Friday, June 8, 2018

Message from A Grave


At the Cistercian Monastery in Cumberland Woods, RI.

David Brody, best selling author of Cabal of the Westford Knight and other publications, discovered this site when on an investigation of the area. Having many questions about it, he took a photograph. Symbologist Michelle Snyder and Dr. Robert Duncan-Enzmann studied the photo and have discovered that it is not an insignificant burial.

That this person was buried with the blessing of Christ is indicated by the moss-covered stones in a cross shape.

It is identified geographically by certain of the surrounding stones.

The pattern conveys that 'as it was here, so it will be there'.

The triangle and the blue circle have interesting significance. The circle represents the thing to be measured. The triangle indicates the way to measure it.: 3/5/7, Reiman (the square root of all numbers).

(5-4=1, 5+1=6, 5-2=3. With this you can arrive at any number)

Reiman = measure by semi-neusis. Neusis measures any number.The arrangement at this grave indicates that the person buried here knew this and was likely a mathematician. 

There is no confirmation that the person was (or was not) a Templar, though it is known that the Cistercians were linked to the Knights Templar. Perhaps the deceased was a Monk, although we cannot tell that either, from the decorations at the site. 





About the Symbologist 
Michelle Paula Snyder, Mphil: Divinity

Michelle Snyder is a professor of mythology, and an author, publisher, speaker, and artist. She  did her post-graduate research at the University of Wales, decoding ancient and prehistoric symbolism, mythology, folklore, and fairy tales.  Her artwork has appeared in galleries from Massachusetts to California. Michelle is co-owner of White Knight Studio.


Symbologist Michelle Snyder
Non-Fiction - Symbology:
Symbology: Decoding Classic Images
Symbology: Decoding Symbols through History
Symbology: Fairy Tales Uncovered
Symbology: Art and Symbols
Symbology: Hidden in Plain Sight
Symbology: ReVision
Symbology: World of Symbols
Symbology: Secrets of the Mermaids

Michelle Paula Snyder
Fiction – Fantasy Wonder Tales:
The Fairy Tales: Once Upon a Time Lessons, First Book
Call of the Dragon and other Tales of Wonder
A Tale of Three Kingdoms, book one: The Lost Unicorn
 A Tale of Three Kingdoms, book two The Lost Mermaid 
A Tale of Three Kingdoms, book three The Lost Dragon

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