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Esna、"Electricity Bridge"

ツタンカーメン何だったっけ?
全然思いつかない、聖闘士星矢ファン。(?)


ツタンカーメン何だったっけ?
全然思いつかない・・・・。


プトレマイオス朝よりも前、古代エジプト第18王朝のファラオ。
太陽の船

安禄山の乱 63 ツタンカーメン王の世界

あー!アメン神殿だ、アメン神殿が呼んでいる!
アメン神殿の意思に従ったほうがいいとか言っているー。

エジプトの碑文

そのあと、オシリスの偉大なる呪いが現れる。
冥界によってこの世は支配されるー

冥界をさまよわされるー・・・コワイー。







少年漫画の、聖闘士星矢の舞台、

黄道十二宮の聖域は、プトレマイオス3世の時代、
エジプトのエスナという場所の付近にあったそうです。

エスナ



黄道十二宮の聖域と繋がっている領域には、
オーディンの北欧、ポセイドン神殿、ハーデスの冥界、などなど・・・沢山の世界があります。




少年漫画のテーマとしてはかなり人気があったみたいですが、

現代ではあまり有用性のない古代の宗教なのか、

プトレマイオス3世の時代(紀元前246年-221年)にあった
黄道十二星座の小神殿は取り壊されたそうです。

エスナの神殿(本体?)は19世紀中ごろ
綿の倉庫として使われたそうです。


 
19世紀に恨みが突然現れたみたいに見えます。



プトレマイオス朝(エスナの神殿)から、彼らを守ってくれるのは、

ポセイドンの生まれ変わりの少年の住む丘の上の館(マンガの話)と、
マリーン(お魚)達。
Θάλασσα, Το ιερό του Ποσειδώνα -南の島と白い馬

ポセイドーン

wikipediaの説明によると、

「ポセイドンの妻は、アムピトリーテー。
ポセイドーンは、アテーナイの支配権をめぐりアテーナーと争ったといわれる。」


このような、エジプトの壮大な歴史、


 冥界→海の世界→現代


の道筋が分からなくても、大学に行って会社に入って今一番流行の結婚式をすればいい。
お金配ってるよ。どうしてこんな勉強させられるのかなぁ?

テストで100点→現代の富裕層への道筋

車買おう!洋服買おう!・・・・・売ろう!

エジプトなんか売っちまおう!お店をやって商品を並べるだけ。

子供を作って、大学に進学させてテストで100点取らせるだけ、憧れの人と結婚させるだけ、簡単。









今日のニューヨークタイムズのニュースです。

「国連のニュース」っていうのでしょうか、最近は?

国連ってさ、中心の国除くとあとは「あの銀色に光る丸いのお金?っていうの?」って言う人の集まりに見えるんだよね。

「問題って何が問題なんですか?
お金が何ですか。」

と言う国の中に、聖闘士星矢のスポンサーも入るような気がするんだ。

何でアフリカの農民が黄道十二宮のスポンサー?

「肌の色の白い農民ならいいのか?ソビエト連邦(農民)の差別?」

そういう問題じゃない・・・・・


アサド大統領は、シリア国内に存在する何を燃やしたのでしょうか?
噂では商店街を燃やしてしまったのです。

イギリスはお金は発行していた。でも、イギリスから来たウェディングドレスも燃えてしまって大英博物館の国が独立する道は断たれた。





Russia’s Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad



URL: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/08/world/europe/russia-syria-assad.html
 

MOSCOW — Sitting down with President Bashar al-Assad of Syria late last year, a senior Kremlin envoy described the benefits to come as Moscow shepherded the Syrian conflict toward a political settlement, particularly in rebuilding the war-ravaged country.

But Mr. Assad cut the Russian off, asking why, with the Syrian government so close to victory, a political solution was necessary at all, according to a senior Arab diplomat who was briefed on the meeting.


Nearly two and a half years after he intervened militarily to prop up Mr. Assad, President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia finds himself stuck in Syria, not quite able to find a solution despite having declared “mission accomplished” on at least three occasions. While Mr. Putin’s military intervention established the Kremlin as a major player in the Middle East for the first time in decades, extricating Russia from Syria is proving far more difficult than he envisaged.


The problem is that Moscow has effectively tied its fortunes to those of Mr. Assad, with limited room to maneuver.


Mr. Putin can neither withdraw nor push real political change in Syria without risking the collapse of the Assad government, which would jeopardize both the effort to diminish American influence in the region and Mr. Putin’s own prestige. Mr. Assad, well aware of his leverage, resists Russian attempts toward compromise with the Syrian opposition.


In that unhappy equilibrium, the war drags on with unknown consequences for Moscow. As the most powerful outside actor, Russia is increasingly blamed for the misery visited on Syrian civilians.


On Tuesday, United Nations investigators released a report that for the first time linked the Russian Air Force to a possible war crime, when a military fighter jet executed a series of attacks in November on the town of Al Atarib, west of Aleppo, killing at least 84 people and wounding more than 150.


Throughout Syria, the volatile mix of forces — including Russian mercenaries whose fate is causing headaches at home — risks amplifying the violence and deepening Russia’s involvement.


At the same time, a developing competition with Iran over reconstruction contracts risks eroding their alliance.


The differences with Damascus were starkly evident at a Middle East conclave in Moscow in late February.


Sergey V. Lavrov, the foreign minister, opened a two-day meeting at the Valdai Discussion Club, perhaps Russia’s most prestigious international foreign policy forum, with a rosy assessment of the Russian-led effort to unite the fractious Syrian parties in negotiations to end the war. The Syrian government expressed zero interest.


