SEA of TRANQUILITY:the flute

WHAT IS THE LINK BETWEEN FLUTES AND THE MOON

on the deniability of the old systems by the technological revolution

By Henryk Szubinski

Europeiska flaggan
4 freedooms
the 5th freedoom of knowledge moovement
Chordis6
the 7th framework Chordis7
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On the basis of knowledge usage by the formats of relations with the moon as the types of representative similarities between the moon and the Eouropean continent as the basis of the salt deposits of old Eourope in its erly formations as NaCl2
and the basis for awareness of the chracteristics of salt as active in the cognitions functions of the permeability of the neuron connections and their related to H2O types 1,2,3 technolgy as the basis for knowledge in the old systems where flutes were used to define this type of permeability and the roles played by the Ancient Eouropeans and their situation as associative with the LUNAR CYCLES and subsequent colonisations of the MOON BY EOUROPEANS
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The oldest flute ever discovered may be a fragment of the femur of a juvenile cave bear, with two to four holes, found at Divje Babe in Slovenia and dated to about 43,000 years ago.

The authenticity of this fact, however, is often disputed.[2][3] In 2008 another flute dated back to at least 35,000 years ago was discovered in Hohle Fels cave near Ulm, Germany.[4] The five-holed flute has a V-shaped mouthpiece and is made from a vulture wing bone. The researchers involved in the discovery officially published their findings in the journal Nature, in August 2009.[5] The discovery is also the oldest confirmed find of any musical instrument in history.[6] The flute, one of several found, was found in the Hohle Fels cavern next to the Venus of Hohle Fels and a short distance from the oldest known human carving.[7] On announcing the discovery, scientists suggested that the “finds demonstrate the presence of a well-established musical tradition at the time when modern humans colonized Europe”.[8] Scientists have also suggested that the discovery of the flute may help to explain “the probable behavioural and cognitive gulf between” Neanderthals and early modern human.[6]

A three-holed flute, 18.7 cm long, made from a mammoth tusk (from the Geißenklösterle cave, near Ulm, in the southern German Swabian Alb and dated to 30,000 to 37,000 years ago)[9] was discovered in 2004, and two flutes made from swan bones excavated a decade earlier (from the same cave in Germany, dated to circa 36,000 years ago) are among the oldest known musical instruments.

Playable 9000-year-old Gudi (literally, “bone flute”), made from the wing bones of red-crowned cranes, with five to eight holes each, were excavated from a tomb in Jiahu[10] in the Central Chinese province of Henan.[11]

The earliest extant transverse flute is a chi () flute discovered in the Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng at the Suizhou site, Hubei province, China. It dates from 433 BC, of the later Zhou Dynasty. It is fashioned of lacquered bamboo with closed ends and has five stops that are at the flute’s side instead of the top. Chi flutes are mentioned in Shi Jing, compiled and edited by Confucius, according to tradition.

AS REGARDS THE MOTIVATIONS FOR THE FLUTE BEING A TRIBUTE OR COMMUNION WITH THE MOON THE ADVANCES MADE BY THE MOON ON EOUROPE THROUGHOUT THE DRY PERIODS OF THE MEDITARANIAN AND THE HUMAN VISITS TO THE MOON SOME BASIC SIMILARITIES ARE VISABLE IN HOW THE LANDSCAPE HAS CHANGED

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the similarities of the LUNAR SURFACE at mare tranqulium and the Check republic are apparent

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Mare Tranquillitatis (Latin for Sea of Tranquility) is a lunar mare that sits within the Tranquillitatis basin on the Moon. The mare material within the basin consists of basalt formed in the intermediate to young age group of the Upper Imbrian epoch. The surrounding mountains are thought to be of the Lower Imbrian epoch, but the actual basin is probably Pre-Nectarian. The basin has irregular margins and lacks a defined multiple-ringed structure. The irregular topography in and near this basin results from the intersection of the Tranquillitatis, Nectaris, Crisium, Fecunditatis, and Serenitatis basins with two throughgoing rings of the Procellarum basin. Palus Somni, on the northeastern rim of the mare, is filled with the basalt that spilled over from Tranquillitatis.

