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Old 20-03-2012, 08:25 PM   #301
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Lightbulb Masons are our present Druids



"Masons are our present Druids". (SOURCE: Signs and Symbols of Primordial Man: the Evolution of Religious Doctrine from the Eschatology of the Anciet Egyptians; publihed by George Allen and Company Ltd., Albert Churchward: London England, 1913)

"The Culdees were artisans. They were also married, although living under quasi masonic rule. In 924 the English King Athelstane, being to set forth on a campaign against Constantine, King of Scotland, passed through York, where he found the Culdees in possession of the monastery and Church of St Peter. Having ordered their prayers for his success and returned victorious, he confirmed them in many important privileges.

"The circumstantial traditions of the period have it that from the congregations of the Culdees at York arose the early Masonic lodges of Britain to which King Athelstane, at the instigation of a member of his family, granted franchises or charters in 934...

"As the York charter informs us, the Greeks and the Romans already regarded architecture as a great art and remarkable science which, as such, should be faithfully kept and that so great was King Athelstane impressed with the superior knowledge of these monastics in collision with Rome that he regulated their separate existence...

"The history of architecture, given in the York charter, proves that its compilers possessed the debris, disassociated from the historical facts, of the ancient synthesis. They were the most learned men of Europe in that epoch of universal ignorance. Their quotations of the Phoenicians, Hermes, Euclid, Ninus, Athens, Pythagorus, Vitruvius, Archimedes and others fill us with astonishment considering the importance of these citations. Can it, indeed, have been the Culdees who carried the sciences of antiquity over the black gulf of mediaeval disregard?" (SOURCE: Ancient Freemasonry: An Introduction to Masonic Archeology, The Culdees as Early Masons, by Frank Higgins: New York, 1919)


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Old 30-03-2012, 05:50 PM   #302
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A Roman road, leading from Mamucium (Manchester) to (Eboracum) York, crossed the moors at Blackstone Edge...

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Old 30-03-2012, 07:23 PM   #303
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Lightbulb St Paulinus of York

Paulinus (died 10 October 644) was a Roman missionary and the first Bishop of York. A member of the Gregorian mission sent in 601 by Pope Gregory I to Christianize the Anglo-Saxons from their native Anglo-Saxon paganism, Paulinus arrived in England by 604 with the second missionary group. Little is known of Paulinus' activities in the following two decades.


King Ælle of Deira and St Paulinus

Paulinus was a monk from Rome sent to the Kingdom of Kent by Pope Gregory I in 601, along with Mellitus and others, as part of the second group of missionaries sent to convert the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity. He was probably an Italian by birth. The second group of missionaries arrived in Kent by 604, but little is known of Paulinus' further activities until he went to Northumbria...Paulinus remained in Kent until 625, when he was consecrated as bishop by Justus, the Archbishop of Canterbury, on 21 July. He then accompanied Æthelburg, the sister of King Eadbald, to Northumbria where she was to marry King Edwin. A condition of the marriage was that Edwin had promised that he would allow Æthelburg to remain a Christian and worship as she chose. Bede, writing in the early 8th century, reports that Paulinus wished to convert the Northumbrians, as well as provide religious services to the new queen...There is some difficulty with Bede's chronology on the date of Æthelburg's marriage, as surviving papal letters to Edwin urging him to convert imply that Eadbald only recently had become a Christian, which conflicts with Bede's chronology.

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Edwin was defeated by the Welsh and died at the Battle of Hatfield Chase, on a date traditionally given as 12 October 633. One problem with the dating of the battle is that Pope Honorius I wrote in June 634 to Paulinus and Archbishop Honorius saying that he was sending a pallium, the symbol of an archbishop's authority, to each of them. The pope's letter shows no hint that news of Edwin's death had reached Rome, almost nine months after the supposed date of the battle.

Pope Gregory's plan had been that York would be England's second metropolitan see, so Paulinus established his church there. Although built of stone, no trace of it has been found. Paulinus also built a number of churches on royal estates.His church in Lincoln has been identified with the earliest building phase of the church of St Paul in the Bail.