In a speech, one of Mr. Assad’s closest advisers, Bouthaina Shaaban, omitted all mention of a negotiated settlement. Instead, she said repeatedly that Damascus would soon declare a “final victory” that she said had been delayed by American and Turkish aid to the opposition.


Russia expressed overt frustration. Even the Valdai position paper put out beforehand chided the Syrian position, saying that “part of the government elite may have greater hopes for military victory than the dividends that negotiations would eventually pay.”


“This military victory is an illusion; you cannot win this battle,” said Vitaly V. Naumkin, the director of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences and a trusted Russian government adviser on Middle East matters.


In Moscow, Middle East experts and military analysts noted that divisions within the Russian government, particularly within the Ministry of Defense, contribute to the gap between Russia and Syria.


A dovish faction wants to pocket the military’s enhanced prestige and get out, seeing the defeat of the Islamic State militant group last year as a missed exit. The more hawkish sorts see advantages for Russia in Syria’s remaining an open wound.


On the professional level, officers are rotated in every three months, gaining battlefield experience, promotions and higher pay. The conflict has also provided a showcase for Russian weapons, the country’s most important export after oil.


Russia is also wrestling to contain differences with Iran and Turkey.


Strategically, Moscow and Tehran see eye to eye in terms of preserving the existing Syrian government. They maintain a symbiotic military relationship as well, with Russia owning the skies while Iran fields around 60,000 fighters who form the spine of the regime’s ground forces.


Yet cracks are appearing, as the reconstruction era beckons somewhere on the horizon. Important sectors of the economy need to be rebuilt, particularly oil and gas exploitation, phosphates, power plants, a new harbor and a third cellphone carrier.


Iran thought it had locked up significant projects with a series of memorandums signed in early 2017. But no firm contracts materialized, said Jihad Yazigi, the Beirut-based editor of The Syria Report.


Dmitri O. Rogozin, a deputy Russian prime minister, clawed some of them back during a December visit, according to the senior Arab diplomat, who would speak only anonymously, following diplomatic protocol. Publicly, Mr. Rogozin announced that Russia had won exclusive control over the oil sector, which had previously been developed by Western firms.


Complaints from both countries suggest that matters remain in flux.


Noting that Russia had already obtained political, military and economic concessions, Rahim Safavi, a senior adviser to Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of Iran said recently that Syria could repay the costs incurred by Iran through cooperation in its oil, gas and phosphate sectors, the Iranian news agency ISNA reported.


Yet the Russian envoy who attended the meeting with Mr. Assad, Mr. Rogozin, also said that the Russian people expected some return for their sacrifices and called Syria “an infinitely rich country.”


Despite their demands, however, neither Russia nor Iran can afford rebuilding costs that Syria has estimated at more than $200 billion. Instead, both seem to want to act as agents for private firms or other countries.


Most Arab and Western players have hinged any investment on political reconciliation. China, too, is holding back.


Russia insists that a political dialogue is alive, experts said, partly because it needs one to sway the European Union and other rich donors. “The Americans, the Gulf and the E.U. have all conditioned the reconstruction on a meaningful political process, which the Russians cannot deliver from Bashar,” said Vladimir Frolov, a foreign-policy analyst. “So the Russians are trying to use a P.R. campaign to make it look like a real, Syrian-led, indigenous constitutional process while it is basically fake. Bashar is not going to negotiate himself out of power.”


The ghost of Afghanistan — which became a military quagmire for the Soviet Union in the 1980s and helped speed its collapse — hangs over Syria. Yet the level of Russian commitment is far lower, in money and loss of life, less visible at home and so far not an issue with average Russians.


Ultimately, analysts say, the Kremlin will have to deal with Washington, whose coalition forces control about one-third of the country, including most of the oil wealth. Many experts believe that some form of Russian-American dialogue that ropes in the rest of the outside players is the only hope to end the conflict.


By sticking around, Russia expects to eventually hammer out some peace agreement with Washington that will cement the Kremlin’s enhanced role in the Middle East.
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However, the wait carries the risk that Russia could be dragged deeper into the conflict by an unexpected spark along any one of several tense battlefronts: in the north, between Turkey and its longtime Kurdish foes; in eastern Syria, between Syrian government troops backed by Russian mercenaries and American-allied forces; and along Israel’s border with Lebanon and Syria near the Golan Heights, the site of a recent confrontation between Iran and Israel.


 


 


“Maybe the Russian government thought that when it destroyed Daesh the war would be over, that it would end the violence and provide the means to a political solution,” said Boris V. Dolgov, a Middle East expert at the Russian Academy of Sciences, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State. “The reality is not like this.”












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煌く星座の世界 BLUEよペガサスの星よ永遠に
イスラエルまんが97 永遠BLUE


神話のペルセウス(ペガサスに乗ってきた勇者)は好きなんだけど、
クレタ島の話しても・・・

Θάλασσα, Το ιερό του Ποσειδώνα -南の島と白い馬

マンガでは「ペガサス(星矢)が一番好きな人はアテナ」という設定。
馬と結婚した人いるよ。ケンタウルス族っていうのかもしれない。






このアニメの放映されている日本では、天皇が日本語で外人に命令しているんですよね、驚き。

「日本語は身分が高いの、こういうアニメのセリフを喋っています。」って言うのに、


アニメの視聴者の子供には、

「元々、「日本」は、外国に興味が無いんだよねー

だから、適当に外国(英語しゃべる国)に合わせてね。」

Saint SEIYA


「「日本」って、あなたのこと ですよ!」


「で、あなた誰?」

って言うから・・

日本は誰に英語を話すよう命令しているのか分からないらしい。と思いました。



「命令している人」を、日本から、ブラジルに取り替えるっていうのどうですか。
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