Saturday, October 22, 2011

More Good News

Yes, was about the death of Gadhafi ...

  Obama: Iraq war will be over by year's end; troops coming home   CNN - October 21, 2011

President Barack Obama on Friday announced that virtually all U.S. troops will come home from Iraq by the end of the year -- at which point he can declare an end to America's long and costly war in that Middle Eastern nation.

A Job for Every Veteran: Let's Give Them the Homecoming They Really Deserve   Huffington Post - October 21, 2011

People around the world breathed a sigh of relief today as President Obama announced that he would keep his campaign commitment to wind down the war in Iraq. And families across our country are overjoyed that they will have their loved ones home for the holidays.

  Did President Obama want American military troops to remain in Iraq?   AP - October 21, 2011

Why did President Barack Obama announce Friday that he has decided to end the American troop presence in Iraq by the end of the year? The United States had been negotiating with Iraqi leaders for months on a possible continuing military presence in Iraq. But the negotiations stalled over a key hitch: Iraqi leaders refused to comply with Washington's insistence that any American forces serving in Iraq be granted legal immunity in that country.


Trio of US Quakes Includes Largest Ever Recorded in Texas   Live Science - October 21, 2011

Over the past 48 hours, small earthquakes have rocked various parts of the United States, including the largest ever recorded in Texas by the United States Geological Survey. The quakes, in San Francisco, San Antonio and Hawaii, are unrelated, seismologists said. No casualties have been reported after the quakes. "We have lots of earthquakes; it's common, really nothing out of the ordinary. None of the quakes are very big," said Paul Caruso, a geophysicist at the National Earthquake Information Center. "They are totally separate faults and in no way related at all."

What's the Largest Earthquake that Could Strike the United States?   Live Science - October 21, 2011

Several earthquakes struck the United States Friday (Oct. 22), including a 4.0-magnitude quake near San Francisco, Calif., a 4.8-magnitude temblor in central Texas, and a 3.2-magnitude quake in Hawaii. Though experts say the small burst of seismic activity on U.S. soil isn't all that unusual, it has likely led some people to wonder how much worse things could get. Extremely powerful earthquakes could happen in two places in the United States, scientists say: the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Geophysicists estimate that the Cascadia Subduction Zone, an intersection of tectonic plates just off the northwestern coast that stretches from the northern tip of California up to Canada, is capable of generating an earthquake with a magnitude as high as a 9.0.

Scorpio, Orionids, Orion, (Orion and Scorpio are Egypt)

Orion has important mythological connections with the journey of humanity, some people feeling they lived on Mintaka - one of the Belt Stars of Orion - in a past/parallel life. Ancient Egyptian claimed their gods came from there and there is a sense that this is where we all come from.

Throughout the world there are numerous ancient sites that align with Orion.

    he most famous is the Giza Plateau in the layout of the three Great Pyramids of Egypt.

    the ancient city of Pyramids of Teotihuacan in central Mexico established in 100 BC.

    the layout of the ancient Hopi villages in the American southwest

    The Thornborough Hengesa neolithic complex in North Yorkshire, England that date from between 3500 and 2500 BC. - this monument complex has been called 'The Stonehenge of the North'.

It's all a geometric puzzle coming together.