Paulinus' missionary efforts are difficult to evaluate. Bede implies that the mission in Northumbria was successful, but there is little supporting evidence, and it is more likely that Paulinus' missionary efforts there were relatively ineffectual. Although Osric, one of Edwin's successors, was converted to Christianity by Paulinus, he returned to paganism after Edwin's death. Hilda, however, remained a Christian, and eventually went on to become abbess of the influential Whitby Abbey. Northumbria's conversion to Christianity was mainly achieved by Irish missionaries brought into the region by Edwin's eventual successor, Oswald...





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Old 30-03-2012, 08:44 PM   #304
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Lightbulb Gandhi visits the poor people of England

Footage - Gandhi - 1931 September, #11...Paramount Sound News...The major of Darwen, Lancashire (UK) welcomes Mahatma Gandhi; Gandhi interacts with local people; labourers of Springvale Cotton Mills cheer with Gandhi...


Gandhi visited at a time when his followers’ boycott of Lancashire cotton was thought to be having an adverse effect on the trade, causing hardship and poverty. It was thought that Gandhi might receive rough reception when he arrived in Darwen for a two-day visit on Friday, September 26th, 1931, but instead he was greeted with warmth and sympathy.

Darwen is a market town and civil parish located within Lancashire, England. Along with its northerly neighbour, Blackburn, it forms the Borough of Blackburn with Darwen — a unitary authority area. It is known locally as "Darren", and its residents are known as "Darreners". The main road through Darwen is the A666 towards Blackburn to the north and Bolton to the south, and ultimately Manchester...

Most authorities trace the name 'Darwen' to the Brythonic derw "oak", originally applied to the river; an etymology supported an older form of the name, Derewent (1208). It has also been claimed that the name Darwen stems from "Dwrgwyn", from the Old Welsh (also a Brythonic language) dwr or "water" and gwyn Brythonic for "white" or "clear". Thus the name may mean "clear water".


Greater Manchester lies at the conjunction of the ancient county boundaries of Cheshire, Lancashire and the West Riding of Yorkshire...


During the Middle Ages, much of what became Greater Manchester lay within the hundred of Salfordshire – an ancient division of the county of Lancashire. Salfordshire encompassed several parishes and townships, some of which, like Rochdale, were important market towns and centres of England's woollen trade. The development of what became Greater Manchester is attributed to a shared tradition of domestic flannel and fustian cloth production, which encouraged a system of cross-regional trade...

Two carved stones, probably parts of a Saxon preaching cross, were found on the site of Bradford Cathedral. They indicate that Christians may have worshipped here since Paulinus of York came to the north of England in AD 627 on a mission to convert Northumbria. He preached in Dewsbury and it was from there that Bradford was first evangelised. The vicars of Bradford later paid dues to that parish. The most prominent Christian church in Bradford is Bradford Cathedral, originally the Parish Church of St Peter. The parish was in existence by 1283, and there was a stone church on the rock shelf above Bradford Beck by 1327. The Diocese of Bradford was created from part of the Diocese of Ripon in 1919, and the church became a cathedral at that time. Many of the Roman Catholic churches that are found within the city are a legacy of the large Irish population that migrated to Bradford in the 19th century...

The name Bradford is derived from the Old English brad and ford the broad ford which referred to a crossing of the Bradford Beck at Church Bank below the site of Bradford Cathedral, around which a settlement grew in Saxon times. It was recorded as "Bradeford" in 1086...




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Old 31-03-2012, 12:12 AM   #305
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When you are stuck in a traffic jam make sure that the distance you keep from the vehicle in front, enables you to see their rear tyres touching the road.
The reason being, that your car's air intake is at the front of your vehicle and the vehicle in fronts exhaust is at the rear of their vehicle.
Get too close and you are just sucking in their poisonous exhaust fumes and on a fast track to a premature death from respiratory disease along with your passengers.

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Old 31-03-2012, 12:34 AM   #306
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Lightbulb Pollution

So lets build peoples homes next to the Roads just to make sure...and not forgetting the noise...

Traffic Noise Pollution...

In an urban environment typically 60-70% of the particles that we breathe in are from diesel or gasoline engines. Millions of particles are taken into our lungs with every breath we take, . The particles that are not exhaled travel in the human body, passing from the "air side" to the "fluid side" very quickly. Research elsewhere is being carried out to find out more about the tiny diesel particles that are able to travel through the lung walls into the bloodstream, what the body does with them and what the long term damage might be.




