Is it possible that Italy was actually founded as Phoenicia’s greatest colony? Is it true that the Israelites and Solomon’s Temple have never been mentioned by any historian from antiquity? Would Sanskrit be better described as Holy Write, or Sun Script? In our time we are left with so many questions, and in this episode, we jump in to ask these, and many more questions, using language and writing as a strategy to unravel His-Story. As we look at so many of the so-called ancient empires (Rome, Greece, Gaul, Egypt, etc.) we consider if they would be better described as branches of one universal tree. Consider the Temple, mentioned above, that has gone unmentioned by any historical source. If this is true and valid then what does this say about all of the symbolism derived from the Temple that flourishes to this day? Is it simply a metaphor for the human body, Skyclock or ancient schools of thought and practice? After all, even the Sistine Chapel is a representation of this so-called Temple. Actually, there are many aspects of antiquity that leave us wanting more accurate historical information. This is directly addressed in the book called The Worship of Augustus Caesar. In it many examples of censorship, calendar manipulation, and even marble re-carving (censoring) is cited. One of the main take-aways is that there has scarcely been a time when calendars have not been used for sinister purposes, along with censorship. If this is correct, what would that tell us about the historians of these eras? In short, censorship is nothing new. If it is our birthright to comprehend human history, it is clear that regaining comprehension will not be easy. In this regard we place language and letters on the table, as one method to unscramble the censorship of millennia.

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