I’ve been scouring the internet for the image of an artifact, off and on, for more than just a few days now, attempting to locate the following item: (Dendera, eight-petalled rosette, bulls head.) But, I cannot, for the life of me, find any kind of representative example for this.
To place this artifact into a bit of context, I provide the following paragraph, an excerpt from John Lash’s, Not in His Image:
The Temple of Dendera displays high on its external façade a large eight-petalled rosette next to the head of a bull. This graphic code informs those able to read it that the Mystery cell operating from that temple dated its inception to the age of the Bull which began in 4480 BCE.” page-216.
The subtext of the story, suggests the symbol of an eight-petalled rosette is indicative of a Gnostic-Pagan mystery cell; the building’s inception possibly inspired by the onset of the age of Taurus, begs the question: what other nuanced Taurian artifacts might exist that could enhance our known Gnostic vision, with this, apparent, earlier reflection; artifacts that, up until now, have been incorrectly perceived?
The Dendera rosette raises another question: Observed as a symbol of esoteric conveyance, what distinguishing message did the icon of a single, eight-petalled rosette convey, versus one having an inner and outer circle of: eight plus eight: sixteen petals total? Other than indicating the known, periodic alternation between female/male occupants; cyclically, exchanging opposing positions, along with associated, delegated duties, expressed in the sixteen petalled rosette; or was a Mystery cell displaying only an eight-petalled rosette, a satellite of of something larger, or perhaps subordinate to a cell which carried the sixteen-petalled rosette?
Although no such image for the Dendera example is to be found, but, while rummaging through our collective archives for the image in question, I stumbled upon another, very intriguing, story involving a completely different archaeological site, but one which blatantly echos the same single, eight-petalled rosette, with a pair of bulls on either side. This though, from a recently discovered Greek tomb instead, located in Amphipolis, Northern Greece. Although ‘extremely’ interesting, it’s not Dendera.
The similarity between Lash’s description of the Dendera rosette, claimed by Lash to be, prominently displayed on the Dendera temple, resonates starkly enough with the Amphipolis rosette that it begs one to look and listen.
If anyone knowledgeable of this, has and is willing to share a Dendera image of this rosette, we would all love to see it.
Excavations near the site of Amphipolis, began in the 1960′s by archaeologist Dimitris Lazaridis. In 1972 and 1985, the Greek Archaeological Society uncovered a necropolis, the rampart of the old town, the basilicas, and the acropolis. But the Amphipolis tomb has been generating much frenzy in the last few years.
A Most Interesting Grecian Excavation Begins Gathering the Usual Suspects.
The ancient burial site, located in the quaint town of Amphipolis, overlooking the Mediterranean of Northern Greece, has triggered a pilgrimage of ‘expert’ patriarchs to descend upon the opulent memorial. instinct tells me, a rush to secure the newly found icon for one of their own, in the process, hushing any acute questions.
We need not be reminded of how such stories leaked to the clamoring crowd, are finely sifted by the very same establishment control freaks that dribbled out the lies which emanated from Vatican, handpicked drones, selected in confidence, to immediately decipher any newly emerging Dead Sea Scroll material, from Qumran caves, as soon as they began appearing in 1947.
The Vatican’s guiding dictates to its worker bees then, was that all findings were to be interpreted in such a manner so as not to step on the toes of existing church dogma. This was heard loud and clear, with the exception of John Allegro’s breaking ranks and publishing inconvenient findings outside the purview of the blessed gatekeepers: The Sacred Mushroom and The Cross — John Allegro
Not only does the above illustration of a Vatican exercising its power of monopoly over historical facts, give pause for concern, but the cloud of intrigue wafting up from around the Amphipolis dig, reflects another crucial example of how entrenched mobility gathers against any possible breaches in the wall. In many respects, the following case resembles the familiar two-step shuffle: a dance cadence Egyptologists have been known to exhibit when confronted with similar such ‘aching’ anomalies; who begin playing musical chairs with our, sacredly wrapped, ancestors and timelines; trying desperately to force ‘out of place’, newly found pieces to fit within a finely manicured paradigm.
In the case of Amphipolis, either it’s the tomb of Alexander the Great, or his son Alexander IV, both of which have, unfortunately, already been buried elsewhere. If not either one of the two males, perhaps the mother may fit the bill. What a circus!
I’ve never seen so much bickering, over pin the name on a mummy, until Egypt’s antiquities guardian and ‘movie star’, Zahi Hawass, recently allowed DNA samples to be taken from the ‘abused’ corpse of Tutankhamen; who’s matrimony and patrimony is a ‘guarded’, religious hot potato. Needless to say, ‘movie star’ Hawass micro-managed the DNA processing from start to finish, leaving any resolution as inconclusive, because questions of improper handling remain unanswered. Nothing like a little misdirection and stalling for time, allowing a new wave of public forgetfulness to wash over any questioning eyelids, while the paradigm gatekeepers churn out an acceptable prop that will maintain the existing illusion.
The Amphipolis tomb’s perimeter wall and marble lion have been dated back to Roman times, the end of the 4th century BCE. This puts a bit of a chronological wedge between the Amphipolis burial event, and the first major assault from Christian ideologues arriving in the 3rd Century CE, when the Mysteries first came under fire.
