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Old 22-05-2014, 01:13 AM   #121
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Princess Michael of Kent (Baroness Marie Christine Anna Agnes Hedwig Ida; née von Reibnitz; born 15 January 1945) member of the British Royal Family with German and Hungarian roots. She is married to Prince Michael of Kent, who is a grandson of King George V..Princess Michael is an interior designer and author, having published several books on the royal families of Europe. She also undertakes lecture tours, and supports her husband in his public work. The Kents do not officially carry out royal duties, although they have on occasion represented Queen Elizabeth II at functions abroad..Princess Michael of Kent was born on 15 January 1945, in Karlsbad, in the then-German-populated Sudetenland, now known as Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, near the family estates of her Austrian maternal grandmother, Princess Hedwig von Windisch-Graetz, just prior to the defeat and the end of Nazi Germany and of World War II in Europe, and the following expulsion of the German population later that year. Princess Michael is the only daughter of Baron Günther Hubertus von Reibnitz (of German descent) and his Hungarian wife, Countess Maria Anna Carolina Franziska Walpurga Bernadette Szapáry von Muraszombath, Széchysziget und Szapár, a daughter of Count Friedrich Szapáry von Muraszombath, Széchysziget und Szapár, an Austro-Hungarian diplomat, who served as an ambassador in Saint Petersburg at the outbreak of World War I..Tras recibir el castillo la visita de Luis XIV el 14 de julio de 1650, se bautizó a una de las salas del castillo como Salón de Luis XIV...


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Set against the stunning backdrop of Renaissance France, The Serpent and the Moon is a true story of love, war, intrigue, betrayal, and persecution. At its heart is one of the world's greatest love stories: the lifelong devotion of King Henri II of France to Diane de Poitiers, a beautiful aristocrat who was nineteen years older than her lover.,,At age 14, Henri was married to 14-year-old Catherine de' Medici, an unattractive but extremely wealthy heiress who was to bring half of Italy to France as her dowry. When Catherine met Henri on her wedding day, she fell instantly in love, but Henri could see no one but the beautiful Diane. When Henri eventually became king, he and Diane ruled France as one. Meanwhile, Catherine took as her secret motto the words "Hate and Wait" and lived for the day Diane would die and she could win Henri's love and rule by his side. Fate had another plan..Her Royal HighNess Princess Michael of Kent, herself a descendant of both Catherine and Diane, imbues this seldom-told story with an insider's grasp of royal life. The Serpent and the Moon is a fascinating love story as well as a richly woven history of an extraordinary time..View of the arches of the bridge of Diana...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep1AoJsmbzE

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Diane de Poitiers (3 September 1499 – 25 April 1566) was a French noblewoman and a prominent courtier at the courts of kings Francis I and his son, Henry II of France. She became notorious as the latter's favourite. It was in this capacity that she wielded much influence and power at the French Court, which continued until Henry was mortally wounded in a tournament accident, during which his lance wore her favour (ribbon) rather than his wife's..Diane possessed a sharp intellect and was so politically astute that King Henry II trusted her to write many of his official letters, and even to sign them jointly with the one name HenriDiane.. Her confident maturity and loyalty to Henry II made her his most dependable ally in the court. Her position in the Court of the King was such that when Pope Paul III sent the new Queen Catherine the "Golden Rose", he did not forget to present the royal mistress Diane with a pearl necklace. Within a very short stretch of time she wielded considerable power within the realm. In 1548 she received the prestigious title of Duchess of Valentinois, then in 1553 was made Duchesse d'Étampes.. The king's adoration for Diane caused a great deal of jealousy on the part of Queen Catherine, particularly when Henry entrusted Diane with the Crown Jewels of France, had the Château d'Anet remodeled for her, and gave her the Château de Chenonceau, a piece of royal property that Catherine had wanted for herself. However, as long as the king lived, the Queen was powerless to change this...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzHrlX5qOHE
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...5&postcount=22I've read enough books and I barely see Katherine..I feel her eyes on me.. And those of her spies. Look at us. Forever reduced to meeting in secret like this. Speaking in whispers... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=584
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Old 22-05-2014, 01:45 AM   #122
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The Daily Express is a daily national middle market tabloid newspaper in the United Kingdom. It is the flagship title of Express Newspapers, a subsidiary of Northern & Shell (itself wholly owned by Richard Desmond). In March 2014 it had an average daily circulation of 488,246..Xpress Newspapers currently also publishes the Sunday Express (launched in 1918), Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday..The Daily Express was founded in 1900 by Sir Arthur Pearson. Pearson sold the title after losing his sight and it was bought in 1916 by the future Lord Beaverbrook. It was one of the first papers to carry gossip, sports, and women's features, and the first newspaper in Britain to have a crossword. It moved in 1931 to 120 Fleet Street, a specially commissioned art deco building. Under Beaverbrook the newspaper achieved a phenomenally high circulation, setting records for newspaper sales several times throughout the 1930s...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADEQukHxtqk


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Fiat was founded in 1899 by a group of investors, including Giovanni Agnelli. During its more than century-long history, Fiat has also manufactured railway engines and carriages, military vehicles, farm tractors, and aircraft. In 2013, Fiat (together with Chrysler) was the second largest European automaker by volumes produced, and the se7enth in the world ahead of Honda, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Suzuki, Renault and Daimler AG..Agnelli’s fashion sense stood out, even in a country like Italy, where dressing well and fashionably is generally perceived as very important.. His style has inspired and influenced menswear throughout the years in Italy and around the world. In his retirement speech, Milanese fashion designer Nino Cerruti named Agnelli as one of his biggest inspirations among James Bond and John F. Kennedy.. Esquire Magazine named Agnelli as 1 of 5 best dressed men in the history of the World..Agnelli's nickname of "The Rake of the Riviera", inspired the classical menswear magazine The Rake...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw-8AGRcyvk
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Old 22-05-2014, 02:16 AM   #123
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In the death-point consciousness between, the reality clear light manifested. But unfortunately, you did not recognize it, so you arrived here.. Now the spiritual reality consciousness between and the existence consciousness between will manifest for you... As I describe them, you must make every effort to recognize them without fail. Having been without your physcial body for a time, you are now proceeding. You have awakened in the confusion of anxiety with the worry asking yourself, "What is happening to me?" Recognize that you are in the spiritual between! Now, your life cycle is transcending and all things manifest as lights and deities....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97pOdo9Py8M

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All space manifests full of blue light. Now, from the central Buddha-land, All-pervading Drop, the Lord Vairochana appears before you, white bodied, sitting on a lion throne, holding in his hand an 8-spoked wheel, united with his consort Akasha Dhatvishvari. The natural purity of the consciousness mosaic, the blue light of the Reality Perfection wisdom, a clear and vivid color blue, frighteningly intense, shines piercingly from the heart center of the Vairochana couple, dazzling yours eyes unbearably..Simultaneously the soft white light of the gods shines upon you and penetrates you along with the bright blue light..Confused in the manifestation of the spiritual reality, you panic and are terrified of that

