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Lady liberty is holding what book in her hand?

 
 
LionTamerX
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:13 am
RexRed wrote:
Walter Hinteler wrote:
RexRed wrote:
She faces EAST... (Eastern Star)


Any idea in what direction France (Europe) is situated?

You even may guess twice ...


Also the toga and sandals was that typical French or American apparel of the day? Who else wore a white (green because of the oxidation) flowing robe and sandals?


Before she acquired her green hue, she was copper colored, not white.
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:14 am
RexRed wrote:
The Masons were Biblical people and so were the Americans of the day.. They did not ascribe to just "any book"...



Read that too late to get here early enough ...
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:18 am
Walter Hinteler wrote:
Either you are really so stupid .... or additionally so uneducated.
Your navigational knowledge is more than poor as well.

"Je lutterai pour la liberté, j'en appellerai aux peuples libres. Je tâcherai de glorifier la république là-bas, en attendant que je la retrouve un jour chez nous" - The ´first known model was made 1870 in France by .... guess twice again .... where ... abit more difficulct, thus ... three guesses ...


You are calling yourself STUPID...

It is the feeble minded that result to insult over reason...

Was your father a grand mason?
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:20 am
LionTamerX wrote:
RexRed wrote:
Walter Hinteler wrote:
RexRed wrote:
She faces EAST... (Eastern Star)


Any idea in what direction France (Europe) is situated?

You even may guess twice ...


Also the toga and sandals was that typical French or American apparel of the day? Who else wore a white (green because of the oxidation) flowing robe and sandals?


Before she acquired her green hue, she was copper colored, not white.


The morning sun reflects white on copper.

Do you think they should have made her from silver?
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:23 am
Also there is considerably more steel in the statue than copper.
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LionTamerX
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:25 am
Is the S&R forum always this silly ?
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:27 am
Pretty much
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:27 am
It is often even goofier than this . . .
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:27 am
Revelation 2:5
Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candlestick out of his place, except thou repent.
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:30 am
Again, idle remarks and nothing but hot air to back them up...
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:31 am
I'm sorry, but to the rest of us, your 'proof' is just as idle as our chatter.
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LionTamerX
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:32 am
RexRed wrote:
Again, idle remarks and nothing but hot air to back them up...


It's known as fighting fire with fire.
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:34 am
She does not point toward France as Walter' erroneous remark implied or she would be in Maine not New York...

So let's see what other erroneous junk you can all come up with?

LADY LIBERTY IS A CHRISTIAN SYMBOL, PLAIN AND SIMPLE.
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:35 am
littlek wrote:
I'm sorry, but to the rest of us, your 'proof' is just as idle as our chatter.


Her existence is the proof and your chatter stands in the face of her disdain...
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LionTamerX
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:36 am
RexRed wrote:
Also there is considerably more steel in the statue than copper.


It is not polite, or very Christian, for that matter, to discuss a ladys undergarments in mixed company such as this.
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neologist
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:37 am
I will say one thing Rex: You are getting a lot of reads.

Rats, i spilled my coffee..... .............................
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:40 am
neologist wrote:
I will say one thing Rex: You are getting a lot of reads.

Rats, i spilled my coffee..... .............................


I am gonna make a cup of decaf on that note... Smile

(I don't touch the caffeine.)
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littlek
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:40 am
Her existence proves nothing, your evidence is lame. Go read the writes ups from the US gov - no mention of religious anything.
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Setanta
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:44 am
LionTamerX wrote:
RexRed wrote:
Also there is considerably more steel in the statue than copper.


It is not polite, or very Christian, for that matter, to discuss a ladys undergarments in mixed company such as this.


heeheeheeheeheeheeheeheeheehee . . .

Sometimes, S&R can be fun . . .
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RexRed
 
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Reply Mon 28 May, 2007 08:45 am
If she is holding the declaration of independence in her hand then it is but another document signed by Christian Masons also based on the liberty that came from the new testament of the Bible.

The torch is the Illuminati of the word of God.

The torch also represents the Kabbalistic knowledge of the hermit that leads the way through the darkness of the world with the star in his lantern.
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