Sunday, January 22, 2017

Paleo diet

I am trying to go paleo, but it's hard.  I love sweet grilled or steamed pork, blackened beef and spicy
Buffalo Chicken wings.   So I got (from Amazon) a piece of ancient amber with a piece of mastidon bone barrow.  I gene spliced

the mastidon genes for muscle on to a chromosome from an ordinary black angus cow ovum.  We are expectiong.  Might be amazing.  Paleo meat from a local cow!  Pray for our sucess,  for we are playing God.

Unmatched Socks...solved!

Where are they?
All those missing, unmatched socks?
Well, since it was a slow week of Witch Hunting, we thought about it.
A year ago, I had six pairs of leather, and six pairs of black rubber work gloves.
Now, I have eleven gloves, all left hand.  I think the right hand gloves are kidnapping and raping the unmatched socks!
And my wife has yellow rubber cleaning gloves, nine of them, all left hand!  So it's not just happening to socks, it's happening to hosiery too!!


Take all your personalities to see it:

Friday, January 13, 2017

Wolf FULL m00n hunt for the Spirit of Elli Kedward

Went from Burkettsville to Coffin Rock at 10pm January 12th.

No luck, except we did capture a 30 pound all BLACK CAT.  Pulled all it's teeth and let it go.

That cat will not drive anymore small critters to extinction;


The Knights Templar were arrested on Friday, October 13, 1307.
The Knights Templar were a religious order of unmarried men, formed around A.D. 1119 to defend the Kingdom of Jerusalem and protect Christian pilgrims during the Crusades.
The Templars were created by this organization called the Priory of Sion to excavate in Jerusalem and find information about the bloodline of Christ. What they found instead was; Says Mark in the Book of Mark, "Mary Magdalen carried the gospel forward and motivated the disciples, not John."
Over the next two centuries, Christians donated their land and their money to the order (as was common with religious societies), making the knights powerful financiers.
The Templars continued passing around money and land until 1307, when the French King Philip IV, who was running low on funds, decided to go after theirs.
“The standard accusation against your political enemies in the early 14th century was to accuse them of being involved in heresy.
Quite unimaginatively, Philip IV chose heresy. And on Friday the 13th, he had some of the Templars arrested for it.
It’s important to note that the King of France, not Pope Clement V, accused the Knights Templar of heresy. Even so, the Pope disbanded the order since the whole heresy mess defiled it.
The Knights of the Illuminati rescued those not arrested, and through Spain, took them and their original gospels and artifacts to islands between Norway and Scotland.
The Norwegians knew how to get to a new world beyond the far and wide reach of the ROMAN Catholic Church and with funding from the Scottish mason William St Clair, (William Sinclair) 3rd Earl of Orkney, Baron of Roslin, they fled to Newfoundland
Above from:The United Religious and Military Orders of St. John of Jerusalem, Palestine, Rhodes, Malta and the Temple.


Search for the Holy Grail

Viking presence at a remote site, called Point Rosee by researchers, in Newfoundland. If confirmed, the site would be the second known Viking settlement in North America. Credit Greg Mumford
A thousand years after the Vikings braved the icy seas from Greenland to the New World in search of timber and plunder, satellite technology has found intriguing evidence of a long-elusive prize in archaeology — a second Norse settlement in North America, further south than ever known.

The new Canadian site, with telltale signs of iron-working, was discovered last summer after infrared images from 400 miles in space showed possible man-made shapes under discolored vegetation. The site is on the southwest coast of Newfoundland, about 300 miles south of L’Anse aux Meadows, the first and so far only confirmed Viking settlement in North America, discovered in 1960.

Since then, archaeologists, following up clues in the histories known as the sagas, have been hunting for the holy grail of other Viking, or Norse, landmarks in the Americas that would have existed 500 years before Columbus, to no avail.

Magnetometer readings later taken at the remote site, called Point Rosee by researchers, a grassy headland above a rocky beach an hour’s trek from the nearest road, showed elevated iron readings. And trenches that were then dug exposed Viking-style turf walls along with ash residue, roasted ore called bog iron and a fire-cracked boulder — signs of metallurgy not associated with native people of the region.

In addition, radiocarbon tests dating the materials to the Norse era, and the absence of historical objects pointing to any other cultures, helped persuade scientists involved in the project and outside experts of the site’s promise. The experts are to resume digging there this summer.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016


Winter Full M00n

Meet at Gathland State Park entrance at 12:01 a.m.
 Tuesday December 13th.