SQUARES, CIRCLES, TREES & RINGS https://spidercatweb.blog/squares-circles-stones-trees
ON YOUTUBE https://youtu.be/atjgtbgHS9I
IRISH FAIRIES. mentions circles @ approx 2 & a half mins
Gordonstoun is the founding member of Round Square, a world-wide association of schools which share a commitment beyond academic excellence, to personal development and responsibility. There are 122 member schools all of which share the same ethos and philosophies founded by Kurt Hahn.
History of Round Square
After fleeing Germany from the Nazis in 1933, former founder and Headmaster of Salem School in Germany, Kurt Hahn established Gordonstoun and continued educating boys with the principles he had begun at Salem. Hahn had a vision that there should be a network of “British Salem Schools” across the world each spreading its influence beyond the school boundaries in it is own area.
In 1954 Jocelin Winthrop Young, headmaster of Anavryta School in Greece and former pupil of Kurt Hahn, had been involved in a project organised by Salem to reconstruct Argostoli in the Iionian Islands following a great earthquake. Such had been the success of this project that he considered the idea of founding a permanent association of schools, started variously by Hahn, his colleagues or pupils, to provide aid projects for those in need. In 1962/3 he visited ten of these schools to explain the plan which would include an annual conference to discuss and co-ordinate future projects.
In June 1966, to mark the occasion of Hahn’s 80th birthday, friends and acquaintances from all over the world were invited to meet at Salem. As well as the customary celebrations they held a meeting with the main item on the Agenda a proposal to found the “Hahn Schools Conference”. The first meeting was held a year later in 1967 at Gordonstoun and it was here that the name was changed to “Round Square Conference” after the famous building of the same name on the Gordonstoun campus. Initially attended only by Headmasters and Governors, in 1974 pupils were invited for the first time and increasingly played a part in deciding the theme for the conference and organising discussions. The name soon became simply Round Square and in 1980 the Round Square International Service https://archive.is/HWReD (RSIS) was created to promote and organise overseas voluntary service projects. http://www.gordonstoun.org.uk/round-square https://archive.is/7jd2J
3. ERROLL PARK
IN WILTSHIRE ENGLAND
King’s Knot https://www.historicenvironment.scot/visit-a-place/places/kings-knot/ google map view
Solomon’s knot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon%27s_knot
Solomon’s Knot appears on tombstones and mausoleums in Jewish graveyards and catacombs in many nations. In this context, Solomon’s Knot is currently interpreted to symbolize eternity.
In Latin, this configuration was sometimes known as sigillum Salomonis, meaning literally “seal of Solomon”. It was associated with the Biblical monarch Solomon because of his reputation for wisdom and knowledge (and in some legends, his occult powers). This phrase is usually rendered into English as “Solomon’s knot”, since “seal of Solomon” has other conflicting meanings (often referring to either a Star of David or pentagram). In the study of ancient mosaics, the Solomon’s knot is often known as a “guilloche knot” or “duplex knot”, while a Solomon’s knot in the center of a decorative configuration of four curving arcs is known as a “pelta-swastika” (where pelta is Latin for “shield”).
PI, EGYPTIANS, PYRAMIDS & SQUARING THE CIRCLE
Schloss Salem Notable alumni
- Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (as Prince of Greece) (b. 1921) (He later attended the British Salem School at Gordonstoun, as did his sons)
- Queen Sofía of Spain (as Princess of Greece)
- Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark — daughter of king Paul I of Greece and princess Frederica of Hanover
- Begum Inaara Aga Khan (as Gabriele Thyssen)
- Berthold Maria Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg (b. 1934), major general and eldest son of count Claus von Stauffenberg
- Ferdinand, Prince of Bismarck (born 1930)
Rannoch School map was an independent boarding school, located on the south shore of Loch Rannoch in Perth and Kinross, Scotland on the Dall Estate, 6 miles (9.7 km) from Kinloch Rannoch. Dall House served as the main school building and a boarding house.
It was established by three masters from Gordonstoun School and opened on 24 September 1959 with 82 boys. The founding masters were A.J.S. Greig (Headmaster and Housemaster of Dall House known as “Dougal”strathallian 1946), P. Whitworth (Housemaster of Potteries House aka “Paddy” or “Spongy” to most of the pupils) and J. Fleming archive (aka “Gemflem”). The school’s ethos was enshrined in its principle of “in pursuit of all round excellence” based on the philosophies of Kurt Hahn.
TREES, ACORNS & CHILD SEX ABUSE https://spidercatweb.blog/oaks-acorns-trees-groves-csa
ON YOUTUBE https://youtu.be/NDosqpFbZao