Monday, April 18, 2016

R.M. @niremet N.L.O. baza & Wolfsschanze's Vitches & Red Ice Creations & m.m. = much more

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::::    Wolf's Lair     ::::
German: Wolfsschanze
Polish: Wilczy Szaniec
was Adolf Hitler's first Eastern Front military headquarters in World War II. The complex, which would become one of several Führerhauptquartiere (Führer Headquarters) located in various parts of occupied Europe, was built for the start of Operation Barbarossa – the invasion of the Soviet Union – in 1941. It was constructed by Organisation Todt. The top secret, high security site was in the Masurian woods about 8 km (5.0 mi) from the small East Prussian town of Rastenburg (now Kętrzyn, Poland). Three security zones surrounded the central complex where the Führer's bunker was located. These were guarded by personnel from the SS Reichssicherheitsdienst and the Wehrmacht's armoured Führerbegleitbrigade. Despite the security, the most notable assassination attempt against Hitler was made at the Wolf's Lair on 20 July 1944. Hitler first arrived at the headquarters on 23 June 1941. In total, he spent more than 800 days at the Wolfsschanze during a 3½-year period until his final departure on 20 November 1944. In the summer of 1944, work began to enlarge and reinforce many of the Wolf's Lair original buildings. However, the work was never completed because of the rapid advance of the Red Army during the Baltic Offensive in autumn 1944. On 25 January 1945, the complex was blown up and abandoned 48 hours before the arrival of Soviet forces.

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 Red and Green Asian secret societies under new leadership

promise to “make the earth tremble”

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Phylogenetic analyses 

suggests fairy tales are

much older than thought

by Bob Yirka

Approximate locations of Indo-European-speaking populations in Eurasia. Points are colour-coded by linguistic subfamily: red, Germanic; pink, Balto-Slavic; orange, Romance; green, Celtic; blue, Indo-Iranian; Turquoise, Hellenic; grey, Albanian; brown, Armenian. Credit: Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp

Approximate locations of Indo-European-speaking populations in Eurasia. Points are colour-coded by linguistic subfamily: red, Germanic; pink, Balto-Slavic; orange, Romance; green, Celtic; blue, Indo-Iranian; Turquoise, Hellenic; grey, Albanian; brown, Armenian. Credit: Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp



Approximate locations of Indo-European-speaking populations in Eurasia. Points are colour-coded by linguistic subfamily: red, Germanic; pink, Balto-Slavic; orange, Romance; green, Celtic; blue, Indo-Iranian; Turquoise, Hellenic; grey, Albanian; brown, Armenian. Credit: Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645

(Phys.org)—A pair of researchers has conducted a phylogenetic analysis on common fairy tales and has found that many of them appear to be much older than has been thought. In their paper published in Royal Society Open Science, Sara Graça da Silva, a social scientist/folklorist with New University of Lisbon and Jamshid Tehrani, an anthropologist with Durham University describe the linguistic study they carried out and why they believe at least one fairy tale had its origins in the Bronze Age.











































Fairy tales are popular the world over, some so much that they have crossed over into multiple societies—Beauty and the Beast for example, has been told in one form or another across the globe. Modern linguists and anthropologists have set the origin of most such fairy tales to just prior to the time they were written down, which would make them several hundred years old. But this new research suggests they are much older than that, with some going back thousands of years.
To come to these conclusions, the researchers applied a technique normally used in biology—building phylogenetic trees to trace linguistic attributes back to their origin. They started with 275 fairy tales, each rooted in magic, and whittled them down to 76 basic stories. Trees were then built based on Indo-European languages, some of which have gone extinct. In so doing, the researchers found evidence that some fairy tales, such as Jack and the Beanstalk, were rooted in other stories, and could be traced back to a time when Western and Eastern Indo-European languages split, which was approximately 5,000 years ago, which means of course that they predate the Bible, for example, or even Greek myths.
The researchers placed confidence factors on different results, depending on how strong the trees were that could be built—some were obviously less clear than others, but one fairy tale in particular, they note, was very clear—called The Smith and The Devil, they traced it back approximately 6,000 years, to the Bronze Age.
Notably, Wilhelm Grimm, of the famous Grimm brothers who published many fairy tales back in 1812, wrote that he believed the tales were many thousands of years old—that notion was discredited not long after, but now, the researchers suggest, they believe he was right all along.
More information: Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales, Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645 , http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/3/1/150645
Abstract
Ancient population expansions and dispersals often leave enduring signatures in the cultural traditions of their descendants, as well as in their genes and languages. The international folktale record has long been regarded as a rich context in which to explore these legacies. To date, investigations in this area have been complicated by a lack of historical data and the impact of more recent waves of diffusion. In this study, we introduce new methods for tackling these problems by applying comparative phylogenetic methods and autologistic modelling to analyse the relationships between folktales, population histories and geographical distances in Indo-European-speaking societies. We find strong correlations between the distributions of a number of folktales and phylogenetic, but not spatial, associations among populations that are consistent with vertical processes of cultural inheritance. Moreover, we show that these oral traditions probably originated long before the emergence of the literary record, and find evidence that one tale ('The Smith and the Devil') can be traced back to the Bronze Age. On a broader level, the kinds of stories told in ancestral societies can provide important insights into their culture, furnishing new perspectives on linguistic, genetic and archaeological reconstructions of human prehistory.














































Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp

Phys.org

A pair of researchers has conducted a phylogenetic analysis on common fairy tales and has found that many of them appear to be much older than has been thought. In their paper published in Royal Society Open Science, Sara Graça da Silva, a social scientist/folklorist with New University of Lisbon and Jamshid Tehrani, an anthropologist with Durham University describe the linguistic study they carried out and why they believe at least one fairy tale had its origins in the Bronze Age. Fairy tales are popular the world over, some so much that they have crossed over into multiple societies — Beauty and the Beast for example, has been told in one form or another across the globe. Modern linguists and anthropologists have set the origin of most such fairy tales to just prior to the time they were written down, which would make them several hundred years old. But this new research suggests they are much older than that, with some going back thousands of years. To come to these conclusions, the researchers applied a technique normally used in biology — building phylogenetic trees to trace linguistic attributes back to their origin. They started with 275 fairy tales, each rooted in magic, and whittled them down to 76 basic stories. Trees were then built based on Indo-European languages, some of which have gone extinct. In so doing, the researchers found evidence that some fairy tales, such as Jack and the Beanstalk, were rooted in other stories, and could be traced back to a time when Western and Eastern Indo-European languages split, which was approximately 5,000 years ago, which means of course that they predate the Bible, for example, or even Greek myths. The researchers placed confidence factors on different results, depending on how strong the trees were that could be built — some were obviously less clear than others, but one fairy tale in particular, they note, was very clear — called The Smith and The Devil, they traced it back approximately 6,000 years, to the Bronze Age. Notably, Wilhelm Grimm, of the famous Grimm brothers who published many fairy tales back in 1812, wrote that he believed the tales were many thousands of years old—that notion was discredited not long after, but now, the researchers suggest, they believe he was right all along.

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More information: Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales, Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.

ore information: Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales, Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645 , http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/3/1/150645

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp
More information: Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales, Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645 , http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/3/1/150645

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp

Abstract
Ancient population expansions and dispersals often leave enduring signatures in the cultural traditions of their descendants, as well as in their genes and languages. The international folktale record has long been regarded as a rich context in which to explore these legacies. To date, investigations in this area have been complicated by a lack of historical data and the impact of more recent waves of diffusion. In this study, we introduce new methods for tackling these problems by applying comparative phylogenetic methods and autologistic modelling to analyse the relationships between folktales, population histories and geographical distances in Indo-European-speaking societies. We find strong correlations between the distributions of a number of folktales and phylogenetic, but not spatial, associations among populations that are consistent with vertical processes of cultural inheritance. Moreover, we show that these oral traditions probably originated long before the emergence of the literary record, and find evidence that one tale ('The Smith and the Devil') can be traced back to the Bronze Age. On a broader level, the kinds of stories told in ancestral societies can provide important insights into their culture, furnishing new perspectives on linguistic, genetic and archaeological reconstructions of human prehistory.


Journal reference:
Royal Society Open Science
http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp

A.O.T.T. = Also Other Topics Today

"The Interplanetary 

Phenomena Research Unit" 

~ Sgt. Clifford Stone Testimony

Sergeant Clifford Stone, US Army.
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10 Best

Mercedes Benz models 

Ever Made

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14.4.2016 :::: Brian Leon ::::

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Burning Circles in the Sky ~ by The Myrrors (2008) :::: 

S.S. i JNS 1919 April 18 ~ #2016+#223  

>>>> #2+#0+#1+#6+#2+#2#+#3 = #16 = #P 

<<<< Tapajós River Culture @Santarem, Brazil 1000-1500 AD ::::

Kold Killary Klinton = K.K.K.

