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'Aliens could attack at any time' warns former MoD chief

Last updated at 21:25pm on 9th November 2006

So when a former MoD chief warns that the country could be attacked by extraterrestrials at any time, you may be forgiven for feeling a little alarmed.

During his time as head of the Ministry of Defence UFO project, Nick Pope was persuaded into believing that other lifeforms may visit Earth and, more specifically, Britain.

His concern is that "highly credible" sightings are simply dismissed.

And he complains that the project he once ran is now "virtually closed" down, leaving the country "wide open" to aliens.

Mr Pope decided to speak out about his worries after resigning from his post at the Directorate of Defence Security at the MoD this week.

"The consequences of getting this one wrong could be huge," he said.

"If you reported a UFO sighting now, I am absolutely sure that you would just get back a standard letter telling you not to worry. ''Frankly we are wide open - if something does not behave like a conventional aircraft now, it will be ignored.

"The X-Files have been closed down." If these words had come from a sci-fi fanatic, they could be easily dismissed by cynics.

But Mr Pope's CV - he was head of the UFO project between 1991 and 1994 - cannot be ignored.

When he began his job, he too was sceptical about UFOs but access to classified files on the subject and investigation of a series of spectacular UFO sightings gradually changed his mind.

And while Mr Pope says that there is no evidence of hostile intent, he insists it cannot be ruled out.

"There has got to be the potential for that and one is left with the uneasy feeling that if it turned out to be so, there is very little we could do about it," he said.

"If you believe these things are extra terrestrial craft then you cannot rule out that what is happening is some kind of covert reconnaissance."

One incident which persuaded him of the existence of alien lifeforms was in 1993. There were reports of a "vast, triangular-shaped craft" spotted flying over RAF bases in the West Midlands.

"Most of the witnesses were police and military personnel," he said.

"Hundreds of members of the public also had sightings over a period of several hours."

In another incident in 1980 at RAF bases in Suffolk, staff investigated a suspected plane crash after bright lights were reported coming from nearby woods.

They found a kind of lunar landing module standing on three legs which then flew off. The indents it left in the ground were found to emit ten times the normal levels of radiation. Mr Pope said: "These sort of incidents are why I got so frustrated.

"In my time I would brief the more interesting sightings up the chain of command to people like the Chief of the Air Staff and would get the answer back that it was very interesting and I had clearly done a good job investigating it and that was it.

"Every one is a piece of a puzzle but no one takes it seriously. There needs to be more resources and people who are prepared to look past the philosophical issues, look at the reports and investigate them properly.

"Whether you believe these things are foreign air forces testing prototype aircraft or whether you believe they are something more exotic, with the speeds and movements they are capable of, it's technology we would very much like to get hold of."

A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence insisted that all UFO sightings were investigated for "evidence to suggest that UK airspace has been compromised by hostile or unauthorised air activity."

She said: "Unless there is such evidence, the MoD doesn't attempt to positively identify what was seen."

Mr Pope is continuing his UFO research in a private capacity since leaving the MoD and is recognised as a leading authority on UFOs and the unexpected.

He has written four science fiction books drawing on his experience at the MoD, and lectures around the world on the subject.

He has appeared on BBC Newsnight and Radio 4's Today programme and has acted as consultant on numerous television documentaries.



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Re: Knights Templar's Quote

Oh by the way

forgot to add

The Skull and Crossbones

With the crack in the skull

is Hiram.


Quoting: Zadok 25050
The scribe Nebseni implores: “And there in the celestial mansions of heaven which my divine father Tem hath established, let my hands lay hold upon the wheat and the barley which shall be given unto me therein in abundant measure” (Ibid. LXXII). Nu corroborates that this is the eucharist by saying: “I am established, and the divine Sekhet-hetep is before me, I have eaten therein, I have become a spirit therein, I have abundance therein.” (Ibid. LXXVII) Again Nu states: “I am the divine soul of Ra…which is god…I am the divine food which is not corrupted” (Ibid. LXXXV). The ancientness of the concept is again reaffirmed in the Pyramid Text of Teta (2600 BC) where the Osiris Teta “receivest thy bread which decayeth not, and thy beer which perisheth not” In the Text of Pepi I we read: “All the gods give thee their flesh and their blood…. Thou shalt not die.” In the Text of Pepi II the aspirant prays for “thy bread of eternity, and thy beer of everlastingness” (Line 390).

