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Posted By:jchip

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2008-05-29 01:46:48
Correction: Got Vauban in the wrong location; he was the military engineer of Louis XIV and fortified e.g. Le Quesnoy.
2008-05-29 00:02:24
You are not missing anything. We are just as perplexed as you are, Viktor. Perhaps jchip8 meant to say 'greedy'?
2008-05-28 23:00:39
The title "Hunger" does not make sense to me. Tell me what I am missing.
2008-05-28 12:31:27
William of Orange was a Christian, and if Vauban was as well, then I would be inclined to lean towards the five-pointed star as symbolising the five wounds of Christ. It was not until much later that the pentagram was associated with Satanism or was used by Wiccans and Pagans. (I can no longer login as sundew, someone has registered it; the same happened with anne. What the blazes is going on? How does one register?)
2008-05-28 04:59:35
The pentagrams, Sundew!
2008-05-28 04:39:47
Thank you, I can only count to 8. You're yet to explain the 'occult' in William of Orange's fortifications.
2008-05-28 04:11:27
Er, 23 and a half, Sundew!
2008-05-28 02:20:35
How many tulips? Please?