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Cydonia region

Cydonia
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Khaniá

Khaniá or Canea (ancient Cydonia), city and seaport in Greece, located in northwestern Crete. Khaniá is the capital of the island of Crete. Although the harbor cannot accommodate large ships, the town is an important export center, principally for soap, oil, leather, and agricultural products. One of the oldest cities of Crete, Khaniá was conquered (69 BC) by the Romans, and in AD 826 it fell under Arab rule. Reconquered (961) by the Byzantines, it became a Venetian colony in 1252. Despite the enormous wall with which the Venetians surrounded Khaniá, it fell to the Ottomans in 1646. In 1913, when the Turks ceded Crete to Greece, Khaniá became a Greek possession. In 1941, during World War II, the town suffered heavy damage in the German airborne invasion of Crete. Among the notable buildings of Khaniá are Turkish mosques and Greek churches. Population (1981 preliminary) 47,804.

Quince

Quince, common name for a tree of the rose family, and for its pearlike fruit. A native of western Asia, it is a low tree with twisted branches; ovate, entire, deciduous leaves; and large whitish flowers, which are solitary at the end of young branches. The fruit is globose or pear-shaped, of a rich yellow or orange color, with a strong aroma.
Scientific classification: The quince belongs to the family Rosaceae. It is classified as Cydonia oblonga.



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DESCRIPTION: This group consists of one deciduous species that is grown for its delicious fruits. Commonly known as Quince, this tree is related to the handsome Flowering Quinces, Chaenomeles, which are mainly grown for their beautiful blossoms though the fruits are also edible.  C. oblonga (Common Quince) is a small tree originally found from Iran to Turkestan. This tree is just about as hardy as the Peach, surviving temperatures as low as 0º F. Its branches will most likely die back if exposed to temperatures below -15º F, though the root may survive. The Quince can grow up to 20 feet high with unusual, crooked branches. The leaves have a silvery sheen underneath, which shimmers in the breeze. The large pink or white flowers are very attractive. Its firm fruits grow up to 5 inches and are shaped like pears or apples. These fruits usually taste better cooked than raw, but some varieties, such as Champion, are sweet enough to eat fresh. Quinces can be cooked for jellies and preserves, or baked with lemon and brown sugar, like apples. The variety, Orange, bears fruits up to a pound in weight that are excellent baked, cooked into a clear jelly, and in other kinds of cooking.

POTTING: Quinces are usually sold as one- or two-year-old plants. Since they are self-pollinating, only one is needed to bear fruit. (Flowering Quinces, however, require two for pollination.) Choose a sunny location, which has good air circulation, for your tree. The roots of the Quince grow shallowly, therefore they need a heavy soil that will not dry out. To prevent this from happening, apply a thick layer of wood chips or some other mulch to the soil within 4 inches of the trunk. Avoid fertilizing your tree heavily, because too much nitrogen will cause suckering and increase susceptibility to fire blight. If your plant is forming a lot of suckers, remove them and discontinue fertilizing. Quinces are susceptible to many of the same pest and diseases as Apples and other fruit trees. Some problems may be Fireblight, Oriental Fruit Moth, and Borers. Heavy pruning isn't required, except to remove dead, sick, or damaged branches. Some people cut out the inside branches to provide an open tree, which makes harvesting fruit easier. The fruits are borne on new, short lateral branches; trimming back long shoots will encourage these fruiting spurs to grow. Quinces begin to bear a year or two after planting. The fruit ripens from about early September until well into October, depending on the variety. They are harvested when the skin turns from green to rich yellow. Light frost won't ruin the fruits, however rough handling will; carefully place them in the basket so they won't be bruised. If you aren't using them immediately, store them in the fruit bin of your refrigerator, where they will keep well for about a week.

PROPAGATION: Quinces can be increased by budding on the Angus Quince rootstock, or on Quince seedlings. Some varieties may be raised by hardwood cuttings. Layering can also be done.

VARIETIES: C. oblonga & var. Vranja, Champion, Dwarf Orange, Orange, Pineapple, Smyrna.



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The location of the face on Mars matches the location of internal linkStonehenge in the U.K. relative to the two planets.


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Cydonia
region of Mars where the controversial "face on Mars" was photographed

internal linkUtopia is a region on the planet Mars that was chosen over Cydonia for the Viking landing.  no one knows why, as Utopia is a selection far less interesting - the equivalent of picking the Sahara Desert over the Amazon jungle on Earth (ref. _The Mars Mystery_atomjacked inventory cache by internal linkGraham Hancock)
  

Pyramid man


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1976 - Viking Orbiter I - photographs now famous face on Mars
internal link1947 - Japanese sculptor Isamu Noguchi creates a model for his work _Sculpture To Be Seen From Mars_

According to the website external linkhttp://www.noguchi.org, Noguchi designed the _Sculpture To Be Seen From Mars_ when he was stricken with fear of an atomic war, in the hope that such a sculpture would inform extraterrestrials that a civilized life  form had once existed on Earth.
 
 

Cydonia face on Mars model for Sculpture To Be Seen From Mars by Isamu Noguchi


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internal link604 entity Cydonia
 members: Steve Ronan, internal linkDino Psaras, Ian Rive
Boogie Nights - the special in-house TK-421 modification for your 8track player TK-421 why aren't you at your post? Boogie Nights - four more quads per channel and all that bass


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Cydonia internal linkSunrise - a flavor of internal linktea by internal linkShaman Products - obtained at the Bodhi Tree Used Books on Melrose, Los Angeles, California.  package depicts internal linkKachina
  
Cydonia Sunrise tea


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The Orb - Cydonia on Universal Island (2001) Eat Static - Implant
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