Tuesday, the Hidden Hand and the Arch

There is something to be said about Tuesdays. According to God’s calendar in conjunction with the Gregorian calender, it is the 3rd day of the week. This is so because the 7th day is Saturday on our modern calender. So logically speaking, our modern Tuesday is in fact the third day of the week. In Scripture, the 3rd day of creation was the only day that was blessed twice. The first six days of creation had a single blessing pronounced on them except for the 3rd day. Before I go on I want to point out that some Jews try to have a Jewish wedding on the 3rd day or in this case a Tuesday. It has everything to do with a double blessing and GOD the Creator called it good…twice. Another point that should stand out is that Jesus resurrected on the 3rd day. That’s not the third day ala Tuesday, but it was still the third day after His crucifixion. We see that He rose from the grave three days after His crucifixion on the 1st day of the week. I needed to tell you these things so that you will understand better where I’m going with all of this. Now lets look at the 3rd day of creation.

9And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so. 10And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good. 11And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so.12And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good. 13And the evening and the morning were the third day.

As you can see, this day was the day Earth was made and was seperated from the waters and He called them Seas. That was the first time it was called good. The second time was when seed was to follow its own kind. Now I just want to point out a few things that I’m seeing here with my eschatological glasses on. First off, this is the first mention of the Earth. Is there a connection here as to why the debate about the shape of the earth sometimes gets so heated? People say it doesn’t matter about the shape of the earth and its irrelevant (and that usually comes from the global sphere perspective). But maybe it does matter. Maybe there is a reason as to why this debate gets so heated and maybe it has something to do with it appearing on the 3rd day? A day of double blessing.

I also want to point out that there was the seperation of the sea and land on this 3rd day of creation. This makes me think to Revelation 13 that mentions the beast of the sea and beast of the land. The kingdom and spirit behind this Antichrist system and the man of sin himself. This is the antithesis of the double blessing of what GOD has called good twice. As the second good was dealing with seed bearing fruit, herbs and grass. This takes me to Revelation 9 where John is shown that the locusts aren’t to harm anything green, the grass or trees. In my opinion, these are things that are symbolic for something that has life because he goes on to say that those who aren’t sealed by the Spirit of GOD are to be harmed. Those who are sealed have eternal life through Jesus and are represented as the greeness and life of the trees, grass and herbs. This goes along with Jesus using the analogy of a tree that bears good fruit. 

Revelation 9: 3  And there came out of the smoke locusts upon the earth: and unto them was given power, as the scorpions of the earth have power. 4  And it was commanded them that they should not hurt the grass of the earth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but only those men which have not the seal of God in their foreheads.

So we can see how originally at the time of Creation, there is a double blessing and GOD called it good. Not only the mentions I made of the 3rd day at the beginning of this article is relevant, but the 3rd day is mentioned throughout scripture. So with all that said about the 3rd day being good (twice), is there proof that the enemy wants to ruin that double blessing? Before I answer that, let me say that I believe Jesus was born on September 11th 3BC. This just so happened to fall on a Tuesday on our calender so there is another witness tasty the 3rd day of the week is in fact a blessing. Now since I just mentioned 9/11, did you actually know that in 2001 this day fell on a Tuesday? Yep. It sure did. The 3rd day of ghee week and the actual day the Messiah Jesus was born. Coincidence? I think not. When 911 happened, “they” had every intent on doing it on this particular day. And I will tell you why in a second. 

Before we get into that, I want to mention that Jupiter is dropping out of the womb of Virgo on September 9th 2017. This happens to fall on a Saturday this year. You can technically say it happens anywhere (give or take a few days) around this time frame so its awfully close to happening around the birth of Jesus. And if you see this Jupiter sign as a very bad sign (like me) then you can see why its being “birthed” around this same time. Satan loves to copy and invert what GOD has called good and blessed. Now I believe that the Arch of Triumph is connected to these signs in the heavens that we have been seeing. These Luciferians worship these celestial planets and stars so as far as this Arch is concerned, they will try to do everything to defy GOD.

We saw this happen when the Arch of Triumph from Palmyra was originally set up in Trafalgar Square. This was set up for 3 days on April 19th, 2016 which just happened to fall on the 3rd day of the week…a Tuesday. This was symbolic of them raising up there god right before Passover and telling their fellow Luciferians that their god will rise again. They were openly mocking GOD/Jesus with this symbolic gesture of this Arch rising from the ashes and resurrecting. And they didn’t try to hide this sort of language from the media because these were the exact headlines soon after.

I have connected in my recent studies the Freemasons role in all of this. The Royal Arch Masons are symbolically related to all of this Arch blasphemy. I had even recently come across a Masonic lodge in Ohio who were called the Palmyra Royall Arch Masons. What’s the odds of that? But there seems to be a connection with Freemasonary and Tuesdays. Let me explain. 

Tewes Day

In some Slavic languages the word Tuesday originated from Old Church Slavonic word въторъ meaning “the second”. Bulgarian and Russian “Вторник” (Vtornik) (Serbian:уторак (utorak)) is derived from the Bulgarian and Russian adjective for ‘Second’ – “Втори” (Vtori) or “Второй” (Vtoroi). In Japanese, the word Tuesday is 火曜日(ka youbi), meaning ‘fire day’ and is associated with 火星 (kasei): Mars (the planet), literally meaning “fire star”. Similarly, in Korean the word Tuesday is 화요일 (hwa yo il), also meaning fire day.

 Now that we have looked at the day Tuesday, I want to mention why Tuesday is actually called “Tuesday”. It’s based off of the god of war (Mars) and Tyr. Here is what Wikipedia’s entry is. “The name Tuesday derives from the Old English “Tiwesdæg” and literally means “Tiw’s Day”. Tiw is the Old English form of the Proto-Germanic god *Tîwaz, or Týr in Norse, a god of war and law.[2][3] *Tîwaz derives from the Proto-Indo-European base *dei-, *deyā-, *dīdyā-, meaning ‘to shine’, whence comes also such words as “deity”. The Latin name dies Martis (“day of Mars”) is equivalent to the Greek ἡμέρα Ἄρεως. In most languages with Latin origins (Italian, French, Spanish, Catalan, Romanian, Galician, Sardinian, Corsican, but not Portuguese), the day is named after Mars, the Ancient Greek Ares Ἄρης .