Air pollution in cities and beside roads can impair the way the brain functions, two new studies have revealed...especially around the London area...(Join Date: Jan 2011 Location Location Location: London Posts: 488 )

Asthma Rate and Costs from Traffic Pollution Higher: Much Higher Than Past Traditional Risk Assessments Have Indicated...

Traffic pollution has been blamed for tens of thousands of deaths every year across Europe.

Research published in The Lancet medical journal estimates that 6% of deaths per year in Austria, France and Switzerland are due to air pollution.

Half these deaths - some 20,000 - were linked to traffic fumes.

Traffic-related air pollution remains a key target for public health action in Europe

Dr Nino Kunzli, University of Basel, Switzerland

The researchers also estimated that traffic fumes were responsible for more than 25,0000 new cases of chronic bronchitis and more than 500,000 asthma attacks.





Friends of the Earth transport campaigner Tony Bosworth said: "If the impacts are the same in Britain, then nearly 19,000 deaths every year are due to road traffic.

"That's equivalent to a jumbo jet crashing every ten days. The government must take tougher action on traffic levels to reduce this appalling death toll."


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Old 01-04-2012, 03:30 PM   #307
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Lightbulb Bohemian Rhapsody


I see a little silhouetto of a man,
Scaramouche! Scaramouche! Will you do the
Fandango?!


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Lightbulb Bohemianism

Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people, with few permanent ties, involving musical, artistic or literary pursuits. In this context, Bohemians can be wanderers, adventurers, or vagabonds...By extension, Bohemia meant any place where one could live and work cheaply, and behave unconventionally; a community of free souls beyond the pale of respectable society. Several cities and neighborhoods came to be associated with bohemianism in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries...


The term Bohemianism emerged in France in the early 19th century when artists and creators began to concentrate in the lower-rent, lower class gypsy neighborhoods. Bohémien was a common term for the Romani people of France, who had reached Western Europe via Bohemia


Literary "Bohemians" were associated in the French imagination with roving Romani people (called "bohemians" because they were believed to have arrived from Bohemia), outsiders apart from conventional society and untroubled by its disapproval. The term carries a connotation of arcane enlightenment (the opposite of Philistines), and also carries a less frequently intended, pejorative connotation of carelessness about personal hygiene and marital fidelity. The Spanish Gypsy in the French opera "Carmen" set in Seville, is referred to as a "bohémienne" in Meilhac and Halévy's libretto (1875).

Roman authors refer to the area they invaded as Boihaemum, the earliest mention being in Tacitus' Germania 28 (written at the end of the 1st century AD). The name appears to include the tribal name Boi- plus the Germanic element *xaim- "home" (whence Gothic haims, German Heim, English home). This Boihaemum included parts of southern Bohemia as well as parts of Bavaria (whose name also seems to derive from the tribal name Boii) and Austria. The Czech name "Čechy" is derived from the name of the Slavic tribe of Czechs which settled down in this area in 6th or 7th century.

All copies of Germania were lost during the Middle Ages and the work was forgotten until a single manuscript as found in Hersfeld Abbey (Codex Hersfeldensis), in present-day Germany, in 1455. It was then brought to Italy, where Enea Silvio Piccolomini, later Pope Pius II, first examined and analyzed the book...



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The Hall of Mirrors ( Grande Galerie or Galerie des Glaces) is the central gallery of the Palace of Versailles and is renowned as being one of the most famous rooms in the world.

Enter the Dragon

In the 17th century, mirrors were among the most expensive items to possess and at the time, the Venetian Republic held the monopoly on the manufacture of mirrors. In order to maintain the integrity of his philosophy of mercantilism, which required that all items used in the decoration of Versailles be made in France, Jean-Baptiste Colbert enticed several workers from Venice to make mirrors at the Manufacture royale de glaces de miroirs. According to legend, in order to keep its monopoly, the government of the Venetian Republic sent agents to France to poison the workers whom Colbert had brought to France (Verlet, 1985a).



