Intelligent-life-In-Universe. UFOS

Scientist Dr. Carl Sagan in his book, “Intelligent Life in the Universe” indicated Earth had likely been visited by extraterrestrials. He states: “Sumer was an early–perhaps the first -civilization the contemporary sense on the planet Earth. It was founded in the forth millennium B.C. or earlier. We don’t know where the Sumerians came from. I feel that if the Sumerian civilization is depicted by the descendents of the Sumerians themselves to be of non-human origin, the relevant legends should be examined carefully.” (Page 456) Dr. Sagan goes on to ask, “What might an advanced extraterrestrial civilization want from us? One of the primary motivations for the exploration of the New World was to convert the inhabitants to Christianity — peacefully if possible — forcefully if necessary. Can we exclude the possibility of an extraterrestrial evangelism?” (Page 463)
Jesus last words were “Go into all the world (Cosmos) and preach the Good News to everyone, everywhere.” After the Lord Jesus had spoken to them he was taken up into heaven and he sat at the right hand of God. (Mark 16:15&19) Ever where may mean to spread the gospel throughout the Cosmos.
Ancient Beings Spread Life to Colony Earth
Astronomer’s Carl Sagan and Russian I.S. Shklovskii wrote that it was likely extraterrestrial life came here to spread religion. We are now finding almost every star has a planet system suggesting that within the millions of Galaxies and billions of stars, millions of planets likely have intelligent life. Carl Sagan’s work indicated Mars might have life and the whole universe may be teaming with it. Annunaki tablet
“Sagan discussed the amazing evidence in Sumerian writing claiming that extraterrestrial intelligence came to Earth and provided education to mankind.” The following quotes from “Intelligent Life in the Universe”; page 461 may raise a few eye brows:
“With the numbers we have discussed, it seems possible that the Earth has been visited by various Galactic civilizations many times (possibly 10 10,000 years], during geological time). It is not out of the question that artefacts’ of these visits still exist–although none have been found to date–or even that some kind of base is maintained within the solar system to provide continuity for successive expeditions. Because of weathering and the possibility of detection and interference by the inhabitants of the Earth, it might have appeared preferable not to erect such a base on the Earth’s surface.” If we are in fact being visited, the visitors come for a reason.
Carl Sagan often noted one of the primary reasons to visit and spread life to Earth would be some form of missionary zeal. Many abductees report a kind of religious awakening after being in contact with the ancient beings.
DNA Molecules May Be From Space
Francis Crick won the Nobel Prize
Francis Crick won the Nobel Prize for helping to discover ‘the structure of DNA,’ the master molecule of life. He now believes that the ‘origin of life’ was from space. He and Leslie Orgel of the Salk Institute may have also discovered the ‘origin of all life’ on Earth.’ The two scientists theorize that life came from a distant planet, and was brought here aboard an ancient space ship or meteorite. Their theory is called “Directed Panspermia” and it may explain how life arose spontaneously on Earth.
The scientist’s point out virtually all-terrestrial life on Earth is based on a single type of genetic code. If creatures sprang to life in some great “primeval soup,” as many biologists believe, it is surprising that organisms with many different kinds of genetic codes do not exist. Crick and Orgel feel that a single code seems to be entirely compatible with the theory that all life descended from a single instance of ‘Directed Panspermia.’ It’s likely the building blocks of DNA could have formed in space providing a starter kit of genetic material for life to evolve rapidly on Earth. Ancient beings sometimes called angels appear to have brought life, core values, moral principles to Earth as outlined in the Ten Commandments. If all humans followed these commandments, humanity would create order, live in peace and would be able to join the great civilizations in space.
The Darwinian Theory has shown that there is some change within a species, but it has been difficult to find evidence that the various species slowly evolved from primitive life forms to eventually become Homo sapiens. There is obviously also the problem of how inanimate objects became alive. Crick and Orgel who have studied the building blocks of life note that the element molybdenum plays a key role in many enzymatic reactions that are important to life. Molybdenum is a very rare element on earth and seems unlikely to be part of a system that developed by chance here on Earth.
The human DNA code is amazingly complex, and it appears likely that life developed first on another planet where molybdenum was plentiful. Molybdenum a lustrous brittle silver white metallic chemical element is used in alloys and points for spark plugs.
So even Nobel Prize winners are looking to space for the spark of life.
Seth Borenstein writes, “A study finds the Milky Way is teeming with billions of planets that are about the size of Earth, and orbit stars just like our sun, and exist in the Goldilocks zone— not too hot and not too cold for life.
Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell in his book, “The Way of the Explorer,” states “The previous notion in science was that the Universe was a giant accident and that it would be too much of an accident for life to have formed and become intelligent life, in more than one place at a time. To science, that would be too much of an accident.” It view is clearly wrong and science has to revise its notion and accept the fact that whatever process has brought us into being has brought life into being throughout the Universe. Now that we look back on it, it sounds silly that throughout our history, until the last two or three decades, we really believed we were alone in the Universe. Now that we see beyond that, we see how archaic these types of ideas are.”
My point is that once main stream science understands there are serious problems with the Theory of Evolution they will be able to see the UFOs in our skies.


