I have split off the Kris/Keris-related replies into their own topic, as it is quite interesting...
Funnily enough the "weapon of kings" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kris
) has a lot of history and bloodshed behind it and "Heirloom blades were handed down through successive generations and worn during special events such as weddings and other ceremonies"... which makes me think of the NWO/Illuminati/masonic links to royalty and the original Egyptian priesthoods. They really do love their special wee club of bloodlines, even passing their weapons down the line AND ONLY DOWN THE LINE! I preferred sharing my toys as a kid...
It is highly likely that the NWO folks still have the original artifacts (Kris and related stuff) left by the SM colonists, and since consciousness exists beyond the physical layer of space and time, they are most likely still quite charged with a chunk of the SM collective consciousness.
These SM "horcrux," as it would be termed in Harry Potter, would still be influencing those who had them in their possession--and that may explain a lot of things.
If these are actually the real thing, then one should take great care in obtaining one--just as the wand chooses the wizard, the keris chooses the warrior. Forced choices usually have fatal consequences.
I do find it interesting that their selection starts in the 12th century, just when the LMs kicked the Annunaki out. Guess they left a lot behind.
Feeding the keris is easy. The jinn spirits often feed on scent, and all you have to do is anoint it with aromatic oils or pass it through incense smoke regularly. Some need to be exposed to moonlight. Others require food offerings. You simply put the food next to the keris and leave it overnight. The spirit will absorb the energy of the food.
That's just like your herb smudging to contact LM's!
Not all the LMs "scent." The Nøkk, being aquatic, don't smell much underwater!
Something of importance to understand when it comes to the "soul" (the cosmic half of life, in 3D time), is that the soul is an "aromavore;" it responds to aromas, like incense. Whenever you deal with the conventional, "spiritual realm," which is usually the soul realm, not the 3rd Sector ethical, PAY ATTENTION to what your nose tells you. Souls are attracted to, repulsed by and emit aromas, particularly the "recently departed." Two easy ways to detect the presence of a ghost: first, there will be a drop in temperature, due to the inverse thermal gradient of cosmic structures. Second, there is almost always a "familiar smell," such as a perfume, tobacco odor, or something that is associated with the ghost.
A keris is constructed much like a "Wanderer" is, backwards from the normal process of the evolution of consciousness. You start with a bit of consciousness and form a body and soul about it--in the case of the keris, the dagger is the observable body and its crystalline metal (or actual crystals in the hilt) form the cosmic linkage. (Crystals sit at the doorway to the life unit.) It is the consciousness that binds the life units. It is important to realize that, because if you destroy a keris improperly, you only destroy the "life" part--the consciousness that animates it will then take up a new residence, most likely YOU, and you will become influenced by it. (Should such a situation every arise, I have found that Shinto priests still retain the ability to see these foreign spirits and have ways of exorcizing them.)
Djchrismac wrote:The blade looks a bit like a wizard's hat and the wave shape of the blade reminds me of a temporal distortion, does the shape have any special significance for it's power or is it probably just symbolic of the jinn spirit entering it and warping space/time?
Structure is usually symbolic of the spiritual presence binding the keris. In your photo, the waves probably indicate an aquatic spirit and the grip design is for a slicing tool (like on a kitchen knife), not stabbing. There is probably additional information written on the blade, itself. This would be a keris sought out by a thief, as he could flow like water through the smallest openings, and slice the restraints off of the objects he wished to take.