Present for 13 billion years the gold of the stars, and of our planet fascinates and generates the madness of our humanity.

 An invaluable treasure, damaged by the abusive use of industries, for pecuniary purposes, soiled by the imagination and the incomprehension of man, gold today represents suffering and pollution...

 Yet in truth it is not so, this treasure of nature, blessed by the gods, like a rare and magical element, with physical, electrical and mathematical capacities unique in the universe, is the beginning of a link, of  the revelation of the construction of our history, that of our humanity and of our space and time.o

 Each of the elements of the periodic table was born in the chemical fusion of the Milky Way, to play a role in the universe and the chain of life in the stars.

From the depths of the ages the world, the sky, the stars and the earth were held as a promise by the gods, smiths of light and gold....
Logos, is the knowledge, the look, the understanding of things, the universe, matter...


"LOGOS" strictly speaking, according to the ancient texts, is reason and knowledge, he who speaks and knows the foundations of the earth...
"LOGOS" is the external reason inscribed in the "order of things"
From Ancient Greek (Greek γλῶσσα / glossa, γλῶττα / glotta "tongue") or words (λόγια / lógia "words").
From the idea of logos derives that of logic (in the broad sense as opposed to modern mathematical logic), which corresponds in the Latin world to rationality, the art of right verbal thought.


The unknowing child who teaches nature; And this rosy mouth is the august opening From which falls, o majesty of the weak and naked being! !Over the chasm ignored the unknown logos..... (Hugo, Legend, t. 4, 1877, p. 860).
It is no longer a word, a logos, it is an act woven in the fullness of the real (Ricœur, Philos. will, 1949, p. 191).


1. [In Plato, the Stoics, Hegel, etc.] Divine reason; fate, organizing reason, explaining the universe. Logos, a term that Pythagoras, Plato and early Chinese philosophers also used to express the manifestation of supreme being or reason (Maine de Biran, Journal, 1823, p. 381):

1. It even seems that the ancients knew this truth, that all our thoughts are in our words, when they understood almost all the sciences under the name of grammar, which is properly the art of speaking, and which the Greeks called du same name logos, [it. ds text] speech and thought. Bonald, Legisl. primit., t. 1, 1802, p. 62.


2. THEOL. (Christianity). Second person of the Trinity, eternal Word of God come to incarnate and who is named in St John (I, 1-18) "Word" or "Word". The thesis of the incarnation of the Logos (Malègue, Augustin, t. 2, 1933, p. 253):

2. St. John sees his master so perfect, that instead of saying that this master is the enunciator of the Logos, [it. ds the text] he exclaims that he is the Logos [it. in the text] itself. P. Leroux, Humanity, t. 2, 1840, p. 913.
B.−LING. Speech, language conceived as the ability, specific to the human species, to communicate by means of vocal signs. The thought of the trace cannot flow into that of the logos since the latter has been instituted as repression, and rejection outside of writing (Ducrot-Tod. 1972).

pronounce and Orth. : [lɔgɔs], [-o:s]. [-ɔs] (Barbeau-Rodhe 1930, Lar. Lang. fr.), [-o:s] (Pt Rob.). Att. ds Ac. from. 1878. Etymol. and Hist. 1749 (Voltaire, Sermon des Cinquante, p. 267: I don't know what metaphysics of Plato is amalgamated with the Nazarene sect: Jesus is made the Logos, the Word-God, then consubstantial with

God his father); 1764 (Id., Dict. philos., p. 364: The Logos, which with Plato meant Wisdom, the reason of the Supreme Being, became with us the Word). Empr. at gr. λ ο ́ γ ο ς "word", "reason". Freq. abs. literal : 


"Logos" is the number of god "777" the knowledge of Creation, that of the last day of Creation, of the book of Genesis,
It also represents the condemnation of the 7 demons of Babylon, whom "Logos" keeps locked up in the underworld.
The Babylonians saw in the planets 7 moving stars in the sky, (.in the Summer myth of the 7 wise men).

The "Chaldean" alchemists (Mesopotamian Order). associated them with a metal: The Moon (Silver), Mercury (Mercury), Venus (Copper), The Sun (Gold), Mars (Iron), Jupiter (Tin), Saturn (Lead)

 LOGOS linked to light (Sun) the king of the stars, associated with the energy, matter and metal of the gods (Gold).


For the Sumerians gold and god are one The Earth is linked to the gods of the sky, the sun, the fire of matter, consumes all energies, and without gold, matter becomes inert...
It is to the God Ea or Aya, divinity of the "Earth below, of techniques and science, he is the guardian of magic, of multipolar knowledge, he is the immense Sumerian divinity of alchemists and scholars, and the keeper of the gold of the earth...
The Anunaki consider gold as the center of the sky, that of knowledge, cosmic energy and universal fire....

In the Mesopotamian cosmogony, everything that is found here below, and in man, has its celestial equivalent.
Thus the Sumerian goddess Inanna, who became Ishtar in Akkadian, venerated in Ur and Assur, corresponded to the planet Venus, to war and to love. The god Enki (Ea) was associated with the city of Eridu, the world of underground waters (Abzu), intelligence and knowledge; Enki is the father of Marduk, god of Babylon, associated with Jupiter and victory over chaos.

In the Sumerian Epic of Creation, which recounts the origins of the world, Tiamat, Abzu's lover, is defeated by Marduk, and her body becomes Earth and Heaven. It's "Ipazuzu" or "Logos"

The ANUNAKI speak of Mul-ge ("the black star") where the tears of the sun (gold) are born...
Just like light and energy, gold comes from the stars, so consciousness and the nativity of spirit join matter, thought and spirit.

 "Logos" is the Sacred, the oracle, the knowledge, the perfection of Fullness. gold of knowledge Logos, is god....