PAGE STATUS: For years this page was just me searching for the meaning of the number 13. Now I know and removed all the old junk. This page will finally start to take shape now and will in time become on of the cornerstone pages for this website.
LAST UPDATE: September 13, 2020
House of the Temple Ad Quadratum
What you see above is an example of the 33rd Degree Southern Jurisdiction trademark (33 DEUS MEUMQUE JUS. – Trademark Details) as discussed in The Dioscuri or Aśvins: Freemason 32 and 33 on page № 68. Sacred Numbers. But compare it to the Israeli example to the left (or any other for that matter). Notice how the ends of the double headed eagle wings are not normal.
They curl up like an ocean wave (or tsunami) at the shoreline.
You see this all over the one-dollar bill also. This design motif and the 33 Ionic columns around the House of the Temple are meant to invoke the feeling of (flooding) water.
This particular Freemason trademark represents the center of the Milky Way galaxy
Everything is one thing
Owls in Ancient Egypt
Hieroglyphics is an ancient Egyptian writing system that survived whatever happened in 3100 B.C. The letter M in hieroglyphics is represented by an owl.
Owl = Letter M
This article is so well written, I feel the same need to preserve it as I do documents in the ASL library. Please I encourage you to read Owls in Ancient Egypt on the atthemummiesball.com website and to financially support the author.
Guidestone Road and the connection to the Ophiuchus Constellation
[If you have linked to this section, please read note above section title before proceeding]
Anyone who has taken the time to look at my ongoing work on the Georgia Guidestones knows my analysis of them is far in advance of anybody else who has ever approached the subject. The general public regards the monument with a distain that for me is nothing more than a reflection of their own thought. I am in awe of the Georgia Guidestones, of the daring of the men who designed this monument and broke their oath of silence to warn us of what is about to happen.
In the finest tradition of the symbolic language used by secret societies throughout history, the Georgia Guidestones use the same symbols to convey a multitude of layered messages. The difficulty in interpreting these messages is that no one can tell you if you are right or wrong. It’s not like being in school where the teacher can correct your mistakes. You must know for yourself. And in the ethereal world of symbols the only way you can be sure of yourself is to look for a convergence of ideas.
What I am about to share with you in this section is a perfect example of what I just said. In fact, I want to tell you the story of how I arrived at these conclusions. Long before I even started working on this page, I observed the peculiar shape of the road in front of the Georgia Guidestones. On nothing more than a hunch, I made a screen print of those roads and uploaded it to this website’s server. I knew it meant something. I can’t really explain why. Sometimes it’s just a feeling. I suppose I thought at the time that the shape of the roads were vaguely reminiscent of a swastika, but what I knew for sure was that I needed to preserve that image. Now look at the Zodiac symbol for the Ophiuchus constellation.
Now here is the image I uploaded to the server on January 8, 2019 on nothing more than a hunch, almost a full month ago.
Now in order for this exercise to work, I need for the reader to realize that I am writing this in “real time.” This is all I had up until an hour or so ago. And I would have shared it. In fact, I had the section entirely written. It began with an embarrassingly long apology, which I saved by converting it to the new Fact Checking section of the № 101. About this Website page. I worked really hard on that apology and didn’t want it to go to waste. Basically, I was apologizing for the material being so flimsy while explaining why I felt compelled to share it with the reader. And that was it. I was done writing [what was then called] “The Georgia Guidestones Connection” section which you are now reading
Then something happened that I can only describe as being what I live for nowadays. Very few people have any regard whatsoever for what I am doing. It doesn’t pay the bills. I get no attaboys. And I am drowning under a mountain of data that exists both in my physical reality and in my mind. I do this because I am utterly convinced this is what I was born to do. This is why I have suffered all my life. This is why I have been denied a normal life. I’m serious. When doubt clouds my thought, these are the things I say to myself. Who else can do this? So it’s not easy, but I’m not complaining. And I’m not complaining because of moments like this. So what happened? I would call it convergence. As I stated above, if you have any interest in pursuing this knowledge yourself, what I am about to share with you is a perfect lesson in convergence. In the ethereal world of symbols, this is precisely how to be sure you are correct in your interpretation of something like the Georgia Guidestones.