Inca Temple Found in Lake Titicaca

While I was searching for UFOs on Google Earth, I decided to have a look at Lake Titicaca, Bolivia where I found a structure under the water.
Many cigar UFOs have had this shape and size, but I found that an ancient temple had been found in Lake Titicaca in 2000 90 miles from La Paz, Bolivia that was 660 feet long and 160 feet wide. The measurements indicate the one I found is over 35% longer and is 32 miles away from La Paz. This may also be an ancient Inca temple.
Many UFO sightings have been recorded over and entering Lake Titicaca and this could be a UFO that crashed in the lake thousands of years ago 200 meters from land.
It also has the shape of Noah’s Ark that Wikipedia states was 450 ft long by 75 feet wide.
This object is 953 feet long and 168 feet wide and is bigger than the Ark.

Inca Temple Found in Lake Titicaca

Viracocha God

The Inca lore says, “after a great flood, the god Viracocha arose from Lake Titicaca to create a new world.

” Which sounds like what happened to Noah?
Incan lore goes on to say, “He commanded the sun, moon, and stars to rise, then went to Tiahuanaco to create the first human beings, Mallku Kupac and Mama Ocllo. These first human, the “Inca Adam and Eve,” were formed from stone and brought to life by Viracocha, who commanded them to go out and populate the world.”
Google Coordinates: 16°15’9.11”S 68°35’2.50”W
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the dress saves the day but are they any knickers their ?if there are they must be tiny


Kates schlüpfriger Auftritt: Kleider-Verbot für die Herzogin?this is the one that all the fuss is aboutit does look as if she is bare back ?¿?¿?¿


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Rolf Harris Sings Jake The Peg And Imitates Didgeridoo To ‘Bemused’ Jury During Sex Trial may 27

Rolf Harris has started giving evidence at London’s Southwark Crown Court in his trial for alleged indecent assaults.

The 84-year-old veteran presenter began Tuesday’s proceedings by providing details of his childhood in Australia.

Giving evidence for the first time in his indecent assault trial, he described the start of his career to jurors at Southwark Crown Court, including how he invented his well-known “wobble-board”.

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He told the court he had been a talented swimmer as a teenager and went to university but “didn’t really understand it” and was asked to leave.

Harris said he then started teaching but became unwell after picking up an infection while swimming in a river and became “totally paralysed”. He said it was while he was recovering from the illness in hospital that he decided to pursue a career in painting and moved to London to study in March 1952, when he was 22.

The entertainer said he got his break in television in 1953, despite an “appalling” audition.

Harris then gave details of his musical recordings, singing a section of his song Jake the Peg to the jury and demonstrating the sounds made by a didgeridoo and wobble board.

Describing how he came up with the idea for his famous “wobble board”, Harris said he was trying to dry a piece of hardboard that he had painted and covered in turpentine, using an oil heater.

“I had no idea how much heat was coming out of this blessed thing – it was red hot,” he said. “I tested it with my finger and it was like ‘Argh’, and a big blister came up on my finger.

“I thought it was going to catch light. I had it between my open arms and I shook it,” he said, describing the noise it made when he did so.

“It seemed to have a rhythm so being a musician and an entertainer I started accenting the off-beat.

“It was just a wonderful sound, a loud sound. That became the wobble-board.”

Harris initially stood while giving evidence, but later chose to sit down in the witness box.

He outlined his various career successes, including the television programme Whirligig and hits Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport and Jake The Peg, which he sang to the court.

At times the entertainer was cut short by Ms Woodley, prompting him to say: “I’m sorry I’m waxing a bit too lyrical on all these answers, I’m sorry.”

He told the jury he is a “touchy feely” person and did hug his alleged victim – but not in a sexual way.

During questioning by his defence barrister, Sonia Woodley QC, Harris was asked: “(The alleged victim) has said that you hugged her and she found that creepy. Have you hugged (the alleged victim?).

Harris replied: “Yes, I have. I’m a very touchy-feely sort of person.”

Ms Woodley asked: “In any sexual way or not?” “No,” said Harris.

The artist was then questioned about a particular incident which is alleged to have happened when the girl, who was friends with his daughter Bindi, travelled with them to Hawaii.

