Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The Sacred Numbers of 8 and 22

Many who have read my previous post about the Ritual Code were understandably confused.  It's not easy stuff to follow even if you are a Freemason who's gone through the York Rite degrees.  The reality of the message being filled with secret messages, codes, symbolism and allegory makes perfect sense only it was carved by a medieval Cistercian monk as the factual evidence has pointed to all along.  The problem for researchers and scholars is the Kensington Rune Stone suddenly appeared out of nowhere and completely out of context with regard to the understanding of the known history in 1898.  Those scholars have struggled mightily with the strange symbols and confusing message that has taken almost 120 years to begin to understand. 

However, as we now move closer to understanding what the anomalies mean, as well as a better understanding of the untold pre-Columbian history of North America, the Kensington Rune Stone is finally finding its true and rightful place.  It must now be accepted as a land claim put down by the medieval Templar's who embraced the ancient ideology of Monotheistic Dualism, to establish a "free state" where people can move, think, worship their God, and speak freely.  The rune stone was the beginning of the founding of the United States begun by the Templar's and then successfully completed by their direct ideological descendants; Freemasonry.

The mission to establish this free state was certainly considered a sacred act, or a "Covenant" if you will.  It was of utmost importance and demanded extreme secrecy and loyalty.  With all of this in mind, we (my wife Janet and Alan Butler) were thinking about the Ritual Code numbers again when something occurred to us.  In their new book, "America: Nation of the Goddess," Janet and Alan explained how our Founding Fathers used the megalithic yard to lay out the entire city of Washington, D.C.  The megalithic yard is a sacred, ancient measurement calculated using the movements of the planet Venus and a 366 degree circle verses 360 degrees, to consistently and accurately determine its length of 2.72 feet.  While discussing the relevance of the megalithic yard and the Kensington Rune Stone numbers, it dawned us to do a simple calculation; what happens when you divide 22 by 8?  The answer shook us to our core, 2.75 feet.  Even though it wasn't exactly the same it was close enough to make a reasonable connection and to wonder if the allegory and coded information was intended to acknowledge the presence of the Creator to guide and protect the vitally important land claim of the land the medieval Templar's likely viewed as their eventual sanctuary.  For those who would like to read more about how a certain group of Freemasons  calculated the megalithic yard in the late 19th Century in Washington, D.C., click here: http://www.nationofthegoddess.com/the-summerhouse.html

While pondering the significance of all this something else popped into my head that prompted me to pull out a tape measure and stretch it across the length of the full-sized cast I have of the artifact.  it measure 31 inches long...  


 
This recently discovered Icelandic Manuscript from, circa 1700, shows the numerical values of the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet.  Notice the symbol of the first letter, “aleph,” is a Hooked X.  The symbol used for the “a” Sound on the Kensington Rune Stone is also a Hooked X. (Internet)
 
 
The Maltese cross worn by the medieval order of the Knights Templar has eight points, the Newport Tower sits on eight stone columns and the Hennepin Avenue Lutheran Methodist Church in Minneapolis incorporates octagonal architecture.  8 in Hebrew mysticism is considered the number of Deity. 
 
 

      

74 comments:

  1. Is Kensington Stone the one that disappeared from the shoreline ?

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    1. Bill,

      No, that was the Narragansett Rune Stone which was eventually recovered and now resides in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Here's a link to my blog post about it last November: https://scottwolteranswers.blogspot.com/2015/11/narragansett-rune-stone-dedication.html

      The Kensington Rune Stone was discovered in what is now Kensington, Minnesota, in September of 1898.

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    3. A friend of mine who is Jewish has told me for years the eight is very important in your life. When making a decision wait till the eighth minute or hour to do so. Or even multiples of eight. When tithing to give in eighths. That this is a old Jewish belief. I was just wondering if all these eights tied together

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    4. A friend of mine who is Jewish has told me for years the eight is very important in your life. When making a decision wait till the eighth minute or hour to do so. Or even multiples of eight. When tithing to give in eighths. That this is a old Jewish belief. I was just wondering if all these eights tied together

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    5. Anonymous,

      That's really interesting, but I have to say I don't find that too surprising. I'm told that eight is an important age of accountability for youth in other cultures as well. As I said, in Hebrew mysticism the number eight is associated with Deity, and as I have discussed previously, 8 is the number associated with the planet Venus and therefore the Goddess.