In the Indo-Aryan languages Pali and Sanskrit the name of the day is taken from Angaraka (‘one who is red in colour’)[13] a style (manner of address) for Mangal, the god of war, and for Mars, the red planet…In the Greek world, Tuesday (the day of the week of the Fall of Constantinople) is considered an unlucky day. The same is true in the Spanish-speaking world. For both Greeks and Spanish-speakers, the 13th of the month is considered unlucky if it falls on Tuesday, instead of Friday. In Judaism, on the other hand, Tuesday is considered a particularly lucky day, because in the first chapter of Genesis the paragraph about this day contains the phrase “it was good” twice.
In the Thai solar calendar, the day is named for the Pali word for the planet Mars, which also means “Ashes of the Dead”;[14] the color associated with Tuesday is pink.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuesday)

Now we can see where this connection to Tuesday, Tyr and Mars intertwine. The 3rd day of the week in our Gregorian calender is named after a Norse god. Nite the interesting thing about Tyr and any other false god for that matter, is that these gods are all based off of some older ancient god. Lets look at Tyr first and then I’ll explain. Tyr is the Germanic god associated with law and heroic glory in Norse mythology, and is portrayed as being one-handed. He is the son of Odin who in Egyptian mythology represents Osiris. Remember, they are all representing the same person but their names have changed in different cultures. This would make Tyr the same as Horus or Tammuz, the resurrected “King” that these Luciferians are waiting for. 
No the word Tyr is actually a generic word for “god”. It would be the same as the word Allat that means “goddess”. “Old Norse Týr, literally “god”, plural tívar “gods”, comes from Proto-Germanic *Tīwaz (cf. Old English Tīw, Old High German Zīo), which continues Proto-Indo-European *deiwós “celestial being, god” (cf. Welsh duw, Latindeus, Lithuanian diẽvas, Sanskrit dēvá, Avestan daēvō (false) “god”). And *deiwós is based in *dei-, *deyā-, *dīdyā-, meaning ‘to shine’.[3] Týr in origin was a generic noun meaning “god”, e.g. Hangatyr, literally, the “god of the hanged”, as one of Odin’s names, which was probably inherited from Týr in his role as god of justice.[citation needed] The name continues on as Norwegian Tyr, Swedish Tyr, Danish Tyr, while it remains Týr in Modern Icelandic and Faroese.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%BDr

It’s also interesting that plants have derived from this word Tyr. “Old Norse Týsfiola (after the Latin Viola Martis), Týrhialm (Aconitum, one of the most poisonous plants in Europe whose helmet-like shape might suggest a warlike connection) and Týviðr, “Tý’s wood”, Tiveden may also be named after Týr, or reflecting Týr as a generic word for “god” (i.e., the forest of the gods).” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%BDr). Aconitum (/ˌækəˈnaɪtəm/), is also sometimes called aconite, monkshood, wolf’s bane, leopard’s bane, mousebane, women’s bane, devil’s helmet, queen of poisons, or blue rocket. Now notice the wolf, leopard and mouse reference to bane. Bane means curse and we see the connection to Satan as a wolf, Nimrods leopard and the abomination the mouse. Also take note of the devils helmet and queesn of poisons. They also mention Ty’s wood. This can only make me think about how Freemasonry uses Egyptian symbology with the phallic of Osiris for the oblesk.

 

Now the story goes that Tyr lost his right hand to a wolf called Fenrir. “The gods decided to shackle the Fenris wolf (Fenrir), but the beast broke every chain they put upon him. Eventually they had the dwarves make them a magical ribbon called Gleipnir. It appeared to be only a silken ribbon but was made of six wondrous ingredients: the sound of a cat’s footfall, the beard of a woman, the roots of a mountain, bear’s sinews (meaning nerves, sensibility), fish’s breath and bird’s spittle. The creation of Gleipnir is said to be the reason why none of the above exist.[10] Fenrir sensed the gods’ deceit and refused to be bound with it unless one of them put his hand in the wolf’s mouth.
Týr, known for his great wisdom and courage, agreed, and the other gods bound the wolf. After Fenrir had been bound by the gods, he struggled to try to break the rope. Fenrir could not break the ribbon and, enraged, bit Týr’s right hand off. When the gods saw that Fenrir was bound they all rejoiced, except Týr. Fenrir would remain bound until the day of Ragnarök. As a result of this deed, Týr is called the “Leavings of the Wolf”; which is to be understood as a poetic kenning for glory. As a consequence, however, his name is also associated with perjury.” Ragnarök is “is a series of future events, including a great battle, foretold to ultimately result in the death of a number of major figures (including the gods Odin, Thor, Týr, Freyr, Heimdallr, and Loki), the occurrence of various natural disasters, and the subsequent submersion of the world in water. Afterward, the world will resurface anew and fertile, the surviving and returning gods will meet, and the world will be repopulated by two human survivors.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ragnar%C3%B6k) To sum it up, the wolf that bit the right hand of Tyr off would eventually be released in what is called “the twilights of the gods” or what we know in Scripture as these fallen angels being released from their chains. This Norse mythology parallels the time prior to the flood of Noah and prior to Jesus coming to judge the world.

Tyr has also been called the prince of temples. This is interesting because the one handed god is the prince of temples. My first thought when hearing the name Tyr was that of Hiram the Phoenician king of Tyre or son of the window. The man (or son of the man?) who helped Solomon build the Temple and the man that the Freemasons revere. Freemasons also believe that King Hiram Abif had a son of the same name and that the father died prior to the building of the Temple. “In all the variations of the Masonic traditions, the Hiram whose death occurred immediately preceding the completion of the Temple is named “Hiram Abif.” 

