There may be another way of looking at the Crucifixion, and hence, another way of resolving the contradiction of these terms. One possible explanation for the use of the two different words, soma and ptoma, to describe Jesus’ body is that the Gospel writers were expert word workers. They understood that words have history and multiple levels of meaning. They treated words similar to the way a geologist treats a core sample of soil.

More profoundly they also understood that many words have secret meanings hidden beneath their surface. As the book of Daniel states, “for the words are to remain secret and sealed until the time of the end.” 1

The Gospel writers frequently used words with double meanings to describe the same thing. This enabled them to conceal the true meaning of their words while at the same time telling those ‘in the know‘ exactly what they meant. They did this to escape persecution by opposing religious and political authorities, and also to communicate ala Winston Churchill and F.D.R., between themselves.

The word soma is not an original Hebrew, Greek or Latin word. Precedent for this word is found in the Hindu Vedas where soma refers to “the blood of life” and “a mystical substance of the body.” 2

The Greeks applied it to the “supernatural red wine“ of the Greek mother goddess Hera, who gave the Greek gods immortality. Saxons worshipped her at Heresburg (Hera’s Mount), where the phallic “column of the world” called Hermeseul (Herme’s Soul or Stone Soul) was planted in the Earth-goddess’s yoni (womb).3

In their word play the Gospel writers are therefore hinting that Joseph was asking for the literal blood of the hare, Christ, or alternatively, some form of life-prolonging wisdom which enabled one to transform the vibration of their own blood into such a state.

The hare provides a link between Osiris “the Good Hare,” and the secrets of the Crucifixion revealed on the first Easter Sunday, now symbolized by a rabbit. In addition, the Chinese H-Sien alchemists were among those who are believed to have found the elixir of life and transformed themselves into material but immortal ‘light’ beings.4 Their secrets of immortality were also symbolized by the hare.

Being immortal and confined to Earth might not be a lot of fun. The myths of the hare’s hole in space we have examined and the connections we have made between the hare and stories featuring interdimenstional travel indicate that the rabbit’s hole of myth was actually a wormhole or stargate. The transformation into a shining being of light undergone by the H-Siens and others indicates that it was a necessary preparation for travelling via these stargates.

Simply, one would not just enter one of these gateways. There is a profound spiritual and technical transformation that must be undergone first.

Further, these connections enable us to view the Crucifixion of Christ as a stargate event in which the hare, Jesus, demonstrated how to blast through the rabbit hole opened by the Pillar of the Goddess Hare or Hara. Joseph of Arimathea was ready for the result of this A-tomic process.

Once apprehended, the Bible affirms this view in its version of the Crucifixion.

The Gospels go to great pains to document that Jesus was made to wear a crown of thorns and a royal purple robe enroute to the Crucifixion.5 The stargate theory in which Jesus travels into the A~tum or a~tom explains why was attired in this manner.

Jesus was called the Nazarene. This has been thought to refer to Nazareth, the town where Jesus is alleged to have lived. Bethlehem, Nazareth and Galilee all claim to be the home of Jesus. Scholars now claim, however, that the town of Nazareth did not exist at the time of Jesus.

Therefore, Nazarene must refer to something else. As we have noted, names and words mean different things at different times in history. Drilling to the depths of the meaning of the word “Nazorean” or “Nazarene” holds the means to decipher the meaning of Jesus’ robe and crown of thorns and their use in the opening of the stargate.

As we have seen, Nazorean has been interpreted in multiple ways. Historian Michael Grant interprets Nazoraios as “guardian,” and says it comes from the root netser, meaning “shoot” or “branch” (klone in Latin).6

Jesus was known as the branch of David, the long-awaited Messiah. Grant identifies Jesus as a member of an exclusive religious sect of priest-kings who guarded or “watched” the secrets of the ancient science of salvation and enlightenment. This group inherited this role from Egypt and the ancient Neter (also rendered as nuter or Nu),7 meaning “one who watches.” 8

The Neter were the male god-beings of Egypt. Nu-trit, “nurturer,” was the feminine for neter.9 Budge notes that neter was a term used to denote a quality of soul.10 As it is mentioned in opposition to “the dead,” he says, it appears to refer to a “living” or “strong” soul.11

These terms align with the thesis that Lord Melchizedek (E.A) initiated a Grail bloodline to preserve the secrets of enlightenment. In order to access these secrets, which were symbolized by the H, one had to be born into the bloodline or transform the rhythm or vibration of one’s blood to match that of the Neter. Jesus (sometimes called Jesus H. Christ) was a descendent of the bloodline of Abraham, who first received this H, as well as of David and Aaron, the magician-priest and brother of Moses.

