Tuesday, June 7, 2011


June 7, 2011 - Shavuot Begins at Sundown

Shavuot, The Celebration of Arrival

Politics is a joke. Men generally think with the wrong head.

The truth is coming out everywhere ... starting with ...

Anthony Weiner's Twitter Account

I'm posting this story because one of the areas Anthony Weiner represents is Sheepshead Bay next to my old neighbor, Manhattan Beach, an exclusive beachfront community in Brooklyn.

Weiner faces a cool reception from Democrats   AP - June 7, 2011

AP Sources: Edwards emails acknowledge payments   AP - June 6, 2011

Mars bases? Moon bases? Alien bases and contact with governments for decades? Stargates to Mars and the moon? This all sounds a bit like X-Files, but the truth is out there and will be revealed now. This is all by design and part of a dissemination process to prepare humanity in end times, with resistance from certain governments.

Did an amateur spot secret Mars base?   MSNBC - June 6, 2011

Cue the conspiracies: Australia UFO X-Files 'lost'   MSNBC - June 7, 2011

Sydney newspaper requested the files, but military says they can't be found. After a two-month search in response to a newspaper Freedom of Information (FOI) request, which forces government officials to release documents of public interest, Australia's Department of Defense had been unable to locate the files, the Sydney Morning Herald said.


Chilean volcano grounds flights, coats ski slopes   MSNBC - June 6, 2011

Erupting Chilean Puyehue volcano sent a towering plume of ash across South America on Monday, forcing thousands from their homes, grounding airline flights in southern Argentina and coating ski resorts with a gritty layer of dust instead of snow. Booming explosions echoed across the Andes as toxic gases belched up from a three-mile-long (five-kilometer long) fissure in the Puyehue-Cordon Caulle volcanic complex - a ridge between two craters just west of the Chilean-Argentine border that began erupting Saturday. Winds blew a six-mile-high (10-kilometer-high) cloud of ash all the way to the Atlantic Ocean and even into southern Buenos Aires province, hundreds of miles to the northeast. Authorities in Chile went house to house, trying to persuade stragglers near the volcano to leave because of an increasing danger of toxic gas and flash floods.

Photos from AFP