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Learning from Ancient Greece, Jerusalem, Jordan, Petra & Sinai about MoShe and Sacred SH

Jabal, ShaRa or Sinai Ancient Sacred Ground

Symbols and Signs Research by Nataša Pantović

Jabal, ShaRa or Sinai mountain was always considered particularly sacred

JaBaL Ideid, which Emmanuel Anati has excavated, dates back to 2350 – 2000 BC. was a major Palaeolithic cult centre, with the surrounding plateau covered with , shrines, altars, stone circles, paved with over 40,000 rock engravings.

JaBaL Ideid, which Emmanuel Anati has excavated, dates back to 2350 holy water

 JaBaL Ideid, which Emmanuel Anati has excavated, dates back to 2350 holy water

Archaeological artefacts discovered at the top of it, indicate that it was once covered by polished shiny blue slate, paved work of sapphire stone and used some 1,000s of years before the Roman era, very likely chosen so it reflects the moon-light. Scholars have since theorized that Sinai must have been the word for moon "s-n". In Slavic, we use the word SiN for son, and the male gender for the moon

Sinai must have been the word for moon

Sinai must have been the word for Moon

By the way, my Ethiopian daughter's name is SiNTHaYu.

The main centre of moon worship seems to have been in the south of this amazing mountain run by the priests or priestess that had built shrines, and have left many temples.

Mount Olympus, Home of the Greek Gods of the Hellenistic World

When travelling through Greece this summer, I've visited Mount Olympus, once considered as the home of the Greek Gods of the Hellenistic World. In the classical mythology, it is Mount Athos in Greece where the Thracian giant battled Poseidon, of the Sea. Check Ancient Temples and Fire Stolen from Gods

Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt.

Greek NF MG 32, a palimpsest manuscript from the New Finds, St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai, Egypt

Still considered very sacred, this area today hosts Christian Orthodox Monasteries and the Greek Sacred Mount called Hilandar, run by Serbian and Greek monks, hosting Orthodox Christian Monks from all over the world, accessable only to the male spiritual seakers. The God Vibration

ShaRa, Jabal or Sinai as Sacred to Pagans, Christians, Jews and Muslims

Just opposite,across the sea, a place I still have to see, is the Mount Sinai (Arabic: طور سيناء , Hebrew: הר סיני, also known as Mount HoReB where Moses spoke to God, saw the burning bush, and received the Ten Commandments. Some of the ancient texts mentioned within the story, place this event to as far back as 1,400 BC or as early as 960 BC.

In the classical rabbinical literature, “Mount Sinai” became synonymous with holiness, and the record tells us that the peaks “sang a chorus of praise to God”, heard by El-aY-SHa, the prophet from the story of Moses (MoSHe)hearing:

 “This is my name forever, the name you shall call me, from generation to generation.” and has sent them “into the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites – the land flowing with milk and honey.’ Y or I am – H – W (vatra - fire) were the sounds given, as the vibrations of the Supreme.

Check The Methaphysics of Sound

Saint Catherine's Monastery and Mt Sinai

In the first few centuries following Jesus' death, a number of Christian hermit monks settled on the Mount Sinai and in the sixth century, Saint Catherine's Monastery was constructed enclosing the Chapel of the Burning Bush (also known as "Saint Helen's Chapel") ordered to be built by Empress Helena, mother of Constantine the Great, who was from Serbia during his rain (272 AC – 337 AC

Main church of St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai (6th century)

Main Church of St. Catherine's Monastery of the Sinai (6th century). Inside there is the Chapel of the Burning Bush, Built by St Hellena 330 AC.

Petra jordan Sinai mountains

Petra Jordan, Sinai Mountains Image Worhisping place

The Christians, the Arabs, the Hebrews, and the archaeologists do not quite agree of how the exact history of this place looked like, but 100s of years later. they all sent their worshippers to these mountains in Egypt or Jordan.>

The Prophet Elo-Y-Sha has visited the mountain and has called it: the gathering place of the gods or the mountain of BaSHan.

SHaRA or the Gathering Place of Gods and MoShe

The Mountain ShaRa in Egypt Jordan, the gathering place of Gods,was the name given to the Sinai mountain by the Egyptians. The Hebrew Moshe, the prophet, teacher, and the leader who in the Covenant ceremony at Mt. Sinai, has received the Ten Commandments was from the tribe of Levi, one of the groups in Egypt called H-aPiRu, Hebrews. Trying to time this interesting story, we come across, I Kings 6:1 tell us that the Exodus from Egypt occurred 480 years before Solomon began building the Temple in Jerusalem.

Solomon, by the way means, Sun + Moon is also the Ethiopian name of my son. The Bible tradition counts about 12 generations from Moses to Solomon, which would be around 480 years allowing 40 years for each generation. The archaeological evidence also takes us to around that time, approximately 1250 BC.

The Sha entrance is the main entrance to the amazing ancient city of Petra (now in southern Jordan), the Song of Deborah portrays God as having dwelt at Mount Sinai, the mountain range in the centre of Edom. The biblical description of a loud trumpet at Sinai fits the natural phenomena of the loud trumpeting sound caused by wind - the local Bedouins refer to the sound as the trumpet of God. The dramatic biblical descriptions of devouring fire on the summit is identical to the description of thunder, and lightning.

The place at time had a natural amphitheater; a nearby plateau on which the large numbers of Israelites could camp, and an ancient spring.

The Song of Deborah

The Song of Deborah, which textual scholars consider to be one of the oldest parts of the bible, suggests that Yahweh dwelt at the Mount Sha-Ra. Today the site's name is PeTRA (connected to Christian Peter or Rock), however it is interesting for explorers to note the name of DeBoRaH who is still a Female in this later to become a very male oriented world, and has lived on the mountain that was considered holy, having been a sacred place dedicated to SHa.

In the Biblical account, God was accompanied by divine sounds coming from heaven, sound of female and male voices that have already been on this holy mountain.

Sacred Mountains and Ancient Worship around the World

The ancient Inca also have situated their villages in the mountains, they felt these places acted as portal to the gods. In Japan, Mount Kōya-san is a home of 120 esoteric Buddhist temples. Approximately a million pilgrims visit Mount Kōya-san a year. It was founded by a wandering mystic, a saint, Kukai. Buddhists believe that Kobo Dashi is not dead, but will awake helping bring enlightenment to all people.

In Korea, people still worship mountain spirits, female deities, and one of their most important functions is to protect the dead. The Tibet's Mount Kailash is a sacred place to Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism that yearly attracts thousands as the site of pilgrimages. According to some Hindu tradition, Mount Kailash is the home of the deity Shiva.

Shasta Mountain was worshipped by the Native American tribe, the Wintu, who see this land as a sacred graveyard of their ancestors. Shasta's glory couldn't pass unnoticed, so today different unorthodox religious practices happen at the tips of this mountain.

Check also Esoteric teachings of Golden Citizens of Ancient Greece

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