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===Scientific and Mathematic References===
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*16 CFR § 801(b)(1)(ii)
*16 CFR § 801(b)(1)(ii)
*AES algorithm (Rijndael)  
*AES algorithm (Rijndael) - The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), also known by its original name—Rijndael—is a specification for the encryption of electronic data established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2001. AES is a subset of the Rijndael [[cipher]], a family of ciphers with different key and block sizes. The algorithm described by AES is a symmetric-key algorithm, meaning the same key is used for both encrypting and decrypting the data. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Encryption_Standard Wikipedia]
*E.A.R. PART 743.2 - The Export Administration Regulations
*E.A.R. PART 743.2 - The Export Administration Regulations

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5/1/07 Ad
MAY DAY 2007
Publication Date May 1, 2007
Ad Source MM Site
Smiley Type Smiley with 6 hairs

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SR/CL: May Day, 2007}+} Leitmotiv: "Constantine's accession turned prophesy into history."—Grafton & Williams, ISBN-13: 978-0-674-02314-7; sub specie. ISBN—10:0-674-02314-5.

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Summer Tour Itinerary is to be extracted by accessing "the endless line of splendor" via the characteristic polynomial of 5/1/88, 4th Level. All sections are to convene in THE VAULT through the lens of 47.9N., 9.32E, in the manner which can be seen by all but used only by us. The final decisions vis-a-vis 16 CFR § 801(b)(1)(ii) will be as irrevocable as those of 5/1/72. //★//!}★

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Gustavus Adolphus

Micah: 1:4}}+} Gustatory consumption of le bout de porc at the 477th Celebration of the Confessio Augustana is to be expedited by the ions of the actinides within the 815 GWe context, as per ADW, 5/1/92, 3rd Level. The Hirelings remain fixated on the VHTR option, with a [reputed] target date of A.D. 2016-2021, 46.63 N., 113.30 W. Long before, we shall have consumed The Feast in urban settings, thereby consummating the Auld Licht Agenda begun consule Planco. Orate pro nobis. {Ω3}

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GQP ΩϮρ = Mzρ \ GQ ·················· ·················> PϮQp = MQp \ GQp
(zp) 5/1/84 8/28/91
p= Nzp \ GQp Ip = Bzp \ GQp (Qp)
(Qp/Zp) 9/2/00 ⇣ 5/1/2006 X~p=Gzp \ GQp
vQp = NQp \ GQp → Ωp = B(1)p \ GQp ·················· ·················> P1Qp = BQp \ GQp

Zephaniah 1:18}##}The Revisionists are utilizing their Hirelings helots to cut through the AES algorithm (Rijndael) as though it were beurre de Charentes-Poitou. The Arbella nearly fell within the aegis of the Lutine Bell due to lack of adequate filtration. The Little Orphan Children have therefore had recourse to the Local Yokel Pig Pond-scum (παλίμπρατος--cf., Philo, 2-523), which may be accessed with impunity.

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Ad Artwork

The background of the ad is composed of two maps. The top half is a map of London. Google Map Westminster Abbey and St. George's Cathedral can be seen to the left and right of the 6th Luther stamp.

The bottom half is a map of Cape Town, South Africa. Google Map It appears to be centered on Signal Hill.

There are four postage stamps with nautical themes, one in each outer boxed section.

  • Luther (Top): 1973 Bulgarian stamp featuring a sailing ship with face value 2 ст. Stamp Info
  • Cromwell (Right): 1958 Ifni stamp featuring boats with face value 50+ 10CTS. Ifni was a Spanish province on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, south of Agadir and across from the Canary Islands. Issued for Stamp Day on November 23, 1958.
  • Gustavus Adolphus (Bottom): 1986 Cambodian stamp featuring a sailing ship with face value .80 riel.
  • Luther (Left): 1969 Polish stamp commemorating the 28,000 mile journey of yachtsman Leonid Teliga in his yawl "Opty." He passed through Panama on his way to Tahiti in September 1967. Stamp info

In the central section of the ad, 7 Martin Luther stamps are arranged in the form of a cross. This stamp was issued on November 11, 1983 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther's birth. The stamp design was based on a 1533 portrait of Luther by Lucas Cranach. The stamp has face value of 20 cents. Stamp info

The diagram below the Luther stamps is an Ewald Sphere, a geometric construction used in electron, neutron, and X-ray crystallography which demonstrates the relationship between:

  • The wavevector of the incident and diffracted x-ray beams,
  • The diffraction angle for a given reflection,
  • The reciprocal lattice of the crystal

It was conceived by Paul Peter Ewald, a German physicist and crystallographer. Ewald himself spoke of the "sphere of reflection." The smaller overlapping sphere may be an orientation sphere, which shows the correct orientation of rays to diffract. Wikipedia

Below the Ewald Sphere is an image of a hand holding a globe.

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Leitmotiv: "Constantine's accession turned prophesy into history."

