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    Posted: 16 August 2005 at 3:38am

The Gaza Strip - the Land of Columbia

The Arabs, after their conquest of the country (AD635-640), considered
the land as part of Syria or Great Syria. (Although I think the Quran
mentions the Holy Land divinely assigned to the people of Israel). And
this Arab thinking about the name of the country lasted way into the
future and until the end of the British mandate period.

And the ‘Holy Land’ was the usual Western name for the country in the
nineteenth century, although it alternated with Palestine, Judea, Zion, the
Land of Israel, Land of the Bible, etc., and the Land was sometimes seen
as part of Syria, the Levant, or other geographic considerations.

Thus Palestine has become the name for the ‘Holy Land’ as it had been in
earlier times. And ‘Palestine’ was first officially applied to the country in
recent times in 1920 when the peace negotiators at the San Remo
Conference established the country as the ‘Jewish National Home’ and
before World War One it was an area of the Ottoman Empire.

And since 1948 when the new State of Israel was established, the land
has two names, ‘Israel’ of the Jewish people and thanks to the Roman
Empire and the Roman Church, the name ‘Palestine’ is used by the
Palestinian and Arab peoples.

Thus the Roman Empire and then the Roman Church, have perpetuated
their name Palestine for the ‘Holy Land’ with total support and agreement
by the Arab peoples, and also agreed with by many of those in the West.

So the ‘Land of the Book’ will continue as both Palestine and Israel for a
while longer, until Armageddon that is.

Now the Gaza Strip is soon to be stripped of its living Jews, and so will
become the Palestinian State of Columbia.

Now the war goddess Columbia, the Statue of Freedom, who gave her
name to the District of Columbia, USA where she stands 19.5 feet above
the Law Makers on Capitol Hill.

The goddess weighs 14,985 pounds (6,797kg) and 666 x 15 x 1.5 is
14,985 pounds or 6.6897321 tons and the Statue of Freedom cubed
thrice and square root once and /1.0000e+09 is 139.0009 square miles
the area of the Gaza Strip.

So the reference number for the Gaza Strip is 139

Now the area of the Dead Sea under Israel's authority is 108.10 square
miles and the square root of 666 x Pi and /0.75 is 108.10000 square

And the UN were so kind to give the new State of Israel in 1948 an area of
7,992.6 square miles of territory including their Dead Sea area.

OK, now I need some blood, or rather the 'Red Cloak' of Horus at 1362
(Ancient Egyptian cubic cubit of male blood weighs 340.5 pounds x 4
cubic cubits is 1,362 pounds). And the South Tower of the Twin Towers
was 1,362 feet high, and so it was the 'Red Cloak Tower' of Horus, the
falcon masked god, the merciless killer of the sky. So September 11,
2001 shows the bloody 'Red Cloak' of Horus.

So I strike Israel's 7,992.6 square miles with the Gaza Strip at 139.002
square miles and x Pi twice x 12 x 2 is 10 x 1,362 the bloody 'Red Cloak'
of Horus.

Thus when the Gaza Strip strikes Israel seen is blood, the world's blood,
which is symbolised by the 'Red Cloak' of Horus, the merciless killer of
the sky.



Armageddon awaits the Plumed Serpent.

Please note the reference 19 is Death and 11 is that of the World, so
Death to the World is 19 x 11. Now the Plumed Serpent reveals the falcon
mask of Horus at 61 in that 17 is the serpent and 44 the eagle's wings.
And the Plumed Serpent at 17 x 44 x Death at 19 x 19 x the World at 11
x 11 and /16 and squared and /3.000e+10 is 139.003 square miles.

Horus deities are frequently depicted as hawks or hawk-headed men,
though some are represented as fully human. The pharaoh was
considered to be the Living Horus, the temporal stand-in for Horus in the
earthly domain. As the opponent of Seth (who, though initially an Upper
Egyptian deity himself, later came to represent not only Lower Egypt but
the desert surrounding Egypt), Horus is alternately a brother vying for the
throne and unification of Egypt (Horus the Elder), or a royal heir come to
reclaim his inheritance (Horus the Younger).

Horus can be seen at the top of the serekh of early kings, though in very
rare cases his place was usurped by Set (Peribsen, Dynasty 2) or even
shared with him (Khasekhemwy, Dynasty 2). Horus is also depicted on the
famous Narmer palette along with Bat, an earlier form of Hathor.

A passage from the Coffin Texts (passage 148) sums up Horus in his own

"I am Horus, the great Falcon upon the ramparts of the house of him of
the hidden name. My flight has reached the horizon. I have passed by the
gods of Nut. I have gone further than the gods of old. Even the most
ancient bird could not equal my very first flight. I have removed my place
beyond the powers of Set, the foe of my father Osiris. No other god could
do what I have done. I have brought the ways of eternity to the twilight of
the morning. I am unique in my flight. My wrath will be turned against the
enemy of my father Osiris and I will put him beneath my feet in my name
of 'Red Cloak'."

"Myth and Symbol in Ancient Egypt" by R.T. Rundle Clark, p. 216
"Ignorance is no refuge"
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