When I was done writing the section, I thought to myself, if this is what I think it is, there should be other references to the constellation Ophiuchus. The Georgia Guidestones are drenched in numbers. So I thought what number is the Ophiuchus? The 88 constellations defined by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) must be numbered, or so I thought. They are not. So then I printed an alphabetical list of them and carefully numbered the list until I got to 59, which is the constellation Ophiuchus. Okay, what next? Well, fortunately I have already done a great deal of detailed work on the Georgia Guidestones, so I just opened up that page and searched on 59. You can do the same, if you want to have a little fun and maybe experience what I did. I’m going to follow this sentence with a big image to give you that opportunity.
This is the official logo of the International Astronomical Union (IAU). It is by far the most important example of the Inverted Double V pattern corporate logos. All of these logos harken back to the entrance to the Great Pyramid of Giza.
I will explain the relevance of the IAU logo momentarily. First we must explore the significance of the number 59. Allow me to introduce you to the men who may be responsible for the Georgia Guidestones.
I liked these guys for the Georgia Guidestones the moment I first set eyes on this picture. I even wrote them an email, to which you can be sure I will never get a response. I see in some of their faces a different kind of craftiness. For an explanation why I think some of these men may be behind the Georgia Guidestones, skip ahead to the “But wait! Something doesn’t add up” discussion below.
Why the Atlanta-Peachtree Lodge No. 59? This is a fascinating story of discovery. It started when I first looked at Google Maps and noticed the distance from downtown Atlanta to the Georgia Guidestones was suspiciously close to 108 miles. Here is where I start to explain the “convergence” of ideas which assures me that the largest lesson of the Georgia Guidestones (both figuratively and physically) is that they are pointing to the Ophiuchus constellation for some as yet unknown reason.
The first three antebellum lodges in Greater Atlanta, Georgia are listed below in chronological order in which they were chartered with the oldest lodge first. All three are relevant to this discussion.
- Pythagoras Lodge No. 41: Dispensation issued April 12, 1844. Chartered November 7, 1844 making this is the oldest lodge in Greater Atlanta. 41 is the 13th prime number. (not unlike “No. 5, the Third Prime in Life”). Between the name Pythagoras and the number 41, it is difficult for me not to think that this lodge number is pointing to 13. If anyone has a copy of A History of Pythagoras Lodge No. 41, F. & A. M., George R. Jones, Decatur, Georgia, 1944, I would be eager to either borrow or buy it
- Atlanta Lodge No. 59: Dispensation issued April 13th, 1847. Chartered October 26, 1847. I generally shy away from such frivolous observations, but the dispensation is on a 13th, the charter on a 26th (two timers 13), and their first meeting was on a 31st (13 backwards). The 59th IAU constellation in alphabetical order is the the 13th Zodiac constellation. This lodge is referred to as the “Mother Lodge” of Fulton Lodge No. 216.
- Fulton Lodge No. 216: Chartered October 30, 1857. I love these guys. It’s like they anticipated me coming to this party 100 years before I was even born. Okay, anyone who knows anything about me and this website knows my breakthrough moment, the day I deeply committed to pursuing this knowledge, which was over six years ago now, was the day I discovered that the basic unit of measurement for the Maya Long Count calendar is orbits of Jupiter and that each Great Cycle consists of 432 orbits of Jupiter for a total of 2160 orbits of Jupiter. I have worked an extraordinarily long time on page № 71. Phi, 666, 216, and 144 and probably will work on it countless more hours. So I don’t know what to say about Fulton Lodge No. 216 except that I think I am doing what God wants me to do. From a less personal perspective (i.e. something that might actually interest the reader), given the greater context of what is happening here, I must assume this lodge number is indicative of the fact that whoever is behind the design of the Georgia Guidestones (by which at this point I also mean to include whoever numbered these three lodges over a 100 years ago) is aware of the design of the Maya Long Count calendar. No other use of 216 I can think of rises to the level of symbolism in use in the design of the Georgia Guidestones. I think this moment is profoundly important to the progeny of Jove. I think it may be one of the greatest symbolic creations of all time.
