Pateo Newsletter (of January 24, 2014)
o PateoPedia : The Wholly Encyclopedia
o Is “our” moon 100% normal?
o The most famous Sumerian Cylinder Seal depicts Tiamat
o The Symbolism on the $1 Bill includes 13 references to 13
PateoPedia : The Wholly Encyclopedia
PateoPedia is the free online encyclopedia based on Wholly Science. PateoPedia currently includes eight categories: Definitions, Human (Pre)History, Major Events, Public Individuals, Wholly Wayshowers, Wholly Methods, Celestial Gods, and Public Symbols. Though it is still under construction, you might find there some useful information (link). Additions and possible corrections are very welcome.
Is “our” moon 100% normal?
The diameter of the largest
moon of Neptune, named Triton, is 5.5% of the diameter of
The most famous Sumerian Cylinder Seal depicts Tiamat
The first PateoPedia Paper (link) shows that the extra planet depicted on the cylinder seal that is catalogued under “VA/243” in the German State Museum in East Berlin does not represent Nibiru, as Zecharia (1920 – 2010) claimed, but Tiamat. Not only Luna used to be a moon of Tiamat, also Eris, Pluto, Charon, Ceres, and Dysnomia (and maybe even more).
The Symbolism on the $1 Bill includes 13 references to 13
The second PateoPedia Paper (link)
reveals the meaning of the symbolism on the
Wholly Science Week in
This first international Wholly Science Week starts on Sunday,
May 11, 2014, at 16:00 pm (local time), and it ends on Saturday, May 17, 2014,
at 11:00 am. This unique opportunity to learn more about the true nature of our
reality (and beyond) will take place in pension Prodelta
in the city of
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