Monday, July 28, 2014


You never know where lighting could strike

This expression means: Something as unpredictable as lightning could happen to the thing or event you are referring to.

Sunday lightning stuck in Venice Beach. Many still look upon California, particularly the Pacific coast, as the ideal place to live ... maybe. I don't think there is an ideal place anymore as everything shifts in the sands of time. You never know where lighting will strike. Can you imagine the reaction of those stoned on weed or other substance?

  Lightning strike kills man on Venice Beach, Los Angeles   BBC - July 28, 2014
One man has been killed and several people have been hurt after lightning strikes on crowded Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California.


Sunday night I watched the sci-fi series The Last Ship about a global pandemic.

In what we experience as the real world ... we find the Ebola virus spreading. From the moment I read about Ebola years ago - I was shown that it will become an end time pandemic. There is no known vaccine.

  Second American infected with Ebola   CNN - July 28, 2014
A second American aid worker in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola, according to the Christian humanitarian group she works for.

Dinosaurs and Evolution

Could Dinosaurs Have Survived the Impact that Killed Them?   Live Science - July 28, 2014

  'Fluffy and feathery' dinosaurs were widespread   BBC - July 25, 2014
All dinosaurs were covered with feathers or had the potential to grow feathers, a study suggests. The discovery of 150-million-year-old fossils in Siberia indicates that feathers were much more widespread among dinosaurs than previously thought.

According to the Season 7 premiere of "Ancient Aliens" called "The Reptilians" -- dinosaurs could have evolved into early humans and/or birds. As I have an affinity for Reptilians, it triggered several memories for me. It's probably a metaphor ... like all of reality. The Anunnaki or Sumerian Gods. The Sumerian civilization was a grid insert in recent history.

  Watch the episode.