Bright Blue Light of Reality Perfection wisdom and you attempt to flee from it with facts.. You tend to feel an attraction to the soft white light of the gods, and you approach it..Listen! You must not panic at the blue light; the clear, piercing, brilliant, frightening supreme wisdom clear light! Do not fear it! It is the light ray of the Transcendent Lord, the Reality Perfection wisdom, the oneness of th Infinite Potential. Feel attracted to it with faith and reverence! Make it answer to your prayer, thinking, "It is the light ray of compassion of Lord Vairochana - I must take refuge in it!" It is the way Lord Vairochana comes to escort you through the straits of the spiritual between. It is the light ray of the compassion of Vairochana. Do not be enticed by the soft white light of the gods. Do not be attached to it! Do not long for it! If you cling to it, you will wander into the realm of the gods, and you will continue to cycle through the se7en realms of driven existence in the life cycle. It is an obstacle to merging into the Infinite oneness, the path of peace and harmony, so do not look upon it. Become devoted to the brilliant penetrating blue light, aim your intense willpower toward Vairochana...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...5&postcount=31Hey, immortal one you! Listen without wavering! In this 4th period, the red light that is the purity of the element of fire dawns. At this time, from the red western world of Sukhavate, the red Lord Amitabha appears before you seated on a peacock throne, carrying a lotus, in union with his consort Pandaravasini, attended by the male Bodhisattvas Avalokiteshvara and Manjushri and the female Bodhisattvas Gita and Aloka - a group of 6 Buddha deities in a background of rainbows and lights..the red light of the Discriminating wisdom, purity of the conceptual Mosaic, Red and Piercing, dazzling and clear, adorned with drops and droplets, shines from the heart of the Amitabha couple, precisely penetrating your heart center, unbearable to see with you eyes. Do not fear it!.But at that time you must fearlessly recognize that brilliant red, piercing, dazzling clear light as wisdom. Upon it place you mind, relaxing your awareness in the experience of nothing more to do. Or again be gladdened by it with faith and reverence!.. http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...postcount=1726

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Old 22-05-2014, 03:07 AM   #124
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Pandora's box is an artifact in Greek mythology, taken from the myth of Pandora's creation in Hesiod's Works and Days.. The "box" was actually a large jar (πίθος pithos) given to Pandora (Πανδώρα, "all-gifted", "all-giving"), which contained all the evils of the world..Today the phrase "to open Pandora's box" means to perform an action that may seem small or innocent, but that turns out to have severely detrimental and far-reaching consequences..The similarities of the story to the forbidden fruit in the story of Adam and Eve were identified by early Christians such as Tertullian, Origen and Gregory of Nazianzus..In classical Greek mythology, Pandora was the first woman on Earth. Zeus ordered Hephaestus to create her. So he did, using water and earth.. The gods endowed her with many gifts: Athena clothed her, Aphrodite gave her beauty, Apollo gave her musical ability, and Hermes gave her speech..



When Prometheus stole fire from heaven, Zeus took vengeance by presenting Pandora to Prometheus' brother Epimetheus. Pandora was given a wedding gift of a beautiful jar, with instructions to not open it under any circumstance. Impelled by her curiosity (given to her by the gods), Pandora opened it and all evil contained therein escaped and spread over the earth. She hastened to close the container, but the whole contents had escaped, except for one thing that lay at the bottom – the Spirit of Hope, named Elpis.. Pandora, deeply saddened by what she had done, feared she would have to face Zeus' Wrath, since she had failed her duty. However, Zeus did not punish Pandora...
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Purification of body..Place your hands in whatever position is comfortable for you and close your eyes. Visualize a white OM at the center of your brain, a red AH at your throat and a blue HUM at your heart. These letters are made of radiant light. If you can’t visualize these letters in Tibetan or Sanskrit, you can visualize them in English or any other language..Concentrate on the white OM in your brain.. Recognize that this white OM is the pure energy of the divine body of Louise Brooks..According to the Video intro, all of the scenes of Brooks in the video are from the original 1928 Movie-MTV Europe ranked "Pandora's Box" as the 55th greatest song of 1991...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMFKib_Byb8

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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=271573&page=3From the land beyond beyond... from the world past hope and fear... I bid you Genie, now appear.. For another such kiss, I'd invent a whole continent..I cannot return to the real world until I am called by my name after Italian Circus AcroBat and Tumbler PerforMing TriXie around 1881...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=628

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Old 07-06-2014, 08:13 AM   #125
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Lady Diana Spencer and Charles, Prince of Wales, became engaged in February 1981.. Her engagement ring consists of 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire set in 18-karat white gold. It was created by jeweler Garrard and cost at the time, 28,000 pounds sterling..Diana's selection of this ring for her engagement to the future King of the United Kingdom resulted in sensation involving curiosity like her decision to leave out a traditional wedding vow eventually would.. It sets itself apart from the engagement rings of nearly the rest of the British Royal Family, including the engagement ring of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, which consists of a ruby and diamonds that make up a rosebud design to honour her middle name, "Rose";and the engagement ring of Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, a wide and intricate engagement Ring set in coral and silver...

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Šoham (שֹׁהַם = in the masoretic text) / Beryllios (in the Septuagint) - in some other places the Septuagint instead has Onychion,or Smaragdos, or the phrase leek-green stone, where the masoretic reads Šoham; Beryllios refers to Beryl but earlier to the blue-green colour of the sea, Onychion refers to Onyx, and Smaragdos literally means green stone and refers to a bright columnar crystal (either Beryl or rock crystal)..Slabs of onyx (from the Atlas Mountains) were famously used by Mies van der Rohe in Villa Tugendhat at Brno (completed 1930) to create a shimmering semi-translucent interior wall.. Onyx is an opaque and banded stone, while Smaragdos is translucent, and Beryl is cloudy, and all these come in several colours..Šoham could be derived from the Assyrian word Samtu, meaning dark or cloudy; it could be derived from Arabic word meaning pale, in which case it fits more with Onyx and certain forms of Beryl, excluding the Emerald,the with Heliodor being the form of Beryl fitting the leek green description; it could be derived from the Arabic word musahham, meaning striped garment, and therefore very definitely describing something like Onyx; or it could be a place name, for example there is a place in the Yemen named Soheim..Jewish tradition generally favours leek-green Beryl (Heliodor) as the likely meaning of Šoham,though scholars think it is more likely to be Malachite, which can be green enough to be compared to Smaragdos and the blue-green colour of the sea (the original meaning of beryllios), is cloudy enough to be compared to a cloudy form of Beryl, and is striped and opaque enough to be confused for a form of Onyx.. According to Epiphanius’ Treatise on the 12 Stones (Epiphanius de Gemmis), the beryl was “white like a cloud.” Scholars point out that the Syriac form of the word is berūlā and/or belūra, the latter evidently going back to a Pahlevi form (the old Persian tongue), and all in turn to the Sanskrit = vaiḍūrya (Pali: veḷuriyaṁ), the gemstone which is called in English, "cat's eye, beryl," a variety of chalcedonic quartz that has a chatoyant lustre resembling the eye of a cat when cut..StePhen King's - Cat's Eye Sequence Re-Edited...
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Old 11-06-2014, 03:16 AM   #126
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Isabeau of Bavaria (also Elisabeth of Bavaria-Ingolstadt; c. 1370 – 24 September 1435) was Queen of France as the wife of King Charles VI, whom she married in 1385.. She was born into the old and prestigious House of Wittelsbach, the eldest daughter of Duke Stephen III of Bavaria-Ingolstadt and Taddea Visconti of Milan. Isabeau was sent to France when she was around 15 or 16, on approval to the young French king who liked her enough to marry her 3 days after meeting her..In 1389, Isabeau was honored with a lavish coronation ceremony and entry into Paris. Charles suffered the first attack of his lifelong progressive mental illness in 1392, and was forced to temporarily withdraw from government.. These episodes occurred with increasing frequency thereafter, leaving a court divided by political factions and steeped in social extravagances.. A 1393 masque for one of Isabeau's ladies-in-waiting—an event later known as Bal des Ardents—ended in disaster with the King almost burned to death..The procession lasted from morning to night..The streets were lined with tableaux vivants displayingscenes from the Crusades, Deësis and Gates of Paradise..More than a thousand burghers stood along the procession route; those on one side were dressed in green facing those on the opposite side in red. The procession began at the Porte de St. Denis, passing under a canopy of sky blue cloth beneath which children dressed as angels sang, wound into the Rue Saint-Denis before arriving at the Notre Dame for the coronation ceremony..As Tuchman describes the event,"So many wonders were to be seen and admired that it was evening before the procession crossed the bridge leading to Notre Dame and the climactic display...

