Thursday, January 17, 2013

Firefox OS .

The best web browser we have ever seen – Mozilla Firefox.

Will launch its own OS for mobile devices.

Features :

 New Web standards :

  Firefox OS will produce an  implementation of these new Web standards to free mobile platforms from the encumbrances of the rules and restrictions of existing proprietary platforms.

 Freedom from proprietary mobile platforms
We’re collaborating with OEMs and carriers directly, giving them more influence to meet the specific needs of their users and market. Users and developers aren’t locked in to one platform, so they can access their info and use apps across multiple devices.

 Customization for OEMs and operators

 OEMs and operators will be able to provide content and services across their entire device portfolio, regardless of OS. And they will be able to customize user experiences, manage app distribution and retain customer attention, loyalty and billing relationships.



Opportunities for developers

Using HTML5 and the new Mozilla-proposed standard APIs, developers everywhere will be able to create amazing experiences and apps. Developers will no longer need to learn and develop against platform-specific native APIs.


Now the most important thing we all like the most :- Consumer freedom

Consumers who use devices powered by Firefox OS won’t be locked into one specific platform giving them 

Want to experience the Firefox OS :

all you need to do is download the simulator which mozilla group made available for developers you can get it from this link  : click here !! 

 Though it’s not technically a 1.0 release, the simulator will make it easier for developers to stay current with future updates to Firefox OS. It's easy to install—all you have to do is download(click here !!)the file from Mozilla and then right-click and open it up in the latest version of Firefox. The browser will then install the Simulator as an add-on. Once it's finished, you'll be able to launch the simulator yourself with a one-click button.

Firefox OS website 
ars techies

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Krampus-The christmas Beast

Evil bells..evil spells…curse all the way…..
Evil clause is sneaking around to kill and slay……….

Did you know that our Santa Clause had a Evil brother ???

If you didn’t  then explore this article………

Krampus the Evil clause

Unknown to most parts of Asia and North and South America, Krampus the beast of Christmas and also regarded as the evil brother of Santa clause is a beast form folklore of the Alpine. Its thought that Krampus punishes the bad children while St.Nicolas(our very own Santa) rewards the good kids with presents.

Who is Krampus ???

The Krampus is regarded as the Evil clause and sometimes as the evil brother of our good Santa. In most of the exaggerating stories he is depicted to be very angry and often taking away the children’s Fathers and sometimes eating them.

Krampus has the physique which resembles the half goat-half man Satyrs form the Greek Mythology. It is believed that the tradition of donning the costume of Krampus came about as part of a coming of age ritual for young men. They would be sent off into the forest/mountains with not much more than a small sack of provisions - similar to many coming-to-manhood traditions still found in various iterations all over the world. He comes back down to the village after his time in the wild dressed as Krampus, embodying the wild spirit he took with him from this time living as a wild animal in the woods. Attempting to frighten young children was a test of the mettle of the children of the village, and also part of their coming-of-age process to demonstrate their bravery in front of the horned man from the mountains

How does he look like ???

Krampus is often shown as an ugly evil goat faced beast with red eyes and long tongue rolling out. He also carries chains (representing as devil in eye of the Christian church) sometimes bells also.

Krampus scaring the hell out of Kids
In Austria and Hungary during Christmas, people dress up a Krampus and roam the streets during night and often swat the children with whip but in mythology he is shown to be carrying a branch of birch and not a whip. He also appears with a Washtub!!!! Or a sack which represents the portal to hell or a cart in which Krampus can drown or kill and eat the children.

Krampus Greeting Card
But what do you know , in these modern days the people have changed this ferocious crul beast into cupid like !!!!!    and are even publishing special greeting card based on him.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Coming soon.....

Plans for this December :

Ever heard of the Evil brother that our beloved Santa Clause had ?
find out in Adis Arcane this December.

Thursday, November 8, 2012


after a hell of time with DNS problems Adis Arcane is Back with full energy !!!!!!!!!!

Thursday, October 25, 2012



Samael the angel of good and evil ,he is a destroyer and creator  is considered to be a important archangel in Talmudic lore . He is also considered to be a patron of Roman Empire and also the guardian angel of the Esau.