Hi-ram A-bi-ff
Hiram Abiff is an allegorical figure mentioned in Masonic ritual, referred to in Duncan's Masonic Monitor as "the Widow's Son",[1] who is figuratively the master of the construction of King Solomon's Temple.

Hiram in Freemasonry
Albert Mackey states that Hiram is a name given to the gavel of the Worshipful Master in Freemasonry.[2] Abiff shows up in embellished versions of the Freemasonic ritual. It is clear from ritual that Hiram Abiff is the craftsman and not the king, but this may be an allegorical tool. An example of current ritual is the 1991 English Emulation Ritual.[3] Masons and Revisionist historians, Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas, argue (very speculatively) in their book The Hiram Key that Hiram Abiff was the Theban pharaoh Tao II the Brave.

[edit] The lost word

According to the author David Allen Hulse, in Masonic lore,

the lost word is in the rituals of the third degree
concerning the assassination of Hiram,
King Solomon's chief architect, and after the murder his body is found and is raised from the grave by uttering this lost word.[4] Hulse also states that a substitute word is now used, and serves as a password until the true lost word is recovered.[4]
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Osiris (Greek language, also Usiris; the Egyptian language name is variously transliterated Asar, Aser, Ausar, Wesir, or Ausare) is the Egyptian god of life, death and fertility. At the height of the ancient Nile civilization, Osiris was regarded as the primary deity of a henotheism

Origin of name
The name was first recorded in Egyptian hieroglyphs only as ws-ir or os-ir because the Egyptian writing system omitted vowels. It is reconstructed to have been pronounced Us-iri (oos-ee-ree) meaning 'Throne of the Eye' and survives into the Coptic language as Ousire.
Mystery religionRam god
Banebdjed (b3-nb-ḏd)
in hieroglyphs

Since Osiris was considered dead, as God of the Dead, Osiris' soul, or rather his Ba, was occasionally worshipped in its own right, almost as if it were a distinct god, especially so in the Delta city of Mendes. This aspect of Osiris was referred to as Banebdjed (also spelt Banebded or Banebdjedet, which is technically feminine) which literally means The ba of the lord of the djed, which roughly means The soul of the lord of the pillar of stability. The djed, a type of pillar, was usually understood as the backbone of Osiris, since the Egyptians had associated death, and the dead, as symbolic of stability. As Banebdjed, Osiris was given epithets such as Lord of the Sky and Life of the (sun god) Ra, since Ra, when he had become identified with Atum, was considered Osiris' ancestor, from whom his regal authority was inherited.

Ba does not, however, quite mean soul in the western sense, and also has a lot to do with power, reputation, force of character, especially in the case of a god. Since the ba was associated with power, and also happened to be a word for ram in Egyptian, Banebdjed was depicted as a ram, or as Ram-headed. A living, sacred ram, was even kept at Mendes and worshipped as the incarnation of the god, and upon death, the rams were mummified and buried in a ram-specific necropolis.

In Mendes, they had considered Hatmehit, a local fish-goddess, as the most important god/goddess, and so when the cult of Osiris became more significant, Banebdjed was identified in Mendes as deriving his authority from being married to Hatmehit. Later, when Horus became identified as the child of Osiris (in this form Horus is known as Harpocrates in greek and Har-pa-khered in Egyptian), Banebdjed was consequently said to be Horus' father, as Banebdjed is an aspect of Osiris.