This designation becomes significant only in view of the fact that another Hiram, his son, also superintended at the building of the Temple and finished the work which his father would no doubt have finished had he lived a few years longer. Why should the designation “Abif” have been given if there was no other Hiram engaged at the Temple? It surely. indicates not only another Hiram, but also that the other was the son of the Hiram so named. The Hiram whom Solomon “fetched out of Tyre” is described as the son of a widow. This description accords exactly with the theory now advanced. If Hiram Abif was dead and his wife alive, his son Hiram would naturally be the son of a widow.” (http://www.masonicdictionary.com/hiramt.html) So in my opinion there is another connection to Freemasonry and this “god” of Tuesday named Tyr. 

Haratio

“Roman mytho-history (Romans liked to give their history a mythic burnish), one-eyed Horatio Cocles (“Cocles” being derived from “Cyclops”) and soon to be one-handed Mucius Scaevola team up to defeat Lars Porsenna, an invading Etruscan determined to sack Rome. According to Dumzeil, the one-eyed Cocles “holds the enemy in check by his strangely wild behavior.” Citing the Roman historian Livy, Dumezil writes that “remaining alone at the entrance to the bridge, [Cocles] casts terrible and menacing looks at the Etruscan leaders, challenging them individually, insulting them collectively.” He also deploys “terrible grimaces.”

Cocles’ antics stop Porsenna temporarily, but the surly Etruscan soon brings war upon Rome again, and this time it’s Scaevola, whose mind ran in a more statesmanlike track than his comrade Cocles, to the rescue. He warns Porsenna that he has 300 assassins at his disposal—it’s a bluff, but Scaevola burns his hand in a fire to convince his enemy his threat is bona fide. Porsenna agrees to leave Rome be.” (


Hubal

But it doesn’t stop there. We seem to have a connection with the one handed bandit to Hubal, their main god that was worshipped in the Ka’ab in Mecca. Hubal in fact also had one hand and was “kicked out” of Mecca by Mohammad to only then worship one god, allah. Which by the way, I believe allah is in fact Hubal who is Sin of the Sinai (Paran) desert who is Ba’al who is none other than Satan.

“Muhammad ibn Ishaq said that Hubal was (made of) cornelian pearl in the shape of a human. His right hand was broken off and the Quraysh made a gold hand for it. It had a vault for the sacrifice, and there were seven arrows cast (On issues relating to) a dead person, virginity and marriage. Its offering was a hundred camels. It had a custodian (hajib). (Azraqi 1858: 73-74)…Hubal was associated with the Semitic god Ba’l and with Adonis or Tammuz, the gods of spring, fertility, agriculture and plenty…Hubal’s idol used to stand by the holy well inside the Sacred House. It was made of red sapphire but had a broken arm until the tribe of Quraysh, who considered him one of their major gods, made him a replacement in solid gold.” (Fabled Cities, Princes & Jin from Arab Myths and Legends, Khairt al-Saeh, 1985, p. 28-30.)…The great god of Mecca was Hubal, an idol made of red cornelian. (Mohammed, Maxime Rodinson, 1961, translated by Anne Carter, 1971, p 16-17)…HUBAL, the name of an idol, which was worshipped at Mecca in the Ka`ba but otherwise is only known from a Nabataean inscription (Carp. Inscr. Semit., ii. n”. 189 = Jaussen et Savignac, Afission Archiol. en Arabie, i. 169, 170)” (http://www.bible.ca/islam/islam-moon-god-hubal.htm)

“Hubal, an Arabian god whose worship was fostered in Mecca by the Khuza’i ‘Amr b. Luhayy [q.v.] in the first half of the 3rd century A.D. Represented at first by a baetyl, like most of the Arab deities, it was later personified, with human features, by a statue made of cornelian, with the right arm truncated (cf. Judges III, 15, XX, 16) and which the Kuraysh’s are said to have replaced by a golden arm (al-Azraki, Akhbar Makka, ed. Wustenfeld, Leipzig 1858, 74). (The Encyclopaedia Of Islam, New Edition, Edited By B. Lewis, V. L. Menage, Ch. Pellat And J. Schacht, 1971, HUBAL page 536)…There may be some foundation of truth in the story that Qusayy had travelled in Syria, and had brought back from there the cult of the goddesses al- ‘Uzza and Manat, and had combined it with that of Hubal, the idol of the Khuzaca. It has been suggested that he may actually have been a Nabataean. (Mohammed, Maxime Rodinson, 1961, translated by Anne Carter, 1971, p 38-49)” (http://www.bible.ca/islam/islam-moon-god-hubal.htm)

Baal Hammon with one broken hand

Baal Hammon, properly Baʿal Hammon or Hamon (Puniclbʻl ḥmn), was the chief god of Carthage. His female cult partner was Tanit Ancient Greek writers identified him with the Titan CronusIn ancient Rome, he was identified with SaturnGreco-Roman sources report that the Carthaginians burned their children as offerings to Baʿal Hammon. 

So you can see that Hubal in fact did have one hand and not only that, the Quaryish tribe (modern day Hashemites) gave him a gold one in its place. I wonder if this hidden hand or the evil hand with the eye in the palm was associated and connected to Hubal? I couldn’t find any other “god” who had one hand other than Tyr the Norse god, the Aztec god Huitzilopochtli and Nuada the one with the silver arm. He “was the god of war. He was also known as the god of the sun, human sacrifice and patron of the city of Tenochtitlan. He originally was a tribal wizard god of the Nahuas people that had a lesser importance compared to Tlaloc and Quetzalcoatl. The Aztec ruler called Tlacaelel changed the religion of his time and elevated Huitzilopochtli divinity to that of Tlaloc and made him a sun god. What is interesting about this god is a legend recorded in the Aubin Codex. It says the Aztecs were originally from a place called Aztlan and it was Huitzilopochtli who ordered them to leave and find a new home which became Tenochtitlan. In Aztec iconography Huitzilopochtli is painted with a black face. He is adorned with various feathers possibly that of the humming bird and he is shown holding a scepter shaped like a snake. His other arm or hand is hidden behind a mirror sometimes fastened to four planks.” (http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread874899/pg1)

