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Enochian. The language of angels, according to John Dee.

“Words are not the truth; they indicate the way to go, but you need to go alone, in silence. Symbols have a language that kills the words.” – Alejandro Jodorowsky A sigil is a symbol used in magical rituals as a means of manifesting a specific.

Sir Arthur Evans archaeologist  Knossos

Another pervert British archaeological rapist Sir Arthur Evans named the bronze age Etruscan colony sites as Mineoan and Mycenean

The Throne Room and the the rooms leading off it appear to be a distinct unit.  The main shrine may have been in what is now called the Throne Room, with the throne being used by a priestess rather than a King as Evans imagined. The throne was found at the site and is probably the oldest known throne in Europe.

Throne Room: detail of throne. The main shrine may have been in what is now called the 'throne room' w/ the throne being used by a priest-ess rather than a King as Evans imagined. This throne is probably the oldest known throne in Europe

From Palace of Kato Zakos,Crete Rhyton,1500 BC

Date: Late Bronze Age, about 1500 BC Place of discovery: Zakros, palace Dimensions: height: m Material: Clay Copyright: Hellenic Ministry of Culture

A - BRONZE-AGE THRONE ROOM FROM THE KNOSSOS PALACE COMPLEX ON CRETE  --  Circa 1500 BCE  --  Note the built-in bench seats & a washbasin for ritual purification.

Bronze Age - the room Knossos palace complex on Crete island, Greece - this throne room (dated to ca. 1500 BC) had built in bench seats and a washbasin for ritual purification.

The Piraeus Apollo ca. 530-520 BCE. One of the few archaic Greek bronze statutes to survive. From the last stage in the development of the Kouros that began in the early Archaic period ca. 640-580 BCE. The Piraeus Apollo is late archaic, ca. 530-480 BCE, showing detailed human anatomy almost in motion in a harmonious whole.

the "Piraeus Apollo" in the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens). This is an archaic-style bronze (ranking among the very few such bronzes survived till us) dating from the century BC, possibily from the years BC. Picture by Giovanni Dall'Orto