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The masque was a form of festive courtly entertainment that flourished in 16th- and early 17th-century Europe, though it was developed earlier in Italy, in forms including the intermedio (a public version of the masque was the pageant). A masque involved music and dancing, singing and acting, within an elaborate stage design, in which the architectural framing and costumes might be designed by a renowned architect, to present a deferential allegory flattering to the patron..In English theatre tradition, a dumbshow is a masque-like interlude of silent pantomime usually with allegorical content that refers to the occasion of a play or its theme, the most famous being the pantomime played out in Hamlet (III.ii). in the 18th-century masques were even less frequently staged. "Rule, Britannia!" started out as part of Alfred, a masque about Alfred the Great co-written by James Thomson and David Mallet with music by Thomas Arne which was first performed at Cliveden, country house of Frederick, Prince of Wales. Performed to celebrate the third birthday of Frederick's daughter Augusta, it remains among the best-known British patriotic songs up to the present, while the masque of which it was originally part is only remembered by specialist historians..Lully was born in Florence, Grand Duchy of Tuscany, to a family of millers.. His general education and his musical training during his youth in Florence remain uncertain, but his adult handwriting suggests that he manipulated a quill pen with ease..The birth of each of Isabeau's 12 children is well chronicled; even the decoration schemes of the rooms in which she gave birth are described.. She had 6 sons and 6 daughters.. The first son, born in 1386, died as an infant and the last, Philip, born in 1407, lived a single day..3 others died young with only her youngest son, Charles VII, living to adulthood..5 of the six daughters survived;4 were married and one, Marie (1393–1438), was sent at age 4 to be raised in a convent, where she became prioress..According to modern historians Isabeau stayed in close proximity to the children during their childhood, had them travel with her, bought them gifts, wrote letters, bought devotional texts, and arranged for her daughters to be educated. She resisted separation and reacted against having her sons sent to other households to live (as was the custom at the time). Pintoin records she was dismayed at the marriage contract that stipulated her 3rd surviving son, John, be sent to live in Hainaut.. She maintained relationships with her daughtersafter their marriages, writing letters to them frequently..She sent them out of Paris during an outbreak of plague, staying behind herself with the youngest infant, John, too young to travel.. The Celestines allowed "whenever and as often as she liked, she and her could enter the monastery and church ... their vineyards and gardens, both for devotion and for entertainment and pleasure of herself and her children"..Isabeau's coronation was celebrated on 23 August 1389 with a lavish ceremonial entry into Paris. Her second cousin and sister-in-law Valentina Visconti, who had married her own cousin Louis of Orléans (Charles' younger brother), two years earlier by proxy and papal dispensation, arrived in style escorted across the Alps from Milan by 1,300 knights carrying personal luxuries such as books and a harp..The noblewomen in the coronation procession were dressed in lavish costumes with thread-of-gold embroidery and rode in litters escorted by knights.. Philip the Bold wore a doublet embroidered with 40 sheep and 40 swans, Each decorated with a Bell made of Pearls...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=176718&page=5I want to be what you are, see what you see, love what you love..Then, I give you life eternal.. Everlasting love.. The power of the storm... And the beasts of the earth..Fire Walk with me to be my loving W, forever..We've all become G's madmen, all of Us...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=167

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In clothing, a train describes the long back portion of a skirt, overskirt, or dress that trails behind the wearer. It is a common part of a woman's court dress, formal evening gowns or wedding dress..The term is also used for the highly elongated upper tail covert feathers used in display by male peafowl..In the Roman Catholic Church the cappa magna (literally, "great cape"), a form of mantle, is a voluminous ecclesiastical vestment with a long train. Cardinals, bishops, and certain other honorary prelates are entitled to wear the cappa magna..Cathedral train - also known as a monarch train, this can measure up to 8 feet (2.4 metres). A royal cathedral train is considered the longest, most formal train, measuring up to 10 Feet (3 metres) or More...

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The cappa magna is ample in volume and provided with a long train and a disproportionately large hood, the lining of the hood is ermine in winter and silk in summer, and was made in such a way as to completely cover not only the back, but also the breast and shoulders. The hood is functional and in earlier times was often placed on the head and covered with the galero. This used to be the custom when the pope created a new cardinal at a consistory. Nowadays, the hood is normally worn over the head only during penitential rites. Previously, cardinals who were members of specific religious orders would wear a cappa magna in the color of their order. Nowadays, all cardinals wear red..The Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem still uses the ermine-lined winter cappa, because he is bound by the complex and unalterable rules of the Status quo, an 1852 Ottoman firman which regulates the delicate relations between the various religious groups that care for the religious sites in the Holy Land.. This anomaly is most Evident at the Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in Bethlehem...

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The California Zephyr is a passenger train operated by Amtrak between Chicago, Illinois, and Emeryville, California, through Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. At 2,438 miles (3,924 km) it is Amtrak's longest route and one of the most scenic, with views of the upper Colorado River valley in the Rocky Mountains, and the Sierra Nevada..The first train was named in San Francisco by Eleanor Parker while California Lieutenant Governor Goodwin Knight, mayor of San Francisco Elmer Robinson, and WP President Harry A. Mitchell looked on. For the inaugural run in 1949, every female on the train was given "silver" and orange orchids flown from Hilo, Hawaii. The car hostesses were known as Zephyrettes..The California Zephyr was marketed (especially to families) as "...a vacation unto itself." Train hostesses, while not new to the industry in the late 1940s, were elevated to a new level on the CZ in the form of the Zephyrette. Zephyrettes were social directors, tour guides, babysitters, nurses, any role to ensure passengers had a memorable trip..About 12 were assigned at any one time to the CZ.. When Amtrak revived the California Zephyr in 1983 it invited a Zephyrette, Beulah Bauman, to host the first trip..A pair of the Western Pacific's Budd Rail Diesel Cars (RDCs), replacements for the Royal Gorge (trains No. 1 and 2), picked up the name Zephyrette..These were in service between September 17, 1950 and October 2, 1960..Leaving Chicago's Union Station the Willis Tower can be glimpsed as the train passes urban industrial zones and bricked residential streets. The Chicago suburbs are expansive but traversed within the first hour of the train's journey, stopping once in Naperville, Illinois..The train finally departs the now much larger Colorado River after exiting Ruby Canyon which is also where the train enters Utah...In Utah the train follows the southern rim of the Book Cliffs to their end near Helper. The train then crosses the Wasatch Mountains, cresting at Soldier Summit. After passing the Wasatch the train arrives at the Wasatch Front where most of the population of Utah is located..16th Spirit is Zepar. He is a Great Duke, and appeareth in Red Apparel and Armour, like a Soldier. His office is to cause Women to love Men, and to bring them together in love. He also maketh them barren.. He governeth 26 Legions of Inferior Spirits...

