2012 in review: the double-headed eagle rises

English: Coat of arms of Russia 1917 Français ...

English: Coat of arms of Russia 1917 Français : Blason de la Russie en 1917 Deutsch: Russisches Wappen von 1917 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

My blog had 41,000 views in 2012. 4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. If each view were a film, this blog would power 9.5 Film Festivals.

 

(About 80% of the views to my blog happened in 2012, with nearly a tenfold increase in average views per day.)

Average per Day

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Overall
2009 3 0 1 1 3 4 9 27 14 7
2010 13 7 34 25 13 13 9 12 4 5 2 5 12
2011 6 7 5 15 12 9 22 9 10 17 22 20 13
2012 21 59 115 264 150 143 114 60 78 132 106 105 112
Flag attributed to the Byzantine Empire. This ...

Flag attributed to the Byzantine Empire. This is in fact a very popular modern design, as the double-headed eagle was not attested on flags by contemporary historians, and was never displayed on a golden field (background). It is nowadays most often associated with the Greek Orthodox Church. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Attractions in 2012

These are the posts that got the most views in 2012. You can see all of the year’s most-viewed posts in your Site Stats.

 

However, these 3 posts were among the highest numbers of views in the last 90 days:

The double-headed eagle cults More stats 414
insights on the occult cult of Saturn and the double-headed eagle More stats 240
A conservative analysis of The Powers That Be More stats 222
English: A reproduction of the coat-of-arms of...

English: A reproduction of the coat-of-arms of the Serbian Nemanjic dynasty in the Middle Ages. This work is based on depictions of the Serbian double-headed eagle in the 1339 map of Angelino Dulcert, as well as the coat-of-arms of the Nemanjics’ heir as ruler of Serbia, Stefan Lazarevic, taken from from Ulrich Richental’s 1415 Armorial, as well as other portrayals of the double-headed eagle of the Nemanjic dynasty in Serbian medieval monasteries, etc. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Click here to see the complete report. (the world map showing how many views came form each country is the coolest part of it to me.)

 

The Double Headed Eagle emblem of the Scottish...

The Double Headed Eagle emblem of the Scottish Rite, from the cover of Morals and Dogma. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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