As the Nazarene, Jesus was therefore, a Neter or NTR, or protector of knowledge. In the Book of the Dead neter is mentioned in connection to eternal existence and self-production, which Budge links to the power to “renew life indefinitely.”12

In other words, he says, neter appears to refer to a being who has the power to generate life. The word neter passed over directly into the Coptic language as nouti and noute, both terms meaning “God ” and “Lord.”13

Both terms were applied to Jesus. The secret knowledge I propose Jesus possessed and protected was the nuclear secrets of the transformation of the human being into a neter preparatory to travelling to Neter-Neter land, the home of the gods, and of Neter netri, the secrets of “self-produced, primeval matter.”14

These guardians were known for their trademark, untrimmed hair. Legend claimed there was great power in their hair. Later, the word kaisear (later caesar and czar), meaning “crown of hair” was adopted to describe these guardians.15

In the Bird Language, the “crown of hair” is a phonetic word play linking it with the “crown of the hare,” or the crown of the goddess Hara. Another name for this crown is the Shugurra helmet of the goddess Mari (also known as Hara), which enabled her to “go far into the universe.”

As the Bible records, Jesus wearing of the Crown of (T)horns at the Crucifixion had the same effect. The harlot or harelot, priestess of Hara, Mary Magdalene undoubtedly knew true meaning of this Crown. Christ’s Crown of Thorns, woven it is said from acacia, the same living wood as Osiris’ palladium Pillar and the Ark of the Covenant, is a solar crown.

As in the case of the goddess Mari, this crown was worn in conjunction with the Pillar, which I have noted, resembles a Van de Graaf generator or a~tom smasher. Did it open a gateway into the primordial inner matter or world of the a~tom?



On closer inspection, the Crucifixion story is loaded with words with deep scientific connections that substantiate my A~tomic Christ/stargate thesis.

In Matthew Jesus uttered Eli, Eli, lama Saba Chtoni, (My Lord, my Lord why has thou foresaken me?),16 just before giving up the spirit.

The word Sa Ba catches our attention. This is not an original Hebrew word. We have already seen it used in the name Sabala, from the Central Asian myth of Mount Meru and Shambhala. When we drill into the meanings of this word we discover that in ancient Egyptian Sa is the word for the holy blood of Isis. Like its counterpart the Hindu soma it made pharaohs immortal.17 This blood contained the Great Mother’s spirit of all sacred wisdom or intelligence (which the Greeks called nous).18 Ba means soul.

During his sa-crifice Jesus ‘gave up the spirit’, one of the few Crucifixion events which all four Gospel writers agree happened.19 His uttering of Psalm 22 indicates this may have been a reference to his relinquishing the Sa Ba, “the spirit or soul of all sacred wisdom.”

Fascinatingly, the origin of the word sacrifice supports this supposition. Sacrifice comes from sacer, sacred, and facere, to make, and means “the offering of anything to a deity as homage.” 20

Facer means “one who is impudent or brazen.”21 In the Bible “the one who is brazen” is the healing serpent hoisted upon a pillar by Moses.22

This ‘worm’ or serpent-soul is the object Joseph sought when he asked for the soma, which also means holy blood of the goddess, and is called Saba in Egypt. This worm is the serpent-soul of divine Wisdom. Based upon our study of the uraeus of the pharaohs and the theosophical practice of clairvoyant microscopy, we may speculate that this worm projected itself out of Jesus’ forehead and into the depths of the a~tom.