The address of Pythagorus Lodge No. 41 is also relevant to this discussion. It is 108 E. Ponce De Leon Ave, Decatur GA 30030. Decatur is in DeKalb County whereas Atlanta is in Fulton County. It should be noted that in 1844 when Pythagorus Lodge No. 41 was chartered, Atlanta City and Fulton County did not exist. They were part of DeKalb County. Now Decatur is a suburb of Atlanta. Hence, Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 is in reality the oldest Masonic lodge in Greater Atlanta. This is a significant fact for the symbolism of the Georgia Guidestones. So even though Pythagoras Lodge No. 41 is in fact the oldest Masonic lodge in Greater Atlanta, technically speaking Atlanta Lodge No. 59 is the oldest Masonic Lodge in Atlanta proper. This and the fact that the Atlanta Masonic Temple building in use from 1909 to 1950 at the corner of Peachtree and Cain St burned down is also very important to the symbolism of the Georgia Guidestones.
Historically, the Atlanta lodges (not Pythagoras Lodge No. 41, which is in DeKalb County as opposed to Fulton Country) have always shared a building for their meetings. The buildings in which Freemasons meet are referred to as temples. In the early days of The Atlanta lodges met wherever they could. Nowadays they share the Atlanta Masonic Temple. The Fulton Lodge No. 216 History includes some very important background information of the Atlantic Masonic Temple that burned down in 1950. Please read this because it is very significant to understanding the message of the Georgia Guidestones.
In 1847, eleven years after the city of Atlanta was established, Atlanta Lodge No. 59 was constituted on the second floor, over a grocery, of a wooden, two story, building at the corner of Alabama Street and Lloyd Street (now Central Avenue). It was in the same building that Fulton No. 216, Atlanta’s other antebellum Lodge, received its Charter from the Grand Lodge of Georgia on October 30, 1857.
By the late 1850’s five Masonic Lodges were meeting in that first Masonic Hall over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall St. In 1859, David Mayer, Master of Fulton Lodge, served as President of the newly incorporated Masonic Hall Company. A new Masonic Temple on Decatur Street was dedicated on June 19, 1860. The building was spared by General Sherman when he burned Atlanta during the Civil War, but it was destroyed by an accidental fire, May 1, 1866.
In September, 1866, a corner stone was laid on the corner of Forsyth and Marietta Streets for a new Masonic Temple Building. Unable to raise the money for the building, it was sold by the Sheriff. The building became the DeGieves Opera House. After this, the various Lodges met over John Ryan’s store on Whitehall Street. In 1871, the Lodges moved to the Old Grant Building at the corner of Marietta and Broad Streets. In 1892, the Lodges moved to the Old State Capital Building on the corner of Marietta and Forsyth Streets. On December 27, 1894, fire destroyed the building. All of Fulton Lodge’s records from the first organizational meeting in May 1857, until that date were burned. The Lodges then occupied the upper floor of the Old Chamber of Commerce Building at the corner of Hunter and Pryor St until 1902. They then moved to the Concordia Hall at the corner of Mitchell and Forsyth Streets. In 1909, the Lodges moved to a new Masonic Temple at the corner of Peachtree and Cain St. At that time, Fulton Lodge was meeting the first and third Thursday’s of the month. Once again, fire destroyed the Atlanta Masonic Temple building on Peachtree and Cain St. in September, 1950. Fulton Lodge met at Morningside Lodge until it moved to its current location, Sept 7th 1960…
—Fulton Lodge No. 216, History [bold-red emphasis added]
Ophiuchus, the 13th or forgotten constellation of the Zodiac
Now I need to explain something about the progeny of Jove (think Knights Templar, Freemasons, Illuminati, etc.) which is crucial to anyone who wants to understand our current predicament. The belief that they operate unseen is their greatest vulnerability. Once you understand how they think, it becomes possible to in effect read their mind. But you must first take a leap of faith before you can begin to see the obvious correspondence of their symbols to the physical realm. Then and only then will you begin to see the world as they do. I need for you to take that leap of faith right now.
The number 13 is always a reference to the serpent-bearer constellation Aguitenens in ancient Greece, Serpentarius in Latin, or Ophiuchus in English. Knowledge of this constellation in the Western World is at least as old as the Maya Long Count calendar. It probably predates 3100 B.C. and the genesis of the Fifth World. In fact, I suspect very strongly that full knowledge of the number 13 unlocks the secret of the ages.
