The GIANT Cosmic Cakewalk PT 3
So far, we’ve covered the Vatican, transgender agenda, and the mixing of machine with man…transhumanism. How does this all play into one stream?
I did a series called The KEYS of Time and Space…and in this it discusses various cultures and religions who connect to the ‘other side’ by means of a key to open a doorway. As time goes by, we are beginning to see people make the connections which have seemingly been kept secret. Secrets of doorways to other dimensions and how they were transversed.
Although that series covered many aspects of the subject, this is another avenue which is very interesting and pertains to it:
GOG & MAGOG-The Gatekeepers
Gatekeepers…interesting, right? Well, every stargate needs keepers! Do they hold the key?
These images bring to mind a set of nations (prophetic?) who will battle one another in the end of Armageddon. But, did you know it also tells of a legend of giants? The legend relates that these two were the offspring of the wicked daughters of Emperor Diocletian, who ruled over Roman Britain. When Brutus and his men came from the Trojan wars, Gog and Magog were taken prisioner and chained to the gates of the palace of London. An alternate version states that they were the last of a race of giants that was imprisoned by the Greek commander Alexander the Great. Although the original effigies were destroyed, the present replacements were made in 1953 for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Celtic legends and history were substantially rewritten by Geoffrey of Monmouth (1110-1154), in his Historia Regnum Britanniae (ca. 1147), in which he described the islands as being inhabited by a race of giants. Gogmagog/Goemagot was said to be the king of the Albion giants who inhabited Albion (not yet, Britain) when Brutus and his Trojans came from the Trojan wars. Corineus, one of the generals of the army, defeated the giant in the country of Cornwall and then threw his body over a cliff (Langoemagog or Giant’s Leap). In other legends Gogmagog was buried outside Cambridge and on top of the cliffs of Plymouth in the county of Devon.
This legend is outlined in Irish Myth by the Wars of Fir Bolg, and the Tuatha De Danann…and this is none other than the Merovingian’s! Also, Diodorus mentions Basilea, the sister of Atlas. And this name means QUEEN! Hailed as the Great Mother, all the lands paid homage to her as Ashtaroth, Diana, Venus, Isis…etc. She was unanimously elected Queen of Atlantis.
In Canaanite folk-lore, the Carthaginian scribe, alludes to the “allies” of Cronus, (Titans) as “Elohim”….and from what I found…the shields of these giants had a Phoenix on them!
The tradition of Gog and Magog (Hebrew גוג ומגוג) begins in the Hebrew Bible with the reference to Magog, son of Japheth, in the Book of Genesis and continues in cryptic prophecies in the Book of Ezekiel, which are echoed in the Book of Revelation and in the Qur’an. The tradition is very ambiguous with even the very nature of the entities differing between sources. They are variously presented as men, supernatural beings (giants or demons), national groups, or lands. Gog and Magog occur widely in mythology and folklore.
The earliest known reference to “Gog” and “Magog” together is also in the Bible, in the Book of Ezekiel:
38:2. Son of man, set thy face against Gog, of the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal, and prophesy against him,
3. And you shall say; So said the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, Gog, the prince, the head of Meshech and Tubal.
In terms of extra-biblical Jewish tradition, Gog the “prince” has been explained being one of the 70 national angels – of whom all except one, Michael, the guardian angel of Israel , are fallen angels. According to this interpretation, Gog is the angel of a nation called Magog (literally meaning “of Gog” or “from Gog”). Gog in this view represents an apocalyptic coalition of nations arrayed against Israel.
Given this somewhat frightening Biblical imagery, it is somewhat odd that images of Gog and Magog depicted as giants are carried in a traditional procession in the Lord Mayor’s Show by the Lord Mayor of the City of London. According to the tradition, the giants Gog and Magog are guardians of the City of London, and images of them have been carried in the Lord Mayor’s Show since the days of King Henry V. The Lord Mayor’s procession takes place each year on the second Saturday of November.
The Lord Mayor’s account of Gog and Magog says that the Roman Emperor Diocletian had thirty-three wicked daughters. He found thirty three husbands for them to curb their wicked ways; they chafed at this, and under the leadership of the eldest sister, Alba, they murdered them. For this crime, they were set adrift at sea; they were washed ashore on a windswept island, which after Alba was called Albion. Here they coupled with demons, and gave birth to a race of giants, among whose descendants were Gog and Magog.
