...for *real fans and supporterz, please check the latest updates at "google 1649'ish"
still soundtracking my 4th book, previews still @ http://checkthis.com/thebook
[OR the super craziest delayed madMen LEXIKON ever ;^]
oder [homeless] 'Roman|KOEnig'
the missing 'help|helpan' vs. violence|gewaltan until ...
or "...weltfrieden[slexikon] is possible within 20 minutes..."
mc nicomedy2010 - ^)y-.。o○ (-。"fuck the new pope!" _or 'the vs. autism|indigo-haters"mix φメモメ
"google1649'ish"- BREAKINGMadMenUpdate :
patina and Verdigris PROVES, first 1,600 years did NOT exist ! ^
from s o o n to be published "google 1649'ish" [4th book] :
"...The issue with the "patina" regarding the color "red" ermmm green ;
...so 'humanz' screwed up on a lotta issues, regarding the [coopted] colors yellow, red, blue.
First of all they realized the greening-copper effect apparently too late
and later covered it up by called it "ArT'...
re : "Kuppelbasilika"|domed (dome basilica) [incl. copper roof]
otherwise 'how' can it be explained, that they did this 'misTAKE' again in the year 1886, when the 'frenchies'[->ii] allegedly sent as a "present", the STATUTE OF LIBERTY|Freiheitsstatue, which molded AGAIN, at least 12 years later ?
[as in D U S S E L D O R F, the TONHALLE 'moalded' - 12 years later on as well?]
q: is the hagia sophia molded, yes or not ? was *it at one point?
where are the (current) photos?
and wherelse did it mold ['patina and Verdigris'] worldwide?
At which point was it done on purpose ??
it wasn't a 'frenchie', but a german who built the 'freiheits-statue'.
Born in "Columbarium" (Taubenhaus). later known as "Colmar" [*around the 214th day after '1649'ish' :
then, '//later.o' "frenchized" into german freemason "Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi" (1834 - 1904), "Bartholdi" built the statute of liberty in 1875 in germany.
This took allegedly *then 11 years until it was finished and arrived in America - the patina and Verdigris-effect once again ignored :
the statue turns green after a few years (12 ?).
Or was it sent there 'mold/patina'ed' *right away, after "waiting for it" 11/12 years ?
...switching back and forth...
((( D R A F T)))/
T U R K E Y
...'meanwhile' in Ankara;
"Mekka" started around //1651.7 with another m i s t a k e :
"die Kaaba" is built 'too late' and the Hagia Sophia, with or without imagining the '"molding-effect" aka "patina" aka "vert-de-Grèce" ("green of Greece")- effect', is getting constructed almost at around the same time
(~ //5.6 units away).
[OR "hanging copper plates over hot vinegar in a sealed pot...]"
nu|chronology of the "Hagia Sophia":
o:"03|25" or 325th day after 1649'ish :
beginning of plans for "Hagia Sophia" aka "Palastaula" aka "Große Kirche"
o:"03|32" or 332nd day after 1649'ish :
o:"05|37" or 537th day after 1649'ish :
"13|46" or 3|46th, 346th day after 1649'ish :
alleged earth quake destroys object
"14|53" -> around 1649'ish
First major promo-stunt on istanbul aka konstantinopel :
"turks attack city" and "Hagia Sophia", "turning it into a Moschee|mosque"
1847 – 1849
Complete [alleged] "restauration" by Gaspare and Giuseppe Fossati
...back to the "Kaaba" :
Allegedly immediately destroyed by a water flooding
[how is it possible, that a cube can get destroyed by water ?
in the worst scenario it should only get "mold" ;
see also my 'revised nu|chronology of the Koran aka karim (|edel, würdig) Qur'an' @ http://checkthis.com/google1649ish
Mekka is controlled by the "Osmanen"|Ottomannen (today TURKEY).
The Kaaba|Die Kaaba is 'falseflagpainted' by an "unknown author in Istanbul", showing "Muhammad at the Ka'ba"
Masked as some translation, Nürnberger Pfarrer "Salomon Schweigger" (//1655.1 - //1662.2) ; o:"16|16" is publishing :
"Ein newe Reyßbeschreibung auß Teutschland nach Constantinopel und Jerusalem" ;..."
(from "nicoueberlebenslyreecs" :
"...die sprache miteinander 'neu'verschmelzen...")
[->ii ; the arranged confusion around rome/constantinopel/jerusalem[eine reise nach jerusalem, also known as a specific chair dance/reise nach rom etc.] starts...]
q: IF the "Hildesheimer Dom" (germany) was allegedly built in "08|72" (better read 872nd day after 1649'ish), then ^when exactly did the corrosion-effect of the copper'ish roof took place ?
...and the Duesseldorf/germany "Tonhalle" ?
Apparently inspired by "Projet d'Opéra" from Étienne-Louis Boullée, 1781,
[but was *that ever built?]
was the copper-"mistake" done then already ?
Or in ...
I N V E S T i g a t i o n :
'That's' when they called it "patina", '//later.o' re-latinizing it as the word|'woird'['nicotypo'] "Verdigris"...
famous examples for "grüne Patina ansetzen", z.B|i.e.:
"...Tonhalle Düsseldorf, die nach ca. 12 Jahren der Neueindeckung die bekannte grüne Haube zeigte..."
After a reasonable period roof coverings with original copper will develop
a patina green, e.g.: the "Tonhalle Dusseldorf" (Germany), which showed after 12 years the familiar green dome..."
"greenish film on old bronze," first recorded as late as 1748
"Verdigris" is the common name for a green pigment obtained through the application of acetic acid to copper plates or the natural patina formed when copper, brass or bronze is weathered and exposed to air or seawater over a period of time. It is usually a basic copper carbonate,...
[[[The name verdigris comes from the Middle English vertegrez, from the Old French verte grez, an alteration of vert-de-Grèce ("green of Greece"). The modern French spelling of this word is vert-de-gris. Since it was used as a pigment in paintings and other art objects (as green color), it was required by artists in Greece. It was originally made by hanging copper plates over hot vinegar in a sealed pot until a green crust formed on the copper. ]]]
Zum Baubeginn trug der Campanile noch den Namen Neuer Turm, die Bezeichnung Roter Turm ist erst seit dem 17. Jahrhundert belegt. Der bekannte Chronist Johann Christoph von Dreyhaupt stellte 1749/50 die Vermutung an, dass der Turm seinen Namen wegen des ursprünglich in Rot erstrahlenden Kupferdaches erhielt und dieser trotz der späteren Grünfärbung beibehalten worden ist.
The question is, when did these buildings really get built, if the patina process itself wasn't described in literature until 1748?
The word is generally used in chemistry and architecture, when the green encrustation on copper or brass is exposed to the air.
A related term "Verdigris" (from "verte grez", an alteration of "vert-de-Grèce") originally meant "green of Greece".
The 'latinized word' "verdure" is translated as "green plants, vegetation".
A reason for it being called like that is not known.
It couldn't have been used in the context of architectural sloppery, since historians state, it was a required process by artists in Greece.
Originally made by hanging copper plates over hot vinegar in a sealed pot until a green crust formed on the copper, this is what alleged "medieval artists" prefered until more stable green pigments became available.
The american town Verdigris (Oklahoma) was named by french traders, but they didn't settle in the area until the late 1700s.
