“EACH of the four primary elements as taught by the early philosophers has its analogue in the quaternary terrestrial constitution of man. The rocks and earth correspond to the bones and flesh; the water to the various fluids; the air to the gases; and the fire to the bodily heat. Since the bones are the framework that sustains the corporeal structure, they may be regarded as a fitting emblem of the spirit–that divine foundation which supports the composite fabric of mind, soul, and body. To the initiate, the skeleton of death holding in bony fingers the reaper’s scythe denotes Saturn (Kronos), the father of the gods, carrying the sickle with which he mutilated Ouranos, his own sire.” –Manly P Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages
“One of the more complicated aspects of Children of the Stones is the concept of the “time circle” and the “psychic bubble”. The village within the stone circle exists in a time rift, where the same actions are played out (with minor variations), over and over again, with the end result being that the power of the circle will eventually be released to the outside world. Whenever this is faulted, however, the time circle resets and the same events attempt again to unfold. However, since time is passing in the outside world in a normal way, that within the time circle must also progress matching the time period of the real world while still attempting to play out the events within.
Within Children of the Stones, there are four cycles of the time circle that are clearly described, although in reality there are likely to be a great number more.” – said TTN and wikipedia
Time is an illusion and somebody has said that before. But I saw a code in one of TTN’s links, and he was saying that we should work together and solve this puzzle.
TTN, this is my take on decoding and I am always willing to help in any way I can. In the past, I have found that my input hasn’t been helpful, just annoying. Or perhaps it is more accurate to say that I have poor communication skills. Anyway, I will take a stab…
stab (v.) late 14c., “thrust with a pointed weapon,” first in Scottish English, apparently a dialectal variant of Scottish stob “to pierce, stab,” from stob (n.), perhaps a variant of stub (n.) “stake, nail,” but Barnhart finds this “doubtful.” Figurative use, of emotions, etc., is from 1590s. Related: Stabbed; stabbing.
what was the ‘weapon’?
It was a knife or a blade, and seems to be for ‘prying open’ something. Perhaps MEMEory?
weapon (n.) Old English wæpen “instrument of fighting and defense, sword,” also “penis,” from Proto-Germanic *wēipna- (source also of Old Saxon wapan, Old Norse vapn, Danish vaaben, Old Frisian wepin, Middle Dutch wapen, Old High German wafan, German Waffe “weapon”).
(in reel time, before my eyes was a story weaved, in reel time with comets on merovee)
S-tone Y street.
A wolf is not as majestic as a lion. And that is why this gets so much attention.
There is a time loop factor here, and something nags at the memory. Something to get your attention. The MANDELA effect. Southwark Cathedral.
In 2001. And A2 is 12. It just IS. Or is it?
The white bus and the VW bus.
A time loop.
El Pastor and Wheatsheaf pub.
Al pastor (from Spanish, “shepherd style”).
Black & Blue. Sable.
Am I my brother’s keeper?
Yes! You are his keeper. Not his killer.