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  • The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland has kicked off on Monday with a number of top-tier leaders absent. US President Joe Biden is skipping this year’s gathering, along with French President Emmanuel Macron, and new British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Russian President Vladimir Putin is also passing on the event, along with the entire Russian business elite, which has been forced off the guest list by Ukraine-related sanctions. Chinese leader Xi Jinping and Chinese businessmen will also miss the forum following the aftershocks of a recent spike in Covid-19 cases and troubles on the domestic stock market, which saw some $224 billion erased last year from the fortunes of China’s wealthiest people. Of the Group of Seven (G7) leaders, only German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is set to attend Davos this year, along with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.


  • A major 1.17 billion ruble (more than $17 million) fine has been imposed on US tech giant Apple for violating Russia’s anti-monopoly legislation, the country’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) announced on Tuesday. The fine stems from a ruling made last July, when the watchdog found the company in breach of local laws with its AppStore rules, which have been forcing developers to use only the payment system provided by the company itself. “App Store rules prohibited iOS app developers from informing in-app customers about the possibility to pay for purchases outside of the App Store, as well as from using alternative payment methods. The company demanded that developers remove links to their own Internet sites and change the functionality of the application to prevent registration forms from leading to external sites,” the FAS explained in a statement.


  • [ Read Critically ] India is fed up with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and for good reason. Gates’ partnership product Covishield has some deadly side effects. India is convinced and they’re seeking the death penalty.


  • Scientists in France have created a way to divert lightning strikes using a weather-controlling super laser. Researchers with the Polytechnic Institute of Paris guided the strikes from thunderclouds to places where they don’t cause damage. The team says the new technique could save power stations, airports, launchpads, and other buildings from disaster. The system creates a virtual lightning rod, metal conductors that intercept flashes and guide their currents into the ground.


  • The red-headed man wearing what looks like the ultimate Christmas sweater walks up to the camera. A yellow quadrant surrounds him. Facial recognition software immediately identifies the man as … a giraffe? This case of mistaken identity is no accident — it’s literally by design. The sweater is part of the debut Manifesto collection by Italian startup Cap_able. As well as tops, it includes hoodies, pants, t-shirts and dresses. Each one sports a pattern, known as an “adversarial patch,” designed by artificial intelligence algorithms to confuse facial recognition software: either the cameras fail to identify the wearer, or they think they’re a giraffe, a zebra, a dog, or one of the other animals embedded into the pattern. “When I’m in front of a camera, I don’t have a choice of whether I give it my data or not,” says co-founder and CEO, Rachele Didero. “So we’re creating garments that can give you the possibility of making this choice. We’re not trying to be subversive.”


  • Temperatures in the world’s coldest city have plunged to minus 50 degrees Celsius (minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit). The city of Yakutsk in east Siberia, widely identified as one of the coldest places in the world, has seen an abnormally long cold snap. January is its coldest month and, although they’re accustomed to freezing temperatures, residents in the remote region are taking extra precautions to keep warm. Layering, according to another resident selling frozen fish at a local market, was the key. “Just dress warmly. In layers, like a cabbage,” she said. The yakuts they are so used to this extreme life that, only when the thermometer reaches -45ºC, classes are suspended in schools. Instead, adults continue their working life without alterations.


  • Klaus Schwab, author of The Fourth Industrial Revolution and COVID-19: The Great Reset, has controlled the WEF since its founding in 1971. “Klaus has been at the helm of the WEF for 52 years. When he was born, 122 of the 195 states in the world right now did not even exist,” the group said. “He is completely unaccountable to anyone inside and outside the organisation.” “There isn’t much of a future for the WEF beyond Klaus not just because there isn’t a clear successor,” they wrote, “but also because his managing board is such a viper’s nest that senior leadership will be at each other’s throats the moment the old man pops off.”


