Posts Tagged ‘ladder’

Waterlogged Wood: Archaeologists Find 2,000-Year-Old Iron Age Wooden Ladder!

Nestled in the heart of Central Bedfordshire, England, is Field 44, a historical hot spot spanning from the Middle Iron Age to the late Roman period. Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Read Later  Source

A First of Its Kind – 8,500-Year-Old Wooden Ladder Found at Çatalhöyük

Turkey’s Çatalhöyük settlement, which developed between 7,500 BC and 6,400 BC, is often referred to as the world’s first, and oldest, metropolitan city, and for good reason.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

The Immovable Ladder: Bizarre Feud Prevents Ordinary Ladder Being Moved for 3 Centuries

The Immovable Ladder is an ordinary wooden ladder with an extraordinary history. It was placed under a window on the exterior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the Old City of Jerusalem and, due to a long-running feud, has remained there for close to three centuries. The Immovable Ladder has great symbolic value […]

Former FBI Agent: Bureau’s top brass climb ladder by Ideology, Not Merit

     “Go in and think like a liberal” was the advice two FBI agents gave Jonathan Gilliam prior to his taking an FBI entrance exam. Gilliam shared his anecdote during a Wednesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight with co-hosts Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak. Gilliam, a retired Navy SEAL and former FBI special agent, […]

Bottom of the housing ladder: UK families forced to live in deplorable housing conditions

     Carley Jones has seen the rent on her crumbling one-bedroom flat in Medway in Kent rise 40% in just three years, but she hasn’t got much for her money. A hole in her seven-year-old son’s bedroom wall lets in cold air so the heating is on non-stop. The plaster is coming away in the […]

Sound into Form: Cymatics Insights and the Sri Yantra

Brendan D. Murphy, GuestWaking Times It was Ernst Chladni (1756–1827), a German jurist, physicist, and musician now known as the Father of Acoustics, who had developed the precursor to Cymatics (to kyma, the wave; ta kymatika, matters pertaining to waves, wave matters.) in the early 1800s. Chladni repeated the pioneering experiments of Robert Hooke of Oxford […]

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