Knowledge in stone

Knowledge in stone

This group is about the ancient Egyptian knowledge and the work of Axel Klitzke.
This is a public group.

About

This group is about the ancient Egyptian knowledge and especially about the research of Axel Klitzke. You can find his videos on Youtube under the term "Wissen in Stein" which means "Knowledge in stone". Give it a try - I swear it will blow your mind.

Subtitles for the first videos are available on Youtube and for download here on FoF under "Fileshare".

Cheers, Frogster.

Latest Activity

  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger added a new video to Knowledge in stone.
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Might as well share the prologue with you to keep you interested. Prologue μηδεὶς εἰσίτω ἀγεωμέτρητος Mēdeìs eisítō ageōmétrikos. That's how the motto above the entrance of Plato's academy in Athens was said to ...
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    The translation of Axel's book 'Pyramiden - Wissensträger in Stein' is on hold right now to give him the oppotunity to update the content since it is already 10 years old.
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Concerning the 'graffiti affair' I am somehow involved with, I must say that our main goal must be the release of the pyramid six who are imprisoned in Egypt for months now! They have done nothing wrong and their families need our help! Injustice is ...
    2 years ago
  • ×
    Margie
    Margie is now a member of Knowledge in stone.
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Any questions you want to ask Axel Klitzke for an upcoming interview? Post them here or send me an email at frankfrogger@hotmail.de
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Working on Axel Klitzke's Book (2006) 'Pyramiden - Wissensträger in Stein / Pyramids - Keepers of Knowledge' for you guys.
    2 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger added a new video to Knowledge in stone.
    2 years ago
  • ×
    Curt
    Curt is now a member of Knowledge in stone.
    3 years ago
  • ×
    deano
    deano commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Hi all i have uploaded four pdf documents for you to look at All the best from deano
    3 years ago
  • ×
    deano
    deano is now a member of Knowledge in stone.
    3 years ago
  • ×
    Tammie
    Tammie is now a member of Knowledge in stone.
    3 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger added a new video to Knowledge in stone.
    3 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger commented on the group Knowledge in stone's wall:
    Unfortunately the paint samples being taken from the Great Pyramid in connection with the new NuoViso movie 'The Cheops Project lead to a scandal being pushed up by Zahi Hawass and the media. Let's just hope this will end well for our friends.
    3 years ago
  • ×
    frankfrogger
    frankfrogger added a new video to Knowledge in stone.
    3 years ago

Location

No map yet...

Events

0 Events...

Forum

    No topics yet...

Member

15 Member

  • Psonik
  • phichick
  • Koala
  • Bob
  • WILDGRAF
  • Brenden human
  • frankfrogger
  • Hurts2Wakeup
  • rce9372
  • LittleGiant
  • Curt
  • Tammie

