Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Saturn, Venus & Mercury in Alignment over Giza Pyramids

December 3 (about 18 days before Dec 21) these three planets will be equidistant from each other. But I don't think they will be exactly above three Egyptian pyramids as is being spread across various sites on the web which is creating quite a stir.....Perhaps it does herald the Dawning of the age of Aquarius.

I checked it out on a simulator and i've seen pics showing it but they're all photoshopped. But I think someone standing in just the right spot near these pyramids should be able to get the planets to appear above the pyramids.

Ok, look at it like this - if you stand in a particular spot near the pyramids – facing them, and facing the sky looking east before dawn – you will see the planets and the pyramids together. 

Also just to note they will be in the constellations of Libra (
truth, justice, law, fairness and civility) and Virgo (Although seen as the Virgin she also is known for wisdom and justice) with Father Sun in Ophiuchus (man grasping the snake that is represented by the constellation Serpens - you know i'm thinking of Reptillians and David Icke) which is also the 13th constellation - I don't really know too much about this sign but Mesopotamian/Sumerian astrology it represented the snake god Nirah who was the messenger of Sataran a divine judge and healer in Sumerian mythology.

Check the pic below and you can see the ancient meaning attached to each of the planets Saturn, Venus and Mercury.

And no, I haven't lost, i'm just saying it's interesting - I think I need to research this a little more.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Early morning meetings should be made illegal.

I haven't wrote on the blog for a while as i've really been under it lately and my internet at home is messing about.

For the past week I've been doing Network Migrations through the night for 23:00 until 06:00am and it's really surprising how knackered you feel the next day even if you sleep. I did shifts for 3 years as a Network Operator back in the early days of my career without any problems but I guess as i'm getting older i'm no spring chicken anymore. So, on top of the working through the night I got sick and had to still manage my other projects and attend early morning meetings.

Therefore, I'm following a new policy.

Fcku Mornings. Fed up with them. No fckuing early morning meetings.  Fckuing anything before 10:00am that doesn't involve sleeping, sex or croissants with coffee or Tea.

Sorry, get lost i'm not interested - get over it and re-schedule.

I'm not a morning person, never have been and always function better in the afternoon through to night.

These people  who say "I've achieved so much this morning" Pleeeease!!!

Yeah so did I, pushing out Zzzzzz's.

Monday, October 15, 2012


Life isn't going to be that lovely little dream you had in your mind. You may not even get as much as ten percent of it.

In my case, I don't think actually, change that to I know I'm doing pretty bloody well in terms of having a comfortable life.

I had never really dreamt I'd end up living on the other side of the world or have a beautiful little girl on some island in the Med. I don't think I even came close in terms of my profession;-)

Spiritually I don't think I even thought about it.

But, although I don't have all I dreamt of or haven't achieved all I dreamed of, I think I'm realising that I'm very very privileged but I'm still working on appreciating what I have and where I am now.

Aleph Yud Ayin.

Hey it's just a thought.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Keyboard Liberalists and Post Olympics blues.

I chose not to watch the whole Olympiad thing this time round, sitting outside of the UK I didn't quite get into the furore and the buzz that was generated and merely watched on, as an outsider much like the rest of the World did, seeing the United Kingdom searching for a new identity and it's residents hoping that this was some kind of new dawn.

I found it somehow weird how all of a sudden everybody was going crazy for the Olympics - I just couldn't get excited about it other than knowing that it was an opportunity to bury headlines and distract the Sheeple. 

For a few weeks let's forget that the Government is slashing jobs, cutting public services and reducing pensions because "Times are hard".

Just a week before there was the furore about Barclays and its manipulating the Inter bank lending rate then all of a sudden nothing, it's buried or the story of five policemen who have been convicted of stealing but not one of them will go to prison and the verdict of unnecessary force used by the Police in the death of Sean Rigg.

In my mind it shows just how fickle and dumbed down people really are, I was told stop being so negative about it - enjoy it, were all coming together I was told by the Keyboard Liberalists. It's all put on hold, onto the back burner so that they can be a part of it .

