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The Pythia – Priestess and Oracle of Ancient Delphi.

The Pythia (or Oracle of Delphi, on the left) was the priestess who held court at Pytho, the sanctuary of the Delphinians, a sanctuary dedicated to the Greek god Apollo. Pythia were highly-regarded, for it was believed that she channeled prophecies from Apollo himself, while steeped in a dreamlike trance. Originally the god was channeled only once a year, but at the height of its popularity up to three Pythiai were known to hold office. The sanctuary at Delphi was constructed in the 8th century BC, and the final prophecy given around AD 393, after the Roman Emperor Theodosius ordered the closure of all pagan sanctuaries. The man at the right is called the prophètès. He was the intermediate between the Pythia and the person who had a question.
What is Pythia, the application?
Pythia Predictive Analytics is developed as an aid in predictive computer models and decision support tools for assessing environmental change, the effects of both human and natural influences in processes, on the environment, and the integrated management of natural and cultural resources as well in production facilities and services.
What is Prophetes, the application?
Prophetes is an application the serves as an intermediate between sensor output and Pythia and other applications, such as ThingSpeak. It alse serves as a warning system for critical process parameters. See the Prophetes pages for details.

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