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Saturday, 28 April 2012

The Hunger Games film

Just thought I would mention my thought on the movie which I saw recently. I like Horror, Disaster films, best, which also includes Sc Fi. I had read the reviews, and since it had been given glowing reports, it could well been my type of film, I should have known better after doing the same thing with the Blair Witch Project, I never seem to agree with glowing reports, except the case of 2012 not the Cartoon. Wonder if reviewers were drunk, or high on something. Still cannot figure out what they saw in it. I know everyone's taste is different but really, I never saw a film that bored me more, I could not wait for it to end. The only bright point was it was rented, not seen in a cinema, which would have cost an arm and a leg. Pity I could not get money back due to false pretences by the film makers. It is bad when you are sitting wishing, the Heroine and Hero, would hurry up and get killed quickly, so as the film would end sooner, by the time it did finish, I was including the writer and Director in that thought. Unless I am just total out of touch what the everyone else considers a good film, in that case I will be happy to remain in a minority of one. If they wish they can do sequels but I will not be watching them. Give me Freddy ( Friday 13th ) any day, they may go on to Doomsday, (It does seem like it) but at least your can watch and enjoy them lol love Rosemary

Dream Vision ?

Came across this post on a site asking for Dream requests about 2012, just seem to strike a chord with me. Not sure why or for what reason. So I have copied it and reposted here as you know if I get a feeling I just do it. The answer will be made clear later either to me, or the person who is meant to see it. Harold's prediction "Some years ago approximately (2005) I was sleeping in my mother's living room. I got a light entering the back of my head or whatever. It said: "From now to 2008 much the same" from 2008 to 2012" - all kinds of water damage- many many lives suffer - from 2012 to 2020 Purusha - Prakritti - then 1000 years of bliss." This term Purusha and Prakriti seemed ominous - it literally translates in Sanskrit to the Creator and the Creation and quite frankly it scared the hell out of me. I have two such previous light visions and they came out 100% correct although of a minor nature compared to this particular "light message". But after I have had sometime to reflect I am interpreting this Purusha/Prakriti to also include the Divine to make known he is not a great grey beard guy in the heavens but within all of his manifestation - every stone, rock, insect, mammal, human etc. And he will be opening all of us to realize the closeness of out Divinity - a knowledge lost from the great Fall from the Garden of Eden. Many sources refer to the "End of Time" - I believe Time here means past/ future and it will become much easier for man to be in the "Presence" - losing the ability to judge things as good or evil etc, and all the other selfish acts that men, corporations, countries and nations do to each other today." September 2011 love Rosemary

Thursday, 26 April 2012

This is a repost of an Article about Japan

Poison skies: Hanging over Japan is a Fukushima nuclear crisis that’s far from over Posted on April 26, 2012 April 26, 2012 - JAPAN – Spent reactor fuel, containing roughly 85 times more long-lived radioactivity than released at Chernobyl, still sits in pools vulnerable to earthquakes. More than a year after the Fukushima nuclear power disaster began, the news media is just beginning to grasp that the dangers to Japan and the rest of the world are far from over. After repeated warnings by former senior Japanese officials, nuclear experts, and now a U.S. senator, it’s sinking in that the irradiated nuclear fuel stored in spent fuel pools amidst the reactor ruins pose far greater dangers than the molten cores. This is why: Nearly all of the 10,893 spent fuel assemblies sit in pools vulnerable to future earthquakes, with roughly 85 times more long-lived radioactivity than released at Chernobyl. Several pools are 100 feet above the ground and are completely open to the atmosphere because the reactor buildings were demolished by explosions. The pools could possibly topple or collapse from structural damage coupled with another powerful earthquake. The loss of water exposing the spent fuel will result in overheating and can cause melting and ignite its zirconium metal cladding resulting in a fire that could deposit large amounts of radioactive materials over hundreds, if not thousands of miles. The stark reality, if TEPCO’s plan is realized, is that nearly all of the spent fuel at the Da-Ichi containing some of the largest concentrations of radioactivity on the planet will remain indefinitely in vulnerable pools. TEPCO wants to store the spent fuel from the damaged reactors in the common pool, and only to resort to dry, cask storage when the common pool’s capacity is exceeded. At this time, the common pool is at 80 percent storage capacity and will require removal of SNF to make room. TEPCO’s plan is to minimize dry cask storage as much as possible and to rely indefinitely on vulnerable pool storage. Sen. Wyden finds that that TEPCO’s plan for remediation “carries extraordinary and continuing risk” and sensibly recommends that “retrieval of spent fuel in existing on-site spent fuel pools to safer storage… in dry casks should be a priority.” -HP Today, there is great distrust of the safety of nuclear power plants has is seen worldwide. First Chernobyl then Fukushima forced a whole array of countries to reassess their attitude toward nuclear power. There have been no new nuclear plants built in the United States over the past 26 years. Now Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium will be shuttering their reactors. Spain is in the process of electing not building any new nuclear reactors, and Italy decided not to begin a nuclear energy industry at all. In post-Fukushima Japan, only one reactor out of the country’s 54 is still running. The future of nuclear energy there is especially foggy as the wrecked reactors at Fukushima are in such a condition that they “temporarily or partially” re-achieve criticality – in other words, the emergency is not over. According to expert analysis, more than 30 years will be required to fully dismantle Fukushima. –Bellona This says a lot. luv Rosemary

