Saturday, November 28, 2015

Thon Nontas the author


"There is no advantage to be big. Others are gone too. "
"But they have to listen to the" little point in his eyes 

Friday, October 16, 2015

The well of St. Genevieve

Much of the information available about Genèvieve—its validity and worth—has been the subject of controversy. Her biography, not written until many centuries after her death, is considered unreliable. Still, the Celtic cult that developed for her began in ancient times—a reference to it can be found as far back as 592 AD in the Martyrology of Jerome—and it endured for years. Further, there is no doubt that she actually lived.
For many years, traditional thought held that Genèvieve was a shepherdess born of peasant parents. But evidence suggests this is a myth promulgated by the way Genèvieve was typically portrayed in paintings. She was often depicted as a shepherdess holding a candle, a book, or torch. Such portrayals may have been merely symbolic.
The more likely scenario, scholars indicate, is that Genèvieve came from a wealthy family. Her exact date of birth is not known but is placed around 422. She was born in Nanterre, a small village outside of Paris, France. Her father was Severus, her mother Gerontia, and it is believed that they were wealthy and respectable citizens.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Evedence of King Solomon's mine


Above them, there is a painting of King Solomon holding the key of truth; The painting displays the eight-pointed star in all the 

Abraham was directed by God to take his son Isaac, to the land of Moriah, and there to offer him for a burnt offering upon a mountain which God would show him.


German explorer.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

.......The Throne of Thongs



สงคราม......พวกเขาเอาแต่พูดว่า...*สงครามครั้งนี้จะเป๊นสงครามครั้งสุดท้าย* และหลังจากนั้นโลกก็จะเป็นสรวงสวรรค์ พวกเขาเอาแต่จะสร้างดฃกใหม่ขนิดที่ไม่เคยมีใตรพานพบมาก่อน  ครั้นเมื่อเวลามาถึง พวกเขาก็ไม่รู้จะทำอย่างไร เหมือนเด็กสร้างบ้าน พวกเขาไม่รู้วิธีจะเลือกวัสดุที่เหมาะสม
            ความคิดของบุรุษสร้างชาติดำเนินไปด้วยความยากลำบาก ไม่ได้ไปถึงไหนเลย แล้วก็ย้อนกลับมาทางเดิม แล้วก็แล่นไปทางเดิมซ้ำแล้วซ้ำเล่า ก่อนที่จะก้าวเข้าไปสู่ห้วงความคิดอีกวงหนึ่ง พระองค์จะหยุดคิดเรื่องนี้เสียไม่ได้ กษัตริย์อาร์เธอร์ทรงเหนื่อยล้าอ่อนระโหย พระองค์สิ้นแรงจากศึกสองครั้ง ครั้งแรกที่ช่องแคบโดเวอร์ ครั้งที่สองที่บาร์รอมดาวน์ พระมเหสีกำลังตกเป็นนักโทษอยู่ที่หอคอยแห่งกรุงลอนดอล พระสหายเก่าแก่ของพระอง๕ถูกขับออกจากแผ่นดิน  พระราชโอรสพยายามจะปลงพระชนม์พระองค์ อัศวินการเวกถูกฝังไปแล้ว  อัศวินโต๊ะกลมแตกกระจายหายสูญไปทั้งโต๊ะ  ประเทศตกอยู่ในสงคราม โดยทางใดทางหนึ่งพระองค์จะต้องทนทานแบกรับสิ่งเหล่านี้เอาไว้ให้ได้ด้วยหลักยึดในจิตใจ  นานมาแล้วที่พระอง๕ได้รับการสั่งสอนจากผู้เฒ่าเมอร์ลินโดยเชื่อว่า มนุษย์นั้นจะปฎิรูปให้เป็นคนสมบูรณ์แบบได้ โดยรวมแล้วมีคุณธรรมมากกว่าความป่าเถื่อนเยี่ยงเดรฉาน สิ่งทีเรียกว่าบาปดั้งเดิมไม่มีตัวตน พระอง๕ในฐานะกษัตริย์ได้รับการหล่อหลอมให้เป็นผู้ช่วยเหลือมนุษย์ คูณูประการที่พระองค์ถูกลิขิตมาคือการต่อสู้กับอำนาจ...ซึ่งเกิดจากการมีอคติด้วยจิตใจที่เจ็บป่วยของมนุษย์ พระราชดำริเกี่ยวกับขนบธรรมเนียมอัศวินโต๊ะกลมของพระองค์ พระองค์เปรียบเสมือนผู้วิเศษที่มุ่งหมายจะติดตามผลการวิจัยมะเร็งร้ายตลอดพระชนม์ชีพ อำนาจเพื่อยุติมันลงและทำให้มนุษย์ชาติมีความสุขขึ้น  แต่โครงสร้างทั้งหมดมีสัมพันธ์กับสมมุติฐานอันแรกว่ามนุษย์นั้นเป็นสัตว์ประเสริฐดีงามเยียงเสือโคร่งที่ถูมนุษย์เลี้ยงมาแต่กำเนิดให้เป็นสัตวืประเสริฐ

