the velvet revolution in 1988 to 1989
By Henryk Szubinski
5th freedoom of knowledge moovement
the 7th framework Chordis7
opened the basic routes through western Germany and the Vienna of which the crown of many a Vienesee emepror took to hold the title of emperor
The basics of the relations of Prague where the Velvet revolution began is a basic VERY HIGH CULTURAL MOTIF or JEWEL of LUXURY as seen through the eyes of the surrounding neighbouring nations of which Vienna is also known of as a type VELVET under covering to display the motif of all its ritches by the matterials used to such grade of craftsmanship that the ALCHEMIST ALLEY was known as a type Corridoor that existed between theese nations based on the Velevt materials and their very high quality..
To appreciate this It is necessary to see the types of materials used in the presentations of their objectives placed on such pedestals of power and beauty: being 3 or more times more beautiful than the objects themselves: the Jewels gained a higher reference to the types of environments made to public display of the types of environments of castle life and its inhabitatnts in a short yet powerfull statement of very high Ritches..
.There would be Velvet on the floors, velvet on the door paddings and velvet on all of the furniture as well as the representative of tables and pedestals:To define the types of welcoming ceremonies Theese representations of power were reserved for the bypassers through Eouropes capitals of emperor and king rule..
To have the right of passage through a turbulent Eourope and to have enough infuence in the nature of politics; the guests of such great nations and their capitols of power, were invited to appreciate and to live amongst the great palaces and their many sculpural masterpieces…Being as such the velvet and the placement of jewels IT IS A invitation to try on the Jewels and to be shown the greatness and immensity of the GUEST AND THE GUIDE through what is a open Eourope and a Eourope of ones origin be it EU 20 or EU 22 , the basis of such great craftsmanship is based on the TOUR DE FORCE and remains as such a Force of the <GUEST BEING GUIDED through the greatness of EOUROPE in its old and in its new LOOK as a Eouropean union and its many ritches..
Among the most important regalia of the Austrian Empire are the following:
- The Crown of Rudolf II, later Crown of the Austrian Empire, (made by Jan Vermeyen in Prague in 1602). It is made of pure gold, partially enamelled and studded with diamonds, rubies, spinel rubies, sapphires, pearls, and cushioned with velvet.
a tour de force gives freedoom of moovement without any appending problems and is part of the general basis of PRAGUE being the cause of the Eouropean Union
tour de force http://img.tfd.com/m/sound.swf
[French : tour, turn, feat + de, of + force, strength.]
tour de force French [tur də fɔrs (English) ˈtʊə də ˈfɔːs]
|Noun||1.||tour de force – a masterly or brilliant feat|