Monday, 16 April 2012

Definitely a case of coincidence

Nostradamus predictions -: "Our earth is constantly loosing the south pole. Final stage of this is called pole shift, which can occur on December 21th 2012 according to our scientists.There was 80 earthquakes in March 2010. Nostradamus predicted world war 3 with Iran. Nostradamus predicted 3 Anti christs. 'In the year 9.11.1 September month, The great King of Terror comes from the Sky'. Nostradamus gave the Third Antichrist the following code name. He's Mabus.When ISRAEL ATTACKS IRAN, this will be the signal for HAMAS to blow-up The Dome of The Rock Mosque (in Jerusalem). Nostradamus predictions seem to come from the bible. The Bible Code has MABUS encoded with the year 2010 AD (5770 Hebrew) and not MAY 2008 and OBAMA is the USA President as of today, DEC 2010."

'via Blog this' The reason I find this interesting is just before I came across this, I had just seen another Article, saying Israel had broadcast their preparations for an attack from Iran, from what I have seen, things seeming to be gearing up for war in the Middle East. The Bible says the test of a true prophet, is when it comes true.Here is the other article below What peace? Israeli TV shows air force gearing up for an attack on Iran by The Extinction Protocol April 15, 2012 – ISRAEL – A major Israel TV station on Sunday night broadcast a detailed report on how Israel will go about attacking Iran’s nuclear facilities in the event that diplomacy and sanctions fail and Israel decides to carry out an attack. The report, screened on the main evening news of Channel 10, was remarkable both in terms of the access granted to the reporter, and the fact that his assessments on a strike were cleared by the military censor. No order to strike is likely to be given before the P5+1 talks with Iran resume in May, the reporter, Alon Ben-David, said. “But the coming summer will not only be hot but tense.” In the event that negotiations fail and the order is given for Israel to carry out an attack on Iranian nuclear facilities, “dozens if not more planes” will take part in the mission: attack and escort jets, tankers for mid-air refueling, electronic warfare planes and rescue helicopters, the report said. Ben-David said the Israel Air Force “does not have the capacity to destroy the entire Iranian program.” There will be no replication of the decisive strikes on Iraq’s Osirak reactor in 1981 or on Syria in 2007, he said. “The result won’t definitive.” But, a pilot quoted in the report said, the IAF will have to ensure that it emerges with the necessary result, with “a short and professional” assault. Ben-David said that if negotiations break down, and Iran moves key parts of its nuclear program underground to its Qom facility, the IAF “is likely to get the order and to set out on the long journey to Iran.” “Years of preparations are likely to come to realization,” he said, adding that “the moment of truth is near.” Ben-David interviewed several squadron leaders, pilots and other officers. He noted that some of the IAF personnel, “it is likely, will not return from the mission.” An officer named Gilad said it would be “naive” to think there would be no losses. The IAF is said to be worried about the advanced anti-aircraft systems that Russia has sold to countries in the region, the report said. Among those systems, the SA 17 and 22 in Syria and Iran present a challenge, according to the report. According to the report, it’s the older versions of the F-15 that can fly further than any other plane in Israel’s arsenal, and this puts it on the front line of any potential attack. One pilot said in the report that the F-15, or ‘Havaz,’ “is a plane with a very wide range of operation — a combination of relatively energy-efficient engines, and significant flightworthiness regarding weapons and fuel.” The IAF has a full-sized unmanned plane, the “Eitan,” that is said to be able to fly to Iran, the report added. “This plane can do all that is required of it when the order is given,” a pilot said, without elaboration. The attack, the report said, would presumably trigger a war in northern Israel, with missile attacks (presumably from the Iranian-proxy Hezbollah in Lebanon). “There will no tranquility and peace anywhere in Israel,” Ben-David said. This could be the first full-scale war the IAF has fought in nearly 30 years, the report stated. Pilots had already been told where their families would be moved, away from their bases, for safety, the report said. –Times of Israel The year 2012 will prove a turning point for the Human Race, what ever you beliefs may be. I have always had the belief when Israel get,s back the Temple site, then we are definitely in the last days. luv Rosemary

