I hope that you have already viewed my series on the Revived Roman Empire because much of what is in this series relates to that one. If you are with me, you will begin to start putting it all together and realize the world is playing out according to plan.
In this part of this series we will take a look at some of the roots of what is happening and what might be the immediate plan of the parties involved.
Keep your eyes open and your critical thinking tuned. Watch for words related to the water, maritame, the sea, and gods and goddesses. Also watch for words related to automation, machines, industry and industrialization.
|Neom | The City of the Future The Meaning of Neom. NEOM is an abbreviation used for ‘New Enterprise Operating Model’. It is a combination of two words, one from Greek, “Neo” (meaning new) and the other from Arabic, “M” which stands for the Arabic word ” Mostaqubal“, meaning the future. Hence, Neom translates as ‘ New Future‘.|
|NEOM, Our New Future? The name NEOM comes from the Greek prefix “neo“, which means new, and the Arabic word mustaqbal (مستقبل), which means future. So, the city clearly aims to spearhead the new future of modern development. NEOM started construction in 2017 in the vast 26-thousand square kilometer, northwestern corner of Saudi Arabia.|
|neom – Wiktionary Jul 12, 2021 Etymology . ne-+ om. Noun . neom m (plural neoameni) monster, evil or wicked person, person without humanity, nonentity, inane person|
|niom – Wiktionary Etymology From ni- + om. Compare Romanian neom . Noun niom m ( plural nioaminj ) a bad or evil person, person without humanity|
|What Does The Name Neom Mean? User Submitted Meanings. A user from Australia says the name Neom is of Arabic origin and means “Babylon”.|
|Neom Name Meaning: Its Symbolism and Destiny Implications The emotional energy of the name Neom echoes the Joy level on the Omega consciousness scale. Neom Name Symbols Name Color: Orange Orange, a color denoting competence and warmth, is associated with characters that are free spirits and that can’t easily be tied down.|
|‘NEOM’: Etymology Of The Name and ‘M’ | Saudi Scoop “Mim” is the first letter of “mustaqbal,”the Arabic word for future, and the first letter of the name of Prince “Mohammed” bin Salman. “NEO” is Greek, which means new. NEO and M merge to form a name that is the beacon of change in the world. The subsequently developed “NEOM” was adopted unanimously by the Board.|
|Neom (styled NEOM; Arabic: نيوم Niyōm) is a planned cross-border city in the Tabuk Province of northwestern Saudi Arabia. It is planned to incorporate smart city technologies and also function as a tourist destination.|
|Mystic, Magic Letter ‘M’ – Mother, Miracles and Money M is the ONLY letter pronounced with your mouth closed. M symbolizes Water, a closed mouth represents the immense silence of the deepest parts of the ocean. From here all life emerges, and the waters are mute. Silence is the beginning and end of all life. Our most wonderful inspiration comes when our mind is quiet and still.|
|so, now we know the meaning of the “Silence” symbol they flash, finger over closed lips. The worship the OCEAN, the deep, dark ocean|
|Meaning of mustaqbil in English mustaqbal. faced, came in front, a figure well delineated, a portrait, frontal picture. mustaqbil-e-tamaam. future perfect tense. mustaqbil-e-qariib. near future.|
|What does مستقبل (mustaqbal) mean in Arabic? More meanings for مستقبل (mustaqbal) future noun مقبل outlook nounتوقعات, آفاق, منظر, مشهد, استشراف recipient noun مستلم, المستفيد, المرسل اليه, موهوب له futurity noun مستقبل aftertime noun مستقبل Find more words! مستقبل See Also in Arabic noun مستقبل باهر mustaqbal bahir bright future, great fortune مستقبل مشرق mustaqbal mushriq promising future|
I want to become King. International law affirming that’s possible in the form of microstate, like the Vatican for example. And I’m not the only one.
Neom — Arabic نيوم Niyōm is constructed from the Ancient Greek prefix nέο-meaning “new”, and letter M is from the abbreviation of Mostaqbal, an Arabic word meaning “future.”
This City/State is strategically located in North-Western Saudi Arabia and includes territory from Egypt and Jordan, comprising a total area of 26,500 km², (16466.34 miles) and will operate as an independent economic zone — with its laws, taxes, and regulations.
The land of the future, where the greatest minds and best talents are empowered to embody pioneering ideas and exceed boundaries in a world inspired by imagination
Prince wants to finish this project by 2025, and Neom Bay Airport NUM already started to receive commercial flights. The future is so close, and it looks like this:
Solar panels and Wind turbines will supply the whole City with renewable energy stored for generations. Like the rest of the Emirates, they will desalinate the water from the Red sea for consumption. Cloud seeding would be used to make rain to create a temperature climate.
Driving will be just for fun, not for transportation. Vehicles will be 100% green energy, and that will guide smoothly and safely in three dimensions — yes cars will fly! Plus, there will be a bridge that will connect Asia and Africa.
