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  1. A kind of spectacular storm moving across the English Channel The first image was taken about an hour ago , but since then it's moved into southern England.
  2. The above post left out this bit. The man's full name is Salman Ramadan Abedi. Following up unity's post of Cern /Lupercalia which I recognise as coming from a Ra Castaldo video. Ra says he is from the Etruscan lineage and posts some very interesting material. His latest:
  3. A little bit more , possibly repeating , after I talked to a friend. " So, our Manchester suicidebomber is 22 years old. He kills 22 people in a stadium holding 22 thousand during the 22nd hour of the 22nd day of the month. Absolutely all coincidental. Manchester Ariana Grande is 22 letters. The name Ariana is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Ariana is: Holy.Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. Ramadan 2017 began in the evening of Friday, 26 May and ends in the evening of Saturday, 24 June Dates may vary.
  4. thansk unity, just downloaded that vid Odd activity the last couple of days. The current map shows intense activitiy in a triangular shape with one corner centred antipodal Christchurch. Storms in the Tasman too..
  5. The 24th -referring to the Mithraic calendar. Today is Feast of the Ascension and according to an "expert on the Mayan calendar" 24 may is more significant than 21st December, 2012. Thst's on Gloop so it must be true. Personally I think the Mayan calender does provide the basis for the overall schemata, but for the moment its beyond me. May 24 is an Ascension of Mohammed day. May 25 is also Ramadan and a supermoon, in fact 2017's closest and largest supermoon. CERN and May 25 I've been tracking Europe and other areas recently too (back in a bit) Quite intyense activity in the Tasman Sea lately.. May 24 (last night about 2 am)
  6. Just found this from a thread on Gloop. " How to Lower “Bad” Cholesterol Naturally Fortunately, there are simple strategies that can help you regulate your cholesterol. Besides eating healthy and excising regularly, you can add these things to your daily regime: Eat One Avocado a Day. Avocados are an excellent source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat. Take Lemongrass Essential Oil.In 1989, the medical journal Lipids (study details) published the results of a study from the Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Wisconsin which investigated the lowering effects of Lemongrass oil on serum cholesterol levels. Use Cinnamon. The scientists found that cinnamon can help lower blood sugar, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. In a study on 60 type-2 diabetes patients, it was found that ¼ tsp or 1g of cinnamon was capable of reducing triglycerides by 23-30%, blood sugar by 18-29%, total cholesterol by 12-26% and LDL cholesterol by 7-27%. Diabetes runs in the family, so a long time ago I looked at this matter not too deeply I'll admit. I subsituted organic honey for sugar in the early 70s: I still eat organic sugar in chocolate, the occasional Jaffa and sometimes other sources of processed sugar at a minimal level. What I read back then was that honey went straight to the blood stream not placing a strain on the pancreas, which with processed sugar has to strip nutrients to compensate. Lately-it's bloody cold here and my place is too big and concrete to keep warm so I don't even try ro use heating, I've been taking a cinnamon, honey, milk combo at night to help me sleep.It works. teh cinnamon, which bad been sitting in the cupboard for ages, as an Intuition....,maybe my blood sugar is off , apart from the sleep issue? I think , when it comes to "sugars" there are many different sorts not at all having the same effects. Richard Allan Miller , who seems to really know his plants, says you can get all your sugar from fruits and vegetables.
  7. In reference to today's ariana Grande Event in Manchester-I've already posted on the Shouts thread, but thought I'd supplement that with a look at the Roman (Persian) festivals Manchester derived its name from Mamucium, the Roman name for the 1st century-settlement and fort. Mamucium itself is a Latinised form of the Celtic meaning "breast-shaped hill". The Latin name for Manchester is often given as Mancuniun. Today specifically : Tubilustrium – May 23 To Vulcan, who is responsible for the making of the sacred war trumpets (tubas). In the Hall of the Shoemakers a female lamb was sacrificed and Salii, the twelve youths who were leaping priests of Mars, danced through the streets.
