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whats under solomons temple?

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It is a legend, and also it is a lie for the sleep of ignorant ones to continue their sleeping. All freemasonry and Israel know that Solomon Temple is not a stone-cement-brick temple. It is a term used for the brethren of all countries and peoples under the flag of Messiah King Solomon, or Shiloh, or machhammaddim in Torah.

But of course our heavenly lord of lords and the king of kings is The Green Man, King David, and Alias. The Lion. Or, the dog (sphenx?) lying before the Egytians Pyramids. All architectural evidences are a true lie.

I do not doubt that there was a little synagogue somewhere in Jlem, after all at least the ruling elite are claimed to have been Jews (or proto-Jews), that was called "Salomon's temple" or something along those lines. What is quite difficult for me to believe is that there was a big mythical building. There were not enough people professing Judaism in all what is now Israel at the time to be able to pay for something like Herod the Great's building.

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:wacko:When the Knights of the Temple in Jerusalem arrived there they found a valuable treasure. The question is what's hiding under Alaqsa. According to ancient texts like the Quran when he was King Solomon in the Holy Land.Devils teaching to people magic & when Solomon understood the issue Ordered that all books of witchcraft among the people gathered & the books wewe buried in the Temple . The templars found the books that they gave too much power & Order to pop them as heretics, and the last of whom was still burning in Paris but The legacy of freemasons Left to their heirs .If you want to know more about this search the arrivals hashem film in truetube or youtube or google . :wacko:

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Jacob actually built the first Masjid (a place of worship). Then when King Nebuchadrezzar ruled he destroyed the Jewish in the Holy Land and broke up the kingdom and took the to Babylon in Iraq as slaves. They were cut off of the true religion and scripture and under the infulence of Babylon for a very long time which distoreted Judaism.. The Tlmud which was written by 70 Rabbis in Babylon influenced the regime. There is no suck thing as Solomons Temple, those Rabbis made this up (which is known as the secret societies) During the time of Solomon he wrecked the original Masjid by expaniding it...and the people of the land followed what the devils gave out Magic books and he buried them under his thrown. Has anyone heard of the Kabalah? This is based off of Jewish mysticism or magic. To use the "gods" as the Pharoes did. This is a GREAT treasure to know and utilize. This is what they found the Knights Templar during the crusades. Solomon was told by god these things and when he was still on Gods side he demanded all the books in his land be hidden there. Until later on in life he gave in to his many wives "gods"..as you should know are demonic entities. Check out the back of the dollar bill. The Solomons Seal or what people thing is (a jewish star) Davids star....not true. They then used it for everything we know today. The symbols are everywhere. I can tell you more

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dont look its a secret

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If ancients want tell something through their myths, they mean not actually to ordinary men and open to all. It is always mysterious , to decipher it you must break the codes and . . .

When they tell you the Ark of the covenant is in Nebo , jordan : under temple , Jerusalem : Axum , Ethiopia or England . . . It . . be all true. All have one thing , you would focus on that ONE THING. What is one thing ? I CAN'T TELL YOU RIGHT NOW.

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This night I was dreaming about a Group of People, they want the Humans to eat something bad. I gone to protest. Than the Group of People did show his realy face, a sect, they did spoke about a building under salomons temple.

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Solomon was never a real character from history.

The true meaning of SOLOMON is temple of the sun, SOL, OM, ON are all ancient words for the sun.

The writers of the bible made the concept into a fictional character who never even existed.

The true meaning of the temple of the sun is highly spiritual. It is a symbol of the perfected soul, where the solar chakra (666) circulates spiritual energy into 8.

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No, it actually means "Lonely Moon" : SOLO MON.

Or something like Oh Solo Mio, maybe?

It's true, I tell ya.

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Solomon was never a real character from history.

The true meaning of SOLOMON is temple of the sun, SOL, OM, ON are all ancient words for the sun.

The writers of the bible made the concept into a fictional character who never even existed.

The true meaning of the temple of the sun is highly spiritual. It is a symbol of the perfected soul, where the solar chakra (666) circulates spiritual energy into 8.

