Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Only Golden Suzanne is My Knight in Shinning Armor





   

   

 
{God} is the { Sφurce } of The Grail
Α Horus={God}{god}{king}{Queen}{goddess}{Goddess}=Set Ω
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The Return to the Kingdom
The Kingdom of God (Greekβασιλεία τοῦ θεοῦBasileia tou Theou[1]) or Kingdom of Heaven (Hebrewמלכות השמים‎, Malkuth haShamayimGreekΒασιλεία τῶν ΟυρανῶνBasileia tōn Ouranōn) is a foundational concept in the Abrahamic religionsJudaismChristianity and Islam.
The term "Kingdom of God" is found in all four canonical gospels and in the Pauline epistles. The Gospel of Matthew uses the phrase "Kingdom of Heaven" more often, perhaps to avoid offending Jews in the early church[2] or perhaps simply a translation of the rabbinical expression "Malkut Shamayim".[3] The term is also found in various writing styles such as parablebeatitudeprayermiracle story and aphorism.[4]
Return of the Immortal  Son of God
"Son of God" is a phrase which according to most Christian denominationsTrinitarian in belief, refers to the relationship between Jesus and God, specifically as "God the Son". To a minority of Christians, nontrinitarians, the term "Son of God", applied to Jesus in the New Testament, is accepted, while the non-biblical but less ambiguous "God the Son" is not.
Throughout history, emperors have assumed titles that amount to being "a son of god", "a son of a god" or "son of Heaven".[1] Roman EmperorAugustus referred to his relation to the deified adoptive father, Julius Caesar as "son of a god" via the term divi filius which was later also used byDomitian and is distinct from the use of Son of God in the New Testament.[2]
In the New Testament, the title "Son of God" is applied to Jesus on many occasions.[3] It is often seen as referring to his divinity, from the beginning in the Annunciation up to the Crucifixion.[3] The declaration that Jesus is the Son of God is made by many individuals in the New Testament, and on two separate occasions by God the Father as a voice from Heaven, and is asserted by Jesus himself.[3][4][5][6]
Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of the Immortal Queen
goddess is a female deity. In some cultures goddesses are associated with Earthmotherhoodlove, and the household. In other cultures, goddesses also rule over war, death, and destruction as well as healing.
Of the existing major religions today, Hinduism is the only religion where the sacred feminine occupies a central place in prayer and worship. Sacred Feminine orShaktism is one of the three major Hindu denominations of worship along with Vishnu and Shiva.one of the great goddesess are Athena.
The primacy of a monotheistic or near-monotheistic "Great Goddess" is advocated by some modern matriarchists as a female version of, preceding, or analogue to, the Abrahamic God associated with the historical rise of monotheism in the Mediterranean Axis Age.
Some currents of Neopaganism, in particular Wicca, have a bitheistic concept of a single goddess and a single god, who in hieros gamos represent a united whole.Polytheistic reconstructionists focus on reconstructing polytheistic religions, including the various goddesses and figures associated with indigenous cultures.
The noun goddess is a secondary formation, combining the Germanic god with the Latinate -ess suffix. It is first attested in Middle English, from about 1350
Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of God's Daughter
Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of God's DaughterMary (Hebrew: מרים, Miriam; Aramaic: Maryām; Arabic:مريم, Maryam), commonly referred to as "Saint Mary", "Mother Mary", the "Virgin Mary", the "Blessed Virgin Mary", or "Mary, Mother of God", was a Jewish woman of Nazareth in Galilee. She is identified in the New Testament[Mt 1:16,18-25] [Lk 1:26-56] [2:1-7]and in the Quran as the mother of Jesus through divine intervention.

The canonical gospels of Matthew and Luke describe Mary as a virgin (Greek παρθένος, parthénos).[5] Traditionally, Christians believe that she conceived her son miraculously by the agency of the Holy SpiritMuslims believe that she conceived by the command of God. This took place when she was alreadybetrothed to Saint Joseph and was awaiting the concluding rite of marriage, the formal home-taking ceremony.[6] She married Joseph and accompanied him to Bethlehem, where Jesus was born.[3] In keeping with Jewish custom, the betrothal would have taken place when she was around 12, and the birth of Jesus about a year later.[7]

Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of the Princess
Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of the PrincessWithin religion salvation is the phenomenon of being saved from the undesirable condition of bondage or suffering experienced by the psyche or soul that has arisen as a result of unskillful or immoral actions generically referred to as sins.[1] Salvation may also be called "deliverance" or "redemption" from sinand its effects.[2] Salvation is a concept common to most of the world's great religions and is in many respects the principal goal of religious practice. Depending on the religious tradition, salvation is considered to be caused either by the free will and grace of God (Theistic religion) or by personal responsibility and self-effort (e.g. the sramanic and yogic traditions of India). Religions often emphasize the necessity of both personal effort (e.g.repentance and asceticism) and divine action.