            เมื่อมองย้อนกลับมาในพระชนม์ชีพ ดูเหมือนว่าพระองค์ทรงดันรนมาตลอดเพื่อจะสร้างเขื่อนโดยมีจุดประสงค์เพื่อป้องกันอุทกภัย ซึ่งตรวจพบรอยแตกร้าวอยู่เสมอๆ ทำให้ต้องมีงานใหม่ทำอีกเรื่อยๆ เหมือนกระแสรน้ำเมื่อยามท่วมจากที่สูงก็ย่อมไหลต่อไปยังที่ต่ำ ครั้นพระองค์ทรงอภิเษกสมรส พระองค์ทรงใช้พละกำลังในการสู้รบกับพวกชาวเกล เพียงเพื่อสอนพระอง๕เองว่าการทำผิดสองครั้งผลลัพธ้จะไม่ได้เป็นถูกหนึ่งครั้ง แต่ด้วยอัศวินโต๊ะกลมของพระองค์จนสามารถสยบความแบ่งแยกอันก็ให้เกิดสงครามศักดินาสวามิภักดิ์ได้สำเร็จ และทรงพยายามควบคุมทรราชในรูปแบบย่อยโดยนำอำนาจของทรราชมาใช้ให้เป็นประโยชน์ เพื่อจัดการกับความชั่วร้ายพระองค์ทรงให้อัศวินของพระองค์ไปจัดการปราบอิทธืพลของเหล่าบารอนและบารอนเนสเหล่านั้น จนกระทั่งกาลเวลาผ่านไปก็ได้บรรลุจุดหมายแล้ว พวกเขาทำตามคำบัญชาของพระองค์ แต่พลังอำนาจของพระองค์ที่มีอยู่เกิดปฎิกริยาลุกโซ่จนนอกเหนือการควบคุม ดังนั้นพระองค์จึงต้องแสวงหาช่องทางใหม่ โดยส่งพวกเขาอัศวินเหล่านั้นไปปฎิบัติภารกิจของพระเจ้าเพื่อแสวงหาจอกศักดิ์สิทธิ์ The golden goblet เรื่องดังกล่าวเป็นเรื่องใหญ่เป็นนามธรรม..

Friday, April 4, 2014

The Multiny

Mutiny...