Do you want IQ 600, exceptional strength, and no illness? Maybe a different eye color? Larger you-know-what? No problem! Neom has next-generation gene therapy, genomics, stem cell research, nanobiology, and bioengineering.
Futuristic theme parks will have robots fighting in cages, The World’s largest garden (in the desert), and real-size robot dinosaurs. You will be amused. There also will be robot maids. Not to mention hologram teachers who will educate genetically-enhanced students because robots are soooo last year.
You will be able to buy and wear a wardrobe especially created for your body with wireless sensors, automated and robotic equipment, with air-condition of course — designed and made by AI.
You will be safe. This is guaranteed by a large scale of drones and camera surveillance that covers every millimeter of the City, guided by AI.
Believing or not, there is a proposal to build a fake moon, created by a fleet of drones, involving live-streaming from space! Well, why not?
Find out more on the Neom official website.
Neom will be independent of the Kingdom’s existing governmental framework, excluding sovereign laws, in regards to taxation, customs, labor laws, and other legal parameters about business. “Sovereign laws” refer to everything related to the military sector, foreign policy, and sovereign decisions, all of which will remain at the government of Saudi Arabia’s discretion.
The legal system of Saudi Arabia is based on Sharia, Islamic law derived from the Qur’an and the Sunnah (the traditions) of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. This means :
- Alcohol (and drugs) is banned, women’s rights are restricted, and homosexuality is illegal.
- Tweeting about Prince can put you in jail for 8 years.
- If you are a woman, you can’t drive a flying car.No public gatherings (parties) at all. Even birthdays.
- Theft is punishable by the amputation of the hands (these days surgically).
- Valentine’s day is forbidden, florists can’t sell red roses on the 14th of Feb, gift shops are forbidden from selling anything heart-shaped, and girls are forbidden from wearing anything red to school.
- If you are a girl at the age of 16 (9 or 12 if your father wants to sell you) you can and will be sold for marriage, and your clitoris will be cut out.
- Criticizing or denying any part of the Quran, Criticizing Muhammad or denying that he is a prophet, Criticizing or denying Allah — is punishable by death.
- Muslim men have sexual rights to any woman/girl not wearing the Hijab.
- A woman or girl who has been raped cannot testify in court against her rapist(s).
- A male convicted of rape can have his conviction dismissed by marrying his victim.
In less than 10 weeks in 2016, 70 individuals were executed by the Saudi government. That’s more than one person every day!
Other then that, it’s awesome to be part of the future. Welcome!
Neom (styled NEOM; Arabic: نيوم Niyōm) is a planned cross-border city in the Tabuk Province of northwestern Saudi Arabia. It is planned to incorporate smart city technologies and also function as a tourist destination.
It is clear that NEOM is a city of MACHINES. A Planned City focused on all manner of mechanical DEVICES and Technologies. Robots, 5G Internet, Fake Moon, High Tech Security and Surveillance, etc.
|Machine The English word machine comes through Middle French from Latin machina,  which in turn derives from the Greek ( Doric μαχανά makhana, Ionic μηχανή mekhane ‘contrivance, machine, engine‘,  a derivation from μῆχος mekhos ‘means, expedient, remedy‘  ).  The word mechanical (Greek: μηχανικός) comes from the same Greek roots.|
|Meaning and origin of the word machine Definition of machine: part of speech: noun Any artificial means or contrivance : an instrument formed by combining two or more of the mechanical powers : an engine : ( fig .) supernatural agency in a poem : one who can do only what he is told .|
|What is a machine? 1. a piece of equipment that does a particular job by using electricity, steam, gas etc 2. a person or animal that does something very effectively 3. the people and things that are used for achieving a particular aim Origin and usage The word machine comes from the Greek word ‘makhana’ meaning ‘device’.|
machination –măk″ə-nā′shən, măsh″- noun
|Machination – definition of machination Define machination. machination synonyms, machination pronunciation, machination translation, English dictionary definition of machination. n. 1. The act of scheming or plotting. 2. A crafty scheme or cunning design for the accomplishment of a sinister end.|
|Synonyms of MACHINATION Synonyms for MACHINATION: conspiracy, design, intrigue, plot, scheme|
contrive– kən-trīv′ – intransitive verb
contrived – kən-trīvd′ adjective
|Contrivance Definition & Meaning The meaning of CONTRIVANCE is a thing contrived; especially : a mechanical device. How to use contrivance in a sentence.|
device – dĭ-vīs′ – noun
|Device Definition & Meaning device: [noun] something devised or contrived: such as plan, procedure, technique. a scheme to deceive : stratagem, trick. something fanciful, elaborate, or intricate in design. something (such as a figure of speech) in a literary work designed to achieve a particular artistic effect. masque/mask, spectacle. a conventional stage practice or means (such as a stage whisper) used to achieve a particular dramatic effect. : a piece of equipment or a mechanism designed to serve a special purpose or perform a special function; smartphones and other electronic devices; a hidden recording device|
|141 Synonyms of DEVICE Synonyms for DEVICE: artifice, dodge, fetch, flimflam, gambit, gimmick, jig, juggle|
The city – dubbed Davos in the desert when plans were unveiled last month – will be built on twin ideals of technological and ecological innovation, a global mega-hub and a catalyst for the country’s move to a post-oil (and post human) era, part of its so-called Saudi Vision 2030.
