The Egyptians had a belief that if they would place a pool of ink into the hollow of their hand they could see the future (Chiromancy)1: but it was not always ink, no in the distant past it was a pool of Quicksilver (Mercury). That shiny molten liquid metal in their hand would make a mirror, and a face would gaze back at the seer. In ancient Egyptian the word “Hor2” translates to face, in English In the distant past a reflection of one’s face? Yes, the all Seeing Eye of Hor-aspis, the Dweller on the horizon (Horus-ion)3. Harpokrate: the infant Horus the baby sun4 the reflection of the sun in a magic mirror. A papyrus from Thebes produced in the Twenty-first Egyptian Dynasties known as, The Judgment of the Princess Entiu-ny5. This is depicting a scene in ancient Egypt. A young woman is standing before a scale and is presenting three eyes in her hand. Those Eyes are three messages that she received that are depicted at the top of that papyrus.
The three messages all end with an Eye denoting that a mirrored shield sent them from the location depicted by the larger symbol that she is facing above. The messages are quite similar to each other though the message that was from The Hawk (Horus) from atop the Great Pyramid6 is somewhat longer than the others. The little fellow (the baboon) that is sitting on the top of the scales is Egyptian representation of Thoth7 (aka Mercury)8. As he sits on the scales, he has the power to change the outcome of the trial by shifting his weight. The court Jester, Thoth or Mercury, was the real judge in this picture.9
The hardware was available to the people of Greece and to those of the Middle East of more than four thousand years ago. But what did they use for a code system? The Traditions of the Gatekeepers of the Scholarly World, tell us that transcribe-able communication is just a few thousand years old. That they evolved from picture-grams and hieroglyphic, which lead to our modern phonic alphabets of today. Nevertheless, it is the transitional system of Cuneiform and other similar forms with their roots in the ancient heliographic communications systems is where those modern alphabetic systems have their point of origin.
The Book of Enoch10 speaks of several nonhuman beings that gave Mankind certain pieces of knowledge (not all good)11. Some examples are the manufacturing of mirrors with the implication that those mirrors were clad with liquid metal, quicksilver and a written language. Tradition says the Being that gave that written language to Mankind had many names, Thoth, according to Egyptian legend; we are told that at the temple of Hermopolis housed fragments of the Cosmic Egg were found . Thoth himself as one of “The Eight” and was a divine Ibis, that had hatched from that Cosmic Egg. The Egg Souls of Thoth were also called Ogdoad or The Eight”. Thoth was said to be a Martian priest that left Mars prior to its destruction and moved to Khem 12(Egypt) where he founded a new civilization based on the higher knowledge of the Martian society13.
It is a tradition that Thoth gave the Egyptian their form of writing. The Assyria’s Nebo, appropriated the stylus like the Egyptian Thoth and, was the divine scribe. Nibiru (“Nebo Ur”) means the Prophet-Planet and is the ancient name for the planet Mercury in the Neo-Babylonian empire14. In Hindu astronomy the usual name for the planet Mercury was Buddha. Among the descriptive epithets applied to Mercury in India, were Buddha-“mind, spirit, intelligence”,15 “sarvagna” all-knowing,”shadhabhigna-” Possessor of the Six Sciences,” advayavadi–eloquent, unequalled in speech”.16 The Aramaic text called him Hermoni 17 the Greeks called him, Hermes or Armers for the morning star.18 The early culture of Mexico his name was Quechua19, to the ancient Chinese, Fu-his20 The Babylon’s Nabu21 a contraction of what Enoch called him Penemeu and the Roman version of Thoth, Mercury, this god of thought was somewhat androgynous in nature. A symbol of magic and intelligence.
Mercury was associated with quicksilver, the element mercury, and the planet closest to the sun. Mercury was known as the morning star.22 However, the evening star, Mercury was known as Apollo from the Greek prefix Apo:23 “from” and root and “ollumi”24: meaning destroyer. Apuleius25 also, asserts that Mercury and Apollo were alternate names for Stilbon,26 “The Gleaming One”, the planet Mercury27. The ancient Germans spoke of their love for the demigod Mercury in a speech by Saxon envoys to Britain c. 450 A.D. Odin (Mercury) a god of strife and war, magic and death. Odin’s worship involved human sacrifices, who were generally hung from trees or crosses. “they worship Mercury, and count it no sin to win his favor on certain days by human sacrifices”.28
Tacitus’s, Germania IX,
– “Deos patrios, scilicet Saturnum,Jovem atque ceteros, qui mundum gubernant,
Colimus, maxime autem Mercurium, quem lingua nostra Voden apellamus.”