It is french terms for "green" and "gray and refers to a nearby river also named Verdigris River.
The "britannica" states it's regarding the context of a "substance suggesting copper ore", but there is no further explanation as to where it flooded from.
No matter how one spins it -especially *here at "google 1649'ish"- but at one point all architects must have known about the chemical process regarding copper, especially if humans are allegedly already around 16- 20 centuries and studied chemical processes...
from 'nicoueberlebenslyreeecs' :
solnen wir auch diesen kasten vergasen ?
'textnazi nemo uhnd die ollen typo-AeRgeR|piraten' ;
in case this socNet is under maintenance, "hacked" or down otherwise:
the latest updates are archived at
- the final countdown-timeline: there was NO FIRST 1,600 years for humans !
check out also http://www.dipity.com/ewing2001/1649ish/#flip (tbc.)
updated nu|chronology of the color ROT|red
(((asap : gelb|orientalistik, blau|blue))
"Rot" is one of the oldest words of humans, next to "Hell" and "Dunkel"|[which came before the 'english dialect'ed words "Light" and "dark".]
The old high german word|althochdeutsches Wort "rôt" comes from the germanic word "rauðaz" [which is artificially sanskrit'inized into "rudhira"].
It was occasionally used to describe the Farbgebung|coloring of Kupfer|copper, Gold and other red-, yellow shining metals.
The significance regarding copper is getting important if it comes to find significant mistakes on 'century|fakery' with the assistance of "architecture" (//1656.0) and "chemistry" (//1660.0). On this asap.
There is some problem with the so called "Roter Turm"|red tower in "Halle" (Saale), one of the oldest salt business cities in germany.
The name "Halle" actually refers to old germanFrankish word "hallôn", which means "trocknen"|to dry (the salt).
That's why old germanic language did additionally use the word "hal" or "halla" for „Salz“|salt.
((check out 'nu|chronology of salt...'))
In this context, the significance of "language fraternities" [->ii] should be mentioned again, since some associated fellows seem to correct issues, whenever someone was close to debunk century|fakery or at least the falsification of alleged old cities (or buildings).
August Friedrich Pott (1802 - 1887) was one of them.
In 1845, Pott founded the "Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft", to push the meta-manipulative context of artificial pseudo science i.e. "Indogermanistik" and studies on (*here at "google 1649'ish" defined) 'artificial language' "Sanskrit". [check out related chapters]
Pott's work include "Etymologische Forschungen"|etymological research (1833), another three-volume work on personal- and place names, plus several studies on number words (1847-1859) includes manipulative conclusions plus his illogical take on the words "salz"|salt and "hall".
Dr. Friedrich Hondorff (ab 1660)
list of names fabricated from "13|86" - "16|xx" ; no biographies
Hondorff is mentioned in Johann Christoph von Dreyhaupt:
Beschreibung des Saalkreises.
Emanuel Schneider, Halle 1750.
the word "/hal/" means "Schräge", "Abhang" or "neigen"|slope or tend
t b c.
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[->ii] , [->iii] ; inserted footnotes, which sideline a little bit from the sub topic
(((D R A F T))), (((DRAFT))), (((...))), )))/ ... )))\ ; unconclusive snippets
"xxx" ; either fabricated personalities [or a quote for specific instituitions]
//1664.8 ; occasionally identical with possibly never existed human year "16|48", 1 year before 1649'ish.
(*//1653.5) ; possible birth- or founding date of specific person, university et.
(* 1777) ; founding date of specific institution
(o:"10|98" - "11|79") ;
"apotheker", apothecary ; german expression for pharmacist, drug store
'artificial language' ; thesis that some languages have been fabricated with the tools of the first abacus, logarythms and the controlling apparatus of book printing- and publishing business and the related "language fraternities".
[[[compare ... ; unconclusive snippets, inspirations and other ideas
~contradicts '1869Mendelejew-TABELLE' ; see related "elements"-chapters
english dialect ; sarcastic expression for manipulated english words
'fabP' ; occasional abbreviation for 'fabricated personality'
'fabricated war' ; possibly fabricated war since 1650s, //1650.0+ minus genocide
'falseflagwar'; possibly fabricated war since 1650s, //1650.0+
ffp. by ; occasional abbreviation for 'falseflagpainted' by
g:: ; follow-up words or names of countries with original german name/title
'Heiliges Römisches|'Raimuntisches' Reich Deutscher Nation' ; 1649'ish-slang
his|tory ; expanded or manipulated writings on his|tory (so called "history")
'his|torians' ; slang for coopted historians
His|torians ; coopted and corrupted historians of the past (1650s - 1900++)
humanz ; 1649'ish-slang for immediate hyper-conditioned humans (aka "people")
"Indologie", "german indologist" ; questionable professions
KoenigREICH tum ;
krieg|war|?????|guerre ; punctuation style for comparitive translations
"language fraternities" ; controlling and censoring instances of language and writings
'latinized word' ;
'mappINGParadox' ; contradictions and inconsistencies within the
metrosexual wrestling (games) ; title for [kingdom-] rulers
'minus-data' ; one of 4 exceptions of data below //1649.0 in "google 1649'ish"
'nu|chronology' ; revised chronology, presenting converted //16xx and regular 16xx-data next to each other (occasionally followed with 17xx, 18xx etc.-data
nu|fluxus experimental weltfriedenskunst ;
'OR b4' ; estimated //....
'OrientalistikCON' ; refers to the beginning of some extreme artficial hype and cult around a constructed culture of such, at one point preparing the way for "islam", the "koran", "hinduistik", "indo-germanistic" and related topics
'pseudoBotanic' ; fabricated botanist personality *before 1649'ish
'predated' into ... ; "google 1649'ish"-slang for some artificial transport into a fabricated past
'pseudoDecipher' ; sarcastic slang regarding suspicious translation(s)
q: ; (rhetorical, unanswered) question
RaiMund"/"Raginmund" ; slang for the *real ROM[e]
'Reformation_CON' , 'reFORMation_CON' ; phrase for a major psychological operation, to establish false religions in general
'runestone_CON' ; refering to the converted //1662.6, "Olaus Wormius" aka "Ole Worm" [//1658.8 - //1665.4] and the runen hype.'sanskritOP' ; slang for the process of creating the 'artificial language' "sanskrit"
szlachcice ; Adlige|nobility
//then.0 ; specific expression if "then" or "later" can't be really defined
'//then.0' ; sarcastic expression re: the above
'un-united states of Stan-MERICA' ; check out keyword "hidden languages"
'falseGangsterIsm' and the 'WildWesternHoax'
manipulative I N S T I T U T I O N S
Accademia di San Luca in Rome ; *//1659.3
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei aka Accademia dei Lincei ; *//1660.3
Académie de Saint-Luc ; 1705 approved by french "supreme court"
Académie d'architecture (Academy of Architecture, *1671)
Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture, *1661, 1672
Académie de musique (Academy of Music, *1669)
Asiatic Society of Bengal (*1784)
"Bishops' Wars" (//1663.9 ; //1664.0)
Böhmische Brüder|bohemian brothers aka Mährische Brüder aka Jednota bratrská ; //1649.4, //1656.1, //1657.5 ; see also fictionalized "Petr Chelcický"
Brillenmacherzunft in Nürnberg ; //1653.5 (o:"15|35"
Britische Ostindien-Kompanie|British East India Company (>> chapter
Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie ; 1875–1912 (Nachdruck 1967–1971)
Anthropologe ; Wissenschaft vom Menschen ; Magnus Hundt (1449–1519)
arab 'i' means actually '6' ;
""(astronomical) clock" ;
'banksterMathematicans' ; [pre]banksterism ;
Beton|concrete [from Old French betun (mortar, cement)]
Biberkriege aka Franzosen- and Irokesenkriege (1640 - 1701) ;
'Blaumeise|bluetit' ; tbx.