The forward thinking and charismatic crown prince has manufactured a unique situation with his plans for Neom — the ability to shape a new international city into whatever form he chooses. But are his plans merely a mirage or do they mark a genuine social and technological progression for Saudi Arabia and the wider region, and what will life be like for Neom’s citizens of the future?
The Industrial Revolution, so far we have had four stages of it. The folks at World Economic Forum and DAVOS are all about Industrial Revolution. They have moved us into stage Four already and they are working on getting us to Stage Five. POST HUMAN ERA. Here we seek this NEOM is being heralded as the “DAVOS OF THE DESERT”. Bringing all the Nomadic Nations up to the level of the INDUSTRIALIZED WORLD and BEYOND!
Industrial Revolution Industrial Revolution, in modern history, the process of change from an agrarian and handicraft economy to one dominated by industry and machine manufacturing. These technological changes introduced novel ways of working and living and fundamentally transformed society.
The Four Industrial Revolutions The first industrial revolution in the late 18th and early 19th centuries focused on the benefits of mechanization where for the first time some animal or human labor could be substituted by mechanical labor. spacer
How did Saudi Arabia get its name?
Published: 21st June 2017 03:33 PM | Last Updated: 21st June 2017 03:33 PM
The Al-Saud dynasty gave its family name to the Gulf Arab monarchy of Saudi Arabia ruled by the sons of founder Abdul Aziz bin Saud. The Al-Sauds trace their origins to the 1700s, when Saud bin Mohammad reigned as a local sheikh in the central Arabian peninsula, the birthplace two centuries later of the only country in the world named after a family. His son Mohammad allied himself in 1744 with a fiery cleric, Mohammad bin Abdul Wahhab, who advocated a return to purist Islam, spreading the doctrine through the might of the sword. Mohammad’s descendants lost control to Ottoman forces in 1818, but six years later the Saud family retook the desert seat of Riyadh only to squabble over the succession. By 1902, Abdul Aziz bin Saud expelled the rival Rashidi clan from Riyadh, at the heart of the peninsula, and set about consolidating his power. Abdul Aziz unified the territories in a series of tribal wars. He took control of the Gulf coast in 1913, expelled Hussein, the Hashemite sharif of Islam’s holy city of Mecca, by 1925, and in 1932 declared himself king of Saudi Arabia. To strengthen his authority, the new king took in marriage the daughters of tribal chiefs. Today, the ruling family totals up to an estimated 25,000 members, including some 200 influential princes. Oil was struck in 1938 in the strictly conservative Wahhabi kingdom, transforming it into one of the world’s richest countries. Abdul Aziz had 45 recorded sons. King Saud succeeded the kingdom’s founder on his death on November 9, 1953. Faisal took over on November 2, 1964 after his half-brother was deposed on charges of corruption and incompetence. Saud died in exile in 1969. The architect of Saudi Arabia’s modernisation, Faisal was assassinated by a nephew in March 1975. The assassin was said to be mentally disturbed.
Khaled, another half-brother, took over and ruled until his death in 1982, when Fahd became king, appointing Abdullah, two years his junior, as crown prince. Abdullah ran the day-to-day affairs of state after Fahd suffered a stroke in November 1995. The popular prince acceded to the throne automatically following the death of his half-brother, despite a 1992 law passed by Fahd which opened the succession to Abdul Aziz’s grandsons and not just his sons. Salman rose to the throne in January 2015, becoming the last of the bloc of brothers known as the Sudairi Seven, after their mother Hassa bint Ahmed al-Sudairi, to rule.
