United Nations & Proper Introductions

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My first two posts have left me feeling like I owe readers a more proper introduction. There have been some side glances perceptible towards me in that my username, Fauxlex, is spooky-sounding (I mean, it does have two X’s). A commenter versed in Latin who may or may not have been Miles Mathis himself called the name into question as meaning “false law” or “false principles”. He was not the only one, and they are correct on the facts. While this was not anything I considered at the time, it is a valid translation of my username. I have to own that. Now, taking a step back from myself, I completely understand why the name might seem nefarious. The real truth is that in college, I spent a month in Manhattan doing a seminar at the United Nations. This was for college credit…a paper had to be written, but ultimately what we got to do was meet with the UN Missions of upwards of 50 countries. You name the country, and good chance I met with them. We got to ask them anything we wanted without restriction, since these were supposed to be well-trained diplomats versed in the art of clever answers. I could tell you all many, many stories from this month. Anyway, during this month, one of my favorite stops was to Chinatown on a quest to buy a fake Rolex. All you really have to do is say the word “watch” while in Chinatown, and you will be approached by a stranger and handed what looks like a Chinese food menu, but is actually a menu of fake watches. You pick one out, various signals are given, money is exchanged, and pretty soon a fake Rolex is yours. This was a lot of fun…I cherish my fake Rolex as being a great memento from this time. Many years ago, when creating a username to comment in a completely unrelated sports blog, I came up with “Fauxlex” (pronounced Fo-lex). It made sense to me because “Faux”-lex rhymes with Ro-lex. Fauxlex, Rauxlex. A fake Rolex is a Fauxlex. This is why I uploaded the photograph as my main avatar…it was taken the day of that purchase in the NYU dorms, where we were staying.

I would like to ask that readers take a close look at the main collage photo that I uploaded at the top of this post. Two of these photographs were taken by myself, and that shadowy figure in the United Nations Meditation Room may or may not be yours truly. More on the UN Meditation Room below. Now, if I was trying to make myself NOT seem nefarious, I think I am failing miserably…but I am just telling you my back story. The set of circumstances which found me ending up here, at POM. I am very curious about all of you, the commenters, and what brought you here. Many of you have your own areas of interest which are usually fascinating to me.

More about the collage photo: The middle photograph is an enormous (and I mean enormous) tapestry featured at the United Nations related to nuclear energy. Seeing this tapestry, one is left with a feeling that nuclear weapons are some kind of “Sword of Damocles” being held above society. The bottom two images are a side-by-side of the UN Building (a Golden Rectangle, for all you Golden Ratio people) and the monolith from the movie 2001. Quite a comparison, and for good reason…the monolith from 2001 was also said to be a Golden Rectangle. The top two photos are, as mentioned, of the UN Meditation Room. This room was not something I knew about until I was standing in it personally. Let me tell you something, this room had a strange POWER that is perceptible to anyone standing in it. Clearly, the stone slab resembles an altar and the room itself is actually pyramid shaped. Not kidding…take a closer look at the photos. This is a pyramid-shaped room with the top section cut off with a painting depicting this cut-off, and a source of light showing behind it. This room is funded by the Lucis Trust (source of light…Lucis Trust…you should understand what I am saying here). All I can tell you is that when I stood in this room, I immediately felt a power that I could not describe. People who go into this room are known to have strange feelings such as overwhelming emotions. High ranking diplomats have been known to go into this room to reflect ahead of major decisions. Spooky stuff. Now, this does not make ME a spook, but it does mean that I have seen spooky things. No doubt, this relates to how I have found myself here at POM. We all have our back-stories.

I will tell you my favorite story from my time at the United Nations. My roommate (we got to stay in the NYU dorms at Union Square) was a Sudanese national, and on the day of Ban Ki-Moon’s election to a second term, he got to shake Ban Ki-Moon’s hand on this day. I would have been in the basement of the UN when Ban Ki-Moon was actually elected to that second term.

