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Old 24-09-2014, 09:04 PM   #201
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San Pedro de Bealo is a parish that is located in the north of the county Coruña of Boiro in the region of Barbanza . According to the municipal register of 2013 had 735 inhabitants (388 men and 347 women) in 17 organizations distributed population, which represents a decrease compared to the year 1999 when it had 825 inhabitants..Little village of Loimar / all of it is uphill, / i the water-it is born / girls believed that good..Boiro is a municipality in the province of A Coruña in the autonomous community of Galicia in northwestern Spain. It is located in the comarca of Barbanza. Boiro has an area of 86.58 km2..It is perhaps best known as the small town where famous quadriplegic (and Galician) Ramón Sampedro received euthanasia.. The town was thus filmed in for the 2004 film Mar Adentro, which won an Oscar...

Ne ondræde ic ðinra wita bealo..baleo First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of balear..From bala (“bullet”) to shoot...

The province of A Coruña ( La Coruña,, and Corunna in English) is the most North-western Atlantic-facing province of Spain, and one of the 4 provinces which constitute the autonomous community of Galicia. This province is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the West and North, Pontevedra Province to the South and the Lugo Province to the East..The history of this province starts at the end of the Middle Ages during the reign of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain..The Catholic Monarchs (Spanish: Reyes Católicos) is the joint title used in history for Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon. They were both from the House of Trastámara and were second cousins, being both descended from John I of Castile; on marriage they were given a papal dispensation to deal with consanguinity by Sixtus IV...



Pope Francis Meets With Argentine President Cristina Kirchner ..The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is the destination of the Way of St. James, a major historical pilgrimage route since the Middle Ages which still gathers thousands of pilgrims each year from all over the world..The Catholic Monarchs set out to restore royal authority in Spain..To accomplish their goal, they first created
a group named the Holy Brotherhood...
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Old 27-09-2014, 06:16 PM   #202
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Fr. McNabb was described as a 13th-century monk living in 20th-century London, pursuing such tasks as reading the Old Testament (and taking notes on it) in Hebrew, reading the New Testament (and quoting from it) in Greek, and reading the works of St. Thomas Aquinas (and writing his reflections on them) in Latin.. Throughout his life, Fr. McNabb had little to call his own, except his Bible, his breviary, and his copy of the Summa Theologica..McNabb sought also to promote a vision of social justice inspired by St. Thomas and by Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum, which called upon "every minister of holy religion…to bring to the struggle [for a broad distribution of property] the full energy of his mind and all his powers of endurance", as well as to shore up both faith and reason against the perceived threat of modernism..Father Vincent is the only person I have ever known about whom I have felt, and said more than once, 'He gives you some idea of what a saint must be like.' There was a kind of light about his presence which didn't seem to be quite of this world".. Ronald Knox...
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Old 05-10-2014, 12:05 AM   #203
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Gangs of New York is a 2002 American epic historical drama film set in the mid-19th century in the Five Points district of Lower Manhattan. The film was directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian, and Kenneth Lonergan, inspired by Herbert Asbury's 1928 non-fiction book, The Gangs of New York.. It was made in Cinecittà, Rome, distributed by Miramax Films and nominated for numerous awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture..Scorsese was born in Queens, New York. His family moved to the Little Italy section of Manhattan before he started school.. His father, Charles Scorsese (1913–93), and mother, Catherine Scorsese (born Cappa; 1912–97), both worked in New York’s Garment District. His father was a clothes presser and an actor, and his mother was a seamstress and an actress.. His father’s parents emigrated from Polizzi Generosa, in the province of Palermo, Sicily, and his mother was also of Italian descent. Her parents, too, were from Palermo. Scorsese was raised in a devoutly Catholic environment...



5 Points (or The 5 Points)was a neighborhood in the central lower area of the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York. The neighborhood was generally defined as being bound by Centre Street in the west, the Bowery in the east, Canal Street in the north and Park Row in the south.. The former neighborhood known as Five Points is now split between the Civic Center on the west and south and Chinatown on the east and north..Five Points gained international notoriety as a disease-ridden, crime-infested slum that existed for well over 70 years..The Dead Rabbits Riot began when the Dead Rabbits destroyed the headquarters of the Bowery Boys at 26 Bowery on July 4, 1857. The Bowery Boys retaliated which led to a large-scale riot which waged back and forth on Bayard Street between the Bowery and Mulberry street.. There would be
further rioting on July 5...
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Old 05-10-2014, 11:03 PM   #204
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Boxers Nigel Benn and Chris Eubank travel to Rome to train as gladiators.. The 5 days of preparation will culminate in a gladiatorial 'rematch'...
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A gladiator (Latin: gladiator, "swordsman", from gladius, "sword") was an armed combatant who entertained audiences in the Roman Republic and Roman Empire in violent confrontations with other gladiators, wild animals, and condemned criminals. Some gladiators were volunteers who risked their legal and social standing and their lives by appearing in the arena. Most were despised as slaves, schooled under harsh conditions, socially marginalized, and segregated even in death..The origin of gladiatorial combat is open to debate. There is evidence of it in funeral rites during the Punic Wars of the 3rd century BCE, and thereafter it rapidly became an essential feature of politics and social life in the Roman world. Its popularity led to its use in ever more lavish and costly games..Early literary sources seldom agree on the origins of gladiators and the gladiator games.. In the late 1st century BC, Nicolaus of Damascus believed they were Etruscan. A generation later, Livy wrote that they were first held in 310 BC by the Campanians in celebration of their victory over the Samnites. Long after the games had ceased, the 7th century AD writer Isidore of Seville derived Latin lanista (manager of gladiators) from the Etruscan word for "executioner," and the title of Charon (an official who accompanied the dead from the Roman gladiatorial arena) from Charun, psychopomp of the Etruscan underworld.. Roman historians emphasized the gladiator games as a foreign import, most likely Etruscan.. This preference informed most standard histories of the Roman games in the early modern era...