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The Corps of Discovery was a specially-established unit of the United States Army which formed the nucleus of the Lewis and Clark expedition that took place between May 1804 and September 1806\January 1 – Haiti gains independence from France and becomes the first black republic, having the only successful slave revolt ever/February – The 1804 Haiti Massacre, an ethnic cleansing, eradicates the white population on Haiti; it is not stopped until 22 April-14 – The First Serbian Uprising begins as an intro into Serbian Revolution-15 – New Jersey becomes the last northern state to abolish slavery-16 – First Barbary War: Stephen Decatur leads a raid to burn the pirate-held frigate USS Philadelphia at Tripoli to deny her further use by the captors-21 - The Cornishman Richard Trevithick's newly built "Penydarren" steam locomotive operates on the Merthyr Tramroad between Penydarren Ironworks in Merthyr Tydfil and Abercynon in South Wales, following several trials since February 13the world's first locomotive to work on rails\March 7 -John Wedgwood founds the Royal Horticultural Society-Thomas Charles is instrumental in founding the British and Foreign Bible Society -21 – The Napoleonic Code is adopted as French civil law/April 2 - 40 merchant vessels are wrecked when a convoy led by HMS Apollo runs aground off Portugal - 4 – Samuel Taylor Coleridge aboard The Speedwell sails to the Mediterranean-5 - High Possil meteorite, the first recorded meteorite to fall in Scotland in modern times, at Possil - Henry Addington resigns as Prime Minister\May 10 - William Pitt the younger begins his second term as Prime Minister/June 15 – The Twelfth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified by New Hampshire\July 11 – Alexander Hamilton is shot during a duel with Aaron Burr and dies the next day/September 1 –Asteroid Juno asteroid discovered -The Battle of Cape Santa Maria (also known as the "Battle of Cape St Mary"; in Spanish Batalla del Cabo de Santa María) was a naval action of 5 October 1804' that took place off the southern Portuguese coast, in which a British squadron under the command of Commodore Graham Moore attacked a Spanish squadron commanded by Brigadier Don José de Bustamante y Guerra, in time of peace, without declaration of war between the UK and Spain\November 3 – The Treaty of St. Louis is signed - 20 – Said bin Sultan, Sultan of Muscat and Oman starts to rule/December 2 – Coronation of Napoleon I: At the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, Napoleon crowns himself as the first Emperor of the French in a thousand years. Witnessing this, Simón Bolívar dedicates himself to liberating Venezuela from Spanish rule - 12 - Spain declares war on Britain - 21 December - Rochdale Canal opens, the first to cross the Pennines \Matthew Flinders recommends that New Holland be renamed Australia (from the Latin "australis" meaning "of the south")-World population reaches 1 billion people-1804 Snow hurricane (also known as the Storm of October 1804) was the first tropical cyclone in recorded history known to produce snowfall. An unusual late-season storm in 1804, it yielded vast amounts of snow, rain, and powerful Winds across the northeastern United States..
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The Sunday Express was launched in 1918.. It is currently edited by Martin Townsend.. Its circulation in March 2014 was 423,753..The Sunday Express was an English-language weekly newspaper published in Montreal..The paper was published by Midnight founder Joe Azaria, who also tried without success to turn the paper into a daily, under the name Daily Express..That experiment lasted less than a year, as the paper was unable to compete with the then-dominant Montreal Star and the second place Montreal Gazette (now Montreal's only English daily)..In 1974, the Sunday Express was acquired by Quebecor, which ran it until closing the paper in 1985..Petros Zerbisias immigrated from Greece to Canada arriving in Halifax in 1928. He settled in Montreal where he met his wife, Loula, where they owned and operated the Deli-Q restaurant..Antonia Zerbisias graduated from WaGaR High School..While focussing on entertainment, media and cultural issues for the bulk of her career.. Zerbisias has also taken positions in regards to the Middle East including the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and the IraQ War..On 8 March 2009, the Scottish edition of the Sunday Express published a front page article critical of survivors of the 1996 Dunblane massacre, entitled "Anniversary Shame of Dunblane Survivors"..The Daily Express has a reputation for consistently printing conspiracy theories about the death of Diana, Princess of Wales as front page news, earning it the nickname the Daily Ex-Princess; this has been satirised in Private Eye, the newspaper being labelled the Diana Express or the Di'ly Express, and has been attributed to Desmond's close friendship with regular Eye target Mohamed Fayed..The E Union directive calling for compact fluorescent bulbs to be made mandatory by 2012 has encouraged China to re-open deadly cinnabar mines to obtain the mercury required for CFL bulb manufacture. As a result, environmental dangers have been a concern, particularly in the southern cities of Foshan and Guangzhou, and in Guizhou province in the southwest...then the Moors Murderers moved in there, and uh, well, they changed the whole country...

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In the 2nd half of 2007 the Daily Express gave a large amount of coverage to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.. From 3 August 2007, the Express dedicated at least part of the next 100 front pages to Madeleine in a run that lasted until 10 November 2007. Of the 100, 82 of these were the main headline (often stylised by "MADELEINE" in red block capitals, plus a picture of the child)..Gianni Marcus Versace was born in Reggio Calabria, Italy, on 2 December 1946, where he grew up with his elder brother Santo and younger sister Donatella, along with their father and dressmaker mother, Francesca.. An older sister, Fortunata, nicknamed Tinuccia, died at the age of 9 from peritonitis..Alternative source says that this sister was named Tina and died at the age of 12 from an improperly treated tetanus infection...Versace was shot dead on 15 July 1997, aged 50, on the steps of his Miami Beach mansion as he returned from a morning walk on Ocean Drive. Usually, Versace would have an assistant from his home walk to the coffee shop to receive his morning papers, but on this morning he was in high spirits and took the chore upon himself. He was murdered by Andrew Cunanan, who used the same gun to commit suicide on a boat 8 days later. Police have said they do not know why Versace was killed."I don't know that we are ever going to know the answers," said Miami`s Beach Police Chief Richard Barreto.. Versace's body was cremated and his ashes returned to the family's estate near Cernobbio, Italy..The Continental Mark VII, later shortened to just Mark VII, was a rear wheel drive luxury coupe from Lincoln. Introduced in August 1983 for the 1984 model year, the Continental Mark VII shared its platform with the Ford Thunderbird, Mercury Cougar, and Lincoln Continental (the Ford Fox platform from the code name of the first program using the platform). The Fox platform was originally introduced for the 1978 Ford Fairmont and Mercury Zephyr..Mercury occurs in deposits throughout the world mostly as cinnabar (mercuric sulfide). The red pigment vermilion, a pure form of mercuric sulfide, is mostly obtained by reaction of mercury (produced by reduction from cinnabar) with sulfur.. Mercury poisoning can result from exposure to water-soluble forms of mercury (such as mercuric chloride or methylmercury), inhalation of mercury vapor, or Eating seafood contaminated with Mercury..Mercury was found in Egyptian tombs that date from 1500 BC..The ancient Greeks used mercury in ointments; the ancient Egyptians and the Romans used it in cosmetics which sometimes deformed the face.. In Lamanai, once a major city of the Maya civilization, a pool of mercury was found under a marker in a Mesoamerican ballcourt...
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Criminal mastermind Mr Smith is being pursued by Malcolm Philpott , the head of an international peace organisation.. When Mr Smith captures the Eiffel Tower and kidnaps the mother of the President of the United States , Philpott must enlist the help of spies to take him down..Mr Smith demands a ransom of $30 million without which he will blow up the tower and the President's mother. He has protected the tower from infiltration by stealing 4 high-power lasers which will shoot anyone entering who is not equipped with a protective device..Whale made only one more completed movie after that, a 1941 World War II romantic melodrama They Dare Not Love, starring George Brent, improbably cast as an exiled Austrian prince fighting the Nazis..American Aristocracy is a 1916 American silent adventure/comedy-drama film directed by Lloyd Ingraham and starring Douglas Fairbanks. A 35mm print of the Movie is preserved at the George Eastman House and is currently in the public domain...