Another viewpoint concerning this dead/live body or blood of life question arises from the fact that the word “cross” did not appear in the Bible until after 500 AD.23 This explains why the “Latin” (Roman) or “Passion” cross, the primary icon or logo of Christianity, did not appear in Christian art until 600 AD either.24 In the original Greek version of the New Testament the word used for the Pillar upon which Jesus was Crucified was Stau-ros.

As we have seen, in Egypt tau was another name for the ankh, the Cross of Life. Ros means wisdom and dew. Amalgamating these word meanings, renders Stau-ros as “the Pillar or Cross of Life or Wisdom,” perfectly aligning it with the concept of the Saba, the Egyptian term for the ‘blood of life’, and soma, the Greek and Hindu soma as the blood of life or wisdom.

The lower section of the ankh or Key of Life is a cross. More interestingly, the Key of Life was made from a branch from the Tree of Life that grew in the Garden of Eden. The Church claimed the True Cross was also made of the same wood that grew as the Tree of Life in Eden.25 Like the Key of Life, Adam conveniently passed the cross along his bloodline for the express purpose of crucifying the Savior (who in this case would be the a~tom) whenever or wherever he appeared.

The Egyptian name for the Tree of Life, we have seen, was the Djed pillar, a ladder to heaven, sacred to Osiris and Horus, the Egyptian ‘savior’ figure. This ‘ladder’ is a symbol of that which must be ascended in order to reach Anu in Tula, the core Sun behind the sun, behind A~tum. It was described as the ladder by which souls of the dead made their way to the Fields of Peace (which, coincidentally, were always said to lie to the north, the same direction as Tula.)

In the Pyramid Texts, in which the pharaoh’s journey to immortality is described, the two TET pillars are shown on either side of the “Door of Heaven.” The doors remain sealed until the pharaoh utters the word of power. Then, suddenly, the “double doors of heaven open up… the aperture of the celestial windows is open.” And soaring as a great bird, the pharaoh’s Ka has reached the land of the living.

In this depiction drawn by a savant in Napoleon’s army from the Temple of H-orus at Edfu in Egypt,

fourteen steps on an ascending stairway lead

to a pillar topped by a crescent moon cradling the eye of A~tum.

This ceremony is supervised or conducted by Thoth

who stands on a line that leads into his moon sky-boat or Ark behind him.

The Crown of Thorns and the Stau-ros Pillar also aligns the Crucifixion with the Great Pyramid complex in Egypt. The ancient Egyptians called this complex the Ros-tau,26 the mirror image of Stau-ros. The Giza-Rostau complex was at the end of the ‘sacred road of the neters,’ suggesting it was a passageway used by the gods to enter the Tuat or underworld. Jesus may have been the last of their kind. It appears he was not the first to use this Pillar to create an exit portal from Earth.

The ladder concept appears in between the time of Horus and Jesus in the story in which Jacob ascended a Ladder to Heaven. An important Sumerian myth of Anu interpreted by Sitchin describes a similar device with an identical result.27

In a morning-time ceremony in which Anu departs Earth, Enki and Enlil, two sons of Anu, await Anu at what is called the “golden supporter.” They hold several objects: “that which opens up the secrets“ (most certainly the Key of Life, which was used as the ‘remote control‘ for the Tree of Life), “the Sun disks,” and the “splendid shining posts.”

The “golden supporter” device is sheathed in a golden skin.

Anu and his wife, Antu, stand before the golden supporter, which can only be the golden needle, the Pillar or Tree of Life. The device comes alive, the gate swings open and Anu and Antu enter the Abyss (sometimes called the Fish of Isis).

The Crucifixion of Jesus.

Two people were known to flank this third person who stands upon a cross, a gateway.

The sun and moon symbols can be seen above him.


Incredibly, Zecharia Sitchin has recovered what may be depictions of this scene.

In this scene we see two people flanking an entrance to a gateway in which a third person makes an entrance (or exit).

The sun and moon symbols can be seen above this gateway.