By the closing years of the politically and socially unstable Late Republic, gladiator games provided their sponsors with extravagantly expensive but effective opportunities for self-promotion while offering cheap, exciting entertainment to their clients.. Gladiators became big business for trainers and owners, for politicians on the make and those who had reached the top..Ownership of gladiators or a gladiator school gave muscle and flair to Roman politics..Throughout the Empire, the greatest and most celebrated games would now be identified with the state-sponsored Imperial cult, which furthered public recognition, respect and approval for the Emperor, his law, and his agents.. Between 108 and 109 CE, Trajan celebrated his Dacian victories using a reported 10,000 gladiators (and 11,000 animals) over 123 days..The decline of the munus was a far from straightforward process.. The crisis of the 3rd century imposed increasing military demands on the imperial purse, from which the Roman Empire never quite recovered, and lesser magistrates found the obligatory munera an increasingly unrewarding tax on the doubtful privileges of office.. Still, emperors continued to subsidize the games as a matter of undiminished public interest..An imperially sanctioned munus at some time in the 330s suggests that yet again, imperial legislation to curb the games proved ineffective, not least when Constantine defied his own law.. In 365, Valentinian I (r. 364–375) threatened to fine a judge who sentenced Christians to the arena and in 384 he attempted, like most of his predecessors, to limit the expenses of munera.. By this time, the popularity of munera had waned, unlike the theatrical shows, and the chariot races which, at least in the Eastern Empire, continued to attract the crowds, and a generous Imperial subsidy..They included a provincial magnate's 5-day munus of thirty pairs, plus beast-hunts..



The trade in gladiators was Empire-wide, and subjected to official supervision. Rome's military success produced a supply of soldier-prisoners who were redistributed for use in State mines or amphitheatres and for sale on the open market.. For example, in the aftermath of the Jewish Revolt, the gladiator schools received an influx of Jews – those rejected for training would have been sent straight to the arenas as noxii (lit. "hurtful ones")..The use of volunteers had a precedent in the Iberian munus of Scipio Africanus; but none of those had been paid.. For Romans, "gladiator" would have meant a schooled fighter, sworn and contracted to a master..From the 60s CE female gladiators appear, as "exotic markers of exceptionally lavish spectacle".. In 66 CE, Nero had Ethiopian women, men and children fight at a munus to impress King Tiridates I of Armenia.. Romans seem to have found the idea of a female gladiator novel and entertaining, or downright absurd; Juvenal titillates his readers with a woman named "Mevia", hunting boars in the arena "with spear in hand and breasts exposed", and Petronius mocks the pretensions of a rich, low-class citizen, whose munus includes a woman fighting from a cart or chariot..Some regarded female gladiators as a symptom of corrupted Roman sensibilities, morals and womanhood, regardless of class..The earliest munera took place at or near the tomb of the deceased and these were organised by their munerator (who made the offering). Later games were held by an editor, either identical with the munerator or an official employed by him..Games were advertised beforehand on conspicuously placed billboards, giving the reason for the game, its editor, venue, date and the number of paired gladiators (ordinarii) to be used..

The night before the munus, the gladiators were given a banquet and opportunity to order their personal and private affairs; Futrell notes its similarity to a ritualistic "last meal".. These were probably both family and public events which included even the noxii and damnati and they may have been used to drum up more publicity for the coming match..Before the listed contests were fought, the gladiators may have held informal warm-up matches, using blunted or dummy weapons – some munera, however, may have used blunted weapons throughout..The editor, his representative or an honoured guest would check the weapons (probatio armorum) for the scheduled matches..In the earliest munera, death was considered the proper outcome of combat. During the Imperial era, matches were sometimes advertised sine missione (without release [from the sentence of death]), which suggests that missio (the sparing of a defeated gladiator's life) had become a common practice at the games..Most gladiators fought at 2 or 3 munera annually. An unknown number died in their first match and a few fought in up to 150 combats..Popular factions supported favourite gladiators and gladiator types..

The earliest named gladiator school (singular: ludus; plural: ludi) is that of Aurelius Scaurus at Capua – he was lanista of the gladiators employed by the state circa 105 BCE to instruct the legions and simultaneously entertain the public..The Spartacus revolt had originated in a gladiator school privately owned by Lentulus Batiatus, and had been suppressed only after a protracted series of costly, sometimes disastrous campaigns by regular Roman troops..In the Imperial era, volunteers required a magistrate's permission to join a school as auctorati.. If this was granted, the school's physician assessed their suitability..All prospective gladiators, whether volunteer or condemned, were bound to service by a sacred oath (sacramentum)..Those condemned ad ludum were probably branded or marked with a tattoo (stigma, plural stigmata) on the face, legs and/or hands..Despite the harsh discipline, gladiators represented a substantial investment for their lanista and were otherwise well cared for.. Their high-energy, vegetarian diet combined barley, boiled beans, oatmeal, ash (believed to help fortify the body) and dried fruit...Towards the end of the Republic, Cicero (Murena, 72–3) still describes gladiator shows as ticketed — their political usefulness was served by inviting the rural tribunes of the plebs, not the people of Rome en masse – but in Imperial times, poor citizens in receipt of the corn dole were allocated at least some free seating, possibly by lottery.. Others had to pay. Ticket scalpers (Locarii) sometimes sold or let out seats at inflated prices. Martial wrote that "Hermes [a gladiator who always drew the crowds] means riches for the ticket scalpers"...The earliest known Roman amphitheatre was built at Pompeii by Sullan colonists, around 70 BCE..Some mosaics show defeated gladiators kneeling in preparation for the moment of death. Seneca's "vital spot" seems to have meant the neck.. Gladiator remains from Ephesus confirm this..The body of a gladiator who had died well was placed on a couch of Libitina and removed from the arena with dignity. Once in the arena morgue, the corpse would have been stripped of armour, and probably had its throat cut to prove that dead was dead..The average gladiator lifespan was short; few survived more than 10 matches or lived past the age of 30.. One (Felix) is known to have lived to 45 and one retired gladiator lived to 90.. George Ville calculated an average age at death at 27 for gladiators (based on headstone evidence)..

