Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Queens of the Nile Exhibition & Mystic Fire

ISS (International Space Station) on 23 May 2010 as seen from the
departing Space Shuttle Atlantis
during STS-132.

The Boeing Company is a Multinational Corporation that designs,
manufactures, & sells Airplanes, Rotorcraft,
Rockets, & Satellites worldwide. 
MH-47G Chinook during the aircraft's rollout ceremony 
May 6, 2007 @Boeing in Ridley Park Pennsilvania.
Here is a random job offer for an
Electrophysics Engineer/Scientist 
in Ridley Park,  Pennsilvania:
"Assist in developing & validating requirements for various communications, sensor, electronic warfare &  other electromagnetic systems & components. Assist in the development & validation of electromagnetic requirements for electrical/electronic systems, mechanical systems, interconnects & structures. Perform trade studies, modeling, simulation & other forms of analysis to predict component & interconnects performance and to optimize design around established requirements. Define & conducts simple tests to validate performance of designs to requirements. Assist in developing architectures to integrate components into higher level systems & platforms. Collect & analyze data on supplier & partner performance to ensure compliance to requirements. Provide support to products throughout their lifecycle from manufacturing to customer use by recommending engineering solutions to issues. Support project management by preparing & presenting project status data. Write simple sections of proposals to support development of new business. Work under general supervision." -- Koch Davis (looking for a B.Sc. or M.Sc. Electrophysics Engineer/Scientist who would work for the client Boing 

My Heroes Have Always Been 
Rebels  —  A Tribute to Star Wars’ 
Leia Organa
Queens of the Nile Exhibition 
at the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden 
in Leiden ~ 18 November 2016 until 17 April 2017

"Electromagnetic Fields are the Basis of Communications, most modern Technology & are integral to our understanding of the Universe. Ionized Matter (Plasma) dominates in Space & finds its Applications on Earth – from Material Processing to the Promise of Fusion Energy, the same Source that powers the Sun." 
-- KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
"Electrophysics incorporates a strong Foundation in Electrical Engineering with an understanding of Electromagnetic Fields & how they interact with Matter." -- KTH Royal Institiue of Technology in Stockholm
"The Bachelor in Software Development from Kristianstad University will give you a chance to explore the structure & design of software systems. You will study computer programming, software engineering, technical English & more. To prepare for future employments some of the courses focus on developing your ability to work in software development teams." -- Kristianstad University
Owl Leaf @ Science & Technology:

Michio Kaku (born January 24, 1947) is an American theoretical physicistfuturist, & popularizer of science. Kaku is a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York and CUNY Graduate Center. He has written several books about physics and related topics, has made frequent appearances on radio, television, & film, & writes online blogs & articles. He has written three New York Times best sellersPhysics of the Impossible (2008), Physics of the Future (2011), & The Future of the Mind (2014). Kaku has hosted several TV specials for the BBC, the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, & the Science Channel.
:::: M. Kaku @ Campus Party Brasil in 2012 ::::
I bought the German Version of 
Michio Kaku's book
Parallel Worlds
in 2007 &
read it
spring 2008.
It's a fantastic & very 
informative book. I love it 
& highly recommend it.
Parallel Worlds (book)  
A Journey Through Creation, 
Higher Dimensions, and the 
Future of the Cosmos 
is a popular science book 
by Michio Kaku 
first published 
in 2004.
:::: Parallel Worlds @M.A.R.S. ::::

