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Old 14-11-2012, 08:16 PM   #341
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Thanks for that clip Lightgiver, appreciated I wonder if that man has ever been found again? What an 'old school' method the P2's used for ID verification at the bank! It would be very interesting to know how long the P2 has existed - deep in the darkest heart of Roman Catholic territory, no less.. The lodges I'm interested in finding out more about are two other ones that were recorded in Paris and Lyon in 1535 - and said to have been Scottish Freemasonic Lodges. Ignatius Loyoula, one of the Jesuit founders, was hanging around in Paris at the same time - having unofficially started up his Order only the year before, with Fransisco Xavier and others. I am trying to work out if their Order had a connection with the Scottish Lodges in Lyon and Paris - and suspect that the leader of the Prostetant Movement, John Calvin may have also. Another person I am looking to triangulate into the mix is one Joseph Nasi.

The reason I'm looking into it is that I suspect that a pro-reformation lawyer/doctor called Micheal Servetus was killed because of the association that may have existed between the Jesuit Order, Joseph Nasi and John Calvin. I think they were sweeping Servetus out of the Reformation Movement because they knew he would not have acted as an inside pawn on their behalf. On the face of it, John Calvin is known to have had him killed (by dobbing him in to The Inquisition) - but I can't help but shake the idea that John Calvin was in with the Jesuits and Joseph Nasi and that they all wanted rid of Servetus because he was the only other serious contender for the position of philosophical/theological leader of the Prostetant Movement. Basically, I"m trying to establish if John Calvin was the total Jesuit/Askenasi puppet that I think he was!

Thanks the same and if you ever hear about those Scottish Lodges in Paris and Lyon, 1535, I'd be very grateful for a heads up! Meantime I'm still ferreting about and enjoying this thread, Cheers!
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Old 14-11-2012, 08:39 PM   #342
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Banking in the modern sense of the word can be traced to medieval and early Renaissance Italy, to the rich cities in the north like Florence, Venice and Sialkot Genoa. The Bardi and Peruzzi families dominated banking in 14th century Florence, establishing branches in many other parts of Europe. One of the most famous Italian banks was the Medici Bank, set up by Giovanni di Bicci de' Medici in 1397. The earliest known state deposit bank, Banco di San Giorgio (Bank of St. George), was founded in 1407 at Genoa, Italy.
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FEW things annoy Vatican officials more than lurid novels that depict the papacy as the secretive heart of a global conspiracy. Pope Benedict XVI's most senior official, his secretary of state, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, this month accused journalists of trying to imitate the American writer, Dan Brown, author of the preposterous—and bestselling—“The Da Vinci Code”. But it was not reporters who put the papal butler, Paolo Gabriele, in a four-by-four-metre cell, accused of leaking a stream of confidential letters. Nor was it they who, the next day, fired the head of the Vatican Bank, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, and published a blistering statement accusing him of failing to do his job. An Italian police investigation, in which documents were seized from Mr Gotti Tedeschi on June 5th, has stoked fears of more scandal. He has since been quoted as saying he fears for his life.Behind the rows is an intense and vituperative power struggle to determine the nature of the next papacy. It is largely waged in and around the Vatican's financial institutions. The Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), to give the Vatican bank its formal title, is no stranger to controversy. In the 1980s it was accused of involvement in financial skulduggery and responsibility for the still-mysterious death of a prominent Italian banker, Roberto Calvi.
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In Buddhist teachings, greed, hatred, and delusion are known, for good reason, as the three poisons, the three unwholesome roots, and the three fires. These metaphors suggest how dangerous afflictive thoughts and emotions can be if they are not understood and transformed. Greed refers to our selfishness, misplaced desire, attachment, and grasping for happiness and satisfaction outside of ourselves. Hatred refers to our anger, our aversion and repulsion toward unpleasant people, circumstances, and even toward our own uncomfortable feelings. Delusion refers to our dullness, bewilderment, and misperception; our wrong views of reality. The poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion are a byproduct of ignorance—ignorance of our true nature, the awakened heart of wisdom and compassion. Arising out of our ignorance, these poisonous states of mind then motivate nonvirtuous and unskillful thoughts, speech, and actions, which cause all manner of suffering and unhappiness for ourselves and others...
The family funded Cecil Rhodes in the creation of the African colony of Rhodesia. From the late 1880s onwards, the family took over control of the Rio Tinto mining company.The Japanese government approached the London and Paris families for funding during the Russo-Japanese War. The London consortium's issue of Japanese war bonds would total £11.5 million (at 1907 currency rates; £902 million in 2012 currency terms) The soon to be British Prime Minister Lloyd George claimed, in 1909, that Lord Nathan Rothschild was the most powerful man in Britain.The C M de Rothschild & Figli bank arranged substantial loans to the Papal States and to various Kings of Naples plus the Duchy of Parma and the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. However, in the 1830s, Naples followed Spain with a gradual shift away from conventional bond issues that began to affect the bank's growth and profitability. The Unification of Italy in 1861, with the ensuing decline of the Italian aristocracy who had been the Rothschild's primary clients, eventually brought about the closure of their Naples bank, due to declining forecasts for long-term business sustainability. However, in the early 19th century, the Rothschild family of Naples built up close relations with the Vatican Bank, and the association between the family and the Vatican continued into the 20th century. In 1832, when Pope Gregory XVI was seen meeting Carl von Rothschild, observers were shocked that Rothschild was not required to kiss the Pope's feet, as was then required for all other visitors to the Pope, including monarchs...

