Re: Theos-World The trick with psychics, saints, and psychotics
Feb 26, 2006 10:38 PM
Enjoyed your posts. Also found your web site interesting. Unfortunately
the TimeStar animation didn't work (bad link). Some comments on "Hu" below in
In a message dated 2/26/06 12:46:20 PM, email@example.com writes:
> John -- Thanks for the clarification on the STS-80 footage. My
> reason for mentioning STS-48 is to demonstrate the effects of
> extraterrestrial life can be highly visible. The idea that
> extraterrestrial and human life are fundamentally different genres --
> whether inferior or superior -- stems from racist attitudes. As an
> aside, racism and bigotry associated with it have played an
> unfortunate role in theosophical history that defies the basic
> premises of the 3 objects. My first clue about this was in "The
> Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett," in which a Mahatma unequivocably
> stated that Sinnett was a racist. But my observations of the
> effects of racism in The Theosophical Movement are not limited to
> Sinnett's racism, which, again, was just the first clue.
> 1. I'd like to hear your comments on STS-80. Wow! Taping all the
> missions and shuttles is quite a job. Your video library must be
> huge. What is your purpose in doing this?
> 2. The solar eclipse on July 11, 1991 was one of the longest
> eclipses in history and was recorded in the Dresden Codex circa 775
> CE, along with indications that the star masters would return on
> that date. The History Channel documentary showed images of the
> Codex commenting on the eclpses.
> 3. Yes, photos of the 11 UFO's were in infrared. These photos have
> been analyzed to show and all conventional explanations proposed
> have been eliminated. Bruce Macabee did some of the analysis.
> 4. I use the term "husapien" because it is more succinct than "Homo
> sapien sapien." Many people don't understand the implications
> of "Homo sapien sapien," so I don't waste time going into the
> details. Husapien works fine. I am familiar with Churchward and
> Leplongeon but am not aware of the "H" glyph.
What Wikipedia has to say about Hu:
For the god of eternity in the Ogdoad, see Huh (god)
In Egyptian mythology, Hu (also spelt Huh) is the deification of the
first word, the word of creation, that Atum was said to have exclaimed upon
ejaculating, in his masturbatory act of creating the Ennead. As the word of
creation, he is very similar to the later Hindu concept of Aum, and also to the later
hellenic concept of Logos, the thought that thought exists, which was later
adopted into the Gospel of John (usually translated as in the beginning was the
word rather than in the beginning was the Logos).
His name is thought to originate as an onomatopoeia of the act of
drawing breath, although it can also be translated, in which situation it means
eternity. It was later said that Atum split this aspect from himself by extracting
blood from his own penis and turning it into Hu and Saa, the deification of
wisdom. Due to this shared birth, and the close kinship between the concepts,
Hu and Saa were considered boyfriends.
The aspect of such creative power, the attribute of Atum that mattered
most, was one with which Pharaohs were keen to associate themselves.
Consequently, as sometimes Pharaohs depicted their divine power in statuary as a sphinx,
a seated, human-headed, lion, Hu was occasionally shown in this form. In
particular, in years much later after its construction, the Great Sphinx, at Giza,
was seen as a representation of Hu.
When Atum and Ra were later identified as each other, becoming Atum-Ra,
Hu became also the offspring of Ra, in which capacity he is more frequently
> 5. The "blinking out" associated with with some UFO / ET contacts
> is a great topic. Blavatsky's associates experienced similar
> events, such as the time a letter was delivered to her aunt while
> HPB was in Tibet in the 1860's. After hearing someone knock on the
> door, her aunt opened the door to find a tall Asiatic man wearing a
> turban who handed her a letter than disappeared before her eyes.
> There's much more I would like to say about this, but I don't have
> the time for great detail at this point.
> Thanks for responding to my post.
> Best regards,
> Krsanna Duran
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