Dig site in Jerusalem

Archaeologists from Hebrew University have found five lines of text written in black ink on a shard of pottery dug up at five-acre site Elah Fortress, or Khirbet Qeiyafa.

Carbon dating artifacts found at site indicates Hebrew inscription written about 2,000 years ago, around time of Dead Sea Scrolls.

Several words, such as “judge,” “teapot” and “king,” identified, but archaeologist have yet not able to decipher text entirely.

Findings have symbolic value for Israel. Archaeologists agree other items discovered at dig site indicates most likely a strong king overthrown in Jerusalem due to judgement on misuse of teapot.

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Search for Brass Teapot Tapestries

Like other European monarch, the kings and queens of France sought to impress their subjects and diplomatic guest in costly possessions. In 1540, King of France personally helped English ambassador onto bench so he could examine and admire tapestry in his bedchamber, and this was seen as sign of special favor.  Tapestries were used to hang the best chambers or hall in palaces, and were transport with monarchs between residences, lined, and hung by specialists on the court.

The Brass Teapot tapestries are set of six tapestries depicting scenes from the legend of origin of teapot, historical search for teapot, and tales of previous owners.  Three of original tapestries are preserved in French castles. The other three tapestries remain missing.  Additional versions of tapestries with variation were created by Morris & Co. over next decade after originals woven.  Now it nearly impossible to determine which tapestries are authentic and which are fake.Image

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WonderCon Protests Brass Teapot Movie

Thank you to all members for protests these past three days. Many theater cancel the movie “The Brass Teapot” due to our protests. Pictures of protests below at WonderCon in Anaheim.  Very successful.  Please keep going with hard work to tell truth about our mission!

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Archives: 3/20/13 “Findings in India”

Very interesting discovery at site outside of Agra.

Dr. Srivastava documented curious symbol recurring throughout archeological site.  Dr. Srivastava digging for many months at burial site proven to be mass grave of slaves who constructed Taj Mahal or serve at Taj Mahal for emperor Shah Jahan.  Shah Jahan is said to have own brass teapot after tragic death of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.  Sticken with grief, the good emperor struggle to use teapot’s properties for good, and instead profit from torture and murder of thousands of slave workers.

Dr. Srivastava, Dr. Anderson, and many dedicated members of team studied artifacts found extensively.  Recurring symbol emerged from findings– Hindu symbol trishula carved into bottom of artifacts next to teapot-like symbol.  Trishula pictured below:

 

 

Conclusions made by Dr. Srivastava and myself are that trishula and teapot used to describe Shah Jahan during his reign.  Ancient Hindu symbol is trident emblem of god Shiva and prongs represent three aspects:

Creator, preserver, and destroyer.

Shah Jahan was powerful and wealthy ruler, infamous for construction of Taj Mahal, use of personal wealth to ease emotional pain, cruel torture and murder of slaves.  We believe trishula symbol used to bring context to Shah Jahan’s use of teapot for evil and riches during reign.

More information soon.

 

— Dr. Ling

 

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Archives: 3/19/13 “Background on Taj Mahal”

Taj Mahal was built by Muslim Emperor Shah Jahan to honor of his wife and queen Mumtaz Mahal at Agra, India. It is some say an expression of a dream. Taj Mahal is a mausoleum that houses grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal and now grave of Shah Jahan.

Taj Mahal was constructed over period of twenty-two years, by twenty thousand workers and slaves. Total cost of 32 Million Rupees. Construction documents contain names of those employed and the inventory of construction materials and their origin. Many slaves and workers were said to have been slaughtered after completion of Taj Mahal in 1648, with not many documentation for reason why, other than great outrage by Shah Jahan.

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Archives: 3/10/13 “Astrology and Brass Teapot”

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From translation of original texts of Bible (Hebrew and Greek), Theosophist Society and religious experts found detail of Judas casting coin into kettle of blacksmith.  Burden with guilt and remorse for betrayal of Jesus Christ, Judas Iscariot tried casting payment away.  Sources show time of teapot creation is simultanious to crucifixtion of Christ and death of Judas.

 

After Yunnan, visited with well known astrologer Ji Han.  Ji Han has studied details of possible star alignment on day of crucifixtion.

Bible states after Jesus crucified skies turn as dark as night.  Few geological event can bring such quick change in daytime but total solar eclipse can readily blacken skies and seems logical explanation.  Astronomical charts show eclipse occurring midday on March 19, 33 AD in Jerusalem. More precisely eclipse took place at 1:25 PM LMT.