      Looks to me like ancient Hebrews venerated the sacred feminine just like the Templars. Is there a connection? I'd say so!

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  2. Hey Scott, quick question: do you think Templar or Freemason measurements were used to bury objects on Oak Island? I ask because it's unclear to me if the treasure hunters out there are even aware of it. If they knew, they'd have an easier time finding stuff, especially the stuff that's already been removed. Your thoughts? Thank you for your time and consideration.

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    1. Anonymous,

      That's exactly what I'm thinking and it would make sense considering they would want God to protect it. In their minds, to be worthy of that protection they would use sacred numbers whenever they could as acknowledgement of Deity. We now know that 8 and 22 are vitally important numbers in Hebrew mysticism that we know the Templars and the Cistercians deeply embraced.

      Remember, many years ago the language, runes, dialect, grammar and Easter Table double dating on the KRS pointed directly to Gotland and the ONLY clergy there capable of carving an inscription of this complexity and length were the "white monk." Their charismatic leader, Bernard of Clairvaux, was the one who wrote the original charter for the Templar order in 1128. That is how we know the KRS had to have been made by them. Everything fits...

      The Lagina brothers and everyone else who have been digging in 10X over a hundred feet down and it never made any sense to me. Not only are they digging in the wrong place, they are way too deep and I suspect the treasure was recovered by someone long ago.

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  3. I am noting that you feel the Cistercians had a part in this. Did you take into consideration that Cistercians were in the US by 1805 and established many Abbeys across the US in that century?

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    1. Anonymous,

      I am very aware the Cistercians have had a presence in the U.S. for over two centuries. One of the more interesting stories is the Cistercian Abbey that was at Cumberland, Rhode Island, that had relocated from Nova Scotia after a fire in 1892.

      If the legend of the Templars burying treasure in Nova Scotia and then traveling south along the Eastern seaboard and building the Newport Tower in Narragansett Bay has any truth to it, it seems the modern day Cistercian order curiously followed in their footsteps...

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    2. You guys are really going down the rabbit hole here.

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    3. Anonymous,

      We can go slower if it's too much for you?

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  4. Hi Scott, im going to try this again lol. Ok, so, why not call the Grail code the Holy Grail code? Har can be Holy. My ex Wife's Maiden name is Harwood, and her family said it was very old Swedish for Holy Wood. So if Har can be Holy, isnt that even more proof on the Grail code?
    Im descended from Father Jacques Marquette's Brother. Isn't it strange he was looking near ( approximately) the same ricer systems in Wisconsin that could lead to Kensington Minnesota? He was born in Laon France, home to the Third Gothic Cathedral ever.

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    1. Brandon,

      If the word "Holy" is indeed in the inscription I think your argument could make sense. For me it's enough to acknowledge the Grail Code as a point of fact. That the concept of the Grail is "Holy" is self evident to those who have spent even a little time studying the Grail legends.

      I'm fine if you want to call it the "Holy Grail Code," but I'm sticking with the Grail Code. Either one works.

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  5. Hi Scott,

    Regarding your comment above, "The megalithic yard is ... [a] length of 2.72 feet. ... what happens when you divide 22 by 8? The answer shook us to our core, 2.75 feet. Even though it wasn't exactly the same it was close enough to make a reasonable connection"

    There is actually no connection at all. If you have a megalithic yard (Ym) of 2.72 feet, you are expressing one unit (1 Ym) in terms of another unit (2.72 ft). So the number 2.72 here is dependent on the choice of the imperial foot (ft) as a comparison unit. You could also say that 1 Ym = 32.64 in or 1 Ym = 0.825 m, if you choose to use those as comparison units. In each case the number you get depends entirely on the definition of the comparison unit (ft, in, m, etc.)

    Dividing 22 by 8 is a dimensionless number 2.75, so it is not in any direct relationship to any dimensioned number. To say that the dimensionless ratio 22/8 is somehow related to the number of imperial feet in a Ym is to say that the imperial foot was designed to be 8 twenty-seconds of a Ym, or that a Ym was designed to be 22 eighths of an imperial foot, but we know for sure that the absolute lengths of the Ym and the imperial foot were designed independently of each other, and not designed to be in the 22/8 ratio with each other. That is why we can be sure that the numerical similarity of the dimensionless ratio 22/8 to the number of ft in 1 Ym is purely coincidental.