Book Illustrations ;
calendar, century ;
Camera Obscura ;
cannon|Kanone, howitzer|Haubitze and mortar|Moerser ;
"Casa de Contratación" ;
Champagne wine ; *1662 (paper), *1663 *//1663.8, *1668
Constitutio Criminalis Carolina (CCC) oder Carolina von //1653.2
copperplating China [after 1711/1712]
'Dachgerüst' ; sabotaged research *here at 1649'ish [from my lost and stolen-kubuntu hard drive]
Distillation ; [see also Champagne (wine)]
Dreiperiodensystem ; Definition der Altsteinzeit 1865 John Lubbock, Christian Jürgensen Thomsen 1807 "Kommission zur Erhaltung von Altertümern"
fabricated pilot ;
Felsted School (Essex) //1656.4 (by Richard Rich, 1st Baron Rich)
firefighter system, Berufsfeuerwehr ;
Flämischer Erbfolgekrieg ;
Flugblätter (einzelne Blätter), Flugschriften ; first ever printing products
Friedenspostreiter ; "Flugblatt zum Westfälischen Frieden 1648" ;
Gaffel, Zunft, Gilde, Hansa or Schar ;
Great Turkish War (1667–1683) ; fabricated war
"Hans Holbein (the younger)" ; ->>> chapter
Historische Commission bei der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften ;
Hussite Wars"|Hussitenkriege ;
immigration 17xx ;
Inventions 1660 - 1671 ;
'Jagdsitz' ; [from "...from the final pieces of 'het kleene nic'max..."]
Kalmarer Union ; Königreich Dänemark, Norwegen and Schweden until //1652.3
Kingdom of Florence ;
Kloster, claustrum „verschlossener Ort“ ;
Krieg|WAR vs. Frieden(sfight)|peace ;
Kurbrandenburgische Flotte ; *1657
Le Journal des Savants Paris (*1665) ; first scientific journal (by Denis de Sallo)
mapping Industry, kartografie ; check http://pinterest.com/ewing2001/map-o-logy/
Mitraleuse ; see weapon history and related
monarchism, royalism ;
Monster ; 'romanticSmokingGun' at "google 1649'ish" : first mentioning of any monster in literature was "too late" for humans (compare "the lindWORM vs. 'lochness'
muzzles|"Vorderlader-waffen", other weapon logistics ;
open air paintings|Freilichtmalerei ;
Personalunion Königreich Portugal + Königreich Spanien ; //1658.0 - 1668
Philosophical Transactions (*1665 ; London) ; first scientific journal, published by Henry Oldenburg
Police ; nu|chronology [revised, based on ffp plus writings march/april 2013
"reformatorischer Bildersturm" ; Schweiz, Heiliges Römisches Reich (//1652.2–//1656.6), Scotland (//1655.9), Burgundische Niederlanden (//1656.6), "Englischer Bürgerkrieg (//1664.2–//1664.9) ;
Rekonquista ‚Wiedereroberung‘ ;
'romanticized view of evolution' ;
rosetta stone ;
Rubens or Rembrandt ; ->>> chapter
scirgerefa/Sheriff [shire-reeve] ; (America *1662), Europe ...
Schedel’sche Weltchronik" [=>//1649.3
Schmerz aka Pain ;
Straßburger Manuskript ;
sword logistics ;
Traité du Cateau-Cambrésis ;
trumanlive theory/pdt. ;
Vereinigte Großloge von England aka United Grand Lodge of England ; *1717
"Wasserkunst"|water art, incorrectly translated as "fountain" ;
weapon history ; vol.1 [ffp] [plus vol.2 nu|chronology march 2013 ; plus Acinaces, Dory, Gastraphete --->> Mitraleuse ; media falseflag etc....
(the) Worshipful Company of ...
Zu den drei Weltkugeln ; Freimaurerloge *1740
Zweiständer-, Dreiständer- and Vierständerbau ; ((compare with Rähmbauweise aka Stockwerkbauweise = nur ein Stockwerk hoch !))
Firstständer ; Ständer vom Erdboden bis zum Dachfirst um das Dachgerüst zu stützen
"lexikon"_to be U P D A T E D ...
"...ps: and don't forget about the [word] "laughing".
It was allegedly first mentioned in literature 'as late as o:"14"|xx".,
however the verbal noun from laugh was recorded first in literature from //1656.0+ ..."
x'clusive final update [preview from "google 1649'ish" :
...the first 1,600 years did not exist , no matter how annoying, meaningless or not understandable it is for [all of] you ;
here is *why*; compiled in the 'lost lexikon chapters' of the closest friends of 'het kleene nic'max' or in whatever kind of narrative form you're able to enjoy reading AND understanding it...
it's also not some kind of 'huckleberryFinnTomSawyer-bullshit' !!
it all started becoming more interesting during my 2nd book "Revealing Aurora"
"..i never asked aurora lady, if there was actually room 648 - 601…"
so who is still to trust or what is 'trust' ? if i recall and close my eyes, i see faces, kant, wittgenstein, some actors, *her face, some good memories from the past, my mother and the rea'son why i am really in new york ? ...
trustful (adj.) ; //1657.0
o:"15|70"s, "trustworthy," from trust (n.) + -ful.
Meaning "trusting" is attested from 1832. Related: Trustfulness.
1791, from trust (n.) + worthy.
[[1791 - 1649'ish = [~1,600 OR "1570"] + 142 years until "trust" ? ^
not *if math = 1649'ish + 8 = trust|//1657.0 ^]]
((also, [the word] "confidence" not recorded in literature until o:"15|xx" ;))
"G O O G L E 1649'ish"
-or weltfrieden is possible within 20 minutes
plus tons of other subtitles i had on my list...
((for persons, 'fabricated personalities' and other specific characters not mentioned here,
please check out the G L O S S A R Y incl. :
- manipulative I N S T I T U T I O N S))
*here -at "google 1649'ish"- its alphabet has a *specific order* :
0, 1, 2
|, ..., 3 - 9
a, e, i, o, u
c, g, k, q
d, s, t, z
f, v, w
h, j, l, y
m, n, r
0, 1, 2
|, ..., 3 - 9
a, e, i, o, u
[thx to :
Chappel, C., Dictionary of Buckish Slang, University Wit and Pickpocket Eloquence, London, 1811.
Brockett, John Trotter, A Glossary of North Country Words, Newcastle, 1829
Bartlett, John Russell, Dictionary of Americanisms, 2nd ed., Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1859.
An etymological dictionary of modern English (1921). Author: Weekley, Ernest, 1865-1954
Brachet, A., An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language, transl. G.W. Kitchin, Oxford, 1882.
Farmer, John S., Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present, London, 1890.
