This seems like a good place to start.
The tables are turning and the wheel keeps spinning we have the last laugh coz they think they are winning.
You may be interested in a couple of my threads and a few of my predictions. I am right on many.
This one however is an interesting time and we are close.
Are we again going to allow technology and its understanding of lead us off the path again? Or is money the golden calf this time?flip.
I believe that i can provide evidence that all wars are financially focused and have no other reason. Terrorism and extremist are i think used often
as powerful words to draw attention and possibly shift a persons opinion.
I would for you to read my threads but in a massive nutshell? earth, here goes
profit=metal industry, architecture and infrastructure contracts rebuilding war torn countries, boosting certain economies or certain countries.
Take this for instance from our past?Copper
Look at the first page.
This topic branches out in many ways. From Copperwe come to
ARCO financed EASTLUND in the beginning of the 1990s for High Auroral Active Research Project (HAARP Project).
Then we have Tesoro
The headquarters' building was a 46-story office building designed by architect I.M. Pei, the ARCO Tower.
Sorry if you think i am thread trashing. Im not ok but please you will see exactly what i am talking about.
I created a thread regarding Iridium. Some of you may like to read it.
Here is the Very Interesting piece right here.
Pei was the focus of controversy when he designed a glass-and-steel pyramid
and you will never guess which one?
The one in Louvre France
The Louvre Pyramid
It has been claimed by some that the glass panes in the Louvre Pyramid number exactly 666, "the number of the beast", often associated with Satan.
Dominique Stezepfandt's book François Mitterrand, Grand Architecte de l'Univers declares that "the pyramid is dedicated to a power described as the
Beast in the Book of Revelation (...) The entire structure is based on the number 6."
Here is another interesting part.
The myth resurfaced in 2003, when Dan Brown incorporated it in his best-selling novel The Da Vinci Code, in which the protagonist reflects that
"this pyramid, at President Mitterrand's explicit demand, had been constructed of exactly 666 panes of glass - a bizarre request that had always been
a hot topic among conspiracy buffs who claimed 666 was the number of Satan".[
Theres also the
La Pyramide Inversee
The Inverted Pyramid figures prominently on the concluding pages of Dan Brown's international bestseller The Da Vinci Code. The protagonist of his
novel, Robert Langdon, reads esoteric symbolism into the two pyramids: The Inverted Pyramid is perceived as a Chalice, a feminine symbol, whereas the
stone pyramid below is interpreted as a Blade, a masculine symbol: the whole structure could thus express the union of the genders. Moreover, Brown's
protagonist concludes that the tiny stone pyramid is actually only the apex of a larger pyramid (possibly the same size as the inverted pyramid
above), embedded in the floor as a secret chamber. This chamber is said to enclose the body of Mary Magdalene.
I could go down the Seal of Solomon
route but the connection to Wiltshire and
i jumped to wilture because of the
List of I. M. Pei Projects
and theres a few on that list that draw an ineterest.
Museum of Islamic Art, Doha
The Museum of Islamic Art is a museum located in the Qatari capital Doha and designed by architect I. M. Pei. The museum's interior gallery spaces
were designed by a team lead by JM Wilmotte of Wilmotte Associes.
Scroll half way down the page you will see a certain logo in relation to oil. Museum Of Islamic Art
In relation with Iridium? Well do you know the History of the metre?
In the aftermath of the French Revolution (1789), the old units of measure that were associated with the ancien régime were replaced by new
units. The livre was replaced by the decimal franc, and a new unit of length was introduced which became known as the metre. Although there was
initially considerable resistance to the adoption of the new metric system in France (including an official reversion to the mesures usuelles ["normal
units"] for a period), the metre gained following in continental Europe during the mid nineteenth century, particularly in scientific usage, and was
officially adopted as an international measurement unit by the Metre Convention of 1875.
The construction of the international prototype metre and the copies which would be national standards was at the limits of the technology of its
time. The bars were to be made of a special alloy, 90% platinum and 10% iridium, which is significantly harder than pure platinum, and have a special
X-shaped cross section (a "Tresca section", named after French engineer Henri Tresca)
October 14th 1960
The question of measurement reform was placed in the hands of the Academy of Sciences who appointed a commission chaired by Jean-Charles de Borda.
Borda was an avid supporter of decimalization: he had invented the "repeating circle", a surveying instrument which allowed a much-improved precision
in the measurement of angles between landmarks, but insisted that it be calibrated in "grades" (1⁄100 of a quarter-circle) rather than degrees, with
100 minutes to a grade and 100 seconds to a minute. For Borda, the seconds pendulum was a poor choice for a standard because the existing second
(as a unit of time) would not be used in the proposed decimal system of time measurement - a system of 10 hours to the day, 100 minutes to the hour
and 100 seconds to the minute - introduced in 1793.
The meter was redefined, by an act passed at the 11th General Conference on Weights and Measures. Replacing the platinum-iridium meter bar that
had been kept in Paris since 1889, the new definition was 1,650,763.73 wavelengths of the orange-red line of Krypton-86. The definition was
revised again in 1983 and 2002.
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