Thursday, March 1, 2018

Full Moon Pretty and Painful

Not 220,000 miles away. In 1969, Nasholes said it was 209,000 miles away, on the day Nimrod 11 launched, NBC TV. It's neither. Rahu, Moon, Sun, wandering stars...lots of stuff up there. Not rotund rocks, but living spirits. If the moon is allegedly 238,000 miles away from earth, but in 1969 they said it was 209, the heck did they manage to get the ship there and again, allegedly land the Lunar Module, being off 29,000 miles? The Nimrod landings were faked. Get over it, Nasa shills stop being such obvious tards.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The sun is near, and our Father is nearer, in our hearts...

Thessalonians 4


Sunday, February 11, 2018

Why Ojai is a big attraction for me...

  1. It is the only rural community in Southern California that retains old timey beauty and charm.
  2. For the longest time, it was a simple, closed knit, small town. That is until the Hollywood and West Hollywood crowd with all its horrific vices took it over about 6 years ago.
  3. All over is beauty, as it always was. They haven't killed that out yet, though they are trying to over develop the place. So far, that is being stopped. But one day...
  4. The locals are generally good people. it's the satanic transplants that bring their baggage of hate, scorn, and agenda with them that are ruining the place.
  5. The spiritual life in elemental form and higher, is of a higher frequency than most of SoCal. Very much so.
  6. It is just a few miles from the oceans, surrounded by embracing mountain ranges with kindly sentinels.
 And for all the above

1 Corinthians 1

Creek Road by Libbey Park...In SoCal, this is a rarity for an IN TOWN location.

Friday, February 9, 2018

Fire angel after blessing by the VIllage Dork

Taking a picture of the sun, a friend appears.

Yes, our friends like to get into the photography. They're everywhere, all around us. Have to be, given the evil that exists everywhere too. But what they do, as here, is with the permission of the father Yahuah.
I mention angel to ANYONE and they roll their eyes. Even when i produce proof of their existence, same thing.

Colossians 1-1

Mikey the kitty loves the Gibson

As I do and Dad, Yahua, our loving and true Father. I love Him very much.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

5PM, and a visitor visits in trees nearby, view is to the south, complete cloud cover, no sun visible in western sky, sun has set

The visit, briefly, then gone

Never before seen in the dense forest, also, there is the side of the hill behind the those trees
Brightening it up...
And remember, this view is to the exact SOUTH, the sunset, in the WEST to camera right, has already taken place. After sixty seconds of the bright presence...vanished.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Sudarium of Oviedo

Over the centuries, a large piece of linen popularly known as the Shroud of Turin has been the subject of fierce debate as to when it was created and what could cause what appears to be the image of a man on the cloth. Many believe it was the burial cloth of Yeshua of Nazareth and that his resurrection caused the image to become imprinted on the material.

Much less known, but still quite puzzling, is a related and smaller piece of cloth now known as the Sudarium of Oviedo. Some contend that this fabric was the piece of cloth that was wrapped around Yeshua’s head as he lay in the tomb (or while he was dead on the cross). There is actually a biblical basis for this belief: in chapter 20 of the Gospel of John it explicitly says that there was a cloth, separate from the burial shroud, that was used to wrap around Yeshua’s head.
sudarium oviedo
The Sudarium of Oviedo

As with the Shroud, the Sudarium of Oviedo has a colorful history and has its believers and its skeptics. The first mention of its existence occurred in 570CE when the enigmatic sixth-century pilgrim Antoninus of Piacenza claimed the cloth was housed in a monastery near Jerusalem.
Jerusalem was apparently not a safe place for the relic, and it was taken from that city in the 610s just ahead of the invading Persian armies. It was then carried to Spain by way of Northern Africa. It eventually found permanent housing in the northern Spanish town of Oviedo.

Unlike the Shroud, there is no “photographic image” of a human head on the cloth, but some believers have stated that the bloodstains on the Sudarium match up to apparent wounds on the head of the image on the Shroud. Using a method called Polarized Image Overlay Technique, scientists have matched more than 100 bloodstain locations on the Sudarium with identical bloodstain sources on the Shroud. It is also purported that the position of the stains on the cloth shows that the person whose head it covered died in an upright position.

The all-important carbon-dating test estimated the Sudarium to be from the 7th century, but immediately after this result the scientist who performed the tests called them imprecise and stated that further tests were needed to arrive at a definitive dating.

An intensive study by the Investigation Team of the Spanish Centre for Sindonology concludes that the staining on the Sudarium was made in several different body positions, and they created artificial heads to attempt to replicate that stains on the cloth. Their study also found small pointed bloodstains on the section that would have been on the back of the head which believers contend are from the crown of thorns. Another scientist examined the pollen attached to the Sudarium and found examples from Palestine, North Africa, and Spain (but no other European countries).

Interest in the Sudarium as a possible relic and scientific object of study is gaining momentum, even though it is doubtful it will ever equal the interest of the Shroud. There was a conference on the Sudarium in 1994, and further studies are waiting in the wings.

In the meantime, pilgrims and the curious can go to Oviedo’s Cathedral of San Salvador, where the ark containing the Sudarium is displayed year-round and the cloth itself is shown three times a year.

Sudarium of Oviedo” Wikipedia, pulled 4/23/12
The Sudarium of Oviedo”, pulled 4/23/12
“The Sudarium of Oviedo – The Face Cloth”, pulled 4/23/12
The Sudarium of Oviedo and the Shroud of Turin” Mystics of the Church, pulled 4/23/12”

Thursday, January 18, 2018

The Sentinels of Black Star Canyon

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Your Daily Messenger

Me love you long time, so does Dad... No love demons or those seed of satan that seek demons. You are nephilim and you are in love with death and hate life.

Saturday, January 13, 2018


Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world...

John the Baptist, speaking to two of Yeshua's future Apostles as they were abouts the Jordan river one day.

Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world...
John 1:29

Seek Him in all things and He is there as He is part of you, your being, in you the Temple

The Mission of John the Baptist

Crying in the wilderness...
Gifts that keep on giving...

The Mission of John the Baptist

The Baptism of Jesus

Birthday boy...smoke in the valley...Yeshua in our hearts