Barrere, Albert, and Charles G. Leland, A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant, Ballantyne Press, 1890.
plus : 'yuckipedia' and google ^
[for peeps who are annoyed of my lan|guage, please stop reading...]
[for peeps who are annoyed of my 'talkitis', *zaz why i wrote this f&kin buch|book ^]
"...my 5th book will be finally *just about "lighter abuse", maybe the 6th one is then finally about music only..." [mc nicomedy2010]
0, 1, 2, |, ..., 3 - 9
"...1-2 are numbers, 3-9 are words (not digits!) aka //1652.0+ "word expressing a number" better think : digits are words as well, then used by the first mathematics. 1653 i.e. is a "numeral", $2,013 is a monetary amount..."
((compare with "Number one" ["oneself"] is recorded in literature from 1704 ; the word "numeral" is from around //1652.0+ ; "plus" //1657.0+ ; logarithm //1661.0+ ; "numerical" //1662.0+, "numerate" 1721 ; "numerology" 1911))
All numbers must have been invented by germans (not arabs, arab means by itself "to count"),
"one" comes from Proto-Germanic word "ainaz" (Old germanFrisian "an", Dutch "een", germanGothic "ains", German "ein" ;
"two" is from Proto-Germanic word "twai" (Old Saxon and Old Frisian "twene", "twa", Dutch "twee", Old High German "zwene", "zwo", germanGothic "twai", German "zwei").
"two faced" ("deceitful") is recorded in literature o:"16|10"s, better read -> //1661.0.
"Three" is from Proto-Germanic "thrijiz" (Old High German "dri", German "drei").
"four" is from Proto-Germanic "petwor" (Old germanSaxon "fiwar", Old Frisian "fiuwer", Dutch and German "vier").
"five" is from Proto-Germanic "fimfe" (Old Frisian and Old Saxon "fif", Old High German "funf").
"six" is from Proto-Germanic word "sekhs" (Old Saxon "seks", Old Norse and Old Frisian "sex", Old High German "sehs", German "sechs", therefore also the word "sex"|geschlechtsverkehr comes from Germany.
"seven" is from Proto-Germanic word "sebun" (Old Saxon "sibun", Old germanFrisian "sowen", "siugun", Old High German "sibun", German "sieben").
The german expression "eine böse Sieben" ("an evil seven") is from 1662.
"seventies" is from 1859 (as the years of someone's life between 70 and 79); recorded in 1837 as "a decade of years in a given century", which makes completely sense, if 'humanworld' started around 1649'ish which i believe IT DID,
therefore not much opportunity until ->then, to come up with this word.
"eight" is from Proto-Germanic word "akhto" (Old Saxon "ahto", Old germanFrisian "ahta", Old High German "Ahto", German "acht").
"nine" is from Proto-Germanic word "niwun" (Old Saxon "nigun", Old High German "niun", German "neun")
"zero" wasn't used until "16|xx".
((more at zahlen, I zahl ien, I TAL Y)
a - this is the current 'a-collection' :
magical formula, first mentioned in literature as late as 1690s
((compare with Zauberkünstler|magician))
1753 used in theology;
early "15|xx"., "to misuse, misapply"
"full of abuse" is from around //1658.0+.
"Abuseful" was used 17xx, and "Shakespeare" mentioned "abusious" ("Taming of the Shrew," o:"15|94").
The german original is called "abussieren".
Did the idea of "abuse" start around //1659.4 ?
((compare "to put in jail" :16xx, murderous //1653.0 (from proto germanic word "murthra", german "mord"), "police" //1653.0, "jailbird" //1661.0, "incriminate" 1730 ; "policeman" 1790, "terrorism" 1795, "scotland yard" 1829, "fingerprint" 1892, "Crime wave" 1893, "FBI" 1935))
'nicoconclusion' : violent crime was staged until 1910s+-1960s
Academia Naturae Curiosorum
One of the oldest known academies, established in 1652 in Schweinfurt, Germany. The city itself started possibly shortly before 1656 and //1664.8,
when it was first mapped and illustrated (by "Matthäus Merian", "Johann Hermann" ; the latter had some odd typical merian-style as well).
Obviously created to control and coopt science.
This is yet another hint, that history isn't that old.
One of the founders of "Academia Naturae Curiosorum" came from "Altdorf" (=old village), where Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz made his PhD in 1666.
The city was first illustrated in the "Topographia Franconiae" from "Matthäus Merian".
Once again that would be close to //1664.8.
Adam and Eve
from a preview and other "1649'ish"-chapters :
"...my latest 'bizarro-niconclusion' on history incl. evolution is that the word "ADAM" could have come from AMSTEL-DAM (later Netherlands) all along ; EVE means btw. evening ;
So if the elephant was around later, then the final take on the bible [only ivory and not even tusk was mentioned] was maybe inspired over there... ;"
"...The artificial latin word "adamant" (n.) with the figurative sense of "unshakeable", which turned into the word diamantem|diamond, was not recorded in literature until the 1670s..."
"...the earliest 'BergCITIES' have furthermore interesting names, i.e. Adamsfreiheit (*1659 - //1663.0), Eisenerz (Steiermark), Eule|owl (today known as Jílové u Prahy), Gottesgab, Kupferberg, Unterreichenstein incl. Heilige Drei Könige Stolln (today known as Zlaté Hory), or Wildemann..."
((If u understand these german words, then u know what was going on))
"...The Adam-und-Eva-Haus in Paderborn is apparently one of the oldest Fachwerkhäuser|Half-timbered houses in Paderborn. Even if one takes the official construction date serious, it's still coming too late for having been inspired by one of the chapters of the Bible.
The Adam-und-Eva-Haus was possibly constructed around //1656.0..."
Matthias Merian is illustrating Amsterdam as late as in 1659.
Yet another illustration of "Rembrandt", titled "Adam and Eve" is officially listed for o:"16|38", but is possibly instead from around //1663.8, oddly including an elephant [in the background] as well.
Is this a hint, that the idea of "Adam and Eve", but also some specific animals, was so fresh in everyone's mind, that it couldn't have been much older than before 1656 - //1663.8 ?
((compare this with one of the first bible releases, between //1649.0, //1653.4 and //1661.1 [King-James-Bibel, where the elephant is apparently not even mentioned])
Apparently "Rembrandt" (//1660.6 - //1666.9) or those behind this fabricated personality, was obsessed with elephants, that he was etched once again. It was obviously a reference to "Hansken" (//1663.0 - //1665.5), some elephant which was shown across Europe in the middle decades of the related century.
from the "1649'ish"-series :
"...Why would an elephant be so fascinating, if this animal was already around in the alleged ancient times of Hannibal ? One more reason to believe, that humans have not been around that much at a time, which is today known as the 1650s..."
"Hansken", whether he was around\fictional or not, was officially born in Ceylon/sri lanka (//1663.0), then he (was) toured through europe in (*here converted data) :
//1663.8 in Hamburg, //1664.0 in Bremen, //1664.1 in Rotterdam, //1664.7 in Frankfurt and //1665.0 in Lüneburg (or was this all earlier, in 1650 ?)
All other data is within the time period of the alleged "Dreißigjähriger Krieg" o:"16|18" - "16|48" (//1661.8 - //1664.8).
Then there was another Elephant in Europe called "Hanno" (//1651.0 - //1651.6).
