Sunday, April 29, 2012

Upgrade to Spider's Web of Rome 3° & 4°: "the Serpent Holder" alias the ''Healer''


 "......and to all these people the demons announce that now on this, now on a different mountain, on the field, or in the forest, churches have to be built, in order to bring there donations and to celebrate masses, in order to bring there wealth from everywhere, and every kind of cattle;........"
[Primoz Trubar]

I was aware of the possible error, and now I found a confirmation of it.

The church sant'Antonio Nuovo/New saint Antony doesn't represent Hercules (and viceversa), but:


First, Ophiucus is related with the health, and with the medical profession. Second, the Canale Grande/Great Channel (with his Red Bridge/Ponte Rosse plus James Joyce walking towards forum of Roman city) is pointing to the church saint Antony and this is not only a serapeo (ancient temple for Isis - water, and other deities in the temples etc.), at the same time it is the perfect representation (not from a geometrical but more from a symbolic perspective) of the same image of Ophiucus constellation, with the Serpent (Great Channel/Canal Grande) in the hands of Ophiucus (sant'Antonio Nuovo church?).

But let's see the mytology related to the figure of Ophiucus:

".....Asclepius (play /æsˈklpiəs/; Greek: Ἀσκληπιός Asklēpiós [asklɛːpiós]; Latin Aesculapius) is the god of medicine and healing in ancient Greek religion. Asclepius represents the healing aspect of the medical arts; his daughters are Hygieia ("Hygiene", the goddess/personification of health, cleanliness, and sanitation), Iaso (the goddess of recuperation from illness), Aceso (the goddess of the healing process), Aglæa/Ægle (the goddess of beauty, splendor, glory, magnificence, and adornment), and Panacea (the goddess of universal remedy). He was associated with the Roman/Etruscan god Vediovis. He was one of Apollo's sons, sharing with Apollo the epithet Paean ("the Healer").[2] The rod of Asclepius, a snake-entwined staff, remains a symbol of medicine today........"

I am convinced that any comment by me is quite superfluous. Let's continue: 

Zeus killed Asclepius with a thunderbolt because he raised Hippolytus from the dead and accepted gold for it.[14] Other stories say that Asclepius was killed because after bringing people back from the dead, Hades thought that no more dead spirits would come to the underworld, so he asked his brother Zeus to remove him. This angered Apollo who in turn murdered the Cyclopes who had made the thunderbolts for Zeus.[15] For this act, Zeus banned Apollo from the night sky[16] and commanded Apollo to serve Admetus, King of Thessaly for a year. Once the year had passed, Zeus brought Apollo back to Mount Olympus and revived the Cyclopes that made his thunderbolts.[13][17] After Asclepius' death, Zeus placed his body among the stars as the constellation Ophiuchus ("the Serpent Holder").[18]

Even more telling the worship of Ophiucus - keep in mind that the inscription on the front of the sant' Antonion church has the attribute "thaumaturge" (alias "miracle-worker")

The most famous temple of Asclepius was at Epidaurus in north-eastern Peloponnese. Another famous healing temple (or asclepieion) was located on the island of Kos, where Hippocrates, the legendary "father of medicine", may have begun his career. Other asclepieia were situated in Trikala, Gortys (in Arcadia), and Pergamum in Asia.
In honor of Asclepius, a particular type of non-venomous snake was often used in healing rituals, and these snakes — the Aesculapian Snakes — crawled around freely on the floor in dormitories where the sick and injured slept. These snakes were introduced at the founding of each new temple of Asclepius throughout the classical world. From about 300 BC onwards, the cult of Asclepius grew very popular and pilgrims flocked to his healing temples (Asclepieia) to be cured of their ills. Ritual purification would be followed by offerings or sacrifices to the god (according to means), and the supplicant would then spend the night in the holiest part of the sanctuary - the abaton (or adyton). Any dreams or visions would be reported to a priest who would prescribe the appropriate therapy by a process of interpretation.[19] Some healing temples also used sacred dogs to lick the wounds of sick petitioners.[20]
The original Hippocratic Oath began with the invocation "I swear by Apollo the Physician and by Asclepius and by Hygieia and Panacea and by all the gods ..."[20]

 Above image - "DIVO ANTONIO THAVMATVRGO S", in art: Asclepio/Ophiucus. "Thavmatvrgo" means just "miracle worker". And here the modern pagan temple:

