Ancient Societies. Endgame - Pointeurs. Yonaguni Monument. Yonaguni formation Location of Yonaguni formation The Yonaguni Monument (与那国島海底地形, Yonaguni-jima Kaitei Chikei?
, lit. "Yonaguni Island Submarine Topography") is an underwater structure off the coast of Yonaguni, the southernmost of the Ryukyu Islands, in Japan. There is a debate about whether the site is completely natural or a natural site that has been modified, or is a man-made artifact. For these reasons, the site is also known in Japanese as the "Yonaguni (Island) Submarine Ruins" (与那国（島）海底遺跡, Yonaguni(-jima) Kaitei Iseki?).
Discovery The sea off Yonaguni is a popular diving location during the winter months owing to its large population of hammerhead sharks. Ouroboros. Origines[modifier | modifier le code] Antiquités égyptienne et asiatiques[modifier | modifier le code] Représentation d'un ouroboros sur une des faces d'un des sarcophages de Toutânkhamon.
L'ouroboros est un symbole très ancien que l'on rencontre dans plusieurs cultures sur tous les continents. La représentation la plus ancienne connue est sans doute une représentation égyptienne datant du XVIe siècle avant notre ère : « Attesté en Mésopotamie, l'ouroboros se rencontre surtout en Égypte, et ce depuis une période très ancienne : il est déjà mentionné dans les textes des pyramides ».
Les premières représentations figurées remontent à la XVIIIe dynastie : on en a notamment des exemples sur une des chapelles dorées de Toutânkhamon. Cependant, les dragons de la culture chinoise Hongshan (-4700 / -2600), appelés dragon-cochon (猪龍, zhulong, en chinois et Pig dragon en anglais) faits en jade ont pu inspirer les représentations anciennes grâce aux échanges nés de la route de la soie. Collectible card game. Cards from various collectible card games A collectible card game (CCG), also called a trading card game (TCG) or customizable card game, is a kind of card game that first emerged in 1993 and consists of specially designed sets of playing cards.
Terms such as "collectible" and "trading" are used interchangeably because of copyrights and marketing strategies of game companies. The rudimentary definition requires the game to resemble trading cards in shape and function, be mass-produced for trading or collectibility, and it must have rules for strategic game play. The definition of CCGs is further refined as being a card game in which the player uses his own deck with cards primarily sold in random assortments.
Acquiring these cards may be done by trading with other players or buying card packs. Overview Types and similar products CCGs of the past and present are divided into two kinds: "dead games" and "live games". The Chinese Disks of Baian-Kara-Ula, UFO Casebook Files. In 1968 the russian scientist W.
Saitsew published a paper which raised a lot of interest in the subject of nonterrestrians visiting earth in the past. Some of the information presented in his paper were based on the work which Professor Tsum Um Nui had done in 1962. For several years, nothing was heard of the disks. Looking for Life, Searching the Solar System - Paul Clancy, André Brack, Gerda Horneck - Google Books. Endgame The Calling - The puzzles: Phase 2 - The progbelisk clock or When does it really start.
Endgame ARG Wiki. The Fabulous 1,000-Foot White Pyramid of Xian. From CyberSpaceOrbit Website Since the end of the Second World War, rumors regarding the existence of giant pyramids in China have been appearing with increasing regularity in the press and literature of many countries.
There has been talk of structures whose size puts to shame the Cheops Pyramid of Egypt and the Sun Pyramid at Teotihuacan in Mexico. I’ve journeyed deep into China three times to discover the truth behind these rumors. All three times, these pilgrimages have taken me into Shaanxi Province, to an area about 40 miles south-west of the ancient Chinese capital of Xian, in the mountainous Qin Ling Shan region. I was searching for a pyramid which was said to have been, once, many millennia ago, multicolored, and to now be a dusty white. Until recently, Chinese officials have rebuffed all questions about these pyramids and all requests to view them.
And yet, over this century, a certain mythology has grown up around them. One day, U.S. Ancient Societies. Welcome to 'Endgame,' Google's worldwide augmented reality game that begins today. At its simplest, Endgame: The Calling is a novel about 12 teenagers scattered around the globe, participating in a high-stakes competition with the threat of the apocalypse and near-certain death looming.
But the Endgame universe sprawls much further than a single book. Endgame will eventually combine three novels with a host of other material, including shorter novellas, movies, and alternate-reality games (some of which lead to massive cash prizes of real gold) put together by Google’s Niantic Labs. It’s an ambitious, sprawling, potentially messy, potentially engrossing project that could only take place now, in a world where billions of the Earth’s inhabitants carry extremely powerful computers in their pockets everywhere they go.
It all begins today. Endgame: The Calling (by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton) is now available, and the alternate-reality game will kick off tonight at the Endgame launch party in New York City. Grande pagode de l'oie sauvage. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
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