  • The US House Committee on Oversight and Accountability is investigating millions of dollars in anonymous donations from China to the University of Pennsylvania and the Penn Biden Center amid an ongoing review by the DOJ of President Joe Biden’s alleged mishandling of classified documents during his tenure as Vice President. “Today, House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer is calling on University of Pennsylvania President M. Elizabeth Magill to provide information about anonymous Chinese donations to UPenn and the Penn Biden Center,” the press office of Chairman James Comer said on Wednesday. “The Committee has learned UPenn received millions of dollars from anonymous Chinese sources, with a marked uptick in donations when then-former Vice President Biden was announced as leading the Penn Biden Center initiative.”


  • Microsoft Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella said on Wednesday that the company will cut 10,000 jobs or nearly 5% of its workforce in the third quarter of 2023 to align its cost structure with its revenue. “[W]e will align our cost structure with our revenue and where we see customer demand. Today, we are making changes that will result in the reduction of our overall workforce by 10.000 jobs through the end of FY23 Q3. This represents less than 5 percent of our total employee base, with some notifications happening today,” Nadella said in a memorandum to Microsoft employees filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At the same time, Microsoft will continue to hire and invest in “strategic areas” to provide for its long-term competitiveness, the memorandum said.


  • Organizers of the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos have disputed claims by tech mogul Elon Musk that he was invited to this year’s meeting. In December, Musk tweeted: “I was invited to WEF, but declined,” elaborating in another Twitter thread a few days later that he did so not because he “thought they were engaged in diabolical scheming, but because it sounded boring af lol.” Forum spokesman Yann Zopf, however, clarified on Tuesday that the last time Musk was sent an invitation was in 2015. “Musk never registered for any annual meeting in Davos,” Zopf added. The annual gathering of the world’s rich and powerful at the Swiss resort was launched on January 16 and is expected to end on January 20.


  • Pop star Madonna has been asked by the mayor of the French city of Amiens to temporarily return a painting she purchased at an auction years ago. Pointing out that she does not dispute the legality of Madonna’s acquisition – Madonna bought it at an auction in 1989 for $1.3 million – the mayor, Brigitte Foure, asked the singer to lend the painting to Amiens for an exhibit in 2028, the year the city intends to vie for the title of the European Capital of Culture. Foure suggested in a video shared on social media that the painting – which depicts Roman Goddess Diana and shepherd Endymion – may be the work of French neoclassical painter Jerome-Martin Langlois and created in the early 19th century. However, it seems unclear whether Madonna’s copy is the original or a replica. Originally commissioned by French King Louis XVIII, the original painting was displayed in the Louvre before being loaned to the Fine Art Museum in Amiens in 1872. It was later declared missing during World War I.


  • Venus and Saturn are on a visual crash course, and you can watch the planets make their close approach all this week. The two planets are, of course, more than 800 million miles (nearly 130 million kilometers) apart on average, so there’s no chance of them literally colliding. But their orbits will make them seem like they might from the vantage point of skywatchers here on Earth. Starting Wednesday (Jan. 18), the planets will begin their close approach toward one another. About 45 minutes after sunset, look to the northwest sky, close to the horizon, and you’ll spot the two planets. Venus will be substantially brighter than Saturn — it’s the third brightest celestial body in the sky, after the sun and the moon.
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​Sarduri II

The Assyrian king Sarduri II (722 BC-705 BC) wears a helmet crowned with the Fleur-de-lis, symbolizing divinity and rulership and a trinity of gods. Note the symbolism of the number 3, encoded in the Tree of Life. The ruler is portrayed standing in front of the Tree of Life, with the Fleur-de-lis encoded as the tree’s base, symbolizing immortality, a trinity, and divine resurrection.

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Gilgamesh was not searching for life eternal on Earth, as has been suggested as the theme of the Epic, but was instead searching for the means of transport to return to his goddess mother Ninsun’s home planet in the heavens.

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Forbidden History

16 gen CIA Report of June 20, 1945. Hitler transported to Argentina.

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Oak Island

Many historians suggest that the Knights Templar story is associated with the famous treasure hunt on Oak Island, Nova Scotia.

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