Now most come to the conclusion that a king would lose his hand to take his warrior status away and this would make it difficult for one to fight in battle. Another theory is that when “aliens” showed up to ancient civilizations, their “generals or leaders” would for whatever reason have one hand. Nuada was no different. He was a one handed warrior but instead of having a gold hand, he had a silver hand. “Nuada was the first king the Tuatha Dé Danann, equivalent to the Gaulish Nodens and Welsh Nudd/Ludd.  He was also called Nuada Airgetlám (Nuada of the Silver Hand/Arm) or Lludd Llaw Eraint (Lludd of the Silver Hand). Nuada was the god of the sea, healing, and warfare, linked to the Roman gods Mars and Neptune, and also the Norse god Týr/Tir.  He is also associated with the sun, youth, beauty, writing, sorcery and magic.” (https://thecelticjourney.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/nuada-of-the-silver-arm/)

Something that I had come across that may not be related to any of this, but found it interesting, is a neurological disease called Alien Hand Syndrome. It is when people cannot control the use of one of their hands and it does something on its own. “Alien hand syndrome (AHS) is a condition in which a person experiences their limbs acting seemingly on their own, without control over the actions.[1] The term is used for a variety of clinical conditions and most commonly affects the left hand.[2] There are many similar names used to describe the various forms of the condition but they are often used inappropriately.[3] The afflicted person may sometimes reach for objects and manipulate them without wanting to do so, even to the point of having to use the controllable hand to restrain the alien hand.[4] While under normal circumstances, thought, as intent, and action can be assumed to be deeply mutually entangled, the occurrence of alien hand syndrome can be usefully conceptualized as a phenomenon reflecting a functional “disentanglement” between thought and action.”
“Alien hand syndrome is best documented in cases where a person has had the two hemispheres of their brain surgically separated,[citation needed] a procedure sometimes used to relieve the symptoms of extreme cases of epilepsy. It also occurs in some cases after brain surgery, stroke, infection, tumor, aneurysm and specific degenerative brain conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease and Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease.[citation needed] Other areas of the brain that are associated with alien hand syndrome are the frontal, occipital, and parietal lobes.” (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_hand_syndrome)

So their seems to be something to this handed god. We just looked at three “gods” who all have the same conection, having one hand. We see this in movies too. I recently wrote about the new Mummy here and I suggest you take a look at it to see this conection. You also see the one hand symbolism in the father/son Star Wars duo Darth Vader (Anakin) and Luke Skywalker. And notice they were father/son. Does that remind you of Osiris/Horus and Nimrod/Tammuz? You also see it with the hero from Army of Darkness and his “boomstick” being connected to his “hand”. Remember Captain Hook and his one hand and one eye? What about Voldemort from Harry Potter and his sliver hand. You can even see this in Pop Culture with Michael Jackson wearing the one glove covering the hand and then Beyonce also started to do it. There are more but I think you get the point. This is a “shout out” to something and my guess it’s to Hubal.

How does this all relate to True Grit?
How does this all relate to True Grit? Rooster Cogburn is a one-eyed U.S. Marshal who doles out his own brand of frontier justice, not caring much for the niceties of the legal system. When we first meet him, he’s being forced under cross-examination to admit that he’s killed 23 men while working as a marshal. It’s clear he’d rather be behind a rifle sight than on the witness stand. Like Odhinn, Cogburn is comfortable with lying to his enemies (he exaggerates the number of marshals he has with him when attempting to take on a crew of bandits in a cabin). Like Cocles, he attacks his enemy with wild behavior. In the climactic fight scene, Cogburn takes on the four men of the Lucky Ned Pepper gang with abandon—his two revolvers drawn and the reins of his horse between his teeth. In Charles Portis’ novel, from which True Grit was adapted, Cogburn is described as “snapping his head from side to side to bring his good eye into play.” In the film, we see a menacing look in his eye when his teeth take the reins. Earlier in the film he tells Mattie of a time he pulled a similar stunt against seven men.

Contrast Cogburn’s approach with Mattie’s. Her precocious, legalistic manner is established right from the beginning of True Grit. Early in the film, she threatens a horse trader with a “writ of replevin.” (The bewildered horse trader replies “a what?”) When she finally comes face-to-face with Tom Chaney, the man she is trying to bring to justice for killing her father, she shoots intending to subdue him, not to kill. Even after she has been taken hostage by Chaney and the Pepper gang, she talks of swearing affidavits to his good behavior so that his sentence may be more humane. Yet at the end of the film Mattie shoots Chaney with intent to kill—the pressing needs of justice having forced her to act outside the legal code she has heretofore championed. The kickback of the gun knocks her over into a pit, where she suffers a snakebite that will cause her to lose her left arm. *

Are Rooster and Mattie modern manifestations of the ancient allegorical characters Dumezil studied? Or are they merely two different personality types: the charismatic, devil-may-care swaggerer and the exacting, careful planner—Dionysus and Apollo, Oscar and Felix. Whether Portis is familiar with Dumezil is unclear—the novelist keeps to himself. A spokesman for the Coens assured me the brothers are not aware of Mitra-Varuna: An Essay on Two Indo-European Representations of Sovereignty. Still, the myths Dumezil compiled and explicated do illuminate the novel and the film, regardless of whether the author or filmmaker knew his work directly. They remind the reader or viewer that this isn’t just the story of a young girl with great pluck, but something of an origins myth as well.

