THE ORIGIN OF THE LABYRINTH.

18/08/2019 10:29

What is the connection between the Lily and the Labyrinth?

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To find out the origin of this ancient myth is only possible with Sanskrit language. Without Sanskrit this mythology would remain a secret or a guessing game. The meaning of the Labyrinth is a representation of X Lavarna, (labyrinth) which means sacrifice. In Sanskrit Sacrifice can have positive and negative meaning.
 
The X derived from Sanskrit hieroglyphic writing, and the  X = T (tau), means lavarNa, i.e. labyrinth. The original meaning of the X is a representation of the Sun, it is an ancient symbol of Yah-Sus (The Voice of the Creator, i.e. the Universe), which word become Jesus and commonly appears in connection with the X, which become the Cross. 
 

Why the X representing sacrifice? Is it because Jesus was crucified? 

 
No. Jesus didn’t exist as a man, but it is the Sun. However, since we come from the sun we all have Jesus or Sun particles, hence Jesus is contained wtihin all living things.
 
 
 
 
 
The original meaning of the Lilly Card
The  Sanskrit word Lavarna, adopted as the Lydian labrys and wrongly translated as ”double axe”. However, its origin comes from a bee, i.e. pollination, portrayed with a butterfly, explaining when the Sun dies new life emerges, relating to the pollination of the solar system. It was this misunderstanding which has given the negative meaning to the word labyrinths and in Minoan and Greek it is transformed into the “Home of the Double Axe” whilst its original meaning is: ”The Sun is our birthplace”.
Sanskrit hieroglyphic writing, explaining creation and the pollination of our solar system.
Thus the Labyrinth of Knossos, the temple, was essentially related to the labyris (butterfly Goddess, the Sun). 
You can find this story in Lenormand Card of Lily, but on the card the second layer is showing the King of Spades, and he is the personification of Death (X) who has a dual nature. He can either absorb his entire life in concentrated aspiration (Creation) or can go the entirely opposite way and become incapable of decision (When the Sun implode instead of exploding, it becomes a lifeless white dwarf). Hence the Lily can represent new life, or it can be short for a serpent and death.
 
To understand all this more clearly, it is important to clarify with Sanskrit language what Phoenix means, from which the name of the Phoenicians come about. How do we know the Phoenicians spoke Sanskrit? It is left on the Rosetta stone by Cleopatra of Egypt, who was Macedonian-Greek, and only they had access to Sanskrit language due to that the Phoenicians were mainly settled in ancient Greece and surrounding islands, such as Crete.
 
 
ON THE ROSETTA STONE YOU ARE ABLE TO MAKE OUT SOME WORDS, SUCH AS DOSKA TAT, WHICH IS SANSKRIT AND IT MEANS ‘ONE WITH STRONG ARMS’. THE OTHER WORD PARTLY VISIBLE IS EKA ATE, WHICH AGAIN SANSKRIT AND IT MEANS SELFISHNESS, SOMEONE WHO IS RULED BY HIS OWN EGO.
 
ON THE ROSETTA STONE YOU ARE ABLE TO MAKE OUT SOME WORDS, SUCH AS DOSKA TAT, WHICH IS SANSKRIT AND IT MEANS ‘ONE WITH STRONG ARMS’. THE OTHER WORD PARTLY VISIBLE IS EKA ATE, WHICH AGAIN SANSKRIT AND IT MEANS SELFISHNESS, SOMEONE WHO IS RULED BY HIS OWN EGO.
Why the language is so important? Because each letter of Sanskrit carries colour, height, width, depth, breadth, number, weight, chemistry and geometrics. Now, that we’ve cleared the complexity of the language, we can explain the meaning of Phoenix. But still, we have to look at it in relation to the Greek language, since Greek is the language of Prometheus, who stole the ‘fire of the Sun’ Agni. The Greek language and writing system was taken from the Phoenicians. The Phoenix in Greek is written φhονιξ . To understand these letters, we have to look at them individually, because Phoenician Sanskrit language used hieroglyphics.
 
φ = GRAVITY
H = HIGH NUMBER
ο = 70, micron
ν = 50, The frequency[2] of a wave in physics and other fields; sometimes also spatial frequency; wavenumber. It also represents a neutrino denoted by the Phoenician letter ν is a fermion (an elementary particle with half-integer spin) that interacts only via the weak subatomic force and gravity.
 