During the 17th century, the Hall of Mirrors was used daily by Louis XIV when he walked from his private apartment to the chapel. At this time, courtiers assembled to watch the king and members of the royal family pass, and might make a particular request by intoning: "Sire, Marly?" (Solnon, 1987). This was the manner in which one was able to obtain a much sought-after invitation to one of the king's house parties at Marly-le-Roi, the villa Louis XIV built north of Versailles on the route to Saint-Germain-en-Laye...In the successive reigns of Louis XV and Louis XVI, the Hall of Mirrors continued to serve for family and court functions. Embassies, births, and marriages were fêted in this room; however, perhaps the most celebrated event of the 18th century occurred on 25 February 1745: the celebrated bal des Ifs (Ball of the Yew Trees). It was during this costume ball that Louis XV, who was dressed as a yew tree, met Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson d'Étiolles, who was costumed as Diana, goddess of the hunt. Jeanne-Antoinette, who became Louis XV's mistress, is better known to history as the Marquise de Pompadour (Marie, 1984; Nolhac, 1926)...Louis XIV (5 September 1638 – 1 September 1715), known as Louis the Great or the Sun King ( le Roi-Soleil), was a Bourbon monarch who ruled as King of France and Navarre. He holds the distinction of being the longest-reigning king in European history, reigning for 72 years and 110 days...

The Cult Sun King

In 2007, three years of restorations to the hall were completed, including the replacement of 48 of the 357 antique mercury mirrors by Vincent Guerre. The restoration of the hall cost €12 million, or about $16 million, and included general cleaning, repairing statues, retouching paintings, tile work, and a complete closure of the hall to which 3 million people a year annually visit...Mercury mirror....A component of liquid mirror telescopes...Liquid mirror telescopes are telescopes made with a reflective liquid. The most common liquid used is mercury, but other liquids will work as well (for example, low melting alloys of gallium). The container for the liquid is rotating so that the liquid assumes a paraboloidal shape. A paraboloidal shape is precisely the shape needed for the primary mirror of a telescope...Isaac Newton noted that the free surface of a rotating liquid forms a circular paraboloid and can therefore be used as a telescope, but he could not actually build one because he had no way to stabilize the speed of rotation(the electric motor did not exist yet)...Currently, the mercury mirror of the Large Zenith Telescope in Canada is the largest liquid metal mirror in operation. It has a diameter of six meters, and rotates at a rate of about 8.5 revolutions per minute.

The Tortuguero monument connects the end of the 13th b'ak'tun with the appearance of Bolon Yokte' K'uh, shown here on the Vase of Seven Gods.


The 2012 phenomenon comprises a range of eschatological beliefs according to which cataclysmic or transformative events will occur on 21 December 2012. This date is regarded as the end-date of a 5,125-year-long cycle in the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar. Various astronomical alignments and numerological formulae have been proposed as pertaining to this date, though none have been accepted by mainstream scholarship.

Very little is known about the god Bolon Yokte'. According to an article by Mayanists Markus Eberl and Christian Prager in British Anthropological Reports, his name is composed of the elements "nine", 'OK-te' (the meaning of which is unknown), and "god". Confusion in classical period inscriptions suggests that the name was already ancient and unfamiliar to contemporary scribes. He also appears in inscriptions from Palenque, Usumacinta, and La Mar as a god of war, conflict, and the underworld. In one stele he is portrayed with a rope tied around his neck, and in another with an incense bag, together signifying a sacrifice to end a cycle of years...

Bolo Yeung will put you to sleep for good........

Sui Dynasty...A “skilled magician” named Song Zixian claimed to be Maitreya in Tang county (northwest of Yingzhou), and supposedly could transform into the form of a Buddha and make his room emit a glow every night. He hung a mirror in a hall that could display an image of what a devotee would be reincarnated as – a snake, a beast or a human being. Nearly a thousand “from near and far” joined his sect every day, and he plotted to first hold a Buddhist vegetarian banquet (wuzhe fohui) and then make an attack on the emperor who was then touring Yingzhou. The plot was leaked out, and Song was arrested and executed with over a thousand families of his followers.

At this time a notable teaching he will start giving is that of the ten non-virtuous deeds (killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, divisive speech, abusive speech, idle speech, covetousness, harmful intent and wrong views) and the ten virtuous deeds (the abandonment of: killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, lying, divisive speech, abusive speech, idle speech, covetousness, harmful intent and wrong views)...



The Sacred Hall of mirrors..where we will look at ourselves and analyze our behaviours/Bee Hive Ours with ourselves,with others,with nature and with the Planet on which WE live ...




