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Hermai

For me at least. Essentially Rosicrucians collaborated to write Shakespeare and encoded a treasuremap within his works which reveals that the Ark of the Covenant is buried on Oak Island. It sounds crazy. You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

 

 

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jaylemurph

Oh Jesus Christ, why not just spit in my face and burn my damn books?

—Jaylemurph 

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Captain Risky
9 minutes ago, Hermai said:

For me at least. Essentially Rosicrucians collaborated to write Shakespeare and encoded a treasuremap within his works which reveals that the Ark of the Covenant is buried on Oak Island. It sounds crazy. You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

 

 

Slightly off topic but i always thought that if you wanted to hide something like a treasure or great knowledge then the best place would be in the open. Using something like famous literature would make an ideal map. It would never be lost. Readily available and highly recognisable. But you'd need a key to decipher.   

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Piney
21 minutes ago, Hermai said:

You think I’m crazy.

:yes:

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Hermai
29 minutes ago, jaylemurph said:

Oh Jesus Christ, why not just spit in my face and burn my damn books?

—Jaylemurph 

I promise there’s a decent amount of corroboration to take it out of the tinfoil-hat-realm. Look into Peter Amundsen’s work. 

https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Steps-Mercy-Shakespeares-Templum-ebook/dp/B0174TLHHE

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Timothy
9 minutes ago, Hermai said:

I promise there’s a decent amount of corroboration to take it out of the tinfoil-hat-realm. Look into Peter Amundsen’s work. 

https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Steps-Mercy-Shakespeares-Templum-ebook/dp/B0174TLHHE

You have to post the info here. 

A link to a paid book, and YouTube, will not help. 

Sounds like complete BS though...

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Manwon Lender
Posted (edited)
54 minutes ago, Hermai said:

For me at least. Essentially Rosicrucians collaborated to write Shakespeare and encoded a treasuremap within his works which reveals that the Ark of the Covenant is buried on Oak Island. It sounds crazy. You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

                                                                                                    No doubt about it at all

 

 

Like you said it sounds Crazy, and it is completely Crazy. I have no idea why you have been posting so much false / totally inaccurate information over the past few days. I think you are a conspiracy theorist and I will never respond to anything you post again.:no::td:

Have a nice day:) Peace 

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Captain Risky
32 minutes ago, Piney said:

:yes:

Thats not nice. Maybe he's just more enlightened than the rest of us. 

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Hermai
13 minutes ago, Timothy said:

You have to post the info here. 

A link to a paid book, and YouTube, will not help. 

Sounds like complete BS though...

The youtube is all three parts of a documentary about Amundsen and his theories which eventually bring him to the Ark and Oak Island. He was as skeptical as you when he started out examining anomalies in Shakespeare. Seriously worth a watch. 

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jaylemurph
Posted (edited)
30 minutes ago, Hermai said:

I promise there’s a decent amount of corroboration to take it out of the tinfoil-hat-realm. Look into Peter Amundsen’s work. 

https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Steps-Mercy-Shakespeares-Templum-ebook/dp/B0174TLHHE

Can’t help but notice it’s self-published, which means it’s excused itself from peer-review and consequently serious consideration.
 

And frankly, no one who hasn’t read several of Dame Frances Yates’ books ought to be writing about Renaissance hermeticism.

—Jaylemurph 

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Hermai
6 minutes ago, jaylemurph said:

Can’t help but notice it’s self-published, which means it’s excused itself from peer-review and consequently serious consideration.
 

And frankly, no one who hasn’t read several of Dame Frances Yates’ books ought to be writing about Renaissance hermeticism.

—Jaylemurph 

School me. I want to get alchemical. 

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Piney
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49 minutes ago, Hermai said:

I promise there’s a decent amount of corroboration to take it out of the tinfoil-hat-realm. Look into Peter Amundsen’s work. 

How can that be when they are all hat wearers?

So, will you be spouting that we Coastal Algonquians worshiped the "White Templar God".

Because that is where this is heading...

Oh, I know Ed Lenik,Who did the real archaeological survey of Oak Island and he seems to be sadly missing in all this bull chips. 

