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Esoteric Symbology~initiation

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Published on Nov 3, 2006

Esoteric Symbology

A "sacred geometry" in the shape of the county is suggested by the interior angles involved with most masonic square and compass symbols. Rowan Co. is in the original area called "Mason" county which had a southwest border using the "Licking River" for a ~45 degree angle aligned with the north most point of Kentucky. By placing a version of the masonic square and compass overlaid on a properly sized map with the pivot on Rome Ohio the shape of the county is masked out and the compass points run past Mt. Olympus in Bath county and point towards London and Whitesburg. The southern tip of the county lies directly east of Lexington and a north south line will disect the confluence of the Licking River, Lexington and the North point of Pulaski county as well as the point where the Big South Fork crosses the border with Tennesee. An esoteric Sacred Geometry design of the MSU campus is suggested at the east gate by a black marble obelisk with an esoteric natural number "13" in the middle section, its placement is roughly in the center of the county much like the "G" of the square and compass. ( One local researcher claims documents in the university archives suggest that the original teaching college, perhaps started by jesuits), was 13 buildings laid out in a crescent moon pattern. Today the curved streets and sidewalks resemble a crescent moon on the main campus with a cemetery and Catholic church at its base and a music and freemason confederate John C. Breckinridge communications school building at the top. The county also had a series of adult schools called "Moonlight schools" (in part) because the classes were taught on moonlit evenings so as to provide light to travel, to be "enlightened". (As an aside note; the lunar year has 13 cycles as do women with regular monthy cycles.) The first concrete highway in Kentucky was laid (Circa 1909) between Morehead and Maysville (county seat of Mason County originally Limestone) ending at main street (now Fleming Ave.) ~600 yards past the entrance to the original catholic hospital front, and it helped to facilitate the transportation of pigs to the Ohio River and down to "Proctor and Gamble" in Cincinnati for fat for their soap products as well as meat. P&G ironically, or coincidentally, has a symbolic moon and 13 stars in one of its logos that is not seen much after it became associated with occult rumors. Occult rumors have been passed around for years by the locals, with some jusification given the occasional electives in witchcraft in the past, and gargoyals adorning some buildings

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