Greece, where the Greek key (called the Meandros) is everywhere.
Some people thought it meant "eternal". Some thought it had to do with the waves of the Meandros River. One person even told us that it was tired into a story of Alexander the Great and the Meandros River.
English verb meander does, in fact, come from the name of the river. That particular river is a winding one that doesn't seem to know exactly where it wants to go. It was from the nature of that watercourse that the Greeks took the word maíandros as a general term for a "winding river". Latin adopted it as maeander, and English borrowed it as a noun in the late 16th century. The first occurrence of the word in the English written record (1576) is with the meaning "confusing and bewildering ways". By about 1586 it meant "a winding or labyrinthine course or plan", and not until 1599 do we find it with the original Greek meaning "sinuous windings of a river".
It consists of a series of straight lines connected together at right or curved lines forming maneuvers. It took its name from the river Meandros of Asia Minor which formed such maneuvers. In one of the bridges over the river meander the ancients had set up a statue of the eponymous God imagined him as his son Ocean. In the maze that is simple or complex the ancient mosaic decorated the floor as well as the jars, painting or carving them on the marble.
The most ancient monuments, on which we first found this jewelry line, are many tombs in Asia Minor and even the so-called tomb of Midas in Phrygia, whose stone facade is decorated entirely by meanders. In Greece meander was found on vases of the Geometric period, showing that evolution is the continuous spiral of the Mycenaean period. Features samples of this issue at this time offer so-called Dipilou vases, which are exposed in the Archaeological Museum of Athens. The meander, shown on these pots, initially took the form of simple curved line segments which run horizontally and vertically alternately. During the Hellenistic period that the formula gets more complex, the curved line doubled and filled the squares formed between the lines formed by dots or crosses or other similar issues. However, the use of this linear shape is not just for decoration of vases and temples and clothing. The temples are decorated by meander, usually in color, the architraves, the capes and the roof panels and columns, the clothes and the edges. Nice examples of meander on garments are provided by the daughters of the Acropolis. The ancient limestone and marble female statues found in the Acropolis museum. The veil, worn these forms, decorated at the edge with other colored jewelry (crosses, rosettes, flowers) and meanders.http://www.greeksilver.gr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=53&Itemid=58&lang=en
there is also another river ...and that is called the Jet stream
and one wonders if the air currents that circle the globe are building up
We see the tornado F5 of Joplin Missouri and increased tornadoes this year
and we see the unusual
Scotland saw some unusual high winds yesterday killing one man
Winds of up to 100mph in Scotland have resulted in the death of one man and an entire city losing power for a time.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-13499503
It is definitely a Mayan symbol and we are sure it is linked to the Mayan calendar, which ends in 2012.
the Meandros is also located at Rennes
the design is a feathered headress of an Indian
The Indians saw the feather....Eagle ...as a messenger of the gods
Quetzcoatl....was the winged serpent
We have seen the winged serpent before in the Mystery of Rennes
Its a Rosslyn chapel and other places