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    1. Hi Terry,

      With all due respect I think you’ve missed the point of the post, or perhaps I didn’t explain it well enough. There most certainly is a symbolic connection to the megalithic yard that, in turn, becomes reality. Let me try to clarify. The megalithic yard is an ancient unit of measurement based upon the precise movements of the planet Venus. The various cultures and societies throughout time that used this measurement embraced a faith where Venus played a dominant role as what they often referred to as the “Holy Mother.” My research clearly indicates the leadership of the medieval Cistercians/Knights Templar embraced this ideology which included a deep understanding of the esoteric aspects of Hebrew mysticism and passed it on to Freemasonry. We are taught the basics of these principles in the Scottish Rite.

      Since the number 8 is symbolic of Deity in Hebrew mysticism, 8 units of the megalithic yard (2.72 feet) is approximately 22 feet. It doesn’t need to be exact in this context because it was meant to acknowledge Deity while asking to preserve and protect as a form of blessing. This might explain why a Templar treasure would be buried to this depth and why these numbers appear on the KRS. That it’s length is approximately 1 megalithic yard in length and ½ a megalithic yard in width is likely also a symbolic appeal to Deity to preserve and protect the vitally important land claim put into the ground just prior to bringing the treasure over.

      From a Masonic perspective it makes perfect sense. Granted, it doesn’t definitively prove anything, but the facts are strikingly consistent.

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    2. Without taking issue with anything in your explanation, Scott, but accepting it at face value for the sake of argument, the only point that I am making here is centered around this statement (or its equivalent stated in various ways) "8 units of the megalithic yard (2.72 feet) is approximately 22 feet." My point is, even if 8 Ym is significant, why should 22 FEET be significant? I can see why 22 somethings would be significant, in the system you are explaining, but how would "feet" enter into that system? Why not inches or meters or fathoms? Why "feet". The imperial foot is a profane unit by anyone's standard and derives from a relatively recent definition. This is why this relationship of 8 Ym ~ 22 ft is merely a coincidence.

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    3. Terry,

      I beg to differ. The unit of a "foot" has a long and complicated history as I'm sure you know. However, in most cases it was close to 12" in length and for whatever reason the unit was used by the Templars on the Kensington Rune Stone as a sacred blessing of protection (remember the number 8 is the number of Deity in Hebrew mysticism) for their land claim stone for North America.

      I don't know why they chose to use 22 :feet," but they did and it should become clear in the days ahead. Hold that thought for a while.

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    4. You, Scott, said the land claim was "put in the ground." And as we know it was found buried several hundred years (let's say) later. A land claim in the middle of nowhere defies common sense. The place to put a land claim would be much further east, where people could see it.

      And as others have pointed out, 22 divided by 8 is not 2.75 feet, 2.75 apples, or 2.75 lawsuits. It's just 2.75. At what point were cubits as a unit of measure abandoned by the Jews, and why did they switch to using feet?

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    5. Americanegro,

      The land claim was placed along the N-S continental divide of North America in the geographic center of the continent. The tradition of burying land claims in the ground is ancient and was done so only the claimants could recover it. Others would simply destroy it.

      I also proposed the theory of how the rounded triangular stone holes would have been used by a returning party to first find their way back into the area, and then use triangulation of the numerous stone holes at the Ohman Farm to relocate the artifact. For the details of this research you might want to read my book, “The Hooked X: Key to the Secret History of North America.”

      22 feet divided by 8 is 2.75 feet. The point is the megalithic yard (MY) is a sacred, ancient unit of measurement and the number 8 in Hebrew mysticism is the number of deity. The connection to the MY and deity is 22 feet and that's it.

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  6. Hey Scott,
    I love your work with the Kensington Runestone, the way you used weathering comparisons to figure it out. But I remember in an interview online you said the Templars were the ones who fought the first crusade. They may have been a part of it, but I believe the Christian army was mostly made up of the Byzantine empire, the Holy Roman empire, Kingdom of England, France, etc. Just thought I'd let you know.

