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STONEHENGE enters into the CONTRACT of the ARCH circa 3000 BC

STONEHENGE enters into the “CONTRACT of the ARCH"


Gerald Stanley Hawkins (1928 – 2003) was a British-born American astronomer and author noted for his work in the field of ARCHaeoastronomy. A professor and chair of the astronomy department at Boston University in the United States, he published in 1963 an analysis of STONEHENGE in which he was the first to propose that it was an ancient astronomical observatory used to predict movements of the SUN and MOON, and that it was used as a computer. ARCHaeologists and other scholars have since demonstrated such sophisticated, complex planning and construction at other prehistoric earthwork sites, such as Cahokia in the United States.


ARCHdruids were the HIGH Priests presiding over the ancient rituals and ceremonies at STONEHENGE.


Our controllers are not averse to deception, deceit and misdirection.


From the Merriam Webster Dictionary:


Definition of 'walk into'


1 : to become involved in or fooled by (something) because one is not aware of what is really happening.


He walked right into our trap.


"I can't believe you fell for that old joke!" "Yeah, I guess I walked right into that one."



Is this what our controllers are doing with the ARCHways?



ARCHons, ARCHes and Freemasonry


The ARCH is a word and a structure that features prominently over the millennia……


ARCHES are used in building powerful word constructs and social control structures as well as being used extensively in ARCHitecture and civil engineering.


These power structures are always hierARCHical, often with a single entity at the top known as a monARCH.


The MASONIC control structure has certainly adopted this ARCHitecture and even pretends to be borne out of the stone mason fraternities.


ARCHon is a Greek word that means "RULER".


In Athens a system of three concurrent ARCHons evolved - the three office holders being known as the ‘Eponymous ARCHon’, the ‘PolemARCH’, and the ‘ARCHon Basileus’.


Ref Mitchell, John Malcolm (1911). "Archon" . In Chisholm, Hugh (ed.). Encyclopædia Britannica. 2 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 444–445.


Throughout history, this ARCHon TRIumvirate have celebrated their governance, conquests and victories with ARCHes of TRIumph…


i) ARCHon Eponymous - Chief Magistrate

ii) PolemARCH - Head of the Armed Forces.

iii) ARCHon Basileus - King or Sovereign Ruler



The PolemARCH title is derived from the words POLEMOS (war) and ARCHon (ruler, leader) and translates as "WARLEADER" or "WARLORD".


The name indicates that the PolemARCH's original function was to command the military.


This is why armies mARCH.


In Gnosticism, ARCHons are the builders of the physical universe. Among the ARCHontics, Ophites, Sethians and in the writings of Nag Hammadi library, the ARCHons are rulers, each related to one of seven planets; they prevent souls from leaving the material realm.


The ARCHers – a long running program through history – not just the BBC….


'SOVEREIGN' - literally means to reign from above.

This is why the MonARCH of a country is referred to as 'Your HIGHNESS'

Then we have

MatriARCHs - a system of society or government ruled by a woman or women

PatriARCHs - a system of society or government in which the father or eldest male is head of the family and descent is reckoned through the male line.

OligARCHs - government by the few, especially despotic power exercised by a small and privileged group for corrupt or selfish purposes.

In these long-running and ARCHaic societal control structures we also have:

ARCH dukes and ARCH duchesses

ARCH bishops

ARCH deacons

ARCH druids



SquireARCHies - landowners collectively, especially when considered as a class having political or social influence

mARCHioness - a noblewoman with the rank of marquess, or the wife of a marquess.

mARCHer lords - A Marcher Lord was a noble appointed by the King of England to guard the border between England and Wales. A Marcher Lord was the English equivalent of a margrave or a marquis before the introduction of the title of "marquess" in Britain

ARCHimandrite - the superior of a large monastery or group of monasteries in the Orthodox Church

ARCHaeology or archeology is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture. Archaeology is often considered a branch of socio-cultural anthropology, but archaeologists also draw from biological, geological, and environmental systems through their study of the past


TrierARCH - the title of officers who commanded a trireme in the classical Greek world. In Classical Athens, the title was associated with the trierarchy, one of the public offices or liturgies, which were filled by wealthy citizens for a year


HagiARCHy - government by saints, holy men, or men in holy orders


AutARCHic - having and exercising complete political power and control: absolute, absolutistic, arbitrary, autarchical, autocratic, autocratical, despotic, dictatorial, monocratic, totalitarian, tyrannic, tyrannical, tyrannous

HeptARCHy - a collective name applied to the seven kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England from the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain in the 5th century until the 8th century consolidation into the four kingdoms of Mercia, Northumbria, Wessex and East Anglia.

TetrARCHy - term adopted to describe the system of government of the ancient Roman Empire instituted by Roman Emperor Diocletian in 293, marking the end of the Crisis of the Third Century and the recovery of the Roman Empire

TheARCHy - rule by a god or gods

GynARCHy - rule by women or a woman.

ExARCHate - a Byzantine province governed by an exARCH

AnARCHy - a state of disorder due to lack of social structure


All this history was documented by ARCHivists – with old records being kept on pARCHment


At school we are not taught the true meaning of the ARCHway….

By passing through the ARCHway we may be unaware that we are entering into an agreement or contract where we are to be ruled over.

The ‘CONTRACT of the ARCH’ perhaps……


ARCANUM and ARCANA - mysterious or specialized knowledge, language, or information accessible or possessed only by the initiate.


ARCHES in Modern Culture….

The ARCHERS - a British BBC radio soap opera broadcast since 1951. Having aired over 19,300 episodes, it is the world's longest-running drama.

The ARCHERS is set in the fictional village of AmBRIDGE



A pontiff (bridge builder from Latin pontifex) was, in Roman antiquity, a member of the most illustrious of the colleges of priests of the Roman religion, the College of Pontiffs.

Pope Francis (@Pontifex) • Twitter



More famous ARCHes…

ARCHimedes (c. 287 – c. 212 BC)

Considered to be the greatest mathematician of ancient history, and one of the greatest of all time.

The Fields Medal for outstanding achievement in mathematics carries a portrait of ARCHimedes, along with a carving illustrating his proof on the sphere and the cylinder.

The inscription around the head of ARCHimedes is a quote attributed to him which reads in Latin: Transire suum pectus mundoque potiri.


ARCHimedes, Freemasonry and the Moderns Grand Lodge Constitutions

Frontispiece to the 1723 Edition:

The 1723 edition is well-known for its elaborate frontispiece engraved by John Pine in 1723. It features a classical arcade of John Montagu, the Second Duke of Montagu (Knight of the Garter #532), and the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of England (1721-1723), passing the scroll of the "Constitutions" to his 1723 successor, Philip Warton, First Duke of Wharton. Both are attended by their officers. Apollo, god of the sun, charges above in his chariot, symbolizing the meridian height. Behind the gathering is a passageway framed by walls of water - evocative of the parting of the Red Sea.

The 47th proposition of Euclid, the traditional symbol of a past masters of a Masonic lodge, appears in the foreground. Below it, in Greek, is ARCHhimedes' famous exclamation: “Eureka!” (“I have found it!”)

eureka (English) - εύρηκα (Greek)


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