Saturday, July 9, 2016
The Day Of The Dawn Is Knowing Will Simpson And A Real.Eyes Off The Sleeve To Say In That Gift; just breathe for that is more than glide as that locale has a Corner from Old Pass?? Well in today it gives a note.able to Wares as the Goods in Where to Waltz!!!
Whom is running on the Field??,
is the Owl of a fact the Practiced or the Tune??,
does Beyonce know??,
It is the pleasure of the pause to bring an envelope on the Opening off act??,
or is it the leader.shipping News??,
that would be a letter to the classical which is,
eh slash for the bunkers or is the fax a dial.lean??
A Cue to Know that Cecil Williams is not a Diamond in the Ruff,
he is an emerald of the highest hip,
poetic to the scene,
grace of all ways.
I looked at a write,
it said to familiar that dreams are very nice however reality should not just be an overlook,
it is the calm of direction to be that family of bringing cents,
now what is the choice to whom I would further Brad Pitt,
The depth of My Grandfather with a Ross.Stir is An Address,
330 Ellis Street,
The Number Won is The Call or The Ring??,
its the basis of their are Coins,
San Francisco has a Mint,
now be wisdom and know the Tale.lore on a real dream come true,
its the cast!!!
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The culture of Guam reflects traditional Chamorro customs in a combination of indigenous pre-Hispanic forms, as well as American, Filipino, Spanish and Mexican traditions. The Chamorro people have lived on the Micronesian island of Guam for nearly 4000 years, and have cuisine, dance, fashion, games, language, music, and songs of their own.
The island’s original community is of Chamorro natives who have inhabited Guam for almost 4000 years. They had their own language akin to the languages of Indonesia and Philippines. The Spanish later called them Chamorros, a derivative of the local word Chamurre (meaning of Chamorri is "noble race"). They began to grow rice on the island. Western people came to the island from the 16th century and wrote about the culture of these people. Many scientists (including ethnologists, doctors, botanists, archeologists) came to Guam from Spain, Russia, France to study from the 1700s, apart from Spanish governors who had written on the local people. Many of their collections are now in the Guam Museum.
Early navigators and missionaries described the aboriginal inhabitants of Guam. The men wore their hair loose or coiled in a knot on top of the head, though there are also records of the men shaving the head, with the exception of a section about a finger long, which they left on the crown. Some of them were bearded. They also wore hats called akgak made out of pendanus plant. Carrying a carved walking stick was a style among young men. Men built houses and canoes and fished, hunted birds, fruit bats and crabs, and grew their own crops.
Women's hair was worn long, touching the ground. The lower half covering of the women was a small apron-like garment made of the inner bark of a tree. They also wore a top called the tifi made out ofgunot while men remained bare-chested due to hot climatic conditions. The women occupied themselves with weaving baskets, mats, and hats of pandanus leaves, and doing other necessary work about the house. Women decorated themselves with flowers and belts made of coconuts as jewelry over their skirts and also a head dress made of tortoise shells. Women took care of the domestic chores, but were also involved in fishing in reefs and collecting breadfruit called dokdok from the forest. 
Before marriage, it was customary for young men to live in concubinage with young women, whom they purchased from their parents by presents. Frequently a number of young men and young women would live together in a large public, house, as is the custom among theIgorot of Luzon. After marriage, a husband contented himself with one wife, and a wife with one husband, at a time. Divorces were noted as being frequent, with the children and the household property staying with the wife.
Festivals were celebrated with the men and women collecting in separate groups, forming semi-circles. They would sing and chant their legends and fables. Sometimes these songs would be sung with treble, contralto, and falsetto singers in a three-part harmony. The songs were accompanied by certain gestures and movements of the body. Women used rattles and castanets made of shells to create music.
Historically, the people of Guam were known to be superstitious. They venerated the bones of their ancestors, keeping the skulls in their houses in small baskets, and practicing incantations before them when it was desired to attain certain objects. The spirits of the dead were called aniti, and were supposed to dwell in the forests, often visiting the villages, causing bad dreams and having especial sway over the fisheries. People dying a violent death went to a place called Zazarraguan. Those dying a natural death were said to have gone to a subterranean paradise containing coconut groves and banana plantations, as well as sugar cane and other fruits.
Dominican Sisters, Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Guam Buddhism Society, Muslim Association of Guam, and the Redemptoris MaterSeminary are religious institutions present in modern-day Guam. Ancestral worship is still mentioned.
Historically, the inhabitants of Guam ate fish, fowls, rice, breadfruit, taro, yams, bananas, coconuts, used in several dishes. They cooked by means of heated stones in a heated pit, much like the method used by the modern Polynesians. The principal plants introduced by the missionaries were maize, tobacco, oranges, lemons, limes, pineapples, cashew nuts, peanuts, egg plants, tomatoes, and several species of Annona, besides a number of leguminous vegetables and garden herbs. Coffee and cacao were introduced later.
The modern-day cuisine of Guam is fusion of those of the indigenous tribes of Chamorro, the Philippines, Pacific Islanders, Asians and whites. Spanish colonialism lasting 200 years also has a strong influence on the cuisine blended with the present American influence. Some of the popular dishes are the Chorizo Breakfast Bowl, the Jamaican Grill, red rice as side dish cooked with red seeds of the achiote tree, and a Filipino-inspired dessert called the Banana Lumpia. P. mariannus mariannus is a feature of traditional Chamorro cuisine.Other local ingredients in Guam's cuisine include fresh fish, such as tuna, as well as breadfruit, coconut, papaya, taro, and yams.Chicharrón, Guyuria, Roskette, and Kalamai are typical dishes.