To the commenters: Please let me know a little bit about yourselves, sans names. Truly, I wish there were some kind of Voigt-Kampff CAPTCHA test that people had to take in order to let them through here. Not even to find out whether they are robots, but to find out whether they are on the level. Each of us might have reasons that we want to remain anonymous, but this does not mean that we cannot get to know each other and our various interests. So please, if you feel comfortable enough, tell me a little about yourself. What are your areas of interest and what has brought you here?

Post-Script: I also highly encourage people to look into the UN Meditation Room and its ceremonial role. As I said, this is a pyramid-shaped room with a giant black stone altar located at the center of international relations. It is funded by the Lucis Trust. You can’t make this stuff up.

49 thoughts on “United Nations & Proper Introductions

    1. All I am saying is that that room has an intense vibe to it. Not really sure what kind of labels to put on that; the only words I can use to describe it are “powerful” and “intense”. I really do not have a frame of reference to compare that feeling with anything else I have experienced. This is what I was trying to convey…that the room itself felt like it had an intense power attached to it, and this was something that anyone inside of it could feel.

      Sincere? Yes I am sincere.

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    1. Statistically speaking, a celebrity airplane/helicopter crash, and I would say you have a high probability of something amiss. No idea though just based on initial reports. That’s the trouble with events such as these. They become truth simply by being reported. We need to see the wreckage, the flight data. But mainly I see this as a distraction. A way to manipulate the masses attention. And hey statistically it could also be the fluky case where it is exactly as reported.

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      1. Speaking of timing, he had just been passed by LeBron James last night on the all-time scoring list. Could he have wanted out of the Limelight, and to make sure he went out looking like one of the great Legends of the game? It is either that or a most unfortunate and terrible Coincidence of a crash.

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  1. If he’s not dead, Bryant loses a bucket full of endorsement money. 25 million a year at the moment. “Dead” athletes don’t make the windfall “dead” rock stars do. That is one point in favor of being actually dead. But, do people this valuable as revenue generators fly in helicopters? And with offspring?

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    1. I think Kobe always felt like he did not get the respect he deserved and was sandwiched between two greater icons. Meaning Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Perhaps when LeBron passed his all-time scoring record, he dreamt of this up as a way to cement his legacy. Just throwing the idea out there.

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      1. it’s nonsense. Kobe congratulated LeBron on overtaking him as all-time leading scorer, in fact they were his final social media posts. on instagram he wrote ‘on to #2 @kingjames! Keep growing the game and charting the path for the next.’ And on twitter ‘Continuing to move the game forward @KingJames. Much respect my brother.’

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    1. What have you got? That Lucis Trust group admits their connection to Blavatsky. It is nuts to me that they have such a room in such a public place. I do not want to imagine the rituals that have taken place in there. The stone altar is apparently a six ton lodestone, and the entryway contains all kinds of numerology. Maarten, the UN Meditation Room is one place where the numerology really is meaningful! Although I agree with what you point out for the most part about confirmation bias. The pyramid shape to the room is more exaggerated than my photos show. You really have to Google it to find a variety of angles. There are some wild vibes going on in that room…I’m telling you.

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  2. The UN Trapezoid 4 feet high, black casket-shaped altar is the largest magnetite ever mined and it is extremely magnetic and possesses polarity. Magnetism is the primary means to harness etheric energy. By meditating in a room with a giant magnet in it, the natural hyper-dimensional energies from the Earth are greatly enhanced.
    The Altar weighs 6.5 tons or 13000 pounds. The entrance of the Meditation Room is 33 feet long and 18 ft wide.

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    1. That would explain what I felt inside of this room. I had a little more freedom than the average person on a tour, since I was there for quasi-official reasons. I believe you. I felt the energies you describe. It was intense.

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  3. Swedish born Dag Hammarskjöld, 2nd UN Secretary General supervised every single detail of renovating the small room and re-opening with an Altar in 1957.

    “But the stone in the middle of the room has more to tell us. We may see it as an altar, empty not because there is no God, not because it is an altar to an unknown god, but because it is dedicated to the God whom man worships under many names and in many forms.” Dag Hammarskjöld

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    1. All things that I know. I got to go there unguided. The feeling I got at the moment of the photo above…I really don’t have the right words to describe it.

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  4. A feeling you have never felt before? A grip. I read a description of the room as a pyramid laying on its side. Can you post a much better, closer pix of the artwork panel?