Different Legends and Samael’s Role

Often in legends he is a member of the Heavenly Host with creative and destructive powers, but considered to the Satan and chief of all evil spirits in New Testament.
Tree of Life - The 10 Heavens
In Jewish lore he is the Angel of Death. He is one of the Lord’s Seven servants even though he appears to do evil things. As a good angle he resides in the seventh heaven, although he is considered to be the ruler of the fifth heaven.

110 of the Talmud speaks of Samael as Esau's guardian angel. In Sotah 10b, Samael is Esau's guardian angel, and in the Sayings of Rabbi Eliezer, he is charged with being the one who tempted Eve, then seduced and impregnated her with Cain. Though some sources identify Gadreel(Azazel) as the angel that seduced Eve, other Hebrew scholars say that it was Samael who tempted Eve in the guise of the Serpent. Samael is also sometimes identified as being the angelic antagonist who wrestled with Jacob, and also the angel who held back the arm of Abraham as he was about to sacrifice his son.

According to "The Ascension of Moses" (Chapter IV - Aggadah - The Legend of The Jews - By Louis Ginzberg) Samael is also mentioned as being in 7th Heaven:

“”………In the last heaven Moses saw two angels, each five hundred parasangs in height, forged out of chains of black fire and red fire, the angels Af, "Anger," and Hemah, "Wrath," whom God created at the beginning of the world, to execute His will. Moses was disquieted when he looked upon them, but Metatron embraced him, and said, "Moses, Moses, thou favorite of God, fear not, and be not terrified," and Moses became calm. There was another angel in the seventh heaven, different in appearance from all the others, and of frightful mien. His height was so great, it would have taken five hundred years to cover a distance equal to it, and from the crown of his head to the soles of his feet he was studded with glaring eyes, at the sight of which the beholder fell prostrate in awe. "This one," said Metatron, addressing Moses, "is Samael, who takes the soul away from man." "Whither goes he now?" asked Moses, and Metatron replied, "To fetch the soul of Job the pious." Thereupon Moses prayed to God in these words, "O may it be Thy will, my God and the God of my fathers, not to let me fall into the hands of this angel………..””
In The Holy Kabbalah (Arthur Edward Waite, 255), Samael is described as the "severity of God", and is listed as fifth of the archangel of the world of Briah. Samael is said to have taken Lilith as his bride after she left Adam. According to Zoharistic cabala, Samael was also mated with Eisheth Zenunim, Na'amah, and Agrat Bat Mahlat — all angels of sacred prostitution.

Samael is sometimes confused in some books with Camael, an archangel of God, whose name means "He who sees God".Also " He who is like God " . Kemo (Like), (El), God. Aramaic/Hebrew.

It is also said that the Baal Shem once summoned Samael, to make him do his bidding. (Tales of the Hasidim, by Martin Buber. Book 1, page 77.)

In Gnosticism

In the Apocryphon of John, found in the Nag Hammadi library, Samael is the third name of the demiurge, whose other names are Yaldabaoth and Saklas. In this context, Samael means "the blind god", the theme of blindness running throughout gnostic works. His appearance is that of a lion-faced serpent. In On the Origin of the World in the Nag Hammadi library texts, he is also referred to as Ariael.

In anthroposophy

To anthroposophists, Samael is known as one of the seven archangels: Saint Gregory gives the seven archangels as Anael, Gabriel, Michael, Oriphiel, Raphael, Samael and Zachariel. They are all imagined to have a special assignment to act as a global zeitgeist ('time spirit'), each for periods of about 380 years. Since 1879, anthroposophists posit, Michael has been the leading time spirit. Four important archangels are also supposed to display periodic spiritual activity over the seasons: Raphael during the spring, Uriel during the summer, Michael during the autumn, and Gabriel during the winter. In anthroposophy, archangels may be good or evil; in particular, some of their rank are collaborators of Ahriman, whose purpose (anthroposophists believe) is to alienate humanity from the spiritual world and promote materialism and heartless technical control.

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