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    Fleur de Lis ( The Lily)

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    Fleur de Lis ( The Lily)

    Post by intrepidpixie on Wed Mar 18, 2009 12:02 am

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    The Fleur de Lis has always been an icon or symbolic representation with sacred significance. It has appeared in countless European coats of arms from the Medici`s Italian Province of Florence, to the emblem of French royalty ( dating back to the Merovingians), featured prominently in the Crown Jewels of England and Scotland, portrayed on Frescos of the Minoans, in 1800 BC Crete, and the Greeks associated it with their queen of the gods.

    But why?

    I stumbled upon this while researching some of the Kealey stuff:

    Apparently, Susa, the Middle Eastern city and capital of the ancient kingdom of Elam, now the city of Shūsh in present-day Iran, mentioned in Biblical narratives as Shushan, means The City of the Lilies . Susa in Hebrew means Lily. Semitic word Šušan, "Lily.

    "Until about 1300 AD lilies were found in depictions of Jesus, but gradually were associated with Mary. The Song of Solomon's "lily among thorns" ("lilium inter spinas"), is understood as a reference to Mary (Magdalene?) In almost all paintings depicting the Annunciation of Jesus, the Angel Gabriel is almost always holding a bouquet of lilies."


    Lilies are considered the perfect flower. Along with roses and dandilions, they are bisexual flowers. It is said that " the lily is symbolic of Davidic descent. While flowers in general symbolize the female reproductive organ, the lily is even more suggestive of a vulva than most. But unlike most flowers, the lily possesses a phallic rod which thrusts forth from its interior, making it uniquely hermaphroditic in its symbolism." The three petaled lily ( iris) supposedly represents the Holy Trinity.

    Another interesting theory on the lily as it related to the hexagram:

    The root of the symbol Hexagram derives from the flower Lilium Candidum which we call "Shoshan Tzahor" in Hebrew ( Shoshan means lily). It is known as the Madonna lily to the Western world. The flower lily is a hermaphrodite, consisting of six petals, the three outer ones known as sepals thus creating a two part, six pointed , hermaphrodite which is the source of the symbol hexagram.
    Hexagram is a six pointed star made up of Male fiery triangle and female watery triangle representing both sexes and connection of the two triangles representing the three outer sepals and three inner petals. It is mentioned in the bible relating to King Solomon. It is a wholly Jewish symbol which was adopted by many civilizations and religions over the 2500 years.
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    Re: Fleur de Lis ( The Lily)

    Post by Lucid Memes on Wed Mar 18, 2009 7:17 am

    I remember hearing Watt describe the secrets of the mysteries as an understanding of nature, of the male and female, and ultimately something revolving around breeding (sex). and although he doesn't go into exact detail, we all know now what he's talking about. Its interesting how that symbol, which is derived from nature, is analogous to the sexes and reproduction. like Jared always says, the mysteries are taken straight from nature

    The 6 pointed star, derived from lilies...i can see that

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    Re: Fleur de Lis ( The Lily)

    Post by intrepidpixie on Wed Mar 18, 2009 10:12 pm

    Indeed. Anyone who is familiar with the golden mean and Fibonacci numbers quickly realizes that nature gives us all the answers. Even the amount of petals on flowers always manifest in one of these numbers- 3, 5, 13, 21, 34 or 55.

    I spent too much time trying to find answers in Bertrand Russel, Carrol Quigley and Plato. Philosophers and politicians tell us what they want us to think. Nature tells us the truth.
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    Re: Fleur de Lis ( The Lily)

    Post by gwap360 on Sun Mar 29, 2009 6:38 pm

    Freemasonry's first secret mission was to disempower the women of the world.

    Women were created first the EVE of Adam.

    Since time immemorial women had directed matriarchal clan based societies that limited the power of gay priests.

    Lilith
    was the real name of Adam's wife.

    Lilith
    was later portrayed as a harlot, by the gay Priests of FREEMASONRY, in order to demonize women as a whole.

    A patriarchal system was then imposed upon the world.

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