Do you know of someone that has built a sphere of liquid water?

Why haven't the powerful NASA and the rich Secret Societes and the Catholic Church made one yet?


The name is compounded of Cristo (the anointed of) and BAL (Satan), therefore the meaning of Cristo Bal is the anointed of Bal. Below is the Phoenician or Jew letters for BAL (from right to left)

The Word Christopher (Christophorus, Christ-bearing) is not the same as Cristóbal. Those persons who made the change knew the real meaning, and that it is reason they didn't transliterate that name, as they did with other New World explorers such as Pizzarro, Cortez, De las Casas and others. They also changed the name COLON into Columbus, the latin word fot dove (peace). The real meaning of the word COLON is well explained in the site


In the Colon Signet appears a SAS that also appears in Pytagorean Signet:

See below (Gospel of John 4:25)that the letters X-R-O don't stand for CRISTOS or CRISTO:

In some place I have read that He used to called himself Grigory Efimovich.


Around 2,000 years before Colon was born Herodotus reported of the people of Indian

III.101: .... they have also all the same tint of skin, which approaches that of the Ethiopians.

VII.70. The Eastern Ethiopians---for two nations of this name served in the army---were marshalled with the Indians. They differed in nothing from the other Ethiopians, save in their language, and the character of their hair. For the Eastern Ethiopians have straight hair, while they of Libya are more woolly-haired than any other people in the world.

III.102: The Indians, when they go into the desert to collect this sand, take three camels and harness them together, a female in the middle and a male on either side, in a leading-rein.

III.104:The sun in those parts shines fiercest in the morning , not, as elsewhere, at noonday; the greatest heat is from the time when he has reached a certain height, until the hour at which the market closes.

VII.65: The Indians wore cotton dresses, and carried bows of cane, and arrows also of cane with iron at the point. Such was the equipment of the Indians, and they marched under the command of Pharnazathres the son of Artabates.

III.106: In India, which, as I observed lately, is the furthest region of the inhabited world towards the east, all the four-footed beasts and the birds are very much bigger than those found elsewhere, except only the horses, which are surpassed by the Median breed called the Nisaean ... The natives make their clothes of this tree-wool.

VII.86: The Medes, and Cissians, who had the same equipment as their foot-soldiers. The Indians, equipped as their foot. men, but some on horseback and some in chariots---the chariots drawn either by horses, or by wild asses.

Marco Polo says about Chipangu Island the following:

Chipangu is an island towards the east in the high seas, fifteen hundred miles distant from the continent; and a very great island it is. The people are white, civilized, and well favored. ..Moreover few merchants visit the country because it is so far from the mainland, and thus it comes to pass that their gold is abundant beyond all measure.

I will tell you a wonderful thing about the palace of the lord of that island. You must know that he has a great palace which is entirely roofed with fine gold, just as our churches are roofed with lead, insomuch that it would scarcely be possible to estimate its value. Moreover, all the pavement of the palace, and the floors of its chambers, are entirely of gold, in plates like slabs of stone, a good two fingers thick; and the windows also are of gold, so that altogether the richness of this palace is past all bounds and all belief.

...You must know the sea in which lie the islands of those parts is called the sea of Chin, which is as much as to say "The Sea over against Manzi." For, in the language of those isles, when they say Chin, 'tis Manzi they mean. ...And you must know these regions are so far from India that it takes a long time also for the voyage thence

Though that sea is called the sea of Chin, as I have told you, yet it is part of the ocean sea all the same. But just as in these parts people talk of the sea of England and the sea of Rochelle, so in those countries they speak of the sea of Chin and the sea of India, and so on, though they all are but parts of the ocean.

