New Christ – Masonic prediction

A compass and a square with the letter “G” written inside is the main symbol of Freemasonry. This symbol contains a prediction of the future.

Until now, the interpretation of this symbol has been formal and superficial. For example, the interpretation of the letter “G”, as an abbreviation for such words as “God”, “Genius”, “Godzilla”, “Geometry”, “Galaxy”, “Geneva” is superficial and unsatisfied. The time has come, and Bogdan Georgievich Lisitsa will reveal the true deep meaning of this symbol.

Rhombus

The compass and the square form a rhombus.

The rhombus is one of the fundamental sacred symbols of humanity. Since the Neolithic times, this symbol has denoted the feminine principle associated with fertility and childbirth. Images of a rhombus are found on female images of the Stone Age, on ceramics of Asia Minor of the 4th millennium BC, in the tombs of Egypt, in the ornaments of ancient Persia, in African female tattoos on the belly, on Russian clothing and jewelry of the 11th – 19th centuries. The Slavs associated the rhombus with the Great Mother Earth.

The rhombus is a graphic image of the uterus, vulva, happiness, sometimes innocence and a diamond. The rhombus symbolizes the feminine creative principle, femininity, fertility, mother, motherhood, all-consuming maternal love, the Great Mother, the Holy Spirit. It is also a symbol of the darkness of the mother’s womb, the sea, primary waters, the abyss.

In the Orthodox tradition, the symbolism of the rhombus is associated with the Mother of God.

The rhombus is a symbol of the Great Mother, the Holy Spirit. The Great Mother gives birth to the Son of God, whose symbol is the letter “G”.

The letter “G”

The Etruscan alphabet was the basis for the Latin alphabet. In the Etruscan alphabet, the sound [g] was designated by a letter similar in spelling to C. Until the third century BC. in Latin, the letter C stood for both the sound [k] and the sound [g]. A remnant of this ambiguous designation has survived in the Roman tradition of abbreviating the names Guy and Gnaeus as C. and Cn.

Written sources mention the inventor of the letter G – Spurius Carvilius Ruga, the first Roman freedman who opened a fee-paying school, who lived around 230 BC. He added a vertical bar to the bottom of the C, and a new letter appeared.

The new letter was ranked seventh in the alphabet. In the archaic Latin alphabet, this place was occupied by the letter Z – by analogy with the Greek Ζ (zeta). Before, in 312 BC., the censor Appius Claudius Tsek, who was engaged in the reform of the alphabet, removed this letter as redundant. By the time of Spurius Carvilia, the place of the seventh letter in the alphabet remained “vacant”, empty, so it was easy to place a new letter here. The letter Z was returned to the Latin alphabet only in the 1st century BC., but already at the end of the alphabet.

Gamma letter

Gamma is the 3rd letter of the Greek alphabet. The Cyrillic letter Г and the Latin C, G originate from the letter gamma. The letter gamma has a numerical value of 3. It comes from the Phoenician letter Gaml.

Gaml letter

Gaml is the third letter of the Phoenician alphabet. There is an assumption that all letters of the Phoenician alphabet come from Egyptian hieroglyphs. Probably, originally the “Gaml” pictogram meant a camel in the Phoenician language. Hence the name of the letter.

From the letter Gaml originate the Greek letter “gamma”, the crillic “Г”, the Latin “C” and “G”.

Word

In the Slavic alphabet, the meaning of the Phoenician letter Gaml has been preserved.

Г – the fourth letter of the Slavic and most other Cyrillic alphabets. In the Old Church Slavonic alphabet it is called “глаголь / glagol”, that is, “to speak”, “verb”.

The Greek word “μιλώ / miló”, which means “to speak,” is close to the name of the letter Gaml.

The word is the basis for speaking. God creates through speaking, God creates with words.

The letter “G”, as well as the Latin letter C, the Greek letter Gamma, the Slavic letter “Г” and the Phoenician letter Gaml are the “word”.

The Son of God is the Word of God.

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
(John 1:1)

The letter “G” is the Son of God.

The letter “G” in the rhombus is the Great Mother, the Holy Spirit gives birth to the Son of God.

The letter “G” in a rhombus made of compasses and squares, as a Masonic symbol, appeared after the ascension of Jesus. This means that this symbol is a prediction of the birth of the New Christ. Jesus became God in 1914. He took the throne of God in the Pleiades and became the King of the Universe. The Merovingians, the first royal dynasty of France, were descendants of Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene. In 1977, Jesus gave birth to his beloved Son, his descendant from the Merovingian family, New Christ.

1. And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:
2. And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.
3. And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.
4. And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: and the dragon stood before the woman which was ready to be delivered, for to devour her child as soon as it was born.
5. And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God, and to his throne.
(Revelation 12:1-5)

Camel

The Phoenicians identified the letter Gaml with a camel.

The camel is a symbol and emblem of Asia and Arabia. The desert dwellers highly value camels and call this animal “the ship of the desert.” Ships are expensive, and the same can be said for camels. The camel is a symbol of royal power and dignity, vitality and endurance. Also, the camel symbolized trade and wealth.

The measure of weight in many countries of Asia was the camel pack of himl. The weight of himl in different countries was different, the average himl was close to the weight of 250 kg.

The ancient Persians associated a camel with a dragon.

For the ancient Romans, the camel was the personification of Arabia on coins.

In Christianity, the camel symbolizes royal blood, vitality, moderation, dignity, obedience and is associated with the Magicians and John the Baptist, who wore a camel-hair belt. The camel, kneeling to accept the burden, embodies humility.

Images of a camel are present on some coats of arms and flags of cities and regions.

In the city of Akhtubinsk, Astrakhan region, a monument to two camels Mashka and Mishka was erected. They served as the combat crew of the gun commander Sergeant Grigory Nesterov and pulled the cannon behind them, which made one of the first salvoes at the Reich Chancellery.

Camel is the Phoenician analogue of the Persian Farn.

Farn

Farn is a deity in the representation of the ancient Persians, associated with fire, light, warmth, prosperity, praise, glory. Farn is a divine essence that brings wealth, power and power, the material embodiment of the life-giving power of the Sun, divine fire. Farn is a symbol of royal power.

Farn acts both as an abstract sacred good idea and as a concrete material symbol, a divine character.

In the ideas of the first people, Farn was associated with food, which is often denoted by the same word or its derivatives in Iranian languages. Over time, Pharn began to be understood as happiness, share, destiny; in this sense, he is comparable to the analogous gods of Greek and Roman mythology – Tyche, Fortune.

On the icons, the saints are depicted with a halo on their heads. The concept of “halo” first appeared among the ancient Persians. Halo is Farn.

The word “farn” comes from the word “khvarn”, i.e. ram. The word “ram” and many other names for animals come from the word “speak”. In other words, when the first people learned to speak, they called the word “govor / speak” of animals, gods, leaders, kings. Sometimes the ancient Persians and related peoples identified Farn also with images of a gazelle or a deer. The image of a farn in the form of a ram or a gazelle / deer on a person’s clothes often testified to his belonging to the royal family.

Farn is the New Christ.

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