Mica - El
Michael (Hebrew: מִיכָאֵל (pronounced [ˌmixäˈʔel]), Micha'el or Mîkhā'ēl; Greek: Μιχαήλ, Mikhaḗl; Latin: Michael or Míchaël; Arabic: ميخائيل, Mīkhā'īl) is an archangel in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic teachings. Roman Catholics, the Eastern Orthodox, Anglicans, and Lutherans refer to him as Saint Michael the Archangel and also simply as Saint Michael. Orthodox Christians refer to him as the Taxiarch Archangel Michael or simply Archangel Michael.
In Hebrew, Michael means "who is like God" (mi-who, ke-as or like, El-deity), which is traditionally interpreted as a rhetorical question: "Who is like God?" (which expects an answer in the negative) to imply that no one is like God. In this way, Michael is reinterpreted as a symbol of humility before God.
In the Hebrew Bible Michael is mentioned three times in the Book of Daniel, once as a "great prince who stands up for the children of your people". The idea that Michael was the advocate of the Jews became so prevalent that in spite of the rabbinical prohibition against appealing to angels as intermediaries between God and his people, Michael came to occupy a certain place in the Jewish liturgy.
In the New Testament Michael leads God's armies against Satan's forces in the Book of Revelation, where during the war in heaven he defeats Satan. In the Epistle of Jude Michael is specifically referred to as an "archangel". Christian sanctuaries to Michael appeared in the 4th century, when he was first seen as a healing angel, and then over time as a protector and the leader of the army of God against the forces of evil. By the 6th century, devotions to Archangel Michael were widespread both in the Eastern and Western Churches. Over time, teachings on Michael began to vary among Christian denominations.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_(deity)
Cryogenically-cooled ceramic superconductor floats in an invisible magnetic field called the Meisnner Effect. All current superconductors require liquid nitrogen, helium or hydrogen in order to achieve superconductivity. Magnetic Power, Inc and others are searching for materials that can achieve this same feat, but at room temperature.
Xanadu Madrid - snow key
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Hiram is a symbolic character, it is no coincidence that its name begins with h, as Horus of Egypt, Hermes and Hercules of Greece and Hiram of Tyre
represents the manifestation of divine intelligence, projector, universal mind, which symbolizes the great architect of the universe that Masons call in code the GADU;
X-A -N -ADU
X 60 degrees cross A -quarius - 14 N Leo - Great Architect of the Universe
Sun -15 - mon-key
Sun -1111 - mon 1-7 singularity key
Iron Age 'Mickey Mouse' Found
Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News
June 15, 2007 — One thousand years before the cartoon character Mickey Mouse was even a glint in Walt Disney's eye, a French artist created a bronze brooch that looks remarkably like the famous rodent, according to archaeologists at Sweden's Lund Historical Museum, which houses the recent find.
The object, dated to 900 A..D., was excavated at a site called Uppåkra in southern Sweden.
Although made of bronze, the brooch ornament likely adorned the clothing of an Iron Age woman. Excavations at nearby sites, such as at Järrestad, have yielded other unusual pieces of jewelry, such as a necklace with a pail fob at the end and another necklace strung with 262 pieces of amber.
The bronze brooch may remind modern viewers of Mickey Mouse, but archaeologist Jerry Rosengren from Lund University told Discovery News that it actually represents a lion.
A medieval fresco featuring a rodent with an uncanny resemblance to Mickey Mouse has been uncovered in an Austrian church.
As word of the 700-year-old image spread, the minds of local tourism officials began working overtime.
"This fresco proves that Mickey Mouse is a true Austrian and was not born in Hollywood," said Siggi Neuschitzer, the manager of the tourism office in the village of Malta, in the south of the country, where the painting was found.
He said he was planning to refer the painting to lawyers.
"The similarity to Mickey Mouse is so astounding that Disney could lose its world-wide copyright."
The modern Mickey, with large round ears and an upturned button nose, was first sketched by Walt Disney in 1928. The 14th century version is shown kneeling at the feet of St Christopher, the patron saint of travellers.