    Fransico

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    1. Fransico,

      You're quite right and I was aware the Templar's were not the only ones involved. My point in the interview was the Templar's certainly were present on the Temple Mount during this time and dig some mysterious excavations.

      As you point out, historical events were always more complex than sometimes realize. However, to make specific points we need to focus on the key players or the discussion can get mired in too much information.

      Thanks for the clarification.

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    2. I found your work with the Tuscon lead artifacts also well done and very logical in terms of scientific and geological testing. In fact, there are some academics and professors who support the idea of their authenticity. But one of the arguments people make against their authenticity is that there were no signs of a colony near by, no remains of houses or villages, tools, other things that would indicate civilization or a established colony. What is your opinion on this argument by skeptics of the Tuscon lead artifacts?

      Fransico

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    3. Fransico,

      An absence of evidence isn't evidence of absence. This argument doesn't have any bearing on the authenticity of the artifacts. They were found encrusted in caliche up to six feet deep in river colluvium. Clearly they were placed as ritual objects and likely not anywhere near a campsite or village. Even if they were, the site could have been washed away over the centuries or is still there and simply not discovered yet. It's a silly argument put forth by those who don't want the artifacts to be genuine.

      The pristine archaeological provenance and geological aspects of the artifacts alone prove they are genuine. While a related village or campsite would be great, you don't need them. They are an historical gold mine of information scholars should be studying in earnest.

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  7. Is allegory a story, or truth? Do we takes bits and pieces of allegory and use it for fact? Do Masons believe allegory of a story as fact?

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    1. Anonymous,

      That’s the difficulty, and the beauty, of allegory incorporated within Masonic ritual. There is no question there are historical truths embedded within the rituals. The difficulty is trying to decipher what part are real history and what parts are simply a story. The brilliance of Masonic ritual is that real historical truths are preserved, and important moral lessons are passed down through the centuries to be deciphered by those who are able to. Documents on papyrus, paper, cloth or animal skin can be destroyed by water and fire. Even information carved into stone will eventually degrade, but the information passed down through ritual lives on forever as long as there are humans to preserve it.

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  8. Hey Scott, like your thought's to make one think of History. Question, trying to track the Poteau, Kensington, Oak Island and New York points on the map a X form started to appear. I tried tracking the history of ship captains using archive.org and the history points of Bermuda. Bermuda it looked like was needed to place another rune stone to form the X, is there any history of a stone placed there? Or a better scientific measuring system to measure these known distance between stone placements. And wasn't there another stone or place a little further northeast of Oak Island. Thanks.

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    1. The Yarmouth Runic Stone, also known as the Fletcher Stone could have been the other stone I was thinking about. Thanks again.

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  9. ~~With this connection between the 'land claim' and its relationship with Knights Templar and Freemasonry, you have provided a lightning bolt of clarity to the purpose of the Founding Fathers in establishing a Congress with the statue of Columbia atop it's structure.``

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    1. Kevin,

      Her other name is "Freedom" of religion, speech, thought, unfair taxation, etc... It's pretty obvious what the plan was, who did it, and most importantly, why they did it.

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  10. Anyone familiar with a fountain pen will tell you that's no hooked X. It's an ink blot, and you find them all over the page.

    S. Simon

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    1. S. Simon,

      The author held the pen on the spot to make the hook exactly where it was supposed to be to make the Hebrew "aleph" character. I agree it's an ink blot, but clearly intentional.

      Sorry Simon; not buying your argument.

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  11. So are you arguing that the writer intended a hooked X, but instead accidently made an ink blot? Why then didn't he start over? It was only the first letter on the page. Could the character for "100" then be considered a dotted R rather than a blotted one?

    S. Simon

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    1. S. Simon,

      Yes, the author absolutely intended to make a Hooked X/aleph symbol. If you go back and read my post about the newly discovered Icelandic documents you'll see several examples of the same thing: https://scottwolteranswers.blogspot.com/2015/12/new-hooked-xs-and-ancient-runes-found.html

      The other symbol is not a dotted R as the dot would be inside the upper loop. I don't doubt the pen would often bleed extra ink when the writer made a dot or period. Thet appears to be why the "hook" is so ink heavy. However, there is no doubt it was a purposeful, intentional mark.