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Originally constructed in 1926 as the Rialto Theatre, the building at 1135 13th Street had a number of occupants in its early years. The ownership record is nearly as convoluted as the list of business occupants.. The property was sold in April 1926 by William Beach to Adrian G. Diez, who constructed the building. He sold it in May 1927 to the Curran-Isis Theatres Company (Frank Ricketson and associates).. They sold in 1930 to the Fox Colorado Theatre Group, who in turn sold it in 1933 to the Fox Colorado Theatre Company. A quitclaim deed in 1935 resulted with the Boulder K & F Realty Company as the new owner. They sold it in 1946 to the Isis Theatre Company (also Fox Intermountain Theaters).. County Assessor’s records are not available until a transaction in 1978, when the building was sold by the National General Theaters to the Mann Theaters Corporation.. This company sold the property in 1988 to Cinamerica Theaters. In 1994, the present owner, Celtic Properties, purchased the building At 1135 13th Street...
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Earls Court is a district in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in central London, bordering the sub-districts of South Kensington to the east, West Kensington to the west, Chelsea to the south and Kensington to the north.. It is home to the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, one of the country's largest indoor arenas and a popular concert venue..Earls Court was once a rural area, covered with green fields and market gardens. The Saxon Thegn Edwin held the lordship of the area prior to the Norman Conquest. For over 500 years the land, part of the ancient manor of Kensington, was under the lordship of the Vere family, the Earls of Oxford and descendants of Aubrey de Vere I, who held the manor of Geoffrey de Montbray, bishop of Coutances, in Domesday Book in 1086. By circa 1095, his tenure had been converted, and he held Kensington directly of the crown. A church had been constructed there by 1104.. The earls held their manorial court where Old Manor Yard is now, just by the London Underground station.. Earls Court Farm is visible on Greenwood's map of London dated 1827..Following WWII a number of Polish immigrants settled in the Earls Court area leading to Earls Court Road being dubbed 'The Danzig Corridor'. During the late 1960s a large transient population of Australia and New Zealand travellers began to use Earls Court as a UK hub and over time it gained the name 'Kangaroo Valley'.. The name "Kangaroo Valley" lingers on in the usage of older ex-patriate Australasians and Australasian visitors, as does the alternative nickname "Kangaroo Court"..Howard Carter (1874–1939), English archaeologist, Egyptologist and primary Discoverer of the tomb of TUTankhamun, lived at 19 Collingham Gardens...

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Diana, Princess of Wales (1961–1997), the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales, lived at 60 Coleherne Court, Old Brompton Road, from 1979 to 1981.. The 3-bedroom flat was bought for her by her parents for £50,000 as an 18th birthday present. Diana, who shared the space with 3 room-mates who paid her £18 per week rent, once said it was where she spent the happiest time of her life.. Diana lived there until February 1981 when she moved into Clarence House, the Queen Mother's residence, on the night before her engagement to Prince Charles was officially announced.. In the 1990s, Diana regularly returned to the area to work out at Earls Court Gym (now part of the Soho Gyms chain) next to Earls Court underground station..Freddie Mercury (1946–91), lead singer with the rock group Queen, lived, and died, at a house at 1 Logan Place, just off the Earls Court Road..Stewart Granger (1913–1993), actor, was born in Coleherne Court, Old Brompton Road, and spent most of his childhood there..The Diana Chronicles is a 2007 book by Tina Brown on the life and death of Diana, Princess of Wales. It was released on 12 June 2007. The work's timing coincided with the increased attention Diana received leading up to the 10th anniversary of her death.. The author writes in a preface: The biography was based on over 250 interviews with Men and Women...
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Princess Diana feared the brakes of her car were going to be tampered with, 10 months before she died in a crash in Paris, her former butler has claimed..The princess allegedly wrote in a letter to Paul Burrell: "This phase in my life is the most dangerous"..She reportedly named someone who was "planning an accident in my car, brake failure and serious head injury"..The name of the alleged person has been blacked out by the newspaper for legal reasons..In the alleged letter, Princess Diana reportedly believed the plot was "in order to make the path clear for Charles to marry"...BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt said a key question remained about why Mr Burrell did not reveal the alleged letter earlier, particularly immediately after the fatal crash..He also did not reveal it during the French investigation, nor during his court case, although Mr Burrell could argue that he intended to but was acquitted before he had a chance to enter the witness box, Peter Hunt said.."Why didn't he reveal it during the week-long exclusive interview with the Daily Mirror last year, for which he received a considerable sum of money?..Today I've repeatedly heard how irrelevant my department has Beecome...
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Lady Diana Beauclerk (née Lady Diana Spencer; other married name Diana St John, Viscountess Bolingbroke) (1734–1808) was an English noblewoman and artist..She was the daughter of the Honourable Elizabeth Trevor (d. 1761) and Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough (1706–1758). Her siblings were George, Charles, and Elizabeth. She was raised at Langley Park, Buckinghamshire, where she was introduced to art at an early age. Joshua Reynolds, an artist, was a family friend..Part of a stipple engraving, published by John Boydell in 1782, after Lady Diana's 1779 drawing of her friend and cousin Georgiana Cavendish..She married Frederick St John, 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke (1734–1787) in 1757, and from 1762–1768 was Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Charlotte. She became widely known as 'Lady Di' (as did her namesake in the early 1980s)..Her marriage was unhappy and Bolingbroke was notoriously unfaithful. In February 1768 he petitioned for divorce on grounds of adultery. The petition required an act of parliament, which was passed the next month. Within 2 days she married Topham Beauclerk of Old Windsor..They had 4 children...