Lets read the Colón Journal

As I saw that they were very friendly to us, and perceived that they could be much more easily converted to our holy faith by gentle means than by force, I presented them with some red caps, and strings of beads to wear upon the neck, and many other trifles of small value, wherewith they were much delighted, and became wonderfully attached to us. Afterwards they came swimming to the boats, bringing parrots, balls of cotton thread, javelins, and many other things which they exchanged for articles we gave them, such as glass beads, and hawk's bells; which trade was carried on with the utmost good will. But they seemed on the whole to me, to be a very poor people. They all go completely naked, even the women, though I saw but one girl. All whom I saw were young, not above thirty years of age, well made, with fine shapes and faces; their hair short, and coarse like that of a horse's tail, combed toward the forehead, except a small portion which they suffer to hang down behind, and never cut...

Saturday, 13 October. At daybreak great multitudes of men came to the shore, all young and of fine shapes, very handsome; their hair not curled but straight and coarse like horse-hair, and all with foreheads and heads much broader than any people I had hitherto seen; their eyes were large and very beautiful; they were not black, but the color of the inhabitants of the Canaries, which is a very natural circumstance, they being in the same latitude with the island of Ferro in the Canaries. They were straight-limbed without exception, and not with prominent bellies but handsomely shaped.

Clearly stated, Colon didn't see any rich white people, nor the few merchant that Marco Polo saw in Chipangu, nor the black people mentioned by Herodotus, nor the camels, nor the horses, nor the dressed people. How did Colon believed that He was in INDIA?

It's well recorded that India from ancient times was a very powerful empire that the Persians and even Alexendar the Great couldn't subject, other than the western border.

Chipangus, Indians and Chinese were three very different culture and peoples, as is well recorded::

Ruins of great buildings scattered all over India reveal that India was a very organized and powerful country:

Around 500 B.C. Pythagoras went to the great center of teaching in India to become a Master:

When Cambyses invaded Egypt, he made Pythagoras his prisoner and sent him to Babylon. Pythagoras utilized this seeming misfortune as an opportunity for growth, and for the next twelve years he studied with the Magi and was initiated into the Chaldean Mysteries. Leaving Babylon, he made his way through Persia into India, where he continued his education under the Brachmanes and imbibed the wisdom of the East at its original source.

At that time India was still feeling the effects of the great spiritual revival brought about by Gautama the Buddha. Although Pythagoras arrived in India too late to come into personal contact with the Buddha, he was greatly influenced by his teachings. Indeed, there is such a close and intimate relationship between the Buddhistic and the Pythagorean systems that the one cannot be fully understood without an acquaintance with the other. Although Pythagoras went to India as a student, he left it as a Teacher. Even to this day he is known in that country as Yavanâchârya, the "Ionian Teacher.

India was a great center of peregrination for many wise men around the world:

When he had finished his noviciate and taken on him the obligations of the full Buddhist orders, his earnest courage, clear intelligence, and strict regulation of his demeanour were conspicuous; and soon after, he undertook his journey to India in search of complete copies of the Vinaya-pitaka. What follows this is merely an account of his travels in India and return to China by sea, condensed from his own narrative, with the addition of some marvellous incidents that happened to him, on his visit to the Vulture Peak near Rajagriha.

In none of Colón's reports does he mention any of these things that were the everyday life in India. Neither did he take with him on any of his journeys an Indian person to help him as a translator - very revealing!.

All of the above means that the Colón cover-story of the Passage to India was carefully studied and prepared for years. He, like Lee Harvey Oswald was a dummy front corporation for a conspiracy. Really, there existed more than one Cristobal Colón. For that reason in some sources we read that he was Italian, others say that he was Jew, and yet others say he was Portuguese. Some source say that he called himself Grigory Efimovich (Russian). Some say that he died in poverty, while others say just the opposite


From elementary school we are taught that Columbus convinced the good king and queen of Spain to venture large amount of money in the hand of an unknwon adventurer that might never return. The facts are the opposite! No king, queen or other rich people are going to risk money in the hand of an unknown adventurer. Rich people have men well prepared to take care of their money, and they don't do any thing unless that they are SURE - VERY SURE - to gain.

Influence of International Banking

The Priory De Scion has had considerable historical influence in Europe from the time of the Crusades to the present. The reason that most persons have not heard of the Priory De Scion is that they work secretly behind the scenes.