In the stories Dumezil analyzes, the one-eyed and one-armed gods act in concert to save the state in an emergency, but they really represent different moments in statehood: creation and conservation, or founding and running. True Grit, too, is a story about the founding of a nation, or more accurately, the closing of the frontier and the birth of modern America. The film ends in 1903, when Cogburn dies after having performed for years in a Wild West show, a sorry imitation of the real West in which he thrived. By the time of his death, the frontier had closed, depriving Cogburn of his natural element and forcing him, like Buffalo Bill, into a representation of that element.

It took men like Cogburn to tame the wilderness and its outlaws and establish order. (To say nothing of appropriating the land of the native peoples who first inhabited that wilderness—True Grit is curiously short on Indians, despite being set in Choctaw territory.) They paved the way for the stable, business-friendly climate of the America in which Mattie will grow up, where laws and contracts will rule. Though she’s forced to act outside the law to exact vengeance on her father’s killer, Mattie appreciates the institutions of civilization. “I love my church and my bank,” she says in Portis’ novel, a line that Cogburn could never utter. Order has been established, now it needs a steady hand to manage it and business-oriented individuals to thrive within it. Mattie was born at the end of the Civil War and is only about 38 when Rooster dies in 1903. Her life illustrates just how fleeting the Wild West’s moment really was—but her lost arm is a reminder of what it took to subdue it.

Correction, Feb. 8, 2011: The article originally misspelled Fenrir. ( Return to the corrected sentence.) It also originally stated that Mattie loses her right arm. (Return to the corrected sentence.)

(Paul Devlin is a regular contributer to The Root and the editor of Rifftide: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones.) (http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/the_oscars/2011/02/oneeyed_gods_and_onearmed_gods.html)

Alan Dundes in his 1989 book Folklore Matters makes mention of the cut off hand folklore. He believes that the term “giving your hand in marriage” comes from this. This makes me think of a covenant for obvious reasons. And the one covenant that comes to mind is Baalberith, the ultimate covenant to those who reject God and bow to the Lord of the Flies, Beelzebub. Now when looking at scripture, there is a verse that stands out that mentions a withered arm and blinded eye. It comes from Zechariah 11:17. “Woe to the idol shepherd that leaveth the flock! the sword shall be upon his arm, and upon his right eye: his arm shall be clean dried up, and his right eye shall be utterly darkened.” Albert Barnes in his commentary on this verse connects this shepherd to the man of sin of 2nd Thessalonians. He says, “The right arm, the symbol of might, and the right eye which was to direct its aim, should fail together, through the judgment of God against him. He, lately boastful and persecuting shall become blind and powerless, bereit alike of wisdom and strength. The “right” in Holy Scripture being so often a symbol of what is good, the left of what is evil, it may be also imagined, that (Osorius), “the left eye, that is, the acumen and cunning to devise deadly frauds, will remain uninjured: while the ‘right eye,’ that is, counsel to guard against evil, will be sunk in thick darkness. And so, the more he employs his ability to evil, the more frantically will he bring to bear destruction upon himself:”

We see this verse being symbolic of Osiris (as Barnes mentioned above) with his all seeing left eye. Some believe this all seeing eye is represented by the eye of Horus but with that said, Horus is supposed to be the resurrected Osiris. So to them its one in the same. And when looking at the withered arm, we can see this conection to Hubal…the chief god in Mecca and of the Quaryish tribe. One interesting thing I want to mention when translating this Hebrew word for blinding the right eye into Greek is what it means. The word εκτυφλούμενος is used and comes from ektrōma. It actually can mean an “untimely birth or abortion” that is something born out of due time. I’m not saying anything here but that I do find it interesting that this false sign that these people are claiming for 9/23/17 is in fact an “untimely birth”. This will be a spiritual miscarriage for those who are waiting for some “rapture”.

And remember when I mentioned cutting off the hand as a sign of a covenant ie taking your hand in marriage? We see a taking away the right eye covenant in 1st Samuel 11:2. “And Nahash the Ammonite answered them, On this condition will I make a covenant with you, that I may thrust out all your right eyes, and lay it for a reproach upon all Israel.” And this King of the Ammonites (modern Jordan) has the name nâchâsh or should we say serpent. Yep, the same serpent from the garden. There is a typology of all of this and you Baalberith. “Theodoret observes, “He who opposes his shield to the enemy with his left hand, thereby hides his left eye, and looks at his enemy with his right eye; he therefore who plucks out that right eye makes men useless in war.” Josephus gives the same reason.” (Adam Clarke Commentary)

Let me go ahead and mention that an Allat the goddess statue was also found with a missing arm/hand. I’m sure this is because of being vandalised but it was still interesting because of the Hubal connection to here. Also look at the coin of Allat and the hand with an eye on it. This will make more sense when reading about the Hamsa below.

I’ll now move onto the next section about this hand but I’ll leave you with this. The one hand and one eye symbolism is obviously antchrist and in this modern day represents the Antichrist system of government. Committing idolatry with this world system that is represented as a woman should be avoided at all costs. If you look at what Jesus says in a spiritual light it makes a lot of sense knowing what we know about this one hand/one eyed symbolism. “But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart. And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell. And if thy right hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body should be cast into hell.” (Matthew 5:28-30) Do away with this idolatrous system altogether.


Hidden Hand of Freemasonry

Now I also want to bring up the Freemasonic connection to this hidden hand. This hidden hand is mentioned in the 7th Royal Arch Degree. But not only is the hidden hand mentioned, they give their initiates the hidden name of their god. His name is Jahbulon. I find it interesting that both of these come from the Royal ARCH Degree out of all the degrees. 

“Figure 34 shown here is taken directly from Duncan’s Masonic Ritual and Monitor (3rd Edition). It pictures the Royal Arch Mason performing the magical Sign of the Master of the Second Veil, which I informally and more informatively call here the Sign of the Hidden Hand of the Men of Jahbuhlun. 

According to Duncan’s the candidate presents this sign when he is approached by three sojourners from Babylon. Their objective: Rebuild the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem and eventually establish a world empire of the Jews. 

