Re: Theos-World Olcott denying HPB?
Mar 12, 2006 04:21 PM
Thanks for your kind reply and comments. I took special note of your
reference to the "HCO" in one of your posts to me and I do have some familiarity
to the disciplined training available there and "other" departments thereof.
BTW, I have been trying to remember a work I once had but let go long
ago, the entire work was devoted to Calendars, Sun Dials and Gnomens it was by an
author named "Hewlson" or something close to that. It had wonderful graphical
contents cross-culturally of the ancient knowledge for instance how the Steps
of the Parthenon were a calendrical Sundial integrally in the very form and
structure itself. He diagram "The Cycle of Jupiter" or weekly calendarium of
five days, substituted for the older reckoning of the Sabbaths, when Saturn
reigned. He often diagrams "Blundevils Memorial Line for the order in which the
planets were numbered as the days of the week and to the hours of the day."
This is a grid reference diagram, planets on horizontal and days on the vertical
axis. I notice that one can have a perception from this diagram in particular
to the seven days that outlined resembles a certain glyph found in the
Wish I could remember his exact name and the Title of his work but I
haven't been able too.
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