Science & Tech:
Why Does Cannabis Produce THC?
:::: Portal + EXIT ::::
:::: ::::
M.Sc. Computer Science
B.Sc. Software Technology/Computer Science
"Computer science & technology play a key role in every part of the modern world. The master’s programme in Computer Science is based on the need for computer scientists to master the theoretical foundations of the field & be able to integrate them with other technologies. In addition to core courses in theoretical computer science & programming, the programme includes elective courses, such as artificial intelligence, databases & data mining, the design & programming of computer games, information security, advanced computer graphics, human-computer interaction &  theoretical computer science. ..." -- Lin. University
F.A.Q>>>> W.I.A M.? = What IA Matrix? 
"A Matrix is a mathematical calculation model to describe systematically determined dynamic and/or static Vectors. Vectors are SpaceTime PointDescribers/Pointers of MatterWaveRealities and/or other Theoretical Systems. Multidimensional VectorSystems respectively Matrices help Engineers & Physicists & Mathematicians & other Scientists to describe the Nature of
(E.F.)ElectromagneticFields & 
(Q.E.D.)QuantumElectroDynamics & 
(T.G.F.P.)TheoreticalGavitationFieldPhysics of our 
(H.M.)HolographicMultiverse &...&...&... 
... - 
Matrices are also very often used by 
SoftwareEngineers & 
ComputerScientists & 
InformationTechnologyExperts & 
in many areas of Science+Engineering in general."
-- Vladimir Gvozden, Summer 2015 in Hannover, Lower Saxony.
Since late 2013 I had the idea to study Computer Science, but some problems that I had in my life did not make that possible. Now that these problems are solved & gone, I decided that I want to do it & I also came to the conclusion that I should not study in Hanover or Berlin, but in a foreign country where I have never been before & where it is possible to study in English. Sweden is such a country for example:
B.Sc. Software Technology Linnaeus University, Växjö
M.Sc. Computer Science Linköping University, Linköping
In early January 2017 I will send applications to both Lin.Universities (Linnaeus Linköping& I'll see what will happen. I'm not sure if it is possible with my educational background to start directly with a Master's programmme in Computer Science or if I need a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science (or: Software Technology respectively Software Engineering) to get an admission for the Master's programme in Computer Science. The 2 Master's programmes in Electrophysics & in Information and Communication Technology KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm would also be 2 fantastic challanges. Given the choice only between these 2 I would prefer Electrophysics, because Information and Communication Technology is very similar to what I already studied & graduated in (EEIT Communications Technology @HsH on 8.8.2007).

My educational background:
I studied EEIT@Hochschule Hannover (HsH) 
(Electrical Engineering & Information Technology)
& I graduated in 
Electrical Communication Engineering (ECE
on 8.8.2007 (EEIT Faculty#1) 
@The University of Applied Sciences & Arts (HsH
with a Communications Engineering (CE) Diploma  

:::: Dipl.-Ing.(FH) CE / EEIT ::::
When I started to study EEIT there were 
no international B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) and 
M.Sc. (Master of Science) programmes 
@The HsH / Hochschule Hannover 
(University of Applied Sciences & Arts). 
Diplom-Ingenieur (Fachhochschule)
[ Dipl.-Ing (FH) ] programme was the only way 
to graduate & that's what I did on 8.8.2007.

German: Diplom 
Elektro- und Informationstechnik
Ingenieur (FH) 
für Nachrichtentechnik
Fachgebiet: Kommunikationstechnik
@HsH (Hochschule Hannover)
+Allgemeine Hochschulreife 1997
2 LeistungskurseKunst Biologie
Englisch: Art & Biology (advanced courses) 
& 2 Prüfungskurse:  
Geschichte (mündlich) & Deutsch (schriftlich)
Englisch: German & History
My Engineer's Diploma Thesis with a Colloquium on 8.8.2007 @The HsH
Laboratory for Cybernetics
is titled:

"Measured Value Acquisition & Analysis 
with MATLAB"
MATLAB (matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language. A proprietary programming language developed by MathWorks, MATLAB allows matrix manipulations, plotting of functions and data, implementation of algorithms, creation of user interfaces, and interfacing with programs written in other languages, including CC++C#JavaFortran and PythonSimulink adds graphical multi-domain simulation & model-based design for dynamic & embedded systems
:::: Read more @ÄTät@ :::: 