Some later religious movements claimed links to Asclepius. In the 2nd century AD the controversial miracle-worker Alexander claimed that his god Glycon, a snake with a "head of linen"[21] was an incarnation of Asclepius. The Greek language rhetorician and satirist Lucian produced the work Alexander the False Prophet to denounce the swindler for future generations. He described Alexander as having a character "made up of lying, trickery, perjury, and malice; [it was] facile, audacious, venturesome, diligent in the execution of its schemes, plausible, convincing, masking as good, and wearing an appearance absolutely opposite to its purpose."[21] Justin Martyr, a philosophical defender of Christianity who wrote around 160 AD claimed that the myth of Asclepius foreshadowed rather than served as a source for claims of Jesus's healing powers.[22]
The botanical genus Asclepias (commonly known as milkweed) is named after him and includes the medicinal plant A. tuberosa or "Pleurisy root".
Asclepius was depicted on the reverse of the Greek 10,000 drachmas banknote of 1995-2001.[23]

Etc. etc. plus various curiosities. Source: Wikipedia. URL:

 Oh yeah, I too am skeptic that Jesuits really believe that an ill person sleeping in a room filled with Asclepius' snakes then heals. But the core of the question is not this. Below you have a correct scheme of that part of the city which is called "borgo Teresiano" or "Theresian district". It was under Maria Theresa that Trieste was transformed from a little town of less than 20 thousands of inhabitants to the most important harbor of the Mediterranean sea, the "Harbor of the Hapsburg empire", also a logical choiche as the Adriatic sea is a sort of natural channel which allows maritime traffic to approach the most the Central Europe. And it is significant that just Maria Theresa was a soldier of the Jesuits' Counter Reformation as she strongly opposed to the Protestant presence in the city. Only the Edict of Tolerance of Joseph II opened the door of the city imperial harbor to the Protestant presence.

Therefore if the healing rituals in the temples dedicated to Asclepius were performed with Asclepius' snakes crawling in the rooms where the sick and ill ones had to be healed, is a natural fact that the Canal Grande/Great Channel, the giant metaphore of the Asclepius' snake, crawls straight ahead to the center of the Ospedale Maggiore/Major Hospital (ake Ursa Major), in the middle of the inner park where Asclepius's snake seems to continue to crawl ("intersections") in other directions of the urban city (the ''lines'' once I labelled "Rat-lines of Trieste") - in particular notice how Asclepius' snake abruptly turns right straight ahead another place where it is required the profession of Asclepius, the "Pious Home of Poor people"/"Pia Casa dei Poveri - E.C.A.", today a institution managed by the municipality to host ancient retired people:

Above image - Jesuitical crawling snakes in the satanic Masonic geometry of Trieste: "....In honor of Asclepius, a particular type of non-venomous snake was often used in healing rituals, and these snakes — the Aesculapian Snakes — crawled around freely on the floor in dormitories where the sick and injured slept. These snakes were introduced at the founding of each new temple of Asclepius throughout the classical world. ......" (see above)

 "Each new temple". In fact the building of the Ospedale Maggiore/Major Hospital, that "room filled with sick and ill people", lasted from 1833 to 1841. The building of the saint Asclepius Thaumaturge temple ("DIVO ANTONION THAVMATVRGO S") lasted from 1823 to 1849. The Italian Wikipedia page tells that was consecrated in 1849. The German one tells 1842. But there aren't doubts that both Ospedale Maggiore as well sant'Antonio Nuovo "the Thaumaturge" are a single temple.

To conclude. Yesterday night, I could enjoy finally a decent night. Not only because I could have some relax admiring some beaty girls and women at the Planet Tus, but also because before I verified ''on the field'' with red light, my maps and a star map those stellar rectangles reproduced in the Rome's Web of terrestrial satanic Trieste: all are perfectly rectangular.
It remains only a remark. Of course to the poor Hercules was offered another chance, and employed as Evangelical Lutheran church in a reciprocal allegory. But for this another time.
And try to have more respect for my modest work.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Spider's Web of Rome 3°: not only Virgo Triangle, also Draco, Ursa Major and other constellations in the Rome's satanic web of Trieste


Thursday, April 26, 2012

Spider's web of Rome 4°: in heaven as on earth in a dream of omnipotence

(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)

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