Reaction Engines Ltd. is yet another of the constellation of corporations popping up seemingly out of nowhere and producing science fiction spacecraft.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Don't you think the blue and gold chairs go well with the rug?
Today is February 17th and today Barack Obama will be in Denver signing the "Stimulus Package" into law. He's chosen a very strange venue to do so:
The bill-signing, an unusual event outside of Washington, will be Tuesday at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in City Park... "This is like a dream," said George Sparks, director of the museum." - Denver Post
Want to see a who's-who list of the most powerful people in American history? Check out the list of members in the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. Five out of the past six Presidents are either PBK initiates or sons of one (including Obama).
And yes, PBK is a very high step in the Masonic pyramid, far above the Freemies.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Is it just me or does it seem as if there is a massive and well-coordinated propaganda war being waged on the entire global banking system? Even The New York Times is calling the biggest banks "Dead Men Walking," and Arianna Huffington is screaming that the banks are "zombies" that should be "killed off."
And we just saw the nation's top bankers getting called in for a spanking in Congress.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Interesting timing on this particular story, considering the event in question isn't even due to occur for another two years. Interesting that it appears following a suspicious murder/suicide in LA (with a possible Masonic subplot), and the 22 killed in the continuing anarchy in Mexico.
Tuesday, February 03, 2009
Sunday, February 01, 2009
Well, today's the day of the "Big Game." The Pittsburgh Steelers will face off against the Arizona Cardinals in Tampa. The game will be aired on NBC, the "Peacock Network."* I find it especially interesting that the game is on NBC this year, since last Sunday they aired the excruciating TV mini-series adaptation of Raymond Khoury's The Last Templar, which starred New Jersey's own Mira Sorvino (who won an Ausur® for Mighty Aphrodite).
Maybe this is part three of the story.