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Monestir de Poblet, Catalunya, Spain

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Piramidal Monolith with looking like Egyptian hieroglyphs inscriptions.

On either side it has no inscription, while on one it has the eye of Isis or Horus - which is clairvoyance - an Egyptian goddess and god. In the fourth side it is possible to be read, in Egyptian hieroglyphic: “What is up is down”, that means “as it is up is down”. It is one of the seven Hermetic Principles of the Law of Correspondence, described from ancient Egypt by the philosopher and sage Hermes Trismegistus. It is a universal law that explains the relationship between the inside and the outside, the top and the bottom, or, in terms of sacred geometry, the rhythmic rotation of the electromagnetic fields of everything that exists.

10/10/2021 - 02:22
Brief review by Kawak Cabrejos, exclusive for Monolith Tracker from Catalunya, Spain:
The monolit is or was real, I talked today by phone with one woman that works in the Visits Office of the Monestir de Poblet. It vanished after three or four days of being there. Nobody knows how or who installed and uninstalled it.

En dos dels costats no té cap inscripció, mentre que en un té l’ull d’Isis o d’Horus –que és la clarividència–, una deessa i un déu egipcis. En el quart costat es pot llegir, en jeroglífic egipci: «What is up is down», que significa «com és dalt és baix». Es tracta d’un dels set Principis Hermètics de la Llei de la Correspondència, descrita des de l’antic Egipte pel filòsof i savi Hermes Trismegisto. És una llei universal que explica la relació entre el de dins i el de fora, el de dalt i el de baix, o, en termes de geometria sagrada, el gir rítmic dels camps electromagnètics de tot el que existeix.
Dates & Classification
Date Spotted
Questionable monoliths, not confirmed to be knockoffs but likely considering the origin or appearance of the monolith.
Multiple Monoliths
Physical Qualities
Number of Sides
Three Sided (Typical Monolith Design)
Top Geometry
Triangular Prism
3.00 meters
Marking Text
What is up is down

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