In obedience to the Books of Destiny, some strange and unusual sacrifices were made,human sacrifices amongst them. A Gaulish man and a Gaulish woman and a Greek man and a Greek woman were buried alive under the Forum Boarium..The account notes, uncomfortably, the proximity of recent human sacrifice.. While the Senate mustered their willing slaves, Hannibal offered his dishonoured Roman captives a chance for honourable death, in what Livy describes as something very like the Roman munus.. The munus thus represented an essentially military, self-sacrificial ideal, taken to extreme fulfillment in the gladiator's oath..The military were great aficionados of the games, and supervised the schools. Many schools and amphitheatres were sited at or near military barracks, and some provincial army units owned gladiator troupes..Roman writing as a whole demonstrates a deep ambivalence towards the gladiatoria munera. Even the most complex and sophisticated munera of the Imperial era evoked the ancient, ancestral dii manes of the underworld and were framed by the protective, lawful rites of sacrificium..Very little evidence survives for the religious beliefs of gladiators as a class, or their expectations of an afterlife. Modern scholarship offers little support for the once-prevalent notion that gladiators, along with venatores and bestiarii were personally or professionally dedicated to the cult of Nemesis. Rather, she seems to have been associated with Imperial power, and thus with the arena as a place of Imperial justice and retribution..Mark Antony promoted gladiators to his personal guard.."He vows to endure to be
burned, to be bound, to be beaten, and to be killed by the sword"...
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Propaganda Due (or P2, was a Masonic lodge operating under the jurisdiction of the Grand Orient of Italy from 1945 to 1976 (when its charter was withdrawn), and a pseudo-Masonic, "black", or "covert" lodge operating illegally (in contravention of Article 18 of the Constitution of Italy banning secret associations) from 1976 to 1981. During the years that the lodge was headed by Licio Gelli, P2 was implicated in numerous Italian crimes and mysteries, including the collapse of the Vatican-affiliated Banco Ambrosiano, the murders of journalist Mino Pecorelli and banker Roberto Calvi, and corruption cases within the nationwide bribe scandal Tangentopoli. P2 came to light through the investigations into the collapse of Michele Sindona's financial empire.P2 was sometimes referred to as a "state within a state" or a "shadow government".. The lodge had among its members prominent journalists, members of parliament, industrialists, and military leaders—including Silvio Berlusconi, who later became Prime Minister of Italy; the Savoy pretender to the Italian throne Victor Emmanuel; and the heads of all 3 Italian intelligence services (at the time SISDE, SISMI and CESIS)..When searching Licio Gelli's villa, the police found a document called the "Plan for Democratic Rebirth", which called for a consolidation of the media, suppression of trade unions, and the rewriting of the Italian Constitution...



"Propaganda" was originally founded in 1877, in Turin, as "Propaganda Massonica". This lodge was frequented by politicians and government officials from across Italy who were unable to attend their own lodges and included prominent members of the Piedmont nobility.. The name was changed to "Propaganda Due" following World War II, when the Grand Orient of Italy numbered its lodges. By the 1960s, however, the lodge was all but moribund, holding few meetings.. This original lodge, however, had little to do with the one Licio Gelli established in 1966, two years after becoming a freemason..Freemasonry in Italy had been outlawed by the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini, but it was reborn after the Second World War with American encouragement.. However, its traditions of free-thinking under the Risorgimento transformed into a fervent anti-communism. The increasing influence of the left at the end of the 1960s had the Masons of Italy deeply worried. In 1971, Grand Master Lino Salvini of the Grand Orient of Italy—one of Italy's largest Masonic lodges—assigned to Gelli the task of reorganizing the lodge..Gelli took a list of "sleeping members" members who were not invited to take part in masonic rituals anymore, as Italian freemasonry was under close scrutiny by the Christian Democrats in power. From these initial connections, Gelli was able to extend his network throughout the echelons of the Italian establishment..



The Grand Orient of Italy officially expelled Gelli and the P2 Lodge in 1976.. In 1974 it was proposed that P2 be erased from the list of lodges by the Grand Orient of Italy, and the motion carried overwhelmingly..The activities of the P2 lodge were discovered by prosecutors while investigating banker Michele Sindona, the collapse of his bank and his ties to the Mafia.. In March 1981, police found a list of alleged members in Gelli's house in Arezzo. It contained 962 names, among which were important state officials, important politicians and a number of military officers, including the heads of the three Italian secret services..Future Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was on the list, although he had not yet entered politics at the time.. Another famous member was Victor Emmanuel, the son of the last Italian king...

