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MartinTower

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Armeno you could have called yourself a Mongol and let them conquer Europe. It is so stupid, a total waste of souls and energy this unended war.
 

Mjölnir

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I wonder if the Tigrano, after having been in Cyprus, managed to arrive in Turkey and then in Syria. Will he have visited the City of the Moon, and then the City of the Sun and those of the Planets, before arriving in Syria?

Will he finally come to Rēš-ina, the city that you now call Ras al-Ayin? And there, will he have visited the ruins of Tell Halaf, and then come to the nearby low hills from where the healing source gushes out, some even say miraculous, of Nab'a al-Kebreet? But not only this source, the place is full of sources with no name, or of which it is better not to name. Will he have already entered the caves from which it emerges, coming out in a thousand streams from the underground, the Khabur river? Will he have found what he is looking for?

Caves, healing springs, and an ancient object with strange powers ... where have I already read about these things?

However, the valley of the Khabur was a beautiful place, before all that blood was poured during the Medz Yeghern ...

But a long time before, I remember that every year we sent some of the sweet wine made by the Commanderies on the island of Cyprus, the island kissed by Aphrodite. A few barrels were directed to the City of the Moon, but a little was also sent to the distant city of Rhesaina. The Jacobite bishop of that city was very fond of the sweet Cypriot wine. It was difficult to send wine to the territories controlled by Arabs and Turks, but we had our good contacts in the Syrian Church.

Joscelin I also tried to conquer Rhesaina, but managed to keep her only for a short time. Who knows, perhaps he was looking for some strange object of power hidden in the caves of the hundred springs, too. What an adventurous life Joscelin I. There was a time, whe he had been trapped by the Turks and he was jailed in a fortress, but a group of fifty excellently trained and disguised Armenian knights managed to break into and liberate him. And so Joscelin I married the daughter of Constantine of Armenia ... but that's another story.
 
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LITTLE DOCTOR

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To be able to better understand this writing of mine, I recommend going to see page 44 of 17 February 2019. You will notice an old map posted by the prophetic Tourist. On the map you can see how the city of Livorno and its hills were depicted in 1500. In fact at that time the town of Valle Benedetta did not exist and to indicate those places the ancients called those hills and those valleys with a precise term "Valley of hell". At the time advancing into that valley it was not very safe nor easy since the place was devoid of any indication and more infested by wolves and brigands. In a few wanted to wander in those places, even the natives were convinced that in the bush a demon was hidden that he loved to turn into various animals. All this failed to discourage Leonardo da Vinci from going to these hills that were also part of the Pisan hills at the time. Thanks to his friendship with the Martelli family, Leonardo became aware of the fact that in a monastery near Livorno, called the Sambuca monastery, some gesuati monks were custodians of a great secret learned centuries before by the black hermits who lived in a deconsecrated convent called conventaccio. The legend said that a demon had chosen a mirror as a residence and whoever looked into that mirror was captured by the demon himself and taken to other dimensions like back in time. This story made by Braccio Martelli was very pleasing to Leonardo da Vinci since Leonardo was obsessed with mirrors from an early age. Leonardo told Braccio Martelli that when he looked at himself in the mirror as a child he saw himself already old and this upset him. For all these reasons, Leonardo decided to reach the Pisan hills as he had to go to Stagno for a water-structural project on behalf of the Medici.
 

