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Kramskoi Christ dans le désert

Kramskoi_Christ_dans_le_désert(Russian painter_I.N.Kramskoi(1837-1887))

The Wilderness(Temptation of Christ)Edit

荒野の誘惑あらののゆうわく)はキリスト教聖書正典である新約聖書に書かれているエピソードの1つ。キリスト教教理において重要な役割を果たしており、キリスト教文化圏の芸術作品の中で繰り返し用いられるモチーフでもある。

The temptation of Christ is detailed in the Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke.[3] According to these texts, after being baptized, Jesus fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, the devil appeared to Jesus and tempted him. Jesus having refused each temptation, the devil departed and angels came and brought nourishment to Jesus.

Towel

Towel(Christ_in_the desert)

洗礼者ヨハネから洗礼を受けた後、イエスは霊によって荒れ野に送り出され、そこに40日間留まり、悪魔(サタン)の誘惑を受けた。マルコによる福音書(1:12,13)、マタイによる福音書(4:1-11)、ルカによる福音書(4:1-13)の福音書に記述がある。以下は、マタイ伝とルカ伝によるもの。




Temptations of Christ (San Marco)

The Temptations of Christ, 12th century mosaic at St Mark's Basilica, Venice.

The Toriningen Party(Temptation of Christ)Edit

Torrikenteaparty

The_Toriningen_Party(During this time, the devil appeared to Jesus and tempted him.)

The temptation of Christ is detailed in the Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke.[3] According to these texts, after being baptized, Jesus fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, the devil appeared to Jesus and tempted him. Jesus having refused each temptation, the devil departed and angels came and brought nourishment to Jesus.


1 悪魔の誘惑 (2.1 1. Stones to bread)

悪魔の試みにあわれた。そのあいだ何も食べず、その日数がつきると、空腹になられた。そこで悪魔が言った、「もしあなたが神の子であるなら、この石に、パンになれと命じてごらんなさい」。イエスは答えて言われた、「『人はパンだけで生きるものではない』と書いてある」。それから、悪魔はイエスを高い所へ連れて行き、またたくまに世界のすべての国々を見せて言った、「これらの国々の権威と栄華とをみんな、あなたにあげましょう。それらはわたしに任せられていて、だれでも好きな人にあげてよいのですから。それで、もしあなたがわたしの前にひざまずくなら、これを全部あなたのものにしてあげましょう」。イエスは答えて言われた、「『主なるあなたの神を拝し、ただ神にのみ仕えよ』と書いてある」。 。(出典/口語訳聖書 Public Domain) 


Stumbling block

The_stumbling_block(Book_of_Isaiah_8:14)

The Wilderness(Book of Isaiah 8:14)Edit

The Book of Isaiah (Hebrew: ספר ישעיה‎) is the first of the Latter Prophets in the Hebrew Bible, preceding Ezekiel, Jeremiah and the Book of the Twelve. (The order of the subsequent books differs somewhat in the Christian Old Testament).

8 第8章 8.14 8:14

主はイスラエルの二つの家には聖所となり、またさまたげの石、つまずきの岩となり、エルサレムの住民には網となり、わなとなる。

Rock and stone of hindrance, of stumbling,to the inhabitants of Jerusalem will be net, he will be a snare to the main house of Israel are also two, become a sanctuary.Edit

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_of_Isaiah

Stumbling block2

Wilderness_FC_Portal(Stumbling_block)

The Wilderness(Stumbling block)Edit

パウロによるキリストの福音 III (The gospel of Christ by Paul III)

第一三章 イスラエルのつまずき(9章30~10章21節)

Chapter I of the Third Israel stumble (Section 21 Chapter 9 Chapter 30-10)  
26 イスラエルのつまずき (9章30節~10章4節)

(Section 4 Section 10 Chapter 30 - Chapter 9) stumble Israel 26


30 では何と言おうか。義を追求しなかった異邦人が義を得ました。すなわち信仰による義です。

30. I would say at. Gentiles did not pursue righteousness, have obtained righteousness. It is righteousness that is by faith.