Eduard Mahlknecht, the art historian and restorer who uncovered it, said that St Christopher was often portrayed surrounded by animals. The extra large ears on the rodent could be attributed to a myth that says the weasel was fertilised through the mouth and gave birth from its ears.
The discovery has generated an unusual thrill of excitement in the small Carinthian community.
Shopkeepers rubbed their hands and expressed the hope that the fresco would turn the village into a shrine for Mickey Mouse fans from around the world.
The Disney Company refused to comment.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Star_Feng_Shui
Xuan Kong Flying Star feng shui or Xuan Kong Fei Xing is one of disciplines in Feng Shui, and is an integration of the principles of Yin Yang, the interactions between five elements, the eight trigrams, the Lo Shu numbers, and the 24 Mountains, by using time, space and object to create an astrological chart to analyze positive auras and negative auras of a building.
FundamentalsIn the Lo Shu Square
, flying stars are nine numbers.
Each number in the Lo Shu represents one of the Chinese Trigrams and is related to an Element, Family Member, Cardinal, Colour, Hour, Season, Organ, Ailments and many others.
The numbers always move to the lower right (northwest), middle right (west), lower left (northeast), upper center (south), lower center (north), upper right (southwest), middle left (east), upper left (southeast) and back to the center.
Daily Flying Star
Daily and bihourly flying stars are usually applied to predict the time of a happening.
Daily Flying Stars are governed by,
RULE 1: From the onset of Winter Solstice until Summer Solstice in the following year, the daily stars progress in ascending order (... 7,8,9,1, 2, 3, ...). The stars are distributed around the nine palaces following Lo Shu path.
On the very first Yang Wood Rat day or Jia-zi day after Winter Solstice, daily Star 1 presides the center palace.
RULE 2: From the onset of Summer Solstice until the next Winter Solstice, the daily stars progress in a descending order (... 3,2,1,9,8,7,...). The stars are distributed around the nine palaces fleeing Lo Shu path.
On the very first Yang Wood Rat day or Jia-zi day after Summer Solstice, daily Star 9 presides the center palace.
Bihourly Flying Star
Bi-hourly Flying Stars are ruled by,
RULE 1: From the onset of Winter Solstice until Summer Solstice in the following year, the bi-hourly stars are distributed around the nine palaces following Lo Shu path.
The stars progress in ascending order every bi-hourly.
On Rat, Rabbit, Horse, and Rooster days, star 1 occupies the center sector at Rat hour (11 pm of previous day – 1 am). On Ox, Dragon, Goat, and Dog days, star 4 occupies the center sector at Rat hour. On Tiger, Snake, Monkey, Pig days, star 7 occupies the center sector at Rat hour.
RULE 2: From the onset of Summer Solstice until next Winter Solstice, the bi-hourly stars are distributed around the nine palaces fleeing Lo Shu path. The stars progress in descending order every bi-hourly.
On Rat, Rabbit, Horse, and Rooster days, star 9 occupies the center sector at Rat hour. On Ox, Dragon, Goat, and Dog days, star 6 occupies the center sector at Rat hour. On Tiger, Snake, Monkey, Pig days, star 3 occupies the center sector at Rat hour.Lo Shu Square
(simplified Chinese: 洛书; traditional Chinese: 洛書; pinyin: luò shū; also written 雒書; literally: Luo (River) Book/Scroll) or the Nine Halls Diagram (simplified Chinese: 九宫图; traditional Chinese: 九宮圖; pinyin: jiǔ gōng tú), is the unique normal magic square of order three. Lo Shu is part of the legacy of the most ancient Chinese mathematical and divinatory (Yi Jing 易經) traditions, and is an important emblem in Feng Shui (風水), the art of geomancy concerned with the placement of objects in relation to the flow of qi (氣) 'natural energy'.
Chinese legends concerning the pre-historic Emperor Yu (夏禹) tell of the Lo Shu, often in connection with the Ho Tu (河圖) figure and 8 trigrams. In ancient China there was a huge deluge: the people offered sacrifices to the god of one of the flooding rivers, the Lo river (洛水), to try to calm his anger. A magical turtle emerged from the water with the curious and decidedly unnatural (for a turtle shell) Lo Shu pattern on its shell: circular dots giving unary (base 1) representations of the integers one through nine are arranged in a three-by-three grid.