In his teaching course on Ancient Masonry, C.C. Zain of The Brotherhood of Light explains that the ritual for this degree requires a keen understanding of astrology. But, its performance is said to be derived from a passage in the scriptures. “The sign is made,” writes Zain, “by thrusting the hand into the bosom and again drawing it out.”9 The official Masonic explanation for this sign—a myth intended to divert the profane from the truth — is that it refers to the fourth chapter of Exodus in the Bible :

“And the Lord said unto Moses, put now thine hand into thy bosom; and he put his hand into his bosom; and when he took it out, behold his hand was leprous as snow.”

Leprous, indeed, is the hand of the Mason who vainly seeks to hide and coverup his fides oath of allegiance to Jahbuhlun, his sacred God. But, believe me, there is no relationship of the Mason to Moses, a prophet of God who loyally worshipped the true I AM, the God who reigns for all eternity in heaven.” (https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/codex_magica/codex_magica04.htm)

“Therefore, the name of the horrible God whom the Masons worship must stay hidden. The name and identity of the hidden God must be concealed at all costs, and thus an appropriate hand sign has been devised to represent this grotesque coverup: the Sign of the Hidden Hand.” (https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/codex_magica/codex_magica04.htm)

So why is the hidden hand and the hidden name of their god a part of the 7th York Rite/13th Scottish Rite Degree of the Royal Arch? Because this hand symbolism tells fellow Masons of the Craft that this is the god they follow. But is he really called Jahbulon like they say?

“The ‘hidden hand’ can, in fact, be found in the rituals of the Royal Arch Degree of Freemasonry and the world leaders that use this sign are subtly saying to other initiates of the order: ‘This is what I’m part of, this is what I believe in and this is what I’m working for’….The Royal Arch Degree (the 13th degree of the Scottish Rite or the 7th degree of the York Rite) is also known as the Mason of the Secret. During this Degree, initiates are said to receive great Masonic truths….It is during this degree that the initiate learns the sacred name of God.”        -Vigiliant Christian

jaHBuLon or HuBaL?

Here is something I published on my Facebook page I Don’t Care If Anyone Reads This on February 15th questioning if Jahbulon was actually the real secret hidden mane of their god. I wonder if this was just a front for the real hidden name of their god? Here is what I wrote:
If you had a secret, would you dare tell anyone? Would you especially tell someone you didn’t want to know? Isn’t that the point of a secret, to not tell anyone. I know that if I had a secret, I wouldn’t tell a soul.

So Freemasonry has a secret. This secret is the secret name of their god Jahbulon. Initiates learn this secret name during the 3rd Degree (Master Mason) or what they call the Royal Arch Degree. The problem is this though, its not a secret anymore. The first time this secret name came out in print was in the 18th Century. “The current Moderns ritual, and the composite name, was invented by the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons according to the Old Institution, 1751 (The Antients). Acceptance of it as the completion of the third or Master Mason’s degree was a pre-requisite for the agreed capitulation by The Grand Lodge of London in 1813, which allowed the formation of The United Grand Lodge of England. Prior to this The Grand Lodge of London stated that Craft freemasonry consists of three degrees and three degrees only, the Entered Apprentice, the fellow Craft, and the Master Mason.” (http://grandlodge.blogspot.com/)
So you can see that the conception of this secret name Jahbulon started in the 18th century. The name Jahbulon is a composite name made up of three parts – “Jah”, being the Hebrew name for God… “Bul” refers to the Babylonian deity Baal and “On” refers to the Egytpian deity Osiris. When I “discovered” this secret name years ago, my first thought was of this unholy trinity. Jah (the father), Bul (the son) and On (the antichrist spirit). This made sense to me being that Osiris was Apollo/Nimrod and he was to come out of the abyss as this king Apollyon/Abbadon. I still believe this king is the literal spirit of Satan in its full culmination of his antichrist kingdoms. 
But over the years this revealing of the secret name didn’t make any sense. Do you honestly think this ancient order of Babylonian and Egyptian Mystery Schools was going to reveal this name that easy? Now (presently) I don’t think so because hundreds of thousands of Masons and non-Masons alike now know this secret. And remember, its supposed to be a “secret”. Now there are meme’s of this secret…that doesn’t sound much like a secret now does it?

So maybe there is a secret name of their demonic god and its hidden in another secret name? Maybe it’s right before our eyes and we just aren’t seeing it. Maybe its associated to Tubal-Cain who the Masons revere. And maybe it goes back to the beginning with Cain and his parents? Maybe it’s who the religious Jews call “The Name” because they show reverence to their father the Devil? Because if you remember, at one point no one was supposed to know the secret name of God YHWH. But know we know it, its Jesus. 
Maybe they will know their secret name when they eventually go through this Royal Arch portal? Do you get what I’m saying? So could this secret hidden demonic name be inside this composite of what we are all told is the secret name jaHBuLon? Look close…what do you see? HBL=Hubal.


Hamsa: The Evil Hand

I have wrote about this evil hand a few weeks ago but I need to repost what I wrote because its very relevant to this one hand study. And notice the statues of Allat with here left arm and hand missing. I’m sure its just a coincidence. I suggest you read the whole study here (https://hiddeninthecrag.wordpress.com/2017/06/17/a-few-updates-on-the-arch-in-arona-allat-and-hubal/) Here is an excerpt from this paper. “One last thing I want to mention. There was also a coin that represented Allat. It had the palm of a hand with an eye on it. Remember what I wrote a few weeks ago about Israelis Jubilee celebration? They were puttong images of the Hamsa on the Roman Antonio Fortress wall. A HAND with an EYE on the palm. I will soon post what this hand and eye represents in the next blog. Lets just say it has everything to do with Hubal.

I did this short article on the Hamsa/Jubilee conection in May. “The Jerusalem Jubilee celebration is coming up evidently. I saw a preview of the light show that they put up on YouTube. Notice the eye and the hand with the eye on it. The hand is called “hamsa” in Arabic and means five. This is to ward off the evil eye and this is just a variation of making your hand into the devil horns (the gypsy way). This is also called the hand of Fatima (Mohammads daughter) or the hand of Miriam (Moses sister). This is a Kabbalistic thing no doubt about it. Now you should have no problem seeing who these people are thanking for their being in spiritual slavery.

