A father image evolves in the sky,
while judgment stays with the Queen of Sheba.
And, because of unmitigated gall in ancient kings,
the livers of kind men will feed eagles forever.

Figure 1
If we keep the women in the dark, they will be happy.


Figure 2
This guard dog can be a good defense mechanism.


Figure 3
It doesn't matter that it is a dog from Hades, we are on a course of abduction.


Figure 4
Come be my queen and I will take you to Seventh Heaven, and come back to rescue your friends and mother in a little while.


Figure 5
I am a straight shooter, so don't let my poker face fool you. I will conquer.


Figure 6
Common sense says that might is not right when it over extends itself.


Figure 7
The Father Sky and Mother Earth approaches to wisdom are dramatically different.


Figure 8
Why does the West fail to see the obvious? The sphere is worn out on the axis drilled by mistake. That can only mean it was used to guide kings and paupers along the route it defines. Note that the meridians are zodiac astrological meridians, not celestial meridians.


Figure 9
These are the stars and constellations that are visible on the al-Sufi celestial sphere.


Figure 10
Surprise! Surprise! We have found the entrance to Seventh Heaven through the gateway of men.


Figure 11
Standing on the bottom hole of the al-Sufi celestial sphere is the symbol of Babylonian wisdom and conquest, riding on a peacock of fire. The Aryans were known as the "noble ones," but they were never known for their good judgment.


Figure 12
The vernal equinox passes through Hagar and Ishmael, who established twelve kingdoms of his own.


Figure 13
And on the summer solstice we find the Epic of Gilgamesh. What did we expect, the Orisis of Ramsses II, or Alexander the Great?!!


Figure 14
And now, the least surprising of all, we are brought to Judgment Day at the autumn equinox. Remember the lady and the lion in the abduction scene with Hades and Persephone previously? That is the lady, Demeter, at the meridian of the groin of the donkey man, with Seventh Heaven in her flower filled hand, and the skull and crossed bones in the pit of Hades behind her back.


Figure 15
At the winter solstice we are in the land of Saint George and the Dragon, but most importantly, this is the meridian of the Cerberus hound, that Hercules holds in his hand. This man is Ishmael before the circumcision. But, we must never forget that it takes a wild man to tame the Cerberus hound, and once a wild man, always a wild man.


Figure 16
Of course wisdom will feign the rescue of the abducted emotions, but in the story of the wild man, the child on the eagle's wings is more like Benjamin than Persephone. And Benjamin will raven like the wolf.


Figure 17
And when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the testimony which they held: And they cried with a loud voice, saying, "How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth?" And white robes were given unto every one of them; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, until their fellow servants also and their brethren, that should be killed as they were, should be fulfilled. Rev 6:10-11


Figure 18
Something is eating at me!? Now that the Day of Judgment has come and gone. According to the Koran, it was not supposed to come for 50,000 years. But, 50,000 years from Adam, or from the first moment the stars were read? Or, are we to interpret Adam as the first man who spoke to God through the heavenly hosts? If the voices of the heavenly hosts are why men pray, then Judgment Day comes without a schedule, for it is the eternal process of any conscious intent, whether mortal, or Divine.


Figure 19
Abraham discharged his first born son, Ishmael, to the wilderness after the circumcision of his second born son, Isaac. Isaac gave birth to Jacob, and Jacob's seed Benjamin was born into a world without a mother figure. Mother Nature has since been ravaged, as by a wolf, by the seeds of Abraham. It is time for the seeds of both prodigal sons to forgive the Aryan father, Abraham, and return to the vision of more ancient ancestors. The Aryan race is just a frame of mind that says, "We are nobler than you, and what is yours belongs to me." This peacock attitude has caused many a man-child to lose his way in the wilderness. But, a loving mother-father welcomes all lost souls, if they would simply come back into the light where Persephone walked into darkness long long ago.


Figure 20
This picture needs no explanation, but there is another story about the restoration of emotions behind it, too.

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