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Leonardo, arrived at Stagno, hired a hunter, a "luparo" (a hunter specialized in wolf hunting) to be taken to the Sambuca. Leonardo represents and indicates the marshy area of the Stagno between Pisa and Livorno also in the map RW 12277 of Windsor: indicated as "bridge to Stagno" in the sheet 305r of the "Atlantic code" and only localized, but without toponym in in the sheets 52v-53r of the "Madrid II code". The hunter accompanied Leonardo da Vinci to his home in Nugola to offer him a hot meal. On that occasion Leonardo represents and indicates the locality of Nugola in one of his drawings and certifies it as a town in the municipality of Collesalvetti. Previously Leonardo had also depicted the city of Livorno in sheet 305r of the "Atlantic code" where he also indicates the "tower" and the "lighthouse". In map RL 12277 defines Livorno as a Pisan port. In the Codex Atlanticus Leonardo represents the sea with a hand-drawn sketch (F. 147 a - r (ex 52 r - b)) of the Atlantic Code. During the visit to Nugola, Leonardo da Vinci was informed by the hunter that in a place near a castle of Nugola there were some Etruscan tombs, but Leonardo did not want to visit them because he was anxious to reach the convent of Sambuca. These Etruscan tombs full of treasures have not yet been plundered, so its treasures are still well preserved. Exactly these Etruscan tombs are located in the Old Nugola area along the road that leads to the castle, under a recently fallen landslide and clearly visible from the road, but this is another story ... But back to Leonardo and his journey to the convent of the Sambuca. The hunter advised to pass through the river Ugione, not far from Nugola. The two went up the river from a place where there is now a military base that serves as a munitions depot for the body of paratroopers. The hunter decided to go up the river Ugione because he considered it safer as regards the attack of brigands, but Leonardo had another type of encounter: he saw a diabolical entity that frightened him so much that he made it back, but also that's another story ...
 

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Before continuing with Leonardo da Vinci's journey around the hills of the Inferno Valley, it is useful to specify that at the time of Leonardo, the already named castle of Nugola was almost abandoned and partially collapsed. Around 1600 the last ruins had also disappeared. Currently, where the castle was once located, a villa called villa Traxler stands. Now we describe the Ugione river as it was at the time that Leonardo and the hunter ascended it to reach the convent of Sambuca. The river was much wider. The monks themselves took care to keep the banks well maintained and the riverbed well cleared of debris and obstacles. The monks had also found a golden vein in a hidden place. The golden vein was found in a depression of the river that channeled the waters into a depression that led to the middle of a petrified forest. From this forest the monks took three petrified trunks of the antediluvian era to keep them inside the monastery. On one of these trunks a map indicating the golden vein was carved in bas-relief. These trunks, together with other objects that were part of the furnishings of the monastery, became property of Mrs. Taddeoli, widow Mangani who became the owner of Sambuca and the surrounding land. Together with these objects, Mrs. Taddeoli also kept a strange cup, called "The sacred cup of the Sambuca": a very old chalice dated even before the Medieval era. It is believed that this cup was the faithful reproduction of the ancient chalice that the Templars brought to the Benedetta Valley in 1221, but that's another story ...
Subsequently, all the furnishings, the petrified logs and the "sacred coppas della Sambuca" were donated to the city museum. Among these sacred objects, a very ancient stone lamp from the Etruscan-Roman period aroused much interest by researchers. This stone object had a very particular shape and came from the control cabin of the round ship Fenix which landed in the waters of Livorno.
But let's go back to Leonardo's journey. Led by the hunter, Leonardo began the ascent of the Ugione river (at the time called Uggione) on a cool sunny and cloudless morning. The two met no obstacles and proceeded quickly to the Sambuca monastery. However, not far from the monastery, a thick fog fell on the river bed, enveloping and muffling the whole environment around it. Because of this situation Leonardo lost contact with the hunter who no longer responded to Leonardo's calls, who groped for a few tens of meters, ending up in the river waters up to the height of his knees. He did not know which way to go. Suddenly he thought he saw what appeared to be the entrance to a cave. Leonardo came in convinced that there was no fog inside. As soon as he entered Leonardo realized that it was not a cave, but a man-made stone structure, it looked like a mill, a water mill in the middle of the river. Leonardo intrigued began to examine the mill. Never before had Leonardo seen a mill of that type, equipped with a very original and innovative mechanics. The mill consisted of two rooms, in one of these Leonardo saw a man who worked, surely he must have been the miller since he wore a hood and a bale of cereals on his shoulders. At that point Leonardo turned to the miller and congratulated him for the nice mill. The miller raised his head and Leonardo could see the monstrous face of the miller: deep empty orbits and a mouth that seemed sewn. The eyes were under the throat, they were open and they stared at him without batting an eyelid. Leonardo was petrified by fear, he wanted to get out of the mill and run away, but he felt a force that held him back, he couldn't move. The miller approached Leonardo and said to him: "Lionardo, this is your real name? I like your name, I will call this mill with your name, the mill of Lionardo. I see that you like this mill, but you must know that it still does not exist since it will be built between 100 years and another 100 years yet ...
 