Approximate locations of Indo-European-speaking populations in Eurasia. Points are colour-coded by linguistic subfamily: red, Germanic; pink, Balto-Slavic; orange, Romance; green, Celtic; blue, Indo-Iranian; Turquoise, Hellenic; grey, Albanian; brown, Armenian. Credit: Royal Society Open Science, Published 14 January 2016.DOI: 10.1098/rsos.150645

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-01-phylogenetic-analyses-fairy-tales-older.html#jCp
 #SnakeGoddess from the palace @KnossosCrete, 
circa 1600 BCE. Goddess of the #MinoanCivilization
Sculpture known as Ganditorul (#TheThinker) which was found in a Neolithic settlement in Cernavoda in Romania, and probably dating from around 5000 BC. The figure next to it is the Sitting Woman of Cernavoda. Both are made from terra-cotta, an unglazed, clay-based ceramic, and both are devoid of decoration which in itself is very unusual. Older artifacts focus on hunting or fertility, but this is the oldest pre-historic sculpture that reflects human introspection. As such it is often said to one of the first and most striking examples of art for art’s sake.
 B2  Mother of all living = B2M. = M2B. = M2 Bmw
:::: The Myrrors :::: Burning Circles in the Sky ::::
Tapajonic River Culture.
Tapajonic ceramic @Santarem, Brazil.
1000-1500 AD.
:::: ART :::: Tapajônica ::::
According to archaeologists, the Tapajós culture had many specific moments in his career. In their research, supported by the C-14 dating system, they give you about 500 years old, located between the years 1000-1500. These people were very numerous and lived in various regions of the mouth of the Tapajós River, near Santarém and as the Marajó, they were also Eximios potters. culture caryatids Pot Tapajós ceramic (clay and river cauixi sponge), that give you beauty and great strength. Structure and different reasons - for scholars, mixtures of antiplástico effect in ceramic produced by these people were incomparably more advanced than those which were used by other Amazonian cultures. Nacerâmica of Santarém, the antiplástico used was cauixi, a sponge found in freshwater rivers due to its suppleness and softness. With this technique produced a high hardness ceramic while that was also extremely light and easy to handle. Furthermore, they were developed and beautifully decorated with various motifs. The animal that is most represented in artistic suasmanifestações is the snake, which can be found in various styles, also appearing spiraled or stylized form, but always handled under very well - designed plastic figurations. They say the researchers, that the ceramic Santarém is the that more was produced in Brazil and can be found in diverse locations on the banks of the Tapajós river, where they can serdesenterradas. According to these, the Tapajós Indians lived between the Xingu and Tapajós rivers, with its unique and highly productive culture. Among its extensive production found sophisticated bowls, assorted sculptures, vases and zoomorphic ornitomorfos, animal figurines, plates, bowls, etc. The geometric figures are perennially represented in his art and its forms are very varied and excepcionalmenteharmônicas, including the Greek there and spirals of varying styles and figures playing straight and perfectly delineated angles. the tapajônicos people, although they are seen as brave warriors, they were famous for their art decorated pottery, as well as marajoaras. These arts have attracted the attention of researchers and curious around the world because, besides being very light and muitoresistentes were also very beautiful and varied. Immense and diversified production - these rich works of art are, so to speak, the only traces of the existence this valorous people inside the Amazon forest.It was discovered by Kurt Nimuendaju in 1923 that had information about it by a German priest who was his friend, whose name is unknown. The indigenous group Tapajó, located at the mouth  and along the right bank tributary of the Amazon - Rio Tapajós. All they found there cultural remains have been termed as a cultural complex, "Santarém culture."

 

This Ancient Babylonian 

Star Map Of Jupiter 

Just Changed 

History

Published ÄTät@@ 08:23, 09 April 2016

A researcher has just deciphered a mysterious clay tablet from ancient Babylon and it has changed history forever.
 
After close study, researchers concluded that ancient Babylonian Astronomers were able to calculate the precise celestial movements of Jupiter with the help of an ancient form of geometric calculus, which, according to mainstream scholars, wasn’t invented over millennia after. ...
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http://7tales.net/this-ancient-babylonian-star-map-of-jupiter-just-changed-history-951.html

:::: The Myrrors  ::::
Burning Circles in the Sky
A1  The mind's eye 
A2  Plateau skull 
A3  Burning circles in the sky 
B1  Warpainting 
B2  Mother of all living


2016

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 

vs.