|Saud Meaning, Saud name meaning The name Saud has Air element. Saturn is the Ruling Planet for the name Saud . The name Saud having moon sign as Aquarius is represented by The Water Bearer and considered as Fixed .|
|saud – Etymology 2 [ edit] From syde (“to seethe”) . Noun [ edit] saud m or f ( definite singular sauden or sauda, indefinite plural saudar or sauder, definite plural saudane or saudene ) seething, boiling Etymology 3 Verb saud past tense of syde References “saud” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.|
|saudi – saudi | Etymology, origin and meaning of the name saudi by etymonline Saudi (adj.) 1933 ( Sa’udis ), from Sa’ud, family name of the rulers of Nejd from 18c. and of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 1932. The name is from Arabic sa’d “good fortune, happiness.” With common Semitic national designation suffix -i. Related: Saudi Arabia; Saudi Arabian.|
Saudi king ousts nephew, names son as crown prince
RIYADH: Saudi King Salman ousted his nephew as crown prince on Wednesday and installed his son Mohammed bin Salman — the first of a new generation set for power in a conservative kingdom used to ageing leaders. His appointment completes a gradual removal of powers from Mohammed bin Nayef, 57, who has been fired, with his rise symbolising the hopes of Saudi’s youthful population, more than half of which is under 25. According to a royal decree issued by the official Saudi Press Agency, Mohammed bin Salman, 31, was also named deputy prime minister, and maintains his post as minister of defence. WATCH | Saudi king ousts nephew, names son as Crown Prince His appointment caps a tumultuous two years since Salman, 81, ascended the throne and named the thick-bearded Mohammed bin Salman deputy crown prince, or second in line to the throne. Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran law enforcer well-regarded in the West for his efforts to combat Al-Qaeda, was also fired from his post as interior minister, the decree said. The hard-charging Mohammed bin Salman’s public profile rapidly eclipsed that of the crown prince. Salman had already set a precedent for removal of a crown prince when, in April 2015, he appointed Mohammed bin Nayef and fired Prince Moqren bin Abdul Aziz bin Saud, who had assumed the post under the late King Abdullah. The move left Mohammed bin Nayef as the first of the second generation, or grandsons of the kingdom’s founder, Abdul Aziz bin Saud, in line to lead the Islamic kingdom. With Mohammed bin Salman now poised for the throne, an even younger generation is set for power. As deputy crown prince, he took on an unusual amount of responsibility, most prominently as the main proponent of a wide-ranging plan, Vision 2030, to bring social and economic change to the oil-dependent economy of a country where women’s rights are among the most restricted in the world. He also chaired the Council of Economic and Development Affairs which coordinates economic policy, and oversaw a body overseeing state oil giant Saudi Aramco. It was not immediately clear if Mohammed bin Salman would continue in those roles. As defence minister he holds overall responsibility for the kingdom’s military intervention in Yemen. Saudi Arabia leads a coalition supporting the internationally-recognised Yemeni government against Iran-backed rebels. A foreign diplomat had told AFP on Tuesday that Mohammed bin Nayef was politically “getting weaker, more marginalised”, after continuous chipping away at his powers and influence. spacer Salmon
|Salmon | The amazing name Salmon: meaning and etymology Etymology From the noun שלמה ( salma ), mantle or robe. • Via שלמה ( salma ): Salma, Samlah, Shalmai 🔽 The name Salmon in the Bible|
|Salmon Name Meaning & Salmon Family History Irish: part translation of Gaelic Ó Bradáin ‘descendant of Bradán‘ a personal name probably derived from bradach – ‘spirited‘ but written the same as an Irish word meaning ‘salmon’; the name is also sometimes translated Fisher .|
|Salmon mythology and folklore – Trees for Life The word salmon comes from the Latin salire – to leap. Having returned to the river of their birth after years at sea, salmon determinedly swim upstream to their spawning grounds. It is truly amazing to watch them leaping up a waterfall, getting battered on rocks in the process, and then trying again and again.|
|Salmon: Name Meaning and Origin – SheKnows In Biblical Names the meaning of the name Salmon is: Peaceable; perfect; he that rewards.|
שמל – The Amazing Name Salmon The root שמל (sml) is not used in the Bible as verb, but in Arabic it occurs with the meaning of “to enclose or envelop”, and that’s why scholars assume that the root is שמל (sml) and not שלם (slm). Its derivations, namely, come in both forms:
The unused verb שמל (samal) probably meant to enclose or envelop (it does so in related languages). Noun שמלה (simla) describes an outer mantle or robe. This noun, curiously, also occurs in the form שלמה (salma), which has the two inner letters reversed and rather obviously resembles the familiar root שלם (shalem), meaning wholeness or peacefulness. Note that the until the Masoretes added their vowel points to the Hebrew text, the name Salmon could be easily construed to derive of the root שלם (shalem), from whence from the familiar word שלום (shalom), meaning peace, and names such as Solomon and Absalom.