As these compositions (“To the one who grows bright, the heavenly planet of the Lord Anu” and “The Creator’s image has arisen”) were recited from the ziggurat, wine was served to the gods from a golden libation vessel. Then, in succession, the priests announced the appearance of Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Saturn, Mars, and the Moon.


The ceremony of washing the hands followed, with water poured from seven golden pitchers honoring the six luminaries of the night plus the Sun of daytime. A large torch of “naphtha fire in which spices were inserted” was lighted; all the priests sang the hymn Kakkab Anu etellu shamame (“The planet of Anu rose in the sky”), and the banquet could begin. Afterward Anu and Antu retired for the night and leading gods were assigned as watchmen until dawn.


Then, “forty minutes after sunrise,” Anu and Antu were awakened “bringing to an end their overnight stay.” The morning proceedings began outside the temple, in the courtyard of the Bit Akitu (“House of the New Year Festival” in Akkadian). Enlil and Enki were awaiting Anu at the “golden supporter,” standing by or holding several objects; the Akkadian terms, whose precise meaning remains elusive, are best translated as “that which opens up the secrets,” “the Sun disks” (plural!) and “the splendid/ shining posts.”


Anu then came into the courtyard accompanied by gods in procession. “He stepped up to the Great Throne in the Akitu courtyard, and sat upon it facing the Keepers of the Secrets 113 rising Sun.” He was then joined by Enlil, who sat on Anus right, and Enki, who sat on his left; Antu, Nannar/Sin, and Inanna/Ishtar then took places behind the seated Anu. The statement that Anu seated himself “facing the rising Sun” leaves no doubt that the ceremony involved a determination of a moment connected with sunrise on a particular day—the first day of Nissan (the spring Equinox Day) or the first day of Tishrei (the autumnal Equinox Day).


It was only when this sunrise ceremony was completed, that Anu was led by one of the gods and by the High Priest to the BARAG.GAL—the “Holy of Holies” inside the temple. (BARAG means “inner sanctum, screened-off place” and GAL means “great, foremost.” The term evolved to Baragu/Barukhu/Parakhu in Akkadian with the meanings “inner sanctum. Holy of Holies” as well as the screen which hides it. This term appears in the Bible as the Hebrew word Parokhet. which was both the word for the Holy of Holies in the temple and for the screen that separated it from the anteroom.


The traditions and rituals that began in Sumer were thus carried on both physically and linguistically.) Another text from Uruk, instructing the priests regarding daily sacrifices, calls for the sacrifice of “fat clean rams, whose horns and hooves arc whole,” to the deities Anu and Antu, “to the planets Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, Saturn and Mars; to the Sun as it rises, and to the Moon on its appearance.”

The text then explains what “appearance” means in respect to each one of these seven celestial bodies: it meant the moment when they come to rest in the instrument which is "in the midst of the Bit Mahazzat" ("House of Viewing"). Further instructions suggest that this enclosure was "on the topmost stage of the temple-tower of the god Anu."


Depictions have been found that show divine beings flanking a temple entrance and holding up poles to which ringlike objects are attached. The celestial nature of the scene is indicated by the inclusion of the symbols of the Sun and the Moon (Fig. 56).

Fig. 56

In one instance the ancient artist may have intended to illustrate the scene described in the Uruk ritual text—depicting Enlil and Enki flanking a gateway through which Anu is making a grand entrance.


The two gods are holding posts to which viewing devices (circular instruments with a hole in the center) are attached (which is in accord with the text that spoke of Sun disks in the plural); the Sun and Moon symbols are shown above the gateway (Fig. 57)

Fig. 57


From "When Time Began" by Z.Sitchin

pages 112-114


The two guards (transformed into thieves in the New Testament) hold devices, long poles with circular tops, which Sitchin concludes served an astronomical purpose. He also equates them with golden pillars at the entrance to Solomon’s Temple.28

This being so, can we see these devices as “golden needles”? Is the story of this golden needle woven deep into the story of Jesus’ cruci-fiction? Is the ‘silver thread’ woven by this needle the wormhole linking Earth with Heaven?