Beauclerk illustrated a number of literary productions, including Horace Walpole's tragedy The Mysterious Mother, the English translation of Gottfried August Bürger's Leonora (1796) and The Fables of John Dryden (1797). After 1785 she was one of a circle of women, along with Emma Crewe and Elizabeth Templetown (1746/7-1823), whose designs for Josiah Wedgwood were made into bas-reliefs on jasper ornaments..Her husband died in 1780 and, due to restricted finances, she began to lead a more retired life. She died in 1808 and was buried in Richmond..In the mid-1990s a portrait of her hung in Kenwood House, on Hampstead Heath in London, with the caption: "Lady Diana Spencer, known chiefly for the unhappiness of her first marriage"..Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough KG, PC (22 November 1706 – 20 October 1758), known as The Earl of Sunderland between 1729 and 1733, was a British soldier and politician from the
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The name Buckinghamshire is Anglo-Saxon in origin and means The district (scire) of Bucca's home. Bucca's home refers to Buckingham in the north of the county, and is named after an Anglo-Saxon landowner.. The county has been so named since about the 12th century; however, the county has existed since it was a subdivision of the kingdom of Mercia (585–919)..Historically, the biggest change to the county came in the 19th century, when a combination of cholera and famine hit the rural county, forcing many to migrate to larger towns to find work. Not only did this alter the local economic situation, it meant a lot of land was going cheap at a time when the rich were more mobile and leafy Bucks became a popular rural idyll: an image it still has today.. Buckinghamshire is a popular home for London commuters, leading to greater local affluence; however, some pockets of relative deprivation remain..A40: parallels M40 through south Bucks and continues to Central London..The main branch of the Grand Union Canal passes through the county as do its arms to Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover and Buckingham .. The canal has been incorporated into the landscaping of Milton Keynes..The county council was founded in 1889 with its base in new municipal buildings in Walton Street, Aylesbury (which are still there). In Buckinghamshire, local administration is run on a two-tier system where public services are split between the county council and a series of district councils..In the 1960s the council moved into new premises: a 15-storey tower block in the centre of Aylesbury designed by architect Fred PooLey.. Said to be one of the most unpopular and disliked buildings in Buckinghamshire,it is now a Grade II listed building..Buckinghamshire County Council is a large employer in the County and provides a variety of services, including education (schools, adult education and youth services), social services, highways, libraries, County Archives and Record Office, the County Museum and the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery in Aylesbury..The coat of arms of Buckinghamshire County Council features a white swan in chains..Above the swan is a gold band, in the centre of which is Whiteleaf Cross, representing the many ancient landmarks of the county.., representing the many ancient landmarks of the county. The shield is surmounted by a beech tree, representing the Chiltern Forest that once covered almost half the county.. Either side of the shield are a buck, for Buckingham, and a swan, the county symbol..The motto of the shield is Vestigia Nulla Retrorsum...
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Louis XVI (23 August 1754 – 21 January 1793) was King of France and Navarre from 1774 until 1791, after which he was subsequently King of the French from 1791 to 1792, before his deposition and execution during the French Revolution. His father, Louis, Dauphin of France, was the son and heir apparent of Louis XV of France. As a result of the Dauphin's death in 1765, Louis succeeded his grandfather in 1774..The first part of Louis' reign was marked by attempts to reform France in accordance with Enlightenment ideals. These included efforts to abolish serfdom, remove the taille, and increase tolerance toward non-Catholics. The French nobility reacted to the proposed reforms with hostility, and successfully opposed their implementation; increased discontent among the common people ensued. From 1776 Louis XVI actively supported the North American colonists, who were seeking their independence from Great Britain, which was realized in the 1783 Treaty of Paris..

Louis-Auguste de France, who was given the title Duc de Berry at birth, was born in the Palace of Versailles. Out of se7en children, he was the third son of Louis, the Dauphin of France, and thus the grandson of Louis XV of France and of his consort, Maria Leszczyńska. His mother was Marie-Josèphe of Saxony, the daughter of Frederick Augustus II of Saxony, Prince-Elector of Saxony and King of Poland...On 16 May 1770, at the age of fifteen, Louis-Auguste married the fourteen-year-old Habsburg Archduchess Maria Antonia (better known by the French form of her name, Marie Antoinette), his second cousin once removed and the youngest daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and his wife, the formidable Empress Maria Theresa..For the young couple, the marriage was initially amiable but distant. Louis-Auguste's shyness and, among other factors, the young age and inexperience of the newlyweds, who were near total strangers to each other - having met only two days prior to their wedding -, meant that the 15-year old bridegroom failed to consummate the union with his 14-year old bride. His fear of being manipulated by her for Imperial purposes caused him to behave coldly towards her in public.. Over time, the couple became closer, though while their marriage was reportedly consummated in July 1773, it was not in fact really so until 1777..Nevertheless, the royal couple failed to produce any children for several years after their wedding, placing a strain upon their marriage, whilst the situation was worsened by the publication of obscene pamphlets (libelles) which mocked the infertility of the pair. One questioned, "Can the King do it? Can't the King do it?"...

The reasons behind the couple's initial failure to have children were debated at that time, and they have continued to be so since. One suggestion is that Louis-Auguste suffered from a physiological dysfunction,most often thought to be phimosis, a suggestion first made in late 1772 by the royal doctors.. Historians adhering to this view suggest that he was circumcised (a common treatment for phimosis) to relieve the condition seven years after their marriage. Louis's doctors were not in favour of the surgery – the operation was delicate and traumatic, and capable of doing "as much harm as good" to an adult male. The argument for phimosis and a resulting operation is mostly seen to originate from Stefan Zweig, who is now known to have given undue prominence to evidence suggesting that Louis had phimosis, and to have suppressed other evidence that contradicted that interpretation. Zweig, a novelist not an historian, was influenced by the theories of his close friend Sigmund Freud, and argued that Antoinette's notorious frivolity and spendthrift ways resulted from her sexual frustration in the first se7en years of her marriage...

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Phimosis , from the Greek phimos (φῑμός "muzzle"), is a condition in males where the foreskin cannot be fully retracted over the glans penis.. The term may also refer to clitoral phimosis in women, whereby the clitoral hood cannot be retracted, limiting exposure of the glans clitoridis..At birth, the foreskin is fused to the glans and is not retractable. Huntley et al. state that "non-retractability can be considered normal for males up to and including adolescence"..Normal developmental non-retractability does not cause any problems. Phimosis is deemed pathological when it causes problems, such as difficulty urinating or performing normal sexual functions. There are numerous causes of so-called pathological phimosis. Common treatments include steroid creams, manual stretching, changing masturbation habits, preputioplasty, and circumcision...In spite of all their earlier difficulty, the royal couple became the parents of four children. Marie Antoinette's lady-in-waiting, Mme Campan, notes a miscarriage the queen suffered after the birth of her first child, an incident dated to July 1779 by a letter to the queen from the empress. Mme Campan states that Louis spent an entire morning consoling his wife at her bedside, and swore to secrecy everyone who knew of the incident. Marie Antoinette suffered a second miscarriage at the beginning of November 1783...

Louis was officially arrested on 13 August 1792, and sent to the Temple, an ancient fortress in Paris that was used as a prison. On 21 September, the National Assembly declared France to be a Republic and abolished the Monarchy. Louis was stripped of all of his titles and honours, and from this date was known as simply Citoyen Louis Capet..On 11 December, among crowded and silent streets, the deposed king was brought from the Temple to stand before the Convention and hear his indictment, an accusation of high treason and crimes against the State. On 26 December, his counsel, Raymond de Sèze, delivered Louis' response to the charges, with the assistance of François Tronchet and Malesherbes..On 15 January 1793, the Convention, composed of 721 deputies, voted on the verdict. Given overwhelming evidence of Louis's collusion with the invaders, the verdict was a foregone conclusion – with 693 deputies voting guilty, none for acquittal, with 23 abstaining...