Christopher Columbus was a secret member of the Priory De Scion and on his voyage of discovery to the "New World", his Flag Ship had the Templar Cross emblem on the Main Sail. This was unusual because the Templars had been outlawed by that time in history.

A list of the Grand Masters of the Priory De Scion would include such notables as Leonardo Da Vinci and Sir Isaac Newton. This secret organization still wields extraordinary secret power in modern Europe and has exercised a large influence in creating the present European Union.

Colon was a Mason of the Kight Templar class:

In 1892, Brother James P. Upham, publisher of Youths Companion Magazine, advanced the idea of a flag raising ceremony in all schools in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America by Sir Knight Christopher Columbus

the Untold History of Columbus
In his daily log book: entry for December 26, 1492, the Admiral wrote: "I hope to God that when I come back here from Castile, which I intend on doing, that I will find a barrel of gold, for which these people I am leaving will have traded, and that they will have found the gold mine, and the spices, and in such quantities that within three years the Sovereigns will prepare for and undertake the reconquest of the Holy Land. I have already petitioned Your Highnesses to see that all the profits of this, my enterprise, should be spent on the conquest of Jerusalem, and Your Highnesses smiled and said that the idea pleased them, and that even without the expedition they had the inclination to do it."

In a letter to Isabella, he asserted: "The argument I have for the restitution of the Temple Mount to the Holy Chruch is simple: I only hold fast to the Holy Scriptures and to the prophetic citations attributed to certain holy men who were carried along by divine wisdon. Remeber with what little cost you undertook the reconquest of Granada, and with what great reward."

The Roman Catholic Power clearly was behind every movement

Later, in a letter to Pope Alexander VI, he underscored the seriousness of his intentions: "The enterprise must be undertaken in order to spend any profits therein for the redemption of the Sepulchre and the Temple Mount unto the Holy Chruch."

Two more times he wrote: "I must repeat: for the execution of the enterprise to the Indies, neither reason, nor mathematics, not cartography were of profit to me in the manner that the prophesies of Scripture were. This is what I have to report concering the liberation of Jerusalem: be glad; if there is any faith in us, the enterprise is bound for victory." "At the time I was motivated by the Scriptures to go to discover the Indies, I went to the royal court with the intention of entreating our Sovereigns to specify revenues that they might accrue to be spent on the reconquest of Jerusalem."

The Trained Catholic Order compounded a parallel tale of a Saint Cristobal Colón

Saint Christopher?

Columbus was visibly and verbally "an exceptionally pious man," writes historian Delno C. West. "Throughout his journals and letters, we find him constantly in prayer, invoking the names of Christ, Mary, and the saints and solemnly giving praise to God."

It was typical for Spanish crewmen daily to recite the "OurFather" and other prayers. Columbus's men did, to. But Columbus went far beyond conventional practice.

His son Ferdinand wrote, "He was so strict in matters of religion that for fasting and saying prayers he might have been taken for a member of a religious order." He knew the Vulgate Bible thoroughly, and he probably took it (or a collection of Scriptures) on his voyages. Whenever he faced a storm, a waterspout (tornado-like whirl of seawater), or a rebellious crewmen, he made vows to God. "Religion was always his first refuge in adversity," writes Columbus scholar Felipe Fernandez Armesto.

However, The facts are known and are opposite to what was taught by Jesus Cristos and his Apostols:

Explotation But there are indeed two sides to every story. Columbus, in truth, was a man of great deceit and filled with evil and greedy intentions. His voyage was not about exploration; it was about exploitation! Much of what we learn and continue to believe is in fact a compilation of falsehoods and blatant lies.

The Christians punched them, boxed their ears and flogged them in order to track down the local leaders, and the whole shameful process came to a head when one of the European commanders raped the wife of the paramount chief of the entire island.

Their (Taino) weapons, however, were flimsy and ineffective both in attack and in defense (and, indeed, war in the Americas is no more deadly than our jousting or than many European children's games) and, with their horses and swords and lances, the Spaniards easily fend them off, killing them and committing all kind of atrocities against them.

