Deep in the heart of Texas!
I live in Arlington Texas. I’m a Texan, born and raised. My father was a trucker, so of course we lived in many other places, but this (Texas) is my home.
I remember driving through Arlington when they were first adding to it. It was a sector of Dallas/Fort Worth which was meant for the rich…and was relatively small. It was definitely not meant for the more than one million people who live here now.
This article came to me out of curiosity. A customer whom I have known for over 10 years mentioned that we had a miniature “STONEHEDGE” in Arlington. And the site which I now work also had a nearby structure which was supposedly used by pagans too. So, I began my research…
“A wee bit o’ Scotland has come to the outskirts of Cowboys Stadium, and with it a foggy auld controversy over whether a Scottish sculpture park is also a pagan shrine that might hex the Dallas Cowboys.” “ ‘I believe there’s a devil and that we tugged on his cape.”
Norm Hines was a graduate and tenured professor of art at Pamona College in Claremont, California in 1984 when he was commissioned by Jane Mathes Kelton, CEO and COB of the Kelton Mathes Development Corporation (and an heir to the Scottish-American television magnet, Curtis Mathes), to take on the Caelum Moor project. It was a monumental work of art that would become the signature and focal point of The Highlands Business Park, a 340-acre multi-use business community in Arlington, Texas.
Norm made $1.5 million for the project, a task that would take him over two years to complete. The sculpture would consist of 540 tons of freestanding pink Texas granite – 22 pieces in all, ranging from 15 to 34 feet high – and was named Caelum after a remote constellation in the Southern skies which comes from a Latin word meaning “sculptor’s tool,” and Moor after the windswept, mystical moors of Scotland. The Stonehenge-like work of art, situated on 5.5 acres of a gently rolling park, included a small, winding lake, a fountain, seasonal landscaping, and a 350-seat natural amphitheater. The stones were set into 5 separate groupings, each being given its own Celtic name including Tan Tara, De’Danaan, Morna Linn, Tolmen Barrow and Sarsen Caer. Caelum Moor was one of the largest environmental sculptures in the Western Hemisphere.
CAELUM: is a constellation in the southern skies, introduced by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille. In Latin, the name means “Chisel”……and it was formerly known as Caelum Scalptorium (“the engravers’ chisel”); a rare word, unconnected with the far more common Latin caelum, meaning “sky, heaven, atmosphere”.
Clue that he (Lacaille) was a Freemason? Circinus is another constellation he defined, and its name is Latin for compass, referring to the drafting tool used for drawing circles (it should not be confused with Pyxis, a constellation that represents a mariner’s compass which points north). Two of the principal symbols always found in a Masonic Lodge are the square and compasses.
Latin caelum means both ‘the heavens’ (from the same root as ‘celestial‘), and ‘sculptor’s chisel‘, or burin; an engraving tool for metals and stone. It is this instrument that La Caille had in mind when he named this constellation.
The word ‘sky’, often used to translate Latin caelum, is a cognate of Latin scutum, shield. Scutum is another constellation. Our word ‘sky’ comes from an Old Norse word, sky, which means ‘cloud’. The word Caelum, on the other hand, is related to German heiter, which is translated ‘clear, shining, cloudless’. The word celestial derives from Latin caelum; ‘celestial’ in English seems to refer to objects above the clouds; celestial beings are heavenly beings, meaning a god or angel, planets and stars are celestial bodies. The Roman counterpart for Greek Uranus is Caelus.
Caelum: n (genitive caeli); second declension
- (vault of) heaven
- 405, Jerome and others, Vulgate, Genesis 28:12
- viditque in somnis scalam stantem super terram et cacumen illius tangens caelum angelos quoque Dei ascendentes et descendentes per eam
And he saw in his sleep a ladder standing upon the earth, and the top thereof touching heaven: the angels also of God ascending and descending by it.
Jacob used a STONE as a pillow. This is obviously a metaphor.
Constructed with 22 pieces…with 22 ton stones is a monumental effort? That number is one utilized by the Freemasons!
22° Prince of Libanus
Libanus is another name for Lebanon and the story of this degree tells of those who cut cedar from the forests of Lebanon in order to build Noah’s Ark. The underlying lesson is that labor is honorable and that we should strive to improve the condition of those who labor.
Knight of the Royal Axe or Prince of Libanus-Mars
In this PDF, it reminds us that not only is Freemasonry a UNIVERSAL religion but that the “object ans mission” of the whole thing is the worship of the Grand Architect of the Universe: a religion whose god is the devil, “the god of this world,” who is pronounced by Christ “a liar from the beginning, and the father of it.”
Americans are not opened by such paltering, is, that the god of this world blinds the mind of those who practice his worship: as the serpent blinds the eyes of charmed animals to all objects but itself. (2 Cor. 3; 14 and 4, 4.)
BABYLON HAS FALLEN
The whole universal religion stems back from Nimrod. GOD was very angry that Nimrod tried to gain access into the heavens so HE confused the people of the world by separating them by confusion of language. After this Nimrod established a distinction among men, and founded a city, and called it Babylon Tradition says, that the dedication was at the full of the moon. Nimrod was the FIRST MASON.
In 1553, in digging for salt mines, the workmen found the ruins of a triangular edifice 15 cubits deep. In the center of this edifice they found many trophies of antiquity: An urn of agate, and many marble columns with hieroglyphics engraven theron.
So essentially this MONUMENT built is to adorn the Mason as an artist who is likened to their god, Satan.
I have NO DOUBT that The Holy Spirit just revealed that BABYLON is the very entity of FREEMASONRY itself and it will fall!
Are these structures a gateway? A ritual to open gates? A pillar is often utilized in Freemasonry. Obviously this is a sign between them of a secret symbolism.
De’Danaan ? Moor? Tuatha De Danaan
This is translated as “people(s)/tribes(s) of the goddess Danu”. It’s also referenced as Tuath De (“tribe of the gods”), a supernatural race in Irish mythology.
Let’s not beat around the bush here!
Legends were given by mouth as a tradition, a way to carry on the bloodlines. Examples would be Atlantis, Merovingians, etc.
The Aos Si (older form aes sidhe) is the Irish term for the supernatural race. In the Irish language, aos sí means “people of the mounds”.
People of the mounds are commonly known as giants! Red-headed giants to be specific!
Cassiopeia, and Adromeda are but two of the places where these so-called ‘Ascended Masters’ come from.
Cassiopeia has been variously portrayed throughout her history as a constellation. In Persia, she was drawn by al-Sufi as a queen holding a staff with a crescent moon in her right hand, wearing a crown, as well as a two-humped camel.
The Moors were Muslim inhabitants of the Maghreb, the Iberian Peninsula, Sicily, and Malta during the Middle Ages. The Moors were initially of Berber and Arab descent, though the term was later applied to Africans, Iberian Christian converts to Islam, and people of mixed ancestry.
CONNECT the Masons to the Ascended Masters?
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