Dee Finney's blog

start date July 20, 2011

Today's date May 25, 2012

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5-25-12   DREAM -  I and a female friend (name unknown)  went to have our hair cut 4 inches long, so it stood  up on end like grass and then went with our boyfriends to a new golf course being developed from a farm where the grass was cut 4 inches long out of an old pasture.


The men we knew stood on our humped backs as we crouched on the ground on our hands and knees,  to hit the golf balls off of our heads.  Then we two women hit the golf balls for practice off of the grass.  (No tees were used) I only saw the men as shadows.


Then we two women went out into the field to find the golf balls and found all four golf balls had been hit within 4 inches of each other 218 yards out.


When we got out there, we discovered that a brick and wood structure had been removed from the site with deep rectangular  holes still in the ground s were pulled out and it was a very dangerous soft area to walk in.


On the way back to the old what farm house, I had to crawl through a very tall 'bush' hedge that was easily pushed aside to crawl through.


My muscles hurt all over from the day's exertion, but I knew I would get used to this over time.


NOTE  Something tells me, I am Hillary Clinton -  remember that I and my female friend were 'hills' off of which the golf balls were hit by the men.


218 days from today's date is:  December 29, 2012

It came to me later that this was the girlfriend:  Janet Wood Reno (born July 21, 1938) is a former Attorney General of the United States (1993–2001).[1] She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993, and confirmed on March 11. She was the first female Attorney General and the second longest serving Attorney General after William Wirt.




Hi Dee, On 5-23-12, I dreamed about looking in a mirror and my hair was flipped up on the ends. Hilary Clinton had her hair styled like that when I saw her on CNN last night.

But in the dream, my mother was sorting her hoard like in real life. She had a box with an elephant made of gray modeling clay with large ears lined with orange clay.

There was also a receipt for some jewelry under my pillow that I was trying to find the company name on. I finally found it on the bottom with two other locations for the company and it was "Abodollah."

I looked that up and Abodollah was an Iranian musician who was very modest. The Iranians said yesterday that they rescued an American ship from pirates.

Hilary and Laura Bush both have the same Chinese astrology as Marie Antoinette--Scorpio, Year of the Pig.











218 > 11 > 2 - 218 - 218 = 2x109
HayYodAlephReshBet --- pr.n. "Yah Created".
HayAlephYodReshBet --- creation, novelty, new thing.
HayReshVauZain --- crushed; to squeeze, press out.
DaletVauReshChet --- pr.n. "trembling".
YodReshChet --- glow, heat; excrements, dung; white or fine bread; pr.n. "Cave Dweller"; white linen.
ReshChetYod --- to delay.
ChetReshYod --- to wander, travel onward; the moon, the wanderer; a month, a lunar month.
MemYodYodDaletAyin YodDaletAyin --- (778 w/f); finest ornaments.
NunVauBetTzaddiAyin --- (868 w/f); labor or travail, hard toil; pain.

infinite in Jewish Gematria Equals: 218

English Gematria



8: Auger, Audiophile, Atria, Amnion, Antibodies, Antidotes, Antependia, argue, Badger, Basenji, Barged, Buffoon, Beer, Besotting, Brit, Bree, Gagger, Gadolinium, Garbage, Garbed, Garth, Dulness, Digestion, Distastes, Distinguish, Deepening, Deepens, Handless, Handseling, Heard, Inhabitation, Infundibulum, Iodation, Irid, Ennoble, Epos, Tare, Tunnellike, Tiara, tear, Toots, Fair, Flagellums, Fossate, Knotting, Magnetism, Maltose, Mimosa, Mishmash, Misjudge, Memos, Modules, Mottling, Momenta, National, Nepenthe, Nomina, Nomen, Subtasks, Silique, Singles, Semilog, Sejant, Stationed, Stapes, Stimulus, Stipend, Spates, Oboist, Outgoing, Opes, Pastes, Pumped, Pigeon, Pinnal, Peso, Plumbing, Plumbs, Podding, Pose, Judgement, Jells, Jess, Rate, Rugae, Rude, Rued, Riata





Abdollah Nouri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Abdollah Noori is an Iranian reformist politician and cleric. Despite his "long history of service to the Islamic Republic," he became the most senior Islamic politician to be sentenced to prison since the Iranian Revolution when he was sentenced to five years in prison for political and religious dissent in 1999.[1] He has been called the “bete noire” of Islamic conservatives in Iran.[2]...


218 = Spirit of prophecy, The Book of Revelation

218 = Mildness + Severity ( the 2 outer pillars Tree of Life )

218 = Convergence Movement, Incoming Diamond Energy

218 = Canis Major + Canis Minor

218 = Mercury + Sulphur ( re alchemy )



Looking for some fun presidential facts ?

Who was the first golfing president ?

President Taft - on the Tee

The first president of the U.S. to openly admit playing golf, from the great state of Ohio, was President William Howard Taft, the 27th President of the United States.

We say the first to admit because it is suspected that President Theodore Roosevelt may have also played golf, but like other politicians of the day, decided to keep his golfing private, as at the time, it was considered a game for the rich only. Golf became an obsession with with President Taft who although played to a 20 handicap, was known to regularly shoot below 90.

President Taft, unlike Teddy Roosevelt, not only instructed his campaign people not to keep it private, but actually participated in golfing exhibitions. He played rounds with both good and bad, covered by the press, including American Golfer. He even partnered with Mr. Alan Lard in a match against American Golfer editor and former U.S. amateur champion Walter Travis teamed with Vice President James S. Sherman.

In another high profile match President Taft partnered with Mr. Walter Travis against Presidential aide Captain Archie Butt and Brigadier General Clarence R Edwards.

