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Nicolae Ceaușescu (pronuncia rumena [ˌnikoˈlae ʧauˈʃesku][1]) (Scornicești, 26 gennaio 1918 – Târgovişte, 25 dicembre 1989) è stato un politico rumeno. Segretario generale del Partito Comunista Rumeno dal 1965, fu il dittatore della Romania dal 1967 al dicembre 1989, anno in cui fu deposto e processato.

Nicolae Ceaușescu (pronuncia rumena [ˌnikoˈlae ʧauˈʃesku][1]) (Scornicești, 26 gennaio 1918 – Târgovişte, 25 dicembre 1989) è stato un politico rumeno. Segretario generale del Partito Comunista Rumeno dal 1965, fu il dittatore della Romania dal 1967 al dicembre 1989, anno in cui fu deposto e processato.

Nicolae Ceausescu was the General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party from 1965-1989. He made a scepter for himself (Isn’t Communism Anti-Monarchy?), and called himself “The Genius Of The Carpathians”. He obviously wasn’t a fan of modesty. He demanded that his, nearly illiterate, wife be made part of the New York Academy of Sciences and the Royal Institute of Chemistry He met his end when he and his wife were overthrown and executed by revolutionaries.

Nicolae Ceausescu was the General Secretary of the Romanian Communist Party from 1965-1989. He made a scepter for himself (Isn’t Communism Anti-Monarchy?), and called himself “The Genius Of The Carpathians”. He obviously wasn’t a fan of modesty. He demanded that his, nearly illiterate, wife be made part of the New York Academy of Sciences and the Royal Institute of Chemistry He met his end when he and his wife were overthrown and executed by revolutionaries.

Nicolae Ceausescu

Nicolae Ceausescu

Nicolae Ceausescu

Nicolae Ceausescu

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23/5 Saint Evgeny Rodionov the New Martyr (+1996).

23/5 Saint Evgeny Rodionov the New Martyr (+1996).

"According to the fragmentary writings of those early peoples, alchemy was to them no speculative art. They implicitly believed in the multiplication of metals; and in the face of their reiterations both the scholar and the materialist should be more kindly in their consideration of alchemical theorems." ~Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages

"According to the fragmentary writings of those early peoples, alchemy was to them no speculative art. They implicitly believed in the multiplication of metals; and in the face of their reiterations both the scholar and the materialist should be more kindly in their consideration of alchemical theorems." ~Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages

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Богатырева Наталья Викторовна ·

This necklace is hand carved from Northern Hard Maple with Dark Walnut finish. You can choose from 18", 20", or 22" length dark brown leather cord. Necklace has antique copper lobster clasp. Pendant measures 5/16" thick x 1" wide x 1 1/2" tall with Cream colored inlay. $34.00

This necklace is hand carved from Northern Hard Maple with Dark Walnut finish. You can choose from 18", 20", or 22" length dark brown leather cord. Necklace has antique copper lobster clasp. Pendant measures 5/16" thick x 1" wide x 1 1/2" tall with Cream colored inlay. $34.00

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