31 ところが、義の律法を追求したイスラエルは律法に到達しませんでした。

31. However, the law did not arrive in Israel was pursuing the law of righteousness.

32 なぜですか。信仰によらず行いによって到達することができるかのように求めたからです。彼らはつまずきの石につまずいたのです。

32. Why? Sought from as if you can reach by works regardless of the faith. They are stumbled on a stone of stumbling.

33 「見よ、わたしはシオンにつまずきの石、妨げの岩を置く。これに信頼する者は恥を受けることはない」と書かれているとおりです。

 33. "Behold, I am the person who put trust stumbling block to Zion, the rock of the way. To receive a shame that this is not" is as it is written.Edit


1 兄弟たちよ、わたしは彼らのために救いを心から願い、神に祈っています。

1. Brethren, sincerely hope for their salvation, I have prayed to God.

2 わたしは彼らが神に対して熱心であることは証します。しかし、その熱心は知識に従っていないのです。

2. I can testify that they are zealous for God. However, the enthusiasm is not there according to the knowledge.

3 神の義を理解せず、自分の義を立てることを追求して、神の義に従わなかったのです。

 3. To pursue it without understanding the righteousness of God, make my own righteousness, I did not obey God's righteousness.Edit

4 キリストは、律法の終わりであり、すべて信じる者にとって義となられたのです。

4. Is the end of the law, Christ, it was justified if for those who believe that all.

http://ha3.seikyou.ne.jp/home/tenryo/paul_3-13.htm


※Important point is that the Aztec Rave Monkey incompatible with Christianity is in the box.
Aztec Rave Monkey

A bald head(Vulture) Face in the overhead(Cobra)Ear piercing&Necklace(Tutankhamun)Antennal head(Khepri)

Aztec Rave Monkey(Uraeus)Edit

※A bald head Vulture = 「禿鷲 (ハゲワシ)」

http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/%E7%A6%BF%E3%81%92

baldness; bald head = 禿


※Face in the overhead is "Egyptian cobra" or "Vulture".

http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/%E7%A6%BF%E9%B7%B2


Tutanchamun Maske

Ear_piercing,Necklace,A_long_Beard.(Mask_of_Tutankhamun's_mummy)

※Decoration of sideburns is "Nemes".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elapidae

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulture


※Ear piercing, Necklace and A long beard is "Tutankhamun's mummy"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tutankhamun


Khepri

Antennal_head(Khepri)

Antennal head is "Khepri"

There was no cult devoted to Khepri, and he was largely subordinate to the greater sun god Ra. Often, Khepri and another solar deity, Atum, were seen as aspects of Ra: Khepri was the morning sun, Ra was the midday sun, and Atum was the sun in the evening.[1]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khepri

※Hook the tail has a small bottle is "Wine bottle"

4 ツタンカーメンの死因 4.4 毒殺説

ワインによる毒殺説も唱えられていた。ワインは当時、王や貴族といった地位のある層しか飲むことの出来ない貴重なものであり、実際にツタンカーメンの墓にもワイン壷が収められていた。ただしこの説は一般的なものではなく、明確な根拠も無かった。

Had been advocated by the theory poisoned wine. Wine is a precious thing that can not be at that time, only drink a layer and position the king and nobility, wine pot was also reside in the tomb of Tutankhamen in practice. Rather than a general one, this theory but there was no clear basis.

4 ツタンカーメンの死因 4.3 骨折からの感染症説

File:Charlotte Cleverley-Bisman Meningicoccal Disease.jpg
頭部打撃による死亡を否定したのと同じCTスキャンによって浮上した新たな説が、左足の大腿骨骨折による敗血症である。ミイラ作りの際に出来たとは考えにくい、骨を縦に割る骨折跡があり、わずかな治癒痕から骨折後数日は生存していたと分かるため、死ぬ数日前に皮膚を突き破ってしまうほどの骨折をしていたと推測される。

A new theory has emerged by CT scan same as denying the deaths head shot is a sepsis due to femoral fracture of the left leg. Fractures about because you know there is a trace fracture divided vertically and was able at the time of making mummy is unlikely, a bone, a few days after fracture and were alive from scar healing slight, they break through the skin in a few days before death it is estimated to have been the. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SepsiMadotsuki(Cleopatra) ※Face of purple arm and suicide by "Cleopatra"

7 Other cultures

7.1 In Ancient Egyptian culture and history
The Jump

Suicide by madotsuki.