By this rendering, Jesus’ agony in the garden may not be a physical mutilation. Instead, it would mean soul travel to an otherworldly locality, Tula. Mary Magdalene’s painful tears in the ‘cave‘ or ‘tomb’ for her daredevil Savior would have actually taken place inside that marvelous cave in the wilderness -- the Great Pyramid.

Sarapis holds a vital key to further revealing secrets of the Stau-Ros pillar. He was a god created in Alexandria, Egypt shortly after 300 BC, from two existing Greek and Egyptian gods. His purpose was to symbolize the synthesis of the two cultures that the new Greek rulers of Egypt hoped would occur.

The name Sarapis, says Higgins, comes from Soros or S-Ros the name given by the Egyptians to a (s)tone coffin, and Apis or Opis, the name given to Osiris (which, as we have already seen, is associated with the soul).29 These two words combined result in Soro-Apis or Sor-Apis, ‘the tomb of the bull’ or ‘the tomb of the soul’.

The mysteries of Sarapis explains why the Egyptians would worship a (s)tone or a coffin in the form of a man, and why Henry Wallace was awaiting a sacred casket. The word Stau-ros is not only the mirror-image of Ros-tau, the name of the Giza plateau, but is also an word play for Tauros or Taurus, the Bull.

In Hebrew, Sarapis is Saraph, meaning ‘to blaze out’ or ‘to blaze up’. As we have seen, the Seraphim class of angels --the flying-serpent healers -- derive their name from this word. It also reminds us of Chiram, and Chamir or Shamir, the ‘worm’ (serpent-soul) which blazed through the (s)tones used to construct Solomon’s Temple.

Among the other meanings suggested for the word Sarapis are: ‘The Soul of Osiris’ and ‘The Sacred Serpent’. In fact, the most common theory regarding the origin of Sarapis is that it is a compound of Osiris and Apis.

There once stood a statue of Sarapis in the famed Sarapeum of Alexandria. The Sarapeum was regarded as one of the wonders of the ancient world. It was named after an earlier famous Sarapeum which once stood in Memphis and which contained a library with over 300,000 volumes. Within the temple was an emerald (s)tatue of Serapis. He was usually shown robed head to foot in heavy draperies.


Underneath the temple of Sarapis destroyed by the Romans was a labyrinth. There, says Manly P. Hall,

“were found strange mechanical contrivances by the priests in the subterranean crypts and caverns where the nocturnal initiatory rites were celebrated.”30

After passing through the ordeals presented by these machines, the initiates found themselves face to face with Sarapis.

What were these strange “mechanical contrivances?” Could one of them have been the Pillar of Osiris, the Tulis or Tula Cross upon which Higgins says Sarapis was crucified?

If it was the True Cross, we know it was not destined to stay there. It had an appointment with destiny in Jerusalem c. 30 AD for the crucifixion of Jesus. The Cross (aka the symbol of AMOR), or its instruction manual, was then destined to journey to Southern France to Cathar country where a bridge to Heaven or AMOR was soon to be built. Before heading to France, however, this device appears to have been transported to Rome.

In Rome the mysteries of the bull were celebrated in March and featured Mithras in the act of killing the bull, the life-force of the Earth that he himself embodied. We have already associated Mithras with Maitreya. Mithras is also often equated with Attis, a fourth-century BC Greek figure who was known as a good shepherd and was called the ‘Green Man’ or the ‘Green One,’ and obvious link with Osiris and Tula.31


He was depicted with sun-rays or ears of corn emerging from his cap. In rituals he was called ‘the corn-stalk’.32 The Roman rites of his mother Cybele (or Sa-Ba-El) were accompanied by the sacrifice of a bull in a ritual known as the Taurobolium.33

The cult of Attis strongly influenced early Christianity. He, along with his mother Nana, were established in a temple on the Vatican hill in 204 BC, where they remained popular until 900 AD.

Attis in front of the doors of wisdom.