Once again the circumstances are fishy. Allegedly a present by "King Emanuel I. from Portugal" (//164x.x. – //1652.1) to the pope, this all seems like some attempt, to artificially extend the history between humans and the elephant into some fabricated past.
Even more odd is, that etymologists refer to the "Malayam" language and the word "ana", which means elephant and inspired both names of "Hanno" and "Hansken".
Then again, the word "elephant" comes apparently from the french slang "olyfaunt" and a literature reference from "13|xx".
"...Or does it mean 'ang el y font'... ?"
The word "elephantine" instead is first recorded in the o:"16|20"s
and it means "huge" (->//1662.0).
The Malay Peninsula including their main city Malakka is tied to "discoveries" around //1651.1 (portuguese) and //1664.1 (dutch).
Malaysia had some kingdom around //1650 and was visited by alleged portuguese around o:"15|11".
Why also was an elephant shown on one of the first maps of Ceylon ?
What was so special about, to have the Sri Lankan Elephant appear more interesting than african or asian elephants, if they're already around for alleged 1,600 years ? Possibly it was also some promo-stunt for africa/asia.
Something really doesn't add up. ((compare with "ivory" as a color ; -> //1658.0+).
Started as a phony science with the assistance of 'fabricated personality' "Athanasius Kirchers" (//1660.1 – //1668.0).
Reached some significant climax in 1822 with Jean-François Champollion and his fraudulent stunt of allegedly "deciphering the hieroglyphs" just by himself.
((compare "Egyptology", a word which is not recorded in literature until 1859 ; "hieroglyphic" //1658.0+, "hieroglyph" (//1659.0+), "oriental carpet" *1868)).
a la mode
o:"16|40"s, from French à la mode (o:"15|xx"), literally "in the fashion"
check out Zauberkünstler|magician
Alleged ancient mathematican "Diophant von Alexandrien" is a 'fabricated personality'.
His work "Arithmetica" wasn't publicized until around //1662.1, 'latinized' by "Claude Gaspard Bachet de Méziria" (//1658.1 - //1663.8 ; member of "Académie française" *//1663.5 incl. publications "Dictionnaire de l’Académie" in 1694, 1718, 1740 etc.).
Alleged ancient "Aryabhata I" is a 'fabricated personality'.
"Aryabhata"'s alleged concept of the 0|zero wasn't established by him.
"Aryabhata" was overhyped in the 1930s by Walter Eugene Clark ("The Aryabhatiya Of Aryabhata").
Alleged ancient mathematic "Muhammad ibn Musa al-Chwarizmi" is a 'fabricated personality'.
His work wasn't popularized until //1654.4 and "Michael Stifel" (//164x.x - //1656.7).
((compare with "Gerolamo Cardano" aka "Girolamo" aka "Hieronymus Cardanus", //1650.1 - //1657.6)).
The word "algebra" is first recorded in literature around //1655.0+, already 'latinized' and then obscured. Possibly hiding behind some arabic dialect ; the original definition means "al jebr" ("reunion of broken parts").
The beginning of mathematics is furthermore constructed with other 'fabricated personalities' :
"François Viètes" (//1654.0 – //1660.3)
"Jean Beaugrand" (//1658.4 – //16640)
"Pierre de Fermat" (//1660.7 - //1666.5)
"Adriaan van Roomen" (//1656.1 - //1661.5)
"de Fermat"'s bio regarding "Université d'Orléans" (*1679 - 1793; 1961) and other things is highly constructed. (---> mathematics)
((check out chapter "(nu)chronology of 'a meri ca' "))
check out nu|chronology on angst/anxiety
...taking some break from the letter a and other letters ...
...why it took so long for the e-letter :
What's up with the significance of tokyo's earthquake "in 1649" and why wasn't there any other reports on earthquakes before the //1660s ?
Or was there one in //1658.6 ?
see related chapters
check out Ägyptologie|egyptology
check out "Adam and Eve"
check out side project at http://experimentalfeminism.tumblr.com
("...and also one of the main themes from all my 4 books are that women are more intelligent than men, counting and mapping the stars first in...,
[femalse, gerMANN, 'talkitis']
...taking some break from the letter e and other letters ...
...why it took so long for the i-letter :
...why it took so long for the o-letter :
Phony Science, clearly originating in Germany.
Other related terms (mostly expressed in german language) combines :
Ägyptologe|Ägyptologie, Indologe/Indologie, Orientalistik/Orientalist, Ostasienwissenschaftler(In), Sinologe etc..
...why it took so long for the u-letter :
check out 'the missing umbrella', originally released as
'Regenschirm|Umbrella|Parapluie vs. the Sonnenschirm|Parasol|sunshade/Obake'
Universum, Welt, universe, world
see related chapters incl. data of //1658.0 ("universe") and //1661.9 - //1668.9 ("weltall" ; "Philipp von Zesen")
...why it took so long for the b-letter :
No first 16 centuries. Banking didn't really start before "Palmstruchska banken", Sweden (*1656).
((compare with related section on "coins from Russia"))
Who really did write the bible ?
One thing for sure, the idea originated in Germany, including the first printed editions, published by vague personalities, some of them already associated with the very first language fraternities (--->).
Furthermore, where did the word "bible" originate from ?
Was it some artificial word, based on the artificial language "greek" ?
Where did the Old English word "biblioðece" [bibliothek] come from, which meant "the Scriptures" ?
Was the seaport "Byblos" (Lebanon) the actual inspiration, which was mostly important for the trade with cedar (wood) and paper ?
What was Byblos' strong connection with former "Königreich Zypern" about, which had cedars as well?
What is their real connection with
former "Republic of Genoa"|Genova ?
Byblos is linked to "County of Tripoli"|Grafschaft Tripolis and was under control by the Ottomans since around //1651.6.
"Tripoli" was one of four artificially created "crusader states" (102nd day after 1649'ish - //1654.4 ; linked to the undocumented "de Nores"-family), together with "Grafschaft Edessa"|County of Edessa (~098th - 159th day after 1649'ish), "Fürstentum Antiochia"|Principality of Antioch (~098th - 268th day after 1649'ish) and "Königreich Jerusalem" (099th - 291th day after 1649'ish).
During the same [//-converted] period, german merchants from Bremen and Lübeck established the "Deutscher Orden" aka "Deutschritterorden" (-->) nearby 70 miles away Akkon (Acre, Haifa Bay), which still does exist today.
All crusaders had a second title, the "Franken".
((compare "kirche"|church [kyriakós])).
The first publication releases of the bible show, that it couldn't have been written in the alleged "first 16 centuries".
A quick summary :
The so called "Grüninger-Bibel" (//1652.7), illustrated by "Heinrich Vogtherr (der Ältere)" [->iii] (//1649.0 - //1655.6 ; linked to fabricated personality "Hans Burgkmair (d. Ä.")) is officially authored by "Johannes Reinhard" aka "Hans Grüninger" (//164x.x - //1653.2).
It is already the 10th publication of the bible, therefore not the oldest one.
"Grüninger"'s biography includes some unexplained career jump from small german city "Markgröningen" (formerly known as "Grüningen") to Venice.
Allegedly completely destroyed by the "Dreißigjährige Krieg" (like too many german cities at the **exact same time**), "Grüningen" started possibly before 1682, when it was first illustrated by "Andreas Kieser" (//1661.8 – //1668.8) for his "Kiesersche Forstlagerbuch"|forest register books.