Salvation (in both Eastern and Western religions) is also the phenomenon of being saved from death. In religion, death does not simply refer to the end of biological life but signifies the suffering and degradation within life resulting from the consequences of sin. In Christianity one who has attained salvation is said to experience and inherit eternal life in God or what in Buddhism is called 'deathlessness'.

Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of The Female Trinity
Dragon Chivalry: Salvation of  The Female TrinityThe Triple Goddess is the subject of much of the writing of Robert Graves, and has been adopted by some neopagans as one of their primary deities. The term triple goddess is sometimes used outside of Neopaganism to refer to historical goddess triads and single goddesses of three forms or aspects. In common Neopagan usage the three female figures are frequently described as theMaiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolises both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the moon, and often rules one of the realms of earth, underworld, and the heavens. These may or may not be perceived as aspects of a greater single divinity. The feminine part of Wicca's duotheistic theological system is sometimes portrayed as a Triple Goddess, her masculine counterpart being the Horned God. Many other neopagan belief systems follow Graves in his use of the figure of the Triple Goddess, and it continues to be an influence on feminism,literatureJungian psychology and literary criticism.

Dragon Chivalry The Holy Grail of SainthoodA saint is a holy person.[1] In various religions, saints are people who are believed to have exceptional holiness.

In Christian usage, "saint" refers to any believer who is "in Christ", and in whom Christ dwells, whether in heaven or in earth.[1] (2Corinthians 5:17;Ephesians 3:14-192Corinthians 13:5) In Orthodox and Catholic teachings, all Christians in heaven are considered to be saints, but some are considered to be worthy of higher honor, emulation, or veneration.[2][3]
In the Christian Bible, only one person is expressly called a saint: "They envied Moses also in the camp, and Aaron the saint of the Lord." (Psalms 106:16-18) The apostle Paul declared himself to be "less than the least of all saints" in Ephesians 3:8.


Dragon Chivalry: Return of the Angels
Dragon Chivalry:  Return of the AngelsElohim (אֱלהִים) is a grammatically singular or plural noun for "god" or "gods" in both modern and ancient Hebrew language. When used with singular verbs andadjectives elohim is usually singular, "god" or especially, the God. When used with plural verbs and adjectives elohim is usually plural, "gods" or "powers".[1][2] It is generally thought that Elohim is a formation from eloah, the latter being an expanded form of the Northwest Semitic noun il (אֱלʾēl [3]). It is usually translated as "God" in the Hebrew Bible, referring with singular verbs both to the one God of Israel, and also in a few examples to other singular pagan deities. With plural verbs the word is also used as a true plural with the meaning "gods".[3] The related nouns eloah (אלוה) and el (אֱל) are used as proper names or as generics, in which case they are interchangeable with elohim.[3]
Dragon Chivalry: The Flaming SwordA flaming sword is a sword glowing with flame by some supernatural power. Flaming swords have existed in legend and myth for thousands of years.

According to the Bible, a Cherub (or the archangel Uriel in a some traditions) with a flaming sword was placed by God at the gates of Paradiseafter Adam and Eve were banished from it (Genesis 3:24).
Eastern Orthodox tradition says that from the time Jesus was born, the flaming sword was removed from the Garden of Eden, making it possible for humanity to re-enter Paradise[1].
A flaming sword with immense destructive power appears in Norse mythology. It is said to be wielded by Surtur, the leader of the giants ofMuspelheim.