This quote is drawn from "Christianity and the Transformation of the Book: Origen, Eusebius, and the Library of Caesarea," a 2006 book published by Anthony Grafton and Megan Hale Williams. Google Books

A final point has to do with the world outside Eusebius' library. It seems likely that his elegant books served a particular purpose in the economy of relations between Caesarea and its emperor. When Eusebius drafted the Chronicle, its vision of all history culminating in the Roman Empire was only an alluring prophecy—at least from the Christian standpoint. But Constantine's accession turned prophecy into history. By making special books that drew on his scholarly efforts to celebrate Constantine's achievement and to serve his needs, Eusebius won the interest and gratitude of his ruler. Scholarship enabled him to attain the results that effective eloquence—which he also possessed—had won for the provincial elites of earlier centuries.

Eusebius of Caesarea was a Greek historian of Christianity during the Constantinian period of Rome. A favorite of Constantine, Eusebius wrote the Chronicle, a groundbreaking work that provided chronological tables from the earliest times of the Roman Empire up to the reign of Constantine. The Chronicle was published around 325 A.D. He also wrote frequently about the historical importance and accomplishments of his emperor, further cementing his place as a favored scholar and supporting the legacy of his ruler.

Ad References


  • Mutatis mutandis - a Medieval Latin phrase meaning "the necessary changes having been made" or "once the necessary changes have been made". In the law, Mutatis mutandis can be interpreted to mean "necessary changes in details, such as names and places, will be made but everything else will remain the same." Wikipedia
  • le bout de porc - the butt or end of pork
  • Auld Licht - Scots for "old light." A member of the conservative party in the Church of Scotland in the latter part of the 18th century. The Auld Lichts, both Burgher and Antiburgher, believed that the church and state should be connected. The Auld Lichts were more Calvinist, while the New Licht faction was more theologically liberal. Wikipedia
  • consule Planco - Latin for "In the consulship of Plancus." Lucius Munatius Plancus was a Roman senator who became consul in 42 BC. He is considered a classic historical example of a man who manages to survive very dangerous circumstances by constantly shifting his allegiances. Horace used the phrase "consule Planco" in book III of his Odes, as a metaphor for "the good old days." Full translation
My greying hair softens a spirit eager
for arguments and passionate fights:
I’d not have endured it in my hot youth, while
Plancus was Consul.
  • beurre de Charentes-Poitou - French for "butter from Charentes-Poitou." It is a cream-coloured, 82% butterfat, easy-to-spread butter made from pasteurized cream. Its production is highly regulated, and the butter must be eaten within 48 hours of production. It was the first butter to get an AOC designation. Cook's Info
  • י‎ה‎ד‎ה‎ - Hebrew. This is the tetragrammaton, YHWH, the four-letter Biblical name of the God of Israel.


  • THE REPUBLIC GHENT - Ghent is a city in the Flemish region of Belgium.
  • 47.9N., 9.32E - These coordinates lead to a rural area in Ostrach, Germany, off the L280, between the cities of Ochsenbach and Denkingen.
  • 46.63 N., 113.30 W. - These coordinates lead to western Montana, off Cow Creek Road in Granite County. Granite County was named after the Granite Mountain Silver Mine. Google Maps

Religious References

  • Micah: 1:4- "The mountains will melt under him and the valleys will split apart, like wax in the presence of fire and like water gushing down a steep incline."
  • Zephaniah 1:18 - "Neither their silver nor their gold will deliver them in the Day of the LORD's wrath; but the entire land will be consumed by the fire of his jealousy, for he will bring the inhabitants of the land to a sudden end."

Historical References

The Lutine Bell Inside Lloyd's of London Headquarters
  • 477th Celebration of the Confessio Augustana - June 25, 2007.
  • Lutine Bell - The Lutine (later HMS Lutine) was a frigate which served in both the French Navy and the Royal Navy. Launched in 1779, the Lutine passed into British hands in 1793. In 1799, it sank off the Dutch coast while carrying a large shipment of gold, which was never fully recovered. The ship's bell was salvaged and preserved by Lloyd's of London, who use it for ceremonial purposes at their headquarters. It was traditionally struck when a ship was overdue—one time for a lost ship (bad news) and two times for a ship's return (good news). Lloyd's stopped using the bell regularly in 1989 after it developed a crack, but now ring on only two occasions: the death of a royal, or a large disaster. The bell is engraved "ST. JEAN -1799."Wikipedia
  • παλίμπρατος--cf., Philo, 2-523

Scientific and Mathematic References

  • 16 CFR § 801(b)(1)(ii)
  • AES algorithm (Rijndael) - The Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), also known by its original name—Rijndael—is a specification for the encryption of electronic data established by the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2001. AES is a subset of the Rijndael cipher, a family of ciphers with different key and block sizes. The algorithm described by AES is a symmetric-key algorithm, meaning the same key is used for both encrypting and decrypting the data. Wikipedia


  • VHTR
  • E.A.R. PART 743.2 - The Export Administration Regulations