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I was suprised when I received my own work quoted word for word, from
I wondered why they had not referenced my work and where they had obtained
So I checked the web page below and could see that it had been published
without reference to my original post.
It seems that my work has been copied across with other work from Niven and
I think what may have happened is that I posted this to William Buehler, who
forwarded it back to this list, who put it on the web page; and reference to
myself got lost along the way.
Anyhow, I still feel that my material stands as a valid point of discussion.
I see these ideas as merely an extention to the vast array of material that
so many others have discovered and published, for which my thoughts are
eternally indebted to people like Tim Wallace_Murphy and others.
Knights and the Game of Chess
Start of the quote from Bruce Carlyon:
...ideas built on the knowledge I already had, and started to form a
pattern regarding CHESS.
I have only recently come to realize how the wonderful game of Chess
consists of unseen puzzles, keys, clues and history. The game was
brought back to Europe from the crusades after contact with the
Islamic world. Few Europeans took advantage of Islamic knowledge,
but we know the Templars certainly did; riches is in Knowledge!
Cartography, Astronomy, Mathematics, Medicines, gardens and more.
The Bishops were originally Ships, plying the seas and tacking with
the Winds, winning trade routes, exploration of new lands and
Knowledge per Jarl Henry. The Church was quick to modify the game to
introduce its authority and replace ships with Bishops, but the
diagonal movement no longer makes sense for this piece.
The Rook is styled as a tower or (Magdala) rather than as a castle,
an overt clue to Mary Magdalene, same can be seen in the Tarot Cards
also introduced with hidden meaning into Europe.
The pawns have not changed, they represent us all, the common
man/woman, soldier, peasant, fools; all tools of feudal times.
The Queen has the most power, the Life and bloodlines sustain through
her power (Celtic/Jewish/Matriarchial importance), she has all the
moves (except the Knights move)!!!!!!
The King has the same moves but to a very limited degree, one move
only any direction (except he also cannot perform the Knights move).
The King is restricted because he has his earthly treasures with him
that slow him down. He fears constant danger and is tied to the
board with single moves. If the King goes so too does the Game (or as
the King suffers so does the land).
The Knight's move is only performed by the one piece, it is used in
play with opposite thinking, the piece can never move in a straight
line, ever. It requires the ability to see around corners or see
outside of the normalcy of the general game and of life. Every other
piece must proceed through the game plodding away in straight lines
just as we do in life.
Now to the board itself; Firstly it is identical to a masonic
pavement within a Lodge room. One could consider it holy ground.
Chequered tiles are reminders of the Templar battle flag the Bessant.
The polarity of life; good and evil, life and death. The stage for
us all. (Mi'maq Nation Flag is the reverse of the Templar Fleet Flag)
The dimensions 8 tiles in length, 8 tiles in width.
8 times 8 = 64
square root of 64 = 8
Okay, why 8?
The Mosque on the Mount has 8 sides, Islamic Influence The Templars
occupied the Mount to excavate the stables (Horses again?) Templars
had open access to the mosque The Tower at New Port Rhode Island has
8 arches The Grail Rosette markings made on Templar Tombs contain 8
branches (William de St Clair - in Rosslyn Chapel) Sculptures of the
Sun, within Rosslyn Chapel according to Tim Wallace-Murphy, One with
24 rays, the other with 32 rays, (both divisible by 8) Please look
for other 8 sided structures Great pyramid has 8 angels =
mathematical importance, 4 along base, 4 going up the sides. No
direct connection, but interesting.
End of Quote from Bruce Carlyon:
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