:::: Lin. Va = Linköping Vapen ::::
"The development of software and smart, efficient IT-solutions is changing the way we live our lives. People with the right skills, who – with the help of technology and management – can create innovative products, are sought after around the world. Those skills are what you develop when you study Software Engineering and Management. During the education you will be confronted with engineering and management problems from all areas of software engineering. You will also learn how to work in teams to find considerate solutions to problems without known solutions. The education develops your social and technical skills, both important for a successful career in IT. You will learn how to work in teams to find considerate solutions to problems without known solutions, experience the roles in a high performing team – and how a cohesive team can be more than the sum of its parts. You will confronted with engineering and management problems from all areas of software engineering: 'how do large organizations specify software?', 'how can they ensure sound architectures?', 'what language tools and platforms are available to realize software?', 'how is quality obtained and managed?', 'what are the challenges of decade long software lifetimes?'. The courses start with application development in the small, and gradually proceeds to software engineering in the large. ..."  ~SoftwareEngineering&Management@University of Gothenburg
"Linnaeus University is a modern, international university where we are inspired by Carl Linnaeus, with roots in Småland and the world as our stage. It is the spirit of the scientist, entrepreneur, and pedagogue Linnaeus that makes up the foundation at Linnaeus University." -- Linnaseus University

"Would you like to work with game development, IT systems for cars, or maybe within telecom? The future is exciting and full of possibilities! ::::Software Technology Programme :::: IT is everywhere in our society – in homes, healthcare and industry. This programme focuses mainly on the software in IT systems, which can be found in everything from mobile phones and games to cars and industrial robots. As a computer scientist, you will get solid knowledge of programming and the art of designing and developing IT systems. Computers are controlled by programs. These programs can be very small, or huge systems with millions of lines of program code. The development of larger programs requires well thought-out approaches and a good organization. How to organize, design and develop large computer systems are some of the things that you learn in software technology, which is an area of the subject computer science. You will also acquire knowledge of other fields of computer science such as computer networks, databases and operating systems. Elective courses within the programme let you create your own educational profile, for example in computer graphics/visualization." ::::
Sovereign Union
Q.S. & li.u & Nana & Alice &... 

Asserting Australia's First Nations Sovereignty into Governance

First Nations Stories

of Ancient Sea-Level Rise 

Preserved for 13,000 Years

Q.S. = Quadskele Symbol
Alice & The Cat & The Wealthy Gorilla

"This video illustrates how to derive the 8 x 8 (i.e. 64-entry) magic square for the planet Mercury by analyzing its sigil. This is the seventh video in my series on planetary magic squares., and the first to use the occult nature of the planetary symbol to derive its square - that is, using it as was intended. My goal with this video is to illustrate the importance of occult symbology, and the cache of knowledge hidden in plain sight." ~Aloxia Sinclaire @July 4th, 2016

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) was a German magician, occult writer, theologian, astrologer and alchemist. In his famous sayings, he emphasized: "All things which are similar and therefore connected, are drawn to each other's power." This is known as the law of resonance.

In his De occulta philosophia libri tres (Three Books Concerning Occult Philosophy), Agrippa joined the seven known planets with seven Magic Squares. In it he expounded on the magical virtues of seven magical squares of orders 3 to 9, each associated with one of the astrological planets. This book was very influential throughout Europe until the counter-reformation or Catholic Reformation, and Agrippa's magic squares, sometimes called Kameas, continue to be used within modern ceremonial magic in much the same way as he first prescribed.
Man inscribed in a pentagram, from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa's Libri tres de occulta philosophia. The signs on the perimeter are astrological.
The set of squares are used as Astrological Talismans & Amulets. The three books deal with Elemental, Celestial and Intellectual magic. The books outline the four elements, astrology, kabbalah, numbers, angels, God's names, ... De occulta philosophia libri tres helped perpetuate the belief in modern popular culture that the Knights Templar practiced witchcraft. Agrippa's Libri was written two centuries after the arrest and dissolution of the Templar brotherhood in October 1307 AD.
All images here below by Pivari Fabrizio

Saturn Magic Square

Saturn Square is of order 3 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 9. The magic constant is 15 and the sum of all the numbers of the square is 45. 15 and 45 are triangular numbers. The colours are: white for the numbers and black for the background. The metal of Saturn is lead.
Saturn Magic Square

Jupiter Magic Square

Jupiter Square is of order 4 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 16. The magic constant is 34 [2 x 17 = 34] the product of 2, the first female number (even are female, odd, without 1 are male) and 17 a male prime number. The sum of all the numbers of the square 136. 136 is strangely bound to 244. 13+33+63=244 and 23+43+43=136 The colours are: orange-bronze for the numbers and blue for the background. The metal of Jupiter is tin.
Jupiter Magic Square