Near the end of the ninth year since the landing, the Achaean army, tired from the fighting and from the lack of supplies, mutinied against their leaders and demanded to return to their homes. According to the Cypria, Achilles forced the army to stay.According to Apollodorus, Agamemnon brought the Wine Growers, daughters of Anius, son of Apollo, who had the gift of producing by touch wine, wheat, and oil from the earth, in order to relieve the supply problem of the army. The Iliad Chryses pleading with Agamemnon for his daughter (360–350 BC) Main article: Iliad Chryses, a priest of Apollo and father of Chryseis, came to Agamemnon to ask for the return of his daughter. Agamemnon refused, and insulted Chryses, who prayed to Apollo to avenge his ill-treatment. Enraged, Apollo afflicted the Achaean army with plague. Agamemnon was forced to return Chryseis to end the plague, and took Achilles' concubine Briseis as his own. Enraged at the dishonour Agamemnon had inflicted upon him, Achilles decided he would no longer fight. He asked his mother, Thetis, to intercede with Zeus, who agreed to give the Trojans success in the absence of Achilles, the best warrior of the Achaeans. After the withdrawal of Achilles, the Achaeans were initially successful. Both armies gathered in full for the first time since the landing. Menelaus and Paris fought a duel, which ended when Aphrodite snatched the beaten Paris from the field. With the truce broken, the armies began fighting again. Diomedes won great renown amongst the Achaeans, killing the Trojan hero Pandaros and nearly killing Aeneas, who was only saved by his mother, Aphrodite. With the assistance of Athena, Diomedes then wounded the gods Aphrodite and Ares. During the next days, however, the Trojans drove the Achaeans back to their camp and were stopped at the Achaean wall by Poseidon. The next day, though, with Zeus' help, the Trojans broke into the Achaean camp and were on the verge of setting fire to the Achaean ships. An earlier appeal to Achilles to return was rejected, but after Hector burned Protesilaus' ship, he allowed his close friend[105] and relative Patroclus to go into battle wearing Achilles' armour and lead his army. Patroclus drove the Trojans all the way back to the walls of Troy, and was only prevented from storming the city by the intervention of Apollo. Patroclus was then killed by Hector, who took Achilles' armour from the body of Patroclus. Triumphant Achilles dragging Hector's body around Troy, from a panoramic fresco of the Achilleion Achilles, maddened with grief, swore to kill Hector in revenge. He was reconciled with Agamemnon and received Briseis back, untouched by Agamemnon. He received a new set of arms, forged by the god Hephaestus, and returned to the battlefield. He slaughtered many Trojans, and nearly killed Aeneas, who was saved by Poseidon. Achilles fought with the river god Scamander, and a battle of the gods followed. The Trojan army returned to the city, except for Hector, who remained outside the walls because he was tricked by Athena. Achilles killed Hector, and afterwards he dragged Hector's body from his chariot and refused to return the body to the Trojans for burial. The Achaeans then conducted funeral games for Patroclus. Afterwards, Priam came to Achilles' tent, guided by Hermes, and asked Achilles to return Hector's body. The armies made a temporary truce to allow the burial of the dead. The Iliad ends with the funeral of Hector. After the Iliad Penthesilea and the death of Achilles • The judgement of the arms, and its aftermath: wrongful either way o Ajax clearly not in the right to want to kill Agamemnon, Menelaus, and Odysseus for losing the decision: this is the consequence of the old authority of the independent hero o But Odysseus is clearly also not in the right: even he agrees that Ajax should have gotten the arms, 1339, and if Ajax is right Odysseus may have used wrongful means of persuasion: clearly a consequence of an authority that depends on persuasion  Note that persuasion, in the context of community authority --such as the authority that now rules the Athenian democracy! -- is more forceful that the power of the hero - Achilles killing the Amazon Penthesilea Shortly after the burial of Hector, Penthesilea, queen of the Amazons, arrived with her warriors.Penthesilea, daughter of Otrere and Ares, had accidentally killed her sister Hippolyte. She was purified from this action by Priam, and in exchange she fought for him and killed many, including Machaon[108] (according to Pausanias, Machaon was killed by Eurypylus),and according to another version, Achilles himself, who was resurrected at the request of Thetis.Penthesilia was then killed by Achilles who fell in love with her beauty after her death. Thersites, a simple soldier and the ugliest Achaean, taunted Achilles over his love[108] and gouged out Penthesilea's eyes.Achilles slew Thersites, and after a dispute sailed to Lesbos, where he was purified for his murder by Odysseus after sacrificing to Apollo, Artemis, and Leto. While they were away, Memnon of Ethiopia, son of Tithonus and Eos,came with his host to help his stepbrother Priam.He did not come directly from Ethiopia, but either from Susa in Persia, conquering all the peoples in between,or from the Caucasus, leading an army of Ethiopians and Indians.Like Achilles, he wore armour made by Hephaestus.In the ensuing battle, Memnon killed Antilochus, who took one of Memnon's blows to save his father Nestor.Achilles and Memnon then fought. Zeus weighed the fate of the two heroes; the weight containing that of Memnon sank,and he was slain by Achilles.Achilles chased the Trojans to their city, which he entered. The gods, seeing that he had killed too many of their children, decided that it was his time to die. He was killed after Paris shot a poisoned arrow that was guided by Apollo.In another version he was killed by a knife to the back (or heel) by Paris, while marrying Polyxena, daughter of Priam, in the temple of Thymbraean Apollo,the site where he had earlier killed Troilus. Both versions conspicuously deny the killer any sort of valour, saying Achilles remained undefeated on the battlefield. His bones were mingled with those of Patroclus, and funeral games were held.Like Ajax, he is represented as living after his death in the island of Leuke, at the mouth of the Danube River,where he is married to Helen The Judgment of Arms The suicide of Ajax (from a calyx-krater, 400–350 BC, Vulci) A great battle raged around the dead Achilles. Ajax held back the Trojans, while Odysseus carried the body away.When Achilles' armour was offered to the smartest warrior, the two that had saved his body came forward as competitors. Agamemnon, unwilling to undertake the invidious duty of deciding between the two competitors, referred the dispute to the decision of the Trojan prisoners, inquiring of them which of the two heroes had done most harm to the Trojans.Alternatively, the Trojans and Pallas Athena were the judges in that, following Nestor's advice, spies were sent to the walls to overhear what was said. A girl said that Ajax was braver: For Aias took up and carried out of the strife the hero, Peleus' son: this great Odysseus cared not to do. To this another replied by Athena's contrivance: Why, what is this you say? A thing against reason and untrue! Even a woman could carry a load once a man had put it on her shoulder; but she could not fight. For she would fail with fear

