In the above sentences we notice the repetition of the words talah and Tula.
Talah means "to hang." In the mysterious Jewish alchemical text, The Bahir, Teli (derived from talah) is the name of the connecting link that will enable our soul to return to its home.27
It is often described as a pillar or pole between Earth and Heaven.
In Christian mythology this was the Tree of Death, or the
Cross upon which Christ died.27 In fact, both Christianity and Egyptian religion employ the tree in the contradictory terms of death and life. Jesus hung from the Tree of Death, the Cross, but in so doing became the Tree of Life.
Other authorities identify the Teli with the "Pole Serpent" mentioned in the book of Job, "By His spirit, the heavens were calmed, His hand has pierced the Pole Serpent."28
This Pole Serpent is imagined as an imaginary creature from which the Earth hangs. From another perspective, where the Hebrew words for serpent and soul are interchangeable, the Teli may refer to a Pillar from which hangs a serpent-shaped soul sphere.
This is exactly what the book of John 3:15 says, "And just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up, that whoever believes in him may have eternal life"
The Greeks called the Milky Way's Central Sun Tula (Sanskrit for 'balance'). They were not the only ones to possess knowledge about Tula. The Druids said they came from Hyperboria. At the center of this heaven 'beyond the north wind' was Tula, the Druid mecca for learning.
Whenever we see the T-L-A letter combination in a word or sprinkled throughout a word it is a reference to Tula.
Like the Hebrew scribes, the Druid Bards were masters of word play and the mixing of word elements. Identifying the T-L-A elements of Tula embedded within key mythic names and place names helps us to uncover the sacred teachings of the galactic core hidden in many myths and religions.
There used to be mystery schools called Tulas all over the planet -- in Egypt, India, the Americas where physicians of the soul could gather to learn the way of god making and the means to become 'one' with God, and hence "new" or "numan being."
Among the earliest and most renowned of these resurrection mystery schools were those of the Egyptian goddess Isis. God making was her business. The myth and science of Tula was the core of this teaching.
30,000 light years from Earth is the galactic core, the Central Sun, Tula.30 This is the heart of our galaxy, not the Sun at the center of our solar system. As the moon and Earth revolve around the Sun, so does our entire solar system orbit the galactic core of our galaxy (which is believed to be in the constellation of Sagittarius).
The concept of the Central Sun or Spiritual Sun is known by many different names the world over: the white island, the floating island, the revolving island, the lost isle in the midst of the cosmic ocean. This lost isle is not of the Earth. It is the lost isle, our spiritual core, floating in the sea of heaven.
According to Greek myths, the heart of the Central Sun beats and vibrations spread through the galaxy. This Central Sun is a fountain of 'living waters', healing 'waters' or of healing energy. It is even considered to be the Holy Grail, the cup of life, itself.
Ancient wisdom traditions maintain humans, and all other beings in our galaxy, emanate from and share a common home: the Central Sun at the core of our Milky Way galaxy.
In 1618 artist Matthieu Merian incorporated many of the images we have encountered thus far in his painting called Tabula Smaragdina (Latin for "Emerald Tablet") which was the title page for Daniel Mylius's book The Medical-Chemical Work.
The Emerald Tablet engraving, a powerful mediation for alchemists who claimed it depicted the (S)tone of God leaving Heaven (Tula) and entering Earth.
Detail of the Emerald Tablet
In this detail of the Emerald Tablet we notice a naked woman standing beside a man with the head of a reindeer (Rennes is French for reindeer). A cluster of grapes or Blue Apples, the symbol of the pre-flood nuclear secrets, dangles from the naked woman's hand. Her right breast is a small seven-rayed sun from which stream a shower of stars. She is the core pouring her energies into the river of the Milky Way galaxy (which she straddles) and the Earth.
Also known as Luna, the Latin name of the Moon-goddess, she was coupled in Gnostic symbolism and magic texts with Sol, the male sun who stands on the other side of the hill. Together they represent fire and water, whose combination produced the Blood of Life.
In the Anacalypsis,31 Godfrey Higgins summarizes the stunning observations of a German researcher named Heeren and a learned Frenchman named Abbe Guerin de Rocher. The abbe and Heeren had noted the similarity between the Scriptures and Egyptian Mystery School teachings.
In Egypt, they found the Ark of the Covenant, the cherubim with their extended wings, the holy candlesticks, the shew bread or Manna, and many other power tools revered by the Jews. He even noticed that the word used for the name of Thebes is exactly the same word as that used to describe the Ark of Noah. The same mythologies are being described.
From this vantage point Heeren and the abbe de Rocher peered into the story of the Savior crucified in Egypt. The story begins with Abraham, whom the abbe finds in Egypt under the name Binothris or Ben-Terah, son of Terah (Abraham's father's name, which is the same as terra or Earth). A king named Tulis succeeded this Binothris or Abraham. The son of Terah (phonetically 'terra' or 'terror') is said to have established the first queen in Egypt, or to have first recognized females as royalty. This queen's name was Sarah. The word Tulis means ravisher in the Hebrew and Arabic. Thus Tulis was the ravisher of Sarah.
"The history of this Tulis, as given by Suidas, is very remarkable," says Higgins. He quotes Suidas, "Thulis reigned over all Egypt, and his empire extended even over the ocean. He gave his name to one of its isles (Ultima Thule)."32 Puffed up with success, he went to consult the oracle of Sarapis (known to the Egyptians as Asar-Hapis or Osiris-Apis). He asked the oracle if there were any man greater than Thulis. The oracle replied that God, the Word, and the Holy Spirit are more powerful. He then told Thulis to go away for he has an uncertain life.
Immediately upon leaving the temple Thulis was put to death by his countrymen, the Egyptians. "But the most remarkable part of this story," says Higgins "is that the word Tulis means crucified."33 Further, says Higgins, "Here in the country of the Africans -- in Egypt we have again the crucified of the Apocalypse. Thlui or Tula is the name given by the Jews to Jesus Christ, meaning the crucified"34
Jesus, the crucified, means Jesus of Tula? I realize Higgins' statement may come as a shock for some. Some will say I am connecting unrelated words and stories. I don't think so. I have given the basis for doing so, and have established Tula as the source of all myth and religion. So why not the myths of Jesus too? Fascinatingly, the Old Testament word for 'virgin' was 'bethula'. Literally it means beth 'house' or 'vessel' of Tula.
While on the subject of adding word meanings together, it is important to note that earlier we found that Elizabeth Van Buren said that Thule (Tula) means "black land." This is another definition of the word 'Egypt'. If, as Ms. Van Buren says, Rennes is Egypt, then Rennes and Egypt may also be Tulas.
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