The world-famous Rosslyn Chapel is unsurpassed in mystery yet far removed from grandiloquently.
Author: Carl van Niekerk
Publisher: Flower of Life Chronicles
The world-famous Rosslyn Chapel is unsurpassed in mystery yet far removed from grandiloquently. Indeed, this may be one of the most important structures in medieval history. Could the Holy Grail be ancient knowledge left by the founder for us to discover? And has this knowledge been palpably displayed in stone through the ages? Fragments of the flower of life symbol are scattered around the chapel in various forms, unequivocally linking to the theories of sound, vibration; wave propagation and antimatter. Ascertain how the geometry behind the symbolism of Rosslyn Chapel is defined as you Learn how to construct the true proportionally correct version of Metatron`s Cube, the unprecedented Geo-Coalescent Platonica.
... behind his claim, and he was the keeper of the most important Freemasonic
shrine in Scotland, Rosslyn Chapel. His patronage was the only way to thwart the
ambitions of the Mylne family (which Schaw had unleashed, via the Lodge Scoon
Author: Oddvar Olsen
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
The Templar papers, author and historian Oddvar Olsen has assembled a veritable Who's Who of experts to unravel the mystery.
Author: Fairfax Downey
Brief stories of noteworthy dogs, both factual and fictional, that have been companions to famous people or that have helped change the course of history.
When Philip the Handsome unleashed his repression, this fleet put out to sea
with hundreds of knights and was never heard of ... For example, some
representations of Masonic symbols in the chapel of Rosslyn, constructed south
of Edinburgh ...
Author: Flavio Barbiero
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A radical reexamination of Western history that suggests the descendants of Moses were the architects of the rise of the Roman Church and the ancestors of European aristocracy • Answers the inexplicable disappearance of all mention of Moses’s descendants from the Bible • Reveals the key role played by Josephus Flavius in shaping early Christianity • Explains the connection of this secret priesthood to modern secret societies like the Freemasons After the book of Exodus, Moses’s two sons and numerous descendants all vanish from the Bible. Flavio Barbiero’s investigation of this strange absence and his study of the centuries-long power struggle between the priestly families fighting for control of the Temple of Jerusalem starts with the rebellion against Rome--and the emergence of Josephus Flavius, one of Moses’s descendants, on the world stage. In AD 70 when the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed by Titus Flavius and thousands of Jewish priests were exterminated, Josephus, now bearing his sponsor’s last name, followed Titus Flavius to Rome with at least 250 relatives and friends. Here they were made Roman citizens but then subsequently disappeared from recorded history. Barbiero’s careful study of early Christianity shows, however, that these surviving members of Moses’s high-priest lineage succeeded in taking control of the nascent Roman Church and masterminded its extraordinary success. Using a wide range of evidence drawn from fields as disparate as archaeology, heraldry, and genetics, Barbiero shows how these descendants of Moses used the cult of Mithras to eventually seize control of the secular Roman authority as well. He then follows, step by step, the spread of the members of this secret priestly elite into what was to become the aristocracy of medieval Europe and how their influence continues to be felt in modern secret societies like Freemasonry.
Proceedings of the Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work,
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 22 to October 26, 1994. ... The Problems of
Anticipatory and De Jure-Official Standards. In Interoperability and the
Economics of Information Infrastructure Conference. Rosslyn, VA. ... December,
John A. and Mark Ginsburg ( I 996): HTML 3.2 and CGI Unleashed Professional
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Author: Richard Bentley
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The advent of the World Wide Web has changed the perspectives of groupware systems. The interest and deployment of Internet and intranet groupware solutions is growing rapidly, not just in academic circles but also in the commercial arena. The first generation of Web-based groupware tools has already started to emerge, and leading groupware vendors are urgently adapting their products for compatibility and integration with Web technologies. The focus of Groupware and the World Wide Web is to explore the potential for Web-based groupware. This book includes an analysis of the key characteristics of the Web, presenting reasons for its success, and describes developments of a diverse range of Web-based groupware systems. An emphasis on the technical obstacles and challenges is implemented by more analytical discussions and perspectives, including that of Information Technology managers looking to deploy groupware solutions within their organizations. Written by experts from different backgrounds - academic and commercial, technical and organizational - this book provides a unique overview of and insight into current issues and future possibilities concerning extension of the World Wide Web for group working.