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For over 20 years Think AboutIt has been trying to help people to think for themselves. To learn that not everything your told is the truth. This site started when there was not a lot of alternative information out there, and finding it took many hours, days or months, sometimes years, to locate only the smallest little bits.  This was the time of just a few outspoken persons out there, and having this information could also mean trouble. Big Trouble! Think Aboutit was one of the first to speak about the Underground Bases, Aliens, Alternative Spirituality, UFOs and other weird things to Think About. We shared the Branton papers, works from William Cooper, Bill Hamilton, and many other Truth Walkers. We thank you and the many more who has helped change the web. Some of the info is from websites long gone. Some of it is outdated and dates prophesied have passed but the […] Read More

1659: THE PRACTISE OF MARY THE PROPHETESS IN THE ALCHYMICALL ART.

(British Library MS. Sloane 3641 folios 1-8. Also in Auriferae artis 1572, Alchymia vera 1604, Arnaldus de Villa Nova Opus Aureum 1604, Lumen chymicum novum 1624 and Theatrum chemicum 1659)THE PRACTISE OF MARY THE PROPHETESS IN THE ALCHYMICALL ART. (source: Alchemy Virtual Library – www.levity.com/alchemy) Aros the Philosopher had a meeting with Mary the Prophetess the Sister of Moyses, and approaching to her, he paid her respect and said unto her. O Prophetess, I have truly heard many say of you that you whiten the Stone in one day. And Mary said, Yea, Aros, even in a part of one day. Aros said: O Lady Mary, when will the Work be which you affirm? How shall we whiten and afterwards add blackness? Mary said; O Aros, oftentimes Nations have dyd about this part. Know you not, O Aros; that there is a water or a thing which whitens Hendragem? […] Read More

1597: A BRIEFE COMMENTARIE OF HORTULANUS THE PHILOSOPHER, UPON THE SMARAGDINE TABLE OF HERMES OF ALCHIMY.

A BRIEFE COMMENTARIE OF HORTULANUS THE PHILOSOPHER, UPON THE SMARAGDINE TABLE OF HERMES OF ALCHIMY. (included in Roger Bacon, The mirror of alchimy, London 1597) (source: Alchemy Virtual Library – www.levity.com/alchemy) The praier of Hortulanus. Laude, honour, power and glorie, be given to thee, O Almightie Lorde God, with thy beloved sonne, our Lord Iesus Christ, and the holy Ghost, the comforter. O holy Trinitie, that art the onely one God, perfect man, I give thee thankes that having the knowledge of the transitorie things of this worlde (least I should bee provoked with the pleasures thereof) of thy abundant mercie thou hast taken mee from it. But forsomuch as I have knowne manie deceived in this art, that have not gone the right way, let it please thee, O Lord my God, that by the knowledge which thou hast given me, I may bring my deare friends from […] Read More

1995: Living Crystals of Atlantis II

Living Crystals of Atlantis, II By request, some more information about the later Atlantean cultures, their technology, and what relevance this has to our own continuum. (It is very hard to go far enough back in the time streams and experience the original Atlantean emergence. The probability currents for the aggregation of beings, both subtle and gross (biological) that make up the Atlantean line diverge. Since anyone able to understand these writings knows neither the past or the future has any inherently determinate existence without relationship to the present moment, this difficulty is visible. What is presented here about earlier Atlantean beings is derived from the last processional cycle–approx. a range limit of 25,000 BCE), and is thus already restricted to linear modalities. The Atlanteans were very attached to their homes. This is not surprising because they originated from “heavenly” beings who projected their consciousness into this material world. […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 7

Tablet VII (10) ASARU, bestower of cultivation, who established water levels; Creator of grain and herbs, who causes vegetation to sprout. (11) ASARUALIM, who is honored in the place of counsel, who excels in counsel; To whom the gods hope, not being possessed of fear. (12) ASARUALIMNUNNA, the gracious, light of the father, his begetter, Who directs the decrees of Anu, Enlil, Ea and Ninigiku. He is their provider who assigns their portions, Whose horned cap is plenty, multiplying . . . . (13) TUTU is he, who effects their restoration. Let him purify their shrines that they may have ease. Let him devise the spell that the gods may be at rest. Should they rise in anger, let them turn back. Truly, he is supreme in the Assembly of the gods; No one among the gods is his equal. Tutu is (14) ZIUKKINNA, life of the host of […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 6

