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Old 09-01-2011, 10:35 AM   #1
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Default Deciphering an illuminati (??) coin

I have just received a message from a new-comer regarding a coin I have.
I had made a post about it a while back but realised I had posted it on the wrong forum.
I wonder if there is anyone here who could help us out?

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Dear Friends! I ask you to help me. Tell, whether has appeared any new information on this talisman? The sketch of the same talisman with minor alterations has been casually found by me in 2006 in Russia.
It would be rather interesting to learn more precisely value of this talisman and the reason of wide prevalence of typical talismans worldwide.
I am sorry for bad knowledge of English. With impatience and gratitude I look forward to hearing.

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I have been given a coin from a friend of mine who is a non-practising freemason. He lent me a coin and said it was an illuminati one and it will open up a new dimension (to which I replied I hope it isnt a dark one, lol

I will try to de-code what the symbols are on it but I thought I would post it here for anyone else who wants to have a go











Its not that clear but the wording around it say Tegrammagion, Eloyim, Elohe, Zebaoth, Edmonye, Adonaye, 1th, El, and 9 maltese crosses between each word.

The word on the left of the top symbol says Sigilla, on the top it says Saday,

The number square... 4 14 15 1
9 7 6 12
5 11 10 8
16 2 3 13

Which all add up to 7 either way.
the two words either side of the square say Reguil and Seghel

And there is a vx before the downward arrow and the square

Im guessing the word Tegrammagion is another form of tetragrammaton which when googled is YVHV,
Tetragrammaton on Images comes up with a pentagram

I cant do the symols though...
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Old 09-01-2011, 11:06 AM   #2
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Do i remember this from an old thread ?

Couldn't find it though
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Old 09-01-2011, 12:04 PM   #3
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Do i remember this from an old thread ?

Couldn't find it though
Yes you do, you posted on it
I bumped it this morning replying to a post.

I should really have asked the mods to move it to the correct forum instead of making a duplicate
I wasn't fully awake.

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=55320

Wasn't it you that sorted out a much clearer picture? Shame it has gone.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:33 PM   #4
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The sketch found out by me corresponds to the talisman version which photo is on a site:

http://www.astro.qc.ca/xbm/viewthrea...tion=printable

On a talisman names Roguil and Sophiel are specified.

Also instead of rare form Tegrammagion classical form Tetragrammaton is specified.

Instead of name Edmanye name Ederrehye is filled out.

Especial interest causes the special code number specified on the brink of a standard sheet with the sketch. The code number contains the following set of letters and figures БНС80_R_APU 05_DOC-3dr.

The talisman sketch has been found out by me in small provincial small town on suburb of Russia. It does a situation even more interesting.
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Old 09-01-2011, 06:57 PM   #5
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nice one kleineaster, it makes it seem more interesting you have a different coin.

I see no masons have come along to help out yet
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