Writing a thesis is always a tricky enterprise and a real challenge. For art history students, this venture is made even more complex. In their theses, they not only have to translate visual information into the verbal form, but also analyze one’s perception of their study object in the broad cultural and historical context. Moreover, you should do all that in accordance with specific requirements for the art history thesis. Let’s inspect these elements one by one.
- As a quintessential piece of American literature, Catcher in the Rye has been studied time and time again, looking at themes, setting, characterization, and, most importantly, symbolism.
The ancient nations knew and respected the Druids and many people, in search of truth, flocked to their colleges.
Even though the mythmongers could not resist incorporating the symbolism of the ancient Druids and Amenists, it was not of their own making.
Although many ridiculous explanations regarding this strange symbol have been proffered forth through the years, we believe the emblem represents the age old Scythian-Hyksos, or Scythian-Atonist alliance, that is the ancient confederation of Gaels from Europe with Egyptians of Lower Egypt, as mentioned in early Irish chronicles.
Even a sensible observer like Michael Viney agreed that
the snakes 'could actually have been a metaphor for the pagan druids and the symbol of
their rival religion' - Bob Quinn (The Atlantean Irish)
Because Atonism is the root both of Judeo-Christianity and Freemasonry, it does not surprise us to see Masonic Orders such as the Knights Templar employing symbolism that connotes Scythians and Setian-Atonists.
In Genesis2:16, God commanded Adam, "Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freelyeat:; (17) but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shaltnot eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surelydie." In Genesis 3 the serpent makes an appearance, which the Bible tellsus is a symbol of Satan, but is really another creator God.
The Amorites were then augmented by the Philistines, who also brought to Syria hitherto unknown Nordic ship designs, with axe and trefoil as the stem symbols - ibid
Suddenly, around 2400 B.C., there appear reliefs of men with fair skin, reddish blond hair and blue eyes, those blond Libyans of whom Pausanias later reports.
The Night Lords' is not only commonly adorned in images of their Legion, and symbols of death such as trophy racks, spikes, spiked armor, and numerous skulls of all sizes, but also a peculiar form of imagery that occurs on each and every Night Lord Chaos Space Marine's armour. The Night Lords' night blue armor is alive with a mysterious network of lightning bolts that constantly play across their armour when in combat. Whether artificial, a curse, or something else, this lightning is a signature of the imagery of the lords of night and terrorises their foes in the ink blackness of the night.
Even before they turned to Chaos, the Night Lords adorned their armour with the imagery of death. They know fear can be used as a weapon just as effectively as a or , and revel in the twisted anatomies that the powers of Chaos sometimes lavish upon them. It is common to see the Night Lords adorned with malefic symbols -- fanged skulls, bat-like wings and glowing red eyes all feature heavily upon the battle-plate of these murderous Traitors.
We find ourselves in complete agreement with this statement and cannot forget that the inaccurate "history" of the early Irish was concocted by their destroyers and colonizers:
The relocation of the sacred symbols of ancient Judaism
denotes the physical relocation of the Judites or Atonists from the Middle
East to Europe.
(The Union Jack is in fact a symbol of the Union of Jacob.) The empire's founders and maintainers have unleashed untold mayhem for centuries and have caused unfathomable suffering throughout the world.
He almost single-handedly rid Nostramo of its culture of crime and predation, using terror as a weapon to crush the planet's ruling criminal syndicates and their corrupt overseers. He then re-established the rule of law under his own draconian leadership, and was revered by the Nostraman people as a benevolent and just dictator. Curze's hunter instincts, instinctive use of stealth, dependence upon the element of surprise, and extensive reliance upon a form of psychological warfare that devastated his opponents by using their own fear against them were also traits of the VIII that had been created from his genome. Even before the Horus Heresy, the Night Lords decorated their with symbols of death, realizing that fear was a weapon as effective as any or .