Mascots

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Today mascots are any character that brings luck to any certain group of people.  We see them mainly for sports teams, schools and companies, but mascots are everywhere.  It seems that every group wants a character to help sell their brand.  We are told that mascot comes from the French ‘mascotte’ and means lucky charm.  Well it does come from the French, but like so many other things the true history is hidden.  

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Urim and Thummim

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What is the Urim and Thummim?  Theologians and Intellectuals both have no idea.  Yet it continues to be a major thing when it comes to history.   In Hebrew the term Urim means ‘light’ and Thummim means ‘perfection’.  To most this means nothing, but to me it makes a lot of sense.  Here is yet another central and very important item in religion where the meaning has been conveniently lost.  The so called great authorities on Judaic and Christian religions have had no clue what the Urim and Thummim really were.  The Urim and Thummim is still around.  Hiding in plain sight.  

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Shoes

Many people take their shoes off to keep the negative energy from the day out of their house.

I don’t know if it’s still a practice, I’ve been married nearly 35 years, of tying tin cans to scare off evil spirits and shoes to the bumper of the transportation the newlyweds use to leave the wedding beginning their new life together.

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We have lost what the shoe symbolizes in today’s world.  If you look up on the internet what the symbol of the shoe means, it will tell you that it represents authority and power, humility and servitude, our direction and focus in life, or our faith in god.  How you get faith in god from shoes is beyond me?  What I have found will make way more sense and will answer a few of questions.  One of those questions being, why would someone throw a shoe at President Bush?  

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Wishing Well

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Where did the idea of throwing money into a well full of water or any body of water come from?   People throw money into fountains everywhere and don’t even know why or how it started.  Researchers will tell you that water was scarce so people gave money to the gods in order for the gods to keep giving water to the people.  If this tradition is European then that’s not the reason.  You could kick a rock over anywhere and find water under it.  This tradition goes back to Egypt.  With the worship of Isis.  

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Incubus/Succubus

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According to mythology and legends the Incubus is a male demon who went into a women’s bedroom in the middle of the nightin order to engage in sexual activity.The Succubus is a female demon who went into a male’s bedroom to engage in sexual activity.Is this just the ancients ways of explaining erotic dreams or is there some history here?There is definitely history here and it is one the church has tried to cover up.They have been successful until now.

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Skull and Crossbones

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Everyone knows the skull and crossbones symbol.  It is a symbol for pirates in every movie.  Today it is a symbol of poison or high voltage and means stay away.  This symbol is ancient.  The ancient Mayans even had skull and cross bones in their architecture and hieroglyphs.  The skull and crossbones symbol is used for royalty, fraternities, sororities, secret societies and military, so what is the true meaning of this symbol?  

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Flaming Sword

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The flaming sword is a sword glowing with flame by some super natural power.  The sword in mythology has always been phallic.  Fire in mythology has always referred to intellect.  So is the flaming sword referring to masculine intellect?  Far from it.  The flaming sword was a play on words and theologians have not understood it at all.  They even place a cherubim holding the sword to keep Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden.  

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The Cube

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The cube is a symbol that no one knows the true meaning.  Until now that is.  Every patriarch religion has the cube in their beliefs and they all have no idea what this cube is symbolizing.  What I have found is simple yet profound.  This symbol is right in the face of Masons and they have no idea about its true meaning.  The speculation about this symbol is enough to make ones head explode.   Time to illuminate.  

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Native American Truth

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We are taught that the Native Americans were hunter gathers, savages who sacrificed children, that they were illiterate and  uncultured.  This is the furthest thing from the truth.  The Bering Strait theory that Natives walked across from Siberia to Alaska was thought up in 1964 and the theory came unglued in 1997.  Findings in southern Chile made archeologists publicly concede they were wrong.  Yet this theory is still taught and forced down our throats.  Archeologist Stuart Fiedel even stated. “Everything we knew is now supposed to be wrong.  We’re in a state of turmoil”.  The only reason why the Bering Strait and human origin stories are the way they are is because it keeps the lies of the Bible intact.  So much for science and religion being separate.  

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Killing the First Born Sons

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There is so much speculation as to why an all loving god would kill the first born of all the people in the land.  Unless you are familiar with my work, none of it makes sense.  Why the hell would a god kill the first born of the cattle out in the fields?  What kind of sick god kills people and cows for pleasure?  You are about to find out why he cared about cattle and why the first born sons were killed.  First born sons have been killed many times in history and the lord ordered it to happen every time.  

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