"Kieser" worked for the württembergische Herzog Friedrich Carl (1652 - 1698).
"Hans Grüninger" is furthermore the publisher of one of the first physician books, "Hantwirckung der Wundartzny" by "Hieronymus Brunschwig" (//164x.x - //1651.2) plus the 'latinized' version of one of the very first humorous, funny or satirical literature, "Sebastian Brant"'s "Narrenschiff" ('trans|lated' by "Jakob Locher").
It's unexplained, why "Grüninger" was able to maintain 25 fonts|25 Schriftarten at the same time.
'nu|chronology' of the bible releases :
close to 1649'ish :
//1645.4 - //1650.0
(alleged post-gutenberg-printings o:"14|54"- o:"15|00")
Johannes Mentelin- Bibel, Straßburg //1646.6
Günther Zainer-Bibel, Augsburg //1647.7
Jodocus Pflanzmann-Bibel, Augsburg //1647.5
Anton Koberger-Bibel, Nürnberg //1648.3
1649'ish + :
William Tyndale Translation //1653.4
King-James-Bibel //1661.1 (no elephant in it !)
"Mentelin" is allegedly linked to "Heinrich Eggestein", another fictionalized publisher and "Siegelbewahrer"|seal preserver; some office position which 'later.0' turned into the english royalist version of "Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal" or "Lord Privy Seal", one of the most influential people at that time.
There is some longer list with fabricated "Privy Seal"-names into the alleged "medieval times", but it's getting more obvious with "Thomas Cromwell, 1. Earl of Essex" (//1653.6 – //1654.0 ; the alleged great-grandfather of "Oliver Cromwell").
"Eggestein" is a constructed friend of "Johannes Gensfleisch"|goose meat aka "Gutenberg" (//164x.x - //164x.x), a complete fabricated personality tied to the constructed history of printing (o: *"14|50").
There is no falseflagpainting available, noone ever painted "Gutenberg" while he was allegedly alive. Nothing else adds up in his biography either.
There aren't any college records of him available either.
University Erfurt refers to some note on "Johannes de Alta Villa", but even this "screwup" looks constructed as well .
There is furthermore no explanation, as to why "Gensfleisch" aka "Gutenberg" ended up in Straßburg and why he suddenly turned into a coin- and gold smith.
Then it says that "Gutenberg" suddenly needed a lot money and received it by "Johannes Fust", the actual sponsor of "Gutenberg", possibly around //1649.x
However also the character of "Fust" is fabricated, therefore the real beginning of printing (incl. the bible) must have started somewhere else and with completely unknown characters.
"Günther Zainer", the official second publisher of the bible, has similar oddities in his biography.
It isn't recorded when he was born.
Moving from Reutlingen into Strasbourg, he became member of their painters- and goldsmith fraternity.
It also isn't explained, why his equipment was !such advanced, extremely developed including possibilities to introduce the idea of an additional Satzspiegel|type area.
Shortly before "Anton Koberger" (//164x.x - //1651.3 ; officially the 9th publisher of the bible) there was some less known "Jodocus Pflanzmann", officially the 3rd or 4th publisher of the bible [o:"14|66"], but there is no available biography on him at all.
Publisher "Johann Schönsperger d. Ä." (//164x.x - //1652.1) authors a bible at around //1649.0, which has therefore a special spot at "google 1649'ish".
Once again, "Schönsperger"'s biography isn't satisfying either.
Yet another constructed career in Augsburg, which cannot really show, how "Schönsperger" survived for almost 70 years, but officially worked for "Kaiser Maximilian I." to make a living. Was there really enough to paint ??
"Max I" is once falseflagpainted by the fabricated "Albrecht Dürer", //1651.9).
"Max I" is linked to some obscure long distance marriage without even being personally involved; to someone in the "Bretagne", formerly known as "Kleinbritannien"|small britain (-->).
For "kaiser max", "Mr. Schönsperger" illustrates some adventure novel around the "adventures" of "Knight Thewrdanck" [Theuerdank|~ expensive thanks], about some "crusader riding with his party to the Holy Land".
other bible versions :
"Complutensian Polyglot Bible" is the name given to the first printed polyglot(multilingual) of the entire Bible, published by Complutense University Madrid (*//1649.9, 1836) .
The corrected data should be //1651.0, with the New Testament complete in //1651.4, but delayed publication "by Papal order" pushed it until around //1652.0.
"Biblia Regia" is published between around //1656.8 - //1657.2.
Authored by "Christoffel Plantijn", *his editions of the Bible were written in Hebrew, Latin and Dutch.
there are *some issues with all of these bibles :
- the "Zypern-Zeder" (german name), is mentioned in the first german bible ("...eine Zeder auf Libanon.."), while related trees on cyprus got [sic : oddly ^] ignored.
- the King James bible ignores the elephant, instead only mentions "ivory"
- there are odd similarities between the Qur'an (--->) and the Hebrew bible.
- apparently visibly illustrated in the genesis section of the so called "Koberger-Bibel", is the small bird "Blaumeise". The purpose is unexplained.
Oddly this bird is 'later.0' wrongly translated into english language, as "bluetit"
((check out 'nu|chronology' of blue|BLAU'))
- who exactly was involved in the translation from old greek (Koine) into german language, if *that* was the very first translation ?
Furthermore it wasn't until Henry Thomas Colebrooke (1765 – 1837), some "English orientalist", who did first "Bible translations into Persian Calcutta" (1804). Why so late ?
Some odd curiosum :
TIME DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FIRST BIBLE VERSION AND first COMEDY
1649.7 - 1646.6 = 3.1
"Heinrich Vogtherr der Ältere" authors other significant illustrations, linked to the beginning of language control and grammar:
"Turm der Grammatik", //1654.8.
For fictionalized publisher "Christoph Froschauer" (//1649.0 - //1656.4) he furthermore illustrates //1652.4 "Luthers Neues Testament", //1652.5 "Altes Testament", //1653.0 the «Zürcher Bibel (Die ganze Bibel)» ]
Health His|torians want to make us believe that it took 1,600 years, until the discovery of blood circulation. Of course that is pure rubbish.
The alleged ancient thinker "Galenos von Pergamon" is a fabricated personality. Possibly around //1662.8 it was yet another fabricated personality, "William Harvey" (//1657.8 - //1665.7) who released his discovery in the writings "De Motu Cordis".
Possibly behind him was a thinktank of University of Cambridge (* possibly around //1652.0 with the beginning of their library, *not "12|09" which could also mean 209th day after 1649'ish which is close to 1652 as well.)
"Harvey" worked furthermore for fictionalized "Queen Elisabeth I" (//1653.3 - //1660.3 ; while in "coronation robes" she was 'falseflagpainted' by an unknown author).
How convenient : "Harvey's" original writings had been all destroyed in the suspicious 'falseFire' from London in 1666.
"Harvey" was also connected with the "Royal College of Physicians", which was possibly created around //1651.8 and not in the alleged "medieval times".
This insider college published "London Pharmacopeia" (//1661.8), which regulated the composition of all pharmacy drugs.
They're connected to the "Royal College of Surgeons of England", which was possibly established around //1654.0, as the "Barber-Surgeons".
The whole his|tory of physicians is falsified.
There was no ancient "Hippokrates of Kos", "Galenus" or other 'greekgibbeldigogg'.