Followers of Attis (or A-Tet-Is) celebrated his passion on the 25th of March exactly nine months before the celebration of his birth on December 25. To mark the moment when Attis entered his mother at conception, his 60-foot tall tree-phallus was carried into her sacred cave.34

His death was celebrated as the Day of Blood. Attis died and was buried. After a journey to the underworld, he was resurrected from the dead three days later. His worshippers were promised salvation as a result. The celebration of Attis’ death and resurrection included the gelded bull of the Taurobolium. At the celebration reed-bearers carried phallic-shaped scepters representing the regenerated phalli of the god.

The bull and tree of the Taurobolium are, of course, the TET or Pillar of Osiris, the 40 foot tall golden device which housed his soul. As our investigation into the mysteries of the Grail has revealed, it is probably the same as the (s)tone or coffin of Sarapis and the Holy Grail, the container of the ‘blood’ or ‘soul’ of Christ.

Inscriptions from the 4th century proclaimed Attis the Menotyrannus, from Greek tyrannos, “lord,” and Men or Mennu, Osiris as the resurrected moon-bull.35 From our point of view, he is also the lord of the Nu or the A~tomic Christ.

The Stau-ros ties a Gordian knot between the Pillar of Osiris, the Cross of Christ, the Tau, the Cross of the Druids, and the Tau of the Chinese H-Siens. This is such an extraordinary meeting of the worlds that it is worthy of some explanation.

Long before the Greeks, and hundreds of years before Jesus, the tau was adopted by the Druids, the ‘men of the Oak Trees’, who came from Hyperboria, the Greek name for Heaven. At the center of Hyperboria was Tula.

The Druids were well known as wise men to the Roman philosophers. As we have noted, scholars have long debated the origin of the word ‘Druid’. Larousse’s World Mythology says it came from daru-vid, meaning ’skilled’.

One art in which the Druids were highly skilled was the manufacture of Tau crosses made of oak trees -- the symbolic Tree of Life --stripped of their branches. Upon the right branch they cut in the bark the word Hesus, upon the middle or upright stem the word Taramis, and on the right Belenus. Over this, above the going off arms, they cut the name of God, Thau or Tau. This configuration matches that of the Crucifixion with Jesus accompanied by two thieves and God above. However, it was in use hundreds of years before Jesus.

In northern Israel the Druid name Hesus or Jesus was the same as Ieud or Jeud, the “only begotten son” who was dressed in a royal robe and sacrificed. Greek versions of this name were Jason and Iasus, signfiying a healer or therapeutae, a physician of the soul. This matches the story of Jesus who was an Essene therapeutate from the royal House of David and his alleged twin, Tammuz or Thomas.

Third century classical scholar, Diogenes Laertius, said the Druids were the cult of the Magi, the sect of the Three Wise Men who sought out the Christ child Jesus. It was Druid prophecy that predicted the arrival of Jesus. Therefore, it would make perfect sense why they sought the blessed child.

Druid or Daru-vid is, as we have seen, not that far from David. Rennes-le-Chateau researcher, and expert in the Language of the Birds, Elizabeth van Buren states the true meaning of David is the same as the Welsh Duw or Duvydd.36 It means God’s messenger.

This is a fascinating enlargement of our search for the meaning of the word Druid. God’s messenger is usually depicted as a dove, like the Dove of the Holy Spirit which flew into Jesus’ mouth at his baptism by John the Baptist in the River Jordan.37 ‘Dove’ (or ‘Duv’, which is but Duw) comes from Oannes, the Babylonian name for E.A, the serpent-soul of Sumerian mythology who lived in the Pillar.

The Celtic and Latin word for Dove is colomen, colombe, columba. One excellent example of this name is Christopher Colombus, which means ‘Christ-bearing Dove’. According to Higgins, the I column or pillar was used by the Druid priests, who were known as ‘the Instructors’, to signify the sacred island where the I-Pillar(s) were set up as witnesses to covenants of Peace.38 Oannes, the serpentsoul bird-man, lived within this Pillar.

