in the temple’s technical office. The Sagrada Familia was and still is a constructional challenge: it is one of the largest testing grounds for construction methods in the world.

Gaudí took his inspiration from two sources; the Christian message and nature. One was derived directly from the Holy Scriptures, tradition and liturgy. The other came from the observation of the natural world, providing him with a conceptual and methodological framework. Gaudí did not copy nature but analysed the function of its elements to formulate structural and formal designs which he then applied to architecture.

http://www.sagradafa...rg/en/geometry/

 



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