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Dapanema (dcvtdvT|na), meaning in English: Money or Expense.

Let's find out what the ancients put into the word J The delta (5) connects two wocds. There are two things contained in. the one word, such as in ¿O^a, where we had, at least, two Ochsen contained since one alone would be In German "ein Ochs" ; two or several are "Ochsen". The plural in the latter word is formed by adding "en" to the singular form. Pi (it) is used for d or f; n (v) is used as m; therefore, the first word up to ticutdv or: der Herr Adam; in English: Mr. Adam, The second part shall be explained this way: m (t.t) is used as au, which makes the word "eaua". Au, or rather the Greek mu (¡a) is also used as v (never as f) and this "eaua" is our old girl Eva. Money therefore means—Adam & Eve, or Adam & Emma!! the good and the evil. (Note the last word, evil, and compare it with Eve!)

Epidmaino (¿jtiSnaivci)) to provoke, to irritate. Epi means "auf", in English: over, above, or "at the place of", d ( 5) is used as: der, die, das, (one of the three German articles) ; maioo equals "Mauer" or in English che wall. Thus, when Eve saw the tree she was ignited with desire to get that "apple" or, in language we can understand it means: Money was running up (the price of stocks was rising) towards a place where there is a wall (the stratosphere) and she took the apple, i.e. bought with the money stocks or commodities right smack at the top, like all the doxa do.

The next word to be analyzed is eleeo, , to pity; This word represents the German word Ltcwe, with whom we should have pity. He acts like a wild lion—yes, the market acts that way when it is boiling near she top, as It happened in mid-July 1943- Since the word always represents the effect, that comes after and not the cause or actual condition (see above), we, as the market declines, should have piry with the ones who just previous to the decline acted like a lion.

Zemcis, Zeu^i.5 , a celebrated Greek painter. This is what the- dictionary says it means. Use Z as S; use e\j as "ei" ; use x | as a connecting letter, which because it is just a connecting link, therefore means nothing in the place where it stands. Use -is as "es" or "dies". Therefore, we obtain the meaning of the word Zeuxis: Sei es! or: Sei dies! In English is means: You should be or act the way he (Zeuxis, the painter) did, as he is described or painted. This would be the ideal way of life.

DUAL MEANINGS imstion (iiiostlov) a cloak or mantle. This word is very interesting as to its origin, so interesting, in /a«, (hat, a.-» I saw it now reminds me immediately of some thijty pages contained in the "Legends of the Jews" Volume I. Before giving you the explanation of the meaning of that Greek word, we shall talk about those thirty pages and the contents thereof.

THE ABRAHAM-TERAH STORY These legends were patiently translated from German into English by Louis Giniberg, a distinguished Jewish scholar. They consist of five volumes, besides a special 6th volume, the Index and Notes. The latter consists mostly of references to other sources. These Jewish Legends I have worked with for years. Tbey have been read so often and filled with marginal notes all over, that die pages look more like stenographic note books than pages of something that should really "decorate" one's library. Anyhow, the part 1 ant speaking of, has speciii reference to our Greek word imation. About this cloak or mantle the details are found in Vol. I, pages 185 to 208, especially from page 196 onward. It deals with Abraham, whose father Terah made a lot of images (statues). To them he prayed; of them he expected a lot of benefit. Abe tried them out too. So did I in years gone by! Abe went into their chamber for they had a special room. He put food before them to eat. Later when he came back, he saw, chat they had not even touched what he put before them. Angry at that he chopped off their heads, one after che other. The noise created by Abe as he destroyed them attracted his father, who scolded the boy Abraham because he had spent months and months creating the Images or statues, whereas Abe, with the axe, mined them completly on short notice. First, Abe put the blame on the big image (the Sun!) saying that he had done the destructive job, but his father said, he couldn't have done it and it rmist have been Abraham. That way Terah admitted that this particular image was powerless. Anyhow, it seems as if Terah didn't have enough Gods yet, so he constructed more (Uranus, Nepcune, Pluto!!) and when they were ready, he sent his son Abe out to sell them. We see him running down the street, crying: I sell Gods, a dollar apiece, Gods that can't talk, Gods that can do nothing whatever, buy the Gods of Terah! He sold some here, some there, especially old women seemed to fail for them. Abraham afterwards had some conversation with one of the women. He ask-ed her why she really wanted to buy such Gods; he finally sold her one even at a discount.

Anyhow, Abraham constantly tells Terah and others such as Ninrrod, che king who proclaimed himself to be Almighty, that they should not pray to Gods who can't do anything, but he reminded them to pray to the One and Only God, who makes things live and who makes things die.

The way to find the true God was to destroy all the images, the woodAi, iron, braim and golden Gods and take Him only. [Note here similarity with Noah and the flood! All living things were destroyed except Noah.)