Gelli's goal was to form a new political and economic elite to lead Italy towards a right-wing, authoritarian form of democracy, with an anti-communist pre-occupation.. P2 advocated a programme of extensive political corruption: "political parties, newspapers and trade unions can be the objects of possible solicitations which could take the form of economic-financial manoeuvres. The availability of sums not exceeding 30 to 40 billion lire would seem sufficient to allow carefully chosen men, acting in good faith, to conquer key positions necessary for overall control"..Opinions about the importance and reach of P2 differ. Some see the P2 as a reactionary, shadow government ready to take over power in case of an electoral victory of the Italian Communist Party. Others think it was nothing more than a sordid association of people eager to improve their careers by making powerful and important connections.. Nevertheless, P2 was implicated in numerous Italian scandals and mysteries..In 1977 the P2 took control of the Corriere della Sera newspaper, a leading paper in Italy..P2 members Gelli and the head of the secret service Pietro Musumeci were condemned for attempting to mislead the police investigation of the Bologna massacre on August 2, 1980, which killed 85 people and wounded more than 200...



P2 became the target of considerable attention in the wake of the collapse of Banco Ambrosiano (one of Milan's principal banks, owned in part by the Vatican Bank), and the suspicious 1982 death of its president Roberto Calvi in London, initially ruled a suicide but later prosecuted as a murder.. It was suspected by investigative journalists that some of the plundered funds went to P2 or to its members..The Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry, headed by Anselmi, concluded that the P2 lodge was a secret criminal organization. Allegations of surreptitious international relationships, mainly with Argentina (Gelli repeatedly suggested that he was a close friend of Juan Perón) and with some people suspected of affiliation with the American Central Intelligence Agency were also partly confirmed; but soon a political debate overtook the legal level of the analysis..Even though outlawed by Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini in 1925, Masonic institutions have been tolerated in Italy since the end of World War II and are quite open about their activities and membership..On March 17, 1981, a list composed by Licio Gelli was found in his country house (Villa Wanda)..



The list should be contemplated with some caution, as it is considered to be a compilation of P2 members and the contents of Gelli's Rolodex.. Many on the list were apparently never asked if they wanted to join P2, and it is not known to what extent the list includes members who were formally initiated into the lodge...
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The University of Bologna (Italian: Università di Bologna, UNIBO) is a university in Bologna, Italy, founded in 1088..As of 2013 the University's crest carries the motto Alma mater studiorum and the date A.D. 1088.. The University has about 85,000 students in its 23 schools...The University is structured in 33 Departments (they were 66 until 2012), organized by homogeneous research domains that integrate activities related to one or more Faculty..Alumni-Among the best-known people who have attended the University of Bologna are:

Popes Innocent IX, Alexander VI and Gregory XV
Italian political leader Pierluigi Bersani
Art Critic Mazen Asfour
Businessman Lorenzo Sassoli de Bianchi
Engineer Aldo Costa
Managers Giovanni Consorte and Stefano Domenicali
Mathematician Carlo Severini
Nobel Guglielmo Marconi...


Pope Alexander VI, born Roderic Llançol i de Borja (Spanish: Rodrigo Lanzol y de Borja; 1 January 1431 – 18 August 1503), was Pope from 11 August 1492 until his death on 18 August 1503..He is one of the most controversial of the Renaissance popes, because he didn´t respect the clerical celibacy and had several legitimately acknowledged children..

Pope Innocent IX (Latin: Innocentius IX; 20 July 1519 – 30 December 1591), born Giovanni Antonio Facchinetti, was Pope from 29 October to 30 December 1591. Prior to his short papacy, he had been a Canon Lawyer, diplomat, and chief administrator during the reign of Pope Gregory XIV (1590–1591)...

Pope Gregory XV (Latin: Gregorius XV; 9 January 1554 – 8 July 1623), born Alessandro Ludovisio or Ludovisi, was Pope from 9 February 1621 to his death in 1623..

Pier Luigi Bersani (born 29 September 1951) is an Italian politician and was Secretary of the Democratic Party (DP), Italy's leading centre-left party, from 2009 to 2013..Bersani joined the Italian Communist Party and subsequently the Democratic Party of the Left.. As member of the National Secretariat of the Democrats of the Left, he was responsible for the economic sector.. He married Daniela in 1980, and he has two daughters: Elisa and Margherita. After a short experience as a teacher he committed his life to politics and public administration..Bersani was hospitalized on Sunday, January 5, 2014, at the University of Parma Hospital, at the University of Parma in Parma, Italy, after suffering a brain hemorrhage; he was conscious upon his hospitalization (which for such patients is good, although not a conclusive indicator of a good outcome by any means), and the hospital said he was undergoing neurosurgery later in the day once the source of the bleeding had been found..

An art collector and critic, Sassoli de Bianchi has published widely on modern and contemporary art, with essays on Raul Dufy, Salvator Dalí, Julian Schnabel, Zhang Xiaotao and Feng Zengjie amongst others. He is the author of the books China: contemporary painting and From Heaven to Earth (2008), and contributed the introduction and two essays to the book Primary Colours on the artist Feng Zhengjie...

Aldo Costa (born 5 June 1961) is an Italian engineer and the Engineering Director of the Mercedes Formula One team...


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Kappa Sigma Fraternity tradition holds that it evolved from an ancient order said to have been founded at the University of Bologna in the Middle Ages.. According to some accounts, the order was known as "Kirjath Sepher" and was founded between 1395 and 1400... According to this story, the corrupt governor of the city, one-time pirate and later papal usurper Baldassare Cossa, took advantage of the students at Bologna, one of Europe's preeminent universities which attracted students from all over the continent, by sending his men to assault and rob them; this motivated one of the university's scholars Manuel Chrysoloras to found a secret society of students beginning with 5 of his most devoted disciples, for mutual protection against Baldassare Cossa..Publication -The Caduceus..Philanthropy-A greater cause to Military Heroes..