Tablet VI When Marduk hears the words of the gods, His heart prompts him to fashion artful works. Opening his mouth, he addresses Ea To impart the plan he had conceived in his heart: “Blood I will mass and cause bones to be. I will establish a savage, `man’ shall be his name. truly, savage-man I will create. He shall be charged with the service of the gods That they might be at ease! The ways of the gods I will artfully alter. Though alike revered, into two groups they shall be divided.” Ea answered him, speaking a word to him, Giving him another plan for the relief of the gods: “Let but one of their brothers be handed over; He alone shall perish that mankind may be fashioned. Let the great gods be here in Assembly, Let the guilty be handed over that they may endure.” Marduk summoned […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 5

Tablet V He constructed stations for the great gods, Fixing their astral likenesses as the Images. He determined the year by designating the zones: He set up three constellations for each of the twelve months. After defining the days of the year by means of heavenly figures, He founded the station of Nebiru to determine their heavenly bands, That none might transgress or fall short. Alongside it he set up the stations of Enlil and Ea. Having opened up the gates on both sides, He strengthened the locks to the left and the right. (10) In her belly he established the zenith. The Moon he caused to shine, entrusting the night to him. He appointed him a creature of the night to signify the days: “Monthly, without cease, form designs with a crown. At the month’s very start, rising over the land, You shall have luminous horns to signify […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 4

Tablet IV They erected for him a princely throne. Facing his fathers, he sat down, presiding. “You are the most honored of the great gods, Your decree is unrivaled, you command is Anu. You, Marduk, are the most honored of the great gods, Your decree is unrivaled, your word is Anu. From this day your pronouncement shall be unchangeable. To raise or bring low–these shall be in your hand. Your utterance shall be true, your command shall be unimpeachable. No one among the gods shall transgress your bounds! Adornment being wanted for the seats of the gods, Let the place of their shrines ever be in your place. O Marduk, you are indeed our avenger. We have granted you kingship over the universe entire. When you sit in Assembly your word shall be supreme. Your weapons shall not fail; they shall smash your foes! O lord, spare the life […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 3

Tablet III Anshar opened his mouth and Addressed a word to Gaga, his vizier: “O Gaga, my vizier, who gladdens my spirit, I will dispatch you to Lahmu and Lahamu. You know discernment, you are adept at fine talk; The gods, your fathers, produce you before me! Let all the gods proceed here, Let them hold converse, sit down to a banquet, Let them eat festive bread, poured wine; For Marduk, their avenger, let them fix the decrees. Be on your way, Gaga, take the stand before them, And that which I shall tell you repeat to them: `Anshar, your son, has sent me here, Charging me to give voice to the dictates of his heart, Saying : “Tiamat, she who bore us, detests us. She has set up the Assembly and is furious with rage. All the gods have rallied to her; Even those whom you brought forth […] Read More

The Enuma Elish: Tablet 2

Tablet II When Tiamat had thus lent import to her handiwork, She prepared for battle against the gods, her offspring. To avenge Apsu, Tiamat wrought evil. That she was girding for battle was divulged to Ea. As soon as Ea heard of this matter, He lapsed into dark silence and sat right still. Then, on further thought, his anger subsided, He betook himself to Anshar, his fore father. When he came before his grandfather, Anshar, He repeated all that Tiamat had plotted to him: “My father, Tiamat, she who bore us, detests us. She has set up the Assembly and is furious with rage. All the gods have rallied to her; Even those whom you brought forth march at her side. They throng and march at the side of Tiamat, Enraged, they plot without cease night and day. They are set for combat, growling, raging, They have formed a […] Read More