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Dejarma
40 minutes ago, Captain Risky said:

Thats not nice. Maybe he's just more enlightened than the rest of us. 

I like seeing the word 'maybe' in a discussion of this nature= or: 'maybe' he's not' is also valid-- is it not? But what do I know?

Actually what do you know with regards to facts? Nothing is what you know- same as me. Oh joy, fun init;)

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Sir Wearer of Hats
40 minutes ago, Piney said:

How can that be when they are all hat wearers?

So, will you be spouting that we Coastal Algonquians worshiped the "White Templar God".

Because that is where this is heading...

Oh, I know Ed Lenik,Who did the real archaeological survey of Oak Island and he seems to be sadly missing in all this bull chips. 

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the13bats
Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Hermai said:

You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

I know you are Meshuggeneh you proved it to me with your fireworks and covid19 threads, this one just seals the deal...trying to help sell a book just ups the cheese factor.

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Tatetopa
2 hours ago, Hermai said:

For me at least. Essentially Rosicrucians collaborated to write Shakespeare and encoded a treasuremap within his works which reveals that the Ark of the Covenant is buried on Oak Island. It sounds crazy. You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

What is the point?  

If any jughead can translate this treasure map and dig up this ark  for their own personal gain, why bother? 

Too much like raiders of the lost ark  

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Sir Wearer of Hats
36 minutes ago, the13bats said:

I know you are Meshuggeneh you proved it to me with your fireworks and covid19 threads, this one just seals the deal...trying to help sell a book just ups the cheese factor.

What does that word mean? I recall the Stooges using it from time to time.

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jaylemurph
1 minute ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

What does that word mean? I recall the Stooges using it from time to time.

It's Yiddish for crazy.

--Jaylemurph

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Piney
1 minute ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

What does that word mean? I recall the Stooges using it from time to time.

Crazy

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=meshugganah

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Dejarma
32 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

If any jughead can translate this treasure map and dig up this ark  for their own personal gain, why bother? 

it's a fantasy thing I guess- & why not? Some folk like living in fantasy, they need it- personally I like the real world.. I find it more interesting

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Piney
10 hours ago, Dejarma said:

it's a fantasy thing I guess- & why not? Some folk like living in fantasy, they need it- personally I like the real world.. I find it more interesting

There is something unexpected in creating a real paradigm shift.

Not repeating somebodies fantastic lies.

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Timothy
On 6/28/2020 at 10:10 AM, Hermai said:

The youtube is all three parts of a documentary about Amundsen and his theories which eventually bring him to the Ark and Oak Island. He was as skeptical as you when he started out examining anomalies in Shakespeare. Seriously worth a watch. 

I’m going to have to take a hard pass on this one.

Wackjob believers always say that they were skeptical to start with, but really they’re usually more open and susceptible to woo and want to believe so much that they fall victim of it. 

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the13bats
1 hour ago, Timothy said:

I’m going to have to take a hard pass on this one.

Wackjob believers always say that they were skeptical to start with, but really they’re usually more open and susceptible to woo and want to believe so much that they fall victim of it. 

You hit a big nail on the noggin,

I have a documentaries i chuckle at where some very dramatic person is saying how they went from skeptic to full on not "believer" but "knower" that whatever was fact from their one weak encounter,  its intriguing the way they try to valadate themselves and that they are correct it gets a bit egomaniacal.

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jaylemurph
On 6/27/2020 at 5:21 PM, Hermai said:

School me. I want to get alchemical. 

My fee for undergraduate tutoring is $85/hr, with a three hour a week minimum. 

My fee for graduate students is “apply to the [redacted] university history program and pay tuition.”

That said, your best bet is Yates’ Rosicrucian Enlightenment after her The Art of Memory and her book on Giordano Bruno. Those are only $30 or so apiece new. 

—Jaylemurph 

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Jon the frog
On 6/27/2020 at 7:08 PM, Hermai said:

For me at least. Essentially Rosicrucians collaborated to write Shakespeare and encoded a treasuremap within his works which reveals that the Ark of the Covenant is buried on Oak Island. It sounds crazy. You think I’m crazy. I promise it’s not.

 

 

By the bloody goat of death, that story surf on crystal meth !

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