User talk:Guanaco152003

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Andrade Coat of Arms[edit]

I'm an Andrade from El Salvador, now living in Indiana, USA. I was looking at a newer coat of arms, and I noticed snakes and cauldrons and a winged serpent crest. Were the Andrades witches or I don't know sorcerers or something hundreds of years ago? Guanaco152003 00:50, 6 February 2006 (UTC)

Hello Guanaco152003. I do not know the coat of arms you're refering to, but the simbology of Iberian heraldry does not point to witches or sorcerers... The cauldron was a symbol of power (having the possibility to feed lots of people), and the serpent or dragon (winged serpent) are fairly common in European heraldry, namely in Portugal, where they are an important symbol since 1000 BC. Also remember that a specific coat of arms may not have any specific connection with the original coat of arms presented in the Andrade article. The Ogre 11:28, 6 February 2006 (UTC)


I would love your help.[edit]

I know you are interested in christianity, and I recently started a new wiki over at wikicities which is on the subject of christianity. Christian Knowledge Base is the site.

The goal is to have a knowledgebase on christianity from a distinctly "C(hristian)POV" rather than the NPOV. It is not meant to be a mere Christian Encyclopedia, but to foster a real sense of community. I'd like to include things like current events, news, stories, and anything that would add to both an understanding of Christianity, but also its enjoyment. I'm looking for help to build a resource that could really enrich the lives of Christians.

I know you are busy but I am actively seeking new sysops/admins to help me build this site up, and I would be positively thrilled if you could contribute in any capacity whatsoever. nsandwich 05:51, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

"Vandalism" Revert[edit]

Not a problem, Guanaco, just helping out. Sorry for any confusion thast I may have inadvertently caused. Cheers. --HubHikari 13:49, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for your contributions - know anyone to help out on Morazán articles?[edit]

I'm working on articles related to Morazán -- Corinto, Perquín, Museum of the Revolution (El Salvador), Radio Venceremos, and so forth. If you know anyone who could contribute or would be interested in helping, please post to my Talk page. Hope you find many ways to "pitch in"! Lawikitejana 18:50, 15 August 2006 (UTC)

The new portal of El Salvador[edit]

Dearest Guanaco152003,

I have recently created a portal of El Salvador. I was hoping, because of your heritage and Salvadoran-related contributions, that you could help me make the Portal better by adding something I have not already posted. You see, I myself had lived there, but I have not been in the country for a while, so I am writing to you in hopes that you could expand some of the sections (particularly Quotes and News), and others if you wish. I am confident you will make a good decision, so we can bring knowledge of El Salvador to wikipedia, and the world. BashmentBoy 19:47, 27 November 2006 (UTC)BashmentBoy


Thank you so much for your polite response. If you'd like to, I would appreciate it if you helped me with the "Quotes" Section (perhaps you could include sayings from Roque Dalton, Fernando Llort, Ana Maria, Farabundo Marti, Tony Saca or other people that have made comments about El Salvador) and "News" (which I am having a very hard time finding). You can also choose any Salvadoran-related biography, article, or picture (with its article) that you want, and post it. BashmentBoy 06:35, 3 December 2006 (UTC)BashmentBoy

Update[edit]

Dear Guanaco152003,

I have finally been able to visit La Prensa Grafica's website, laprensagrafica.com. This is a very good place to find news. From now on, the news section in the El Salvador portal will be updated more frequently than the rest (instead of once a week, we might try once every three days). Thought you'd might like to know. BashmentBoy 21:19, 1 February 2007 (UTC)BashmentBoy


The Latin-American Wikipedia Meeting[edit]

"Latin-American Wikipedians,unite us!"
Latin America:one world,one dream!!

Hi wikipedian!Today I'm going to talk you about a new proposal that can to advantage you and many other users of Latin America.

You,that is from Latin America (second your userbox),already shall to have observed the importance of the Wikimedia Frojects in the region.Only Wikipedia represent 40% of the internet access[1].With every this importance,why don't we make a big meeting?

Of this idea,was borned the proposal for a Latin-American Wikipedian Meeting.Various Wikipedists has Latin-American users and this is a proposal of a culture and ideas interchange,that can be help all projects.Above this,comtemplate to help in the formation of new WMF chapters in Latin America.

The main page and the talk page is originally in English,with translations in Dutch,French,Portuguese and Spanish(NOT YET).

Tosão (talk) 18:30, 22 December 2008 (UTC)


ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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Talkback[edit]

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Hello, Guanaco152003. You have new messages at Talk:Andrean High School.
Message added 05:23, 2 March 2016 (UTC). You can remove this notice at any time by removing the {{Talkback}} or {{Tb}} template.

John from Idegon (talk) 05:23, 2 March 2016 (UTC)

ArbCom Elections 2016: Voting now open![edit]

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