"Sufficient similarity exists between the Masonic CHiram and the Kundalini of Hindu mysticism to warrant the assumption that CHiram may be considered a symbol also of the Spirit Fire moving through the sixth ventricle of the spinal column.
The exact science of human regeneration is the Lost Key of Masonry, for when the Spirit Fire is lifted up through the thirty-three degrees, or segments of the spinal column, and enters into the domed chamber of the human skull, it finally passes into the pituitary body (Isis),
where it invokes Ra (the pineal gland) and demands the Sacred Name. Operative Masonry, in the fullest meaning of that term, signifies the process by which the Eye of Horus is opened. E. A. Wallis Budge has noted that in some of the papyri illustrating the entrance of the
souls of the dead into the judgment hall of Osiris the deceased person has a pine cone attached to the crown of his head. The Greek mystics also carried a symbolic staff, the upper end being in the form of a pine cone, which was called the thyrsus of Bacchus. In the human
brain there is a tiny gland called the pineal body, which is the sacred eye of the ancients, and corresponds to the third eye of the Cyclops. Little is known concerning the function of the pineal body, which Descartes suggested (more wisely than he knew)
might be the abode of the spirit of man. As its name signifies, the pineal gland is the sacred pine cone in man – the eye single, which cannot be opened until CHiram (the Spirit Fire) is raised through the sacred seals which are called the Seven Churches in Asia.”

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24 Nov
'Cleopatra's Needle' (actually an obelisk of Thutmose III, 1450BC) on the Embankment is reckoned to have the only known artifact recovered from the Great Pyramid buried beneath it in a cigar box. I'll recount the story but that's not really what I'm interested in.
Here's is what we know to be true: In 1872 a young civil engineer, Waynman Dixon, was working on Nile bridges when he received a request from the Royal Astronomer of Scotland, Charles Piazzi Smyth, to conduct a survey at the Pyramid of Khufu.
(Side note: I find it interesting that an astronomer would be so interested in the Pyramid BEFORE the stellar alignment shafts were discovered...he also painted this...anyway that's not the topic here but you should look him up)
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23 Nov
Historical mysteries solved:

Hermes Trismegistus was Imhotep

Hiram Abif was Seqenenre Tao

Mithras wears the Phrygian cap because he's a later Roman development of Attis/Sabazios ImageImageImage
The Templars found tablets/papyri in the Ark relating to the Egyptian King killing/King making ceremony as well as a mummified head/head of a statue of Khnum. Something in the tablets lead them to America in around ~1440 but definitely before 1492 ImageImage
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22 Nov
'The most precious relief shows Attis, a life-death-rebirth deity, collecting a pine cone next to a sacred pine tree. Other ornaments show leaves and flowers suggesting the theme of the throne is that of spring and fertility.' Image
That's Mithras though...guess this explains why he wears a Phrygian cap Image
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