After Columbus had surveyed the Caribbean region, he returned to Spain to prepare Raquelhis invasion of the Americas. From accounts of his second voyage, we can begin to understand what the New World represented to Columbus and his men -- it offered them life without limits, unbridled freedom. Columbus took the title Admiral of the Ocean Sea and proceeded to unleash a reign of terror unlike anything seen before or since. When he was finished, eight million Arawaks -- virtually the entire native population of Hispaniola -- had been exterminated by torture, murder, forced labor, starvation, disease and despair

The Crimes of Cristobal Colon "Columbus makes Hitler look like a juvenile delinquent," asserts American Indian activist Russell Means.

Winona LaDuke deplores "the biological, technological, and ecological invasion that began with Columbus' ill-fated voyage five hundred years ago."

The National Council of Churches declares the anniversary of Columbus "not a time for celebration" but for "reflection and repentance" in which whites must acknowledge a continuing history of "oppression, degradation, and genocide."

Historian Glenn Morris accuses Columbus of being "a murderer, a rapist, the architect of a policy of genocide that continues today."

"Could it be that the human calamity caused by the arrival of Columbus," African-American writer Ishmael Reed asks, "was a sort of dress rehearsal of what is to come as the ozone becomes more depleted, the earth warms, and the rain forests are destroyed?"

"All of us have been socialized to be racists and benefit from racism constantly," Christine Slater laments in the journal Multicultural Education. "The very locations on which our homes rest should rightfully belong to Indian nations."

Literary scholar Stephen Greenblatt alleges that Columbus "inaugurated the greatest experiment in political, economic, and cultural cannibalism in the history of the Western world."

Knights Of Cristobal Colon

In 1954, the Knights of Columbus led the effort to officially include the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American


The theological dogma of Albert Pike is explained in the 'Instructions' issued by him, on July 14, 1889, to the 23 Supreme Councils of the world and have been recorded by A. C. De La Rive in La Femme et l' Enfant dans la Franc-Maconnerie Universelle (page 588) from which book we translate and quote as follows :

"That which we must say to the crowd is – We worship a God, but it is the God that one adores without superstition.

"To you, Sovereign Grand Inspectors General, we say this, that you may repeat it to the Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees – The Masonic religion should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained in the purity of the Luciferian doctrine.

"If Lucifer were not God, would Adonay (The God of the Christians) whose deeds prove his cruelty, perfidy, and hatred of man, barbarism and repulsion for science, would Adonay and his priests, calumniate him ?

" Yes, Lucifer is God, and unfortunately Adonay is also God. For the eternal law is that there is no light without shade, no beauty without ugliness, no white without black, for the absolute can only exist as two Gods : darkness being necessary to light to serve as its foil as the pedestal is necessary to the statue, and the brake to the locomotive.

BEING AWARE: Because the word God in used to the refer to Satan and to the real God, one must be alert and know to what god the other is really referring to. The Kabbalah knower uses God to refer to Satan and G-d to refer to the real God.

In the Back of the 1 dollar bill is written "IN GOD WE TRUST"


...Queen Isabella, famous for sending Columbus to the New World in 1492, was well known also for her 'Spanish Inquisition', the gruesome torture and murder of tens of thousands of Spanish Jews, Muslims, homosexuals, people who read or wrote, uppity women, and anyone else not up to the Queen's strict standards. Isabella was a champion of the faith, piously congratulating herself as her victims writhed to their deaths in the flames and the many other ingenious methods of torture invented by her inquisitors.

Of course, the presence of torture did not always mean the presence of the Christian Church, and vice-versa. History is spotty; key things are left out or included inordinately - we don't always know. The church was active in many places with no record of the Inquisition in the same area; and in other cases the two went hand in hand.

In the 12th and 13th centuries, the Inquisition was born, with Christians killing Christians, during what was known as the Albigensian heresies. Hundreds of thousands of people died because their Christianity did not agree with official dogma. This adds to the irony of murder in the name of Christ, when the majority of victims of the early inquisitions were themselves Christians.