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Old 10-04-2012, 12:18 PM   #311
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Press TV was forced off air because something was said against the Queen....why is no one allowed to make statement against her? It is her Gov't and surely if any War etc don't her Gov't have to have her final word in order to go ahead...I know it is not answering about Masons..but yet i did read her Husband was top of the Masonics...
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Queen Maud Land (Norwegian: Dronning Maud Land) is a c. 2.7 million-square-kilometre (1 million sq mi) region of Antarctica claimed as a dependent territory by Norway. The territory lies between 20° west and 45° east, between the British Antarctic Territory to the west and the Australian Antarctic Territory to the east. The latitudinal limits of the territory are not officially defined. Positioned in East Antarctica, the territory comprises one-sixth of the total area of Antarctica. The claim is named for Maud (1869–1938), queen consort of King Haakon VII of Norway...


Most of the territory is covered by the Antarctic ice sheet, and a tall ice wall stretches throughout its coast. In some areas further within the ice sheet, mountain ranges breach through the ice, allowing for birds to breed and the growth of a limited flora. The region is divided into the Princess Martha Coast, Princess Astrid Coast, Princess Ragnhild Coast, Prince Harald Coast and Prince Olav Coast. The waters off the coast are called the King Haakon VII Sea.


There is no permanent population, although there are twelve active research stations housing a maximum average of 40 scientists, the numbers fluctuating depending on the season. Six are occupied year-round, while the remainder are seasonal summer stations. The main aerodromes for intercontinental flights, corresponding with Cape Town, South Africa, are Troll Airfield, near the Norwegian Troll research station, and a runway at the Russian Novolazarevskaya Station...


Novolazarevskaya Station (Russian: Станция Новолазаревская) is a Russian, formerly Soviet, Antarctic research station. The station is located at Schirmacher Oasis, Queen Maud Land, 75 km from the Antarctic coast, from which it is separated by Lazarev Ice Shelf. It was opened on January 18, 1961 by the 6th Soviet Antarctic Expedition. The maximum summer population is 70.

The German Neumayer-Station III, finished in 2009, succeeded two former stations that were buried by snow and ice. It conducts geophysical, meteorological and seismological research, as well as air chemistry measurements and atmospheric ozone monitoring. Germany's other station, Kohnen, was opened as part of a major ice-drilling project...

Novolazarevskaya has an airstrip that serves both research-related and commercial flights. In 2010 GLONASS differential reference station started to work in Novolazarevskaya. The reference station also provides Internet to Novolazarevsklaya personnel.




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Princess Elisabeth Antarctica, located on Utsteinen Nunatak in Dronning Maud Land (71.57°S 23.20°E) is a Belgian scientific polar research station, which went into service on February 15, 2009. The station, designed, built and operated by the International Polar Foundation, is the first polar base that combines eco-friendly construction materials, clean and efficient energy use, optimization of the station's energy consumption and clever waste management techniques. The station is built against a ridge (The Utsteinen ridge) that is exposed to gales of up to 300 km/h. The station can withstand such strong winds through its aerodynamic shape and its foundation anchoring of several meters deep into the permafrost.



The upper deck of the building is the actual station and looks over the ridge edge. The lower deck contains a garage for snowcat vehicles and other utilities. The Princess Elisabeth base is the only zero emission base on the Antarctic, and runs entirely on solar and wind energy through the use of a micro smartgrid grid.The station is connected to nine wind turbines that stretch out along the Utsteinen ridge. It will house up to 16 scientists at a time.


Satellite view of Antarctica with location of research bases (red dots). A large majority of them are along the coast line. The location of Princess Elisabeth base is indicated by the large yellow dot. The base is located in the vicinity of the Sør Rondane Mountains in the Queen Maud Land, about 4000 km south of South-Africa and 200 km inland (lat=71°57’S, long=23°20’E, elev=1370m)...The station is named after Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, granddaughter of Albert II of Belgium and daughter of Prince Philippe, Duke of Brabant.



King Albert II with Queen Paola, and other royals and Heads of state, at the funeral of Pope John Paul II.


The House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (orig. Haus Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha) is a German dynasty, the senior line of the Saxon House of Wettin that ruled the Ernestine duchies, including the duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

Founded by Ernest Anton, the sixth duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, it is also the royal house of several European monarchies, and branches currently reign in Belgium through the descendants of Leopold I, and in the Commonwealth realms through the descendants of Prince Albert. Due to anti-German sentiment in the United Kingdom during World War I, George V of the United Kingdom changed the name of his branch from Saxe-Coburg and Gotha to Windsor in 1917. The same happened in Belgium where it was changed to "van België" (Dutch) or "de Belgique" (French).