Watch preview of the Jubilee light show.

What is the hamsa?

Now notice who this Hamsa represents according to Judaism, Christians (really Catholics) and Muslims. “All of these different culture have their own interpretation of the symbol:
In Judaism they refer to it as the hand of Miriam, to honor the sister of Moses.
In Levantine Christianity it’s known as the hand of Mother Mary, after Jesus’ mother.
In Islam it’s known as the hand of Fatima, after Muhammad’s daughter.
The earliest known appearance of the Hamsa was in ancient Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq area). Here it could be seen in the amulets worn by certain female goddesses. From there, it’s theorized it spread to Egypt as a two-finger amulet representing Osiris and Isis.” 

Now let me stop right there fur a minute before I go on with this article. It says it comes from Mesopotamia, the same place Hubal and Allat came from. And all three religions say it represents three woman. Moses sister Miriam, Jesus’ mother Mary and Mohammads daughter Fatima. The common denominator for these three is the connection to mother/child cult and Catholicism and Islam equate “Mary” and Fatima (read that article for the Dianna Queen of Heaven connection) as this same higher power ie goddess. Also there is a connection to Mohammad in Petra and Moses in Petra, where Allat and her all seeing eye hand was worshipped. We also see the Osiris/Isis conection to this Hamsa. 

Lets read on. “Depending on who you ask, the Hamsa may mean different things. But its symbology means very different things to Hindus and Buddhists. For Hindus and Buddhists, it symbolizes the interplay of the chakras, the energy flow in the body, the five senses, and the mudras that effect them.

Each finger has it’s own energy:
Thumb- Fire element, solar plexus chakra.
Forefinger- Air element, heart chakra.
Middle Finger- Ethereal elements, throat chakra.
Ring Finger- Earth element, root chakra.
Pinkie Finger- Water element, sacral chakra.

These energies can be combined to change the flow of energy in the body and heal psychological and physical ailments.” (http://blog.sivanaspirit.com/hamsa/)
Now they say that this hand and fingers are to be used/represents as healing the body. Well, this sounds like an inversion of the five fold ministry mentioned in Ephesians 4:11-13. “And He gave some as apostles, and some as prophets, and some as evangelists, and some as pastors and teachers, for the perfecting of the saints for the work of ministry, for the building up of the body of Christ, until we all arrive to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ;” (LOGOS Bible) 

Here is the interesting thing about how some pastors explain with five fold ministry. They use the HAND as an example. One of the purposes of this five fold ministry is to edify the BODY. This Hamsa is an inverted version of the five fold ministry example that is used today. But we can see that it actually represents Allat, Hubal and the wedjat or Eye of Horus.

One other thing I want to bring up is the symbolism with the crossing of the arms that Sunni Muslims do. The term Qabd refers to folding arms (right hand over the left hand) and Sadl refers to keeping your arms or hands by your side at the time of prayers.  The Shiias support Sadl while the Sunnis uphold Qabd. I just thought this was interesting that Sunni’s do this form of worship And the Hashemites are Sunni’s. And notice they are hiding the left hand with the right hand on top. Below you will see King Abdullah II of The Hashemites do this. 

And this brings me to the modernized American symbolism of the hidden hand. It is a fact that America was founded on Masonic principles. I’m not going to get into what god they dedicated this land to but I believe the ones who prevailed were Masons. This isn’t saying that their weren’t some Christians back then who believed and accepted Jesus as the Messiah, but those who didn’t had the stronger will of the two. That is how this country was formed. They were theists and those who believed in a deity. We just didn’t know what deity and what god they served. My assumption is Baal is who they made a covenant with. We can see Baal worship from pop culture to movies to groups like Planned Parenthood. To deny this is just plain ignorance. 

With all that said, according to the flag code, the American flag is a living entity.  (para. 8(j)): “(j) No part of the flag should ever be used as a costume or athletic uniform. However, a flag patch may be affixed to the uniform of military personnel, firemen, policemen, and members of patriotic organizations. The flag represents a living country and is itself considered a living thing. Therefore, the lapel flag pin being a replica, should be worn on the left lapel near the heart.”

George Washington: First President and Freemason

This excerpt comes from Yashua Emanuel. Make note that I could careless about Kaepernick. His “reason” is not the real reason why we as Christians should not acknowledge pledging your allegiance to a flag. Bottom line…This is idolatry. This was posted on September 18yh, 2016. Post starts here:

“THE MESSIAH WOULD NOT STAND AND FACE & GIVE HONOR TO NO FLAG!! PERIOD!!

“#Kaepernick is currently one of the most hated people in America, but for what? Wouldn’t the Messiah do the same exact thing and not stand giving honor to a flag? Even though Kaepernick is doing it for a particular reason, the fact that people are upset because he won’t stand up  says alot about peoples character. 

Did you know that according to U.S Law Code the Flag is considered a “living thing “? So the real reason its such a big deal to not stand and give this thing Honor with your “heart” is because the Government believes it to be ALIVE. To them its not just some inanimate object made of cloth, but a “living thing” representing a “living country”. Now I know its more to the phase “The American spirit “then just a slogan.  Read it for yourself…..

U.S. CODE › TITLE  36 › SUBTITLE  I › PART A › CHAPTER  3 › § 301 – NATIONAL ANTHEM 

Conduct During Playing.—During a rendition of the national anthem—

(1) when the flag is displayed—

(A&B) Are military orders (C) is for civilians 

(C) ALL other persons present should FACE THE FLAG and STAND at ATTENTION with their RIGHT HAND OVER THE HEART, and men not in uniform, if applicable, should REMOVE  their HEADRESSES with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder, the HAND being OVER the HEART; and

(2) when the FLAG is not displayed, all present should FACE TOWARD THE  MUSIC and ACT in the SAME MANNER they would if THE FLAG  WERE DISPLAYED.

