Tuesday, 29 January 2013

move along

nothing to see hear.....them blind


Duppy Problem?

will drive them away....... tune in

Signs Of Change


Bee good

Dear friends,

Bees around the world are dying off and Europe’s food watchdog just said certain pesticides are part of the problem. We’ve got 48 hours before key meetings -- let’s get a 2-million-person swarm to save the bees. Click to take urgent action now:
Quietly, globally, billions of bees are dying, threatening our crops and food. But in 48 hours the European Union could move to ban the most poisonous pesticides, and pave the way to a global ban that would save bees from extinction.

Four EU countries have begun banning these poisons, and some bee populations are already recovering. Days ago the official European food safety watchdog stated for the first time that certain pesticides are fatally harming bees. Now legal experts and European politicians are calling for an immediate ban. But Bayer and other giant pesticide producers are lobbying hard to keep them on the market. If we build a huge swarm of public outrage now, we can push the European Commission to put our health and our environment before the profit of a few.

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3MIN News January 29, 2013: Climate News

There is no Injustice

a belter from Patrick......soon forward

Monday, 28 January 2013


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give this a try....play loud and pass round.....Bless


Black Country crop circles prove phenomenon is no hoax, claims Australian expert

Crop circles are not the work of hoaxers and aerial photos of the Black Country can prove it, says Australian boffin.

AN Aussie historian believes he has buried forever the ‘cereal’ lie that crop circles are the work of hoaxers – by unearthing Black Country images of them dating back to 1945 and beyond.
It’s ‘barley’ believable, but Greg Jefferys has also uncovered evidence of the phenomenon in scientific documents dating back to 1880.

The boffin, from Hobart, Tasmania, says his findings prove there’s more to the mysterious circles than hoaxers playing silly tricks.

“This discovery proves that claims by various artists to be the sole creators of crop circles are themselves a hoax,” he says.

“It just goes to show that the circles remain unexplained.
“I hope this discovery will stimulate renewed interest in crop circles by serious scientific researchers who have been fooled by the hoax claims.”
to newspaper original with pictures

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Nuff Blood A Run.......listen here ......downloadable for your ayepadpod, or cassette.....just play as loud and often as you can.....ta very mucha

thanks to Brother Dee for this one


a very interesting blog....it just sets me to thinking how blessed we are to have the wise-dom of reggae....ears to hear
if you have a spare few mins check it out you can find ear
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Friday, 25 January 2013

building the picture

just to say...try to keep your stale buns to one side


so.......this Aes Dana thing. back in the 90`s this caught our eye ont net.....

A seventh characteristic of the Celts, reflected in their ecclesiology and spirituality, was their profound appreciation of the spoken and written word; that is, of storytelling. They knew first hand that stories feed the soul the way food feeds the body. As a result, they had many types of storytellersfrom the seanchai, the humblest teller of tales around the hearth in the home, to the fili, the learned bard at the courts of the Irish kings, to the monastic scribe seated with his quill pen in a cold scriptorium transcribing on vellum the stories of the saints. The responsibility of all of these storytellers was to remember and narrate the great sagas of their tribal and spiritual ancestors whom they considered, even if long dead, intimate members of their families. The stories and legends they told were about both secular heroes and honoured saints, mortal and immortal beings who had strange visions, made voyages to other worlds, endured great hardships for tribe and gospel, and travelled in companies of friends. Whenever and wherever they were told, these stories about their heroes were perhaps the clearest expression of the Celts' religious beliefs, values, and spirituality.
Celtic spirituality, a spirituality which has a future, precisely because it has much to teach our contemporary world. In Ireland, where the purest forms of Celtic life survived, since the armies of Rome never conquered it, the social system consisted of three main classes: the landowning aristocracy who were the tribal kings and their retinues of warriors, families and relatives; the serfs, some of whom were free, while others were slaves taken in battle or, like the youthful St. Patrick, kidnapped from foreign shores; and, finally, but not least, the scholars and artists called the aes dana, Gaelic for "people of learning" or "of poetry." This latter group included poets, historians, experts in genealogy, lawyers, physicians, skilled craftsmen, and the story-tellers themselves, the bards. Many of these aes dana were druids and druidesses, advisers to the kings and teachers of the tribes. In fact, the highest position [ollam] of the druids was equal to that of the king, a position of spiritual authority that was eventually replaced by the monastic leader or Christian bishop when the pagan Celts had been baptized. All of these aes dana in Ireland were held in high esteem and had the privilege, as did the aristocracy, of travelling anywhere without permission. This respect and the freedom which went with it reveals how much Celtic society valued people of learning, of poetry, and of artistic skills, considering them as essential as any king or warrior to the well being of their society, culture, and spirituality.