I would just like to edit my conclusions.

Please refer to the comments by Torbin:


The Crabwood disc says:

"Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES.Much PAIN but still time.EELIE1366E.There is GOOD out there.We oPpose DECEPTION.COnduit CLOSING,"

So, the title of my blog is wrong and perhaps also much of my conclusions. Maybe readers will still find some of the information useful on their search.
A Crop glyph formation at Crabwood with an Alien face holding CD with ASCI code message reads:
"Beware the bearers of FALSE gifts & their BROKEN PROMISES.
Much PAIN but still time.
There is GOOD out there.
COnduit CLOSING [bell sound]"

The word 'EELrijue' was not a 'mistake' that some have interpreted to be the word 'believe', but it has the intentional meaning of:
'Editable, Executable Library of a multitude' and it is referring to the infinitely evolving Collective Consciousness. The fact that this word was 'corrupted' in the crop formation seems to me to be indicating that for humanity, our Collective Consciousness is 'corrupted' or possibly even 'tampered with'. The 'false gifts and broken promises' bearers are the ETs depicted in the glyph, who are commonly referred to as the 'greys' who made agreements with the United States government for genetic experimentation in exchange for technological 'gifts'. The messengers want us to know that they are the benevolent messengers who also sent the 'Aricebo Reply' crop glyph along with the humanoid face.

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Friday, June 13, 2008

St. Dominic/ Guzman / Sidonia

St. Dominic's father's name was "Guzman"

The Dukes of Medina Sidonia are Grandees of Spain, holding the oldest dukedom in the Kingdom, and were once the most prominent magnate family of the Andalusian region. The most famous was Don Alonso de Guzmán El Bueno, 7th Duke of Medina Sidonia, who commanded the Spanish Armada.

The Guzmán family were originally lords of Abiados, on the southern slope of the Picos de Europa in the hill country of León. The name is believed to be a contraction or corruption of Gundamaris, i.e. son of Gundamar. An early family tradition represents them as having come from Britain, or they may have descended from one of the Scandinavian invaders who attacked the north coast of Spain in the 10th century. They first appear in the 10th century, and they grew great by the Reconquista of the country from the Muslims.

Recent evidence unearthed in the family archives by the late Luisa Isabel Alvarez de Toledo, 21st Duchess of Medina Sidonia, disputes this view. Instead, it suggests that Guzman El Bueno was actually a Muslim, and may have been born in the Moorish territories across the Straits of Gibraltar.

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