Most ancient sources say that Cleopatra and her two attendants committed suicide by being bitten by an aspis, which translates into English as "asp". The snake was reportedly smuggled into her room in a basket of figs. Plutarch wrote that she performed experiments on condemned prisoners and found aspis venom to be the most painless of all fatal poisons.[14] This "aspis" was probably Naja haje (the Egyptian cobra). However, the accounts of her apparent suicide have been questioned, since death from this snake's venom is relatively slow, and the snake is large, so it would be hard to conceal.[15]


The Toriningen Party(Temptation of Christ)

1 悪魔の誘惑 (2.2 2. Pinnacle of the temple)

それから悪魔はイエスをエルサレムに連れて行き、宮の頂上に立たせて言った、「もしあなたが神の子であるなら、ここから下へ飛びおりてごらんなさい。『神はあなたのために、御使たちに命じてあなたを守らせるであろう』とあり、また、『あなたの足が石に打ちつけられないように、彼らはあなたを手でささえるであろう』とも書いてあります」。 イエスは答えて言われた、「『主なるあなたの神を試みてはならない』と言われている」。悪魔はあらゆる試みをしつくして、一時イエスを離れた。それからイエスは御霊の力に満ちあふれてガリラヤへ帰られると、そのうわさがその地方全体にひろまった。(出典/口語訳聖書 Public Domain) 
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The Aztec Monkey God

The Aztec Rave monkey may also been based of of the Aztec Monkey God and even thoe they dont really look alike the both have to do with song dance and drunkness, the word rave can mean to dance, when you go into the rave box (the home of the aztec rave monkey) a rave song apperes, and lastly the flahing that happen in the rave box may simblelse drunkness or being high.

Mummy in Vatican Museums

An Egyptian mummy kept in the Vatican Museums.

Towel(Mummy)Edit

古代エジプトでは、内臓を摘出したあとの死体を70昼夜にわたって天然炭酸ナトリウムナトロン)に浸し、それから取り出したあと、布で幾重にも巻いて完成させる方法でミイラが作成された。

In Ancient Egypt, after dipping the body after extracting internal organs in natural sodium carbonate (natron) over 70 day and night and taking out, the mummy was created by the method of rolling several times over and completing with cloth.

包帯を巻いたミイラのイメージは、この古代エジプトのミイラ作成に由来する。

The image of a mummy which rolled the bandage originates in mummy creation of this ancient Egypt.

理性の場であると信じられていた心臓を除いた胸部腹部の臓器や組織は下腹部の切開によってすべて取り出され、脳の組織は鼻孔から挿入した鉤状の器具によって掻き出された。

Internal organs and the organization of a chest and an abdomen except the heart currently believed to be a place of reason were altogether taken out by incision of the abdomen, and cerebral tissue was raked out with the hook-like instrument inserted from the nostril.

脳は古代エジプトにおいては理性の宿る場所とは見做されておらず、鼻水を作る為だけの組織と考えられていたため、[要検証ノート]取り出された後には捨てられていた。

It was not considered that a brain was a place in which reason dwells in ancient Egypt, but since it was considered the organization only for making nasal mucus, after being [verification [ required ] - note] Taken out, it was thrown away.


Yumenikki(Towel)00:10

Yumenikki(Towel)

2008/04/26 "Yume Nikki - How to get the Towel" #1:57~2:07 Movie by "ToraMaikeru"

※Madotsuki(Towel) is a Mummy ? 
  • "The image of a mummy which rolled the bandagethe..." 
  • "...the organization only for making nasal mucus,"

2008/04/26 "Yume Nikki - How to get the Towel" #1:57~2:07 Movie by "ToraMaikeru"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFcuEQyO1O8 What I do in the dark room is look for the graphic on the floor, then go right from there. When you get to the open scrolling area in the desert, simply go left from the big vine that I do, then from there, note the little vine I look for and go down from.


Schrana

The covered ark with golden staves carried by the priests, and seven priests with rams' horns, at the siege of Jericho, in an eighteenth-century artist's depiction.