In occult writings, Banebdjed is often called the goat of Mendes, and identified with Baphomet; the fact that Banebdjed was a ram (sheep), not a goat, is apparently overlooked.

[edit] The Cult of Osiris
The cult of Osiris had a particularly strong interest towards the concept of immortality. According to the myth surrounding the cult, Set (Osiris's evil brother) fooled Osiris into getting into a coffin, which he then shut and threw into the Nile. Osiris's wife searched for his remains until she finally found them and brought them back to Egypt. Once Osiris's evil brother found out, he cut the body into pieces, and again threw them into the Nile. The faithful companion of Osiris, Isis, gathered up all the parts of the body and bandaged them together for a proper burial. The Gods were impressed by the devotion of Isis and thus restored Osiris to life in the form of a different kind of existence as the god of the underworld. Because of his death and resurrection, Osiris is associated with the flooding and retreating of the Nile and thus with the crops along the Nile valley.

The passion and resurrection
Plutarch and others have noted that the sacrifices to Osiris were “gloomy, solemn, and mournful…” (Isis and Osiris, 69) and that the great mystery festival, celebrated in two phases, began at Abydos on the 17th of Athyr (Nov. 13th) commemorating the death of the god, which is also the same day that grain was planted in the ground. “The death of the grain and the death of the god were one and the same: the cereal was identified with the god who came from heaven; he was the bread by which man lives. The resurrection of the god symbolized the rebirth of the grain.” (Larson 17) The first phase of the festival was a public drama depicting the murder and dismemberment of Osiris, the search for his body by Isis, his triumphal return as the resurrected god, and the battle in which Horus defeated Set.....

Wheat and clay rituals
Differing from the public portion above, an esoteric phase consisted of ceremonials performed inside the temples by priests witnessed only by initiates. Plutarch mentions that two days after the beginning of the festival “the priests bring forth sacred chest containing a small golden coffer, into which they pour some potable water…and a great shout arises from the company for joy that Osiris is found (or resurrected). Then they knead some fertile soil with the water…and fashion therefrom a crescent-shaped figure, which they cloth and adorn, this indicating that they regard these gods as the substance of Earth and Water.” (Isis and Osiris, 39). Yet even he was obscure, for he also wrote, “I pass over the cutting of the wood” opting to not describe it since he considered it most sacred (Ibid. 21).



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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tao or Dao (..., Pinyin: Dào, pronounced "tau" or "dau") is the Chinese character that was a pivotal term in ancient Chinese philosophy and religion. Its most generic translation is 'way' and used concretely is typically translated 'road' or 'path' etc. Examples would be 'the Confucian way' or 'my father's way'.

The CEDICT allows a wide range of translations for 道, including:

direction, way, method, road, path, principle, truth, reason, skill, method, Tao (of Taoism), a measure word, to say, to speak, and to talk.
Tao is central to Taoism which takes characterizing its nature as its defining project, but most other schools, particularly the moralist Confucians and Mohists also use it. In their writings, it refers to their own preferred moral scheme or way of acting and we typically translate those using a definite description (perhaps capitalized): "The Way."

Tao I the Elder
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Senakhtenre Tao I the Elder was a Pharaoh of Egypt of the Seventeenth dynasty of Egypt based in Upper Egypt during the Second Intermediate Period. He was born c.1605 BC and died c.1560 or 1558 BC at the latest. He may or may not have been the son of Intef VII, successor of Nebkheperre Intef Sekhemrewepmaat. Kim Ryholt observes that "since Senaktenre was remembered as one of the Lords of the West alongside Seqenenre and Kamose, he is generally believed to have been a member of the family of Ahmose and as such identified with the otherwise unidentified spouse" of Queen Tetisheri, Ahmose's grandmother. (Ryholt: pp.278-79) He had a son--his successor Tao II the Brave. Unlike his two successors Tao II the Brave and Kamose, he is a relatively obscure king who is not attested "by [any] contemporary sources (by his prenomen) but exclusively by sources dating from the New Kingdom: the Karnak Canon [of Tuthmose III] and two Theban tombs." (Ryholt: p.278) Donald Redford's book, Pharaonic King-Lists, mentions these 2 Theban tombs. (Redford: 43, 48 [12]) This evidence suggest that his reign was very short and may have lasted only several months or 1 year at the most.