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Solomon dictionary.gif masc. proper name, Biblical name of David's son, king of Judah and Israel and wisest of all men, from Gk. Solomon, from Heb. Sh'lomoh, from shelomo "peaceful," from shalom "peace." The Arabic form is Suleiman. The common medieval form was Salomon (Vulgate, Tyndale, Douai); Solomon was used in Geneva Bible and KJV. Used allusively for "a wise ruler" since 1550s. (Emphasis added).

http://www.etymonlin...hp?term=Solomon

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No, it actually means "Lonely Moon" : SOLO MON.

Or something like Oh Solo Mio, maybe?

It's true, I tell ya.

Solomon dictionary.gif masc. proper name, Biblical name of David's son, king of Judah and Israel and wisest of all men, from Gk. Solomon, from Heb. Sh'lomoh, from shelomo "peaceful," from shalom "peace." The Arabic form is Suleiman. The common medieval form was Salomon (Vulgate, Tyndale, Douai); Solomon was used in Geneva Bible and KJV. Used allusively for "a wise ruler" since 1550s. (Emphasis added).

http://www.etymonlin...hp?term=Solomon

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Lol in comes christendom and their converted subjects citing the dogma of christendom.

The dogma must be destroyed, your dogma belongs in the garbage can, because thats all its fit for.

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You have a thing with Christendom, that much we understand.

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Lol in comes christendom and their converted subjects citing the dogma of christendom.

The dogma must be destroyed, your dogma belongs in the garbage can, because thats all its fit for.

14419988-doodle-style-trash-can-sketch-in-vector-format-set-includes-garbage-cans-in-a-variety-of-states.jpg

With the above it looks like we have another winner, congratulations:

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Whoo-hoo! A well-deserved Fractal Wrongness Award for LRW!

Lego-linguistics are not going to help you, LRW. Inventing toxic and inappropriate Christian-hating flotsam does not forward your cause. Indeed, it makes you seem even less credible.

Please refer to Post 309 and note Swede's correct etymology for the name Solomon. This spelling of the name is a modern Western convention adapted from the ancient Greek. It does not reflect how the name was spoken in ancient Israel. The name was pronounced something like Sh'lomoh. To this day Sh'lomoh happens to be a pretty common Jewish name.

I happen to agree that Solomon probably didn't exist, but my argument would be based on archaeological and textual evidence. I have no idea where your approach comes from. It takes more than a dislike of modern religions to come across as sensible and convincing.

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I posted the above and only subsequently noticed LRW has been banned. It seems a lot has happened today, while I was away from the forum. Please learn from my mistake, and do not bother replying to any of LRW's posts. There's no reason to.

Thanks.

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just curious, at what age can we no longer revive threads?

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just curious, at what age can we no longer revive threads?

I honestly didn't know there was a rule about not reviving old threads.

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I honestly didn't know there was a rule about not reviving old threads.

I don't believe there is any rule against reviving old threads. But it would probably be better if after say, 18 to 24 months, starting a new thread. The idea behind the original thread is no longer fresh and many of the posters are probably not around, or interested, any longer.

cormac

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With the above it looks like we have another winner, congratulations:

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cormac

Infinitely wrong in the same same area. :yes:

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just curious, at what age can we no longer revive threads?

Once they've gone off to college and have freed us from their terror.

Just kidding.

Necroposting is not an action popular with many posters, but there are legitimate means to do so. There's no real age limit in place. I'm sometimes surprised to see threads that are years old pop up again. First, however, are reasons to avoid necroposting. Never do so just for the sake of bumping a thread back into the active queue of the forum. This is against UM's policies. Also, avoid the urge to do so if the comment you wish to contribute really doesn't add to the merits of the thread. Something like "This is cool and I agree" is not a post worth reading and can, in fact, be regarded as bumping. Also, don't reply to a post in a thread that was posted years ago. I see this quite often and it's irritating. The poster who wrote the original post might not even be around any longer.

Any old thread can be brought back to life at any time so long as the post you wish to contribute is relevant to the topic and adds something worth reading. I myself do not like to see old threads necroposted, but as long as the new post is relevant and adds to the overall topic, I for one see no reason to act against it.