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Paul Johnson writes "[T]he Rothschilds are elusive. There is no book about them that is both revealing and accurate. Libraries of nonsense have been written about them... A woman who planned to write a book entitled Lies about the Rothschilds abandoned it, saying: 'It was relatively easy to spot the lies, but it proved impossible to find out the truth'". He writes that, unlike the court Jews of earlier centuries, who had financed and managed European noble houses, but often lost their wealth through violence or expropriation, the new kind of international bank created by the Rothschilds was impervious to local attacks. Their assets were held in financial instruments, circulating through the world as stocks, bonds and debts. Changes made by the Rothschilds allowed them to insulate their property from local violence: "Henceforth their real wealth was beyond the reach of the mob, almost beyond the reach of greedy monarchs."
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Old 14-11-2012, 09:00 PM   #343
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Michael Alphonsius Shen Fu-Tsung, also Michel Sin, Michel Chin-fo-tsoung, Shen Fo-tsung, Shen Fuzong (Chinese: 沈福宗, died 1691), was a Qing Chinese mandarin from Nanjing and a convert to Catholicism who was brought to Europe by the Flemish Jesuit priest Philippe Couplet, Procurator of the China Jesuit Missions in Rome. They left Macao in 1681 and visited together the Southern Netherlands, the Papal States, France and England. He later became a Jesuit in Portugal ...
Michael Shen Fu-Tsung arrived with Philippe Couplet by boat from Macao in October 1682. They visited the city and the family where Couplet was born, in Mechelen. They then left for Rome, where Couplet tried to obtain a Papal authorization to celebrate mass in Chinese.Shen was presented to king Louis XIV on September 15, 1684, and he demonstrated how to use chopsticks and how to write Chinese characters. He is described as participating in a royal dinner with Couplet, wearing green silk with deep blue brocade, decorated with Chinese dragons. They also visited the Maison royale de Saint-Louis, where they set up a display of Chinese silk portraits.
After his visit in France, Shen Fu-Tsung also went to Oxford where he met with Thomas Hyde in 1685, and he taught him some Chinese. Shen Fu-Tsung apparently communicated in Latin.Shen Fu-Tsung also met with King James II. It is the first recorded instance of a Chinese man visiting Britain. The king was so delighted by this visit that he had his portrait made, and had it hung in his bedroom.Shen Fu-Tsung was able to catalogue the Chinese books that were present in the Bodleian Library, and to describe their content, something which nobody had been able to do until then. He also showed the librarian the correct way to hold a Chinese book, starting with which way was up.Shen Fu-Tsung left England in 1688 and went to Lisbon, where he entered the Society of Jesus. He died as he was returning to China, somewhere near Portuguese Mozambique, in 1691...


