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The Phaistos Disc Code

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The Phaistos Disc was discovered on July 15, 1908 by the Italian archaeologist Luige Pernier in an excavation of a Minoan palace of Phaistos, Crete. Currently, the disc is under the trusteeship of the Heraklion Museum , Crete.The Phaistos Disc was discovered on July 15, 1908 by the Italian archaeologist Luige Pernier in an excavation of a Minoan palace of Phaistos, Crete. Currently, the disc is under the trusteeship of the Heraklion Museum , Crete.

IN http://brazilweirdnews.blogspot.com.br/2013/07/the-phaistos-disc-code.html

ANCIENT MYSTERIES. After hold hidden in itself - for decades - as an indecipherable enigma to archaeologists and scholars of ancient languages​​, the Phaistos Disc (Phestos Disk) - was finally decoded.

The result of the work of researcher Barbara Gagliano is recorded in the book "The Phaistos's disc, Key of Genetic Diseases". This relic, has its origins in the - also mysterious - Minoan nation or civilization (from Minos, the king - Crete).Gagliano found the key code of Phaestus in the DNA structure.

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Some of the blocks appear to display animal pelts and fish. I wonder if I can convince my wife even the ancients knew that hunting and fishing is part of our genetic make up.

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Current /science/ wouldn't really explain a historical artifact, anyway. The current historical consensus is that it shows some kind of writing system. As it's not yet a true pictogram or alphabet, there's no way to linguictically explain it without access to someone who can define the symbols. And they, inconveniently, died some centuries ago. So while it is unexplainable and arguably mysterious, there's no need to say it's some manner of technological mystery science can't explain.

It certainly oughtn't to be used to imply some major fault or gap with current science or history, which someone without substantial knowledge of either field might do.

--Jaylemurph

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The use of the spiral/maze type pattern on this object is interesting too, as it sort of ties in with the Labyrinth of Knossos. It seems to appear on many ancient Minoan/Cretan artefacts.

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An interesting point of view.

An actions report of a manager of the ancient Phaistos commercial center

The famous Phaistos Disc is a printed, per paragraph, synoptic report of a manager actions from the Phaistos commercial center. The spirals, for technical reasons, are starting with guide the edge of the disc, from the periphery to the center, and the inscription, again for technical reasons, begins reversely.

The Phaistos Disk, the Column from Abydos, the Rosetta’s Stone, the plate from Egkomi, the plate from the Athena's sanctuary of the Idalion and the plate of Kortona are some written reports or publications current accounting's and regulatory acts for the king's or administration's or municipality's informing.

See:

https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=e39b50d7d9ea3235&id=E39B50D7D9EA3235%21105#!/view.aspx?cid=E39B50D7D9EA3235&resid=E39B50D7D9EA3235%21123&app=WordPdf

and:

http://users.sch.gr/kim1954

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