Manitoba Coat of Arms
Unicorn & Horse (HORse / Horus)
Bison = BI-Son, Dual Son/Sun / 'OX' on a Mont
The Flag of Manitoba
The Union Jack 8 armed cross on red background is seen on the flag
Major Waters Map of Manitoba
SIDE NOTE: the longitudinal center of Canada is in the Province of Manitoba (at W 98 deg 46' 35"). The center of an object can be denoted by the cross or crosshair, the "bullseye" ( + )
This article continues the information found in my previous article "Fargo Floods - The OX and Bow and 17th Pamenot" and will be necessary background to my upcoming article "The Curious Case of Winnipeg City". When reading my articles, I would recommed that you at least peruse the links I've included. This topic is huge and the more background information you have the easier it will be to understand my upcoming articles.
The Red River flooding has progressed north of the border to Canada.
Boundary Road in Emerson is one of several roads and highways in southern Manitoba that are becoming submerged as flood waters move through the province. (Photo from CBC by by Bill Spanjer)
Emerson = Emir Son
A prince, chieftain, or governor, especially in the Middle East.
[French émir, from Arabic ’amīr, commander, prince, from ’amara, to command.]
From the CBC Red River Flood 2009 site link in my Fargo OX Bow article:
Flooding closes major Manitoba highway between Winnipeg and U.S.
Sections of Highway 75, a major artery between Winnipeg and the U.S. border, were shut down Tuesday to prepare for flooding.
The decision by provincial officials to block traffic on the highway will have a significant commercial impact, say businesses.
Even the CBC recognizes the significance of this year's Red River flooding event through the synchronistic choice of words in its report.
The Red River (bloodline) and the "major artery"
"My normal route is from Winnipeg down to Lansing, Mich., and [Hwy 75] is my main artery south. If I can't take this route, then I have to find another route, and I can't think of one off the top of my head that is going to be as simple," he said."
To emphasize the "bloodline meme" it is again repeated "...my main artery..."
From Winnipeg to Lansing (LANCEing / Fer de Lance and the Holy Lance/Spear of Destiny)
The HOLY LANCE
The Holy L'Ankh / The Holy Years (L'ans)
The Holy Lance and spear tip is linked to the Logo of the Priory of SION, an alleged schismatic offspring of the Knights Templar.
SIDE NOTE: You'll note that there is a symbolic "8" around the central Fleur-de-Lis above.
SIDE NOTE: the (severed) Head of the Priory of SION is rumored to be called "the Nautonnier", an old french word which means 'the Navigator' - it is the symbollic word for the Grand Master of the order in their internal esoteric nomenclature.
SIDE NOTE: Symbol of the Nautonnier - You'll note that there are 8 spokes around the central hub in the ship's helm wheel above.
The Fleur-de-lis is also symbolically the "tip of the spear"
From the Wikipedia entry on Fleur-de-Lis
The fleur-de-lis (or fleur-de-lys, plural: fleurs-de-lis; pronounced /ˌfləː(r)dəˈliː/ (pronounced [ˌflœː(ʀ)dəˈlɪs] in Quebec French), translated from French as "lily flower") is a stylized design of either an iris or a lily that is now used decoratively as well as symbolically, or it may be "at one and the same time, political, dynastic, artistic, emblematic, and symbolic", especially in heraldry.
While the fleur-de-lis has appeared on countless European coats of arms and flags over the centuries, it is particularly associated with the French monarchy in an historical context, and continues to appear in the arms of the king of Spain and the grand duke of Luxembourg, members of the House of Bourbon.
It is an enduring symbol of France that appears on French postage stamps, though it has never been adopted officially by any of the French republics. In North America, the fleur-de-lis is often associated with areas formerly settled by France, such as Quebec and Louisiana, and with French-speaking people in other Canadian provinces.
In Canada, The Province of Manitoba has the largest french speaking (francophone) population in Canada outside of the Province of Quebec.
The Beheading of John the Baptist
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To add a little biblical context, as Highway 75 flooding is progressing northward to the town of St. Jean Baptiste (Saint John the Baptist), we get the remainder of the quote from the CBC article above which says "off the top of my head"
If you don't yet get the "off and head" significance we can check Wikipedia for more background. In the Wikipedia entry for John the Baptist we can read:
- The feast day of the BEHEADING of John the Baptist is on August 29 (8/29)
Because Scripture described John as endowed with prenatal grace, the feast day of his birth (June 24) became celebrated more solemnly than that marking his martyrdom (August 29). Muslims also regard John as a prophet, as do Bahá'ís and Mandaeans. In art, John's head often appears on a platter because that is what Herod's stepdaughter, Salome, is said to have asked for. Another theme of Christian art is his beheading. He is also depicted as an ascetic wearing camel hair and with a staff and scroll inscribed "Ecce Agnus Dei" (Latin, "Behold the Lamb of God" — John 1:29) or bearing a book or dish with a lamb on it. In Orthodox icons, he often has angel's wings, since Mark 1:2 describes him as ἄγγελος (angelos) or messenger.
From "JB" (John the Baptist) we also get the Knights Templar and Prieure de SION link.
JB = Jacobus Burgundus (Molensis) more commonly known in our modern day as Jacques de Molay, the 23rd and Last official Grand Master of the Knights Templar
The Burgundian (french) Jacobus Burgundus Molensis - Jacques de Molay
Those of you who follow Chris Knowles's The Secret Sun and companion blog the Solar Satellite will recognize the "JB"
from my many previous comments on his articles.
And to tie it all back together with John the Baptist, the Knights Templar were reported to have worshipped a severed head that was called the Baphomet. Baphomet in atbash cipher gives the word SOPHIA, which means WISDOM.
The last entry on the Wikipedia page for Baphomet tells us:
Another theory is that "Baphomet" is a symbol of the severed head of John the Baptist. John the Baptist was revered by Knights Templar.
Click for animated gif of the evolution of Canada's provinces
Youtube: Red River @ Pembina & St. Vincent
From bridge joining North Dakota and Minnesota on Hwy 171 at Pembina and St. Vincent. Local Red River level at 51.63 feet 17:00 hrs April 07, 2009.
SIDE NOTE: The slope angle (from base to apex) of the Great Pyramid of Giza is approx. 51.5 degrees. This slope angle is formed from two joined "3,4,5" Pythagorean triangles which make up each of the four faces. The 3,4,5 pythagorean triangle. It is also used by the Freemasons as the symbol of the Past Master. In Freemasonry it is known as the 47th Proposition of Euclid.
There's still MUCH MORE TO COME
In the meantime, if you've not read it before, check out Jake Kotze article Galactic Center Temple
If you pronounce the JB (of JACOBUS BURGUNDUS) you get JeB. In Egyptian mythology we find the god Geb.
GeB (along with NUT (NWT/NNVT) as mother) is the father of Set, Isis, Osiris and Nephthys. "SION"