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Lutheranism is a major branch of Western Christianity that identifies with the theology of Martin Luther, a German reformer. Luther's efforts to reform the theology and practice of the Roman Catholic Church launched the Protestant Reformation. Beginning with the 95 Theses, Luther's writings were disseminated internationally, spreading the ideas of the Reformation beyond the ability of governmental and churchly authorities to control it..
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The split between the Lutherans and the Roman Catholics began with the Edict of Worms in 1521, which officially excommunicated Luther and all of his followers.The divide centered over the doctrine of Justification. Lutheranism advocates a doctrine of justification "by grace alone through faith alone because of Christ alone," which went against the Roman view of "faith formed by love", or "faith and works"...Lutheranism has its roots in the efforts of Martin Luther who sought to reform the Western Church to a more biblical foundation...

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Through one of the links you sent out, I discovered (what I consider to be) a very interesting person, namely Alan Watt ... He has been a regular guest on Jackie Patru’s “Sweet Liberty”, and on 011805 the following conversation took place:

JP: How do the Jesuits figure into this? When you mentioned Venice, I read quite a long thing about their control of trade and commerce in Venice.

AW: Well, the Jesuits, they have their PR segment that started out to fight this new thing created by one of their members, Martin Luther, this protestant sect…

JP: Was he a Jesuit?

AW: He definitely was a Rosicrucian, in fact, that’s on his coat of arms, his family crest, the rose and cross…

JP: Martin Luther? [Laughs]

AW: Uh-huh, and, of course, the Catholic Church at that time was burning everybody who it didn’t like. All it did with Martin Luther was call him in for a few questions and let him go. So why did they let him go? That was because it was the right time to create an opposition for the upcoming industrial age in creating the protestant sect with the protestant work ethic. That was important… [At this point, Alan Watt gets disconnected and the line goes dead][/url]
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[T]he Son of God, did assume the human nature in the womb of the blessed Virgin Mary, so that there are two natures, the divine and the human, inseparably enjoined in one Person, one Christ, true God and true man, who was born of the Virgin Mary, truly suffered, was crucified, dead, and buried, that He might reconcile the Father unto us, and be a sacrifice, not only for original guilt, but also for all actual sins of men..
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From 1845 to 1872 what is now the Zion Congregation was a branch of the Ebenezer Congregation. By 1872 the branch had become a tree and ready to pull out from the mother congregation to rear children of her own. In time, two congregations came mainly from this congregation: namely, Miller Chapel, 5 miles south, in 1888, and Mt. Olivet, 5 miles north in the community of Marlow, in 1919.Prior to 1845 the Lutherans in this neighborhood attended Sunday School and Church services at Jerusalem, although it wasn’t very practical due to the long distances.Sometimes they worshipped in a “Meeting House” on the land of Mr. Lewis Grovenstein, known as Union Church, and in other churches in the community..


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The Rev. P. A. Strobel became pastor of the Ebenezer Parish in the Summer of 1844. On page 269 of “The Salzburgers and their Descendants” by Strobel is written “During Mr. Strobel’s stay at Ebenezer, a new church was built…near the Ogeechee River. This church was designed for the accommodation of those members who had removed so far from Ebenezer that it was impracticable for them to attend preaching at the present church.” Mr. Strobel left Ebenezer at the beginning of 1849. This church of frame structure remained standing until the new one was built in 1872. The old church stood between the new one and the cemetery. The people called their church “Zion” no doubt in memory of the church by that name dedicated March 7, 1743 and located four miles south of Ebenezer...


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Old 02-02-2013, 10:23 PM   #346
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George Went Hensley (1880–1955) introduced snake handling practices into the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee), circa 1910. He later resigned his ministry and started the first holiness movement church to require snake handling as evidence of salvation. Sister-churches later sprang up throughout the Appalachian region.. is a cultural region in the eastern United States that stretches from the Southern Tier of New York state to northern Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. While the Appalachian Mountains stretch from Belle Isle in Canada to Cheaha Mountain in the U.S. state of Alabama, the cultural region of Appalachia typically refers only to the central and southern portions of the range.As of 2005, the region was home to approximately 23 million people...
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And these signs shall follow them that believe: In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues. They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover. (Mark 16:17-18)...
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Thanks the same and if you ever hear about those Scottish Lodges in Paris and Lyon, 1535, I'd be very grateful for a heads up! Meantime I'm still ferreting about and enjoying this thread, Cheers!
January 18 – Lima, Peru, is founded by Francisco Pizarro as Ciudad de los Reyes..