“We worship the gods of our fathers, that is, Jupiter, Saturn, and the rest of those that rule the world,
but most of all we worship Mercury above all “29
The symbols for Nibiru or Mercury are universal: they are a reed or stylize to form Cuneiform30, winged shoes to denote speed that his messages are delivered, his traveling hat the Petasos31 which has a low crown with a wide brim or wings turn it on its side and it is the silhouette of a Sun Disk, or the Egyptian Eye of Osiris, the udjat. This written language was the Trinary Heilographic Code system known as Cuneiform.32 The symbols are called , Cuneus: (Latin, wedge-form) the symbols used to make this code. These symbols where formed on soft clay tablets or tables with a piece of a reed also called a stylist that is either pushed or pulled in the soft clay of the table. When the message was complete, it would be transcribed onto a soft clay cylinder or roller that would then be kiln dried to harden after the roller cooled it would be painted with oil to keep the soft clay from sticking, when the cylinder was used to roll out copies of the message by placing the cylinder on damp soft clay tables, rolling the cylinder like a fancy pastry textured rolling pin. By that means transferring the message to as many tables as needed, this same system was used in the Jewish watchtowers of Isaiah:.
Prepare the tables, (clay tables) watch in the watchtowers…. O princes and anoint the shield”33
(The Sacred Anointing Oil of Mercury).
Cuneiform Flasher Code
To convert Thoth’s Cuneiform alphabet to a flasher code similar to the famous Morse code is simple. However, even as simple as Cuneiform was, after the message was transcribed, you can find a more stylized form of script for public consumption. The men that transcribed the heliographic messages used the simplest form not the later stylized form.
Notice that the point of this wedge is going left, is equivalent to a Dot. The Morse code short Dash would be an arrow that with its wedge pointing right. The Morse code long Dash, the symbol is a vertical arrow with wedge. Two long Dashes were created with a wedge at the top line of spelling the word and one wedge at the lower end would give a second long dash at the beginning of the last phase of the word’s spelling. Notice the wedge at the top wedge is going down and the bottom wedge is going up also denoting two different long dashes.
The Celtic people of Wales and Ireland used the flasher type of heliographic code in Europe. This code system is called Oghams34 and is formed by incising from one to five straight strokes above or below or both above and below the base line. Again a Trinary type of code system or flasher code system. The piece of stroke that is above the line the stroke would equal a Morris code dot .If the piece of stroke was below the line that stroke would be a Morris Code short dash. When the stroke was on both sides of the line, the symbol would be a long dash.
The Word, “SENORITA”
There are other heliographic codes of the past. However, we need to find the first thread of this Knot. So let us go back to your child hood, grade school and those code breaking handouts. How did you break those codes? First you counted the most used symbols in the text. When using the English language that was almost always the letter E. The next most often used was T followed by I, A, N, O, R, and S. The simple way to remember them is the word that they spell SENORITA35 to break the code handout was a simple matter of you filling in the blanks with the most used letter to make the message make sense. Samuel F. Morris used that same principle to make his famous Morris Code. He made the most used letters the simplest. Now you can win at HANG MAN.
The Greek and the Hebrew alphabets both have a number component to each of the letters. The Greek Ionian letter is A for one or 1 in the Greek Attic and corresponds to Aleph the first letter in the Hebrew alphabet, where the corresponding number go consecutively to the number ten, at that point by tens, ten through ninety. The next letter is one hundred and goes up by one hundred jumps. To nine hundred though some of the last few numbers are not letters in either alphabet: but a type of symbol just for that number. The chart with both alphabets and their corresponding letters, and the Greek Attic equivalents beside that are the flasher code symbols and the equation used to formulate the code.36 This Trinary code again uses the dot, dash and long dash symbols, but unlike the Morris code the symbols are stacked to form characters rather than using the linear system of Morris.
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14 Langdon, Babylonian Liturgies (Paris, 1913), p. 65
15Akhtar, Jamna das, transl.
16 Paulinus Fr., Systema Brahmanicum (Rome, 1791), pp. 156f
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19Sullivan, Secret of the Inca, Crown Publisher, New York, 1996
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21Simmon S. D, ”Mesopotamia: Ancient Civilization ” Colliers ,Op. Cite, Vol.15, P749.
22 Paulinus,Fr. Systema Brahmanicum (Rome, 1791), pp. 156
23Strongs, Op. Cite,. Greek no.575
24Ibid no. 3639
25Ibid, no. 619
26Ibid, no. 4744
27Pliny, Historia Naturalis II. 8. 30; Macrobius, Saturnalia I. 19. 7.
28Flores ed. Matthew of Westminster (, 1601, p. 82)
29 Mattingly H. Tacitus, Germania IX, transl. (1948):
30Duckworth, Op. Cite, Colliers Op. Cite, V12,p79
32Bowman, Colliers Op. Cite
33Laurence Dr. R, Op.Cite C.8:1
34Gair, Op Cite , Colliers p600
35“Cryptography “ Op. Cite, Colliers 1997+
36Boyers C. B , ”Numbers” Op. Cite, Colliers Vol.19, P. 9