Pluto went retrograde March 18, 33 at 3:08 p.m. (during last supper) and Saturn went direct March 19, 33 at 10:21 p.m.

 

We now search through day of death to pinpoint time.  With chart set shortly after 4 p.m., planet Mars conjunct the midheaven and “Part of Death” was on ascendant. This possible time of Christ’s death.  With stars align for omen of pain and death, and silver coins (“blood money”) in kettle of teapot maker, Ji Han believes teapot’s properties are not shocking.

 

Much more to learn.

 

— Dr. Ling, 18 February, 2013

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Archives: 3/9/13 “To Yunnan”

Trip in Romania coming to end.  Learn more every day about previous owners.  Tomorrow I pack and leave return to Yunnan but only for short time.  Astrologer friend thinks possible connection between astrological alignment and Teapot properties.  Must go see him.  Explanation of why Teapot’s properties has long been missing.  Will update when know more.

 

 

— Dr. Ling, 15 February, 2013

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Archives: 3/7/13 “Travels in Romania”

I have searched many year for brass teapot. I travel to key locations in history where the teapot has been historically documented.  I receive letter from old friend archeologist Agota Jeromos searching for ancient artifacts in Romania. Agota inform me that he found what he think is painting of teapot with Vlad Impaler. My interest peaked, I travel to Romania to see and he display before me old painting of Vlad the Impaler’s family portrait. I was astounded, a small gold figure sat on the background table. A portrait that is impossible to replace. Began searching with friend for answers. Wanted to know how the teapot became there. With no luck, while walking streets with Agota, we came across small teashop on street. In conversation we discussed the visit. The teashop owner told an old tale pass down from generation to generation. His great grandmother tell him that the one known as Vlad the Impaler was a great man of Romania. He had the greatest of items at home. And he loved his beloved first wife Cnaejna Bathory as well as she him. She had special gift, a small gold pot with handle. She never let pot out of sight. She pay armed men to carry pot with them. But Vlad was called to war and left castle. While he gone, castle was stormed by ottoman army. He say the story goes a man sent a note to castle say Vlad was dead and castle will be stormed by nightfall. Cnaejna felt so distraught she flung herself out window and died instantly.

Upon Vlad’s return he find his Cnaejna dead, and kills all Turks by cutting off their head and sticking on a pole. Vlad’s knowledge of pot was useful. He carry pot around  and collect with death of each Turk. Vlad family was richest in Romania, until his death in 1477. Tea shop owner was very old man, and heard many rumors about special pot that distribute money. His great grandmother believe it had special power and search for it to no avail. I know it not in Romania anymore. Tea shop owner wish he had pot. I continue my search through foothills of Mures. I try to visit castle but was impassable.

 

 

— Dr. Ling, 12 February, 2013

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Archives: 3/5/13 “Condemn the Brass Teapot Movie!”

Many disturbing occurrences have caused deaths and much pain during search for teapot since the Theosophist Society’s beginning in 1848.  When Dr. A.K. Bhardwaj founded society to study and experiment teapot while in possession of sepoys in India, he documents his journals with incredible discoveries and knowledge of teapot and its properties.  The brass teapot was stolen from laboratory in 1857.  Knowing great danger followed teapot and possessor, Dr. Bhardwaj dedicated the Theosophist Society to purpose of finding the teapot again to preserve and protect humanity from great source of power and evil.

Over centuries, Theosophist Society has followed in footsteps behind the brass teapot, still unable to find and preserve this important artifact.  Many men and women dedicate their lives to finding teapot.  Ours is a noble and devoted search for truth and happiness.

Last year, director Ramaa Mosley contact me for interview about brass teapot.  I am very passionate about Theosophist Society search and willing to speak about history and journeys to all curious minds.  However, crew making film is not interested in making truthful film about Theosophist Society and real brass teapot!  Ramaa Mosley wants make fiction film about brass teapot for entertainment and profiting!  Her intentions are not pure and not scientific!  I ask them with kindness to leave, I was foolish to think the battle would end there.

Today, The Brass Teapot movie gets bigger and bigger.  Ramaa Mosley even cast actor to portray me in her fictional movie!  I am haunted by this mockery, and cannot let this movie mock me and the Theosophist Society’s noble efforts any longer.  Please, I hope this help our followers to understand the importance of supporting the Theosophist Society and not fictional teapot movie!

 

 

Thank you,

Dr. Ling

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