March 10 – Fray Tomás de Berlanga discovers the Galápagos Islands when blown off course en route to Peru...

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May 10 – Amsterdam: A small troop of Anabaptists, led by the minister Jacob van Geel, attacks the city hall in an attempted coup to seize the city. In the counter-attack by the city's militia, the burgemeester, Pieter Colijns, is killed by the rebels. In another incident this year in Amsterdam, seven men and five woman walk nude in the streets; and rebel in other cities of the Netherlands...

May 20 – William Tyndale is arrested in Antwerp for heresy in relation to this bible translation and imprisoned in Vilvoorde..

June 1 – Conquest of Tunis by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, begins with the destruction of Barbarossa's fleet. Following eventual capture of the city from the Ottoman Empire, around 30,000 inhabitants are massacred...

October 4 – The first complete English language Bible is printed in Antwerp, with translations by William Tyndale and Miles Coverdale..

Deaths\ February 18 – Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, German alchemist and occult writer (b. 1486)

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Analysis of a 440-year-old document reveals new details about native population decline in the heartland of the Inca Empire following Spanish conquest in the 16th century/December – Manco Inca Yupanqui, nominally Sapa Inca, is imprisoned by the Spanish Conquistadors of Peru...
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Loyola Jesuit College is a private Roman Catholic secondary school in Nigeria operated by the Society of Jesus religious order. The school was opened on October 2, 1996 and is named after the Society's founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola. Loyola Jesuit College is a co-educational, boarding institution located in Gidan Mangoro in the outskirts of Abuja, Nigeria's capital. Loyola Jesuit College is regarded by many as currently being the best secondary school in Nigeria . The highly selective school has claimed the best West African Examination Council (WAEC) examinations results for the past seven years, as well as the best JAMB results for several of those years, and is thus regarded as the best in West Africa. The school has a reputation for graduating highly qualified students who go on to attend some of the best-ranked universities in the world..

At first students from Port Harcourt travelled between school and their homes via the roads. Rising crime along roads during the 1990s made parents believe that road travel was too dangerous. In 2001, when Sosoliso Airlines began services between Port-Harcourt and Abuja, parents placed their children on the flights.On December 10, 2005, Loyola Jesuit College lost 60 students in Sosoliso Airlines Flight 1145.. Among the many students who lost their lives was a family of three siblings and the Head Boy of the school at the time. The crash claimed 107 lives with two survivors... Kechi Okwuchi, a student at Loyola Jesuit, survived the crash. A new multi-purpose auditorium has now been built in their honour and memory (called the Memorial Hall)..Kechi was treated in Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa as of 14 December 2005 and at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Galveston, Texas, United States as of 6 September 2007..


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The Roar, student magazine, published from the Gidan Mangoro campus since 2000..The Editorial Positions are held by students at the school..The Roar is a 2009 novel by British author Emma Clayton... It was published in the United States and the United Kingdom by Chicken House..The Roar takes place in a "post-apocalyptic" world where a disease known as the "plague" infects every animal and causes them to turn vicious and attack humans...

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Speaking of which, here is an unsettling article on Pope Francis' days as the highest ranking Jesuit in Argentina during the military dictatorship led by General Jorge Videla (1976-1983):

“Washington’s Pope”? Who is Pope Francis I? Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Argentina’s “Dirty War”




