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A gigantic, mysterious, octagonal "folding device" from the Catholic Church of St. Mary in Gdansk, Poland. We should not be deceived by the supposedly "accidental cobbling together" of this device from two separate religious artifacts (i.e., its juxtaposition with a 1682 baptismal font from another St. John's Church in Gdansk, Poland, and several fragments of the former Marian baptistery cast in 1556, such as eight virtue figures, a pedestal, a gate, and two of the four evangelists). This is because the various features of this device, described in this "part #D", suggest that its configuration and pronunciation is NOT at all accidental, and that it is now intended to perform well-defined functions that inspire technical and scientific progress.
(This device is also described on several other totaliztic web pages, e.g. in item #D18 and in the caption under "Fig. #D18" from the totaliztic web page named milicz.htm. from the totaliztic web page named milicz.htm, and also in item #D16 of the totaliztic web page named wroclaw.htm.) The above photograph of it was taken in July 2004. This device is so huge that the eight female figures of virtues standing around its octagonal base (pedestal) have the dimensions of adult humans - which additionally reinforces its intended function as an illustrative model for the "telepathic telephone" (after clicking on this photograph the reader can compare the dimensions of these eight figures to the height of two tourists visible on the above photograph outside the sculptures). The actual purpose of this device remains a real mystery. After all, it is too huge to perform any practical function - except as an ornament or container for sacred substances. However, it is shockingly similar to the telepathic so-called "Zhang Heng Seismograph" - as the reader can realize after comparing the above photograph of this device (i.e. comparing "Fig. #D1"), with numerous photographs of the "Zhang Heng Seismograph" shown here on "Fig. #B1" and "Fig. #B2", and also shown on the entire web page named seismograph.htm. In turn this "Zhang Heng Seismograph" was an ancient telepathic apparatus, which utilized the properties of telepathic waves to give early warning to people about an earthquake just approaching.
For this reason, and also because of various features described in this "part #D" of the above shown "folding device" from the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Gdañsk, the author of this web page believes that in fact this apparatus is to perform a function which inspires the development of science and technology, and for this reason probably is even a replica (copy) of some ancient "telepathic telephone" already constructed in past. - i.e. a telepathic communication device which allowed for remote voice conversations via two (or more) such devices spaced at considerable distances from each other. (That is, such a "telepathic telephone" was like an ancient telepathic equivalent to today's "cell phone.") More on this subject is explained in the following paragraphs from the entire "Part #D" of this page.