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Prophesy - Poland from sea to sea.


Ironside 48 | 9,824
30 Sep 2010 #1
Tegoborze Prophecy (Polish: Przepowiednia z Tegoborza) is a verse composition, which describes post-World War One and post-World War Two fate of Poland. Its origins date back to late 19th century, however, its author and exact date of creation have not been confirmed so far.

I think that is a very interesting prophecy or maybe just great expectations. Nevertheless it would be beneficial for Europe and the world to have a peaceful stabilizing power in this part of Europe. What do you think - discus!:)
Nathan 18 | 1,363
1 Oct 2010 #2
Prophesy - Poland from sea to sea.

Poles have only one thing left to do: dig the huge hole in the ground somewhere near Krakiw, buy some salt from Ukraine, wait for rain and voila: from sea to sea in all its beauty ;) As a matter of fact, you might even make an island of your country and plant some palm-trees ;) Can you imagine tourism hype? Dubai in the middle of Europe! Come and take a cruise within a continent! ;0
strzyga 2 | 993
1 Oct 2010 #3
Oh, but we have our own salt - near Kraków, too. Ever heard about Wieliczka and Bochnia salt mines?

As for the palm trees, there's one in the center of Warsaw, for some unknown reason I seem not to be able to post a link, but google "palma Warszawa rondo de Gaulle'a".

So, what else do we need in order to become a world power? :)
Nathan 18 | 1,363
1 Oct 2010 #4
Ever heard about Wieliczka and Bochnia salt mines?

I just wanted to make some money for my countrymen of the mania de grandeur of some ;)

So, what else do we need in order to become a world power? :)

What else does the prophecy say besides "from sea to sea"? If there is something from "land to sky" mentioned, I have a few great ideas ;) It might even speed up the process of the hole-digging ;)
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
1 Oct 2010 #5
Poles

HEY what your problem - its prophesy - some may believe in it, some may not, most don't care!
My question is what do you think about the prophesy ?

By the way you should go to Ukraine and read some stuff they write and they are dead serious about it - that we can talk about

the mania de grandeur

sky is the limit and BS!
pawian 161 | 9,971
1 Oct 2010 #6
My question is what do you think about the prophesy ?

Mrożek will answer you:

Our cultural expansion - Bantu tribesmen in Krakow folk hats:
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
2 Oct 2010 #7
Mrożek will answer you:

I don't care much about him !
In Poland satirists, clowns and smirking fool posing as a wise-men, has been taken seriously for far too long. I think, because of our XIX century literature.

Many broken by communism people like to hide and they do so hidding behaind satire - its BS!
I would tell them - face what you're - a spineless mongrels - commolak :) !

I don't know you so, do not take it personally, however your position on many issues seems to be characteristic to that of the commolak!Not a commie and not a Pole but mix of those two!
pawian 161 | 9,971
2 Oct 2010 #8
In Poland satirists, clowns and smirking fool posing as a wise-men, has been taken seriously for far too long. I think, because of our XIX century literature.!

You are really unique!!! :):):):):) Being a decent man, I won`t tell you names that should be addressed to you. :):):)):

I don't know you so, do not take it personally, however your position on many issues seems to be characteristic to that of the commolak!Not a commie and not a Pole but mix of those two!

It is a compliment to me. :):):):) I am a Gemini, always a mixture of various, often contrasting stuff.

More by Mrożek for your current mood: :):):):):)

This is White Eagle. He doesn`t play with us.
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
2 Oct 2010 #9
Being a decent man, I won`t tell you names that should be addressed to you. :):):)):

Go ahead I don't care either way!

It is a compliment to me. :):):):)

Is it ? Maybe! I would rather say that you didn't take it in nicely :(
Well, the Internet is a place when I can say what I want without such trivia as social niceties and a human factor.
and now tit for tat :)

!
Barney 14 | 1,469
2 Oct 2010 #10
hidding behaind satire

By its very nature you cant hide behind satire (broken people cant do satire).

I am a Gemini

You always make me smile.
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
2 Oct 2010 #11
broken people cant do satire).

they don't do it, they hide behind somebody's else satire or humour !

You always make me smile.

Well, pawian started the nice thread photo-riddle, what it has to do with anything ?
Its not a thread about pawian !Its not about him in any-sense of the word!
I-S (?)
Barney 14 | 1,469
2 Oct 2010 #12
what it has to do with anything ?

Predictions my man, Predictions.
jonni 16 | 2,485
2 Oct 2010 #13
If you're sceptical about prophecy, check out Agnieszka Pilchowa. Some of her prophecies, thankfully recorded by observers at the time, are precise and detailed and came true.

What are you talking about? Are you saying that the Japanese-American war will complete the Polish-German war? This is absurd. Pilchowa did not answer, and kept on talking: I do not understand what it is. I see something terrible. It is a giant mushroom, made of clouds, which is growing in the skies. Where is it? What is it? Then she opened her eyes widely and said that it was impossible: It will result in the death of the planet, she added

OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
2 Oct 2010 #14
Agnieszka Plichowa

?

A booklet entitled Through the windows of time (Przez okna czasu) by Stanisław Hadyna (journalist, writer, and founder of the folkdance group Ol1sk) recalls two famous people of the 1930's who can justifiably be considered to have been the Polish precursors of a phenomenon called the New Age. The New Age, or the Age of Aquarius, is classified by social scientists as a parareligious movement. This "movement" actually consists of several movements that differ from each other considerably, though all of them are inspired by esoteric and Eastern sources. I will not go into the details here, but it is worth learning a few things about the New Age movements' Polish precursors, because these movements influence numerous environmental movements and organizations, including the Polish ones.
Eurola 4 | 1,906
2 Oct 2010 #15
Well, the Internet is a place when I can say what I want without such trivia as social niceties and a human factor.

