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Month: January, 2013

The Beatles, Savile and 3 Savile Row

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The Beatles and Jimmy Savile

The Beatles and Jimmy Savile

The Beatles record label, Apple, had studios in 3 Savile Row, London. Jimmy Savile was in with the Beatles from the very beginning, hiring them to play in his nightclubs in Manchester and going on tour with them. He credited himself as the inspiration for Paperback Writer. They would even give him lifts home after gigs. According to Sir Paul, their suspicions regarding Savile grew when he would never invite them in for coffee at his pad when they gave him lifts home. This does seem odd that he would not wish to ingratiate himself as much as possible with a band that he knew were destined to take the world by storm.

“There was something a little bit suspect”:  Sir Faul McCartney reveals concerns over Jimmy Savile with typical English understatement.

3 Savile Row

3 Savile Row

the head of the stairs circa 1914


The Beatles final gig on the roof of Apple studios @ 3 Savile Row in 1969

Independent newspaper article with Sir Paul discussing the Beatle’s relationship with Savile

Heathrow Airport’s ancient temple

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Heathrow map

Heathrow map

When Heathrow Airport was built the north runway covered an ancient temple thought to be the oldest ever discovered in Britain.

The temple has been likened to a classic Greek temple only made of wood rather than stone.

William Camden references it in Britannica.

“On the north edge of Hounslow Heath towards King’s Arbour is a Roman Camp, a simple work and not large.” 

Heathrow was the scene of the largest ever archaeological dig in Britain between 1998 – 2006.

Heathrow, 8,500-4,000 BC Deep Forest and a River

Ba

Ba

The Ba is the spirit. It is often translated as “the soul”. The ba is shown as a human headed bird. “The ba could move outside of the tomb, and return back to earth” (Defrates 44). “There was probably only a phonetic relationship between the bird and the concept”

BA Boeing 787

BA Boeing 787

In his post cyber-punk novel Pattern Recognition William Gibson mentions ‘soul delay’ experienced after long flights:

“Souls can’t move that quickly, and are left behind, and must be awaited, upon arrival, like lost luggage.”

Whether this has any truth in it or is a use of fictional artistic license depends on your own experience of jet-lag.

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Ramsdale Standing Stones

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Ramsdale Stones Timelapse from stonecircles.org.uk on Vimeo.

The three stones that make up the Ramsdale circle stand 6 miles from Whitby. According to the Real Whitby, Jimmy Savile and his Scarborough set known as ‘the club’ held naked rituals in stone circles on the moors.

Ramsdale Standing Stones

Ramsdale Standing Stones


Sheep bones found near the stones

http://thesacredplot.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/ramsdale-standing-stones.html

The Slaughtered Lamb public house

The Slaughtered Lamb public house

Although supposedly in the Yorkshire moors, the location of the Slaughtered Lamb in ‘An American Werewolf in London’ was actually in Wales. The interior was shot in the Black Swan, Martyrs Green, Surrey.

Slaughtered Lamb

Slaughtered Lamb

The ram’s head is a satanic symbol.



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Why DNA Will Someday Replace the Hard Drive

by 5ocietyx

DNA-Sequence

DNA could someday store more than just the blueprints for life — it could also house vast collections of documents, music, or video in an impossibly compact format that lasts for thousands of years.

Researchers at the European Bioinformatics Institute in Hinxton, U.K., have demonstrated a new method for reliably encoding several common computer file formats this way. As the price of sequencing and synthesizing DNA continues to drop, the researchers estimate, this biological storage medium will be competitive within the next few decades.

The information storage density of DNA is at least a thousand times greater than that of existing media, but until recently the cost of DNA synthesis was too high for the technology to be anything more than a curiosity. Conventional methods of storing digital information for prolonged periods continue to pose problems, however.

The magnetic tapes typically used for archival storage become brittle and lose their coating after a few decades. And even if the physical medium used to store information remains intact, storage formats are always changing. This means the data has to be transferred to a new format or it may become unreadable. (similar to ‘code-rot’)

Full article @ Mashable

Do You Know Your Human Rights?

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This stirring song should be the sound-track for the revolution!

Does anyone know what it’s called?

Breaking: Terrorist eludes police at Heathrow Airport

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Morpheus @ Heathrow

Morpheus @ Heathrow

London: As the search intensifies for the renown terrorist leader, “Morpheus” a sighting has just been reported to this newspaper by British intelligence…

…Intelligence Agencies Worldwide have been pursuing the leader and his band of terrorists termed the resistance.

One local policeman was also present at Heathrow Airport for comments. “I have been working closely with Intelligence in the pursuit of this terrorist.

We cannot place clearly this person’s physical and cultural attributes but we can say that leading espionage communities are moving closer to establishing the truth behind the terrorist’s identity…

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Police @ Heathrow

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Origin of the Ancient Horn

by 5ocietyx

In a previous post (Jinn Witches of Britain) we tried to solve a riddle regarding the origin of the 16th Century colloquial British term for a witch, Jenny Horne. It was apparently in widespread use, but particularly so in Scotland, where the name was given for the last witch to be executed in Britain.

The root of the English word ‘horn’ comes from the Proto-Germanic ‘hurnaz’, which originates from the PIE *ker, and refers to the uppermost part of the head, in most cases of an animal, and subsequently to an instrument made from this part. The Latin word for ‘horn’ is ‘cornu’, which presumably also shares its origin in the PIE, as the Latin for a deer is ‘cervus’ whereas the Welsh is ‘carw’. A Uni-corn is also an animal with a single horn.