mantle – măn′tl – noun
|mantle – mantle ( plural mantles ) A piece of clothing somewhat like an open robe or cloak, especially that worn by Orthodox bishops. (Compare mantum.) [from 9th c.] ( figuratively) A figurative garment representing authority or status, capable of affording protection. At the meeting, she finally assumed the mantle of leadership of the party.|
|mantle (n.) Old English mentel “a loose, sleeveless garment worn as an outer covering, falling in straight lines from the shoulders,” from Latin mantellum “cloak” (source of Italian mantello, Old High German mantal, German Mantel, Old Norse mötull), perhaps from a Celtic source, or, if the Latin word is the same word as mantelum, mantelium “a cloth, hand-towel, napkin,” perhaps it is from manus “hand.”Reinforced and altered 12c. by cognate Old French mantel “cloak, mantle; bedspread, cover” (Modern French manteau), also from the Latin source. Figurative sense “that which enshrouds, something that conceals, a covering” is from c. 1300. Allusive use for “symbol of literary authority or artistic pre-eminence” (by 1789) is from Elijah’s mantle (II Kings ii.13). As a layer of the earth between the crust and core (though not originally distinguished from the core) it is attested from 1940. To take (originally have) the mantel (and the ring) was a symbolic act done before a bishop by a widow, indicating a vow of chastity (c. 1400).|
|Mantle (royal garment) A royal mantle, or more simply a mantle, is a garment normally worn by emperors, kings or queens as a symbol of authority. When worn at a coronation, such mantles may be referred to as coronation mantles. Many princes also wear such a mantle.|
|Mantles and Anointings The Hebrew word for mantle is ‘addereth. Definition is glory, cloak, glory, splendour, magnificence (of a vine, shepherds), mantle, cloak made of fur or fine material. prophet’s garment, robe. See ( 1 Kings 19:13 1 Kings 19:19 ; 2 Kings 2:8; 2 Kings 2:13 )|
|Spiritual Mantles From the idea of something that “covers” in the natural, a mantle easily comes to represent spiritual covering also. Mantles usually refer to spiritual authority and anointing. A great example of a spiritual mantle which passed from one person to another is Elijah and Elisha. Elijah was a prophet in Israel and Elisha was his student or disciple.|
|Passing the Mantle: The Cloak, the Call Elisha’s call gives us the idiom “take up the mantle,” which means to pass an office from mentor to student ( 1 Kgs 19:19-21 ). Some see Elijah’s cloak as a magical talisman that gives source to his power. But the cloak is powerful because of the anointing of the prophetic office, not the other way around.|
The dramatic concept of NEOM grew from Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 – a plan to develop the Kingdom into a model of excellence and underline its future prosperity. Vision 2030 contains three pillars:
A Vibrant Society / A Thriving Economy / An Ambitious Nation
The scale and ambition of this special transnational zone is enormous by any measure. The foundation investment will exceed $500 billion and be provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund (who will own it) and independent investors. In its official announcement by HRH the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the grand project was titled:
NEOM – The Destination for the Future
The Kingdom will supervise NEOM via an Authority to be chaired by the Crown Prince. NEOM will become a strategic global hub connecting Arabia with the greatest endeavours of the world. Major global companies and investors will be invited to participate. The Kingdom hopes to receive widespread international support for this amazing opportunity. An invitation is extended to participate in an exciting future.
“With the ambition of becoming one of the world’s future economic and scientific capitals, in addition to being the future commerce capital of Saudi Arabia, NEOM is set to attract new foreign direct investment that will contribute to PIF’s [Public Investment Fund’s] long-term growth strategy aimed at strengthening the Saudi Arabian economy.”
DiscoverNeom (PDF – Press Release Oct 2017 – Official NEOM Site)
Neom Zone will operate as an autonomous region with its own judicial system, labor laws, tax system and governing framework (to the exclusion of sovereign laws such as foreign policy and military strategy). Commercial laws will be based on the finest global standards. This will provide a fair and effective system of governance.
The initiative is aimed at securing a grand and sustainable future for the Kingdom by creating value far beyond its current oil revenue based economy and diversifying into new industries and technology. Moreover, it is expected to provide significant investment opportunities within Saudi Arabia, in turn reducing GDP exodus. It is hoped that NEOM with its intense focus on the best possible human resources and technologies could ultimately generate the world’s highest GDP per capita.
NEOM will be the ultimate Smart City. A perspective on this can be seen on the Smart Cities page. Saudi Arabia is highly focused on creating an honest business and social environment and a level playing field. Such an environment is seen as essential to the future success of Neom Zone.
The zone is intended to help guarantee Saudi Arabia’s future prosperity, and as a major technology and financial center, and as a thriving and modern community, will allow the Kingdom to project itself as an influential regional power. Steffen Hertog, a professor at the London School of Economics has pointed out the similarities with Dubai.
In early November 2017, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud issued a powerful anti-corruption decree to form a new supreme committee led by the Crown Prince. The committee has far reaching powers. The decree includes the statement: “…what we have noticed of exploitation by some of the weak souls who have put their own interests above the public interest, in order to, illicitly, accrue money…” Numerous princes, sitting and former ministers were arrested. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has previously stated that no one is above the law, including princes. The Kingdom regards it as essential to the future of the homeland for any corruption to be eliminated. The crackdown is expected to recover up to $100 billion. A fair and equal justice system could be seen to represent one of the essential pillars needed to underpin the success of NEOM.
In an excellent contemporary western report on the current transformation and excitement in Saudi Arabia, Thomas L. Friedman wrote (in the New York Times) about a trip to the Kingdom in 2017 and a long interview with the Crown Prince himself. The King and Crown Prince had recognized that previous attempts to curtail corruption were ineffective primarily because they had started from the bottom rather than the top. They also recognized its clear and present danger to the Kingdom’s future prosperity. This time – it would be very different, and public support appears to be extremely high.
