The Civil War Pterosaur shot no one should see!”- Must read! | Ancient Patriarchs by Lu Paradise • March 19, 2010 • 49 Comments • 40,443 views The most obfuscated “pterodactyl” photo in history? Article also in Deutsch, Espanol, Français, Nederlands, & 中文 and also available as a Fully Illustrated PPS Powerpoint Presentation 1,6 MB here! There’s a very old photo that no one can see! When an octopus is threatened it expels a confusing cloud of ink into the face of its pursuer. James Files pointing to his temple describing JKF’s murder It’s similar to how the “Powers-That-Be” (PTB) often obfuscate (muddle) a true historical event into an unclear event, by spewing out pages of printers’ ink, full of conflicting commentaries, opposing opinions, and confusing chatter. Files gets away from “grassy knoll” scene Take for example the assassination of US President John F. The result is that nobody knows anymore what to believe, and they’re incapable to see the Zapruder film evidence as it really is, that the President gets thrown backwards and slumps to his left! Yes! Why! Yes!
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The dude map: How Americans refer to their bros “It seems safe to report that dude has supplanted totally as the word most often uttered by American youth,” claimed Richard Hill in his 1994 paper on the history of the word “dude.” That might be true, but as it turns out, “dude” is more popular in some parts of the United States than others. In other areas of the country, people say “pal,” “buddy,” and other colloquial vocatives—nouns that usually refer to a person. The map above shows the geographical concentration of a few such words. If you click the buttons, you’ll notice that “dude” is the most widespread. Others are heavily concentrated in particular regions, like “pal” in the north. When Hill wrote his history of “dude,” understanding such trends in slang was close to impossible. Forensic linguist Jack Grieve has been working with several billion tweets, collected by Diansheng Guo of the University of South Carolina, to analyze the geography of language using location data attached to the tweets. There are a couple caveats.
Emerald Tablet of Hermes Sacred-Texts Esoteric Index Previous Next The Emerald Tablet of Hermes History of the Tablet History of the Tablet (largely summarised from Needham 1980, & Holmyard 1957) The Tablet probably first appeared in the West in editions of the psuedo-Aristotlean Secretum Secretorum which was actually a translation of the Kitab Sirr al-Asar, a book of advice to kings which was translated into latin by Johannes Hispalensis c. 1140 and by Philip of Tripoli c.1243. Translations From Jabir ibn Hayyan. 0) Balinas mentions the engraving on the table in the hand of Hermes, which says: 1) Truth! Another Arabic Version (from the German of Ruska, translated by ‘Anonymous'). 0) Here is that which the priest Sagijus of Nabulus has dictated concerning the entrance of Balinas into the hidden chamber... Twelfth Century Latin Translation from Aurelium Occultae Philosophorum..Georgio Beato 1) This is true and remote from all cover of falsehood 2) Whatever is below is similar to that which is above. From Idres Shah
public relations - artforum.com / scene & herd Left: Left: Fulya Erdemci , curator of the 13th Istanbul Biennial. Right: Andrea Phillips , co-organizer of the biennial's ten-month public program, “Public Alchemy.” (All photos: Kaelen Wilson-Goldie) WHEN THE ISTANBUL FOUNDATION FOR CULTURE AND ARTS (IKSV) struck a sponsorship deal with Koç Holding to support five editions of the Istanbul Biennial over ten years, from 2006 through 2016, one can reasonably assume that everyone involved wanted something fairly solid—financial stability, reputational fortification—from the arrangement. So what can we expect in 2013? There are still four months to go before the official opening, but Erdemci has titled her show ( Mom, Am I Barbarian? Left: Curator and critic Maria Lind , director of Tensta Konsthall. The Conceptual Art Laboratory has inserted itself into every event for “Public Alchemy” to date. Left: Writer and scholar Suhail Malik . On Saturday morning, Erdemci was clearly tired and a little rattled. — Kaelen Wilson-Goldie