He also openly celebrated the completion of the Connecticut Avenue bridge which allowed for a quick and direct route to the Chevy Chase Country Club from the White House for afternoon rounds of golf.

President Taft once played in a public round of golf at the Kebo Valley Golf Club in Bar Harbor, Maine, where he may have even established a course record of sorts at the 17th hole known as the Elbow hole, by taking a smooth 27 on the hole.

How many of you, let alone how many presidents, would have the gumption to do that, period, let alone in the public eye ?

"President Taft my not be the greatest President of the United States has ever had, he may not become a third termer or even a second termer, but nothing can rob him of the distinction of being the first President of the Untied States who played golf" Mr. Henry Leach London Evening News November 1912

After President Taft completed his term of office, he served as honorary chairman of the 1913 U.S. Open played at Brookline Country Club, and not only witnessed parts of Francis Ouimet's stunning Open victory, but was instrumental in it being used to further catapult the great game of golf into the American public consciousness.

The American Golfer
August 1911

President Taft says: "My advice to the middle-aged and older men, who have never played golf, is to take it up. It will be a rest and recreation from business cares, out of which they will get an immense amount of pleasure, and at the same time increase their physical vigor and capacity for work, as well as improve their health. This applies particularly to the government clerks, and I sincerely hope that the proposed public golf course will soon be opened, and that men and women of sedentary habits here will be enabled to get this splendid form of exercise."

The American Golfer
April 1913

Ex-President Taft has gone on record strongly in favor of golf, his favorite recreation, when he embodied his views in a recent letter to the Chamber of Commerce approving the establishment of a public golf links in the parks of Washington, D. C. "You know my tendency to golf, my sympathy with anybody who wants to play it, and my desire to spread a love for the game whenever I can. Golf is a splendid recreation which can be enjoyed with profit by the young and the old. It is in the interest of good health and good manners. It promotes self-restraint, and, as one of its devotees has well said, affords a chance to play the man and act the gentleman. It is the game of all classes, not a mere plaything for faddists, nor, as many suppose, a game for the rich man only. FAVORS FREER USE OF PARKS. "I favor a freer use of public parks by the people than we have had in the past. They should be available for tennis, baseball, skating, golf, and like games, under reasonable restrictions. Golf is the least injurious of outdoor games to the landscape features of our public parks. "I think all our parks should be opened for golf unless there is some specific objection in public needs. The use to which they are put should not be confined to driveways, which are a boon to those who own carriages and motors, but should include healthgiving games for the enjoyment of those who cannot afford to develop country clubs."

The next President to help raise the golfing consciousness of the American public was President Warren Harding with his presenting the US Open trophy to 1921 US Open champion Jim Barnes at Columbia Country Club, Chevy Chase, Maryland.

Other presidents who have had open love affairs with the great game of golf include, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a superb golfer was Club champion at Campobello Golf Club, Campobello Island New Brunswick before being stricken with polio. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, namesake of the famous Eisenhower Tree at the Augusta National Golf Club went so far as to have a putting green installed at the White House; John F. Kennedy, known more for his sailing was a low handicap golfer who many say played with a relaxed and confident manner matched only by the best in the game; President Gerald Ford was an avid golfer, in the President Taft vein, often seen playing in such public venues as the Bing Crosby Pebble Beach Pro-AM, and the Bob Hope Desert Classic.

Both Presidents Bush as well as President Clinton also supported respectable golfing handicaps in the teens.

To learn more about our golfing Presidents and other fun Presidential facts , continue your search here....




President John F. Kennedy
Best of our Presidential golfers


President Kennedy, considered the best of our Presidential golfers sported a 7 handicap at the peek of his golfing career. Known for his ability to pull off some miraculous recovery shots President Kennedy earned a the reputation of a strong competitor early in his golfing career leading Harvard past Yale in a heavily contest collegiate golf match.

When playing golf with his father and brothers JFK preferred playing at Hyannisport Golf Club and Palm Beach Golf Club. As a US Senator and President he was certainly no stranger to Burning Tree Club and Chevy Chase Clubs in Maryland.

A photo of the Magnolia Cup won by President Kennedy playing in a tournament at the Nice Golf Club

The 1939 Magnolia Cup Trophy from the Nice Golf Club won by John F Kennedy

A photo of JFK golfing at the Palm Beach Golf Club.

JFK showing his Presidential
form on the 1st Tee at
The Palm Beach Golf Club.
Note the penny loafers.

A photo of JFK's MacGregor golf clubs. The bag is mongrammed JFK,Washington DC

President Kennedy's MacGregor
golf clubs, note the monogram
on the golf bag, simply
JFK, Washington DC

President Taft on the essence of golf: "I don’t know of any game that is so provocative of profanity as golf. I don’t know any game that makes one so ashamed of his profanity." Makes you wonder what former Navy man President John F. Kennedy's favorite quotes were.


Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Club Champion Campobello Golf Club
Campobello Island, New Brunswick

A photo of a display depicting FDR's club championship.

If golf architect's are the devil and we are sure that they are
then, although we still don't know about Joseph Stalin these photos provide proof the FDR did indeed dance with the devil !

A photo of golf clubs used by FDR to win club championship.

The above photos are of the display at Campobello that commemorates FDR"s golfing prowess and his Club championship August 29, 1900 at Campobello. It does not state if these are the only golf clubs he used in route to his championship but it does state they are clubs that he used. Hickory shafts, white canvas Sunday bag, golfing classics. It is also an interesting fact that FDR designed and built the 1st golf course on Campobello Island !

To learn more about President Kennedy and other Presidential golfers, continue your search here.....


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