Sorry for the diatribe. I know you didn't ask for half of this information, but it gave me a good opportunity to remind posters about the nature of necroposting. :tu:

Editing to add: I just saw cormac's Post 317 and realized this is something I should've added. In some cases, if a thread has caught your eye but it's years old and seen no activity since Moses was young, it might be worth considering starting a new thread. Ask cormac. He remembers when Moses was young. :w00t:

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There may have been a temple of David`s and Solomon`s built before the Muslims Temple the Dome of the Rock, the large flat expanse was a base for a temple.

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There may have been a temple of Solomon`s built before the Muslims Temple, the large flat expanse was a base for a temple.

800px-Temple_mount.JPG

it was, but not for Salomon's temple but for Herod's the Great's Temple. Before that there was a much smaller temple build after the Babylonian Exile there and after it a Temple built by Julian the Apostate who tried to bring back Judaism as counterweight to Christianism. That temple was used as Christian church until the Muslims took over the place. No trace of Salomon's temple has been found there, below those foundations is an ancient fortress/palace.

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Once they've gone off to college and have freed us from their terror.

Just kidding.

Necroposting is not an action popular with many posters, but there are legitimate means to do so. There's no real age limit in place. I'm sometimes surprised to see threads that are years old pop up again. First, however, are reasons to avoid necroposting. Never do so just for the sake of bumping a thread back into the active queue of the forum. This is against UM's policies. Also, avoid the urge to do so if the comment you wish to contribute really doesn't add to the merits of the thread. Something like "This is cool and I agree" is not a post worth reading and can, in fact, be regarded as bumping. Also, don't reply to a post in a thread that was posted years ago. I see this quite often and it's irritating. The poster who wrote the original post might not even be around any longer.

Any old thread can be brought back to life at any time so long as the post you wish to contribute is relevant to the topic and adds something worth reading. I myself do not like to see old threads necroposted, but as long as the new post is relevant and adds to the overall topic, I for one see no reason to act against it.

Sorry for the diatribe. I know you didn't ask for half of this information, but it gave me a good opportunity to remind posters about the nature of necroposting. :tu:

Editing to add: I just saw cormac's Post 317 and realized this is something I should've added. In some cases, if a thread has caught your eye but it's years old and seen no activity since Moses was young, it might be worth considering starting a new thread. Ask cormac. He remembers when Moses was young. :w00t:

i did not mean to drag Moses into this, I really was just curious. My thought for what it's worth would be if the thread was over say a year or so old, perhaps starting a new thread my be the better option.

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Once they've gone off to college and have freed us from their terror.

Just kidding.

Necroposting is not an action popular with many posters, but there are legitimate means to do so. There's no real age limit in place. I'm sometimes surprised to see threads that are years old pop up again. First, however, are reasons to avoid necroposting. Never do so just for the sake of bumping a thread back into the active queue of the forum. This is against UM's policies. Also, avoid the urge to do so if the comment you wish to contribute really doesn't add to the merits of the thread. Something like "This is cool and I agree" is not a post worth reading and can, in fact, be regarded as bumping. Also, don't reply to a post in a thread that was posted years ago. I see this quite often and it's irritating. The poster who wrote the original post might not even be around any longer.

Any old thread can be brought back to life at any time so long as the post you wish to contribute is relevant to the topic and adds something worth reading. I myself do not like to see old threads necroposted, but as long as the new post is relevant and adds to the overall topic, I for one see no reason to act against it.

Sorry for the diatribe. I know you didn't ask for half of this information, but it gave me a good opportunity to remind posters about the nature of necroposting. :tu:

Editing to add: I just saw cormac's Post 317 and realized this is something I should've added. In some cases, if a thread has caught your eye but it's years old and seen no activity since Moses was young, it might be worth considering starting a new thread. Ask cormac. He remembers when Moses was young. :w00t:

Yeah, back then he went by the name Bob. :w00t:

cormac

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al aqsa may be short for al aqsa martyrs brigade which is a coalation of pallestinian nationalist militias from the west bank it could also refer to al-aqsa mosque in jerusalam which the group get there name from

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It was probably the actual burial ground for the " Jesus of Nazareth", Which is just to take control of most of the public which they have done with theories that they have found great powers underneath it. all these worldly events are just to take away your focus. from the battle between yourself ;)

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