Thursday, June 21, 2018

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Is it safe for American-Jews to travel abroad?--wherever and whenever we wish--that is the 2012 American-Question that has NOT yet been addressed by the Passport Bureau.....first I would like to give my Honor to The Ghostess of Hadassah--for my 'Crystal-Globe' and 'Gypsy-Deck' and 'Wooden-Letter-Board' have been far more informative and of service to me--than even a pile of Texts--when it pertains to Ascertaining the Future. Just last year Dutch Jews were given TWO options--'America' and 'Israel' for living-quarters. No longer is it safe to be 'outwardly' Jewish--is the preconception--at large--if... Read More

The ghost, a white whisper and then a lady all dressed in black with a black lace blouse, seen living a cemetry on Monday night. The moon, venus and the alignment happens once in a hundred years.

Cemetries they say come a live, yet there was a sighting, a lady dressed in morning, leaving the cemetry an old world cemetry with a lit candle and the white whispers in front. It was an amazing sight. It wasn't the alcohol, cold and brisk, the centre of the universe, Venus was doing some amazing work.

They saw the ghost is out on the prowl finding her murderer, as no one tried to... Read More

It wasn't a scene from a horror movie though easily could be. Mobs of a venomous spiders swarmed the Indian town of Sadiya. They came out of nowhere, reports the Times of India. Two people were killed and hospitals were filled with people who had beeen bitten by these venemous creatures.

A previously unknown species that resembles the tarantula came to the town approximately a month ago and then wreaked havoc at a Hindu festival. "It all happened in the evening on May 8. Most of the inhabitants of Chaulkhowa Nagaon village had been to a Bihu function. When the programme drew... Read More

Corruption in Judiciary in the Mobocracies is not a every day topic even today in the public life or in the media, as in the case of executive and political corruption, as the persons who adjudicate the disputed matters in the Judiciary are elevated as His Lordships, My Lordships or Your Lordships by our addressings to keep the sanctity and elevated position of Judiciary high in the vision of common man. As social system made them Lords on par with Gods, so at least a good majority of Judges are thinking that they are Lords or Gods to decide the fate of the people who stand before them in the... Read More

The UN World Tourism Organization has appointed the Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe, along with his political ally, Zambian President Michael Sata, as one of its worldwide "leaders of tourism," according to the Guardian.

Speaking in Victoria Falls, UNWTO Secretary General Taleb Rifai endorsed Zimbabwe as a safe tourism destination, according to The Herald, Zimbabwe's state-owned newspaper.

If you know anything about Mugabe's record and life this event may appear slightly bizarre. Mugabe cannot travel freely around the globe due to USA and EU sanctions that were instituted because... Read More

In the month of May 2011 when first time world’s biggest mysterious ‘Ancient Divine Treasure’ of Sri Anantha Padmanabha Swamy was found in the Five under ground secret vaults of Sri Ananta Padmanabha Swami Temple in Tiruvananthapuram in the south Indian state of Kerala, India the land of mysteries and treasures once again drew the attention of world Archeologists and Historians and also alerted International Smugglers and criminals to see what is the worth of that ‘Ancient Divine Treasure’. The finding out this ‘Ancient Divine Treasure’ hidden in the five underground secrte vaults by the 16th... Read More

Zoos choose whether entire species live or die, reports the New York Times. Many species face extinction and zoos are asked to preserve the most endangered. This is a decision fraught with conflict betwen their need to entertain the public and a species survival.

The Times continues, "To conserve animals effectively, however, zoo officials have concluded that they must winnow species in their care and devote more resources to a chosen few. The result is that zookeepers, usually animal lovers to the core, are increasingly being pressed into making cold calculations about which... Read More

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