On this page I will explain why when you take into consideration a number of factors
As discussed in the Four Faces of Ezekiel (the 23 of 600 B.C.) section of the № 77. The Skull and Bones Number 322 page, the Greek pantheon and astrology were early efforts to obfuscate the catastrophies of 3100 B.C. and when Proto-Saturn exploded and the planets in our solar system were reconfigured. However, the same argument cannot be made the , the polar configuration of the planets were dispersed into the our solar system catastrophic nature of our solar system history, they also removed the thirteenth
Here is the anguitenens (or anguitenentis) entry from the well-known Lewis & Short Latin Dictionary translated from the classic German Freund’s Latin-German lexicon.
anguĭ-tĕnens, entis, adj. anguis-teneo,
I serpent-holding; hence, subst., the constellation, = anguifer, transl. of the Gr. Ὀφιοῦχος, Serpent-bearer, Cic. N. D. 2, 42; Manil. 5, 384. [bold-red emphasis added]
Serpentarius From Latin, literally “serpent handler”.
Their mind is knowable.
constellation (representing Aesculapius), 1650s, from Latin, from Greek ophioukhos, literally “holding a serpent,” from ophis “serpent” (see ophio-) + stem of ekhein “to hold, have, keep” (from PIE root *segh- “to hold”). The constellation is equatorial, and Milton’s “Ophiuchus huge in th’ Arctick Sky” (“Paradise Lost”) is a rare lapse for a poet who generally knew his astronomy. —Online Etymology Dictionary, Ophiuchus
Though they regard us as little more than the walking dead and are at the very least responsible for the current epidemic or pedophilia, they follow a predictable protocol from one generation to the next. That is to say, they have a modus operandi in the
I believe I have identified the “origin” of the number 13. What do I mean by the “origin” of an esoteric number such as 13? The number 13 is clearly special if for no other reason than the U.S. one dollar bill, but that is not what made 13 special. There were 13 colonies, which is why the number 13 is plastered all over the one dollar bill. Is that it? Is 13 special because there were 13 colonies? I don’t think so. Esoteric numbers such as this have great antiquity. The other quality that will help to identify the true origin of this number is that it muc=st ne
Visible at latitudes between +80° and −80°.
Ophiuchus “has never been included in the zodiac.”
—Origins of the ancient constellations: II. The Mediterranean traditions by John H. Rogers, Journal of the British Astronomical Association, vol.108, no.2, p.79-89
6. chiquacen =  + 1.
7. chicome =  + 2.
8. chicuey =  + 3.
9. chiucnaui =  + 4.
11. matlactli oce = 10 + 1.
12. matlactli omome = 10 + 2.
13. matlactli omey = 10 + 3.
14. matlactli onnaui = 10 + 4.
16. caxtolli oce = 15 + 1.
17. caxtolli omome = 15 + 2.
18. caxtolli omey = 15 + 3.
19. caxtolli onnaui = 15 + 4.
20. cempualli = 1 account.
Paul A. LaViolette, PhD and the Ophiuchus Constellation
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The Criteria for Discovery
What makes the number 13 so special? This is an important question. A shallow answer would be that there were 13 colonies when the United States of America declared its independence from Great Britain. This would explain the frequent occurrence of the 13 motif on the one-dollar bill. But what if the Freemasons who founded this country planned on there being 13 colonies when they declared independence in 1776? I mean do you really think that was just an accident of history? If you only knew; nothing of significance concerning the United States of America was by accident. Everything was planned in great detail. Everything.
There are three main criteria for discovering what 13 really means.
- NATURAL PHENOMENA: The explanation of 13 must be something found in nature, not manmade. For example, the 13 lunar cycles are not an invention of mankind. Here I assume all manmade manifestations of the number 13 are celebrating its natural occurrence. The fact that Judas was reportedly the thirteenth guest to be seated at the last supper is wholly unconvincing as a possible explanation for the number 13. This is clearly just one of hundreds of examples of manmade inventions celebrating the significance of this esoteric number.
- GREAT ANTIQUITY: The explanation of 13 must have great antiquity. I base this largely on the extent to which the lore of the number 13 pervades society. Here I must state plainly the fact that some of the Knights Templar were arrested on Friday, October 13, 1307 does not come close to meeting this criteria. The very earliest date I would accept is shortly after March 23, 687 BC, which is believed to be the last time Mars was close to Earth. This was the latest time period to which I attribute the origins of the progeny of Jove.