As Louis XVI mounted the scaffold, he appeared dignified and resigned. He delivered a short speech in which he reasserted his innocence ("I pardon those who are the cause of my death.... ") He declared himself innocent of the crimes he was accused of, praying that his blood would not fall back on France.. Many accounts suggest Louis XVI’s desire to say more, but Antoine-Joseph Santerre, a general in the National Guard, halted the speech by ordering a drum roll. The former king was then quickly beheaded.. Some accounts of Louis's beheading indicate that the blade did not sever his neck entirely the first time. There are also accounts of a blood-curdling scream issuing from Louis after the blade fell but this is unlikely, since the blade severed Louis's spine. It is agreed that while Louis's blood dripped to the ground many members of the crowd ran forward to dip their handkerchiefs in it.. This account was proven true in 2012 after a DNA comparison linked blood thought to be from Louis XVI's beheading to DNA taken from tissue samples originating from what was long thought to be the mummified head of Henry IV of France.. The blood sample was taken from a gourd carved to commemorate the heroes of the French Revolution that had, according to legend, been used to house Louis's blood...
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Leylines are used to get the largest effects from - not only - crimes. These are seemingly mainly magnetic micropulsation lines, according to K. Piontzik (but I suppose deeply interwoven with the other bio forces). Practical experiments show that orgonite put there has probably the most positive effect. Orgonite IMO is nothing other than a lasting strong mixture resembling M. Gienger's healing stones. And I think orgonite is about harmonic (healthy) ultrasonic waves and infrared. I regard this topic as quantum physical tilt-over effect (harmonic acoustic and optical crystal lattice vibrations [and other self-oscillations] versus anharmonic/irregular lattice vibrations).
Those people who claim 'Ley lines etc. are esoteric fraud' are either deliberate liars, or silly distributors of untruths now (sheeple).
I don't think her death was anything to do with a sacrifice at a leyline. Personally if people who run the world want to make a sacrifice then surely they would have secret locations where it could be done with total privacy, etc.

As Diana didn't even die in the tunnel then it would have been a pointless exercise anyway
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The Gnomon of Saint-Sulpice is an astronomical measurement device located in the Church of Saint-Sulpice (Église Saint-Sulpice) in Paris, France.. It is a gnomon, a device designed to cast a shadow on the ground in order to determine the position of the sun in the sky. In early modern times, other gnomons were also built in several Italian and French churches in order to better calculate astronomical events..The gnomon of Saint-Sulpice is composed of different parts that span the breadth of the transept of the church. The Church itself is a huge building, the second largest church in Paris after Notre-Dame de Paris..The sunlight passes through a small round opening in the southern stained-glass window of the transept, at a height of 25 metres, forming a small light disk on the floor; this disk will cross the meridian each time the sun reaches its zenith at true noon.. The sun will cross different parts of the meridian depending the time of year, as the sun will be more or less high in the sky at noon.. A point on the meridian is marked with a gold disk which shows the position of the sun at an equinox. It is located right in front of the altar..A ritual "is a sequence of activities involving gestures, words, and objects, performed in a sequestered place, and performed according to set sequence"...

The dating of Easter was modeled on that of the Jewish Passover, which marks the liberation of the Jews from Egypt and which traditionally falls in the Jewish lunar calendar on the 14th of the month of Nisan, the day of the first full moon after the vernal (spring) equinox..Roman Christians however had a twelve month calendar, first the Julian calendar until 1582, and then the Gregorian calendar. Since the Council of Nicaea in 325, the Western Church had required that Easter be celebrated on the Sunday on or after the full moon following March 21, which at that time corresponded indeed to the vernal equinox and autumnal equinox: these classical names are direct derivatives of Latin (ver = spring and autumnus = autumn).. These names are based on the seasons, and can be ambiguous since seasons of the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere are opposites, and the vernal equinox of one hemisphere is the autumnal equinox of the other..A similar gnomon built to calculate the exact date of Easter also exists in the Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri in Rome.. Commissioned by Pope Clement XI, it was designed by Francesco Bianchini and
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The Reign of Terror (5 September 1793 – 28 July 1794), also known simply as The Terror (French: la Terreur), was a period of violence that occurred after the onset of the French Revolution, incited by conflict between rival political factions, the Girondins and the Jacobins, and marked by mass executions of "enemies of the revolution".. The death toll ranged in the tens of thousands, with 16,594 executed by guillotine (2,639 in Paris),and another 25,000 in summary executions across France...March equinox and September equinox: names referring to the times of the year when such equinoxes occur.. These are without the ambiguity as to which hemisphere is the context, but are still not universal as not all people use a solar-based calendar where the equinoxes occur every year in the same month (as they do not in the Islamic calendar and Hebrew calendar, for example), and the names are not useful for other planets (Mars, for example), even though these planets do have seasons..Activities appealing to supernatural beings are easily considered rituals, although the appeal may be quite indirect or subtle, expressing only a generalized belief in the existence of the sacred demanding a human response..The performance of ritual creates a theatrical-like frame around the activities, symbols and events that shape participant's experience and cognitive ordering of the world, simplifying the chaos of life and imposing a more or less coherent system of categories of meaning onto it..In religion, a ritual can comprise the prescribed outward forms of performing the cultus, or cult, of a particular observation within a religion or religious denomination...

The Lodge Les Neuf Sœurs was a prominent lodge attached to the Grand Orient de France that was particularly influential in organising French support for the American Revolution and later in the intellectual ferment that preceded the French Revolution. Benjamin Franklin was a member of this Lodge when he was serving as liaison in Paris..Some notable French revolutionaries were Freemasons, including Voltaire, Marquis de Lafayette, Marquis de Condorcet, Mirabeau, Georges Danton, the Duke of Orléans, and Hébert..Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, a leader of the Liberal Aristocracy, was the Grand Master of the Grand Orient at the time of the French Revolution..The Catholic Encyclopedia alleges that the Masonic book La Franc-Maçonnerie, écrasée in 1746 predicted the program of the French Revolution,and claims to quote documents of the Grand Orient of France where Freemasonry claims credit for the French Revolution..In France Napoleon III established a dictatorship over official French Freemasonry, appointing first Prince Lucien Murat and later Marshal Magnan to closely supervise Freemasonry and suppress any hints of opposition to the regime..In 1877, at the instigation of the Protestant pastor Frédéric Desmons, it allowed those who had no belief in a Supreme being to be admitted.. The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) and related Lodges regarded belief in the Supreme Being as a Masonic Landmark..It was the French revolution that gave the Jews the opportunity to burst through into the forefront of world politics for the first time since the fall of Jerusalem in 70 A.D...



