TAR is RAT its means we are close to the Tartan 32 Skull n Bones 3,6,9 Tesla Scottish Rights POP event
the last 1'700 yrs is a reset timeloop over and over again before that time lines flowed smoothly its all in preparation so we dont pass through the final gates NOW it wont be possible to do anymore time loops this time those that dont get it manifest underworld permanently for a whole cycle of 26 000 yrs this is the final curtain countdown and then those ready filter through into the twin peaks
TATATA... TA.. TIT for TAT RAT TRAP the final POP is The Tat Aryans final curtain....The Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125, is the final complete symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, composed between 1822 and 1824. It was first performed in Vienna on 7 May 1824. One of the best-known works in common practice music, it is regarded by many critics and musicologists as one of Beethoven's greatest works and one of the supreme achievements in the history of western music. In the 2010s, it stands as one of the most performed symphonies in the world.
The symphony was the first example of a major composer using voices in a symphony (thus making it a choral symphony). The words are sung during the final (4th) movement of the symphony by four vocal soloists and a chorus. They were taken from the "Ode to Joy", a poem written by Friedrich Schiller in 1785 and revised in 1803, with text additions made by the Beethoven.
In 2001, Beethoven's original, hand-written manuscript of the score, held by the Berlin State Library, was added to the United Nations Memory of the World Programme Heritage list, becoming the first musical score so designated.
Joy, beautiful spark of Divinity [or: of gods], Daughter from Elysium, We enter, drunk with fire, Heavenly One, thy sanctuary! Your magic binds again What convention strictly divided;* All people become brothers,* Where your gentle wing abides.
Who has succeeded in the great attempt, To be a friend's friend, Whoever has won a lovely woman, Add his to the jubilation! Indeed, who even just has one soul To call his own in this world! And whoever never managed, he should steal away Crying from this union!
All creatures drink of joy At the nature's breasts. All Just Ones, all Evil Ones Follow her trail of roses. Kisses she gave us and grapevines, A friend, proven in death. Salaciousness was given to the worm And the cherub stands before God.
Gladly, like His suns fly through the heavens' grand plan Go on, brothers, your way, Joyful, like a hero to victory.
Be embraced, Millions! This kiss to all the world! Brothers, above the starry canopy There must dwell a loving Father. Are you collapsing, millions? Do you sense the creator, world? Seek him above the starry canopy! Above stars must He dwell.
beethoven's 9th TATATA TA ..... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yes8YOQnVQQ
Sunai Aicrag And the proverbial double-cross of the two T's."Coincidental", lol: Since the Second World War, it has sometimes been referred to as the "Victory Symphony". "V" is coincidentally also the Roman numeral character for the number five and the phrase "V for Victory" became well known as a campaign of the Allies of World War II. That Beethoven's Victory Symphony happened to be his Fifth (or vice versa) is coincidence. Some thirty years after this piece was written, the rhythm of the opening phrase – "dit-dit-dit-dah" – was used for the letter "V" in Morse code, though this is probably also coincidental. During the Second World War, the BBC prefaced its broadcasts to Europe with those four notes, played on drums." Victoria Cottonwood bravo well found V is 22 the last letter of the alphabet V for Victory is the final Alef TAV Alpha OMEGA is Libra/LIBER 777 Lucife
TART ARYAN TARTAN ART RAT RAP TRAP TARTARIAN TARZAN TARTAR TARTAN TARTARIC ACID I looked into it today... seemed too many you tubers at once ..So I Think its a 23 TARTAN DNA /DAN Strands 32 Scottish Rights 322 Skull n Bones BBC 223 TRAP The English word "tartan" is most likely derived from the French tartarin meaning "Tartar cloth In France english people are called ROS/ROSE BEEF Steak Tartare Benetton Flesh Mix UP maybe many of us disappear through the mirror, before we are Tartar Sauced Scottish Style and this is all preparation for the split POP coming those of us who have become Alchemists and those still trapped in dna flesh either we shall push them back into the Tartarus whence they are come, or they will bring us all into heaven").
Tartaric acid has been known to winemakers since the dawn of time. Written record of its extraction from wine-making residues was made circa 800 AD, by the alchemist Jābir ibn Hayyān. The chemical process for extraction was developed in 1769 by the Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Scheele.
Tartaric acid played an important role in the discovery of chemical chirality. This property of tartaric acid was first observed in 1832 by Jean Baptiste Biot, who observed its ability to rotate polarized light. Louis Pasteur continued this research in 1847 by investigating the shapes of sodium ammonium tartrate crystals, which he found to be chiral. By manually sorting the differently shaped crystals, Pasteur was the first to produce a pure sample of levotartaric acid.[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tartaric_acid
The English word "tartan" is most likely derived from the French tartarin meaning "Tartar cloth". It has also been suggested that "tartan" may be derived from modern Scottish Gaelic tarsainn, meaning "across". Today "tartan" usually refers to coloured patterns, though originally a tartan did not have to be made up of any pattern at all. As late as the 1830s tartan was sometimes described as "plain coloured ... without pattern". Patterned cloth from the Gaelic-speaking Scottish Highlands was called breacan, meaning many colours. Over time the meanings of tartan and breacan were combined to describe certain type of pattern on a certain type of cloth. The pattern of a tartan is called a sett. The sett is made up of a series of woven threads which cross at right angles.
Today tartan is generally used to describe the pattern, not limited to textiles. In North America the term plaid is commonly used to describe tartan. The word plaid, derived from the Scottish Gaelic plaide, meaning "blanket", was first used of any rectangular garment, sometimes made up of tartan, particularly that which preceded the modern kilt (see: belted plaid). In time, plaid was used to describe blankets themselves. For example in the German language the word is used as it is and in Hungarian it's adopted as pléd. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tartanhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTLOYxKb5eQ...