THE PHOENIX AND THE X EXPLAINS OUR ORIGIN FROM THE SUN.

How did Jesus become a man from the Sun?

The Sun is now in dynamic equilibrium – there is gravity on one hand and the fusion process that “fuels” the Sun on the other hand. Gravitation condenses the matter but as atoms (especially hydrogen) are squished together, they fuse into heavier atoms (helium) releasing a lot of energy in the process. This release of energy balances the gravitation. But this will go on only as long as there is enough “fuel”. Eventually, all the hydrogen would have been transformed into helium (in about 5 billion years) and the helium will be transformed into carbon, which causes the death of the Sun and the release of carbon dispersed which became us, into the universe, and from death the birth of new life, which looks like a sideway 8, the so called ‘eternity sign’.
 
 
ξ= X=sacrifice, and sAma and Pilu-AlAna (which word become Phylacteries i.e. protection, magic spells). Pilu-AlAna or as known today Phylacteries means fusion, protocol, time, having a common axis, (like the symbol on the Charmed Book of Shadows) three-dimensional linear forms. It also speaks of magnetic and electric fields.
 
 
The X derived from Sanskrit hieroglyphic writing, and the  X = T (tau), means lavarNa, i.e. labyrinth. The original meaning of the X is a representation of the Sun, it is an ancient symbol of Yah-Sus (The Voice of the Creator, i.e. the Universe), which word become Jesus and commonly appears in connection with the X, which become the Cross. Why the X representing sacrifice? Is it because Jesus was crucified? No. Jesus didn’t exist as a man, but it is the Sun.To find out the origin of this ancient myth is only possible with Sanskrit language. Without Sanskrit this mythology would remain a secret or a guessing game. The meaning of the Minotaur becomes very different with the translation.
 
The word MinoTaur derived from the Sanskrit word ‘manA’ i.e. envy, jealousy and the word Taur from Sanskrit ‘tarus’ means battle, to become superior over others, we can call it narcissism or racism.
 
On the other hand the Labyrinth is a representation of X Lavarna, (labyrinth) which means sacrifice. In Sanskrit Sacrifice can have positive and negative meaning.
 
The X derived from Sanskrit hieroglyphic writing, and the  X = T (tau), means lavarNa, i.e. labyrinth. The original meaning of the X is a representation of the Sun, it is an ancient symbol of Yah-Sus (The Voice of the Creator, i.e. the Universe), which word become Jesus and commonly appears in connection with the X, which become the Cross. Why the X representing sacrifice? Is it because Jesus was crucified? No. Jesus didn’t exist as a man, but it is the Sun.To find out the origin of this ancient myth is only possible with Sanskrit language. Without Sanskrit this mythology would remain a secret or a guessing game. The meaning of the Minotaur becomes very different with the translation.
 
The word MinoTaur derived from the Sanskrit word ‘manA’ i.e. envy, jealousy and the word Taur from Sanskrit ‘tarus’ means battle, to become superior over others, we can call it narcissism or racism.
 
On the other hand the Labyrinth is a representation of X Lavarna, (labyrinth) which means sacrifice. In Sanskrit Sacrifice can have positive and negative meaning.
 
The X derived from Sanskrit hieroglyphic writing, and the  X = T (tau), means lavarNa, i.e. labyrinth. The original meaning of the X is a representation of the Sun, it is an ancient symbol of Yah-Sus (The Voice of the Creator, i.e. the Universe), which word become Jesus and commonly appears in connection with the X, which become the Cross. Why the X representing sacrifice? Is it because Jesus was crucified? No. Jesus didn’t exist as a man, but it is the Sun.THE ORIGIN OF THE MINOTAUR AND THE LABYRINTH.
To find out the origin of this ancient myth is only possible with Sanskrit language. Without Sanskrit this mythology would remain a secret or a guessing game. The meaning of the Minotaur becomes very different with the translation.
 
The word MinoTaur derived from the Sanskrit word ‘manA’ i.e. envy, jealousy and the word Taur from Sanskrit ‘tarus’ means battle, to become superior over others, we can call it narcissism or racism.