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I had no idea Bowie was so immersed in Gnosticism and Crowley
VIDEO : Different sound frequency ‘s affect puddles of water that are comprised of grains of sand called colloids - these colloids change patterns according to different sound frequencies ??? What if physical matter was built like this -Could atoms and molecules depending on sound frequencies shift ????
The idea of dolphins committing suicide is a controversial one. In Iran last year 152 dolphins washed up on the coast, leading people there to claim they killed themselves. But most scientists believe this is an example of anthropomorphism.
that she had a fashionable tattoo of a snake twined around her wrist, which she hid with a bracelet when required.. However, while this is certainly possible (since tattoos of the type were fashionable at the time, worn by fashionable women such as the 7th Marchioness of Londonderry, who had a snake tattooed on one of her legs in 1903),
Edith Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Marchioness of Londonderry - when her mother died she was raised by her maternal grandfather, the third Duke of Sutherland. A series of marriages to heiresses by members of the (Leveson)-Gower family made the Dukes of Sutherland one of the richest handful of landowning families in the United Kingdom.
George Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Duke of Sutherland was described by Charles Greville as a "leviathan of wealth" and "...the richest individual who ever died". He is estimated to have been the wealthist man of the nineteenth-century, surpassing even that of Nathan Rothschild.
He was invested as a Privy Counsellor in 1790, A Knight of the Garter in 1806 and was created Duke of Sutherland on 28 January 1833. He is perhaps most well-known for his role in carrying out the Highland Clearances, where thousands of tenants, including the elderly and infirm, were forced out of their homes, which were often burned down, in order to make way for sheep. The clearances, described by some commentators as a form of ethnic cleansing, were undertaken between 1811 and 1820 .
All of the British isles were worshipping the Goddess. The main seat for this was the Isle of priestesses, Avalon, todays Glastonbury. The high priestess was called "The lady of the lake". The most famous of these was Viviane, who lived at the same time as King Arthur. The lady of the Lake was Merlins counterpart, so to say. Merlin was not a name, but a title: "The great Merlin of Britain", the Kings wiseman. All the British Kings in those days had to worship the Goddess , at the same time the got the snakes tattooed on their underarms.