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Therefore, Cimmerians, Germans, and Swedes, are, and
cannot be otherwise than idolaters, however distasteful
the term. But what did the nobler impulses of our humanity—what did the higher, the more sublime order of reason and intellect dictate to a few sages of pagan theology respecting this idolatrous atrocity of human-carved idealities? What did an early Pater ? not to quote an infinity of early authorities.
Let Aristotle, on the one part, and the legislators of the twelve tables, on the other, on the conviction of certain dim rays of light given to them, reply in regard to this scandal of humanity.
The learned among the heathen, as already stated, “ knew there was one chief and true God, maker and governor of heaven and earth, and all things therein, and that their other gods (imaged lares and penates of our modern world) were creatures and men that excelled in gifts, and were translated into heaven.”
Aristotle saith, “ This world and the order of all things are preserved by God, and that which is highest in the world is the seat of God, and there is nothing in the world that is sufficient of itself to preserve itself, and can be without his help.
In the laws of the twelve tables of the Romans, it is said, “Let men go unto their god purely, and let all pomp be removed ; if they do otherwise, God shall revenge."
Lactantius states, “ it cannot be that the true God be worshipped and other gods too [i.e., men-saints] ; because, if his honor be given to others He is not worshipped at all, considering his religion is, to believe that HE is that ONLY TRUE God,” without any representative or adored form, image, or model, whatever, according to his OWN Second Commandment, in the heaven above or in the earth beneath, or in the waters under the earth.
Again, others would not hesitate, with ideal quibbles of forced interpretations, to plagiaristically monopolize names, titles, and attributes appertaining solely and exclusively to the Creator, Preserver, yet Avenger, of the universe. Thus have our Tywarchen, and the principles connected therewith, been scandalized.
From an analysis, then, of the divine principles involved in Noachidic codes, is discovered a clue to the Cimmerian symbol of the beautiful single, double, and triple triangular figures, as indicative of harmony of design, life and safety, by the mutual conjoint and diagonal manifestation or adjustment of the divine principle of Naf or Duw, as solved, preserved, and chanted by the Cimmerian orders, and as scholastically representing the tywarchen pumongl or that along, that OLL mewn BOD, or, in fine, that Aggregate, that subtile ever-flowing yet invisible fluid which was taught by this Patriarchal Institute to permeate, in perpetual revolving movement of similar inverted angles, through the zodiacal expanse of space, time, and shining ether, up to, and descending from, the figurative adaptation of Trionglau cydserog gogyfer a Maharan—the signa triangulorum cælestia inter se juxta Ariem, i.e., the mutually enclosed and constellated Triangulus on the confines of Aries, and thus, as it were, to blend and link together by the fiat of wisdom, the five component parts, essence, or elementary lines of separate physical action in one uniform typical body, as, Nôd Cadelfen, neu arwydd iachaol Natur ; the symbolum Salutis naturale, the symbolical Hygeia, Cadw or Salus—the safeguard, the token, or exponent power of elementary creation to the end of appointed time.
“Thou art of age and shalt speak for thyself, unto all generations of think
AGAIN, in Symbol 8 other primeval facts will be found to disclose themselves, and to which I shall have another occasion to advert more at large while discussing the sterling, the unapproachable merits of the 'Ingens facultas linquæ Cimmericæ.
At present however, let the re-discovery of our symbolical and Adamitic alphabet, conjointly with a triad of propositions issuing out therefrom, go simply forth to a sceptic-world, as novel heralds of an inward comprehensive truth, that stands apart, aloft, endorsed on nature's laws, beyond the range, the boasted sway, or protocol of every other mortal tongue, that once did breathe the life of Asia or gasped the death of their imperial past, and classic fame, on proud Europa's destined strand, asThe angle MAB...
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“ The power is there,
“And many sounds, and much of life and death." The developement of the above will, I contend, be found to form :1.–Ffynon pob llythyren II.—Cydymaith pob meddylfryd. III.—Dawd-ddaliwr neu noddfa pob iaith dan ffurfafen nen.
OR 1.-Fons omnium literarum. 2.—Auxilium cogitationum vel clavis rationum linearium. 3.-Sequester vel refugium omnium linquarum in terris.
OR a.—The source and fountain of alphabetical characters. B.—The handmaid of thought, or a key to elementary geometry. 7.-The depository and germ of all languages beneath the canopy
of heaven. On reference to the worked-out problem, it will be seen that an equal or unequal combination or copulation of Adamitic, Coelbrennic, Cimmerian, bardic, Cimbric, or druidical straight lines into angles, triangles, squares, and oblongs, demonstrated primitively a key, not merely to a linqual intercommunicative idea of implied intonations-of intonations, je le repete hautement, that naturally ernbody the whole scope, volume, or power, of human sounds, (which is of itself the grandest fact in early literature,) but also a primary mathematical idea of angles in their general proportions of comparative magnitude, as to length,
“Namet ipsa scientia linece elementariæ innata potestas.”
10 Nôd Cynlun Troiau Saronyddion, or Saronidesian Rock-ciphered Sketch, of the Solar
System. (See pp. 47-51 and 180-1.)"
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b mh ph r rh s t d nh thu w y 11 The Adumitic or Cimmerian Key-Notes of the Human Voice Divine (See Vol. III.)
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