These genuine and significant efforts to stifle corruption, in tandem with the creation of world-class regulations in NEOM, should go far to improve the work culture in Saudi Arabia and inspire motivation. As briefly described on the Live page, the Kingdom had moved towards Conservatism since about 1979. Now is seen as the time and the place to leap into the future. For the project to succeed, society and the bureaucracy will need a revolution from within – and Prince Mohammed bin Salman may just be the person with the ambition, power and vision to oversee it.
The foundation for a creative culture where the best voices in the Arts and Sciences can intersect and merge will be established. It will be an aspirational society. It will be known as one of the world’s most livable cities. It will be a favoured destination for entrepreneurs and dreamers. It will be a society where progress is nurtured and knowledge pursued.
Saudi Arabia already has a base of female technology experts, and with a high percentage of young people, women and young people are tipped to lead the drive to the Kingdom’s digital future. There is an atmosphere of excitement and a desire for progress and participation in the transformative knowledge economy. Local young entrepreneurs and tech startups will be strongly supported. The reforms and diversification plans are giving young people good reason to be confident about the future.
” ‘There couldn’t be a much better time in terms of unprecedented change,’ said Alswaha [Saudi Minister of Communication and Information Technology Abdullah Alswaha]. ‘The rate of change right now is giving us a unique and a big window to leapfrog into the future.’ ” — ” ‘The excitement and embracing of change is so palpable here,’ said Diane Greene, chief executive of Google Cloud. ‘I’m very optimistic about what’s possible here.’ ”
Women and youth “will drive Saudi Arabia’s digital future”
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The CEO of Blackstone Group, Stephen Schwarzman, speaking at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, said that Saudi Arabia is in the midst of an impressive and orderly rush into the 21st century. He said the reforms and innovations that are being implemented are “things that you find in best practices in other parts of the world”.
NEOM Logo NEOM’s inspiring logo, which can be seen at Discover NEOM, symbolizes its values & vision. Five beautiful curved shapes go around in a rounded pentagon slightly like a flower or a starfish. Each section reflects one of the core pillars: technology, nature, community, sustainability and livability.
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Here you can see that Israel could end up in some really big trouble if they are able to
close of or control access to the Red Sea. The Dead Sea is fed from the Red Sea, with the Mediteranean in Control of the Arab Coalition and the Red Sea Closed to Israel, they would not live long. On another note, or a related one… Do you see the head and neck on the map above? I lightly highlighted it in lime green. I could not figure what that represents in the physical. It looks like female head. Likely the head of the Goddess of the sea. Don’t you think? Thalassa/daughter of Pontus God of the SEA. spacer
Saudi Arabia to build a huge 30-mile bridge across Red Sea to Egypt and invest $4billion in building projects to bolster its neighbour’s struggling economy
There has been long-held suggestions of the construction of a 30 mile bridge, stretching from Ras Nasrani, close to the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh to Ras Hamid in northwestern Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is also expected to sign a $20 billion deal to finance Egypt’s oil needs for the next five years and a $1.5 billion deal to develop its Sinai region.
Saudi businessmen are investing $4 billion in projects including the Suez Canal, energy and agriculture, and have already deposited 10 percent of that sum in Egyptian banks, the deputy head of the Saudi-Egyptian Business Council said this week.
Strategically nestled in a unique spot at Cairo Suez Road between km 46 and km 51 East Cairo, Fringed by bustling cities such as Madinaty, El Shorouk, Cairo New Capital and New Heliopolis. Mostakbal City can be easily accessed via the Regional Ring Road, the Middle Ring Road and Cairo Suez Road. Offering easy access to Egypt’s top-educational institutions such as, the American University In Cairo and Road 90’s lively happenings, providing direct access to New Cairo Capital’s fast train station and International Airport. The city also enjoys a strategic location just 45 minutes away from Al Ein El Sokhna. spacer Mostakbal City – Latest Construction Updates – 2022
Founded in 2006 to defy convention in sustainable development, El Mostakbal For Urban Development is one of Egypt’s largest and leading master developers specialized in introducing world-class urban concepts that put innovation at their heart. Since its inception, the company has adopted an optimistic vision of the future where architecture, urbanism and nature expertly find a new kind of balance to inspire residents and developers alike. By putting sustainable economic value and green living at its philosophy’s forefront, El Mostakbal focuses on expansive urban planning that responds to the local environment, as well as combining the diverse needs of developers under one roof.