The Beni Ali massacre took place in the mountain hamlet of Beni Ali, 40 miles south of Algiers near Chrea, on 26 August 1997. 64 (according to the New York Times and CNN) or 100 people (according to Amnesty International) were killed. Just three days later came the even larger Rais massacre. According to CNN, "one girl who escaped with bullet wounds said a gang leader ordered his men to 'take the most beautiful girls and kill all the rest'"..27 August – An international survey shows that British rail fares are the most expensive in the world and have risen by 12% since privatisation.The Rais massacre, of August 29, 1997, was one of Algeria's bloodiest massacres of the 1990s.. It took place at the village of Rais, near Larbaa and south of Algiers. The initial official death toll was 98 people killed and 120 wounded; CNN said that hospital workers and witnesses gave a toll of at least 200, and up to 400. The figure given by the Algerian government to the UN Commission on Human Rights was 238.. The BBC later quoted the figure of 800 killed..The Beni Messous massacre took place on the night of September 5, 1997, in Sidi Youssef, an outlying neighborhood of the town of Beni Messous. At least 87 people were killed..The International Olympic Committee picks Athens, Greece to be the host city for the 2004 Summer Olympics..Mother Teresa, Albanian missionary and humanitarian, dies (b. 1910)...September 6 - The funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, takes place at Westminster Abbey, watched by over 2 billion people worldwide-A Jean Michel Jarre Oxygene in Moscow concert, celebrating the city's 850th anniversary, draws 3.5 million people\7 – The F-22 Raptor makes its first test flight -Raptor is a single-seat, twin-engine, all weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the United States Air Force (USAF). The result of the USAF's Advanced Tactical Fighter program, the aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but has additional capabilities including ground attack, electronic warfare, and signals intelligence roles.. Lockheed Martin is the prime contractor and is responsible for the majority of the airframe, weapon systems, and final assembly of the F-22.. Program partner Boeing provides the wings, aft fuselage, avionics integration, and training systems..
Program cost US$66.7 billion...
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The 4th arrondissement of Paris (also known as "arrondissement de l'Hôtel-de-Ville") is one of the 20 arrondissements of the capital city of France..Situated on the Right Bank of the River Seine, it is bordered to the west by the 1st arrondissement; to the north by the 3rd, to the east by the 11th and 12th, and to the south by the Seine and the 5th...

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The Île de la Cité has been inhabited since the 1st century BC, when it was occupied by the Parisii tribe of the Gauls. The Right Bank was first settled in the early Middle Ages (exactly: In the 5th century).. Since the end of the 19th century, le Marais has been populated by a significant Jewish population, the Rue des Rosiers being at the heart of its community, with a handful of kosher restaurants. Since the 1990s, gay culture has made an impact on the arrondissement, opening a number of bars and cafés in the area by the town hall..L’hôtel Raoul est un ancien hôtel particulier parisien situé au no 6 de la rue Beautreillis..Raoul is a French variant of the male given name Ralph, and is also a surname..The Raoul (Greek: Ῥαούλ) was a Byzantine aristocratic family of Norman origin, prominent during the Palaiologan period. From the 14th century on, they were also known as Ralles (Ῥάλλης). The feminine form of the name was Raoulaina (Ῥαούλαινα)..They used a hotel that Raoul somehow came to own, the Red Creek Lodge..Raoul Whalen is a sociopathic killer who appeared in Alchemy ..Modern discussions of alchemy are generally split into an examination of its exoteric practical applications and its esoteric aspects...
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Operation Paget was the Metropolitan Police inquiry, led by Lord Stevens of Kirkwhelpington, which investigated the various conspiracy theories surrounding the deaths of Diana, Princess of Wales and Dodi Fayed on 31 August 1997. Its first report with the findings of the criminal investigation was published on 14 (2x7) December 2006.. The inquiry was wound up following the conclusion of the British inquest into the deaths on 7 April 2008 in which a jury delivered its verdict of an "unlawful killing" by chauffeur Henri Paul and the pursuing paparazzi..The first police patrol officers arrived at 12.30. Shortly afterwards, the se7en paparazzi on the scene were arrested. Diana was removed from the car at 1:00 am. She then went into cardiac arrest...

Because of public interest in Diana, the Metropolitan Police decided to publish the report on the internet, although it had been drafted as an internal police document.. The criminal investigation had a final cost of 3.69 million pounds (US$7.27 million)....

Diana's death occurred at a time when internet use in the developed world was booming, and several national newspapers and at least one British regional newspaper had already launched online news services. BBC News had set up online coverage of the general election earlier in 1997 and as a result of the widespread public and media attention that Diana's death resulted in, BBC News swiftly created a website featuring news coverage of Diana's death and the events that followed it..By 10 September, the pile of flowers outside Kensington Gardens was 5 feet (1.5 m) deep in places and the bottom layer had started to compost...

Diana received a lump sum settlement of around £17 million along with a clause standard in royal divorces preventing her from discussing the details..The inquests officially began on 2 October 2007 with the swearing of a jury of 6 women and 5 men..Diana was ranked third in the 2002 Great Britons poll sponsored by the BBC and voted for by the British public, after Sir Winston Churchill (1st) (her cousin), and Isambard Kingdom Brunel (2nd), just above Charles Darwin (4th), William Shakespeare (5th), and Isaac Newton (6th)...

Prince William comforted his mother, and he was said to have wanted to let her have the style of Her Royal Highness again. He was reported to have said: "Don't worry, Mummy, I will give it back to you one day when I am King"...
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The Diana of Versailles is a slightly over lifesize marble statue of the Greek goddess Artemis (Latin: Diana), with a deer, located in the Musée du Louvre, Paris.. It is a Roman copy (1st or 2nd century AD) of a lost Greek bronze original attributed to Leochares, c. 325 BC..The statue is also known as Diana à la Biche, Diane Chasseresse ("Diana Huntress"), Artemis of the Chase, and Artemis with the Hind..Diana is represented as a slender and masculine huntress, attended by a smaller than life buck (male deer) in vibrancy of life. She looks toward the right, perhaps towards the very deer, as with raised right arm she draws an arrow from the quiver. Her left hand can be seen to be holding the part of a bow, the remainder missing, in position for striking; the missing bow transforming the image into a simple pastoral one from one symbolic of huntress and prey. She wears a short Dorian chiton, a himation around her waist, and sandals..A miniature replica of the statue stood on the fireplace mantle in the Titanic's first class lounge...
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The Temple of Diana in ancient Rome was a Roman temple which, according to the early semi-legendary history of Rome, was built in the 6th century BC during the reign of the king Servius Tullius..According to Livy, word had come to Rome of the new and glorious temple of Artemis at Ephesus, and it was told that the temple had been constructed through the combined effort of the cities of Asia Minor. The king of Rome, Servius Tullius, extolled the virtues of such an act of concord to the cities of the Latins, and convinced them to work with the Roman people to build a temple to Diana in Rome.. The temple was built upon the Aventine Hill..Soon after the construction of the temple, a cow of remarkable beauty and size was born to the head of a Sabine family. It was foretold by the augurs that sovereignty would come to the city whose citizen sacrificed the cow to Diana. Accordingly, the Sabine man took the cow to the temple of Diana in Rome, and led her to the altar. However, before he could sacrifice her, the Roman priest of the temple confronted him, and asked whether he would make the sacrifice with impure hands, imploring the man to go and cleanse his hands in the Tiber. Once the Sabine had left the temple to go to the Tiber, the priest immediately sacrificed the cow, to the great satisfaction of Rome and its king..Later temple dedications often took as their model the ritual formulas and cult regulations devised for the Temple of Diana on the Aventine...
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