The speech of Zedeos

Posted in history, hyperuranicon the book, mistery, the symposium with tags , , , on March 20, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

 

You know what is going to happen; we haven’t got so much time; and for us it is impossible to save all the people of the Earth; we decided to save your People, our friend in this rocky planet; the Catastrophe will be bigger than you could imagine, only a little number of the men and the women of this planet will survive, only a few number, but every form of civilization, as you know, will disappear.  All your buildings, your houses, your arts, your streets, in one thousand year it won’t remain no memory, no sign of it. 

Nothing.   You know the wisdom of Lightbulb, as you call him, he has power to know the future, the tells us the future.

For years and years we lived close to you, helping you to develop your civilization, and you decided to condivide part of this knowledge with the other peoples of the Earth; it’s hard to say, but now we strongly suggest you to come with us to our Home, to leave your planet.

You know that we had the same fate, that we had to come here because of a Catastrophe who devastated our Home, but now a lot of time has passed and we can come back, and you can come with us, our Home could be conforteable for you too, there’s some islands out of the Sacred Mother Sea where you can live.  

Your kings asked us to no leave the other Peoples of the Earth alone; so we suggest you to choose twelve of you; that’s the reason for what we asked you to build together with us the big Pyramid: it will be a safe house for the twelve choosen ones; it’s a big building, made by rock, with a shape that could resist any cataclysm; inside the Pyramid the twelve choosen ones could live safe for three years.   Not less than three years is the time they shall stay inside the Pyramid.

After this period the twelve ones could come out and help the other people of the Earth on their path to rebuilding.  You must choose the most wisdom and honest of you, not too young, not too old, half part of women and half part of men, only volunteer because it’s a hard job that wait them.  We also know the risk of this solution, they could become the ruler of the world because of this upper knowledge, so think carefully about it before choosing them.

We know very well this risk, that’s why they shouldn’t carry with them any form of upper technology, only their knowledge.  Their technical knowledge, their knowledge of the past and, above all, their knowledge of the future, because we know that in thousand of years this Catastrophe will happen again, and we want that your species could front it.   To know the future is the path to survive.

This is the text of the speech of Zedeos, the Chief in charge of the Gods who lives in the outer space, as the Hyperuranicon describe them.  It’s one of the most impressive part of the Chronicles, the first part of the book.

That’s how the Symposium was born.  Twelve persons, choosen to accomplish the mission to transmit the knowledge after the Catastrophe.  

That’s very different from what the Symposium is now, but that’s the way it started. 

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The Octagonal Tower

Posted in history, hyperuranicon the book, mistery with tags , , , , , , , , on March 20, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

Which is the most ancient town in Western Europe?   The answer will surprise you.   The oldest town in Europe is Cadiz, Gadir for the phoenicians who founded the town in 1100 BC, 300 years before Chartago.

It appears really weird that a people living in the East of Mediterranean Sea decided to found a town who faces the Atlantic Sea.  Why did the Phoenician founded Cadiz, if Cadiz was really founded by them?

After the discover of America in 1492 Cadiz became a perfect port for commerce with the New World, because his position is perfect for this role.  It was a becoming or a coming back to this role? 

In roman times and before in Cadiz there was a temple, with the two famous pillars of Heracles. Now we say pillars of Heracles in a metaphorical way, but that time they were a real entity.  And we know that Platon said that Atlantis where outside the pillars of Heracles; surely the foundation of Cadiz has a strict connection with Atlantis myth.

But there’s another myth about Cadiz: the Octagonal tower, a mistery tower that you can’t view from the streets of the town, but only from the other towers.   And some legends says one copy of he Hyperuranicon was preserved in this tower.

The Hyperuranicon mentions Gadir as the capital of the Haunebu people, one of the People of the Sea that attacked Egypt during the XIX dinasty.  

The Haunebu, according to the Hyperuranicon, were marvellous sailors who learn thei advanced sailing techniques from the “Ancient Ones” and in particular from a king called Melqart; sign of this strict relation between Haunebu and the Ancient Ones, says the book, is

the Octagonal temple in the center of the town (Chronicles, XII, 16)

It is a coincidence?

It’s a coincidence that Melqart was the phoenician name for Heracles?

And it’s a coincidence that in the most misterious map in the Hyperuranicon one of the points of  connection is exactly in the position of modern and ancient Cadiz?

The Hyperuranicon

Posted in history, hyperuranicon the book, mistery with tags , , on March 19, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

 

The Hyperuranicon is one of the most important and most unknown book of the world.

There are 7 copies of the book; any copy is identified by a  name:

1) the Franciscana, now in Vatican Library, with no permission of consultation (they deny to have it, actually)

2) the  Schwartzer-Kleist version, now preserved in the Bodleian Library, in Oxford (UK), in the section called Schola Methaphysicae, under the title “Astronomicon”

3) the Gaditana, in Cadiz (Spain), for a long time was preserved in the misterious Octagonal Tower, now it’s in a private collection

4) the Red one or Epiciclica, which was preserved in Sarajevo until the Bosnia war; it is believed it was stolen by someone

5) the Orientalis, nobody knows anything about it after 1470 d.C.

6) the Hidden one, the first who disappeared, at the end of the Roman Empire

7) the Lemenev version, personal property of russian royal dinasty Romanov, disappeared after 1917; somebody says it was stolen by Rasputin, somebody says it was destroyed by the revolutionary Army, somebody says was stolen by Stalin in person, somebody says was saved by russian official Mikhail Strogoff, and keep safe in an unknown place in West

I don’t know which one of the last four is the version I was lucky to read, it could be any of them and I have no tool to verify it.

In Medium Age an italian  philosoph, Marsilio Ficino, translated the book in latin; the latin version was called Corpus Hyperuranicus, but the Catholic Church in 1501 ordered to destroy all the copies of the books.  It is believed that only one copy survived, and that is preserved in Rome, in Vatican Library, together with the greek version.

The book begins with a declaration from the person who presents himself as Anasterios from Alexandria in Egypt and who says he was only the translator of a more ancient book, from a mesopotamian mythical author called Meldeq.  The original book was probably written in Accadic, and Hyperuranicon is  the greek translation of the original title.

The book is divided in three main parts: the Chronicles, the Book of the Ancient Ones and the Maps (that are not limited to maps, actually).

Secret codes for the Conquest of the World

Posted in conspiracy, new world order with tags , , , , , , on March 18, 2010 by Dr. Oltrantza

An ingenuous man could believe that this video came off from imagination of the director.

Yes.

Maybe.

Or maybe is a secret message, and all the Signs in the video have a special, specific meaning.

The three priestess, the two aliens, the three childs, the female warrior, the mirror, and, above all, the lightbulb man.

The Hyperuranicon describes a divine creature called the lightbulb man, a word than in Maya cultura had no meaning, but the Hyperuranicon already spoke about him.

The Symposium hopes you don’t believe it.  Don’t make them happy, think with your own brain!

Beware! Beware of the big green dragon that sits on your doorstep!