Hunter offers approximately 150 clubs that reflect the diverse interests of its student body. These organizations range from the academic to the athletic, and from the religious/spiritual to the visual and performing arts.. There are even clubs based on specific interests, such as "Russian Club", which offers a look at Russian life and culture and "InterVarsity Christian Fellowship" an organization whose vision is to "transform students and faculty, renew the campus, and develop world changers... The Star and Crescent shall not be worn by every man, but only by him who is worthy to wear it...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...7&postcount=76You don't seem to want to accept the fact you're dealing with an expert in guerrilla warfare, with a man who's the best, with guns, with knives, with his bare hands..A man who's been trained to ignore pain, ignore weather, to live off the land, to eat things that would make a billy goat puke..In Nam his job was to dispose of eminem personnel...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=346

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General Slocum – The paddle steamer caught fire and sank in New York's East River on 15 June 1904. More than 1,000 people were lost, making it New York City's highest loss of life until the September 11 attacks..Laid down: December 23, 1890..Her keel was 235 feet (72 m) long and the hull was 37.5 feet (11.4 m) wide constructed of white oak and yellow pine.. The Slocum measured 1,284 tons gross, and had a hull depth of 12.3 feet (3.7 m).. The Slocum was constructed with 3 decks, 3 watertight compartments and 250 electric lights..The General Slocum worked as a passenger ship, taking people on excursions around New York City. On Wednesday, June 15, 1904, the ship had been chartered for $350 by St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Little Germany district of Manhattan...



The General Slocum disaster memorial in Tompkins Square Park, Manhattan, New York City, which was once in Little Germany..The ship got underway at 9:30 a.m. As it was passing East 90th Street, a fire started in the Lamp Room in the forward section, possibly caused by a discarded cigarette or match, but certainly fueled by the straw, oily rags, and lamp oil strewn around the room..By the time the General Slocum sank in shallow water at North Brother Island, just off the Bronx shore, an estimated 1,021 people had either burned to death or drowned, with 321 survivors..On January 26, 2004, the last surviving passenger from the General Slocum, Adella Wother-spoon (née Liebenow), died at the age of 100..Before Wotherspoon's death, the previous oldest survivor was Catherine Connelly (née Uhlmyer) (1893–2002) who was 11 years old at the time of the accident...

Christ The King Regional High School is a private school. It is also nationally known as the home of the Royals Boy's and Girl's basketball teams, with a total of 13 Federation Championships spanning the last 16 years..Christ the King Regional High School is a Catholic high school located in Middle Village, Queens, New York, USA and established in 1962.. It is located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn..The first graduation took place on June 23, 1966 with 840 graduates, exactly split between 420 boys and girls. Attendance at all of the Brooklyn Archdiocese operated high schools was free until September 1968 when it initiated a $300 tuition charge for the first time..Many famous dead people are also located in Middle Village. St. John's Cemetery, Queens, a cemetery located in Middle Village, holds many famed mobsters, including John Gotti, Lucky Luciano, Joe Gallo, Carlo Gambino, Joseph Profaci, Joe Colombo, Vito Genovese and Carmine Galante..Regeneration has a lengthy scene in which an excursion picnic ship burns in dramatic fashion while passengers jump overboard, an obvious reference to the General Slocum disaster.. Walsh shot the scene in New York
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The Militia Templi (English: Militia of the Temple), also called the Order of the Poor Knights of Christ (Latin: Christi Pauperum Militum Ordo), is a lay order of the Roman Catholic Church.The Militia Templi is a Roman Catholic private association of the faithful that celebrates its liturgy according to the traditional form in place in 1962, often referred to as the Tridentine Mass..Founded by the Italian Count Marcello Alberto Cristofani della Magione under the authority of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Siena-Colle di Val d'Elsa-Montalcino, the Militia Templi's focus is knightly and monastic and members follow a modern adaptation of the Rule written by St. Bernard of Clairvaux for the medieval Knights Templar..The Tridentine Mass is the form of the Roman Rite Mass contained in the typical editions of the Roman Missal that were published from 1570 to 1962...

According to their constitutions, the Militia has both married and celibate members. Professed Knights consecrate themselves perpetually to the Militia with the investiture and the promise to observe the 3 classic evangelical counsels as well as the public testimony of faith (fourth promise). The knights have no particular apostolate or pastoral engagement other than public testimony of the Catholic Faith. They are obliged to live by their Rule and recite daily the Hours of the traditional Divine Office. Their members include several hundred Knights, 10 national preceptories, many local priorates and scout groups..The 3 evangelical counsels or counsels of perfection in Christianity are chastity, poverty (or perfect charity), and obedience..The Liturgy of the Hours (Latin: Liturgia Horarum) or Divine Office (Latin: Officium Divinum) or canonical hours, often referred to as the Breviary, is the official set of daily prayers prescribed by the Catholic Church to be recited by clergy, religious institutes, and the laity..



The order's Magistral See, or headquarters, is situated into the Castello della Magione. It is a former Templar compound that lies in the village of Poggibonsi in the Tuscany region of Italy. Built in the 11th century, the castle was donated by its owners; Gottifredo di Arnolfo and Arnolfino di Cristofano to the monks of the Saint Michael Abbey in Poggio Marturi who later bestowed it to the Templars for use as one of their numerous "Mansiones" or "Domus Templi" along the Via Francigena. After 1312 the “Castello della Magione” passed though many hands, including the Hospitallers and the Princess Corsini, until, in 1979 it was purchased by Count Marcello Alberto Cristofani della Magione the founder and current Grand Master of the Militia Templi. Attached to the castle is a church, also restored, with impressive Burgundian-Cistercian influence and is used daily by the order for the community recitation of Vespers and the celebration of the Tridentine Mass..