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/36/301

*THE FLAG CODE *

(Title 4, United States Code, Chapter 1)

(Section 8)

(J)”THE FLAG  represents a living country and is itself CONSIDERED  LIVING THING . Therefore, the LAPEL FLAG  PIN being a REPLICA, should be WORN on the LEFT LAPEL NEAR THE HEART.”

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/4/8

All this sounds very similar to when The King of Babylon Nebuchadnezzar set up his Image of worship and when the MUSIC PLAYED “All present ” had to FACE THE IMAGE Bow down and Worship. (Daniel 3:5)

Diffrence being people don’t bow down, they ONLY>>> face the flag, remove their hat, place hand over heart to the living entity called the U.S FLAG standing at attention??What!?<<<<You have to have NO sense of reality if you think that’s ok and that our MESSIAH would do that….. PERIOD.

What about the PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE to this Flag?? Would Yahshua The Messiah Pledge his Allegiance to a Flag??? We ALL know the Answer to that. NO!!!

4 U.S. Code § 4 – Pledge of allegiance to the flag; manner of delivery

US Code

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag: “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”, should be rendered by standing at attention FACING the FLAG with the right hand over the HEART .When not in uniform men should remove any non-religious headdress with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder, the HAND being over the HEART.

So People Idolize it, remove their hats for it, face it, with hands over heart.?? Yeah its a IDOL! 

End post

Here is an article from the 1st Amendment Center. http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/the-new-golden-calf

Here is an article from zero hedge.com. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-09-10/american-golden-calf

http://personalliberty.com/american-golden-calf/

http://personalliberty.com/one-nation-indivisible/

http://www.ushistory.org/documents/pledge.htm

I suggest you read all of these links.

The Smithsonian wrote an interesting article in 2016 entitled “The Rules About How to Address the U.S. Flag Came About Because No One Wanted to Look Like a Nazi”. I’m going to qoute this article so you can get an idea about the history of how to saluting the flag came about.

“But where did the idea to regulate the way Americans choose to respect the flag come from, anyway? As it turns out, the U.S. Flag Code dates back to the not-too-distant year of 1942. The decision to enact began with the Pledge of Allegiance—a ritual that used to involve a salute that required you to raise your right hand, flip your palm down, point it toward the flag in a salute and recite the words. These instructions might seem unthinkable today for obvious reasons—they’re reminiscent of rows of Nazis saluting their Fuhrer. But believe it or not, they date from the beginning of the Pledge itself.

As Bob Greene writes for CNN, the right-handed salute is part of the Pledge’s strange history. Originally known as the Bellamy Salute, the gesture came to be in the 1890s, when the Pledge of Allegiance was written by Francis J. Bellamy. The Christian socialist minister was recruited to write a patriotic pledge to the American flag as part of magazine mogul Daniel Sharp Ford’s quest to get the flag into public schools.

““At a signal from the Principal,” Bellamy wrote, “the pupils, in ordered ranks, hands to the side, face the Flag. Another signal is given; every pupil gives the flag the military salute—right hand lifted, palm downward, to a line with the forehead and close to it. Standing thus, all repeat together, slowly, ‘I pledge allegiance to my Flag…’” (The words of the Pledge itself have a long and contentious history of their own, as Amy Crawford wrote for Smithsonian magazine last year. (http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/pledge-allegiance-pr-gimmick-patriotic-vow-180956332/)).”

“Now that the one-armed salute smacked more of totalitarianism than of American patriotism, Americans abandoned the gesture that had been a symbol of national unity for 50 years. The 1942 U.S. Flag Code attempted to distance the Pledge of Allegiance from the country’s avowed enemies, instructing saluters to put their right hand over their heart while reciting the Pledge, and also included instructions for people to salute the flag with their right hand over their heart while listening to “The Star-Spangled Banner.” (Though the song was written back in 1814, it had only been the United States’ official anthem since 1931.)”

 (http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/rules-about-how-to-address-us-flag-came-about-because-no-one-wanted-to-look-like-a-nazi-180960100/#VbhsxQxk2Zg8vV1i.99)

Let me also add that the pledge of your allegiance didn’t always say “under god” in it. “The original version of the Pledge of Allegiance did not include the words “under God.” The patriotic oath – attributed to a Baptist minister named Francis Bellamy and published in a children’s magazine in September 1892 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ voyage to America –  read: “I pledge allegiance to my flag and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Congress added “Under God” to the Pledge in 1954 – during the Cold War. Many members of Congress reportedly wanted to emphasize the distinctions between the United States and the officially atheistic Soviet Union.” (http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2013/09/04/5-facts-about-the-pledge-of-allegiance/)

So I think the question that should be asked is #1) who do you pledge your allegiance to when pledging to specifically an American flag? #2) And what god and/or flag (which is a living entity according to the flag code) are you pledging to? And #3) when placing your right hand over your heart, are you symbolically doing what Freemasonry does in the Royal Arch Degree signifying who your are pledging your allegiance to? I would speculate yes you are. And to who? Is say you are making a covenant with Baal ie Hubal ie SIN.

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  1. Thank you for this incredible amount of information. The use of the hand as a symbol of what’s happening in uniting all religions is very interesting. The mark of the beast is to be on the right hand too. And worship of the American flag makes so much sense. How many churches have the flag on the pulpit along with the cross? I’ve always thought that’s not right. And I think the biggest obstacle for many Christians in America today is that they cannot let go of “America the Great”. They worship the power of America over God. Thank you for all your research on the hand over the heart, facing the flag etc. Your article makes it all so much clearer.

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    1. Fred I think you were the one who made that comment on another article I posted. You were the one who peaked my interest on Tyr, Tuesday and Freemasonry. I want to thank you for mentioning that. I started writing this just after you wrote that and it took me quiet awhile to get it finished. I do appreciate it and thank you.

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