Monday, January 30, 2017

The Song of Laughing Boy

"Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don’t bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality. Wake Up and Live!" 
Bob Marley ~
Temple of Isis in Philae, Egypt. (c. 1923) Brooklyn Museum Archives. (Brooklyn Museum)

Isis, An Egyptian Goddess 

Who Spread Her Wings 

Across Europe

:::: Mysteries of Isis ::::

Mysteries of Isis are the remnant of the original Goddess mysteries that were brought to Atlantis by the Central Race many hundreds of thousands of years ago. 

These mysteries were practiced uninterrupted for countless millennia on the surface of the planet in sacred temples dedicated to the Goddess. Living contact with the Goddess presence, the clear divine feminine archetype originating directly from the Source, was the basis of stability and harmony of the society.

After the interferences of the dark forces started on the planet, and especially after the Archon invasion 26,000 years ago, that perfect connection with the feminine aspect of the Source got interrupted.

Astara was a being from Sirius star system that took upon herself the task of preserving the Goddesss presence on the surface of the planet in the last 26,000 year cycle.

She was known as Aset to the Egyptians, Isis to the Greek and that is the name that is most widely used now.

Egyptian mystery schools tried to preserve the legacy of Atlantean mystery schools as pure as possible. Isis mysteries, as taught in the Egyptian and later Greco-Roman mystery schools, included the following:

The existence of divine plane of creation of pure Love and Light where no darkness can exist, and techniques to access that plane in your consciousness

The immortality of the Soul and the path to become that Soul

The protocol to avoid Archons and reach the realms of Light after death

The protocol to embody the Goddess presence and to become a living embodiment of that Goddess presence in all daily actions

The mysteries of the underground kingdom

The mysteries of the sacred union (hieros gamos).

Mysteries were taught only to the initiates, whereas the masses worshiped Isis as a personified deity, a protector that can help in times of trouble:

In the ancient world two millennia ago, Isis worship was the most popular and widespread religion across the Mediterranean:

Because of its tremendous impact on dissolving the Veil at that time, the Archons have devised a plan to hijack the evolving Christianity, turn it into a mind programming cult, suppress all Goddess worship and enforce the Nicene creed:

The mysteries of Isis had to go sub rosa (undercover).

Rosicrucian alchemists tried to revive them more that 1000 years later, but their real comeback only came in the 18th century, when Comte de Saint Germain initiated Cagliostro into the mysteries and gave him the task to spread those mysteries across Europe:

Cagliostro initiated many women of the French high society as instructed by Saint Germain, to reform and enlighten the society from within. These women were transmitting coded messages with sign language, as you can see in the following pictures (pay attention to the hand mudras):

Princess de Lamballe was the high priestess of Isis at that time, initiated by Cagliostro and in frequent contact with Saint Germain.

Mozart was a disciple of Cagliostro that spread the mysteries of Isis through his music, especially through his famous opera, the Magic Flute:

Christian Jacq has written a series of books about Mozart and his connection to the mysteries of Isis, that are much closer to the truth than it might appear:

Now it is time to revive the mysteries of Isis again.

You can do so by listening to the music:

By nurturing your sexual energy:

By connecting to the Goddess art from the past:

By connecting to the natural rhythms of time through the 13 moon calendar.

And by preparing for the Event by connecting to the Galactic Goddess:

Victory of the Light!



"The Lamps are different, but the Light is the same." ~ Rumi

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Gedrosia (GreekΓεδρωσία) is the Hellenized name of the part of coastal Baluchistan that roughly corresponds to today's Makran. The area which is named Gedrosia, in books about Alexander the Great and his successors, runs from the Indus River to the southern edge of the Strait of Hormuz. It is directly to the south of the countries of BactriaArachosia and Drangiana, to the east of the country of Carmania and due west of the Indus River which formed a natural boundary between it and Western India. The native name of Gedrosia might have been Gwadar as there are two towns by that name and a bay (Gwadar Bay) in central Makran. The Gedrosians are known to have successfully prevented the Indian Mauryans from capturing the western-most parts of their state. Following his army's refusal to continue marching east at the Hyphasis River in 326 BCE, Alexander the Great crossed the area after sailing south to the coast of the Indian Ocean on his way back to Babylon. Upon reaching the Ocean, Alexander the Great divided his forces in half, sending half back by sea to Susa under the command of Nearchus. The other half of his army was to accompany him on a march through the Gedrosian desert, inland from the ocean. Throughout the 60-day march through the desert, Alexander lost at least 12,000 soldiers, in addition to countless livestock, camp followers, and most of his baggage train. Some historians say he lost three-quarters of his army to the harsh desert conditions along the way. However, this figure was likely based on exaggerated numbers in his forces prior to the march, which were likely in the range of no fewer than 30,000 soldiers. There are two competing theories for the purpose of Alexander's decision to march through the desert rather than along the more hospitable coast. The first argues that this was an attempt to punish his men for their refusal to continue eastward at the Hyphasis River. The other argues that Alexander was attempting to imitate and succeed in the actions of Cyrus the Great, who had failed to cross the desert. The decision to cross the Gedrosian Desert, whatever his intentions, is regarded as the largest blunder in Alexander's Asiatic campaign. 


  • Bosworth, A. B. (1988). Conquest and Empire: The Reign of Alexander the Great. Canto. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521406796.
  • Heckel, Waldemar (2002). The Wars of Alexander the Great. Essential Histories. Osprey. ISBN 9781841764733.
  • Saul, David (2009). War: From Ancient Egypt to Iraq. Dorling Kindersley. ISBN 9781405341332.
Gedrosia is a dry, mountainous country along the northwestern shores of the Indian Ocean. It was occupied in the Bronze Age by people who settled in the few oases in the region. Other people settled on the coast and became known in Greek as Ichthyophagoi or 'Fish eaters'. The country was conquered by the Persian king Cyrus the Great (559-530 BCE), although information about his campaign is comparatively late. The capital of Gedrosia was Pura, which is probably identical to modern Bampûr, forty kilometers west of Irânshahr. Gedrosia became famous in Europe when the Macedonian king Alexander the Great tried to cross the Gedrosian desert and lost one third of his men. Several scholars have argued that the Persian satrapy Maka is identical to Gedrosia (which is a Greek name). One argument is the similarity of the name Maka to the modern name Makran, a part of Pakistan and Iran that is situated a bit more to the east. However, it is more likely that Maka is to be sought in modern Oman, which was called Maketa in Antiquity. >>>> The “Serbian DNA Project“ has managed to collect more than 30 autosomal DNA samples, from the Serbs, who were originally from the area of the entire former Yugoslavia. On this occasion, we publish the results K7b and K12b Ancestry admixture, with the intention to increase the number of samples and spreads to other calculators. Also, we intend to make comparisons of Serbian results with other results ethnic communities with whom we share a common history and geographical areas. All are welcome and invited to join us. We hope these results will serve all researchers in the field of genetic genealogy outside South Slavic-speaking area. 

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from the session 
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Prague, Czech Republic, 2016.
"The pure heart is a spotless mirror 
in which images of infinite beauty 
are reflected." 
~ Rumi ~

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