Historically, Chamorro houses were raised on wooden posts or pillars of stone (called latte), and thatched with palm leaves. Their boats were kept in pillar-supported sheds near the water. The latte stones are stone pillars built integral to every house on the Guam island and also in all other Marianas islands. The latte stone houses built length wise were narrow with a rising roof with long rafters. The rafters were extended to the ground level and buried in the ground as a protection against cyclonic winds. Hardwood (of ifil or seeded breadfruit trees or palo maria) formed the main framework of the houses with woven palm leaves covering the sides. The flooring was made of wood from betel nut trees or of split bamboo. Usually the kitchen was made as a separate house.  Most of the 180 or so villages in Guam were mostly destroyed during the Spanish-Chamorro war between 1670 and 1695, and only the latte from 20 houses still remain, where remnants of pottery, shell tools and stone are scattered.In modern times the latte stone has become a symbol of Chamorro identity and concrete lattes have been fashioned into new buildings, while actual latte stones can be seen incorporated into residential landscaping.
Chamorro pottery is a local ceramic art form which according to archaeological finds dates back to more than 3,000 years. Items were in the form of domestic kitchen ware were handcrafted with geometric designs with lime impressions. During the Latte Period (800 AD–1521 AD), ceramics were made with red clay mixed with volcanic sand. These were decorated on the surface along the rim but were smaller in size compared to the pre-Latte ware. They were also designed with a round or cone-shaped base with small openings to facilitate cooking. However, during the Spanish colonial rule this craft was discontinued and imported ceramics came to be used. In the mid-1960s, the University of Guam has promoted this form of craft work, and it is now a specialized art form of Guam.
Painting is a recent practice which has evolved in Guam since the 1980s. Guam International Airport has one of the largest collection of paintings by local artists on display at the arrival and departure gates, as does the business college of the University of Guam. Some of the murals done by painter Sal Bidaure are a two-story level mural on the Bank of Hawaii and another that is done on the concrete retaining wall near the Hilton hotel. Contemporary paintings by many artists are seen in many prominent buildings throughout the island. Some of the well-known contemporary artists are Mark Dell’Isola, Vivian Chargulaf, Monica Baza and Ric R. Castro.
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IMPORTANT FOR SELF CALENDAR TO THE ODDITY OF THIS SPECIFIC REACH: I posted this on my google plus before I added the year in thought 1012 B.C. to this Year of 2016. The date of public post to google plus: July 7th, 2016 at the approximate time on my acer 8:43 a.m.!! For exact time contact google directly. This is a note to show accountability and not be ignorant to 'the cause' for me adding the year b.c. and a.d. to arrive at Titan A.E.!! Oddly the Movie was exact to date. All else is in the open pen of written!! https://plus.google.com/
IMPORTANT FOR SELF CALENDAR TO THE ODDITY OF THIS SPECIFIC REACH: I posted this on my google plus before I added the year in thought 1012 B.C. to this Year of 2016. The date of public post to google plus: July 7th, 2016 for exact time on the clock of posted to google plus contact google. Although that is their discretion this is to show a timeline of event.
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11th century BC
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The 11th century BC comprises all years from 1100 BC to 1001 BC. Although many human societies were literate in this period, some of the individuals mentioned below may be apocryphal rather than historically accurate.
- 1089 BC: Melanthus, legendary King of Athens, dies after a reign of 37 years and is succeeded by his son Codrus.
- 1069 BC: Ramses XI dies, ending the Twentieth Dynasty. He is succeeded by Smendes I, who founds the Twenty-first Dynasty.
- 1068 BC: Codrus, legendary King of Athens, dies in battle against Dorian invaders after a reign of 21 years. Athenian tradition considers him the last King to have held absolute power. Modern historians consider him the last King whose life account is part ofGreek mythology. He is succeeded by his son Medon.
- 1050 BC: Philistines capture the Ark of the Covenant from Israel in battle. (Approximate date)
- 1048 BC: Medon, King of Athens, dies after a reign of 20 years and is succeeded by his son Acastus.
- 1046 BC: King Wu of Zhou overthrows the last Shang Dynasty King Di Xin and becomes first king of the Zhou Dynasty (1046 BC—256 BC) founded by his father King Wen of Zhou.
- 1044 BC: On the death of Smendes I, king of Egypt, he is succeeded by two co-regents, Psusennes I and Neferkare Amenemnisu.
- 1042 BC: King Cheng of Zhou succeeds King Wu as ruler of the Zhou Dynasty in China,
- 1039 BC: Neferkare Amenemnisu, king of Egypt, dies.
- c. 1020 BC: Destruction of Troy VIIb2.
- 1026 BC: Saul the King becomes the first king of the Israelites, according to the Books of Samuel.
- 1020 BC: King Kang of Zhou succeeds King Cheng as ruler of the Zhou Dynasty in China.
- 1012 BC: Acastus, King of Athens, dies after a reign of 36 years and is succeeded by his son Archippus.
- 1003 BC: David succeeds Saul the King.
- 1000s BC: Earliest evidence of farming in the Kenya highlands.
- c. 1000 BC: Latins arrive in Italy.
- c. 1000 BC: Archaeological evidence obtained from inscriptions excavated in 2005 dates the Tamil language, a classical language spoken in India.
- 1000s BC: Phoenician alphabet invented.