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Global Crown Jewels by DONNA HILTON

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Nimrod An early Arabic work known as Kitab al-Magall or the Book of Rolls (part of Clementine literature) states that Nimrod built the towns of Hadâniûn, Ellasar, Seleucia, Ctesiphon, Rûhîn, Atrapatene, Telalôn, and others, that he began his reign as king over earth when Reu was 163, and that he reigned for 69 years, …building Nisibis, Raha (Edessa) and Harran when Peleg was 50. It further adds that Nimrod “saw in the sky a piece of black cloth and a crown.” He called upon Sasan the weaver and commanded him to make him a crown like it, which he set jewels on and wore. He was allegedly the first king to wear a crown. “For this reason people who knew nothing about it, said that a crown came down to him from heaven.” Later, the book describes how Nimrod established fire worship and idolatry, then received instruction in divination for three years from Bouniter, the fourth son of Noah.[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NimrodSee More

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    Nimrod An early Arabic work known as Kitab al-Magall or the Book of Rolls (part of Clementine literature) states that Nimrod built the towns of Hadâniûn, Ellasar, Seleucia, Ctesiphon, Rûhîn, Atrapatene, Telalôn, and others, that he began his reign as king over earth when Reu was 163, and that he reigned for 69 years, …building Nisibis, Raha (Edessa) and Harran when Peleg was 50. It further adds that Nimrod “saw in the sky a piece of black cloth and a crown.” He called upon Sasan the weaver and commanded him to make him a crown like it, which he set jewels on and wore. He was allegedly the first king to wear a crown. “For this reason people who knew nothing about it, said that a crown came down to him from heaven.” Later, the book describes how Nimrod established fire worship and idolatry, then received instruction in divination for three years from Bouniter, the fourth son of Noah.[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NimrodSee More

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    Code of Hammurabi

    The Code of Hammurabi is a well-preserved Babylonian law code…, dating back to about 1772 BC. It is one of the oldest deciphered writings of significant length in the world. The sixth Babylonian king, Hammurabi, enacted the code, and partial copies exist on a human-sized stone stele and various clay tablets. The Code consists of 282 laws, with scaled punishments, adjusting “an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth” (lex talionis)[1] as graded depending on social status, of slave versus free man.

    Laws covered

    Every single one of these laws covered the idea of either:
    Religion
    Irrigation
    Military service
    Trade
    Slavery
    The duties of workers

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    Nimrod An early Arabic work known as Kitab al-Magall or the Book of Rolls (part of Clementine literature) states that Nimrod built the towns of Hadâniûn, Ellasar, Seleucia, Ctesiphon, Rûhîn, Atrapatene, Telalôn, and others, that he began his reign as king over earth when Reu was 163, and that he reigned for 69 years, …building Nisibis, Raha (Edessa) and Harran when Peleg was 50. It further adds that Nimrod “saw in the sky a piece of black cloth and a crown.” He called upon Sasan the weaver and commanded him to make him a crown like it, which he set jewels on and wore. He was allegedly the first king to wear a crown. “For this reason people who knew nothing about it, said that a crown came down to him from heaven.” Later, the book describes how Nimrod established fire worship and idolatry, then received instruction in divination for three years from Bouniter, the fourth son of Noah.[4] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NimrodSee More

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PARROT____’framing’

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Lusthaus (undated: unpaginated) holds that:

Vasubandhu‘s most original and philosophically interesting treatise is his Twenty Verses (Vi.m`satikaa). In it he defends Yogaacaara from objections by Realists. Yogaacaara claims that what we think are external objects are nothing more than mental projections. This has been mistaken for an Idealist position because interpreters focus on the word ‘object’ instead of ‘external.’ Vasubandhu does not deny that cognitive objects (vi.saya, aalambana, etc.) exist; what he denies is that they appear anywhere else than in the very act of consciousness which apprehends them. He denies that such cognitive objects have external referents (bahya-artha). What Vasubandhu means is that cognition never takes place anywhere except in consciousness. Everything we know we have acquired through sensory experience (in Buddhism the mind is considered a special type of sense). We are fooled by consciousness into believing that those things which we perceive and appropriate within consciousness are actually ‘outside’ our cognitive sphere. Put another way, we mistake our interpretations of things for the things themselves. Consciousness is driven by karmic intentionalities (the habitual tendencies produced by past actions), and how we perceive is shaped by that conditioning. The goal of Yogaacaara is to break out of this cognitive narcissism and finally wake up to things as they are, devoid of erroneous conceptual projections.[2]

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The Universe as a Pendulum Theory <>

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Time creates a Space of the Universe ….

….circus is….  permanent symmetry at any point of the Time’s movement …. 

…can not speak about reality, regardless of the statement of consciousness ….

Matrix of the Universe ….

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