مسجد الحرام

This morning I was overcome about position and importance of  Masjid Al-haram, the forbidden gathering place. It must be forbidden for some reason and why is so important place forbidden for the humans.

We just need to follow Cui Bono, to whom is it a benefit in this material world …

When we see what is happening in Saudi Arabia, we can be sure that black cube in that country, cant be original Masjid Al-haram. In the Nobel Qur’an, there is no mentioning of black cube either position of  Masjid Al-haram.

The cube is merely the three dimensional version of the four-sided square, which corresponds to the physical realm and material world; yet another link to the cube being the building block of nature (with ‘nature’ being the material world). We can also logically see that the number four is represented in many forms of our established world. There are the four seasons, the elements (air, fire, earth, and water), signs of the zodiac, cardinal directions, and countless other places.

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Symbols and colors are the building blocks of all visual symbols and have been used since the dawn of man to represent divine energy (e.g. the direct depiction of God is not allowed in several religions). Colors can be used to influence the mind, as is evident in foods that are colored differently from their natural version to make them more palatable, or even in sales marketing. Carl Jung was one of the forefathers of modern psychology and had a deep interest in colors. He believed there was a connection between alchemy and the psychology of the unconscious mind, most likely because of the ability of images to influence our internal thoughts.

Sephirots of the Kabbalah correspond to the ten points of the Tetractys. If you take 7 of the 10 points to form a cube, you are left with three dots that represent the ethereal invisible nature of the world, while the 7 of the cube represent the material, three dimensional world.

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Staying on the Kabbalah/mystical/ancient occult knowledge, we can also make a reasonable relation between Saturn and the cube. The black cube is symbolic of Saturn because of occult beliefs in its symbolizing the three dimensional world we live in as a symbol for matter. One of the oddest things surrounding Saturn worship is the observance the NASA Voyager and Cassini missions made when they were taking photos of the poles of Saturn. There is an unexplained hexagon shaped vortex storm on the north pole of Saturn that you can see in the public domain. A hexagon is actually a flattened out cube when viewed at it three dimensional, so I find it odd that the ancient occult practices somehow knew this and worshiped it before the photographs were taken.

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I can write so many things about Saturn connections with Black Sun, Šejtan, Satan, إبليس, but no need.

Each of us need to find what is deception and what is true. You choose…

And you doesn’t need to be a Muslim to know that Allah doesn’t fit in material world.

Just to repeat, Petra means stone, but doesn’t need to be stumbling block !

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