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The drawing of connections in modern culture (movies, music lyrics, historical happenings and esoteric knowledge); and finding connections that could be coming from the "collective unconscious mind"; and finding connections between occult knowledge (i.e. esoteric fraternities, cults and secret rituals), politics and mass media.
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Origin 846 is named in honor of the Phoenician Queen Dido, daughter of Mattan I and the sister of Pygmalion who was born in 846 BC.
After a long voyage, Dido arrives at the coast of North Africa and settles in Carthage.
After decades of scholarship denying that the Carthaginians sacrificed their children, new research has found 'overwhelming' evidence that this ancient civilisation really did carry out the practice.
A collaborative paper by academics from institutions across the globe, including Oxford University, suggests that Carthaginian parents ritually sacrificed young children as an offering to the gods.
And the practice of child sacrifice could even hold the key to why the civilisation was founded in the first place.
'If we accept that child sacrifice happened on some scale, it begins to explain why the colony was founded in the first place.
'Perhaps the reason the people who established Carthage and its neighbours left their original home of Phoenicia – modern-day Lebanon – was because others there disapproved of their unusual religious practice.
'Child abandonment was common in the ancient world, and human sacrifice is found in many historical societies, but child sacrifice is relatively uncommon. Perhaps the future Carthaginians were like the Pilgrim Fathers leaving from Plymouth – they were so fervent in their devotion to the gods that they weren't welcome at home any more.
The Moorgate tube crash occurred on 28 February 1975 at 8:46 am on the London Underground's Northern City Line; 43 people died and 74 were injured after a train failed to stop at the line's southern terminus, Moorgate station, and crashed into its end wall. It is considered the worst peacetime accident on the London Underground.
Northwest Airlines Flight 255, a McDonnell Douglas MD-82, crashed shortly after takeoff from Detroit Metropolitan Airport on August 16, 1987, at about 8:46 p.m. EDT (00:46 UTC August 17), killing all six crew members and 148 of its 149 passengers, along with two people on the ground. The sole survivor was a 4-year-old girl who sustained serious injuries. It was the second-deadliest aviation accident at the time in the United States.
According to a New Jersey Transit schedule, the train is scheduled to arrive at the terminal.
The train crashes into a platform at the terminal.
Twitter reports of the crash are almost instantaneous.
FEMA was hacked last night and they sent out a fake emergency broadcast to a news station in New york (WKTV NewsChannel 2), At the end of the message the phrase "Would you, Could you on a train"
That night, the basilica of St. Peter gleamed with breathtaking brilliance. A few years earlier, Leo III’s predecessor, pope Hadrian I, had covered the entire floor of the sanctuary with plates of silver; he had covered the walls with gold plates and enclosed it all with a balustrade of gold weighing 1,328 pounds. He had remade the sanctuary gates with silver, and had placed on the iconostasis six images also made of silver, representing Christ, Mary, the archangels Gabriel and Michael, and saints Andrew and John. Finally, in order to make this splendor visible to all, he had ordered the assembly of a candelabrum in the form of a huge cross, on which 1,365 candles burned.....
But less than half a century later, none of this remained. And what happened remains generally unknown among Christians today.
What happened is that in 846 some Muslim Arabs arrived in a fleet at the mouth of the Tiber, made their way to Rome, sacked the city, and carried away from the basilica of St. Peter all of the gold and silver it contained.
4 The smoke of the incense, together with the prayers of God’s people, went up before God from the angel’s hand. 5 Then the angel took the censer, filled it with fire from the altar, and hurled it on the earth; and there came peals of thunder, rumblings, flashes of lightning and an earthquake.
6 Then the seven angels who had the seven trumpets prepared to sound them.
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
a reply to: Justoneman
Thanks, and if you get some feedback from her I would love to see her opinion if she is ok with you sharing it!
Insomnia by Faithless 8:46 remix by Rollo:
Last week I spoke to a trio of astronomers hoping to point some of Earth's most powerful radio telescopes at the distant, mysterious star KIC846 2852 that's "blinking" at us in a very unnatural way. The star's strange light curves could hypothetically be explained by the unlikely possibility of alien megastructures passing in front of it. Soon after the news broke, a different group of star watchers -- the SETI Institute -- started pointing its own "ears" toward the star to listen for signs of intelligent life.
Coronavirus updates: 846 N.J. deaths; United cuts Newark flights; Lawn concert busted; Palm Sunday online. What you need to know. (April 5, 2020)
originally posted by: Dumbass
Just a useless Dumbass remark.
8:46 on an analogue clock would be 36° a perfect 1/10th of a whole.