Consequently, the company strives to create a comprehensive model that not only invites developers to operate in state-of-the-art contexts enriched with top-notch services, but also attracts communities to enjoy an authentic quality life, shaping a better, sustainable tomorrow for everyone. In 2008, El Mostakbal’s commitment to exceptional quality has been crowned by sponsoring the Housing Minister’s decree to become the sole master planner and urban developer of Egypt’s largest green mega city and its flagship masterpiece Mostakbal City. From comprehensive urban planning and designing the city’s key guidelines to securing governmental approvals to construct cutting-edge infrastructure spanning safe road networks, self-sufficient electricity and water power stations, as well as gas pipelines, El Mostakbal sets the benchmark in integration that will change the face of Egypt’s real estate industry with an emphasis on sustainability. With an eye for excellence and a pledge to create remarkable investment value, the company relies on contracting leading regional experts in every field, supported by its strategic shareholders expertise to introduce a progressive alchemy that mixes vital ingredients such as living, leisure, entertainment and nature to find the creative freedom that would change the environment to better fit contemporary lifestyles by the year 2020. spacer
|Mustaqbal Mustaqbal (in Arabic مستقبل) or Al Mustaqbal (in Arabic المستقبل), Mustaqbal means future (as a time). May refer to: Al-Mustaqbal (electoral list), an electoral list in the Palestinian territories Al-Mustaqbal (football club), a Libyan football club Al-Mustaqbal (newspaper), a Lebanese newspaper|
|Malaf Al Mostakbal Malaf Al Mostakbal ( Arabic: ملف المستقبل) (also transliterated as Malaf al Mustaqbal)  ( The Future File) has been the title of an Egyptian science fiction series of novels written by Nabil Farouk  and published by Modern Arab Association as a part of Rewayat since the year 1984. 160 titles were published from 1984 to 2009. Contents|
Mostakbal City is considered the first smart green city in east of Cairo with a new concept of modern living, established on extensive marketing studies to satisfy the needs and expectations of the target market of developers and Investors. It includes all the utilities In addition to huge amount of green areas which was planned carefully to give the actuality for sustainable development which meets the needs of the present and the future environment.
MAZAR by Mostakbal City is an exclusive invitation to embark on an inspirational journey through the authentic heritage reinterpreted in a contemporary light. Designed to offer a one-of-a-kind, interconnected experience combining an all-inclusive sense of place, diverse beauty spots and a multitude of soulful experiences, the spine will serve as Egypt’s largest meeting point, boasting arts and culture, world-class dining, innovation hubs and retail attractions —all nestled in an environmentally friendly, lively ambiance. Inspired by original piazzas and rich historical building facades, MAZAR will lure wanderers to explore hidden gems around every corner, spanning manicured gardens, calm grotto’s and infinite spots for social interactions. By seamlessly bending history in the context of a future city, MAZAR will set the benchmark for unique entertainment steeped in culture to inspire generations to come.
Behind the Name: Mazar stands as a symbol of our history as builders and our roots as a nation. We chose Mazar to be the name of our vibrant city center to be a representation of the nature of the place, where gardens are recreated to bring back life into some of our country’s most treasured sites and monuments. Mazar is a tale at the heart of our city, one that tells stories about our past, brings life and vibrancy to our present and paves a way for our future where cities are built for the people.
mazar ( first-person singular present mazo, first-person singular preterite macei, past participle mazado ) ( transitive) to pound, to hammer (to strike repeatedly)
mazar (Spanish): meaning, origin, translation Origin & history Compare Italian ammazzare, Friulian maçâ, Venetian masar, Istriot masà, Occitan massar, cf. also Spanish mazar . Verb ( Sutsilvan) to kill mazar ( Spanish) Origin & history From maza. Compare Portuguese maçar; cf. also Occitan massar, Italian ammazzare . Verb mazar to tenderize (meat) to churn
meaning of mazar in English Find English meaning of mazar with definition and translation in Rekhta Urdu to English dictionary. … Origin: Arabic Vazn : 121 Tags: Satirical. Word Family: z-a-r. English meaning of mazaar. Noun, Masculine. mazar, shrine, tomb, grave, mausoleum; Pictorial Reference.
Mazar Definition & Meaning noun ma· zar | \ məˈzär \ plural -s Definition of mazar : a Muslim shrine or enshrined tomb
Mazar (mausoleum) The shrine of Pir Hadi Hassan Bux Shah Jilani, Duthro Sharif, Pakistan. A mazār ( Arabic: مزار ), or darīh ( ضَرِيْح) in the Maghreb, is a mausoleum or shrine in some places of the world, typically that of a saint or notable religious leader. Medieval Arabic texts may also use the words mašhad or maqām to denote the same concept.