The Militia Templi through Preceptories or Magistral Legations, is currently present in the following countries: Italy, Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland, Romania, Spain, United States of America, Puerto Rico(1 Knight, 2 Novices), and Hungary..The symbol of the Militiae Templi is a red 8-pointed ("octagonal") cross, symbol of the 8 Beatitudes of the Gospel, while the symbol is a white flag with red octagonal cross. The cross is not to be confused with that of the medieval Knights Hospitaller, which is known as the Maltese Cross. The habit of the Professed Knights is white and consists of a tunic, a scapular with cowl and the octagonal red cross on the chest, and a mantle with the same cross on the left shoulder. Ladies wear a white mantle and a white veil with a donat's cross (without the top section).. Chaplains are dressed with a white Mozzetta with red edge, red buttons and an octagonal red cross on the left front part. The Oblati (Knights and Ladies of Devotion) have a gray mantle with the red octagonal cross on the left shoulder...
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Around 1530, more than Eighty years before the publication of the first manifesto, the association of cross and rose already existed in Portugal in the Convent of the Order of Christ, home of the Knights Templar, later renamed Order of Christ. Three bocetes were, and still are, on the abóboda (vault) of the initiation room.. The rose can clearly be seen at the center of the cross..At the same time, a minor writing by Paracelsus called Prognosticatio Eximii Doctoris Paracelsi (1530), containing 32 prophecies with allegorical pictures surrounded by enigmatic texts, makes reference to an image of a double cross over an open rose; this is one of the examples used to prove the "Fraternity of the Rose Cross" Existed far earlier than 1614...


The Military Order of Christ (Ordem Militar de Cristo) previously the Royal Order of the Knights of Our Lord Jesus Christ (Real Ordem dos Cavaleiros de Nosso Senhor Jesus Cristo) was the heritage of the Knights Templar in Portugal, after the suppression of the Templars in 1312. It was founded in 1319...The Cross of Lorraine consists of one vertical and two evenly spaced horizontal bars. It is a heraldic cross, used by the Dukes of Lorraine. René d’Anjou (also Duke of Lorraine 1431-1453) "was a major transmitter of the Hermetic tradition in Italy and had the cross of Lorraine as his personal sigil".. This cross is related to the Crusader's cross, and the six globes of the Medici family...

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Amadeo Pietro Giannini, also known as Amadeo Peter Giannini or A.P. Giannini (May 6, 1870 – June 3, 1949), born in San Jose, California, was an American banker who founded the Bank of America..A.P. Giannini was the first son of Luigi and Virginia Giannini.. Luigi Giannini immigrated to the United States, to prospect in response to the California Gold Rush of 1849, from Favale di Malvaro near Genoa, Liguria in the Kingdom of Sardinia (later part of Italy).. Luigi continued in gold during the 1860s and returned to Italy in 1869 to marry Virginia, bringing her back to the US and settling in San Jose. Luigi Giannini purchased a 40 acre farm at Alviso in 1872 and grew fruits and vegetables for sale..4 years later Luigi Giannini was fatally shot by an employee over a pay dispute..Favale di Malvaro (Ligurian: Favâ) is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Genoa in the Italian region Liguria, located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of Genoa. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 505 and an area of 16.7 square kilometres (6.4 sq mi)...

He founded the Bank of Italy in San Francisco on October 17, 1904.. The bank was housed in a converted saloon as an institution for the "little fellow".. It was a new bank for the hardworking immigrants other banks would not serve.. He offered those ignored customers savings accounts and loans, judging them not by their wealth, but by their character..Deposits on that first day totaled $8,780.. Within a year, deposits soared above $700,000 ($13.5 million in 2002 dollars). The 1906 San Francisco EQ and fires leveled much of the city.. In the face of widespread devastation, Giannini set up a temporary bank, collecting deposits, making loans, and proclaiming that San Francisco would rise from the ashes..Immediately after the earthquake, he moved the vault's money to his home outside the fire zone in then-rural San Mateo, 18-miles by horse and wagon.. The money was moved in a garbage wagon, owned by Hayward resident Giobatta Cepollina, also a native of Italy (Loano).. The cargo was disguised beneath garbage to protect against theft.. The fires severely heated the vaults of other big banks.. Opening them immediately would ruin the money, so they were kept closed for weeks.. Because of this, Giannini was one of the few who was able to provide loans. Giannini ran his bank from a plank across 2 barrels in the street..Giannini made loans on a handshake to those interested in rebuilding.. Years later, he would recount that every loan was repaid.. As further testament to the trust Giannini garnered in the local community, as a reward to the local garbage man for helping to transport the bank's reserves, Giannini agreed to give the man's son his first job with the bank when he came of age... Giannini kept his promise, hiring young Frank Joseph Cepollina at age 14.. Cepollina later retired from the bank at age 41..By 1916, Giannini had expanded and opened several other branches.. Giannini believed in branch banking as a way to stabilize banks during difficult times as well as expand the capital base.. He bought banks throughout California and eventually had more than 5 hundred branches throughout the state..




Giannini helped nurture the motion picture and wine industries in California.. He loaned Walt Disney the funds to produce Snow White, the first full-length, animated motion picture to be made in the US. During the Great Depression, he bought the bonds that financed the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge.. During World War II, he bankrolled industrialist Henry Kaiser and his enterprises supporting the war effort.. After the war, he visited Italy and arranged for loans to help rebuild the war-torn Fiat factories.. Giannini also provided capital to William Hewlett and David Packard to help form Hewlett-Packard..