Friday, 16 March 2012

St Patrick's Day

Though I would repost these facts about St Patrick's day, for all you honorary Irish out there The Shamrock The shamrock, which was also called the "seamroy" by the Celts, was a sacred plant in ancient Ireland because it symbolized the rebirth of spring. By the seventeenth century, the shamrock had become a symbol of emerging Irish nationalism. As the English began to seize Irish land and make laws against the use of the Irish language and the practice of Catholicism, many Irish began to wear the shamrock as a symbol of their pride in their heritage and their displeasure with English rule. Irish Music Music is often associated with St. Patrick's Day—and Irish culture in general. From ancient days of the Celts, music has always been an important part of Irish life. The Celts had an oral culture, where religion, legend and history were passed from one generation to the next by way of stories and songs. After being conquered by the English, and forbidden to speak their own language, the Irish, like other oppressed peoples, turned to music to help them remember important events and hold on to their heritage and history. As it often stirred emotion and helped to galvanize people, music was outlawed by the English. During her reign, Queen Elizabeth I even decreed that all artists and pipers were to be arrested and hanged on the spot. Today, traditional Irish bands like The Chieftains, the Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem are gaining worldwide popularity. Their music is produced with instruments that have been used for centuries, including the fiddle, the uilleann pipes (a sort of elaborate bagpipe), the tin whistle (a sort of flute that is actually made of nickel-silver, brass or aluminum) and the bodhran (an ancient type of framedrum that was traditionally used in warfare rather than music). The Snake It has long been recounted that, during his mission in Ireland, St. Patrick once stood on a hilltop (which is now called Croagh Patrick), and with only a wooden staff by his side, banished all the snakes from Ireland. In fact, the island nation was never home to any snakes. The "banishing of the snakes" was really a metaphor for the eradication of pagan ideology from Ireland and the triumph of Christianity. Within 200 years of Patrick's arrival, Ireland was completely Christianized. Corned Beef Each year, thousands of Irish Americans gather with their loved ones on St. Patrick's Day to share a "traditional" meal of corned beef and cabbage. Though cabbage has long been an Irish food, corned beef only began to be associated with St. Patrick's Day at the turn of the century. Irish immigrants living on New York City's Lower East Side substituted corned beef for their traditional dish of Irish bacon to save money. They learned about the cheaper alternative from their Jewish neighbors. The Leprechaun The original Irish name for these figures of folklore is "lobaircin," meaning "small-bodied fellow." Belief in leprechauns probably stems from Celtic belief in fairies, tiny men and women who could use their magical powers to serve good or evil. In Celtic folktales, leprechauns were cranky souls, responsible for mending the shoes of the other fairies. Though only minor figures in Celtic folklore, leprechauns were known for their trickery, which they often used to protect their much-fabled treasure. Leprechauns had nothing to do with St. Patrick or the celebration of St. Patrick's Day, a Catholic holy day. In 1959, Walt Disney released a film called Darby O'Gill & the Little People, which introduced America to a very different sort of leprechaun than the cantankerous little man of Irish folklore. This cheerful, friendly leprechaun is a purely American invention, but has quickly evolved into an easily recognizable symbol of both St. Patrick's Day and Ireland in general.

Friday, 9 March 2012

March 9, 2012 – JAPAN - A year on from one of the biggest earthquakes in recorded history, Japanese scientists are warning anew that Tokyo could soon be hit by a quake that will kill thousands and cause untold damage. Greater Tokyo, home to 35 million tightly packed people, has seen a three-fold increase in tectonic activity since the magnitude 9.0 undersea quake that unleashed a killer tsunami last March. Every day, an average of nearly 1.5 quakes are recorded in and around the city, one of the most populated places on Earth. But Tokyoites are so used to being shaken in their beds or at their desks that the majority pass almost without comment. The city is, without doubt, one of the most earthquake-proofed places in the world. Even the monster quake of March 11 last year that struck just 370 kilometers (230 miles) away caused little structural damage. Public transport was thrown into temporary disarray, leaving thousands stranded, but no buildings collapsed and there were no large-scale casualties. The University of Tokyo’s Earthquake Research Institute says the city, built at the intersection of four tectonic plates, has a 50 percent chance of suffering a major quake — anything above a magnitude 7.0 — in the next four years. “We must prepare for the earthquake that will happen,” says Asahiko Taira, executive director of the government’s Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology. A simulation by the agency suggests that if an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 occurred in the northern part of Tokyo Bay on a weekday evening, around 6,400 people would die, with 160,000 injured. Approximately 471,000 homes and buildings would be destroyed, most of them by fires, or because of liquefaction, a process where reclaimed land turns to mush. Around 96 million tonnes of waste would be instantly generated — four times the total left behind by the tsunami that hit the northeast coast. Millions of people would be unable to get home and emergency shelters would be over-run. More than one million households would be without water, gas, electricity and telephones for several days. Economically, the cost would be a colossal $1.45 trillion — around a third of Japan’s GDP. –Terra Daily Seems like Japan is on its way to having more problems. Does this mean that their is likely to be more problems with Japan,s Reactors. If this keeps happening Japan could end up with more areas of it uninhabitable. Perhaps Japan need to focus more on an alternate means for generating their electricity rather than Nuclear Power It might make their electric more expensive, but when you think of a another Nuclear disaster somewhere else in the country, it could be a price worth paying. love Rosemary

Monday, 5 March 2012