Even the first "medical historians" were bogus.
Among those was "Zacutus Lusitanus" (//1657.5 – //1664.2) spinning the "portuguese-dutch" authority.
For the alleged "medieval times" there are vague references hiding behind "oriental medicine", to obscure these lies.
Allegedly humans claim they have been still influenced by "ancient Pedanios Dioscurides".
This nonsense claim continues with alleged writings at the italian "Monte Cassino", which was a such often destroyed building that noone should take their history for serious at all.
Also the alleged medieval "Schola Medica Salernitana" is a fabrication including their document "Liber pandectarum medicinae" (//1652.6), allegedly written by someone called "Matthew Silvatico" (o:"13|17").
Same to "Paracelsus" (//1649.3 - //1654.1), though "he" must be very close to the very first 'authentic'ish' physicians.
Add "Andreas Vesalius" (//1651.4 - //1656.4) on the list of fabricated physicians of the alleged medieval times.
Or "Ambroise Paré" (//1651.0 - //1659.0).
The profession of a "Bader"|bather (doctors of the little people) "wasn't even illustrated yet, until "Jost Amman" (//1656.8) did that painting stunt.
Furthermore the idea of a Wundarzt|surgeon came too late.
Same to the idea of "hospital" which possibly started as late as 1710 with the Charité in Berlin, 1682 with the first illustration ("Physician seeing to the sick in a hospital" ; engraving from: J. Ch. Thiemen, "Haus-, Feld-, Koch-, Kunst-, etc Buch").
There was no "ancient Hotel Dieu".
In 1717 the "Englische Artzney-Büchlein" was authored by Royal Society- member Richard Lower from the "Virtuosi" clan around Robert Boyle (//1662.6 - //1569.1) and architect Christopher Wren (1649'ish - 1722), who officially built the whole city structure of London incl. St Paul’s Cathedral after the suspicious 'falseFire' from 1666.
The "Allgemeine Krankenhaus in Vienna" started in 1784.
The first hospitals ("Irrenschloss", "Tollhaus", "Narrenturm") could have been also a front, to control the first freethinkers and independent travellers, "Fahrendes Volk", "fahrende Leute", to coopt them as "mad", "juvenile" or "geisteskrank"|insane.
Occasionally they were mocked by some falseflagpainters, i.e. "Jan Victors" (//1661.9 – //1667.6)
((compare with history of Gefängnis|jail ; Rasphuis in Amsterdam, 1662, possibly around the same time : Bremen (//1660.9), Lübeck (//1661.3), Hamburg (//1662.2) and Danzig (//1662.9) ; "gute Policey"|good police *//164x.x, "Reichspolizeiordnungen" //1653.0, //1654.8 and //1657.7 ;
The word "police" is first recorded in literature in o:"15|30", better read //1653.0))
((please check out related chapters incl. 'nu|chronology of Medikament"medication"'))
The whole idea of delay regarding the study of plants and mushrooms makes no sense whatsoever.
Allegedly it took almost 1,550 - 1,600 years until the first descriptions (incl. 'latinized' names) took place.
Representative for this 'romantic smoking gun' should be the history of botanic gardens, *here with the "1649'ish" standard conversion system :
//1654.4 botanic garden in the italian Pisa by "Luca Ghini"
//1654.5 in Padua by "Johannes Baptista Montanus"
//1654.5 in Florence
//1656.8 in Bologna
//1658.0 botanische Gärten in Leipzig, occasionally called "Hortus Medicus"
//1658.6 in Jena
//1659.3 in Heidelberg
//1660.9 in Gießen
//1662.0 in Freiburg
1669 the first "Botanische Garten" with this name at the University of Kiel, on behalf of german scientist and author "Johann Daniel Major" (//1663.4 - 1693), who died under strange circumstances in Stockholm.
"Major" authored some obscure book called "See-Farth nach der Neuen Welt ohne Schiff und Segel" (1670), which describes the fictionalized country "Cosmophorum", the ideal country for free science, usually called "liberal arts". Who really was that dude ? Probably noone ever will figure this out.
((The "Missouri Botanical Garden" in St. Louis is from 1859))
...why it took so long for the p-letter :
The use of alleged ancient papyrus appears to be a huge lie.
Until 1752, the use of "papyri rolls" wasn't even known and presented to the public on behalf of a huge 'excavationSCAM' in an area later known as "Herculaneum".
Partly responsible for this was Rocque Joaquin de Alcubierre (1702–1780), a military engineer in the Spanish Army and also linked to some 'excavationSCAM' in Pompeii.
Of course he was just some puppet, on behalf of the "House of Bourbon" and some ingoing king of spain called "Carlos III" vs. the italian "House of Savoy".
More logically the introduction of regular paper, with the help of the cedar tree makes much more sense. The papyrus-claim is b*shit.
"Danse de Paysans" (Peasant's Dance) by "Théodore de Bry" (//1652.8 - //1659.8) shows a couple with a man lifting his partner off the ground, and the man pulling the woman towards him while holding her closely with both arms...
No other dance in the first 1,600 years ?
((compare with nu|chronology of "dance", apparently "german Volkstanz" is described as the oldest documented dance in the world. (?)))
check out seerecht
Why would the introduction of Playing Cards start so late ?
The Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards is incorporated by english Royal Charter around //1662.8.
((please compare with the "missing toy industry" of the first 1,600 years in the book "Revealing Aurora", http://tinyURL.com/amazonico))
like faroe islands (regarding the "markatal" measure unit), there was supposed to be some specified, extended chapters only about poland and the obscure past of the word "granica". Regarding extreme personal dismantlements since October 2012, it was decided to reduce these planned chapters to some notes as well.
However needless to say, the quote stands :
"...i have tons of special chapters on poland and faroe islands in my 4th book... ...poland and lithuania will have some major chapters in my book..."
there was no "ancient post messenger", neither the idea of a postal service was postponed during the alleged "medieval times"/"middle ages".
The "Brandenburgische Staatspost" started around //1655.0 ("Botenordnung"), //1658.9, //1661.0, //1665.2.
(((check out related chapters regarding "Lamoral Claudius Franz von Thurn und Taxis", Friedenspostreiter, Routenverlagerungen, Kaiserliche Reichspost, spanisch-niederländische Post ("Gräfin Alexandrine von Taxis"), Niederländischer Postkurs //1649.0, //1650.5, Generaloberstpostmeister Leonhard I. von Taxis //1659.6, Generalerbpostmeister //1652.0, "Holländischer Krieg", Postkonferenz in Hildesheim 1666 etc...)))
...why it took so long for the c-letter :
c, g, k, q
The history of cannabis|HASCH and related termini is completely fabricated.
Officially "Cannabis genus" was first categorized as late as 1753, by Carl von Linné aka Carl Nilsson Linnæus; (1707 -1778 in Uppsala).
The alleged "medieval" "Jabir Ibn el-Hayyan" aka ":known as Geber" is a fabricated personality ; same to related "Arabian manuscripts", "Arabian Alchemist Avicenna (known in Arabic as "Ibn Sina", "Mansur el-Hallaj", and "Farduddin Attar, the Chemist", then 'predated' into alleged "medieval times" [pre 1649'ish] and tied to alleged "alchemists"
(FakeCreation of BioFarmaIndustrie/deutsche a p o t h e k e r).