One theory suggests the origin for the place name Corn-wall comes the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘the Walha (foreigners/Ancient Britons) who live on the Cern (the ‘horn’ of the land)’. Another theory is that it comes from the Cornuvii, a tribe who inhabited parts of Britain when the Romans arrived, and who worshipped the horned god Cernunos, and so took his name in veneration. The ‘Cern’ in Cernunos relays across the ages the physical character of this Celtic god – he is always shown with antlers.

The dictionary of the Scottish Language tells us that the word ‘horne’ was used in 16th century Scotland to ‘proclaim an outlaw, three blasts being blown [from a horn] by the king’s messenger… in the phrases at the horne – outlawed, and to put to the horn –  to outlaw.’

Our previous summary was that the name Jenny (for a witch) came from the same root as the words ‘Jinni’, and ‘Genie’, both of which describe ‘a spirit which is not the soul, but which lives alongside us during our life’. So one satisfactory conclusion to our puzzle could be ‘Jenny Horne’ simply meant ‘a person with a dark spirit attached who has been outlawed’. Whether it is the person or the spirit that is outlawed, is yet to be discovered..

The Moonwalk of the Callanish Stones

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The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones are situated near the village of Callanish on the west coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.

It is probable that Callanish (or Calanais) – which comprises two other stone circles in addition to the main site – was built some 5,000 years ago as a lunar calendar. The path of the moon, unlike the reliably annual tracks of the sun, only returns to the same point once every 18.6 years. Callanish plots this slow progress, building to a crescendo in the 19th year at the lunar standstill – when the path of the moon is so low that it seems to walk along the horizon before setting within the stone circle.

Callanish’s mystery to the expectant crowd is not merely in the stones, but in their setting within a sacred landscape. To the south-west of the stones is a low, undulating hill known to the local people in Gaelic as Cailleach na Mointeach – the old woman of the moors, or Sleeping Beauty as she is more affectionately known. The contours look irresistibly like a reclining woman. At the lunar standstill the moon rises from behind this hill, tip-toes across her supine body and sets four hours later behind the Clisham, another sacred hill.

This moonwalk will happen throughout the summer once a month until September, and will draw hundreds for a number of reasons. Some people come to worship the full moon, others to witness the goddess walking the earth. All come in expectation of a spiritual experience and to feel the energy of the planet.
From Canadiancontent.net

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones aerial

The Callanish Stones aerial

Olympic torch visits Callanish stones

noon

by 5ocietyx

The word ‘noon’ derives from Old English non “3 o’clock p.m., the ninth hour,” and is what appears to be a holographic cryptogram in that its very meaning is encoded into the word itself by a certain sequence of letters which are also holographic cryptograms. Actually, only two letters are used – n and o but both are repeated twice.

We are speculating that the letter ‘n’ in this instance represents the arching path of the sun from east to west across the sky in a 12 hour period. The daily sky-walk of Solaris. The reason the word ‘noon’ is a palindrome (a word that can be spelt the same backwards or forwards) is because no sooner has the sun set on one side of the globe, represented by the letter ‘o’ (‘the little world’) that it rises on the other hemisphere.

‘no on’ reflects this duality of the hemispheres.

In Hebrew the legendary city of the sun, Heliopolis was called ‘On’.


The letter ‘o’ represents the circumference of the earth as well as the globe as a whole.

Arabic-letter-Noon

Noon is the 25th letter of the Arabic alphabet.

http://www.meem40.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Noon.html

The clock-face tracks the journey of the sun as it walks across the sky. The sun is in its zenith at 12 o’clock when both the little hand and the big hand are pointed directly upwards.


Analemma: the Sky-walk of Solaris

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This is what the sun’s annual pilgrimage across the heavens looks like.

In astronomy, an analemma from Greek ἀνάλημμα “pedestal of a sundial”) is a curve representing the changing angular offset of a celestial body (usually the Sun) from its mean position on the celestial sphere as viewed from another celestial body (usually the Earth). The term is used when the observed body appears, as seen from the viewing body, to move in a way that is repeated at regular intervals, such as once a year or once a day. The analemma is then a closed curve, which does not change.

Because of the Earth’s annual revolution around the Sun in an orbit that is elliptical and tilted relative to the plane of the equator, an observer at a fixed point on the Earth sees the Sun appear to move in an analemma around a mean position, taking a year to do so. The mean position appears to revolve around the Earth once every mean solar day, because of the Earth’s rotation. This daily revolution is not considered to be averaged out to get the mean. The mean position of the Sun is therefore at the same place in the sky at the same time every day, but not at other times.

Therefore if the observed position of the Sun in the sky is plotted or photographed at the same time every day, or every few days, for a year, the points trace out the analemma.

The Analemma and the Temple of Olympian Zeus

The Analemma and the Temple of Olympian Zeus Credit & Copyright: Anthony Ayiomamitis

See scienceblogs.com’s article for an in depth scientific explanation of this sublime sacred geometry movement hidden from our perception by time but bought into view by photography and patience. All you need to do is photograph the same spot at the same time over the course of a year.

Infinity symbol

Infinity symbol

Infinity symbol

The Sun’s percieved journey over a year is an exquistite if lob-sided infinity symbol

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