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Sator Square Mystery (1)

Sator Square Mystery (1)

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I effected this search to give my interpretation to an enigma that olds out since two thousand years.The Magic Square, this is the name with which it’s known, is a palindrome formed by five words of fiveletters that can be read in the same way from the four directions of the sides of the square itself.This formula (rotas opera tenet arepo sator) was very widespread in the places of the Roman Empire,probably propagandised by the legionaries of garrison (see: Baldi Agnello, La Pompei giudaico-cristiana,Di Mauro Editore 1964, pp. 42,43). In 1937 it was found five times in Mesopotamia and there are somespecimens of it in Egypt, in Cappadocia, in Britain and in Hungary. There are most recent specimens, Irefer to the ones aren’t proper to the epoch of the Roman Empire, but it’s necessary to make areference to the Middle Ages and especially to the sacred buildings which are attributed to the Order of the Templars and to buildings which are connected to them.The most ancient and easy datable specimens, with reference to the period, were found in Pompeii,that was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius at 79 A. C., and so they certainly belong to a former periodof the eruption. The two Pompeian evidences have been very important for the development of thissearch because it wouldn’t have the foundations to support two thousand years of history without theinformation obtained from them. About the two Pompeian evidences, there is only a graphic reproduction of the one found on acolumn of the Big Palestra; the other specimen of the “Magic Square”, that I will call “Sator”, was foundduring the archaeological excavations from 1925 to 1936 in Paquio Proculo’s house, duumvir around 74 A. C.; scholar Della Corte found the two palindromes during the period of the excavations of Pompeii.I did a travel over the history, the mythology and the beliefs of the ancient civilizations, reading theenigma in a particular way and taking Pompeii as starting point and reference. Then I continued overthe Middle Ages up to arrive today, where the science, perhaps, could confirm an incredible andextraordinary story.This my search, besides bases itself on a particular and original interpretation of the “Sator”, putsformer known things in another light. For this reason many information and news, drawn from the worksof well-known authors and it’s possible to read them in the following chapters, will be accuratelyreported and sometimes integrated with other ones.It will be a real discussion, based on questions, to which it will try to give an answer. Myinterpretation of the “Sator” wants to be the reinforcement, that there isn’t, and that makes to resultbeliefs and customs of ancient times and of all other times as inexplicable and incomprehensible.It will be very interesting to know that this formula is very widespread. Europe, especially Italy andFrance, has numerous specimens that it’s possible to see in the original square formula or in a classicaltext or making up a circle. About my solution it will be necessary to make a reference to the classical arrangement, that is thesquare one.I devoted a particular interest to the religious beliefs of the ancient civilizations interpreting, alwayswith a subjective and original way, some works of art. Very interesting are some Pompeian paintingswhich I connected to the representations of the ceilings of the great Pharaohs’ tombs.The big buildings of the cathedrals, attributed to the period of the crusades and so of the Templars,will find also them an interesting reference to Ancient Egypt, as far as arrive to the Plain of Giza.Then the Charterhouse of Trisulti , with the enigmatic paintings of Neapolitan painter Filippo Balbi, willbe, I like to define it so, a kind of “out the nines” of the information coming out of the “Sator”.
It’s necessary to start from the solution to reconstruct the history of the “Sator”. It’s obligatoryderiving from it the information that makes possible an historical-religious way that has a fairly goodreliability.The first text that proves the existence of the “Sator” is proper to the first century. Reference to thissquare was made in Pliny the Elder’s
“Naturalis Historia” (28,20), his only work arrived in full to us.In the twenty-eighth book, that the author dedicated to the animals, reference was made toincomprehensible formulas which traced on the walls should have to keep the fires away. Another document that describes the “Sator” is the ancient text called “Key of King Solomon”. “Clavicola Salomonis” is considered the most famous and feared among the texts of ritual magic. Themost ancient specimens, found on monuments or on buildings, are the ones which were discovered inthe ancient town of Pompeii thanks to the archaeological excavations effected from 1925 to 1936.The particularity of the “Sator” found in Pompeiipic.1 is that the formula doesn’t appear alone: there are a triangle upon and the writing “ANO” under.The “Sator” is composed by Latin characters and it’s obvious that is to attribute to persons who spokeLatin language, but it is to consider in its all shades that were present at that epoch too. So it’snecessary to make out what kind of language was utilized to compose the enigma and it’s much moreimportant to find a key that permits to read all letters in a determinate order