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MOST OF THE MEDITARANIAN was EARLY users of the flute due to the growth of early bamboo types that found their temeprature and water conditions in ealry EOUROPEAN history as the usable source for flutes why not eat it; well it would take perhaps a few strands of bamboo to make you full but it would take a couple of days just to coock it and then to eat it

>So someone figured out that to commune with the moon would make the chances of growing and eating REAL FOOD there could be a chance though slim, that the playing of the flute would bring FOOD ON THE TABLE for the player

well its a long time ago in the Early Eouropean musical formats that played its tributes to the LUNAR cycle just like you see when the moon rotates about EARTH

The thing is that theese flutes were the first of their kind and were made by the REED that was grown in the meditaranian

 several millenia ago

As far as i know this is one of the earliest types of human relations of music to the spacetime of the universe around our EARTH.

the songs of the ancient  flutes in the meditaranian tell of the times when dehydrations could be heard in the winds of change

.iT IS POSSIBLE THAT THE EARLY eOUROPEANS LEARNT TO ADAPT TO THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT BY THE USAGE OF THE FLUTE IN THE TELLING OF THE VARIOUS SALT ENVIRONMENTS OF THE MEDITARANIAN:AS its 4 states being similar to the types of WIZARD grades of old Earth knowledge and the hunting of wild animals by the chase into the large Mediteranian SEA SHELF in its depressed state or as some remnantce of animals which IF preserved could have supplied valuable nutrition in a time of dry salty winds , large fiery flames and water that was not drinkable as well as the earth which would be difficult to walk on without any foot wear.

This could have lead to the preservations of dry food for the cave men at the time as well as the

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Dolní Věstonice (often without diacritics as Dolni Vestonice) refers to an archaeological site near village Dolní Věstonice in the Czech Republic. The site is unique in that it has been a particularly abundant source of prehistoric artifacts (especially art) dating from the Gravettian period, which spanned roughly 27,000 to 20,000 B.C. In addition to functional gear, the artifacts found at Dolni Vestonice include carved representations of animals, men, women, personal ornaments, enigmatic engravings.

Particularly striking is a sculpture which may represent the first example of portraiture (i.e., representation of an actual person). This contrasts with the more highly abstracted and exaggerated styles of representation which were nearly universal until the dawn of high civilization. The figure, carved in mammoth ivory, is roughly three inches high. The subject appears to be a young man with heavy bone structure, thick, long hair reaching past his shoulders, and possibly the traces of a beard. Originally found in 1891, there was concern that the finding might be a hoax. However, particle spectrometry analysis conducted at the University of Kansas Space Technology Center placed the date of the carving (as opposed to the age of the mammoth ivory itself) at around 29,000 years ago.

The Dolní Věstonice artifacts also include some of the earliest examples of fired clay sculptures, including the Venus of Dolní Věstonice. The remains of a kiln have been uncovered. Thousands of clay figurines have been recovered, most of them shattered into fragments. One hypothesis is that these figurines had magical significance, and were intentionally fashioned from wet clay so that they would explode when fired.

One of the burials revealed a human female skeleton, ritualistically placed beneath a pair of mammoth scapulae, one leaning against the other. The bones and the earth surrounding it contained traces of red ocher, a flint spearhead had been placed near the skull and one hand held the body of a fox. This evidence indicates that this was the burial site of a shaman. This is the oldest site not only of ceramic figurines and artistic portraiture, but also of evidence of female shamans.

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In 1965, the Ranger 8 spacecraft crashed in Mare Tranquillitatis, after successfully transmitting 7,137 photographs of the Moon in the final 23 minutes of its mission. This mare also served as the landing site for the Apollo 11 lunar module, the first manned landing on the Moon. Upon shutting down his LEM, Astronaut Neil Armstrong radioed the Earth, “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.” The landing area at 0.8° N, 23.5° E has been designated Statio Tranquillitatis, and three small craters to the north of the base have been named Aldrin, Collins, and Armstrong in honor of the Apollo 11 astronauts.

ARE THERE ANY RELATED TO DATA ON WHEN EOUROPE WAS A DESERT AND WHAT STATE THE MOON WAS IN AT THAT TIME

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Map of Mare Tranquillitatis, showing the landing sites of Apollo 11, Apollo 17, Apollo 16, and Surveyor 5. To the southeast is Mare Fecunditatis, to the northeast is Mare Crisium, to the northwest is Mare Serenitatis, and to the south is Mare Nectaris.

This Mare has a slight bluish tint relative to the rest of the moon and stands out quite well when color is processed and extracted from multiple photographs. The color is likely due to higher metal content in the basaltic soil or rocks. [3]

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Map of Mare Tranquillitatis, showing the landing sites of Apollo 11, Apollo 17, Apollo 16, and Surveyor 5. To the southeast is Mare Fecunditatis, to the northeast is Mare Crisium, to the northwest is Mare Serenitatis, and to the south is Mare Nectaris.

 

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