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    1. The picture you see above is the only one I have. The rest is burned into memory. Keep searching Google. There are good pictures out there. It absolutely is a pyramid on its side, I would point you there, but I don’t want to host images that are not mine. What do you mean by grip? The person who took that photo of me seemed to be gripped by fear if that means anything.

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  5. Yes, grip as in fear. He had but you did not? Could you see if the trapezoid coffin shaped altar was hollow or an opening that may have been sealed? It was shaped like that for a reason. From your pix and one I found the floor seems to mimic the altar.

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    1. Honestly, I wish I had done some research into the room ahead of my trip. I knew nothing of this room until I was standing in it, unguided. I understand your reason for asking whether it was sealed or not. Not that I could tell, but I wouldn’t have noticed that closely. As for why I would not describe my feelings as fear, that is more complicated. As the information you found states, the room itself seems to be designed to focus, direct, enhance certain energies. When you experience that, I suppose it is within each individual for how they will interpret those feelings. I was the one standing towards the missing Capstone mural. There was an intensity, but I was not afraid. Perhaps if I knew what the room was for ahead of time, I might have been afraid. But isn’t that the interesting thing? That ultimately all I experienced was some kind of intense vibe. The average person is trained to be afraid by this, but those higher up clearly utilize it for their advantage.

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      1. Wow. This looks different, much longer. A narrow pyramid. But the altar is said to be trapezoid in shape. Like the coffins of old.

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  6. Would a term ‘you are more Spock than Kirk’ describe your approach to life? Anyway that blasted stone & its shape are a big key to that experience you & your friend had.

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    1. Yes, absolutely! Excellent perception. I am often seen by those who know me as being very Spock-like. Everything must be logical. This is why it is so strange to have had some of the encounters that I have had, such as my telekinetic friend when young. I am a contradiction in terms.

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  7. Very good! I picked up on this shortly after you made writer status. It is said long ago, durning the time of Nimrod we people had such abilities in greater numbers. Our pineal gland was that key & it was much larger as well. You will see the pine cone in many old carvings & ornate works paying homage to this gland to this day.

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    1. Honestly, I wish I knew more about the pineal gland and its importance in this area. I get the pine cone reference…Angkor Wat, Vatican, Staff of Osiris, etc.

      What abilities are associated it?

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  8. did you happen to look at the underside of the magnetic altar? is it clearly freestanding? some websites claim it is connected to lower floors and even (by means of metal piping i believe) the bedrock beneath the UN building.
    do you give any credence to this? is there any chance a connection of some type could continue below the floor level? i’ve always been curious about the altar in any event. the documentary series ‘secrets in plain sight’ also discusses the UN HQ in some detail, it may be of interest if you’ve not seen it.

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    1. If you look closely at publicly available photos, you can see that it rests on some kind of supports, but I have no idea what the relevance of this could be. If it is connected to lower floors, I wonder if that is just because it weighs 6.5 tons. My curiosity is more about what that source of light is, and what is behind the mural. I think the altar really is just a solid piece of lodestone, which is impressive in and of itself. Also, just the fact that the room is a pyramid without a capstone. I wonder why the giant lodestone is needed in combination with the pyramid shape?

      The room is clearly a mechanism to direct/focus some kind of energy (I felt this for myself), but I wish I understood these energies more and the significance of the lodestone. Thanks for the doc recommendation.

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  9. The stone is said to be magnetic. Is the altar square on top? Standing behind the altar while facing the mural, does it taper or narrow inward slightly? I realize it was a while ago, but I am not able to find yet a pix showing the altars surface from directly above top of it. Also the ceiling shows 5 light fixtures, with one directly over the center of the altar.

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    1. My impression was that it was perfectly rectangular, without a taper on any side. I will look for more photos. I also noticed the light source in the ceiling, and one of the light sources seems designed to shine down directly onto the surface of the altar.

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  10. His intention was to create in this small room a place where the doors may be open to the infinite lands of thought and prayer and thus, he commissioned his artist friend from Sweden, Bo Beskow, to design a fresco for this room, which turned out to be an abstract of geometrical designs entitled Infinity.