Giannini founded another company, Transamerica Corporation, as a holding company for his various interests, including Occidental Life Insurance Company.. At one time, Transamerica was the controlling shareholder in Bank of America. They were separated by legislation enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1956, when Congress passed the Bank Holding Company Act, which prohibited bank holding companies' involvement in industrial activities..Upon Giannini's death in 1949, his son Mario Giannini assumed leadership of the bank.. Giannini's daughter, Claire Giannini Hoffman (1905–1997), took her father's seat on the bank's board of directors, where she remained until the 1980s.. Giannini is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery, in Colma, California..The large plaza of the Bank of America Building, at California Street and Kearny, in downtown San Francisco, is named for Giannini. A.P. Giannini Middle School, which opened in the Sunset District of San Francisco, in 1954, is named after him, also.. Other places and groups named after Giannini include The Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics and the building that houses the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, at the University of California, Berkeley..The U.S. Postal Service honored Giannini's contributions to American banking by issuing a 21¢ postage stamp bearing his portrait, in 1973.. A ceremony to mark the occasion was held near his former home, in San Mateo...
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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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I read somewhere the Vatican is a front for the Mafia..anyone else read or hear that,Maybe thats why their finger is twitchy on the mouse..

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Molly Rome has a noticeable chipped front tooth, which makes her easy to spot from all the other young adult actresses..In Dublin's fair city,Where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone..She was a fishmonger,but sure 'twas no wonder..The song tells the fictional tale of a fishmonger who plied her trade on the streets of Dublin, but who died young, of a fever..The actor who was feared to be infected was re-tested and found not to be HIV positive..The $14billion-a-year industry also faces a testing crisis..Molly or Mollie is both a given name and a pet-name for Mary or Margaret..Molly Moon is an intelligent 11-year-old orphan with pink blotchy legs, curly brown hair, a steady droning voice, large, hypnotic, green eyes and a "potato nose".. She likes eating ketchup sandwiches and drinking orange squash concentrate..Throughout the series, Molly learns to hypnotize, stop time, time travel, mind read, and morph..It's amazing, Molly.. The love inside, you take it with you.. I know you don't think I'm giving this 4 million dollars to a bunch of nuns!..Yes. Four-million dollars. And, um, how would you like that, Mrs. Miller? ..I also believe that the events in Millers Court were part of something very different..The photograph warrants close inspection, for it is a treasure trove of information about what actually happened in Room 13 Millers Court...
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The Book of Tobit ( Book of Tobias in the Vulgate; from the Greek: Τωβιθ, and Hebrew: טובי Tobi "my good", also called the Book of Tobias from the Hebrew טוביה Tovya "God is good") is a book of scripture that is part of the Catholic and Orthodox biblical canon, pronounced canonical by the Council of Carthage of 397 and confirmed for Roman Catholics by the Council of Trent (1546)..It is listed as a book of the "Apocrypha" in Article VI of the 39 Articles of the Church of England.. Tobit is regarded by Protestants as apocryphal because it was not included within the Tanakh nor considered canonical by Judaism..



Nevertheless, Tobit may have been considered historical by ancient Jewish rabbinic scholars, as a truncated Aramaic version of Tobit is included in Midrash Bereishit Rabbah, an aggadic commentary on the Book of Genesis compiled circa 400–600 AD.. It was also considered part of the Greek Hebrew Bible (the Septuagint).. More recently, in the Zionist era, Jewish settlers in Israel have sought to reclaim Tobit as part of the canon, as its focus on the response of a righteous Israelite to the massacre of his countrymen resonated with Jews who had recently experienced pogroms and attempts at genocide..

Upon arriving in Media, Raphael told Tobias of the beautiful Sarah, whom Tobias had the right to marry, because he was her cousin and closest relative. He instructed the young man to burn the fish's liver and heart to drive away the demon when he attacks on the wedding night..The two were married, and the fumes of the burning organs drove the demon away to Upper Egypt, while Raphael followed him and bound him. Meanwhile, Sarah's father had been digging a grave to secretly bury Tobias (who he assumed would be dead).. Surprised to find his son-in-law alive and well, he ordered a double-length wedding feast and had the grave secretly filled.. Since he could not leave because of the feast, Tobias sent Raphael to recover his father's money..The book is also closely related to Jewish wisdom literature; nowhere is this more clear than in Tobit's instructions to Tobias before his departure for Media in chapter 4..

In order to make himself appear more important, a miller lies to a king, telling him that his daughter can spin straw into gold (Some versions make the miller's daughter blonde and describe the "straw-into-gold" claim as a careless boast the miller makes about the way his daughter's straw-like blonde hair takes on a gold-like luster when sunshine strikes it). The king calls for the girl, shuts her in a tower room filled with straw and a spinning wheel, and demands that she spin the straw into gold by morning or he will cut off her head (other versions have the king threatening to lock her up in a dungeon forever)..Rumpelstiltskin (also spelled as Rumplestiltskin) is the antagonist of a fairy tale that originated in North Highlands (where he is known as Rumpelstilzchen). The tale was collected by the Brothers Grimm in the 1812 edition of Children's and Household Tales..It was Subsequently revised in later editions...
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Vannoccio Biringuccio,sometimes spelt V annocio Biringuccio, (1480–c. 1539) was an Italian metallurgist.. He is best known for his manual on metalworking, De la pirotechnia, published posthumously in 1540.. Biringuccio is considered by some as the father of the foundry industry as De la pirotechnia is the first printed account of proper foundry practice.. It also gives details of mining practice, the extraction and refining of numerous metals, alloys such as brass, and compounds used in foundries and explosives..