Thebes, Egypt
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For the Greek city of Boeotia, see Thebes, Greece.
Thebes (Θῆβαι, Thēbai) is the Greek designation of the ancient Egyptian niwt "(The) City" and niwt-rst "(The) Southern City".
It is located about 800 km south of the Mediterranean, on the east bank of the river Nile (25.7° N 32.645° E). Thebes was the capital of Waset, the fourth Upper Egyptian nome (the term "Waset" was used for the name of the city as well). The city was the capital of Egypt during part of the Eleventh Dynasty (Middle Kingdom), and most of the Eighteenth Dynasty (New Kingdom), though the administration probably remained located at Memphis for much of this. With the Nineteenth Dynasty the seat of government moved to the Delta. The archaeological remains of Thebes offer a striking testimony to Egyptian civilization at its height. [link to]

niwt ------nit-----niti----nitya----permanent

"(The) City"
"(The) Southern City"
.....................................on the east bank of the river Nile(Blue)
Waset --- Va-Set---Va-Sita

Theba -----> Theva ----->DEVA

Deva (Buddhism), a supernatural being in traditional Buddhist cosmology.
A diva can refer to a female singer.
Deva (... in Devanagari script, pronounced as "dévə") is the Sanskrit word for "god, deity". It can be variously interpreted as a spirit, demi-god, celestial being, angel, deity or any supernatural being of high excellence. In Hindu text and tradition, the devas are opposed to the demonic asuras.

The daevas or divs, demonic monsters in Zoroastrianism .
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"(The) City" niwt ------nit-----niti

Niti: Spiritual - Theosophy Dictionary on Niti

Niti (Sanskrit) [from the verbal root ni to lead, guide]

Right, wise, or moral conduct; the doctrine of ethics and of proper conduct in life.

(See also: Niti , Mysticism, Mysticism Dictionary)

Niti (Sanskrit). Lit., Prudence, ethics.

Niti: Hindu - Hinduism Dictionary on Arthaveda

Arthaveda: (Sanskrit) "Science of statecraft." A class of ancient texts, also called Nitishastras, on politics, statecraft and much more, forming the Upaveda of the Rig Veda. The most important text of this group is Kautiliya's Arthashastra (ca 300 bce) which gives detailed instructions on all areas of government. It embodies the kshatriya perspective of rulership and society. See: Upaveda.

(See also: Arthaveda , Hinduism, Body Mind and Soul)
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Tao II the Brave
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sekenenra Tao II, (also Seqenenra Taa), called "The Brave", was one of the last the local kinglets of the Theban region of Egypt in the

Preceded by:
Tao I the Elder Pharaoh of Egypt
17th Dynasty Succeeded by:

Sekenenra Tao II
Seqenenre Taa
Reign c. 1560 BC or 1558 BC BC, likely only a few years


Who Strikes like Re


Horus name

He appears in Thebes
Issues Kamose, Ahmose, Ahmose-Nefertari
Father Tao I the Elder
Mother Tetisheri
Burial Mummy found in Deir el-Bahri cache
Monuments Palace and fortifications at Deir el-Ballas

Tetis (nereida)
El Mito de Tetis [link to]
Tetis, Luna de Saturno [link to]

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Tetisheri was the matriarch of the Egyptian royal family of the late 17th Dynasty and early 18th Dynasty. She was the wife of Tao I Seqenenre, the mother of Tao II Seqenenre, and the grandmother of Kamose and Ahmose I.

