The Lord of the Stones

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“Jesus said to them, “Have you never read in the Scriptures: “‘The stone the builders rejected has become the capstone; the Lord has done this, and it is marvelous in our eyes’?”

I know that the Capstone and the Stone of Scones, are one of the same. I know what this stone capped, and how what lie under it was used. It has everything to do with what Jesus wrote in the dust. I will not give this secret away for free. In return, I want those who want my knowledge, to help me get my grandson, Tyler Hunt, back, so we can enjoy the wonders of having a grandfather and a grandson in the world. I hold The Truth as ransom. Your heritage – for my heritage! Only I can take your through the Portal of Truth.

Above is a photo of I and Dottie Witherspoon who descends fro John Knox. I have befriended the descendants of Robert Bruce and Wallace here in the Emerald Valley. I am worthy to crown the next King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. I am the Ancient One, the Lord of the Stones – returned!

Lord of the TONES in the STONE and the SWORD in the WORDS.

Jon ‘The Nazarite Judge’

Copyright 2013

The legend does not stop there. In origin, the Stone is believed to have been “Jacob’s Pillow”, referring to the Biblical story in which Jacob falls asleep on a stone and has a dream in which he sees angels descend and ascend to Heaven. It is during this mystical appearance that he utters the phrase: “How terrible is this place! This is none other then the house of the Lord and this is the gate of heaven.”
One tradition states that the stone Jacob used as a pillow at Bethel was then set up as a pillar and anointed with oil and that later, it became the pedestal of the Ark in the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. But that is just one strand of the legend.
Jacob’s story is also very similar to Wolfram von Eschenbach’s description of the Grail Stone… and it is not the only parallel. For one, Wolfram’s account speaks of a mythical stone, set somewhere on Earth, and equally links it with the ascent and descent of the angels. He also sees this Grail Stone as part of the Covenant between Mankind and God, not unlike the Jewish Ark of the Covenant. And it was this Ark that was the expression of the unity of the Jewish tribes, and their special bond with God.
With the rise of Scottish independence, Scottish Nationalist John Mackay Nimmo, claimed to have the genuine Stone of Destiny. In the early 1990s, he used his group of Scottish Knights Templar to act as the mechanism to promote this heritage. The Templars bought a little church in Dull, near Aberfeldy. In it, they placed their Stone of Destiny, which they say was recovered in 1950 from Westminster Abbey and which was found in Parliament Square in Edinburgh in 1965 and kept by Nimmo in his church at Lochee in Dundee, where it lay in an iron case for all to see – until it was removed to Dull. Where to? My enquiries with some of these Knights was met with the implication that no-one wants to disclose its present location. But seeing that according to Wolfram von Eschenbach it were Knights Templar that had been entrusted with the safekeeping of the sacred Grail stone, this is a nice modern parallel

The Stone of Scone (pron.: /ˈskuːn/; Scottish Gaelic: An Lia Fàil, Scots: Stane o Scone), also known as the Stone of Destiny and often referred to in England as The Coronation Stone, is an oblong block of red sandstone, used for centuries in the coronation of the monarchs of Scotland and later the monarchs of England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom. Historically, the artifact was kept at the now-ruined Scone Abbey in Scone, near Perth, Scotland. It is also known as Jacob’s Pillow Stone and the Tanist Stone, and in Scottish Gaelic clach-na-cinneamhain. Its size is about 26 inches (660 mm) by 16.75 inches (425 mm) by 10.5 inches (270 mm) and its weight is approximately 336 pounds (152 kg). The top bears chisel-marks.[citation needed] At each end of the stone is an iron ring, apparently intended to make transport easier.[citation needed] The Stone of Destiny was last used in 1953 for the coronation of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

The heavy stone, a copy of the one on which Scottish monarchs were crowned, was swiped from its usual berth at Scone Palace in Perthshire.
It was replaced on its plinth with another stone of a similar size and weight. Police said the replica was later found dumped in the grounds of the palace.
The thieves also stole a brass plaque bearing the words: ”A replica of the stone upon which the Kings of Scots were crowned on Moot Hill until 1296 when Edward I took the stone to Westminster Abbey.”
Tayside Police said today they were investigating the motive for the bizarre incident, which is thought to have been carried out by up to four people, with the brass plaque still missing.
A spokesman said: ”It is a very unusual incident and officers are currently making inquiries into the possible motivation for someone swapping the stones.
”Both of the stones are of considerable weight and would require at least three to four people to carry them. Transport would also have been required.
”If anyone knows who might be responsible I would ask them to get in touch with us.”

Ireland’s famed Lia Fáil Standing Stone, better known as the “Stone of Destiny,” has been vandalized.

The stone, which stands upon the Hill of Tara in County Meath, was smashed with a hammer on all four sides. Chips broke off from it but were not found, suggesting that the culprits took them.

The stone is the traditional coronation site for the ancient High Kings of Ireland, semi-mythical rulers about whom little is known for certain. The last king was supposed to have been crowned there around the year 500 A.D. The stone was said to be magical and when the rightful king touched it, the stone would roar in approval.

The stone is a menhir, or lone standing stone, dating back to the Neolithic some 5,500 years ago. Many megalithic monuments such as menhirs and stone circles were seen as magical by later cultures.

This is the latest of several acts of vandalism against ancient sites. Unrest in Syria has led to destruction and looting of archaeological sites. In Israel, a 1,600-year-old synagogue mosaic was wrecked by ultra-orthodox Jews. Then there are the oil pipelines passing through Babylon in Iraq.

At this rate of ignorance and greed, there won’t be any ancient sites left for our grandkids to admire.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_of_Scone

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1 Response to The Lord of the Stones

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    I will judge THE SOTAH.

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