Friday, March 11, 2016
Five for Friday #29
Hi all, and welcome back to FIVE for FRIDAY. Let's get started.
Image #1: The Voynich Manuscript
Famous mystery time. Here's an excerpt from the famous book of mystery, the “Voynich Manuscript.” No one knows who wrote it, what the book's about, how old it is, what language it’s written in, if it’s written in code, or how many agents worked the subsidiary rights. Everyone's best guess is that it's a fake.
What Lynn Saw
"I get this is a channeled survival guide. It looks like a Pleiadian was the channeled source. The history of life was explained in conjunction with how to survive our ever-evolving environment. I get this manuscript was very ahead of its time. The reason the letters appear so strange is because it was not an earthly language being relayed."
[Apparently, that's what written Pleiadian looks like.]
Image #2: The Thing From Atlantis
This geometric thing apparently came from Atlantis. Did it? What is it?
What Lynn Saw
"Yes! It's some kind of a locking hinge system used to protect or to reinforce a vault. There's tons of gold and jewels in this vault. The other half of the hinge is missing. The vault does look mostly intact. It's at the bottom of the ocean (built from mostly stone). I get that this is actually a piece of the hinge that got stirred up from the ocean floor. I'm unsure of the exact chemical breakdown, but I do see it as being magnetic (and somehow magnets were part of the "key" to switch it from locked to unlocked."
Image #3: The Shugborough Inscription
This is a bit of a mess to explain. Called the “Shugborough Inscription,” this is a mystery many have tried to figure out over the years. It’s an inscription on an 18th C. tomb in Staffordshire, England, that resembles the now infamous “Et in Arcadia Ego” (“I am also in Arcadia”) rigamarole painting by Poussin, seen at far right, which alludes to the whole Rennes-le-Chateau mystery -- which you can read about HERE and HERE if you want, but I'm so over it. (The fact that Dan Brown lifted the whole "holy blood" thing from British journalists Henry Lincoln, Richard Leigh, and Michael Baigent's fine 1982 book, Holy Blood and Holy Grail is maddening.) Anyway, there’s this OTHER tomb in England that alludes to this... and it has yet another code (above) associated with it, appearing at the base of the tomb. Can you tell what the code means?
What Lynn Saw
"When I look at this, I see a sentence written out. Every letter is the first letter of a word of a famous latin saying, i think. For a latin scholar, this should be easy, as it's an easy latin phrase."
[Get to work, latin scholars. Like you have anything else to do?]
Image #4: We Got SPHERES That Jingle Jangle Jingle...
These objects were captured by cameras on the SOHO LASCO satellite back in 2009 — and again on Valentine’s Day, 2016. What are they? If they're ships (as Da-da suspects), who's inside and what do they want?
What Lynn Saw
"First thing I get is... this is a Blue Avian's ship. Their ship is encapsulated in a force field. In the first image, they were working on setting up a base on the far side of the moon; they want to be close to earth, but not right on top of us. They want EZ access. They're smart and methodical, and are waiting to see who wins, here. I feel like I don't trust them, entirely. [Are these the Sphere Beings?] They do feel like the Sphere Beings. [I then asked about Corey Goode's and David Wilcock's latest fear-based bugaboo, the "partial disclosure" timeline.] When Disclosure happens, I cannot see anything partial about it. It will fall like dominoes. There's a lot of fear out there -- too much fear. Part of the problem is that there is truth mixed with fiction and we have to sort through it all (and it can be exhausting)."
Image #5: I Told You Kids...
This story originally came from "Sorcha Faal,” rumored to be US Naval Intelligence. Anyway, apparently the Saudis discovered something here (see pic 1), at their most holy site, Mecca… and dug up this something, called “The Ark of Gabriel,” a device/weapon of “immense power” given to Muhammed by the Angel Gabriel, who told him, “DON’T TOUCH IT. IT BELONGS TO GOD.” Well, someone may have found it and touched it, as there was a plasma emission that caused a crane to fall on and kill over a hundred people at a mosque above the “construction site" (you may remember hearing this). Two weeks later, they tried to move the Ark again -- and this apparently happened (pic 2). ZAAAP.
The alleged object caused another “plasma emission” that apparently killed 4000 people and put tens-of-thousands into a panic…which the Saudis blamed on a random “panic stampede.” The next day, the Saudis apparently contacted the head of the Russian Orthodox Church [??], Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, and asked for help. [The Ark must've had his number on it.] THEN, a few months later, these two guys met in Cuba (pic 3).
AND THEN, as if that wasn't weird enough, a Russian Navy ARMADA just happened to stop in Saudi Arabia to apparently pick up this device and transport (pic 4) it to…
Of course. That's where we store all our arks. What the heck is going on here?
What Lynn Saw
"Ok, I'm getting something a little different. I see that thousands of years ago an ET visited and the locals took him for an angel. He brought some ET tech. The tool in question had to do with electricity. When it's activated, or moved, or positioned properly, it knows how to draw static electricity from the air, like a kind of air-capacitor. if it's moved or handled improperly, you can short-circuit it, whereas it emits a huge lightning bolt. I can hear it go SNAP. I can smell the ozone. It pretty much scared the Saudis, so they wanted to get it out of there; they didn't want to give it up, but they had no clue, so they asked the Russians to take it to Antarctica, where there are no property issues. [Aha.] Besides, there's an underground pyramid in Antarctica, and they think they can pair up these things and answer some questions. The Vatican's in on this, too, since they have lots of secrets; the Russians thought maybe they could help. I don't see this as, "The Lost Ark," but it works very similarly. The real Ark doesn't feel as unstable. I see what they found was working with the existing ley lines, somehow, so moving it was not a very bright think to do. They pretty much lost the ability to control it when they moved it from its very specific location. That was the reason for the electric reaction (it should not have been touched or moved). I see them spending lots of time, money and effort, but they won't get it to work in a positive, effective way." [I told you kids... HANDS OFF THE ARK. And next time... call Lynn first.]
Darn, that's the end. Da-da could do this all day. Oh, wait... he just did. Join us Friday after next for "Mover's of the Lost Ark," Episode #30. Bring your parka.