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    2. Rorschach might differ on your inkblot interpretation.

      S. Simon

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    3. S. Simon,

      I don't know who Rorschach is, but his differing opinion doesn't make it so.

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    4. If there was ever any doubt that you were an undergrad geology major it's gone now.

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    5. So if it's an ink blot, how do you explain the hooked x carved in stone ?

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    6. Anonymous,

      I don't understand your question? How do you relate the ink hook, with a Hooked X carved in stone? Try again.

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  12. Hey Scott,
    This post bringing up the KRS and the Templars reminded me of the second to last episode of the 3rd season of America Unearthed. Now before I ask about that, in a goxplrr interview with webcams about the Michigan copper culture/Minoan episode, you mentioned the guy you went diving with to find the stone structures in the lake, and how in four takes, you went from "this is slightly suspicious" to "This is BS, and I believe you're involved." You of course were talking about the underwater stone structures with this guy you where diving with. That got me thinking, since 3 of the 4 takes were behind the scenes and never aired, about the 2 guys in the beginning of the A.U. episode "the templars deadliest secret-the chase". They presented you with an inscription with a hooked x that was obviously fake. Now the scene that aired you said "do you guys know anything about this", they said no, and you seemed to let it go and not accuse them more of being involved. My question is, how many takes did the production crew do of that scene, and did it go down the same path behind the scenes as the copper Michigan episode? Where you went from being slightly suspicious of whether or not the two guys were involved to "I know you guys are involved, this is BS."

    Señor Umberto

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    1. Señor Umberto,

      We only did one take of the fake inscription in Pennsylvania with the Hooked X. However, I did have a very testy confrontation that was not filmed and asked him if he had ever carved anything in stone which he denied. After he left, a relative of his showed me four pictures of carved images in stone, including a self portrait, that Billy had carved.

      As I've said many times, the fakes like this one reveal themselves pretty quickly upon close examination. It's the real stuff like the KRS, that keeps hanging around no matter how hard the skeptics try to kill it.

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    2. Scott,
      You are definitely right. The KRS has stuck around for a long time. I find it interesting how you proving scientifically that it was real led to possibly causing the downfall of the catholic church. Yet Christians are upset whenever someone brings science and reasoning to disprove the entire bible basically. How long do you think it will take for the catholic church to crumble? Do you think the bible is mostly BS?

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    3. Anonymous,

      The KRS didn't cause the Catholic Church to begin its downfall, its been in the works for a long time. There really is something to the Precession of the Equinoxes, and the historical prophesies that go with it. I don't think it's a coincidence when the "end of the world" came in 2012, the downfall began to accelerate. As I wrote "Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers," when Pope Francis first appeared on the balcony at the Vatican and flashed the "M" sign I knew the change was here and wrote that he would be different. He's proven that at least one time that I was right.

      I don't think the RCC will completely crumble and go away. I think it will retract considerably and must adapt to the changing world. Pope Francis certainly understands this and is leading profound change and humility that is needed for the Church to survive. The millennial generation isn't finding the answers in religion and I think are smart enough to understand you can have a relationship with your Deity, whatever you call him/her, without a human conduit like a priest. That's where the problems (money, power and control) come in as the human element always finds a way to screw things up. The KRS is a prime example.

      As far as the Bible is concerned I think it's a brilliant document, but most of it was never meant to be taken literally. Like the KRS inscription, it's filled with allegory and code and most of it deals with the interaction of sun, moon, planets, and the stars. It filled with hidden knowledge that only those with the proper training can truly understand. I certainly don't have all the answers to the Bible, but again, there's a reason it and other important documents have been around as long as they have.

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  13. Yeah most of the bible is just allegory, but Christians get mad whenever the talpiot tombs are brought up or that the events in the bible never historically happened, that's just something I've noticed.

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  14. Hi Scott,

    Not to thread jack, but I was wondering what your opinion is of the work that the Finders Keepers Treasure Team is doing in New Ross Nova Scotia concerning a Templar settlement there. I know you were up there with them for one of your episodes a few years ago, and I think it would be fascinating if this could in fact be proved to be a Templar site. Looking forward to your thoughts.