- DREADFUL IMPORT: One cannot help but think that the number 13 must portend some great calamity for all of mankind in the not too distant future. This trait of the progeny of Jove is highly predictable and second only to their equally compulsive signing of everything they do with easily recognizable numbers (such as delaying the landings on D-Day until June 6). I believe it is both an egotistical human weakness and at the same time deeply rooted in their reliance on symbols to convey meaning. They are like little children tattling. Despite all their pretenses to silence, they simply must tell what they know. Once you fully understand this about the progeny of Jove, it will become abundantly clear that the number 13 is way too important to signify anything less than a worldwide catastrophe of epic proportions. It is for this very reason that the next section will take a close look at the 13 motif in the history of the United States of America, and in particular on the one-dollar bill. What does it all mean? If the number 13 signifies someth8ing monstrous, why did the Founding Father plaster this number everywhere? Are we “the land of the free and the home of the brave” or the Land of the End Time?
There are not thirteen steps to a gallows. There are twelve. The thirteenth is the platform. The hangman’s noose has thirteen loops. And the thirteenth card in a Tarot deck is the Death card.
That we have been conditioned to think of the number 13 as somehow “unlucky” and the superstitions surrounding the use of this number, most notably the absence of a thirteenth floor in many public buildings, is highly instructive. The progeny of Jove are telling us what to look for in searching out the meaning of this esoteric number. Such traditions are very old.
The first record of 13 being an unlucky number appeared in the late 1600s. It was considered unlucky to sit 13 people at a table and people actually believed that the 13th person would cause someone to die within a year.
It seems that this stems from an old norse myth about the Ase gods:
12 gods were having a dinner party at Valhalla. Then Loki arrived as an uninvited guest and guest no. 13. At that dinner party, Loki arranged for Hoder (the blind god of darkness) to shoot Balder (the beautiful god of joy).
Odin loved Balder very much, so he had made sure that all living and dead things made a promise not to hurt Balder. But he had forgot the mistletoe. So, Loki dipped one of Hoder’s arrows in miseltoe and convinced him to shoot it at Balder.
Balder died and the earth turned dark. From then on 13 was considered an unlucky number. —What’s the story behind Friday the 13th?, unattributed, accessed February 7, 2019
What I take away from this is that “the earth turned dark.” For some reason unknown even to me, I have yet to put ink to paper regarding my strongly held suspicions that the Norsemen, or Vikings (pirates) as they are popularly known, are the last ethnic (in the sense that they started out as Phrygians) manifestation of the progeny of Jove.
Recent linguistic studies present strong evidence that the Indo-European language group originates in Anatolia. According to most accounts, the Armens were generally tall, blond-haired, and blue-eyed in appearance… —Simple English Wikipedia, Armens
I believe the Viking Age was the result of them returning from South America in advance of the other progeny of Jove who did not return until shortly before 1492 AD. So this story about the earth turning dark because of the number 13 is just another example of what is nowadays termed “predictive programming” in Hollywood. But these are not inconsequential observations. They are deadly serious.
13 in the Maya Long Count
Cross reference Mayan stuff on The United States of America
“What is universally agreed upon with absolute certainty is that there are some extremely important ‘mathematical relations’ utilizing the numbers 13 and 20 which were considered to be of great significance for all Mesoamerican cultures and specifically useful to the Maya for their purposes of divination. When these two numbers are multiplied the result is equal to 260. Thus, this 13 x 20 matrix is the essential core foundation of the Tzolkin and basis for its functionality within Mayan society.”
13 Ahau 1776
“Thirteen thirteens in the Great Pyramid of Giza is nonsense (e.g. Grand Gallery opening is 8.5 meters, ego 8 + 5 = 13) and inconsistent with Dendera zodiac. See Codex 13 – Great Witness Speaks for complete list
“He who understands the number 13 will be given power and dominion.”
In some of the ancient writings it is said,
The ancients claimed,
Some ancients say,
It was said that,
yada, yada, yada… No one attributes this quote
This may be nothing more than Internet hearsay
Indira Gandhi may be the source…
Is it 13 or 14 Archimedean solids? “Branko Grünbaum (2009) observed that a 14th polyhedron, the elongated square gyrobicupola (or pseudo-rhombicuboctahedron), meets a weaker definition of an Archimedean solid…” —Wikipedia, Archimedean solid
A Druid Cord has twelve nots and thirteen even lengths of rope, but it is about as relevant to this subject as Archimedean solids.
The fear of the number 13 is called ‘Triskaidekaphobia’.