The Norwegian name, Dronning Maud Land, is also used by English speakers. This derives from a 1974 agreement between Norway and the United Kingdom, in which it was agreed to not translate the place names in each other's respective claims. Informal corresponding agreements is also in effect with Australia, New Zealand and France

The Showa Station is Japan's main research station in Antarctica. A vast array of research is conducted there, including upper atmosphere physics, meteorology, seismology, gravimetry, geodesy/mapping, oceanography, glaciology, geology, marine and terrestrial biology, and medical research. Japan's other station, Dome Fuji Station was opened as part of a major ice-coring project. It mainly studies climate change, and conducts deep drilling and atmospheric observations

The Maitri station succeeded the Dakshin Gangotri station in 1989, India's first Antarctic base. Maitri's research focus on geology, and the study of the supercontinent Gondwana, when India and Antarctica belonged to the same landmass. It also includes low-temperature engineering research that is relevant to conditions in the Himalayas.



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Wiltshire...2° 12′ 32″ W ( or the County of Wilts) is a ceremonial county in South West England. It is landlocked and borders the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. It contains the unitary authority of Swindon and covers 3,485 km2 (1,346 square miles). The ancient county town was Wilton, but since 1930 Wiltshire County Council and its successor Wiltshire Council (from 2009) have been based at Trowbridge...The county, in the 9th century written as Wiltunscir, later Wiltonshire, is named after the former county town of Wilton,itself named after the river Wylye, one of eight rivers which drain the county...Wiltshire is characterised by its high downland and wide valleys. Salisbury Plain is famous as the location of the Stonehenge and Avebury stone circles and other ancient landmarks and as the main training area in the UK of the British Army.



Wiltshire is notable for its pre-Roman archaeology. The Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age people that occupied southern Britain built settlements on the hills and downland that cover Wiltshire. Stonehenge and Avebury are perhaps the most famous Neolithic sites in the UK.



The local nickname for Wiltshire natives is moonrakers. This originated from a story of smugglers who managed to foil the local Excise men by hiding their alcohol, possibly French brandy in barrels or kegs, in a village pond. When confronted by the excise men they raked the surface in order to conceal the submerged contraband with ripples, and claimed that they were trying to rake in a large round cheese visible in the pond, really a reflection of the full moon. The officials took them for simple yokels or mad and left them alone, allowing them to continue with their illegal activities. Many villages claim the tale for their own village pond, but the story is most commonly linked with The Crammer in Devizes...



The Wiltshire economy benefits from the "M4 corridor effect", which attracts business, and the attractiveness of its countryside, towns and villages...The opening of the Second Severn Crossing in 1996 resulted in the previous M4 and bridge, serving Chepstow, being renumbered the M48, although the area is still generally considered as falling within the M4 corridor...The Second Severn Crossing (Welsh: Ail Groesfan Hafren) is a bridge which carries the M4 motorway over the River Severn between England and Wales, inaugurated on 5 June 1996 by HRH The Prince of Wales to augment the traffic capacity of the original Severn Bridge built in 1966...The Severn Bridge (Welsh: Pont Hafren) is a suspension bridge spanning the River Severn between South Gloucestershire, just north of Bristol, England, and Monmouthshire in South Wales, via Beachley, a peninsula between the River Severn and River Wye estuary...The bridge was opened on 8 September 1966, by Queen Elizabeth II, who hailed it as the dawn of a new economic era for South Wales.


Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 2.0 miles (3.2 km) west of Amesbury and 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of a circular setting of large standing stones set within earthworks. It is at the centre of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred burial mounds...

Moonraker (1979) is the eleventh spy film in the James Bond series, and the fourth to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.