The Wilderness(Ark of the Covenant)Edit

The Ark of the Covenant (Hebrew: אָרוֹן הַבְּרִית‎ ʾĀrôn Habbərît, modern pron. Aron Habrit), also known as the Ark of the Testimony, is a chest described in the Book of Exodus[1] as containing the Tablets of Stone on which the Ten Commandments were inscribed.

http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/Ark+of+the+Covenant 

出典:『Wikipedia』 (2011/06/08 12:05 UTC 版)

※Relevance Mummy of a Madotsuki(Towel) , and Ancient Egypt.

The Pyramid

The_Egyptian_pyramids(Exodus_from_Egypt)

http://yumenikki.wikia.com/wiki/The_Wilderness(name)#Towel.28Mummy.29

The biblical account relates that during the Israelites' exodus from Egypt, the Ark was carried by the priests some 2,000 cubits in advance of the people and their army, or host.[8]

The Foot of the Stairs

The_Foot_of_the_Stairs(Ark_of_the_Covenant)

古代のヘブライ人への手紙が2十戒ませけた神聖な収納箱

(sacred chest where the ancient Hebrews kept the two tablets containing the Ten Commandments) http://ejje.weblio.jp/content/Ark+of+the+Covenant

『契約の箱』

エルサレム神殿での信仰(ソロモンの神殿 Solomon's Temple

ソロモンの神殿は、建てられてから400年後、紀元前586年にバビロン人によって破壊されます。それ以前から背信のイスラエルは預言者たちの警告にもかかわらず悔改めることなく破滅の道をひた走っていました。そのようなとき預言者エレミヤもまたこのように警告しています。「彼らはもう、主の契約の箱について何も言わず、心にも留めず、思い出しもせず、調べもせず、再び作ろうともしない」(エレミヤ316) 神への信仰を失ったイスラエルはバビロンによって滅ぼされ、契約の箱もそのときより記述がありません。

http://plaza.across.or.jp/~sugino/keiyakunohako.html

Mitsunobu cloth-like monster

Mitsunobu_cloth-like_monster(『百鬼夜行絵巻』作者不詳(室町時代)』)

The Wilderness(Ittan-momen)Edit

Ittan-momen (一反木綿 "one bolt(tan) of cotton"?) is a Tsukumogami formed from a roll of cotton in Japanese myth. The Ittan-momen "flies through the air at night"[citation needed] and "attacks humans, often by wrapping around their faces to smother them."[citation needed]

Towel2

What looks like an Ittan-Momen.

1 概要

地元出身の教育者・野村伝四と民俗学者柳田國男との共著による『大隈肝属郡方言集』にあるもので、約一反(長さ約10.6メートル、幅約30センチメートル)の木綿のようなものが夕暮れ時にヒラヒラと飛んで、人を襲うものとされる[1]

首に巻きついたり顔を覆ったりして窒息死させるともいい[2][3]、巻かれた反物のような状態でくるくる回りながら素早く飛来し、人を体に巻き込んで空へ飛び去ってしまうともいう[4]
Witch Broom

"flies_through_the air_at_night

※"Madotsuki" wanted fly in the sky as well?




The Wilderness(Osmunda japonica)Edit

Osmunda japonica (Japanese royal fern or Japanese flowering fern; syn. Osmunda nipponica Makino) is a fern in the genus Osmunda native to eastern Asia, including Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, and the far east of Russia on Sakhalin.

Batsu

Batsu(Osmunda japonica)

Osmunda japonica

Osmunda_japonica(Young_frond_in_spring)

Batsu look like Osmunda japonica (Young frond in spring).

Easter therefore varies between 22 March and 25 April.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter

Easter eggs are special eggs that are often given to celebrate Easter or springtime.Edit

Effects(name)#Effects.28Easter_egg.29

Newgrange Entrance Stone

Newgrange_Entrance_Stone(Petroglyph)

The Wilderness(Spiral)Edit

5 象徴

渦巻は回転象徴として使われる。

Spiral is used as a symbol of the revolution.

多くの古代文明で、死と再生の循環の象徴とみなされ、などにしばしば描かれた。

In many ancient civilizations, is regarded as a symbol of the cycle of death and rebirth, often drawn to such grave.


5 Mural World(Petroglyph)

Petroglyphs (also called rock engravings) are pictogram and logogram images created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, and abrading.

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