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Jay Weidner - Future, Freemasonry, Numerology & Geometry
October 18, 2007
Called by Wired Magazine an “authority on the hermetic and alchemical traditions,” and “erudite conspiracy hunter,” Jay Weidner is a renowned author, filmmaker and hermetic scholar. Considered to be a ‘modern-day Indiana Jones’ for his ongoing worldwide quests to find clues to mankind’s spiritual destiny via ancient societies and artifacts, his body of work offers great insight into the circumstances that have led to the current global crisis. Don’t miss this excellent interview as Jay Weidner talks about his work, the future, freemasonry and more. Then continue into hour two with Jay Weidner as we talk about numerology, geometry & gematria, the calculation of the numerical equivalence of letters, words, or phrases, and, on that basis, gaining, insight into interrelation of different concepts and exploring the interrelationship between words and ideas.

 

Relevant links
jayweidner.com

sacredmysteries.com

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2012: The Odyssey

Alchemical Kubrick 2001: The Great work on Film

Benjamin Franklin, the Occult and The Elite

Hypercube

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The Nag Hammadi Library: The Hypostasis of the Archons - (The Reality of the Rulers)

Books & DVDs
Mysteries of the Great Cross of Hendaye Alchemy and the End of Time

Secrets of Alchemy - the Great Cross and the End of Time

2012 The Odyssey

Star Dreams - A feature Documentary Exploring the Mystery of Crop Circles

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Hope that movie is being made! How can i help! Hehe 🍻
#1 - John Sanford - 09/08/2013 - 23:04
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