We've all seen the news mostly the BBC which is still the State broadcaster, don't forget spend more than half a bulletin getting all excited "another silver medal for Team GB", and then having a quick round up for world news with an insulting quick glance looking at carnage, war and death in the world's oldest cities. Which is just put down to the whole Arab thing and it' only interesting when the powers that be say so (Probably, some moves being played in the background whilst the focus is elsewhere....) and then next morning all of the Keyboard liberalist's get with their work colleagues or friends and boast about tickets to "the" volleyball, or ask if you watched "the" Sprint last night.

I just can't fathom the amount of money that is spent on these events such as the World Cup, Euros etc. it's quite despicable - Over 45 Million US Dollars alone were spent on the opening ceremony alone - how can that be justified when the UK government is telling everybody that there's just not enough money so we'll have to cut lots of public services and pensions - doesn't quite add up.

Team GB its the only one with an adjective in it's name and it's just another marketing brand ploy harping back to the days of Empire......Correct me if i'm wrong but I thought it was officially called The United Kingdom;-).

I can only think back to the days of Rome and other various dictators who use the ploy that Whenever the Serfs, Plebs, etc were getting a bit restless due to some policy such as high taxation, erosion of government subsidies or general dissatisfaction with the imperial policies) the emperor would try to distract them with a procession through the streets of Rome or hold some spectacular gladiatorial games but now we do it on a Global scale. This has been proven and seen many times throughout history.  
Only, this time all of GB and it's not the flag-waving Sheeple who get to stumble through the schedule of Corporate freebies and Sponsorships - Question? How can Mc D's be the official food of the Olympics!!!.

Post Olympic blues, I don't think so. At least all the liberalists can get back behind the safety of their keyboard and resume fixing the wrongs of the World.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

The Games

The Gold medal symbolises Father Sun, the Silver medal Sister Moon, and Bronze Mother Earth. "Bronze" or "Mother Earth" will always come in "third" because without Father Sun and Sister Moon life on Mother Earth cannot exist. 

Zeus decreed that man must present a portion of each animal he scarified to the gods, Prometheus decided to trick Zeus. He created two piles, one with the bones wrapped in juicy fat, the other with the good meat hidden in the hide. He then bade Zeus to pick. Zeus picked the bones. Since he had given his word, Zeus had to accept this pile as his share for future sacrafices. In his anger over the trick, he took fire away from man. However, Prometheus lit a torch from the sun and brought it back again to man.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Thursday, June 28, 2012

East Africa and thoughts of England

For many years now I have been living abroad in various cities around the world and had a thoroughly good time. Met and worked with some great people, had some really soul enriching experiences but there are times when I wish I was sitting back in England. Facebook allows me to keep in contact with friends and family but I also get to see what they're upto and sometimes I miss being able to just pop over to see my mates.

I keep on saying I'm going back to England but then the Universe throws up these opportunities for yet another adventure. I'm about to sign on for another year here in South Africa and have promise myself I will explore this wonderful continent starting end of August, Kenya and Ethiopia first I think.

English upbringing, Jamaican background means that Ethiopia always featured in my thoughts due to the Rastafari and their beliefs.
Not that I believe that Haile Selassie aka Ras Tafari was Jesus reincarnate but it's always held my imagination due to Garveys prophecy and the line of Solomon.
Put that together with Ethiopia's history and the Orthodox church, Monasteries on seclude islands in the middle of lakes I think it will be pretty exciting and mystical.

Now, Kenya is another story with the Masai Mara, beautiful Mombassa, watching the migrating herdsand, Kilimanjaro and the history there again. makes me all very excited.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Darkness will fall

It's funny sometimes in life when you feel the Universe stepping in and taking a more active and direct role in your destiny and its ok that your will is to totally submit to it.
No struggle just a feeling that through circumstance or situation a path is being rolled out for you and it's cool as you just know light will some come to pass and the dark will fall. There is no deliberation over making the right choice it just feels natural, the right way yes, maybe pre-ordained, we are taking about faith and destiny here. The Universe will keep you safe.
This normally happens when you suddenly realise your at a life changing moment - for me that moment is lifestyle - that means changing to improve my life and health.


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