These days, one is never 100% certain about anything. For even the chronology of the past rests in the masterful hands of the victor, with power to paint onto the public mind, whatever image necessary to maintain its usurped sovereignty.
Let us forfeit our reliance on such State blessed ‘experts’, who inject muddled, preconceived notions; as witnessed above, designed to maintain a sleepy ignorance. Cognizant elements within the public should apprise itself of the duty, to intuitively infer from the symbolism being uncovered, unlocking the solemn nature of the burial and for whom the tomb was intended, without the appointed, guided tour. Why pander to a steering committee, whose driver is drunk and baptized in the same font as all of his fellow parishioners; the majority of whom are happily popping State sanctioned pharmaceuticals on a daily basis?
Ponder the toxic atmosphere a pre-Christian burial, such as Amphipolis, must have experienced in the march of time, from the entombment forward; the rising temperature in the radical Jewish sect of Zadakites; later exacerbated by the actions of Saint Paul, who then presents the virus to Constantine. No icon commemorating a ‘prior’ sacred knowledge would have escaped unscathed from this pernicious gnashing of teeth; much less, a magnificent burial, such as Amphipolis is proving to be.
Decades of Desert Heat and the Fleeing Atenists (Sun Worshipers.)
As a progeny of Akhenaton’s fleeing Atenists, the radical group of Qumran zealots, also known as the Zaddikites, would have already been imbued with the history of Akhenaton’s psychological baggage: the slaying of the son, morphing into a guilty flight from Egypt. The centuries of a vagabondish struggle in the desert, subconsciously seeking that savior which might redeem the lot from that which they had sown and fled. Then, Constantine appears, assumes the mantle for the political apparatus of Rome and inadvertently dumps Moses’ insanely twisted baggage; in the form of Paulianity, onto the entire world. Binding the sea of flesh in millennia of psychological shackles, deeper than any ocean.
Christian Convert, Peter the Reader, Incites a Christian Mob to Slay Hypatia
Let’s remember how things began to play out on that March day in 415 CE, when a Gnostic, Pagan noblewoman, Hypatia, emerged from the lecture hall attached to the great library of Alexandria. As she called for her chariot, intending to drive herself home, a mob of Christian converts, accusing her to be a vile heretic, accosted her, pulled her to the ground and brutally snuffed the life from her body. Not satisfied by this, the leader of the pack, Peter the Reader, incited the others to pick up oyster shells which they used to scrape the flesh from her bones, then took the scraped bones to a place called Cindron and burned them to ashes.
Given the irrational nature for the psychopathy at its foundation, the patriarchs couldn’t stomach the idea of a Goddess at the helm. Evidenced in the church fathers rabid pursuit, with nothing less than total eradication its goal, all knowledge for the prior existence of an Earthen based matriarchy, including a cultural reverence for Gaia, was destined to a scorched earth policy. With the fulminating atmosphere of the day, ensconced in the grips of such dark turbidity, how great are then the possibilities that an important female Telesti was interred in Amphipolis, papered over with favorable legends to the victor.
There is physical evidence the Amphipolis tomb chambers were intentionally filled with sand. The ‘expected’ counterarguments to this fact abound also.
The adornments within the Amphipolis tomb suggest an enclosure which may certainly have housed the mortal remains of a highly respected female, of which the caryatid columns and female sphinxes imply. Is it possible the presence of a single eight-petaled rosette was meant to imply such a significant adornment, marked the entombment of a royal representative of an ancient, Gnostic Mystery Cell?
The antecedent burial was not so distant in time from the epicenter of that which was to become unchained a couple of hundred years later. I would surmise, that even to the eyes of those ego bloated Christian thugs, from the time of Hypatia, forward, such an already established burial chamber would have distressed the emerging psychopathy to no end. Perceiving the crypt to be a horrendous insult upon ‘god’s’ landscape, a blight in need of termination; as too was the ancient knowledge of Earth’s history turned to ashes, when Egypt’s Alexandrian Library was immolated on the same pyre of radical fanaticism, so too seems an attempt to scuttle the Amphipolis chambers may have occurred during some point of pent up Christian fanaticism.
What’s striking about the tomb, Lash mentions this in one of his interviews, is that the Goddess Sophia, when referenced by animal form, takes on the shape of a lion. At the very top of the Amphipolis tomb, majestically, once stood a massive marble statue of such a lion.
Other Gnostic Symbols and Themes, Highlighting the Amphipolis Tomb:
- The tomb is situated in the Amphipolis region of Serres in Greece
- Huge burial site is said to date back between 325 and 300 BC
- Two sculpted female figures, Caryatids, have been found plus headless, female sphinxes, guarding one of the tomb’s entrances
- Large mosaic covering the entire floor, depicts Persephone being abducted by Pluto
- Hermes can be seen leading the chariot in the mosaic scene
Meanwhile, the gathering circus, portrayed in the media, is the typical, male cats, running towards the proverbial cat-box to cover up the exposed, heretical, stink.