An even older British connection to Gog and Magog appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s influential 12th century Historia Regum Britanniae, which states that Goemagot was a giant slain by the eponymous Cornish hero Corin or Corineus. The tale figures in the body of unlikely lore that has Britain settled by the Trojan soldier Brutus and other fleeing heroes from the Trojan War. Corineus is supposed to have slain the giant by throwing him into the sea near Plymouth. Wace (Roman de Brut), Layamon (Layamon’s Brut) (who calls the giant Goemagog), and other chroniclers retell the story, which was picked up by later poets and romanciers. John Milton’s History of Britain gives this version:
The Island, not yet Britain, but Albion, was in a manner desert and inhospitable, kept only by a remnant of Giants, whose excessive Force and Tyrannie had consumed the rest. Them Brutus destroies, and to his people divides the land, which, with some reference to his own name, he thenceforth calls Britain. To Corineus, Cornwall, as now we call it, fell by lot; the rather by him lik’t, for that the hugest Giants in Rocks and Caves were said to lurk still there; which kind of Monsters to deal with was his old exercise.
And heer, with leave bespok’n to recite a grand fable, though dignify’d by our best Poets: While Brutus, on a certain Festival day, solemnly kept on that shore where he first landed (Totnes), was with the People in great jollity and mirth, a crew of these savages, breaking in upon them, began on the sudden another sort of Game than at such a meeting was expected. But at length by many hands overcome, Goemagog, the hugest, in hight twelve cubits, is reserved alive; that with him Corineus, who desired nothing more, might try his strength, whom in a Wrestle the Giant catching aloft, with a terrible hugg broke three of his Ribs: Nevertheless Corineus, enraged, heaving him up by main force, and on his shoulders bearing him to the next high rock, threw him hedlong all shatter’d into the sea, and left his name on the cliff, called ever since Langoemagog, which is to say, the Giant’s Leap.
Michael Drayton’s Polyolbion preserves the tale as well:
Amongst the ragged Cleeves those monstrous giants sought:
Who (of their dreadful kind) t’appal the Trojans brought
Great Gogmagog, an oake that by the roots could teare;
So mighty were (that time) the men who lived there:
But, for the use of armes he did not understand
(Except some rock or tree, that coming next to land,
He raised out of the earth to execute his rage),
He challenge makes for strength, and offereth there his gage,
Which Corin taketh up, to answer by and by,
Upon this sonne of earth his utmost power to try.
Gog Magog Hills
The Gog Magog Hills are about three miles south of Cambridge, said to be the metamorphosis of the giant after being rejected by the nymph Granta (i.e. the River Cam). The dowser T.C. Lethbridge claimed to have discovered a group of three hidden chalk carvings in the Gogmagog Hills. This alleged discovery is described at length in his book Gogmagog: The Buried Gods, in which Lethbridge uses his discoveries to extrapolate a primal deity named ‘Gog’ and his consort, ‘Ma-Gog’, which he believed represented the Sun and Moon. Although his discovery of the chalk figures in the Gogmagog Hills has been dogged by controversy, there are similarities between the name and nature of the purported ‘Gog’ and the Irish deity Ogma, or the Gaulish Ogmios.
The Cambridge molly side, Gog Magog, take their name from these hills.
The effigies were cut in the chalk hills…hence the Cerne Giant!
The 2015 Lord Mayor’s Show…starting at 11am! A parade
Towards the head of the procession you will see two stern but benevolent wicker giants. They are Gog and Magog, the traditional guardians of the City of London, and they have been carried in the Lord Mayor’s Show since the reign of Henry V. Sometimes called Gogmagog and Corineus, are descended from mythical pagan giants and their origins lie in mediaeval legends of the early British Kings.
Gog and Magog symbolize one of many links between the modern business institutions of the City and its ancient history. This is only the most recent of many rebirths, which have long been symbolised by the phoenix on Magog’s shield representing return after fire. Today, the words of Thomas Boreman in his “Gigantick History” of 1741 summarise the Londoner’s view as well as ever:
“Corineus and Gogmagog were two brave giants who richly valued their honour and exerted their whole strength and force in the defence of their liberty and country; so the City of London, by placing these, their representatives in their Guildhall, emblematically declare, that they will, like mighty giants defend the honour of their country and liberties of this their City; which excels all others, as much as those huge giants exceed in stature the common bulk of mankind.”
Peter Knight-The Cerne Giant – (Stone Seeker Publishing).
“More than this, the Egyptians believed, as well as several other ancient cultures, that a portal to the Otherworld was located in the sky where the ecliptic (the path of the sun) crosses the galactic plane. This sacred place is above Orion, in line with his raised club – the club points to the Stargate point, sitting midst the Milky Way.”
So, we have connections of giants to stargates…and their keepers! We have mention of the Merovingian’s as well…and they believe themselves to be of the same bloodlines as the fallen angels.