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not all SECRET places within the universal mind are CLEVER in terms of planetary effect!
ATLANTIS was destroyed by the planetary being not as punishment.. But because its mindstyle had become hierarchical,
ATLANTIS had the chance to spread teaching to the entire planet. but instead chose to evolve itself quicker than the rest of the relativly savage human species- the cromagnon.. The simple fact that the future of humanity contained less biodiversity within its future called the planetary being to CULL that area of the mind which limited potential futures which had inherant diversity!
The very act of trying to create a new world order from a hierarchical standpoint attracts the wrath of GOD!
the very real fact is that 1000s of years ago we had KINGS... perhaps that was a level of shamanism bought by the earths need to begin civilisation!
why would we devalue the people linked to this type of ancestor?
hierarchy is at an end.. and i would not suggest that the monarchy begin to reign supreme.. I would suggest that new forms of political or government control admit that their power is not of god but as reaction to the outmoded shamanism within royal blood!
perhaps once hierarchy is abolished and we have an equality of human percpetion we can use the royal bloodlines to form a window into deep shamanism beneath our ancient origins.

to include the notion of shamanism within all the original lines of kings on all continents as a start to civilisation around the globe!. The idea that policy and governments have developed as a response to this suggests that perhaps certain principles of government are reactionary and not a Given Force by the universe! All lines of kings regardless of nation will come into equality with the people, but that does not deny them the strength within their origin as it is a valuable key to the power of the earth as it flows through our human kind!
I would suggest that before a new world order breaks out, or before all caucasions are destroyed by a vector gene virus.. that new shamanism from the earth will establish another series of awarness to prevent anarchic bloodshed by the governments of earth!

the world governments are dangerously racist beneath the scenes.. no good can come of it! america could close its borders in a matter of hours if a plague broke out.. only needs one scientist to make such a plague. Various non ethnicly diverse cultures or civilisational gene groups could also destroy much of the rest of humanity without closing any walls!
WE need the original power within shamanistic kings to impact our globe before the governemnts (who are truly the anarchists) make fatal errors with our kind. Otherwise atlantis may be the phenomenon...this could take the form of a unilateral MIND PLAGUE summoned from the earth to bring equality before equality is compromised by the actions of governments on earth!
This is not to say that the "original power" within shamanistic kings will re-impact the existing descendants of those kings! It is more likely to be a STEPPED energy allowing new shamanism as well as keeping a hereditary awarness within old shamanism!

or.. the monarchy are fine.. as they do not overstep the people.. however once there is a new world order- maybe we will have a perspective on why they used to be so special..

The reason the masons like this.., is because the masons house their power in architecture and archit3ectural tools.. Anything which carries forward to a perfected future must cast light apon the deep past!
MACHINE.
So the monarchy will be respected because if we keep them around long enough they will tell us HOW they became powerful in the old days.
and hence make us all a bit more clever as to the universe..
Its a pureley selfish mechanism of time,perfection and power..

(beneath it all they are probably just jealous.. But thats alignment!)

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The Neolithic builders of Stonehenge were inspired by "auditory illusions" when they drew up blueprints for the ancient monument, a researcher claims.


Stonehenge Aotearoa, was built by members of The Phoenix Astronomy Society and is located near Carterton, New Zealand is a modern adaptation of the Stonehenge ruins on the Salisbury Plain of England.



Q: Without the use of the wheel, the builders must have used sledges, log rollers, and many people, right?


Yes, and our experiments show that it seems more likely that some form of sledge would have been used to transport stones as log rollers are very prone to getting bogged down, particularly in softish ground...


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http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/ancient...questions.html

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If i am not mistaken it is the Duke of kent and not the Queen that is the head of the masons.

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Thats correct, the Queen is the head of the Protestant branch of the Knights of Malta.
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The ancient Nazca Lines comprise hundreds of enormous ground drawings etched into the high desert landscape of Peru, which consist primarily of geometric shapes, but also include depictions of a variety of animals and at least one human figure. Many believers in ancient astronauts cite the Nazca lines as evidence because the figures created by the lines are most clearly depicted or only able to be seen when viewed from the air.

The 2010 Copiapó mining accident, also known as the "Chilean mining accident", began in the afternoon of Thursday, 5 August 2010 as a significant cave-in at the troubled 121-year-old San José copper–gold mine. The mine is located deep in the Atacama Desert, one of the driest and harshest regions on earth, about 45 kilometers (28 mi) north of Copiapó, in northern Chile, South America. The buried men, who became known as "Los 33" ("The 33"), were trapped 700 meters (2,300 ft) underground and about 5 kilometers (3 mi) from the mine's entrance via spiraling underground service ramps..


Writing professor Joe Nickell of the University of Kentucky(Established 1865), using only technology he believed to be available to people of the time, was able to recreate one of the larger figures with a reasonable degree of accuracy..."Estamos bien en el refugio, los 33"


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