    Thanks
    Rob

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  15. Hey Scott
    There were other orders of Priest that were here in the country prior to the 1800? Like the Jesuits they were very educated in Hebrew, Astrology, and other form of science. Alchemy was one and the use of symbolism on stone was common. They often used different methods. Although I believe that most all the orders were here looking for the legendary treasure that was hidden by the Knights Templars or the Phoenician. All though the treasure hunting world there talk of different marking being overlap with othe order.
    All the secret order out there including freemason and the other are looking as well. There is also talk of these secret one watching over the hidden treasures out there. The Grail being just a part of it. As far as number. 3,5,6,7,8,12,21,33,. They are all important numbers used in Bible codes. There many way of measurements used like cubits, furlongs,. So knowin your subjects secrets help n decoding them clues.their method's are normally around their messages. The KRShas some else you haven't talked about. I can show if your interested.

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    1. Anonymous,

      I apologize for being silent for so long. To say I've been preoccupied would be an understatement...

      I'm all ears.

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  16. In regards to the numbers 8 and 22, I would like to add a little more info which I have come across in my research and I hope this helps in some way. Here's a few notes I jotted down regarding the numbers 8 and 22 in relation to Psalm 119:
    -The longest chapter in Psalms has 176 verses (176= 22 x 8).
    -The longest parsha in the Torah, Naso, has 176 verses.
    -The longest tractate in the Talmud, Baba Batra, has 176 pages.
    -Chapter 119 of Psalms has 176 verses because it follows the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet which are used to begin 8 verses each. That is, 22 x 8 = 176.
    -What's the significance of 22 and 8? 22 can represent completeness (everything from A to Z so to speak). The number 8 can also represent completeness (7 represents the natural realm but 8 represents completeness beyond nature). The product of two complete numbers is therefore, the ultimate completeness.
    -"The apex of all numbers found in the Torah, 176, represent the process of development from a simple point to an area that represents the essence of the infinity of the Divine itself." - Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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    1. So are you saying the number 56 is the ultimate completeness.

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    2. Thanks for the numbers thing. So are you saying the product of 7 and 8 being 56 is ultimate completeness. Just wanting to be sure. Thanks again

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    3. Anonymous,

      The Gematria you have researched is something that is very prevalent in Hebrew mysticism and in other forms of mysticism. The 8 and 22 carries utmost importance and it's presence on the KRS is a huge clue as to who carved it. That the number symbolic of Deity in Hebrew mysticism, 8, is the first thing carved in the inscription is noteworthy and why should be self-evident to anyone who's been tracking this thread. It's amazing and you've added some good info here; thanks!

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  17. S. Simon,

    It is somewhat unlikely that Rorschach is going to offer an opinion on this topic considering that he passed away in 1922. In the meantime, grab the image and import it into MS PowerPoint. Compare the "X" character against the "Teth" word further down the page. Zoom between 200% and 400%, splash some tinting, and then adjust the contrast. On the "X" you can clearly see the quill's larger-dimension outer edge scribing boundary lines on the outside of the hook and crossing the one leg of the "X." The splotchy area within "Teth" does not present in the same fashion, it presents as an ink flow across the surface. PowerPoint is not a substitute for an X-ray or spectral analysis, but its ability to magnify images without distortion is a useful tool. Given that the hook has boundary lines in the same fashion as the other characters on the page, I would support the contention that it was indeed purposeful.

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  18. "It measured 31 inches long..." Dimensions from your 2006 book: X, 79 cm; Y, 41 cm; Z, 14 cm. Disregarding the thickness dimension of 14 cm - add the other two values together and derive sum of 120. 120/79=1.518. 120/41=2.926.

    Front inscription numbers total 42. Side inscription numbers total 24. Grand total of 66. 66/42=1.571. 66/24=2.75.

    -Phi is 1.618...so no match there.
    -Megalithic yard is 2.72', so there is a close match with the 2.75 value derived from the 66/24 (as well as 22/8, resultant value 2.75; Sacred Number).
    -22/14 (Sacred Numbers) equals 1.571; this is the same value derived if one performs 66/42 (as it is just a number reduction).
    -24/14 (Sacred Numbers) equals 1.714. This value is close to the value of a Royal Cubit of 1.72 feet. It is also remarkably close to the ratio of the Newport Tower Egg dimensions (20.625" x 12") of 1.71875. Ironically, the 20.625" height of the NT Egg is the exact length of a Royal Cubit of 1.72'.

