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Michelangelo’s famous painting called “The Creation of Adam” is most famous for the space between the two fingers almost touching

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Bering Strait Tunnel and Inter-Continental Railway Proposed as Steps Toward Peace

The 49th 49/94/46/64 When I AM willy AM Tell Tale 64 and 46 Chromosomes

Normally, each cell in the human body has 23 pairs of chromosomes (46 total chromosomes). Half come from the mother; the other half come from the father. Two of the chromosomes (the X and the Y chromosome) determine your sex as male or female when you are born


The 49th state is disconnected from the continental United States, separated by several Canadian provinces, including the Yukon Territory and British Columbia at Alaska's Southeastern border. The U.S. Government purchased the Alaska Territory from Russia in 1867, and the vast region joined the Union in 1959.

Alaska covers 663,000 square miles (1.7 million square kilometers) of land, making it the largest state by landmass. While visiting Alaska, you could see eight national parks, incredible wildlife, and cover miles and miles without seeing another person. Alaska's population has fewer than 780,000 residents, making it the third least-populated state.


Russia is the largest country in the world, spanning an incredible 57.5 million square miles (148.9 million square kilometers) from Kaliningrad on Russia's west coast, to Franz Joseph Land, the northernmost Russian territory. Mainland Russia dominates the Eastern Hemisphere, stretching west through much of Eastern Europe and east into mainland Siberia and Northeast Asia. This gargantuan country's land borders 14 countries and even extends further east than countries in the Pacific Ocean like South Korea, Fiji and New Zealand.

Traveling between Russia and Alaska is a monumental challenge even today. The nearest points between mainland Alaska and Russia are the western tip of Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska and the Southern point of Cape Dezhnev in Russia — with a distance of roughly 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) between the two points.


Traveling between Russia and Alaska RA/AR is a monumental challenge even today. The nearest points between mainland Alaska and Russia are the western tip of Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska and the Southern point of Cape Dezhnev in Russia

with a distance of roughly 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) between the two points.

Carbis Bay Longitude latitude North West 50.1949° N, 5.4693° W 5/5

The G7 Summit, 2021 at Carbis Bay

BORIS small; battle glory; wolf Boris, Borys or Barys (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian: Борис; Belarusian: Барыс) is a male name of Bulgar origin, an extinct Oghur Turkic language.

Meaning: small; battle glory; wolf. Boris is a boy's name of Slavic origin. Derived from Barys, it means "small" or "battle glory." Boris may also stem from the Turkic word böri, meaning "wolf." If you want to inspire baby to be strong and fierce when facing challenges, Boris is an old-school name with lots of charm.

JB/BJ According to the Bible, Boaz and Jachin were two copper, brass or bronze pillars which stood on the porch of Solomon's Temple, the first Temple in Jerusalem. They are used as symbols in Freemasonry and sometimes in religious architecture.

Longitude Latitude 50.1949° N, 5.4693° W


Masons who have been passed to the degree of Fellow Craft will be acquainted with the two pillars that sat outside of King Solomon’s temple –

Jachin (in the South) and Boaz (in the North). A detailed description of the two twin pillars is given in 1 King 7 in the Bible. The pillars are described as being cast in bronze by the master craftsman Hiram (Hiram Abiff in Masonry) from Tyre and designed with roundish capitals adorned with networking, pomegranates and lily work. During the Fellow Craft degree, we come to understand that the pomegranates symbolize plenty, the networking – unity, and the lily work – peace. Interestingly, fruit (pomegranates), flowers (lilies) and an interconnected networked system (networking) are common elements within any healthy tree. In Hebrew the names of the two pillars can be understood roughly to mean:

1) Jachin – “He/it will establish”

2) Boaz – “In him/it [is] strength”.

Although, it should be noted, the definitive meaning and significance of these two words remains somewhat contested.

Twin, free-standing pillars have commonly been placed at the entrance of temples – going back at least to the ancient Egyptians (e.g. temple of Luxor). The Greeks had the legend of the two pillars of Hercules that are still represented today by the promontories that flank the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. Interestingly, Plato claimed the mystical island of Atlantis was beyond the pillars of Hercules. From ancient times, passing through two pillars was a sign of initiation or of a passing into the mysteries towards a grander purpose.

In ancient Egypt, the gods Horus and Set were regarded as twin living pillars who were builders and supporters of the heavens. Pillars were a way of joining heaven and earth and were often worshipped as gods. Pillars were understood as symbols of stability and the Egyptians described them as “the place of establishing forever”.

Although there are many opinions as to what the two pillars standing outside of King Solomon’s temple represented, there is broad agreement that the two pillars reflected some type of duality, or even the concept of dualism and division itself.

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Swallows God wits Paths Meet

Bar-tailed godwits can fly about 12,000 km at one time – further than any other known bird. This recent discovery excited ornithologists around the world

The bar-tailed godwit (Limosa lapponica) is a large and strongly migratory wader in the familyScolopacidae, which feeds on bristle-worms and shellfish on coastal mudflats and estuaries. It has distinctive red breeding plumage, long legs, and a long upturned bill. Bar-tailed godwits breed on Arctic coasts and tundra from Scandinavia to Alaska, and overwinter on coasts in temperate and tropical regions of Australia and New Zealand. The migration of the subspecies Limosa lapponica baueri across the Pacific Ocean from Alaska to New Zealand is the longest known non-stop flight of any bird, and also the longest journey without pausing to feed by any animal. The round-trip migration for this subspecies is over 29,000 km (18,020 mi

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