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More than a century ago, in the 1800s, some men, historians and scholars of the origins of Livorno, composed some very important reports thanks to their continuous and serious search for ancient writings otherwise lost today. This reports give unequivocal evidences, proofs, about the posted story that we're reading in this forum. Rereading the last post of LD I found out some details that cannot be left out just for historical consistency of the events mentioned:
1) an antediluvian petrified forest - (so it is documented - the forest really exists and two tree trunks are proving this)
2) an old strange cup named "The sacred cup of the Sambuca" (it is well described by the words of the scholar as it dates back to before
the Monks stayed at Sambuca)
3) a very ancient stone lamp dates back to before the medieval age
Below only a little part of what has been collected and kept for many years :

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LITTLE DOCTOR

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The miller kept turning to a Lionardo da Vinci stunned by terror and repeated these words to him several times: "what you are looking for is not in this place, you will not find it alive, but you could find it dead, I will make sure that your mortal remains have new life in my mirror. At the right moment I will send the one who will take care of taking and reassembling your body, so that I can at least revive your image ". Having said that, the miller disappeared, as did the mill and finally also the fog. To better understand the words of the miller, I recommend rereading some of my posts, exactly that of 2 December 2018, 16 December 2018 and 5 January 2019. Respectively to the current pages 40 - 41 - 42. In fact, it is no coincidence that the Romitone wanted to choose between the battles that the captain and the corporal would have to face to end the challenge, even an event that occurred during the French religious wars, precisely while the battle of Dreux flared up. The captain and the corporal were sent by Romitone to Amboise, just when an angry mob of Huguenot was devastating the chapel of San Fiorentino. The corporal had the audacity to enter the chapel, but that's another story ...
When everything disappeared, miller, mill and fog, everything returned to normal. It was possible to perceive again the flow of the waters of the river and the step of the hunter who seemed not to have noticed anything, indeed he urged Lionardo to continue, saying to him: "master come on, still little and we will have arrived at the monastery, who knows what the monks seeing you will arrive . " Lionardo arrived at the monastery of sambuca in the late morning, the monks invited him to their table, but Lionardo refused the invitation because he was in a hurry to get to Mount la Poggia. At that point the hunter intervened and said to Lionardo: "master you did not eat even last night, you did not eat even a nut, you cannot continue to fast for much longer, in this way you will lack the strength for the return, but Lionardo had no intention to eat because he was anxious to reach Monte la Poggia, to visit the monastery called "Il Conventaccio". For this he asked the monks to accompany him to the Conventaccio in a hurry, but the monks were suspicious of Lionardo's request, they feared that with his knowing and his genius Lionardo could attract the demon of the Poggia, who had long seemed dormant. For this reason the monks unbeknownst to Lionardo, instead of taking him to the Conventaccio decided to take him to the monastery of Montenero, once called mount of the devil. In Montenero there was the sanctuary of the Madonna delle Grazie. The monks with deception managed to divert Lionardo to that monastery by confessing to Lionardo that in some neighboring caves hid a demon. It is said that Lionard found a demon inside those caves that had the same appearance as the miller encountered in the mill. Once again the miller repeated to Lionardo that what he was looking for was not in that place and that there would only find access to the underworld ... However, in the short period spent in Montenero, Lionardo da Vinci had time to register and indicate as "chapel" the sanctuary of the Madonna di Montenero in the RL 12683 map of Windsor and as "Monte Nero" in sheet 305r of the Atlantic code. Over time, the mill of the Ugione river was, as predicted by the miller, built precisely at the point where Lionardo met the miller. Now along that river the remains of that mysterious mill are still visible. A strange feeling is felt in those places. Some of you will experience this sensation when they go to visit that mill, after all it is the Lionardo da Vinci mill ....
 

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