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Shiva at CERN
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He wears a necklace made of skulls signifying his role as destroyer. He has snakes coiling all over his body & his hair is matted and long extending over the whole of sky & space. The crescent moon adorns his crown, signifying his control of the time cycle.
Siva Lingams worshipped in temples are mostly made of stone & consists of three parts. The lowest portion in the shape of a square symbolises Brahma (the God of Creation). The middle part in the shape of an octagon symbolises Vishnu (the God of Maintenance). These two portions are embedded inside a pedestal. The cylindrical portion projecting from the pedestal symbolises Shiva (the God of Destruction).
Help! is the fifth British and tenth North American album by English rockgroup the Beatles, and the soundtrack from their film Help!. Produced byGeorge Martin for EMI's Parlophone Records, it contains fourteen songs in its original British form, of which seven appeared in the film. These songs took up the first side of the vinyl album and included the singles "Help!" and "Ticket to Ride". The second side contained seven other releases including the most-covered song ever written, "Yesterday".
Here is the rare Dutch version of Help.
Except their semaphore signals don't really say "HELP", they say "NUJV".
Ringo's "V" is really a reversed "K", as you can tell by his reversed jacket buttons.
In the US, they changed it to "NVUJ" ("envy you, Jesus"?).
The original title of "Help" was "Eight Arms to Hold You".
Once again, 8=sun worship.
Also a reference to the eight-armed Hindu goddess Saraswati.