to compose a translatablephrase. About the utilized language, or better, about the shade of utilized language, it needs to analyze theperiod and to look for the shades which were peculiar to Latin language and have arrived until today. Analysing the history of Pompeii it’s possible to become a ware of how in this town generations of people, who had to change many times governors and consequently habits and way of speaking, lived.The evolution of the Latin language wasn’t certainly an exclusive characteristic of Pompeii, but herethanks to the eruption of Vesuvius, thanks naturally is only for the function of preservation that the lavahas carried out during the centuries, there are some evidences arrived until today.The evolution of a language is certainly given by the contact with other peoples and Pompei offers aconcise sight that can be taken for example.Pompeii, a town of Oscan extraction, was characterized by Grecian, Etruscan and Samnite hegemoniesand it definitively became a Roman town at 89 B. C..From the eighth century B. C. the first Ionic groups were already quartered in Campania and couldcolonize also Pompeii without many difficult because Oscan people didn’t offer a strong resistance. Sothe town grew under Grecian control.
Aspired territory of conquest, Pompeii was prey of Etruscanpeople during the period from the fifth century to the fourth century B. C. and then it returned againunder Grecian control about 474 B. C..
Until that period to 80 B. C. Pompeii was characterized by many wars. Grecian people couldn’tanything against the Samnites, a people of hostile warriors, who occupied the territory during manyperiods leaving marks visible still today.
Only at 89 B. C. they were definitively defeated by the Romans thanks to Silla.
The Romansappreciated very much Pompeii and all the conquered Campania territory. In fact many personages of importance chose this town as locality to build a residence where it was possible to spend part of year.The position, the climate, the thermal baths were very inviting attractions.
The life in Pompeii, especially during the first years A. C., passed so that the town became a reference
point for the trade, the culture and the amusements. Every things finished between 62 A. C., when aearthquake caused huge damages, to 79 A. C. with the eruption of Vesuvius that buried all thetown and the surrounding territory.When the Romans conquered the town permanently and imposed the Latin language, in Pompeii twolanguages were spoken: the Oscan language and the Grecian language. The use of the second one wasalso allowed with the coming of the Latin language because the Romans esteemed Grecian people verymuch.
The Latin used in Pompeii was an evolving language and wasn’t an academic Latin that teacherstried to teach with many difficults.
In Pompeii, before the eruption of 79 A. C., was spoken and written a vulgar Latin, foundation of theRomance languages.
It needs to make a reference to this language to arrive at the solution of the enigma that the “Sator” contains, because the indication of the reading key is in this language and some words of the solutionbelong to it.The vulgar Latin wasn’t only a language spoken by the lowest classes of the population, but it wasthe language spoken by all the people, with shades according to the place of origin and to the socialclass of belonging.
 Between the classical Latin and the vulgar Latin there are differences about phonology, morphology,syntax and lexicon. It’s a question of two aspects of the same language and not of two differentlanguages.
There is an important vowel aspect about the reduction of some diphthongs: AU becomes O, forinstance AURU (M) > ORO
(gold). “M” letter falls in the accusative that inclines to become the obliquecase pre-eminently; the use of the nominative still remains.
The classical Latin used the subordinationwhile the vulgar Latin preferred to use the co-ordination.
Peculiar characteristics of the lexicon of thevulgar Latin are: concreteness, specificity, expressive immediateness and phonetic consistence.
There aren’t evidences wholly written in vulgar Latin but there are texts with parts of this variety of language which manifested oneself already in the archaic Latin (for instance in Plautus, about 250-184B. C.) but then they were refused by the classic literary language of the next period.
Some documentswhich testify the use of the vulgar Latin are:- the Satyricom of Petronius (first century A. C.), work in which the author made new rich Trimalcione tospeak a language full of vulgarisms;- the inscriptions and the graffiti of Pompeii, kept thanks to the eruption of Vesuvius that buried thetown;- many works of Christian authors who used on purpose a language near the one spoken by the people;- many tablets carved by stonecutters of lacking education.
 As it knows the specimen of "Sator" found in Pompeii, has above itself a triangle and has under itself the writing "ANO". This geometric figure and this short word are the key to "unhinge" the hidden secretof the enigma. The word "ANO" means ring (from classical Latin ANUS, ANUM); the ring to take intoconsideration is the ring that contains the triangle.The ring par excellence corresponds to this figure; it's the Signed-Ring of Solomon, that he receivedby his father David, from whom derives the name of the symbol that is obtained by the union of twotriangles: the star of David or Hexagram.

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