    For practical purposes, we could replace the "remarkably close" phrases with the word exact.

    I know I am not picking up on everything...so help us to understand this more clearly, Scott.

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  19. Hi Mr. Wolter,
    I've only just discovered your Unearthed America television series on Netflix last week (we're a bit sheltered here in Australia) and found it to be a very fascinating and thought provoking show... Up until episode 10 "the desert cross" where it all seemed to go straight into a Dan Brown novel. Please don't get me wrong, I find the way you approach your work to be very professional, passionate and inspiring, it just kinda threw me when the show dived into freemason symbolisms and Exxon conspiracies.
    I have two questions, first is related specifically to that episode, where the show completely glossed over what was actually inscribed on the lead artifacts. I almost paused the show to write it out and Google the translation before realising surely a quick Google search on the Tucson Artifacts would give some more detailed facts about the discovery... Boy was I wrong! I found wiki (yuck) "rationalwiki" (even worse) and a hundreds of really spiteful opinion based blogs, and that some Colavito guy really has it in for you, sheesh what a prick! Sorry I do digress... My question is where would you recommend I look for more detailed information on the artifacts and locations you visit and discuss in your episodes? I find the way the show is edited for entertainment purposes takes away a lot of the meaty information I want!

    My second question is more musing than anything else... A lot of grail enthusiasts are certain that the grail treasure is in fact the bloodline of Christ, especially after the DaVinci Code whipped the world in a frenzy. If it did indeed turn out to be Christ's bloodline, what do you think the definitive proof could be? The smoking gun if you will? It would be the most explosive, and immensely scrutinised discovery in the history of mankind, and with so much wealth, and power at stake the evidence would have to be incredibly perfect to be given any credit at all.

    I appreciate your time in reading these questions, sincerely Marcus from "Down Under"

    P.S. can you please ask Netflix to show the next 2 seasons in Australia?? 1 isn't enough lol!

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    1. Marcus,

      Not sure what you mean by "Dan Brown" novel? Everything we presented in the show was legitimate research and is the truth as best as I could determine.

      Internet haters are everywhere as well as squatters that sanitize Wiki sites of anything that is supportive of mine, or anyone else's research that suggests a different historical narrative than the B.S. we've been sold. Fact, I've published more research on the Kensington Rune Stone than anyone in its 118 years history and yet, neither my name, my books, or any of my television programs are mentioned on the Kensington Rune Stone Wiki page.

      If you'd like to read about my research regarding the Tucson Lead Artifacts I suggest you read pages 128-149 in my book, "Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X." You can find it on Amazon or at my website: www.hookedx.com

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    2. Thanks for you prompt reply! Sorry, my reference to Dan Brown was in regards to the way the show for me seemed to dive right into the Knights Templar/freemason connection and the symbolisms used. It reminded me of when I read the davinci code novels; I didn't mean it to try and detract from your research and findings in any way...

      Thank you also for your recommendation, I've got a copy of the book on order now. Is there any other research that you found useful when analysing the Tucson Artifacts?

      Cheers, Marcus.

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    3. Marcus,

      Actually, there is a wonderful book written by Thomas Bent in 1964 about the artifacts. It's great because he was an intelligent guy discussing the evidence after 30 years of reflection as an older man. Only 12 copies were published (I have one) and we are planning to publish it to the world very soon.

      Stay tuned; it's a wonderful and important book that sheds additional light on these authentic artifacts by one of the two men who not only discovered the artifacts, but was involved in the entire story.

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  20. Scott,
    What is your opnion of this geology forum on google talking about your kensington runestone book? https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!topic/sci.archaeology/cH5tXUIWTkA%5B1-25%5D

    Senor Umberto

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    1. Senor Umberto,

      I don't think much of it at all.