This statement is pretty sad. Just because you can hide behind the screen it doesn't mean that you can forget about decent, social behavior. Fortunately, not all people think like that.
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
2 Oct 2010 #16
Just because you can hide behind the screen it doesn't mean that you can forget about decent, social behavior.

For goodness sake I meant it in contexts, I'm not jumping about and insulting people here, just that I can express my opinion about political issues.

Well, if you have no strong opinions or convictions, being nice is really easy !
Eurola 4 | 1,906
3 Oct 2010 #17
Nope. Being nice is hard. Especially, when reading some posts.

Nah, dear iron...you're not jumping about and insulting people, you just make some readers jump. :) There is nothing wrong with expressing opinions, it however depends how it is done so readers don't jump.

Back to topic. In my childhood years in Poland i heard many times about 'krolowa Saba or Sybilla' prophecies. It was pretty interesting to read but since I was not a believer even as a kid, I don't remember much of the prophecies. I think there was a little, old and beat up book passed around with her predictions. I remember reading about a small country being the reason for the end of the world. Israel?

Are the predictions of Queen Sabah (Sibilla?) still 'alive' in Poland?
pawian 161 | 9,971
3 Oct 2010 #18
Are the predictions of Queen Sabah (Sibilla?) still 'alive' in Poland?

I vaguely remember hearing about it a long time ago but I can`t tell any details.
It means: no, they aren`t. It is not a topic of public interest.

My question is what do you think about the prophesy ?

Simply speaking, it is worthless.
Eurola 4 | 1,906
3 Oct 2010 #19
It means: no, they aren`t. It is not a topic of public interest.

I didn't think so and I hope not. People are not as gullible and superstitious as they were in the past. However, 'wróżki' or future tellers are still making a living in Chicago.. :)
pawian 161 | 9,971
3 Oct 2010 #20
pawian:
Mrożek will answer you:

I don't care much about him !
In Poland satirists, clowns and smirking fool posing as a wise-men, has been taken seriously for far too long. I think, because of our XIX century literature.
Many broken by communism people like to hide and they do so hidding behaind satire - its BS!
I would tell them - face what you're - a spineless mongrels - commolak :) !

You propose and advocate Poland from sea to sea in different threads.
Have you ever thought how it could be done?
By economic power or militarily?
I hope you realise it is worthless daydreaming.

So, maybe another way? What about cultural expansion?

But how can you do it, if sadly enough, you reject Mrożek who is one of those few (a dozen?) Polish writers who are recognised and appreciated in the world because their productions are understood by people. Other Polish writers are not known because their art is good and understandable only for Poles.

Who are you going to put forward as a Polish cultural expansion bearers if you reject Mrożek and probably a few others? :):):):)
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
3 Oct 2010 #21
You propose and advocate Poland from sea to sea in different threads.

Not correct! I may have said about it as a possibility, but nothing more!
Whatever I talk about it about regaining a partof the stolen land! I don't talk about the way, I do not set the timetables.I want only establish consensus for the idea.

I hope you realise it is worthless daydreaming.

Thats is BS! I hope you realize it!
Its is possibility provided that Poland will establish an independent and efficient government.

But how can you do it, if sadly enough, you reject Mrożek who is one of those few (a dozen?) Polish writers who are recognised and appreciated in the world because their productions are understood by people. Other Polish writers are not known because their art is good and understandable only for Poles.

Well, that overrated satirist maybe be recognized by the world, but I don't really care what the world is thinking :) do you ?
For cultural expansion literature in polish language is enough as polish culture is attractive for the part of the world we need it for!:P

( Scorpio)
pawian 161 | 9,971
3 Oct 2010 #22
Thats is BS! I hope you realize it!
Its is possibility provided that Poland will establish an independent and efficient government.

:):):)
You are as romantic as Quixote, who was Polish, btw.

Well, that overrated satirist maybe be recognized by the world, but I don't really care what the world is thinking :) do you ?

I do care about Morożek because his sense of humour perfectly suits me.

More for you:

National agreement. Crisis!
ConstantineK 26 | 1,259
3 Oct 2010 #23
I think that is a very interesting prophecy or maybe just great expectations.

Oh, this world is full of idiots!
Torq 26 | 2,371
3 Oct 2010 #24
Nice bit of auto-critique on your part, Constantine.
Crow 137 | 7,708
4 Oct 2010 #25
i would like to see Poland from Baltic to Black see and Adriatic. To tell you frankly, i dream of it
jonni 16 | 2,485
6 Oct 2010 #27
i would like to see Poland from Baltic to Black see

But would the folks between Poland and the Black Sea be as keen?
Crow 137 | 7,708
7 Oct 2010 #28
which kind of question is that? it is same as if woman ask- `would you love me more after sex?` answer is regularly positive but i tried even with negative answer and they loved it. Only God understand them

anyway,... why folks between Poland and the Black Sea wouldn`t be kin? They were kin. less influence of Germany, Britain, Saudi Arabia, France, USA, Turkey and more influence of Poland and everything would be alright.
Nathan 18 | 1,363
7 Oct 2010 #29
But would the folks between Poland and the Black Sea be as keen?

What a kind of question is that? The answer is so obvious. It is as if to ask a Serb whether he wants his country to be a part of Albania. Of course, would be his answer. Serbians die to see it happen and I pray that their wishes come sooner than later. There then would be less big mouths on the internet and a guy from Tirana will be writing his posts under the name of Sorrë.
OP Ironside 48 | 9,824
7 Oct 2010 #30
What a kind of question is that? The answer is so obvious

says Canadian :)


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