2016

Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 

:::: Car and Driver :::: by Daniel Pund ::::

February 2, 2016

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:::: Alternative Flag of Portugal ::::

18. aprila 1919. na sastanku u Zagrebu osnovan je Jugoslovenski nogometni savez. Osnivačkoj skupštini u Zagrebu predsedavao je Danilo Stojanović, lekendarni Čika Dača, osnivač "Šumadije", "BSK" i još nekoliko klubova, izdvajajući tako Srbiju kao najsnažniju potporu državnog fudbalskog saveza. Za prvog predsednika JSN imenovan je Hink Virt, a u upravu su ušli predstavnici glavnih centara. Beograd je predstavljao Boško Simonović, student arhitekture na Zagrebačkom sveučilištu, kasnije i selektor reprezentacije. Odmah je doneta odluka o regionalnoj podeli. Srbija je okupljena u Beogradski podsavez, koji je obuhvatao je Vojvodinu, užu Srbiju i Kosovo i Metohiju. Tako se 18. april 1919. smatra i početkom rada današnjeg Fudbalskog saveza Srbije. Prekidi prvenstva uslovljavani su neslogom među podsavezima, a vrhunac je dosegnut 1929, kad je raspuštena Skupština JNS. Posle tri meseca krize, u februaru 1930. došlo je do pomirenja. Sazvana je vanredna Skuština JNS. Održana je 16. maja u Zagrebu i tom prilikom izglasana je seoba u Beograd i promena imena u Fudbalski savez Jugoslavije. Od tada, pa sve do okončanja raspada federacije, zajednička kuća fudbala nalazila se u srpskom prestonom gradu. S konačnim raspadom federacije, odnosno ocepljenjem Crne Gore, 28. juna 2006. Fudbalski savez Srbije je postao i državna kuća fudbala i primljen je u članstvo FIFA i UEFA, kao pravni naslednik svih prethodnih državnih saveza čiji je deo bio. Time su svetska i evropska federacija priznale kontinuitet fudbala na tlu Srbije i odlučujuću ulogu srpskog saveza u kreiranje istorije ove igre na području zapadnog Balkana još od kraja 19. stoleća.
http://www.srbijasport.com/klub.php?klub_id=223 


Royal Portuguese Reading Chambers.
Gabinete Real de Leitura Portugues.
Sport Lisboa e Benfica – kurz SL Benfica, Benfica oder SLB – auch bekannt als Águias (portugiesisch für Adler), Os Encarnados (portugiesisch für die Roten) oder im deutschsprachigen Raum auch Benfica Lissabon genannt – ist ein Sportverein aus der portugiesischen Hauptstadt Lissabon, vor allem bekannt für seine Fußballmannschaft, die zu Anfang der 1960er Jahre mit dem Weltstar Eusébio zweimal den Europapokal der Landesmeister gewann. Heute gehört die Mannschaft neben dem FC Porto und dem Stadtrivalen Sporting CP zu den Topclubs in Portugal. Benfica ist mit 34 Meisterschaften Rekordmeister in Portugal. Mit 25 Titeln des Taça de Portugal und sechs Siegen in der Taça da Liga ist Benfica auch in diesen Wettbewerben Rekordsieger. Bis heute wurden weitere fünfmal das Finale des Europapokals der Landesmeister, einmal das Finale des UEFA Cups und zweimal das Finale der UEFA Europa League erreicht – allerdings unterlag man den jeweiligen Gegnern, was viele der Anhänger auf den sogenannten Guttmann-Fluch zurückführen. Nur Juventus Turin hat ebensoviele europäische Endspiele verloren. Der 1904 gegründete Verein hat unter anderem auch Abteilungen für Basketball, Rollhockey, Radsport, Volleyball und Handball, von denen einige ebenfalls zur Spitze in Portugal gehören. Die Vereinsfarben sind Rot und Weiß. Laut dem Guinness-Buch der Rekorde war Benfica mit 270.000 eingeschriebenen Mitgliedern lange Zeit nach der Mitgliederzahl der größte Sportverein der Welt, bis er im November 2015 vom FC Bayern München überholt wurde. Laut einer Studie der UEFA vom November 2012 sind 47 % der Portugiesen Benfica-Fans. Damit stellt Benfica die höchste nationale Fanquote in ganz Europa.

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