The Wall

24 Wall Posts

Please login or sign up to post on this network.
Click here to sign up now.
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 2 years ago
    Might as well share the prologue with you to keep you interested. Prologue μηδεὶς εἰσίτω ἀγεωμέτρητος Mēdeìs eisítō ageōmétrikos. That's how the motto above the entrance of Plato's academy in Athens was said to be:<<Let no one untrained in geometry enter>> The entrance of Plato's school is also the entrance to the entire occidental philosophy and <<academy>>. And the key to it is said to be geometry?! This may sound astonishing on the first look. For what reason do you have to be trained in geometry if you want to enter the <<academy>>, to enter an academical education? Does every one who is calling himself and <<academic>> to be a geōmétrikos? Why did the great philosopher and scholar Plato required this qualification from his students? The Greek word ageōmétrikos can not just only be translated into <<untrained in geometry>> but also into <<averse to geometry>>. In this sense Plato did not require that every student had to be already a fully educated <<geometrician>> ( in some sources Plato's motto is also referred to the word ageōmétrētos). Plato required a more general qualification: Someone who wanted to get initiated into higher science was not allowed to be untrained or at least not averse to geometry. Candidates had to be ready to learn abstract thinking like in the science philosophy and mathematics before working in the real world. The same motto - Mēdeìs eisítō ageōmétrikos – could put upon the book ( and research) from graduate engineer Axel Klitzke. His work is about a very specific and tangible topic: The old pyramids. Axel Klitzke has researched the pyramids of Central-America and Egypt, especially the ones of Teotihuacán, Dashur and Giza and discovered striking similarities based on the hunab, the king's ell and the original inch which lengths he was able to determine – also a key (re-) discovery. Of course many questions follow from that: Where do these similarities come from? Who erected this monolithic structures? When and for what reason? You could go easy on these questions and just adopt the leading<<academic>> opinion, that the Egyptian pyramids were tombs of the Pharaohs of the fourth dynasty (Snorfu, Khufu etc.) who lived about 2500 B.C. . This is not an academical valid insight in the sense of Plato, it is ageōmétrikos. If Plato's motto applies to philosophy then it also applies much more for Egyptology, especially for the research of the pyramids! Only those who's eyes are used to see <<geometrical>> meet the requirements of the pyramids and their builders. Significantly either geometry or the science of sacred geometry is not part of the curriculum of Egyptology. The <<academic>> Egyptology even claims there is no sacred geometry in the pyramids; there is no master plan for the pyramids; the Pharaohs have build the pyramids in steps and experimentally; during the construction the plans had been changed all over again which means adjusted to new insights (or the moods of the current Pharaoh). It has to be said that the builders of the pyramids never identified themselves by writing. The megalithic world wonders of Egypt are without writing – contrary to the buildings of the Pharaohs. Conversely the Pharaohs never claimed to have build the pyramids of Dashur and Giza. This assignment goes back to the Egyptologists of the 19th century and became mainstream since then without hardly anybody challenging it. Yet still: If you challenge these assignments and research objectively how little proof there is it becomes quiet clear that these are not convincing in any way. Axel Klitzke goes way beyond these basic questions because he is a true geōmétrikos by extension. As a young man, in the time of the GDR, he was working for the mining industry and had his own experiences with rock. He knows how it's like to work with stone. ( The <<academic>> pyramid researchers suggest all these perfectly shaped granite and limestone bricks were made by wooden hammers and copper chisels; there wasn't even iron tools available back then.) Axel Klitzke's education is not build upon sand but stone. His university education and his long term work in the field of project planning created a solid base for his research. When he is researching the construction of the pyramids he can do it from the practical as well as the theoretical perspective. Geometry in it's ancient understanding refers not just only to the structure and measuring of the outside world but also to the insight of the inner structure of the cosmos. In this regard the Greek polymath Pythagoras once said: <<All is number.>> With this sentence he wanted to explain that the genesis is the work of a conscious creator deity who's cosmic intelligence expresses in all-embracing order and harmony which first of all can be understood by humans in terms of numbers and numerical proportions on an abstract level. Number is the expression of the relation from unity (origin) and multiplicity (creation). From this perspective Axel Klitzke is also a geōmétrikos in a wider sense since besides engineering science he also researched the old mystic traditions, especially the ones of the Freemasons. He had to learn that just a small crumb of the original knowledge survived in these men's societies, even though their archetype have roots that go way back in time. His research is also enriching and eye-opening for these kind of circles. Plato's requirement applied obviously not to a one sided, abstract education but to a universal education that allowed the students to act prospective and eclectic in their fields (Architecture, Medicine, Politics etc.) Plato belonged to the first big scholars of the Occident. The view back into history should not stop at him, he himself stood in the tradition of Pythagoras. Pythagoras was a well-travelled man and began his teaching not until he became 50 years of age. Traditions that go