David or Dovydd, with the ‘D’s’ at either end of the name, says Ms. van Buren, also represents Dol or door, that is, a pillar, tower or column reaching to Heaven. In Hebrew, she notes, dohv means bear, which phonetically is the same as bier or coffin. 39



Some researchers maintain the Druids are named after the Celtic word for “oak,” or duir, phonetically door. In Welsh, which is closely related to old Celtic, derw is “oak,” drws is “door“ and dwr is “water.” Fascinatingly, the Pillar of Osiris was also known as the tawer of Osiris. Tawer is an anagram for Water. The letters ‘t’ and the ‘d’ are interchangeable. When we remove the vowels and allow for this interchange the Celtic drw, oak, becomes trw. Likewise, the Druid dwr or water becomes twr, which with the addition of an ‘a’ or ‘o’ becomes tawer and tower.

These word plays suggest that, once again, the Tawer or Tower of Osiris, also known as the Pillar of Osiris, is the same as the Pillar of David and possibly the Tower of Babel. This Pillar, of course, was installed in Solomon’s Temple in c. 1,000 B.C.

Had it been returned to the rebuilt Second Temple of Solomon at the time of the Crucifixion of Jesus?

Interestingly, the Hebrew root Dud means ‘love, that which unites together’, an apt description of the Stau-ros Pillar.40 Dud, Duw or Dovydd is also the dew of the alchemists, the elixir of immortality. In many myths the revelation of the dew (love) is brought by the Morning Star, an epithet for Jesus who was of the Royal House of David.

From our investigation we can see that the term “Royal House of David” may mean either the House of the Dove, the House of the Pillar or the House of the Dew. Its function is to produce the elixir of immortality, the nuclear mother substance. This is precisely what the Bible claims Jesus did at his Crucifixion. This mother substance is the Blue Apples.



In addition to Jesus’ apparent production of this nuclear mother substance, Matthew’s Gospel records two effects of the activity involving the Stau-Ros Pillar at the Crucifixion.

The first effect was an earthquake.

The second effect was a ‘veil’ within the Holy of Holies of the Temple of Solomon was split in half revealing God’s presence.41 The Holy of Holies housed the Ark of the Covenant. It was entered on only one day of the year: the Day of Atonement. The veil was not split on any other day.

According to the Book of Exodus,42 this veil was made of blue, purple and scarlet linen. It was made with (or by) angels and it hung from four pillars of wood overlaid with gold. It simultaneously shielded and connected the High Priest with God.

This veil is known as the veil or gate revealed by the Apocalypse (Greek for ‘uncovering’, from the root apo, far away, and kalyptein, to uncover) 43 in the book of Revelation.

When we view these word fossils as a whole it seems Jesus had a powerful linguistic connection with the ancient Druids and some kind of apocalyptic Pillar which split open a gate to God, creating a moment of Peace in which God was revealed from ‘far away’.

Joseph of Arimathea’s request for the soma, the blood of life (or wisdom of the blood of life) suggests a link with the Greek mysteries and the Hindu mysteries of which the Druids were masters. He appears to be asking for the mother substance from the Stau-ros, the Druid Pillar of Wisdom that opens a water door that connect Heaven and Earth via wormhole. This secret may not be the body of Jesus, but something -- the definition of soma suggests either blood or a wise soul -- which came from within it.

In fact, Christ crowned with (t)horns is sometimes depicted casting rays of Christ Light (like the symbolic horns of Moses). As noted, the word crucifixion comes from crux or crucis, a cross, and figere, to fasten.

Not only was the Son, Jesus, fastened or connected to a pillar (through the crown), but also the process of Crucifixion fastened, fused or connected him to a higher or inner source of Light. This is symbolized in Christian art by a halo of sunlight around his head. This Christ Light was pulled from ‘far in the universe’ and ‘crucified’ by Jesus.

In absence of the ability to directly study this actual Pillar of Wisdom, we are left with continuing to follow the stories of those who were connected with its Light. I have looked at the stories of Osiris, E.A, and Mari.

Another person we can turn to is Jesus’ uncle, Joseph of Arimathea, one of the greatest figures of mystery in the story of Jesus. His request for the secret mother substance may also explain why the Gospels offer so few details concerning him. The writers probably assumed we would know, or would look up, or split open, the meaning of the term soma and would have connected him with the proper nuclear Druidic, Hindu, Sumerian, Greek and Egyptian traditions.


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