My life is lived, and I have played The part that Fortune gave


”Don’t say it Ajax. I know this doesn’t makesense. Ajax I have left the two most dear to me in order to join a man I’ve hared for years. I can’t say why now. All you need to know is that you can trust me to be loyal and brave until we win or are annihilated by the Trojans. You have my word. I will be faithful.” “Dinner is on the table Ajax.” “Thank you Tacmessa. You are welcome to join us Antilochus,” Honored by man “In our last meal as well as our last stand.” “Ajax” “Sorry Tecmessa. I am tired.” Patroclus gave up trying to find Achilles as the sun went down he oloooed onto the sand to wait at the entrance to the path. His hound had deserted him for the smell of the evening meal and he thought ruefully it had been his day for unpleasant tasks; the upcoming one likely to be the most regrettable. He felt close to all three of them and saw no way anyone could escape unscathered. As a peacemaker he had been an utter failure, and if possible, he had made things worse. “One would think it was you who had slept with Antilochus’woman from that look on your face,” Patroclus jumped,he had not heard Achilles come up in front. “What’s wrong ?” “You startled me.” “I don’t have to ask how things went with Timandra. Where’s Antilochus?” “Gone.” Archilles sat down next to Patroclus. “Where?” “I am sorry Archilles. Antilochus hass left to join Agamemnon.” He wanted you to know that it was Ajax’s plea not your actions which drew him back into the army. He claims guilt about his friends rather than rage at you and Tim, prompted him to return. He said he loves you still.” “The timing somewhat make his motive suspect.” Patroclus grimned. “Come on Archilles. We both know Antilochus well enough to trust his reasons. “Normally yes, but when a woman is involved men are capable of doing and saying anything.” Archilles snorted. “They get some kind of weired hold on a man…” “Timandra’s not like that.” Patrochus snapped hotly.