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January 1 – WWII Declaration by United Nations signed by China, UK, USA, and USSR in which they agree "not to make any separate peace with the Axis powers" + United States and Philippines troops fight the Battle of Bataan against Japanese forces/ 2 – Manila is captured by Japanese forces. All defending soldiers in Manila are killed \ 5 - 55 German tanks reach North-Africa/6 - Pan American Airlines becomes the first commercial airline to schedule a flight around the world\7 - The siege of the Bataan Peninsula begins/11 –Dutch East Indies campaign: Japan declares war on the Netherlands and invades the Dutch East Indies + Battle of Malaya: The Japanese capture Kuala Lumpur, the capital of the FMS + 23°F (-31°C), Kingston, Rhode Island (state record)/13 - Sikorsky R-4 first flies, in the United States; it will become the first mass-produced helicopter + Heinkel test pilot Helmut Schenk becomes the 1st person to Escape from a stricken aircraft with an Ejection seat - Allied Conference for war trials + Henry Ford patents a method of constructing plastic auto bodies\15 Cubs, drop plans to install lights at Wrigley due to WW II/16 – Actress Carole Lombard and her mother are among those killed in a plane crash near Las Vegas, Nevada, while returning from a tour to promote the sale of war bonds + William Knudsen becomes 1st civilian appointed a general in US army...

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White Christmass is an Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the version sung by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single of all time, with estimated sales INXS of 50 Million copies worldwide + B-side "Let's Start the New Year Right" - "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" - Ra leased 1942, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1955, 1983...


There are 16 Pawns in a Chess Set and each player In a Chess game starts with 16 Pieces..P is the 16th letter of the ISO Basic Latin Alpha-Bet - 1 + 9 + 4 + 2 = 16 + W(2+3=5)igan, G reater M anchester (E-ngland), uses UK Tele-Phone A rea C ode 01942, or +44 1942 in international Format \ A Pentagram / pentalpha \ pentangle / star pentagon \ is the shape of a 5-pointed star + E is the 5th letter and a Vowel in the ISO basic Latin alphabet....

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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=196“What the eye doesn't see, the heart doesn't grieve over..I've Written this to keep from Weeping.. But I am crying..The increase of knowledge has forced the thinker to specialise, with the result that there is nobody capable to deal with civilisation as a whole.. We are playing a game of chess in which nobody can see more than 2 or 3 squares at once, and so it has become impossible to form a coherent plan”..O-f Course," Agreed Basil...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=527

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Guiseley is a small town in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough in West Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it is situated south of Otley and Menston, it is a suburb of north west Leeds. At the 2001 census, Guiseley together with Rawdon had a population of over 21,000.. The A65, which passes through the town, is the main shopping street..The settlement predates the Domesday Book. Its name is of Saxon origin. It was named "Gisele" in the Domesday Book. Much of the Aire valley was once wooded, and "ley" means a clearing in the woodland.. Altered, by selective breeding, atomic surgery, methods we can't guess, and with new faculties instilled in them, high intelligence, perhaps something else..Ley ley ley..Ley is a lunar impact crater that is located across the southern rim of the much larger walled plain Campbell.. Intruding into the south-southwestern rim of Ley is the slightly larger crater Von Neumann..There is a small, cup-shaped crater on the floor to the northwest of the midpoint..Ley tunnel,their significance lies in why so many similar legends of tunnels have arisen and in connection with the more esoteric notions of channels or paths of earth energy, and such...The Lugton Water and Eglinton Castle in Scotland. A "vowt", passing under 2 rivers, is said to link the castle with Kilwinning Abbey...



Crompton Parkinson was a major employer until its factory closed in 2004.. The town was the home of Silver Cross, a pram manufacturer, whose factory was operational from 1936 to 2002.. Silver Cross is a UK based nursery brand and manufacturer of baby transport and other baby products. It is a family owned company based in Skipton, North Yorkshire, England and is best known for the production of baby prams and pushchairs, particularly coach-built prams..In 2013 Silver Cross entered into a partnership with classic British automotive brand Aston Martin to produce a special edition of the Surf pram and pushchair (one of the prams in the Silver Cross travel collection)..Ley Hill is a Chiltern village on the Bucks/Herts border near the town of Chesham in south-east England..Ley Hill School is a primary school for boys and girls, built in 1927..There are 2 pubs on the Common called The Swan and The Crown that both serve food... Miss Bessie Bangay was one of the first female Anglican lay readers in England ( Bishop's Messengers) when she was licensed in 1917, she used to run a branch of the church at the Black Cat pub in Lye Green..Law, ley in Spanish..A type of pewter alloy..Slapton Ley is 1.5 miles long and is made up of 2 parts (the Lower Ley and the Higher Ley)..Ley, an alternate romanization of the ubiquitous Chinese surname Li (李) common among Asian Latin Americans...