Tetisheri was born to parents (Tjenna and Neferu) who held no hereditary or elite offices, and was selected by Tao I, despite her non-royal birth, to be not only his wife but his "Great Wife". Tao I granted Tetisheri many privileges not previously given to a queen. She became the first queen to wear the "Vulture Crown," which signalled that the position of "Great Wife" had become integral to pharaonic power. When her son Tao II rebelled against the Hyksos,

Tethys (mythology)
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In Greek mythology, Tethys, daughter of Uranus and Gaea (Hesiod, Theogony lines 136, 337 and Bibliotheke 1.2) was a Titaness and sea goddess who was both sister and wife of Oceanus. She was mother of the chief rivers of the world, such as the Nile, the Alpheus, the Maeander, and about three thousand daughters called the Oceanids. Considered as an embodiment of the waters of the world she may be seen as a counterpart of Thalassa, embodiment of the sea.

Tethys, along with her consort Oceanus, ruled the seas before Poseidon; Roman mosaic from Daphne (near Antioch) made in the 4th century A.D.
Tethys in a Roman mosaic from Antioch (House of Calendar) made in the 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D.During the war against the Titans, Tethys raised Rhea as her god-child.

Tethys is sometimes confused with the sea-nymph Thetis, the wife of Peleus and mother of Achilles.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hyksos (Egyptian heqa khasewet meaning "foreign rulers," Greek Ὑκσώς) were an ethnically mixed group of Southwest Asiatic or Semitic people who appeared in the eastern Nile Delta, initiating the Second Intermediate Period of ancient Egypt. They rose to power in the 17th century BC, and ruled Lower and Middle Egypt for over 100 years, forming the Fifteenth and possibly the vassal Sixteenth Dynasties of Egypt, (ca. 1648-1540 B.C.E. See Egyptian chronology). This 108 year period follows the Turin Canon, which gives the 6 kings of the Hyksos 15th Dynasty a total reign length of 108 years.[1]

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is about the Greek sea nymph. Thetis should not be confused with Themis, the embodiment of the laws of nature. For other uses, see Thetis (disambiguation).

In Greek mythology, silver-footed Thetis (Greek Θέτις) is a sea nymph, one of the fifty Nereids, daughters of "the ancient one of the seas," Nereus, and Doris (Hesiod, Theogony), a grand-daughter of Tethys.

Thetis as goddess
While most extant material about Thetis concerns her role as mother of Achilles, and while she is largely a creature of poetic fancy rather than cult worship in the historical period, a few fragmentary hints and references suggest an older layer of the tradition in which Thetis played a far more central role in the religious practices and imagination of certain Greeks.

The etymology of her name (from tithemi (τίθημ&#953 ;), "to set up, establish") suggests an early political role.

In Iliad I, Achilles recalls to his mother her role in defending, and thus legitimizing, the reign of Zeus against an incipient rebellion by three Olympians, each of whom has pre-Olympian roots:

"You alone of all the gods saved Zeus the Darkener of the Skies from an inglorious fate, when some of the other Olympians—Here, Poseidon and Pallas Athene—had plotted to throw him into chains. . You, goddess, went and saved him from that indignity. You quickly summoned to high Olympus the monster of the hundred arms whom the gods call Briareus, but mankind Aegaeon[1], a giant more powerful even than his father. He squatted by the Son of Cronos with such a show of force that the blessed gods slunk off in terror, leaving Zeus free" (E.V. Rieu translation).
Quintus of Smyrna, recalling this passage, writes that Thetis once released Zeus from chains; there is no other reference to this rebellion among the Olympians.

In one fragmentary hymn by the 7th century BC Spartan poet Alcman, Thetis appears as a demiurge, beginning her creation with poros (πόρος) "path, track" and tekmor (τέκμω&#961 ;) "marker, end-post". Third was skotos (σκότο&#962 ;) "darkness", and then the sun and moon. This cosmogony is interesting not only because it takes up Near Eastern astronomical and theological speculation, but also because its first principles are the building-blocks of a race-track, reflecting the athletic preoccupations of Spartan society and education. Given that she is the mother of Achilles, the Greek youth par excellence, it may be that Thetis once presided over the all-important realm of aristocratic adolescence.

