Sunday, January 15, 2012

Addendum to the Costa Concordia tragedy

My friend David tells me that up to 1995, the flag and seal of Tuscany featured a Pegasus but after that time the omega was added to it's tail...


  1. Look at the gritty 5. photo (full width) featuring 57-year-old Manrico Giampedroni. He's posing in front of a sculpture of the "Sfera con sfera" series by Arnaldo Pomodoro.

    I wonder if that picture was taken on that ship.



  2. Ah the ball sculpture at the Vatican... hmmmmmmmm
    Thanks Deckard!

  3. ‎32 people died from the accident counting the loss of the boat makes it 33. 21 dead bodies found and 11 missing. French Philosopher Claude of Saint-Martin's say's "the number 21 (numerology) is the number of destruction or rather of universal termination, because, as 2 is separated from 1, it is necessary that it has a means of to unite there if it wants it. This number shows at the same time the command of the production of things as well as their destruction in both a spiritual and corporal sense." The Number11 represents individual initiative and interior fight or rebellion, exercising without relationship to cosmic harmony the number of sin. The name Costa Concordia means ("coast" to skirt, to go around the sides or border) ("concord" harmony, agreement, treaty) to skirt or go around the harmony or treaty. In Scottish Rite masonry there are 32 earned degrees and the 33rd is an honorary degree. So we will say the boat is honorary for its service to the people. The ship went down on January 13 2012 or Friday the 13th.