The town is famous for Harry Ramsden, whose fish and chip shop traded from a small shed next to the tram stop..In 1966, Colehan brought It's a Knockout to the screen which ran for 16 years under his watch..Harry Corbett, famous for his children's television glove puppet character Sooty stage act, lived with his parents, who owned a fish and chip shop on Springfield Road...Victorian actress Adelaide Neilson, born in Leeds, passed the majority of her childhood in Guiseley.. Neilson was the daughter of a strolling actress, named Brown, and was born, out of wedlock, at 35 St Peters Square Leeds in the West Riding of Yorkshire...In 1865, at Theatre Royal (Margate), she appeared as Julia in The Hunchback, a character with which her name was long to be associated..She was a part of a production of The Hugenot Captain by Watts Phillips given by the Princess Theatre on 2 July 1866..Neilson was on the stage for about 15 years.. She died suddenly whilst riding in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris, France on 15 August 1880, aged 32.. "Gifted and Beautiful—Resting." marks her grave..Good luck will rub off when I shakes 'ands with you...
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Smashed over the head with an hammer..It is a fact.. Bona fide and classified..You can't break something thats already broken..The city of Rome harbours the most obelisks in the world. There are 8 ancient Egyptian and 5 ancient Roman Obelisks in Rome, together with a number of more modern obelisks; there was also until 2005 an ancient Ethiopian obelisk in Rome..The 7 Hills of Rome (Italian: Sette colli di Roma, Latin: Septem montes Romae) East of the river Tiber form the geographical heart of Rome, within the walls of the A ncient C ity...



Atherton is an incorporated town in San Mateo County, California, United States. Its population was 6,914 at the 2010 census is one of the Wealthiest cities in the United States\Atherton (pop. 20,300) is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England and historically a part of Lancashire is one of the poorest Towns in the UK..Bill Atherton was the senior manager of Thorn Industries, and was old friends with Richard Thorn.. He was killed when he shelved Paul Buher's agriculture project...



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Saddleworth is a small town in the Mid North region of South Australia.. The town is situated on the Gilbert River and along with neighbouring towns of Riverton, Rhynie and Tarlee the local area is known as the Gilbert Valley.. The town in bisected by the Barrier Highway. At the 2006 census, Saddleworth had a population of 425...


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So are you just posting random things or do you have a point to all of this?
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Not so sure what your point is...The church is constructed in Runcorn sandstone with ashlar dressings and a tiled roof..The interior is in Stourton stone with a Yorkshire stone floor.. The nave has a hammerbeam roof...

Anyway have you ever benn baptised over the head just above the Temple with an hammer, just across from an obelisk near the Kings Head..you dont feel anything you know..only the brain damage that occurs afterwards..lots of blood but no pain,total blackout...god job I have an hard head...if i had'nt survived, the cops and the coroner would have have probably stated it was because he was drunk and fell over...and off to the mortury minus an organ or two..The CID stated it was serious assault..You would have to ask my Masonic Father he probably knows more about it..Or Maybe my old troop commander LT Stone knows more about than I..Or maybe Berlin Gareth Knows..Fancy a night out on the tiles...
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I wonder why most towns in the UK have Egyptian Obelisks...maybe they all connect..Once a slave always a Slave I suppose...

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Bergoglio studied at the archdiocesan seminary, Inmaculada Concepción Seminary, in Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires City, and, after three years, entered the Society of Jesus as a novice on 11 March 1958.. Bergoglio has said that as a young seminarian, he "was dazzled by a girl I met at an uncle's wedding", so much so that he "could not pray for over a week" because he could not help thinking of her, and so he "had to rethink what I was doing". As a Jesuit novice he studied humanities in Santiago, Chile.. At the conclusion of his novitiate in the Society of Jesus, Bergoglio officially became a Jesuit on 12 March 1960, when he made the religious profession of the initial, temporary vows of a member of the order...

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