[edit] Thetis and the other gods
Apollodorus writes that Thetis was once courted by both Zeus and Poseidon — she was given to the mortal Peleus only because of the prophecy by Themis or Prometheus or Calchas that her son would become a man greater than his father.

When Hephaestus was thrown from Olympus, whether cast out by Hera for his lameness or evicted by Zeus for taking Hera's side, the Nereids Eurynome and Thetis caught him and cared for him on the volcanic isle of Lemnos, while he labored for them as a smith, "working there in the hollow of the cave, and the stream of Okeanos around us went on forever with its foam and its murmur" (Iliad 18.369).

When Dionysus was expelled by Lycurgus with the Olympians' aid, he took refuge in the Erythraean Sea with Thetis in a bed of seaweed.

Thetis and attendants bring the armor to Achilles: an Attic black-figure hydria, ca. 575–550 BCE
[edit] Thetis, Achilles and the Trojan War
Thetis is the mother of Achilles by Peleus, king of the Myrmidons. Zeus had received a prophecy that Thetis's son would become greater than his father. Therefore, in order to ensure a mortal father for her eventual offspring, Zeus and his brother Poseidon made arrangements for her marriage to a man, Peleus, son of Aeacus, but she refused him. Chiron, the wise centaur, who would later be tutor to Peleus' son Achilles, advised Peleus to find the sea nymph when she was asleep and bind her tightly to keep her from escaping by changing form. She did shift shapes, becoming flame and then a raging lion (compare the sea-god Proteus). But Peleus held fast. She then consented to marry him.

Thetis and Zeus, Ingres: "She sank to the ground beside him, put her left arm round his knees, raised her right hand to touch his chin, and so made her petition to the Royal Son of Cronos" (Iliad, IThe wedding of Thetis and Peleus was celebrated on Mount Pelion and attended by all the deities: there the gods celebrated the marriage with feasting. Apollo played the lyre, and the Muses sang, Pindar claimed. At the wedding Chiron gave Peleus an ashen spear, and Poseidon gave him the immortal horses, Balius and Xanthus. However, Eris, the goddess of discord, had not been invited. In spite, she threw a golden apple into the midst of the goddesses that was to be awarded only "to the fairest." (The award was effected by the Judgment of Paris and eventually occasioned the Trojan War).

Thetis worked her magic on



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More research being done about Jesus being of Egyptian Pharaonic bloodline. It's coming out.

Pharaoh Jesus and the 9/11 Stargate. (WTC Pyramid: Part 1)

This image sees the silhouette of the World Trade Center forming themselves out of two trees and the crucified Pharaoh Jesus, “The Light,” suspended between them. Superimposed over this image we see the ten Sephiroth of the Cabalistic Tree of Life, Jesus, and the Twin Pillars of the WTC becoming the three pillars of the Tree, also invoking the Garden of Eden (Aten).

I've been looking into how Moses is represented in pop culture in my recent posts. My reason for doing this is because the biblical narrative of my current belief system understands the Bible as a book of pharaohs. To justify this remark I direct you to the fantastic work of Michael Tsarion:
Or try Ralph Ellis' very enlightening book, "Jesus: Last of the Pharaohs."

If the Moses Exodus event can be seen as related to the Egyptian Hyksos Dynasty, culminating in Akhenaton's infamous and controversial reign, how about other biblical characters? If we can find other biblical figures like Moses, (Akhenaton and Thutmoses) who are actually historical Egyptian figures and have modern veiled counterparts, then perhaps we can take these modern versions as they are represented in our culture, look at how they are inter-connected in the synchromystical universe and compare our findings with what occultists and mystics have been hinting towards about reality for... well, nearly forever!

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