Total area of Mazar: 1000 Feddans Total area of BOA of building: 250 Feddans Total area of landscape and parking: 750 Feddans Total number: 42,000 Cars
DESIGN & CONCEPT
Canopy We use canopies as shelter and to minimize clutter in the streets, they complement building awnings, street trees and the city’s public furniture suite. Separation Device Separation devices perform multiple functions. They keep cars and people apart; they conceal light rail electronics and they may also act as seats. Their design also complements the public domain furniture palette. Rather than being completely solid, they are designed as permeable to ensure the streetscape is visually open and accessible. Wayfinding An information marker is the primary wayfinding device at each stop. These indicate stop locations, names, timetable information and landmarks. Electric Golf Carts Electric golf carts are also a way of transport around Mazar, they allow pedestrians to enjoy their surroundings through defined pathways that have less traffic, and above all they are environmentally friendly and fun to drive. Open Spaces Interaction is encouraged through “Mazar” via an interconnected series of parks with tree-lined boulevards, footpaths and bike trails. Blossoming with native plants, trees act as shade for walkways and cycling paths around the city spine. Parks and plazas maximize Plant Selection We select plants with color, touchable texture and a scent. We consider textural qualities of materials, patterns created by shadows, and fine detailing, designing areas with the main purpose of social interaction. Water Features Mazar offers outdoor seating with views over water features that intensify laughter, relaxation and happiness. Open public spaces like themed parks and opened terraces are found in pedestrianized routes close to water. The sound of water and the excitement that accompanies water activities offers space for reflection and serenity.
The Waterfall The Waterfall is designed after “El Qanater El Khayria” or “The Dams of Welfare” which got its name from the wealth and benefits it brought to Egypt at the time. El Qanater has always been a preferred spot for local and foreign tourists alike, the waterfalls, the nature and the beauty of the scenery along the Nile has made this site a historical monument of unique value. That is why we at Mostakbal City are honoring it with “The Waterfall” a vibrant and lively spot at the heart of Mazar. Area: 500 Feddans The Organica The Organica is designed after “El Zohria Gardens”, one of the most magnificent landmarks in the country. El Zohria’s purpose was to adapt and arrange imported plants coming to Egypt from all over the world, so it houses some of the most valuable and scientifically rare tropical and exotic plants that at one-point part of the garden was made into a research institute for ornamental and botanical gardens. The Organica is our attempt to recreate some of the wondrous floral compositions existing in El Zohria and bring it to Mazar to fill another spot at the center of our city. Area: 9 Feddans The Grotto The Grotto is designed after the “Aquarium grotto garden”, known for its unique and beautiful journey through caves of fish and exceptional greenery and architecture. Between the passages where people can enjoy the various kinds of fish that are present in the garden, they pass through tropical trees from Madagascar, Australia and Thailand. The unique nature of the place makes it a perfect place for festivals and celebrations of different kinds and also a place for peace and relaxation for many visitors. The Grotto will be the rebirth of the original aquarium, as a one of the most peaceful and beautiful spots in Mazar. The Humming The Humming is designed after “El Azbakeya Garden”, which itself was built in 1872 as a replica to some of France’s most beautiful parks and gardens. El Azbakeya was a cultural and entertainment center since its inception. Concerts, theater shows and movie shootings were held there for years. The site is considered an architectural landmark containing trees from countries like Brazil, India and Cuba, and at the center of the garden stands a one of a kind huge white marble fountain, that is an iconic master piece and an Islamic and Coptic monument. We attempt to bring that cultural spirit back to life with “The Humming”, an entertainment center at the heart of Mazar. Area: 4 Feddans The Botanica The Botanica is designed after El Orman Botanical Garden, another historical site that was built in the time of Khedive Ismail. El Orman was built by French designers in 1875 to be a botanical center hosting a wide array of plant species, a rose garden, a rock garden, cactus gardens and possibly it’s most notable feature “The Lotus Pond”. Since it was established many changes has come to the garden and a lot of its area was transformed to schools of agricultural and veterinary medicine and most notable part of the garden is now where the university of Cairo stands. The Botanica attempts to honor this historical site and mimic its details from the pond to the many plant species that is found there. Area: 20 Feddans The Mirage The Mirage is designed after “Prince Mohamed Ali Palace Garden”, another piece of the art by the banks of the Nile. The garden contains many unique plants and floral species from all over the world as the prince himself was keen on making the palace’s gardens a unique collection that houses the rarest plants. The palace itself holds some of the world’s most unique art collections from Europe to some of the best work of Islamic, Ottoman, Moorish and Persian architecture to create an inspiring combination of spatial design. The Mirage is the most royal of all the gardens and is designed to honor the original palace of prince Mohamed Ali with its traditional Islamic design and special plants and decorations. Area:14.4 Feddans The Boutique The Boutique is designed after “El Andalus Garden”, a site that contains a mixture of distinct cultures, human civilizations and breathtaking scenery and nature by the Nile. The park is known for its many statues of Pharaonic figures and one iconic statue of the “prince of poets” Ahmed Shawky, its architecture is a mixture of Andalusian, Arab and Moorish art and it hosts various types of palm trees and of course the famous vine covered pergolas. The Boutique recreates the natural beauty of El Andalus and its breathtaking views and architectural art. Area: 2.25 Feddans The journey begins……
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