Ms Woodley said: “She says that when she came out of the shower you were there and you indecently assaulted her. Did you do that?”

The TV star replied: “No, it didn’t happen.”

Asked by Ms Woodley about the woman’s claims that he “tickled” her as he walked past her, he said: “I have no recollection of that”, and of claims that he touched her intimately, the artist said: “No, it never happened.”

He described the woman as “shy”, but said: “I think she gradually got to be at ease with my presence.”

Asked by his barrister if it was difficult for him to recall events from 40 years ago – the period covering some of the allegations – Harris said: “I must say it’s been very difficult.”

The jury has heard prosecution claims that Harris, from Bray, Berkshire, was a “Jekyll and Hyde” character whose fame allowed him to target under-age girls.

The entertainer told the court that he married wife Alwen – who watched from the public gallery with other family members – in 1958.

He said previous health issues included a stroke and heart problems, and he had been diagnosed with diabetes.

Asked about his drinking habits, Harris said he drank in a “perfunctory way” and would share a beer with his wife with a curry.

He denies 12 counts of indecent assault on girls aged seven or eight to 19.

Harris has insisted he had a consensual relationship with his daughter Bindi’s best friend when she was an adult.

The incidents are alleged to have taken place between 1968 and 1986.

MASHROU’ LEILA, Manchester & London soas palestine society

Soas Palestine Society
May 25 at 11:28 AM
Advanced Tickets Recommended:

2nd oj June Manchester Academy
4th June at the Scala- London
After the huge success of Mashrou’ Leila’s two sold-out shows in London last year, the band returns to the UK this June for concerts in London and Manchester.
Mashrou’ Leila is Lebanese band that first appeared on the Beirut independent music scene in 2008. Leila’s music is delicately yet shamelessly laced with politics, sex, obscenities and hard-truth, setting the standard for politicised music in a deeply conservative region.
The band has released three albums: Mashrou’ Leila, El Hal Romancy, and most recently, Raasük.
Raasük, which translates as “They Choreographed You”, is something of a turning point for Leila: from the album art, designed by the lead singer Hamed Sinno himself, to sound of the instruments and the depth of the lyrics, everything about this album feels superior.
From the production side, the album is a milestone: determined not to be at the mercy of a record label that might want to turn down the crescendo, Leila crowd-funded over $66,000 to produce Raasük completely independently. The success of the album makes Raasuk the biggest independent music release the Arab world has ever seen.
On the artistic side, the album is truly unique. It’s clear the band challenged themselves musically and lyrically to move away from their genre. From one track to the other, Leila glides from ballad to jazz, touching on synthpop and rock along the way.

In the band’s own words, the album is about “everything”: love, lust, mourning, social control, Lebanese politics, the Arab spring and, most importantly, dancing.

They will be performing at the Manchester Academy, Manchester on 2nd June and at Scala, London on the 4th June. A truly unmissable band so make sure to book ASAP to avoid disappointment.

Some songs and live performances below:

Manchester Academy — 2nd June

Scala — 4th June

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what does work? For the best protection against both mosquitoes and ticks, the CDC recommends products containing DEET. For just mosquitoes, the agency also approves of products with the active ingredients picaridin (the active ingredient in most Avon Skin So Soft products), IR3535, and oil of lemon eucalyptus—which, despite its natural-sounding name, is actually a synthetic formulation. EWG found all three of these ingredients to be just as effective as DEET. “You don’t really want to mess around with a product that might or might not work,” says Webb, the Australian entomologist. “Where insect-borne diseases are concerned, it only takes one bite.” And as for the sheer itchy misery of being a mosquito’s idea of a five-star restaurant? Well, you probably don’t want to mess around with that, either.

What do you do when a family doesn’t care about prayer and find pain in the idea that a fake god planned to rob a family of the joy of their loved one? This is my story of my first experience performing the last rites for a secular family.BY ALLIE JACKSON

The Beginning of the Loss

I sat in a strange home on a couch that seemed well loved, holding the soft hand of a stranger who had called me for help. Her son had died unexpectedly and she was lost, didn’t have the money for a proper burial and didn’t want to reach out to the religious community for assistance, as she held no belief in god. He was young, beautiful, full of life and contained more potential than he ever got the chance to show. She’d told me everything she could before the tears left her choked.

She had paused to gain her composure when my heart couldn’t hold back any longer. I wrapped my arms around her tight and she exploded in a fit of tears, fury and pain that no mother should ever have to know or understand. I cried with her. At that moment we weren’t strangers; the differences between us were none. We were two mothers, two sisters, holding each other and crying over the loss of a child and everything he had to offer this world.