back to him say that he studied for many years in the mysterious schools of Egypt and was initiated into high degrees there. Along the lines of the Pythagorean association Plato founded his school 388 B.C. In the groves of Akádemos (in front of the gates of Athens, in the north west of the city , named after the hero Akádemos, patron of Athens who saved the city with his wisdom from an attack). Plato is also said to have travelled to Egypt and initiated into the mysteries, perhaps even the mysteries of Aton. Some even interpret his name in this sense: PL-Ato(n)*. One of the most important streams that influenced the occidental spiritual life came – over Pythagoras, Plato and others – from Egypt and goes way back to even much older sources. The Jewish cabalistic tradition has its roots in Egypt as well, like the historical – symbolic story of Moses (an Egyptian name!) shows: <<Moses was educated in all the wisdom of the Egyptians and was powerful in speech and action.>> (Acts 7:22) Both the spiritual schools in Europe and the religions in the near East have ancient roots that either are unrecognized or even disclaimed. The current international situation shows that these religions and the secular lodges need a profound transformation since only an expansion of the human horizon that goes beyond the material world into a universal one can overcome today's area of conflicts between nations, religions and other (public and secret) organisations in power. The rediscovery of common roots that connects all people and religions is crucial. Since there are not only letters in this book but also numbers the readers are invited to be a geōmétrikos. That means open minded for the secrets of these numbers and also for the secrets of the buildings that were build upon this wisdom. *Plato's real name was Aristocles. His name change occurred when he was grown up, maybe during or after his journey to Egypt. The usual explanation is that the name Plato goes back to the Greek adjective platys, <<broad-shouldered>>. This is probably just a poor explanation for the name of an adept. The polymath Plato(n) surely didn't miss that his new name included the name of the god Aton. Especially in this area the sentence of Pythagoras <<All is number>> is absolute correct. Interesting or even sensational is the discovery that not the people of today's computer era are the keepers of this knowledge but the oldest cultures from that only some (anonymous) buildings remain. These buildings are an expression of a genius and complex mind that only can be admired from today's known cultures, starting with ancient Egypt. All this becomes clear if you approach the book of Axel Klitzke as a geōmétrikos. Even I as someone who is not good with numbers felt a deep affection and read the manuscript with fascination, knowingly that I had to read it a second and third time to understand everything in it. But I wanted to know where this <<hot trace>> of sacred geometry leads because, and this is clear from the beginning: This is the trace to the real builders of the pyramids and to our forgotten but not lost past that is connected directly with our future. Don't be scared away from the numbers! These numbers are the writing or <<fingerprint>> of the builders. Enter the research of these fingerprints and follow the hot trace! If you do you can understand the book of Axel Klitzke not only as non-fiction but as a numerical crime novel. That's how I call the manuscript after a first reading even though it can't dignify the enormity of these fact in any way. It's meant as a compliment to the author since it's supposed to express that he managed to unify a complex topic that includes numbers (geometry), mystic and human history in an understandable way. It's revolutionary and groundbreaking anyway. Armin Risi
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 2 years ago
    The translation of Axel's book 'Pyramiden - Wissensträger in Stein' is on hold right now to give him the oppotunity to update the content since it is already 10 years old.
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 2 years ago
    Concerning the 'graffiti affair' I am somehow involved with, I must say that our main goal must be the release of the pyramid six who are imprisoned in Egypt for months now! They have done nothing wrong and their families need our help! Injustice is not acceptable!
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 2 years ago
    Any questions you want to ask Axel Klitzke for an upcoming interview? Post them here or send me an email at frankfrogger@hotmail.de
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 2 years ago
    Working on Axel Klitzke's Book (2006) 'Pyramiden - Wissensträger in Stein / Pyramids - Keepers of Knowledge' for you guys.
  • deano
    by deano 3 years ago
    Hi all i have uploaded four pdf documents for you to look at
    All the best from deano
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 3 years ago
    Unfortunately the paint samples being taken from the Great Pyramid in connection with the new NuoViso movie 'The Cheops Project lead to a scandal being pushed up by Zahi Hawass and the media. Let's just hope this will end well for our friends.
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 3 years ago
    The translation of Hans Jelitto's lecture 'Planets and Pyramids' is done and you can get the *.srt subtitle file here at the 'filshare' section. There might be some problems with subs on Youtube but they might be available. Couldn't get in touch with Frank Höfer and I am starting to worry that something might have happened. Anyway you can have a look at it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQmbfm-E6NE
  • Bob
    by Bob 3 years ago
    Very cool!
  • frankfrogger
    by frankfrogger 3 years ago
    I just got the preview of a new lecture about the pyramids in Giza and the connection to our solar system from Frank Hoefer. Very interesting stuff and I will translate it for you when I am done with 'The Croppies'