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  21. Scott,
    What is your opinion on Frank Joseph? The reason I ask this is because you have to be careful who you associate yourself with. I think you are credible in this field because you are a forensic investigator, and I like the work you have done because it is very logical. However, this guy Frank Joseph is a former neo nazi and convicted pedophile, so those in themselves take away from his credibility, along with his crazy, out there ideas on history. Someone said you were acquainted with him and spoke at the same conference as him. Again, I believe you have proven your credibility as a forensic investigator, but being associated with a guy like Frank Joseph might make people change their opinion on you and your work that you have done.
    Jason the Freemason

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    1. Bro Jason,

      I do know Frank Joseph and have spoken at a few of the same conferences. However, our relationship is merely cordial and that is all. I purposely do not get more involved with Frank for the very reasons you stated. Frank is a very bright guy, a very good speaker and has written some interesting articles and books. Some of his work is very good and some not so much. He is a big fan of my work as we have both have written about similar subject matter. I can’t pick the people who support me, but I can, and do choose carefully who I associate with personally. Having said that, I will not avoid a conference that he might also attend; that would be silly and counter-productive.

      There are many people out there who do not like me or the things I lecture about and publish. Sadly for them, since they can’t discredit the data, some will try to discredit me by pointing out people like Frank Joseph, claiming that we are close friends which is not true. If people are persuaded by dishonest attacks on my credibility, like made-up associations, I can’t do anything about that other than try to clarify the situation here. I think it’s important for people to reach an opinion based on scientific facts rather than assumed associations.

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  22. scott unsure of my computer skills I notices you tend to reply in a timely manner wondering if you received photos oct 4. Interested in your educated guess respectively shane

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  23. Can you take a joke?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Xfh_aDbT5U

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    1. I watched this video over three years ago and found it hilarious! A couple months later I met the director of the short film, who is Mormon, at a conference and told him how much I loved it. He asked if we were going to do an episode about the historical claims in the Book of Mormon and said I was hoping to but added, "Be careful what you wish for..."

      Next time.

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  24. Mr. Wolter, About the Newport Tower, the line that goes to Stone Henge to Constantinople. Has anyone looked to the South West following the line to see if it crosses any "interesting" places

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  25. 8 is also the number of legs of Odin's horse, which he uses to "ride" the world tree (i.e. the cross).

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  26. The cycles of Venus were not lost on the Norse that's for sure!

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  27. 8 is also the number of Santa Claus's reindeer.

    8 reindeer
    12 elves
    Santa
    Mrs. Claus

    Ho, Ho, Ho!

    Anthony Warren

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  28. ~~Influence of the Norsemen does reverberate in the history of Scandinavia demonstrated at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, with the legend of St. Lucia, the light-bearer.~~

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  29. What about the number 9? What significance does that number have?

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    1. Anonymous,

      3 is the number of the Trinity. 3 x 3 = 9, 9 is the number of levels under the Temple in Jerusalem with the ninth arch being the Secret Vault. There's a lot more, but that's a start.

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  30. Thanks, i would love to learn more! But i have another question for you! :) ive done some research, im not going to elaborate too much on the matter, but have you ever considered the templars treasure to be in the same location as the misding aztek treasure? Aling with the misding incan treasure? Along with the misding mayan treasure? Along with captain kidds treasure? Is it inconcievable that not only does x mark the spot (the templars first), but then 2 additional x's (captain kidd) mark the spot for the second time? You said it yourself, nothing is happening on this land without the cobsent of the natives. If it is true, and the templars did make it here, and they did bring their treasure (or secrets), is it really that inconceivable to believe the nayives didnt aid them in its final rezting place? I mean think about the ancient civilizations of south and central america? How could all of that treasure from those 3 civilizations ALL disappear, and not a trace of any have popped up on the radar? Theyre all in one place! :)

    To all the naysayers, this man, Scott, is on to the biggest discovery of all time! But Scott, what are you really after? The truth? Or the riches? In which order?

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    1. Anonymous,

      I'll let the evidence speak for itself when it comes forth. As far as what am I really after? Even if I found an amazing historical treasure, it wouldn't belong to me. It would belong to everyone. I just want to know the truth about what really happened and it has nothing to do with the "accepted" history we were all taught. If we continue to do things the right way, money and getting attention will take care of itself.

      That's it.

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  31. I think that Scott may have more of a connection to the Vikings than he is saying ! But - why not continue with the suspense at this point ! M.Barnes

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