These stories have very little to do wich the religious part of the book. In fact, the average reader, after he has completed the one hundred and thirteen pages, to be exact, may find the whole matter entertaining, in so far as it shows how "chiidish" the Ancients were, how little they knew about "our God", bow they could get along, dragging wooden images through the streets when appar ently traffic cops did not bother them in their operations. Ail in all, we must remember that these stories "occurred" some four or five thousands years .igo! Bur for "children" they ate still suitable, because it gives them somerhing to work their imagination. Modern adults don'c know what Goethe had said or, if so, they don'c know about "double meanings".

On the othec hand, when we size up the question from the scientific point of view, we have to ask ourselves; Why are stories of chat type so carefully translated? Why do we find a special index for them, in a separate volume, which refers us to a lot of other books or places in which the same or similar things are mentioned or explained? If the cranslatoc would know the real meaning of the subject (as per Goethe), comparisons or references co other places and other books would not be necessary, because he would know, chat he actually illustrates one thing comparing it with another, that is again the vety same thing. Buc, as stated previously, about the 39 laws being forbidden to the Jews on account of one of them having been actually forbidden, that was by mistake mixed in with the others, they have no way of recognizing the sameness.

To get still further into the matter of careful translations by scholars, I have for many years in my possession the Pseudepigrapha and Apocrypha of the Old Testament, published by Oxford. At least one half of each page in these volumes contains notes made by those scholars showing places where che same or similar statements occur. They carefully note at which place it "seems" as if a word was shy or a word in a certain cext has i little different shading or spelling compared to a similar word found in another text. In the book of "Adam and Eve", for example, theyi bring two versions parallel to each other The gist is the same in both stories. However, some parts are shortened in one story, other parts are somewhat differently constructed. At any rate". "Something" tells them: Watch, and watch every word, every syllable, and don't dare to substitute or switch, omit or add. No change of the original meaning must slip in, because the original writer started his writing in such a way that absolutely no change or variation was to be allowed, else the meaning could be wrongly constcued by those who go after actual meaning in earnest be that 300 or 1,000 years after his death!

The original wiste: of the part of the story in the "Legends of the Jews", when he describes Terah and his Gods in contrast co Abraham, had not scholars or scientists in his mind, who look for glory and fame, (doxa), but he wanted to warn an entirely different group of people of errors inro which they wrap themselves; he meant astrologers. Astrologers, as a whole, ate a certain group of people, men and women, who are not satisfied with jusi the present, but are interested to find the future before it arrives. I told you that for years I had been delving into this subject, because I was dissatisfied with knowing just actual facts, i.e. the present. In fact, I was even dissatisfied with astrology, because I had too many Gods around me, each one supposedly doing something else, bringing something else about. One was to incite wars, such as Mars; another was to have something to lay about love affairs, meaning Venus; a third had to do with business, Mercucius, the one whom we even find decorating the postage stamps of Uruguay and France. Another was to bring us luck and fortune (Jupiter); another supposedly affects us adversely altogether (Saturnus). We still had the Sun to cover us with "glory and fame"—-so che saying goes in astrological books, besides (he Moon, the mother which supposedly makes things grow. I am not even speaking of the Nodes, North Node, South Node, which ace also used to forecast events when planets cross over them in angles or by conjunction, nor am I touching upon the latest found planets who ate all-important to astrologers.

The writer himself is represented in the stories just spoken of as Abraham; Terah, his father, represents the various astrologers living everywhere on this globe. People who do not use astrology are therefore not considered at all. He is only speaking to astologers, because the rest of mankind don't count in this case. The latter are only looking for gloiy and bubbles, whereas astrologers are looking for future even«. But, here it is not the question of: "Like father, so son"; the father in this case represents the many, the ones who have oodles of Gods ar their disposal, oodles of planets that ate supposed to influence man's life or the life of anything under the Sun, whereas the son, Abe, speaks of praying to the ONLY One. He chopped off the hands and feet of all his images. He s»rs so verbally in the story where he speaks of the destruction of the sinful cities of Sodom and Gomorrha (L. J. I, 253), of Jshmael cast off, page 263, of the rides of Sin (two) and the three other cities, five all told (page 243). You simply must read for yourself the entire stoty and read it with other eyes than you used to read those things before.

Therefore, we can now see, from what has been, said, the difficulty of understanding the Bible. I had begun my explanations several pages previous but never ever reached an example, not for want of material or lack of ability, but because I had to bring first numerous ideas to the fore. All these gradually opened the way to size up the main meaning of the Bible. It all boils down, to this: Nothing in the Bible and related books can be understood by way of abstract sciences,by way of mathematics, physics, chemistry, learning, etc. Life can only be understood by way of astrology. Even that is not enough! The many Gods with which astrology is acquainted and which astrologers cherish, whose paths they follow to the split second, from day to day, represent only the second story of the Adc of Noah. You may remember that the Ark of Noah had three stories, all told, just as we have Heaven, Purgatory and Hell. At any rate, if we abandon Terah and his lot and follow the advice of Abe, we shall get to the real place into a new path.