Dragon Chivalry: The War of the Fallen {ONE}
Dragon Chivalry: The War of the Fallen {ONE}Fallen angel is a concept developed in Jewish and Christian thought from interpretation of the Book of Enoch.[1] The actual term fallen angel is not found in either the Hebrew Bible[2] or the New Testament. Christians adopted the concept of fallen angels[1] mainly based on their interpretations of the Book of RevelationChapter 12.[2] Fallen angels are identified with the Watchers,[3] as well as the angels who are cast down to the earth from the War in Heaven, and ha-satan.[2
Dragon Chivalry: Daath Angelic War
War in Heaven is a concept in Christian eschatology. The term occurs only once in the New Testament at Revelation 12:7. Though the term does not occur in the Hebrew Bible, parallels have been drawn from various passages regarding Fallen angels in the Book of Genesis, and the Book of Isaiah. Some also suggest apocalyptic parallels in the Book of Daniel as well. The Book of Enoch and a small number of Dead Sea Scrolls also allude to this concept. In the Book of Revelation, the War in Heaven is a battle between Michael the Archangel and his angels against the "dragon" (or, in the Good News Translation, the "serpent") and his angels. The latter did not prevail and were forced out of heaven, cast down to the earth asfallen angels.
Dragon Chivalry: The Dark KnightA knight was a member of a class of lower nobility in the High Middle Ages. By the Late Middle Ages, the rank had become associated with the ideals of chivalry, acode of conduct for the perfect courtly Christian warrior. Since the Early Modern period, the title of "knight" is purely honorific, usually bestowed by a monarch, as in theBritish honours system.

Historically, the ideals of chivalry were popularized in medieval literature, especially the Matter of Britain and Matter of France, the former based on Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britanniae ("History of the Kings of Britain"), written in the 1130s. Sir Thomas Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur ("The Death of Arthur"), written in 1485, was important in defining the ideal of chivalry which is essential to the modern concept of the knight as an elite warrior sworn to uphold the values of faithloyalty,courage, and honour. During the Renaissance, the genre of chivalric romance became popular in literature, growing ever more idealistic and eventually giving rise to a new form of realism in literature popularised by Miguel de CervantesDon Quixote. This novel explored the ideals of knighthood and their incongruity with the reality of Cervantes' world. In the late medieval period, new methods of warfare began to render classical knights in armour obsolete, but the titles remained in many nations.

Dragon Chivalry: The Angelic Lance
Dragon Chivalry: The Angelic LanceThe Holy Lance (also known as the Spear of DestinyHoly SpearLance of LonginusSpear of Longinus or Spear of Christ) is the name given to thelance that pierced Jesus' side as he hung on the cross in John's account of the Crucifixion.
Dragon Chivalry:  Death of the Celestial DragonfA dragon is a legendary creature, typically with serpentine or reptilian traits, that feature in the myths of many cultures. There are two distinct cultural traditions of dragons: the European dragon, derived from European folk traditions and ultimately related to Greek and Middle Eastern mythologies, and theChinese dragon, with counterparts in Japan, Korea and other East Asian countries.

The two traditions may have evolved separately, but have influenced each to a certain extent, particularly with the cross-cultural contact of recent centuries. The English word "dragon" derives from Greek δράκων (drákōn), "dragon, serpent of huge size, water-snake", which probably comes from the verb δρακεῖν(drakeîn) "to see clearly".[1] In the New Testament, the Devil takes the form of a red dragon with seven heads and ten horns, in his battle against Archangel Michael.


Dragon Chivalry: Draining The Dragon's Blood
Dragon Chivalry: Draining The Dragon's BloodThe Holy Grail is a sacred object figuring in literature and certain Christian traditions, most often identified with the dish, plate, or cup used by Jesus at theLast Supper and said to possess miraculous powers. The connection of Joseph of Arimathea with the Grail legend dates from Robert de Boron's Joseph d'Arimathie (late 12th century) in which Joseph receives the Grail from an apparition of Jesus and sends it with his followers to Great Britain; building upon this theme, later writers recounted how Joseph used the Grail to catch Christ's blood while interring him and that in Britain he founded a line of guardians to keep it safe. The quest for the Holy Grail makes up an important segment of the Arthurian cycle, appearing first in works by Chrétien de Troyes.[1] The legend may combine Christian lore with a Celtic myth of a cauldron endowed with special powers.

{God/god} is the { } of it "All"
Α Horus={God}{god}{Goddess}{godess}{God}{Goddess}=Set Ω
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King Prince Queen princess king Queen
Daughter Father Mother
Father son Mother  
{God/god}
Father son Mother
Daughter Father Mother
King Prince Queen princess king Queen
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Α Horus={God}{god}{Goddess}{godess}{God}{Goddess}=Set Ω

 

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