Same to the 'Sufis-fabrication' of alleged "medieval" "el-Khidr (Khizr), the green man" , as a "...hidden reference to hashish and bhang...".
Other manipulative pieces include "Expulsion of the Demons" ("unknown author", around //1660.0), plus other suspicious authors i.e. :
"Heinrich Khunrath" (//1656.0 - //1660.5 in Dresden) ; deutscher Arzt, Alchemist and Kabbalist ("Amphitheatrum Sapientiae Aeterna" ; //1660.9). [see G L O S S A R Y for "deutscher Arzt"]
"Khunrath" was a "buddy" of yet another fabricated personality and magician "John Dee" (//1652.7 - //1660.8) ; "Dee" was allegedly connected with the "Rosenkreuzer" aka "Rosenkreutzer"- Geheimbünde (*1661.2).
"Gerard Dorn" (//1653.0 - //1658.4 ; " Theatrum chemicum" //1655.9)
The most common associated and connected lies are based on J.M. Campbell, as late as 1894 ;
[J. M. Campbell. Indian Hemp Drugs Commission Report, 1893–1894]
"...commented that to the Moslem worshipper ..."
which means :
pitching furthermore the rising ORIENTALISTIK-Hype,
which will eventually turn into 'is'lame aka ISLAm'.
[reverse-racism starts ! no more comments on this]
The word "character" with the Meaning "sum of qualities that define a person" is as late as from 1640s.
Sense of "person in a play or novel" is first attested 1660s, in reference to the "defining qualities" he or she is given by the author. Meaning "a person" in the abstract is from 1749; especially "eccentric person" (1773).
1,700 years for all this ? So what was "ancient Nero" then ? Clearly fabricated and only a "character" since hollywood and cecil b de mille.
Clearly the chess game|schachspiel was first introduced in Thomas Hyde's
"De ludis orientalibus libri duo", which was as late published as in 1694.
Thomas Hyde (1649'ish – 1703) was one of the first "orientalists"
who also invented the word "dualism".
Hyde was "influenced" from potentially fabricated "Abraham Wheelocke" (//1659.3 – //1665.3), the first "Professor of Arabic" at the University of Cambridge (allegedly formed in "12|09", though it appears to be around //1659.6, with the founding of Sidney Sussex).
...why it took so long for the g-letter :
What is the real history of italian Genova, once called "Serenissima Repubblica di Genova" (‚Erlauchteste Republik Genua‘|Most Serene Republic of Genoa) ?
One reason might have been to test the earliest bank- and money systems, a few years before Sweden ([-> bank] made them public.
If one considers that there was no "medieval times", the "Banco di San Giorgio" (Bank des Heiligen Georg|Bank of Saint George) aka "Casa delle Compere di San Giorgio" is the oldest 'test-bank'.
The name is obviously a reference to St. George, who played a key role in the First Crusade, but this event could not have been that far away, since the expression "by (St.) George!" is officially recorded from o:"15|90"s (better read //1659.0).
Therefore it makes more sense, that "Banco di San Giorgio" wasn't created in o:"14|07", but more closer to the //1650s.
Genua|Genova is first illustrated around //1649.0 ("Schedelsche Weltchronik"), which is close to the 'columbus_CON' (//1649.2).
How convenient : "Columbus" was allegedly born in Genova.
The famous lighthouse of Genova was possibly constructed around //1654.3.
((compare with gin, some "type of distilled drinking alcohol", 1714 ;
geneva "curve, bend" ; urge/waurkjan))
Apparently some "illustrated card sets" from the alleged medieval times, to educate the audience on latin language.
The set was authored by 'fabricated personality' "Mathias Ringmann" (//164x.x – //1651.1) and possibly printed around //1650.9.
One original copy of Grammatica figurata was allegedly "found" and reprinted in 1905.
"Ringmann"", a german cartographer, is credited with naming America on the map of his associate "Martin Waldseemüller" (//164x.x - //1652.0) in "Cosmographiae Introductio" (//1650.7).
...why it took so long for the k-letter :
Koran aka karim
the 'veryshort' nu|chronology version :
THE Koran aka karim (edel, würdig) Qur'an started around
1659 (Al-Koranum Mahumedanum ; "Salomon Schweigger"] ; followed by
1734 george sale (english version)
1924 royal egypt version
read the (extended) version of the Koran plus Kaba etc. at
It's not clear when the first war really was (in opposite to secretive genocide), but this here could be one of the first war appeals :
"...Auff, auff, ihr Christen! Das ist: eine bewegliche Anfrischung der christlichen Waffen wider den türkischen Blutegel..." (1683, by language acrobat "Abraham a Santa Clara" aka "Johann Ulrich Megerle" ; 1649'ish - 1709)
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There is no way to establish the shortest nu|chronology of the german nation, completely inched with the "1649'ish thesis", but here is the latest try :
- Germans started as Germanen, Allemannen ("everyone"), Kelten, Elbslawen, Westslawen, Wenden (!), Ottonen, Hessen, the "nem"-people (to mute [the powertalkers]) etc., with earliest cities as Trier, Köln, Augsburg, Mainz, Hamburg and Luebeck.
Why would someone prefer to stay in the caves or a forest, if they can build houses and a raft?
Of course these cities never had alleged 'ancient' or 'medieval' background, but started between the first 200 days after 1649'ish and the 1650s. The "medieval" mindOP started with walls surrounding the people}ersten menschen (in der stadt!((.
Trier becomes more city'ish around //1658.0 incl. their oldest "Dreikönigenhaus in der Simeonstraße".
ps: for americans :
Kids in german schools get extremely conditioned to visit this city or to do pottery|Töpfern and other 'ancient/medieval stuff'
("Siegburger Steinzeug" ;
The Trier-city was first illustrated by "Matthäus Merian the Elder" (//1659.3 – //1665.0), which started the ancient- and medieval authority hype from the past.
Köln|Cologne started possibly around the first 400 days after 1649'ish and was first illustrated by "Johann Koelhoff der Jüngere": around //1649.9.
More convenient, this city was the main inspiration for the idea of "colonisation" all along, since it furthermore was named "Colonia", "Kolonia","Kolonya", "Keulen"|mace, "Coellen", "Cölln" or "Cöln".
The Cologne cathedral|Kölner Dom wasn't built in the alleged 'ancient times', but original parts could have been constructed around the 873th day after 1649'ish.
Going by 'the other journal' [o:"12|48"] this could have started around the 248th day as well.
Instead of decades, of course this production process shrinks *here into only a few years :
Did the first bells [->ii] in the south tower arrive around the 437th day after 1649'ish ?
Another cathedral constructor named "Johann Kuene van Franckenberg" ("dies" //1649.1), which is still close enough to the 1649'ish-thesis, is mentioned in this context.
It appears as if the main construction was "stopped" between //1651.0 and //1652.8, which doesn't contradict all data from above as well.
The construction and/or restauration continued 1744 - 1770.
((compare with the word "cathedral" ["church of a bishop"], which doesn't appear in literature until around //1658.0+, followed by "cathedraical" [1670s], "cathedratic" [1660s], "cathedratical" [1660s] etc.
More bizarre, the word "bishop", as also in the chess piece (formerly "archer", before that "alfin") was so called as late as the o:"15|60"s, better read -> //1656.0.
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