In his career he was in charge of an iron mine near Siena, and also in charge of its mint and arsenal. He was in charge of casting cannons for Venice and later Florence..Biringuccio was born in Siena. His father, thought to have been an architect, was Paolo Biringuccio and his mother was Lucrezia di Bartolommeo Biringuccio. He was baptised on October 20, 1480..He was a follower of Pandolfo Petrucci, the head of the powerful Petrucci family. Pandolfo employed him as a metallurgist.. After Pandolfo died in 1512, Borghese succeeded him, only to be ousted by his cousin, cardinal Raffaello, with the help of Pope Leo X..In 1523 Pope Clement VII caused the reinstatement of the Petrucci family, and along with them Biringuccio was able to return from exile..In 1536, he was offered a job in Rome by the Church, and in 1538 he became head of the papal foundry, and director of munitions...


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The first description of a procedure for isolating antimony is in the book De la pirotechnia of 1540 by Vannoccio Biringuccio; this predates the more famous 1556 book by Agricola, De re metallica.. In this context Agricola has been often incorrectly credited with the discovery of metallic antimony..Kohl is an ancient eye cosmetic, traditionally made by grinding galena (lead sulfide) and other ingredients.. It is widely used in South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and parts of West Africa as eyeliner to contour and/or darken the eyelids and as mascara for the eyelashes.. It is worn mostly by women, but also by some men and children..Kohl has been worn traditionally since the Protodynastic Period of Egypt (ca. 3100 BCE) by Egyptian queens and noble women, who used stibnite (the sulfide of antimony rather than of lead)..Kohl was originally used as protection against eye ailments.. There was also a belief that darkening around the eyes would protect one from the harsh rays of the sun..Usage of kohl eye paint in the Horn of Africa dates to the ancient kingdom of Punt...

The popular etymology, from ἀντίμοναχός anti-monachos or French antimoine, still has adherents; this would mean "monk-killer", and is explained by many early alchemists being monks, and antimony being poisonous..Another popular etymology is the hypothetical Greek word ἀντίμόνος antimonos, "against aloneness", explained as "not found as metal", or "not found unalloyed"..The early uses of antimonium include the translations, in 1050–1100, by Constantine the African of Arabic medical treatises..Known as the Charles Bravo Murder or the Murder at the Priory.. Charles Bravo, a lawyer was poisoned with antimony: he took 3 days to die but gave no indication of the source of the poison.. No-one was ever charged for the crime..His wealthy wife Florence had previously been married, in 1864, to Alexander Louis Ricardo, son of John Ricardo MP, but had been separated from him because of his affairs and violent alcoholism...
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I really enjoyed the list of families. I am from family of Cataeno and some family members still keep in touch with the Orsini's. The Cataeno family have long ties with the Vatican also keep genealogical records of the pedigree lines. Ahh... all that stuff but dead now... I think you people way too much into that shit for real.

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I read somewhere the Vatican is a front for the Mafia..anyone else read or hear that,Maybe thats why their finger is twitchy on the mouse..

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its the other way around the mafia is front for the jesuit order

All the mafia groups answer to ex king Juan Carlos of Spain

He is the most powerfull person amoug of the illuminati bloodlines

The royal bloodlines are all controlt by the jesuit controlt Crown Corparation in Little London.
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I really enjoyed the list of families. I am from family of Cataeno and some family members still keep in touch with the Orsini's. The Cataeno family have long ties with the Vatican also keep genealogical records of the pedigree lines. Ahh... all that stuff but dead now... I think you people way too much into that shit for real.
Im related to the Orsini/Maximus`s ,the Aldobrandini/Borghese`s, the Farnese/della Rovere`s, the Merdici/ De Medeci/ Domedici `s, the Borgia/borja`s the Gaetani/Caetani`s, the Doria-Pamphili-Landi`s, the Este Estence`s the Breakspeare`s Colonna/Cologna, the Conti`s

I dont know if im related to the chigi, and the somaglia?

The Families and Descendants of the Popes George L. Williams

https://books.google.dk/books?id=-mq...ecemts&f=false

Im from the Merovingian bloodline

The royal familys of europe

All these are on my family

Bernadotte
French Bourbon - there blood in my veins
Bourbon-Parma - there blood in my veins
Braganza - there blood in my veins
Grimaldi
Grosvenors
Guelph - there blood in my veins - Both my patents is from this family
Hanover - there blood in my veins -
Habsburg - there blood in my veins
Hozhenzollern - there blood in my veins
Karadjordjevic
Liechtenstein
Nassau
Oldenburg/glucksburg - i have them both in my veins - the first is the senior cadet branch the next is the junior cadet branch
Orange
Savoy - there blood in my veins
Wettin/Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - i have them both in my veins - the first is the senior cadet branch the next is the junior cadet branch
Wittelsbachs - there blood in my veins
Württemberg
Zogu

Ofcause i have tons of other familys blood in my veins and on my family tree.

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I really enjoyed the list of families. I am from family of Cataeno and some family members still keep in touch with the Orsini's. The Cataeno family have long ties with the Vatican also keep genealogical records of the pedigree lines. Ahh... all that stuff but dead now... I think you people way too much into that shit for real.
The Orsinis such as His Serene Highness Prince Leilo Orsini? What about his father Raimondo Orsini d'Aragona?

Orsini are right near the top of the pyramid. Dig for some dirt on them. TRUE ELITE. Not like Red Shield pions.

Orsini are close to the Jesuits. I have pictures of Ramondo with Jesuit priests. They are also close to Alessandro Borghese; Dame of Malta.
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Old 30-03-2015, 01:58 PM   #220
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I read somewhere the Vatican is a front for the Mafia..anyone else read or hear that,Maybe thats why their finger is twitchy on the mouse..

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=286
HELL NO.

Mafia families answer to the House of Bourbon/ Jesuit provincials.
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