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Saturday, October 8, 2016

The Strange, The Bizarre, The Unusual, I Like It... "Now That's Strange" (Part One)

"Now That's Strange" (Part One)
Saint Germaine, Collection Of Bizarre Facts':
Assuming Saint Germain studied at the University Of Sienna, he performed in theaters’ throughout Europe. Saint Germaine was once arrested for espionage, but released shortly after. Refusing while in custody to admit who he was or where he came from, admitting though that he had only been in England for two years’. Adding, he never goes by his real name and has never had dealings’ with a woman.
Singing to his interrogators’ and playing his violin, divulging that he composes. Towards the end they consider him mad. Saint Germaine was called an Italian, Spaniard and a Pole, a person that married great fortune in Mexico and ran off with the jewels’ to Constantinople. Referred to as a priest, fiddler, noblemen, but never a gentleman. Entertainingly odd in manner yet sensible, well-bred, 
ingenious, gallant, and conceited. A philosopher and everything for everybody, a pretender of all sciences'.
Speaking Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish and English, Saint Germaine was a man of quality. Designed for the church and too good of a man to not be famous, if not a gentleman, pale with dark black hair and dressed magnificently. Employed by King Louis the Seventh for diplomatic affairs’, imitated by mimes’ and called the great impostor by Casanova himself. Saint Germaine was an 
adventurer, raconteur, full of marvel and amazement, a ladies man.
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Roger Lee Hanson
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

The World's Greatest Mysteries', (Memes'):

"The World's Greatest Mysteries'"








"Secret Societies"

"Secret Societies'"

Because of indiscretions’ Aphrodite “ gave a Rose to her son Eros., and he gave the Rose to Hippocrates to secure that those indiscretions’ remained “ silent.” Sub Rosa meaning, “confidentiality, secrecy and Silence.” Handed down from the Egyptians’ to the Greek and Romans’, and finally delivered into the hands of the English. Hippocrates then becomes Horus, and Egypt goes from the Lotus to the Rose. Roses’ depicted in banquet rooms’ painted on the ceilings’ and trim, stating,“ Whatever is said and done during feast and wine stays within the banquet room.” Confidentiality within the king’s conference room, and codes’ of silence in the confessionals of the Church.
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"The Rosicrucian" 
Part One:
Allot of People from the sixteenth century until the eighteenth century were inspired by the Rosicrucian.
Individuals’ such as:
“Michael Maier, Robert Fludd, Elias Ashmole, Teophilus Schweighardt Constantiens, Gotthardus Arthusius, Julius Sperber, Henricus Madathanus, Gabriel Naude, Thomas Vaughan, George Von Welling, and Hermann Fictuld.”
Michael Maier was appointed court palatine by the King and Emperor of Hungary-Bohemia. Rudolph the Second in his writings’, clearly support the Rosicrucian Society. Because of the influence that the society held, it was believed that Rosicrucian ideas’ originally founded the Royal Society. Termed the invisible college first by the Rosicrucian, but later changed to the Royal Society. The idea for an invisible college was promoted by Johannes Kepler, George Joachim Rheticus, John Dee, Tycho Brahe and Robert Boyle. Boyle Himself wrote, “The cornerstones’ of the invisible college, do now and then honor me with their company.” Meetings’ occurred well before the formation of the Royal Society, many commentaries’ can be found which refer to these Meetings’. Two from both John Wilkins and John Wallis.
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The Strange, The Bizarre, The Unusual, I Like It... 
"Secret Societies" 
Part Two
Allot of People from the sixteenth century until the eighteenth century were inspired by the Rosicrucian.
Individuals’ such as:
“Michael Maier, Robert Fludd, Elias Ashmole, Teophilus Schweighardt Constantiens, Gotthardus Arthusius, Julius Sperber, Henricus Madathanus, Gabriel Naude, Thomas Vaughan, George Von Welling, and Hermann Fictuld.”
Michael Maier was appointed court palatine by the King and Emperor of Hungary-Bohemia. Rudolph the Second in his writings’, clearly supported the Rosicrucian Society. Because of the influence that the society held, it was believed that Rosicrucian ideas’ originally founded the Royal Society. Termed the invisible college first by the Rosicrucian, but later changed to the Royal Society. The idea for an invisible college was promoted by Johannes Kepler, George Joachim Rheticus, John Dee, Tycho Brahe and Robert Boyle. Boyle Himself wrote, “The cornerstones’ of the invisible college, do now and then honor me with their company.” Meetings’ occurred well before the formation of the Royal Society, many commentaries’ can be found which refer to these Meetings’. Two from both John Wilkins and John Wallis.
DIRECTED BY: Roger Lee Hanson
email: rogerhanson196@gmail.com 
Facebook: 
https://www.facebook.com/thestrangeth...…/
Music by: Ross Bugden
INSTAGRAM! : https://instagram.com/rossbugden/ (rossbugden)
TWITTER! : https://twitter.com/RossBugden (@rossbugden)
Music provided by: Jake LaVallee
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