  8. Possible explosions at Manchester (back in 2) Ariana Grande ("great") (Ariana is a feminine Persian name and stands for the land of Aryans. Arianna and Ariane are the two most common variations. Alternate? Ariana is derived from the name Ariadne. Meaning & History Means "most holy", composed of the Cretan Greek elements αρι (ari) "most" and αδνος (adnos) "holy". In Greek mythology, Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos. She fell in love with Theseus and helped him to escape the Labyrinth and the Minotaur, but was later abandoned by him. Eventually she married the god Dionysus. The constellation Corona Borealis was sacred to her. He says Ariadne means ‘most holy’. She was also the daughter of the moon-goddess Pasiphae. In the course of his wanderings, Dionysos discovered the forlorn Ariadne on Naxos and they fell madly in love with each other and married. As a marriage present he gave her a golden crown, enriched with gems. When Ariadne died, Dionysos threw the diadem into the heavens forming the constellation Corona Borealis, the Northern Crown. Manchester Arena 'explosions': Two loud bangs heard at Ariana Grande gig as police confirm fatalities and several injured People attending the concert fled in panic on hearing the noises - some in tears and some bleeding
  9. Over about the five days or so there have been consistent lightning storms in Germany, running roughly south to north in the Hanover region near Luxembourg, which is mentioned in Robb's book as being part of the Celtic grid. Ther are basically three area where storms happen: Europe, Australasia and, at the moment the central United States. Australasia has been a little odd recently with storms off the southern coast and the south west central area. NZ? Always an odd place and checking this morning on Europe noticed that the exact antipodal area to Christchurch, at least by Lat and Long was covered by a storm. And this later in the day. More earthquakes? Oh well. Differing accounts of magnitude from 5.5 to 4.2 (on globalincidentmap) P.s Tabby's Star, which I thought fitted in some way to the Mithraic Year map has apparently gone into "flickering" phase .
  10. Thanks breezy. a friend and I have been discussing this. Recent information fro m their Visitor, which I'm putting up for anyone on Chani living in the South Island: "he said "hello" in a digitised or disguised or translated sort of voice, then I saw a shadowy figure a few feet away. About 5 feet high, broad, stocky, not much neck, covered in some kind of garment or close-fitting suit. I asked my man if he found it difficult to navigate through the wind and rain to get to me, as a sort of joke. He was obviously teleported to me. He replied that the atmospheric conditions are irrelevant. The whole section from the bottom left to the top left is critical.(ED of the South Island) The temperatures the whizzkids have found 800m down are VERY significant. The ET people have obviously known this for generations and consider it necessary to have a continuous presence on site. Perversely the West Coast will probably fare a lot better than most people think, and somewhere like Hokitika one of the few places worth living in I think the Alpine Fault will go bang so hard it damn near splits the whole Island. Dunedin will be wiped out. Helps to explain profitable Cadbury closing down and various other issues.
  11. Anecdotally. During the earthquakes here in the latter stages, when activity was sting down, I got into a conversation with a woam who lived in New Brighton , on the east coast of Christchurch city. She told me she'd seen a "craft" in the sky: this must have been about 2014. When I said "was it a black triangle with lights at the corner?" she said "yes! how did you know?" (a guess: there was so much utter weirdness going on). She witnessed one other incident: a very loud bang at daown, and when she went out noticed to army personnel, One on ac ontrolled hang glider, the other in communication with the flyer on the ground as they seemed to be looking for something along the coastline. We had a couple of other conversations but althiugh we're still friendly she refuses to have anything else but a superficial chit chat now. Other aerial "bangs" have been heard in the area, by others.
  12. Increased activity in Spain /Portugal s well as minor storm near Bern. CERN? Arona has been host to the Arch of Baal recently ( I missed this damnit) With the G7 Culture Summit just around the corner, a copy of the Monumental Arch of Palmyra has been installed in piazza della Signoria from March 27 to April 27, 2017. The installation coincides with the G7 Summit, held in Palazzo Vecchio on March 30 and 31, 2017, as a symbol of the rebirth and reconstruction of humanity’s cultural heritage, continually at risk from the dangers of humankind and nature. Concurrently, the Palazzo Vecchio is hosting a three-way dialogue between the Chimera di Arezzo, an Etruscan bronze statue found in Arezzo in 1553, a sketch of the Chimera by Baccio Bandinelli and Bandinelli’s bust of Cosimo I. Arona.......on the unmarked part of the red line..
  13. A couple of hours or so after I took the above screen shot lithning stormms resumed in Europe: ver mild storms in the Tryhennian Sea and south Italy area. Still not much activity. Google's latest: A recent video by BPEarthwatch mentions Naples/ Vesuvius , reminding me of the original images that Blue ET and others examined a long time ago And this odd (to me: predictive programming?) post from Science daily May 16 From where will the next big earthquake hit the city of Istanbul? Researchers estimate that it will happen in the East of the metropole Date: May 16, 2017 Source: GFZ GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam, Helmholtz Centre Summary: Scientists reckon with an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 or greater in this region in the coming years. The extent of such seismic threat to this Turkish city of Istanbul actually depends on how strongly the tectonic plates are entangled and on the exact nucleation point of the earthquake. A team of researchers now presents a study indicating that the next major earthquake is more likely to originate in Istanbul's eastern Marmara Sea. ADD Another one of these "bursts' Courtesy of badhairday on Gloop...
  14. In the What! category. Absolutely NO lightning storms in Europe at present, and only a mild one in Libya.
  15. It does make sense to me unity, and probaly quite a few other people here on Chani. I lived with Japanese for a year and noticed two things-shape of nose with many (which looked quite European )and skin colour, which while it was a browny colour had a lemony white undertone, which I didn't see in other Asians. Not much time but here's today's lightning storms. Odd locations