AC-Delcroix, Napoleon, Notsofreemason, SMJ, Uninstall

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Notsofreemason breaks down the Pulse Nightclub hoax. 

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  1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

    Good to hear from some ‘Yanks’, please excuse the term.

    Sean got me thinking when he mentioned Ernest Rutherford , the ‘father of Nuclear Physics’ and his family crest including Hermes Trismegistus .
    Apparently –
    ”Both Hermes and Thoth were gods of writing and of magic in their respective cultures. Hermes, the Greek god of interpretive communication, was combined with Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom, to become the patron of astrology and alchemy” – Hermes Trismegistus .

    Alchemy is said to be ‘the medieval forerunner of chemistry, concerned with the transmutation of matter, in particular with attempts to convert base metals into gold’.

    So back to the father of nuclear physics,
    ”In early work, Rutherford discovered the concept of radioactive half-life, proved that radioactivity involved the nuclear transmutation of one chemical element to another, and also differentiated and named alpha and beta radiation”

    Considering this apparent proof of transmutation perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised that Rutherford has Hermes Trismegistus on his family crest.

    When we also see that his most famous piece of work was the Gold Foil Experiment it’s as if it’s a nod to the alchemists again !

    en.wikipedia.org…

    With Hermes Trismegistus having an enduring place in Western Esoteric tradition, surely we can only be suspicious when we see Hermes Thrice Great on the crest of a great scientist ?

    A new God of Science nodding to an old God of Magic.

    Rutherfords got a wizard on his crest. It does make you think, doesn’t it ?

      1. willardwillard

        @smj, yes it does make you think. Speaking of cogitating, I was struck by your remarks that slavery did not exist, slave ships did not exist. So i googled “slave ships in museums”.

        I attached a picture of what came up first.

        I glanced at the ship and the man beside it. I thought the ship too small. Upon reading the page I learned it was built to 1/2 scale. So I imagined doubling its size. It is suppose to be 60 feet long. I thought it was still kind of small until I read it held 200 Africans! What!!

        Impossible.

        There is no way a ship that size could carry a crew, 200 Africans and provisions. No way.

        But then what do I know because as read this first paragraph you learn something interesting.

        “The Henrietta Marie was not a special ship when it was built. It did not go on any world-famous voyages or discover any new lands. It was a common merchant ship just like lots of other merchant ships from the 1600s but it is special to us now because it is the only ship of its kind, a slave trading vessel, that historians have been able to find and identify in American waters. It is also special because the Henrietta Marie is our only link to slave trading ships, the people who sailed them, the cargo they carried, and the horrible conditions Africans were forced to endure in slave ships while crossing the Atlantic Ocean.

        www.wvculture.org…

        “…our only link...” How convenient.

        So smj, would you please expond on why you do not believe there were slaves/ slave ships? I would pursue the matter myself but I rather not. Any more discoveries like the one above would endanger my already tenuous hold on reality.

        Thank you.

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