Before we begin to explore how it was that the Gateway Arch was attempting to spread its influence out west, we first have to understand something about the nature of its construction against two things:
- The Birth of Masonry on American soil
- The Louisiana Purchase.
Why should these things prove necessary? French Masonry is responsible for building the St. Louis arch and we know that because it is both a Masonic piece of architecture and located at St. Louis which was a Saint in the French Church.
Fortunately, a lot of the heavy lifting has been done for us by others who have researched the connections of the Gateway Arch. I would encourage the reader to read the following link carefully: http://edkohout.com/mundane/arch-1.html
I am sure that each of you read that link, and you now understand what it means fully, correct? No, probably not. That link is fairly advanced. But you understand that it is showing the night sky in relation to the sun with reference to both the Louisiana Purchase and a fellow by the name of Henry Price.
So, what we really need to do is understand Price to understand the "Price" of Masonry and what it is trying to exact as a toll with the Gateway Arch:
Is it not always amazing to see who or what pops when you start talking about the Bible? In this case, the credit card processor "Stripe" just thought I was "too risky to do business with" right after I start posting about Biblical Astrology and the creation of a Golden Calf and the manipulation of people via magical means in America. It took three days, but we were able to "raise a new temple" and so here we are. Let's get on with why the Golden Calf was prohibited.
So as I documented over at my personal blog, Stripe banned me from payment processing. This blog also uses Stripe since it is “Baked into” the code (the ghost platform template). That’s how they get you.
The short version of my post over at my blog is that Stripe decided that when I went to sell some used books to help support our Church that our Church was “too risky to support” and muttered something about crowdfunding.
In part one, I discussed how Cahokia Mounds is effectively a Golden Calf at this juncture plopped in the Middle of America. I do not think it was originally a Golden Calf, but that is how it is now used.
This time, we are going to examine how the Gateway Arch was built and what it could mean for Cahokia.
So I have decided to begin doing some Biblical Astrology in the sense that I shall overlap the interpretation directly with The Bible where a thing is applicable. A good place to start, is, I think, directly in the middle of America at a place called Cahokia Mounds.
For Abraham Lincoln, New Salem would have been that village. Although he was not technically a child, these would be his formative years where he would enter politics. Imagine that New Salem had been full of people who attacked Lincoln for running, or ran him out of town. Might he still have run politically later? Possibly, but one could understand how such a negative early experience might lead to his not doing so. An environment where one can try their luck and experience a safe environment in either victory or defeat is imperative to such an endeavor as politics.
Diana, as fate would have it, turned out to be a little like Marilyn Monroe in the sense that the tragedy of her death immortalized her in the minds of many. Certainly, the tabloids were obsessed with her while she was living, and I can clearly recall being in high school analyzing the literature concerning The Scarlett Letter by Hawthorne in English Class when her death was announced on my birthday. Plenty of layers of analysis just in the fact alone, eh? Just that story alone suggests there could be some relationship problems, since the premise of The Scarlett Letter concerns adultery. Is it so? Let's take a look:
I have not done the chart of many living people you will notice on this site. I usually intentionally do that as people are still making choices when they are alive and you never know if they might run across your chart in the process of their making choices. If they did not expressly ask for a chart, then it can get weird.
Wallis Simpson is undoubtedly seen as holding the "Scarlett Letter" when it comes to Britain since she married Edward VIII who was the King of Britain for a short time but abdicated his throne in order to marry Wallis. Edward's Great Grandmother was Queen Victoria. As such, one can expect that nobody wanted Edward to marry Simpson, who was, after all, an American. Therefore, the throne started some bad PR for the two, including all manner of accusations to the point it becomes difficult to identify how much is true, and how much of it is something Britain WANTED to be true. Here is Wallis Simpson's natal chart:
North America has a whole lot of history that has been disguised or covered up in one way or another. Most of this is done to hide the facts concerning land claims. Quite a bit of this is done in the name of Christianity, and there are a lot of facts that do not fit what is a claimed "Christian truth". (Ironic, no?)