"A £2m, 50-metre sculpture has been commissioned to represent the huge regeneration scheme in north Kent. Five artists have been asked to design a sculpture measuring 50 metres (165 ft) that will be visible from road, rail and air.
An estimated 40 million people a year will ride past it on trains and in cars..."
Oooh, it's so exciting...wonder what they will come up with?
Not this suggestion I'll wager:
Whatever it turns out to be - and we all know its intention is not benign - it is smack on an energy vortex - betya!
~ Thanks J.
"They decided NOT to put the ballots in the vault and the "Seal" does NOT seal the box. Smoke and mirrors in New Hampshire recount."
~ Thanks to Diana for the nods to the bannervid and Charlie item
"It's not a conspiracy theory anymore, folks. Voting fraud is real. It's been real for some time now. It has been used to provide controversial results to many close elections, especially the main event fights in 2000 and 2004. It's so real that it has been the subject of an HBO movie. It's so real, you can find articles about it in the New York Times. The fraud, which comes in the form of electronic voting, is being battled once more because it's again time to select the next President of the United States. The most recent story comes straight out of New Hampshire, home of the first primary election. Read more at: www.nolanchart.com/article1105...
This is absolutely huge news. We're on to the scam...but it's not over. Let us hope that the recounts are conducted with some trust worthy individuals. Far from bribes and threats. This could be the biggest accomplishment in decades. Imagine an honest election.......well let's hope so!
The opening movie clip is from "Land of the Blind"...one of my favs. I remember this very scene the 1st time I watched the film. Some movies just stick with you I guess."
New Blog article:
A new UFO group started by Craig Lowe and Mark Martin in November 2007. Best wishes lads.
(You'll find the link on the UFO links in the right column as well as the events list on the left.)
A forum: Haven't got into it yet myself but it was recommended to me at a meeting last night. Let me know what you think please, if you join.
"NowPublic is a participatory news network which mobilizes an army of reporters to cover the events that define our world."
"Dedicated to exploring phenomena that mainstream science often ignores."
Again I come forth from the writing cave...or was it fifth? .. no matter...
I'm only telling you, and the blog (in a minute), at the moment...I've published the new paperback version of 'In These Signs Conquer' on Lulu. 6" x 9" it is, with a cover by Neil Hague. I've added more information and more pictures.
The reason I'm keeping it relatively quiet for the moment is that I haven't seen a hard copy myself yet. 18 hours a day, 7 days a week since before Christmas has left me a little bit tired and I inadvertently pressed the 'publish button'. I think it's alright but, other than people who collect these sorts of things, it might be best to wait a little while if you want to buy a copy.
If you fancy a closer gander here's the page:
Keep it to yourself for now please.
There is also a hardback version that is almost ready to go: I pressed the right button this time.
Catchin' kicks at Ben Fairhall's:
Those who have heard me yak at conferences will maybe recall (if they weren't snoozin' at the back) my unintentional wandering into the secret world of blue streaks, Men-in-Black and alien entities in Oz linked to a puzzlin' photograph taken on a moor in north-east England.
Well t'other Ben, Ben Emlyn-Jones recently flagged up an interview with the photographer, Jim Templeton on his terrific blog, Hospital Porters Against the New World Order:
Come to think of it...I think I wrote a little about it in 'Dogged Days'.
Here's Ben's latest offering:
And finally for today (Never say 'finally'...because you never know)
From my mate J, in Oz:
...Ahem! Told ya...I meant to add this item too:
It's bloody brilliant! ...and written last night!
When the Goddess talks she don't hang around. It's an anthem.
Spread it around man.
For the lyrics please click here This haunting and epitomic anti-war song, written by Scottish-born Eric Bogle in 1972 and wrung out magnificently by English-born Shane MacGowan, focusses on (the ritual slaughter to the gods of Sumer, close to the site of ancient Troy, that was) Gallipoli. Nearly 350,000 human bodies were offered up, almost 100,000 taken. Countless hundreds of thousands more minds, probably infinite millions, went that way too. Although the title may suggest it is for 'Australians' the song is a lament for all human beings.
(I added the bit in brackets 'case you're wond'ring)
If you can get to the end of this song without a tear in your eye and a much wiser head, then you ain't listening; and until people do that we will never begin to cease from offering our children unto the fires of Moloch.
Latest blog item:
A short noted on the death of Sir Edmund Hillary, who died bold, and its synchronicity with the demonicrat squabbling and barracking in the U.S. between Moab, sorry Obama, and the Dragon Queen.
My apologies for the lack of updates over the past couple of weeks. I have been working on a second edition of 'In These Signs Conquer'.
I hope to resume normal service (as they say) any day now.
Thank you for your patience.