This was the first memorial I would ever conduct. Fresh to the secular ministry, I had no prior experience to learn from. I wanted to conduct myself professionally but at the same time, I’m a human with great feelings for everyone around me. I knew this memorial was going to change my life, but I had no idea what impact it would have on the family left behind. I was terrified but refused to show it. I gathered every bit of information I could about Michael. I listened to stories that made his family laugh through their tears. I memorized everything, because everything about who he was, was most important now.

The Beginning of the Healing Process

Michael’s family was estranged. Religious differences were far from the only thing that separated them all. The family was filled with hurt feelings and anger over matters that held no importance compared to death. As part of the preparation, I urged the family to reunite so that everyone could have a chance to mourn and grieve for their lost nephew, grandson, cousin and son. Under no circumstances did his mother want to feel tension during this sad time.

I knew there was much work to be done. Judgments were going to be cast for the cremation of his body, the length of time it took for his mother to set up a proper memorial service, and everything from the color of flowers to the Humanist chosen to give the memorial outside of a church were going to be criticized.

Was it my place to step in and try to help? How was I going to make everyone feel welcome to grieve in the way they needed to let Michael go in peace? Quickly I devised a plan. This mother called me for help and I was going to help this family say goodbye and heal from the tragedy appropriately.

The Beginning of Letting Go

The day was dark and rainy. We were donated a room at a funeral home to use for the memorial and the parking lot was empty thirty minutes before the memorial was to begin. His mother sat in pure silence, staring at the urn her son was now resting in. Flowers filled the table around a beautiful picture placed in his honor; his personal belongings scattered around in order of importance to his mother.

Looking at his mother, I saw a single tear fall from her eye. At that moment, all time stopped. My mind emptied, I had no idea what I was going to say anymore. I had no idea what I was going to do, where I was going to start talking. That tear clung to her face as if it were clinging for its life. Once it was to fall, it would no longer be a teardrop, but a splat of water upon a shirt, later to be washed away, forever losing its value; forever being forgotten.

Before I knew it, the room started to fill. People came crashing in waves and were hugging each other and crying. I watched as the family and friends passed by his table of memory, touching his jacket, glaring at his pictures. Music played but to this day I couldn’t tell you what music it was. I stood up at the podium and everyone stopped to look at me. I looked around the room and on everyone’s face was a look of pure hope. Hope that something would help take their pain away. Hope that he could somehow live on forever.

In my mind I had already planned what to say but everything escaped me. This was going to be a day about Michael, about his family’s memories, about his mother’s wishes. I remembered the peace that was needed for all and while I stood there silently for what seemed like ages, I finally spoke, “Today is a day we say hello.” I went silent again, not understanding what I said or why I had said it. I looked around the room and everyone was focused and confused. My heart took over and I started again, “We’re not saying goodbye to Michael, but we’re saying hello to the way we will remember him; we’re welcoming a new way of keeping him in our lives forever.”

Finally my message went on and I was able to remember everything I wanted to say to celebrate Michael’s life. I offered a moment of silence for everyone to pray, collect themselves or find peace. Family members were then welcomed to take the podium and give a happy memory about Michael. Before we knew it, the entire family was smiling, laughing, hugging each other and just having a great time in reliving the past; the past that would now be the new future for how Michael was to live in their lives.

The Beginning of the End

The family had no fight that day. Everything that seemed to keep them estranged before had melted away with a newfound love and appreciation for life. Sometimes it’s good to remember that once we’re gone, we are merely a person who will no longer have new memories in the lives of the people who keep us in their hearts. It’s important to let go of the pettiness, we have one life, we have this one day, and we have only this one moment.

Many atheists tell me that when they die their bodies are no longer needed. They don’t care what happens to their bodies and would like to have them donated to science. I admire that, but urge everyone to think of the ways you can help your loved ones live on after you leave. There are great things to do with your bodies. Donate your organs to help others live and have a green burial to allow your body to feed the earth. You can have locks of your hair, or parts of your ashes given to a company that takes your carbon and grows actual diamonds from the carbon in you. These can be created for your children so that they can have a piece of you to keep forever. You can also have your ashes put into a biodegradable urn so you can nourish a tree with your body. If you have any questions or concerns about what you can do after you die to let your body do the most good, please consider these resources: – “from ashes to diamonds” – “We believe burial is “green” only when it furthers legitimate environmental aims such as protecting worker health, reducing carbon emissions, conserving natural resources, and preserving habitat.
We believe the field of funeral service needs to embrace a new ethic for new era.
We believe death can and should connect to life.” – “The Bios Urn is a fully biodegradable urn designed to convert you into a tree after life. Mainly composed by two parts, the urn contains a seed which will grow to remember your loved one. Bios Urn turns death into a transformation and a return to life through nature.”