Mars Magic Square

Mars Square is of order 5 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 25. The magic constant is 65, the second number equal to the sum of 2 squares 1 + 82 and 42 + 72 and product of 5 and 13, two important numbers. The sum of all the numbers of the square is 325, the smallest number sum of 2 squares in three different mode: 1 + 182, 62 + 172, 102 + 152. The colours are: green for the numbers and red for the background. The metal of Mars is iron.
Mars Magic Square

Sun Magic Square

Agrippa says that the table of the Sun, is a 6 x 6 square with thirty six numbers. Sun Square is of order 6 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 36. Each vertical, diagonal or horizontal row adds up to 111 and the sum of all the numbers in the square is 666, the number of the Beast in the Apocalypse. The colours are: purple or magenta for the numbers and yellow for the background. The metal of the Sun is gold.
Sun Magic Square
Beastly Magic Square

Another Beastly Magic Square
This order-6 magic square is constructed from the first 36 multiples of 6, and has a magic sum of 666.
Harvey D. Heinz received this beastly square from Patrick De Geest on Dec. 7, 1998.
This square contains many hidden 3-digit palindromes.

The top left 3 by 3 square is magic with S = 252.

The bottom left 3 by 3 square is magic with S = 414.

The 3 row of 3 cells in top right corner sum to 414.

The 3 row of 3 cells in bottom right corner sum to 252.

The corners of the 3 squares working from the outside to the center, each sum to 444.

The 6 by 6 border cells sum to 2220 which equals 666 + 888 + 666.

The border cells of the central 4 by 4 square sum to 1332 which equals 666 + 666.

The top half of the right-hand column sums to 252 and the bottom half to 414.

The top half of the column next to it sums to 414 and the bottom half to 252.

By dividing each number in the magic square by 6, a new magic square is obtained, with S = 111.

What other features still await discovery?

Venus Magic Square

Venus Square is of order 7 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 49. The magic constant is 175 equal 1 + 72 + 52. The sum of all the numbers of the square is 1225 = 352 is also triangular. The colours are: lemon yellow for the numbers and dark green for the background. The metal of Venus is bronze.
Venus Magic Square

Mercury Magic Square

Mercury Square is of order 8 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 64. The magic constant is 260, the sum of all the numbers of the square is 2080. The colours are: clear blue for the numbers and orange-bronze for the background. The metal of Mercury is mercury.
Mercury Magic Square

Moon Magic Square

Moon Square is of order 9 and uses all the numbers from 1 to 81. The magic constant is 369, formed by 3x1, 3x2, 3x3. The sum of all the numbers of the square is 3321. The colours are opposite Sun colours: yellow for numbers and purple or magenta for the background. The metal of Moon is silver.
Moon Magic Square
Source ::::

References ::::

Modern editions of Agrippa's works
  • De occulta philosophia libri tres. Ed. Vittoria Perrone Compagni. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 1992: ISBN 90-04-09421-0.
  • Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex. Trans. Albert Rabil, Jr. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996: ISBN 0-226-01059-7
Further reading
  • Lehrich, Christopher I. The Language of Demons and Angels. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2003: ISBN 90-04-13574-X. The only in-depth scholarly study of Agrippa's occult thought.
  • Nauert, Charles G. Agrippa and the Crisis of Renaissance Thought. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965: ASIN B000BANHI6. The first serious bio-bibliographical study.
  • van der Poel, Marc. Cornelius Agrippa, the Humanist Theologian and His Declamations. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 1997: ISBN 90-04-10756-8. Detailed examination of Agrippa's minor orations and the De vanitate by a Neo-Latin philologist.
  • Yates, Frances AGiordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. University of Chicago Press, 1964: ISBN 0-226-95007-7. Provides a scholarly summary of Agrippa's occult thoughts in the context of Hermeticism.
:::: Alice & The Cat ::::
:::: Wealthy Gorilla = W.G. ::::
:::: White Rabbit = W.R. ::::
:::: W.W. = S.O.L. :::::
:::: R.G. = Y. ::::
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of Using Secret ‘Code’ 
for Black Customers - Lawsuit 
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:::: Quote of the Day ::::
"If you don't know what truly motivates you,
you really don’t know what will satisfy you."
~ Tanya Tarr ~

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