    As with any truly occult or spiritual symbol, this room represents more than meets the eye. It is replete with significant symbols, and the numerology, astrology and sacred geometry that are all a part of this very small room radiate their own silent but powerful spiritual vibrations, invoking the Soul of this organization.

    I would like to share some of these with you. First and foremost, is the significance of the date of birth—10/14/1952—the room thus came into existence seven years after the creation of the United Nations. As we know, the seven year cycle is extremely important and it is at age seven that the soul first takes hold or begins to appropriate the body. Through this birth date, we note also the Life Lesson Number—that is, the cosmic gifts with which one can accomplish one’s destiny, and see that it is a five (10+14+1952 = 41/5 or 14/5)..

    The Ageless Wisdom tells us that the number five is one of the most occult and the most deeply significant of the numbers. It represents the Soul or the fifth group of divine lives who have combined within themselves the dual attributes of the universe—the spiritual and the physical, unifying within themselves the two poles. The five vibration therefore includes both the esoteric and the exoteric; the objective and the subjective. The late Manly Hall, President and Founder of the Philosophical Research Society in California, also refers to the number five as representing the human soul rising from the bondage of the animal nature and finally, the goal of the number five is “freedom” or Liberation.

    If we take the date 11/11/1957, which is the date when the doors of the transformed meditation room were officially opened, the Life Lesson Number of this second birth or, reincarnation, if you will, is all about master numbers, beginning with eleven and ending in 44 (11 + 11 + 1957/22 = 44)—all indicating a great spiritual potential.

    Recently, the Aquarian Age Community received an excerpt from the on-line book, Shift of Ages by David Wilcock that further outlines the esoteric symbolism incorporated into this room. And, I’ll share just a few short excerpts from this material. Referring to the UN Meditation Room, Mr. Wilcock writes:

    “What we see…is specific data regarding a room that is built with all of the same harmonic specifications that we have just discussed in relation to the cathedrals [such as the cathedral at Chartres, which were sized] in direct proportion to the measurements of the Great Pyramid of Giza!” “`~That is a partial quote. Source: http://www.aquaac.org/un/Libra-Talk-2005.html

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  11. The room is designed like a pyramid lying on its side with a mural in place of the capstone (i.e., the top of the pyramid would appear to be cutoff, with this image appearing in the place of it.) It’s a small room with no windows. There is a link here to the truncated pyramid found on the back of the Dollar bill. The mural is a kind abstract tapestry in the style of a Picasso painting. The numerology of the tapestry is riddled with occult knowledge. For example, there are 13 triangles/pyramids (there are 13 steps in the pyramid of the US Dollar) and there are 72 geometric figures in the tapestry altogether (there are 72 bricks that make up the pyramid on the back of the US Dollar). !3 and 72 are very common occult numeric values. There are 72 columns around the courtyard in St Peters Square, in the Vatican. In the occult pentagram, the points at which points of the pentagram touch the circle are 72º apart.

    In the centre of the room is a 4′ high stone altar made of black crystalline ore. The stone is extremely magnetic and possesses polarity. Its foundation goes straight into the bedrock of the Earth underneath the floor of the room (the lodestone was the largest of its kind ever mined, and was given to the United Nations by the Swedish in 1957. The public does not have access to the room underneath). The room is dimly lit, however a small beam of light from a lens in the ceiling focuses on the altar. Dag Hammarskjold, former UN Secretary General, described this centre stone as “the symbol of the god of all.” (Cohen, pg 160).

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  12. the wording seemed spontaneous and plausibly authentic is all i meant. slight variations, not cut and pasted, not in pr-speak like on his fb page. the two were said to be quite close irl. occasionally celebrities (people) express their own thoughts on their own social media it is not beyond the realm of possibility he did so here. and 5 rings plus numerous other accolades and achievements is enough of a legacy without having to orchestrate the faked deaths of yourself, your 13yo daughter and 7 other people. is my logic.

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      1. The Crown has always been our handlers. Same crew that run this nations media/money/military machines. Imagine a series of hidden camera’s (audio as well) placed throughout that meditation room since it’s construction to present day. All of it recorded.

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