|TM is currently investigating the deeper mysteries of Bloxholm .
Just when you think there can’t be anymore to discover then life surprises you. Bloxholm geometrics and its deeper underlying mystery is nothing short of astounding.
Based on the 345 triangle which is encoded in the layout of the village, the seated landscape figure and part of the Pythagorean mysteries.
The seated figure is also linked to Freemasonry and acknowledged as the ‘Chair of the Bride’…which is connected to what the Masons call the 47th problem based on the mysteries encapsulated in the 345 triangle.
The painting in the church has also been decoded and links in with the seated landscape figure , once inverted a copy of the landscaped grounds becomes clear, suggesting Manners family line from Belvoir Castle were fully aware of the geometrics of the hamlet and added to the 345 layout with new buildings including a strategically placed hexagonal house .
This suggests the knowledge inherent in the geometrics is ongoing within the established family lines. Like all land glyphs throughout the world they are only appreciated when viewed from above….its the unseen that sees the pattern.
A new article will be posted soon detailing the new Bloxholm discoveries based around the mysteries of the 345 Pythagorean triangle.
The universal intelligence would appear to have a sense of humour, as the 345 revelations was handed to me while working on a building that had the geometrics of the village carved into a single extra large stone block placed in the corner of a building. This was shown to me after I had made the 345 connection to the layout of the hamlet. …Once again life /direct experience backed up my intuitional knowing.
Bloxholm is connected into Temple Bruer through a 3.33 mile circle
333Ft turns up in Bloxholm within 345 triangles along with 666Ft.
Imperial measure of inches, feet, mile go way back into antiquity
On a bigger scale the 333 and 666 appears as numerical values from the Bloxholm circle to other sites of note including
Catley Priory….3.33 miles
Temple Bruer N/E seal point 3.33 miles
Temple Bruer church / vortex 3.33 miles
Temple Bruer entrance to temple complex 3.33 miles
Temple High Grange ( Knights Templar ) 3.33 miles
Francis Dashwoods Dunston Pillar 6.18 miles
Also worth noting the distance from Temple Bruer preceptory to Haverholm Priory is 6.66 miles
New article to be titled:
‘Bloxholm, A Mystery wrapped in a Riddle inside an Enigma.’ …coming soon
In the meantime heres a great new link to a web site searching for the same thing as Templar Mechanics………TRUTH.
Here’s some inspirational quotes from their front page encouraging individual thought and perception as a route to finding our way out of our personal paper bags and linking to the bigger picture …which is all that interests me.
Believe only what you yourself test and judge to be truth. – Buddha
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them. - Galileo
Whenever you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
- Arthur Conan Doyle
The personal life deeply lived always expands into truths beyond itself.
- Anais Nin
Truth is like the sun; you can shut it out for a time, but it ain't goin' away.
- Elvis Presley
Falsehood is easy, truth so difficult.
We know the truth, not only by the reason, but also by the heart. - Blaise Pascal
You will know the truth, and the truth will make you free. - Jesus Christ
Posted on 21/03/2010, by TM
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