Therefore, the main subject treated in this book: "The Five-Fold Horoscope" is to be considered by you as a stepping stone away from the common ordinary and helpless methods of astrology, such as ate practiced ail oyer, most of which produce results that are too ridiculous for words and which give the learned and so-called educated classes an opportunity to knock astrology right and left. The attitude of astrologers is faulty, who say to laymen: Oh, pipe down., we know what we are doing, you know nothing of Houses or Signs. You know nothing about how to figure the movements of the planets, but we know . We may be wrong once in a while, but sometimes we hit, etc., etc. This attitude shows that their Gods do not eat and do not speak. They cannot defend themselves openly just because of that condition. With the aid of the Five-Fold Horoscope, if properly studied and correctly erected, you wjll find that suddenly the "figure" taiks quite a bit. True, once in a while, it may stutter a little, but stutterers speak too. It is much more work to erect a Five-Fold Horoscope, which takes normally about three to five hours, whereas the average astrologer slaps a horoscope together in five minutes and "is sure" it gives complete forecasts of events immediately. Yes, as long as the world is full of toy balloons, and enough kids ate at the fair grounds to buy them for a dime, it's alright with me! Bur, when you are through with this book, you will come to the conclusion that even though you may master every bit of what it contains and be able to correctly apply it fot yourself, you will have an awful lot of things of a secret nature to learn as time goes on.

After you can use the Five-Fold Horoscope in a practical way, stick to it, but try to proceed in the way of Abraham. You may gradually get off into much different roads (directions are shown here everywhere), but at the same time hold on to your trodden road, che Five-Fold Horoscope, as far as revenue or practical work is concerned. The road "under construction" is not passable for a while, but is getting prepared.

It is now possible to explain the Greek word imation, meaning a cloak or mantle, a covering;

It simply means; the image or images, the idols which the astrologers prize. Magos contained in the word "image" has a relation to "wise". The Wise Men of the East (in French' Les ttois Mages) ace those who were wise. They are r;o-t covered by the word imation. The average astrologers wear a cloak or mantle. They have the jewel, but don't see it. But, to become really wise it is necessary to destroy those idols to which the astrologers cling. Apparently they can't find their way out of their idols. We have to take an axe and chop the idols to pieces the way Abraham did.

Thd cloak must be removed, the nut must be cracked to get at the kernel. Yes, it's hard to remove the brazen Gods unless the astrologer wants to run his horoscope without a planet. But, I was able to throw them out too. Get busy with that too! But first you have to learn the use of the Five-Fold Horoscope which is a great step forward, corn paced to average astrology and then, take the axe! Let Phoenix appear!

Above, I spoke about the three stories of the Ark of Noah. Noah, himself means: "No", don't use: your idols, "ah", use the ONLY one, and build the Ark with it. As the basis we can use all the sciences; physics, chemistry, astronomy, medicine, philology, and all the rest. The rudiments of all these must be known to make an astrologer, even though the masses, especially the learned classes believe one must first be half looney so as to be able to become an astrologer. They never can elevate their mind away from materialism, from the PRESENT. Everything "above" Nature, wherein they don't live, which they call "supernatural" or that which is found m the second story of Noah's Ark is taboo, is ignored. They know only that which everyone knows, but know nothing abouc the thoughts of the few. There plenty of air near or close to the ground, all kinds of airs; if they have not air, they blow with the aid of electric fans some hot ait on themselves. They aspire for glory and fame. The asttologers, at least, have some idols (ideals), something tangible with which they play around, which they call their Gods, even though they are not Gods, but mete "balloons", that have their fall. Very few of them aspire for great advancements; they are much satisfied with their lot. if they would think back to childhood days, watch the most simple things of life, for example, how a boy can use a piece of wooden lath, nail an old beit to it and have a shoulder strap and a gun. Watch how he makes a machine gun: i 3 foot piece of boird, narrowed off ar the two thirds length, a couple of cuts as demarkations for the visor, there you have his complete war outfit. Roughly hewn wood is preferrablc to fine pieces turned out by the mills for cabinet work. Split seconds, long decimals or logarithms such as astrologers ate prone to use are misleading. These things lead them into jungles, from which it is very hard to cut a way out. Just listen to the simple language Abraham used, when he told Terah to forsake his dead idols; He simply said: They can't talk, they can't eat, nor drink. By that he meant: they ate just good for nothing, but good to waste your time. And yet, Terah, after promising to Abe that he would drop them all and start a new life, we soon find him back at work to build new Gods. Maybe they were a little different, but, how far was he away from the rtue God! in Longitude, Latitude, Declination, Right Ascension, heliocentrically and geo-centrically, in, fact, once I counted 28 possibilities to make one single idol and, mind you, there weie seven of them! nay, ten, since I forgot to count the ones discovered later, which are highly prized at the present time and to whom present day astrologers ascribe all the troubles of having brought about the present war. But, we must put such ideas among the idols, Into "imacion".

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