The Lo Shu square
on the back of a small turtle (in the center), surrounded by the signs of the Chinese Zodiac and the Eight trigrams, all carried by a large turtle (which, presumably, stands for the Dragon horse that had earlier revealed the trigrams to Fu Xi). A Tibetan design.
The odd and even numbers alternate in the periphery of the Lo Shu pattern; the 4 even numbers are at the four corners, and the 5 odd numbers (outnumbering the even numbers by one) form a cross in the center of the square. The sums in each of the 3 rows, in each of the 3 columns, and in both diagonals, are all 15 (the number of days in each of the 24 cycles of the Chinese solar year). Since 5 is in the center cell, the sum of any two other cells that are directly through the 5 from each other is 10 (e.g., opposite corners add up to 10, the number of the Ho Tu (河圖)).
The Lo Shu is sometimes connected numerologically with the Ba Gua 八卦 "8 trigrams", which can be arranged in the 8 outer cells, reminiscent of circular trigram diagrams. Because north is placed at the bottom of maps in China, the 3x3 magic square having number 1 at the bottom and 9 at the top is used in preference to the other rotations/reflections. As seen in the "Later Heaven" arrangement, 1 and 9 correspond with ☵ Kǎn 水 "Water" and ☲ Lí 火 "Fire" respectively. In the "Early Heaven" arrangement, they would correspond with ☷ Kūn 地 "Earth" and ☰ Qián 天 "Heaven" respectively. Like the Ho Tu (河圖), the Lo Shu square, in conjunction with the 8 trigrams, is sometimes used as a mandalic representation important in Feng Shui (風水) geomancy.The Rat (Chinese: 鼠, shǔ)
was welcomed in ancient times as a protector and bringer of material prosperity. It is the first of the animal cycle of 12 years appears in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. The Rat is associated with aggression, wealth, charisma and order, even more associated with death, war, the occult, pestilence,
and atrocities. According to this rodent, in ancient India even in China, which still retains ancestrally an animal is considered respected unlike Western cultures, as well call a person in the West mean in a metaphorical sense and negative "Unclean" that is despicable and unwelcome. However in Eastern culture is the opposite, a film that inspired this rodent based on Eastern martial arts, was the film of the Ninja Turtles
and between the characters as his superior officer as the great sage King Rat
teen age mutant ninja turtles
teen = 15 =1111 age
rat - sing-ularity
Turtle with dragon head in Beijin's forbidden city
So if we had any doubt of who is Mic-key Mousehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWH9HGS7SvQ
Below Mickey in the doorway/gate there's an X - 60 degrees key, the Chorus director is named Jimmy - Jachin code - James Bond - Jachin Bond - Octo-pussy - Goldfinger, etc.Club Mickey Mouse Alma Mater cycles
ARTIST: Jimmy Dodd
TITLE: The Mickey Mouse Club March
Lyrics and Chords
[Television Theme Song]
Who's the leader of the club
That's made for you and me
/ G - / A7 D7 / G C GD7 G /
Hey there hi there ho there
You're as welcome as can be
Mickey Mouse (Donald Duck)
Mickey Mouse (Donald Duck)
Forever let us hold our banner high (high, high, high!)
/ C - / G - / A7 - D7 - /
Come along and sing a song
And join the jamboree
[Ending theme, much slower:]
Now it's time to say goodbye
To all our companyM-I-C, See you real soon
K-E-Y, Why? Because we like you
1111 - Ionic order 96 spirals at her back
Alma mater (UK /ˈælmə ˈmeɪtər/ or US /ˈɑːlmə ˈmɑːtər/; Latin: "nourishing mother") was used in ancient Rome as a title for various mother goddesses, especially Ceres or Cybele, and in Christianity for the Virgin Mary. In modern times, it is often any school, college, or university at which one has studied and, usually, from which one has graduated. The term may also refer to a song or hymn associated with a school.