compiled by Dee Finney
9-9-05 - DREAM - My ex-husband Edward and I were sledding in the snow. We went a long way very fast and went through a hole in a fence and kept going down an icy path along a concrete wall. We came across a herd of cattle laying on the ice, and there were some people and some dogs laying in the ice as well. I was afraid of the cattle, but we rescued the people and the dogs anyway. I carried the puppy to the lady's house.
We took the people to their house and went inside, where I admired their huge house. There wasn't much furniture in it, but the rooms were larger than normal homes we see on a daily basis.
The two men left the house to go somewhere and the woman and I and her children began to make friends with each other. I was carrying a tall stemmed plant for some reason, trying to keep the stem straight and keeping the plant from tipping over as I moved from place to place.
She asked me if I wanted to see something. I said, "Sure!" and we went over to a large glass case that was like a museum diorama or animal cage. Just as she was going to point the object out she wanted me to see, her son moved the outer glass door and when it shifted I couldn't see into the glass case at what she was trying to show me.
I was trying to figure out where I knew this woman from. She was blonde and pretty - around age 30 or so, but I couldn't remember. It seemed like maybe I bought my first bird cage and bird from her, or she was a friend to my friend Kathy who lived on Fitzgerald mountain.
NOTE: Fitzgerald mountain is in Arkansas
(I've never been there)
We were getting along really well. I was helping her with something while she was doing the dishes. All of a sudden she got mad at me and said, "Thanks for helping me do the dishes.!"
It dawned on me that I should help her do the dishes instead of what I was doing.
I started to wash a water glass. I was planning to wash the glass, a small glass bowl, a larger glass bowl, and then a large glass bowl. There was no light over the sink and since the bowls were really very dirty, I asked her if I could have some light.
She was getting madder and madder at me and I now see hatred and murder in her eyes for asking for 'light'.
We started arguing and I said, "I know what the problem is, you're jealous of me!"
She looked at me with such hatred, I decided I would get out of the house before she did something terrible to me. I stepped out into the back hall where my brown tweed winter coat was hanging on a hangar.
I put my coat on and stepped outside even though I was barefoot.
The men were just arriving home from somewhere when I went out the door.
Then I had a tremendous vision of the sky and something exploded violently in the sky.
In the center of the explosion was the word COSMIC. Off to the side, it said, The Pope meets Dee - 856 days.
I was then told by a voice that this was a cosmic event, not meant to be a long term friendship.
NOTE: It is possible that the current Pope will die when the cosmic event occurs. Cosmic events usually bring terrible events on earth.
An astrologer states these dates: The timing of the Third Secret of Fatima is in the immediate future. The slain "Bishop Dressed in White" is either Pope Benedict XVI or his immediate successor. The two highly dangerous vectors for the prophecy's fulfillment are October 2006 and May 2009.
NOTE: Hillary Clinton is from Arkansas - maybe she is the blonde?
NOTE: 9-13-05 - It came to me that the blonde is the same woman I met in a dream last month. She was running for political office in New Hampshire. I couldn't figure out how I could vote for her when I was in Wisconsin. It had something to do with 'bumblebees' as well.
11-25-07 - The first primary election for
President in 2008 is January 3, 2008 in Iowa, the second primary is January 8,
2008, in New Hampshire.
COSMIC EVENTS NOW AND FUTURE
The telescope detected its first burst on 17 December, only a few days after its instruments were switched on.
On 19 December, the US space agency satellite caught three more.
GRBs are the most powerful explosions in the Universe, releasing more than one hundred billion times the energy our Sun emits in a year.
Swift orbits Earth in wait for a burst to come into its field of view.
Following a detection, the satellite veers round to point its X-ray telescope (XRT) and UV/Optical telescopes toward the blast.
Because the telescope is currently undergoing tests, scientists were not able to interrupt operations to chase the first few bursts.
But on 23 December, the telescope spotted a long GRB that lasted about two minutes and turned to observe it. The XRT obtained an accurate position, spectrum and decay light curve for its afterglow.
"We haven't quite got to the point yet where we're routinely cranking out bursts. That should happen in a couple of weeks," said senior Swift scientist Professor David Burrows of Penn State University, US.
When the satellite is fully operational, it will be able to turn to view the source within about a minute of detecting a cosmic blast.
"Speed is crucial, because clues to what caused the burst may disappear quickly," said Professor Alan Wells, leader of the UK's University of Leicester's XRT team.
"In the past, it has taken hours to view the afterglow with a high-quality telescope. Now we'll be on the scene within minutes."
Professor Burrows said that apart from a circuit problem with the thermal control on the XRT, the satellite was performing very well.
The mission aims to understand what GRBs are. Scientists know there are two types of burst which could be caused by entirely different types of event.
In one scenario, bursts occur when a star collapses in on itself, giving birth to a black hole.
Another possibility could be that bursts come from the collision between two neutron stars.
"If some bursts are coming from very old neutron stars, these may have drifted out of the galaxies, so we will see them coming from areas of blank sky. That's the kind of thing we want to try to study," Professor Burrows told the BBC News website.
The team has released the first image taken by Swift,
of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant. This object is
the relic of a gigantic stellar explosion that was seen
to occur in about 1680.
the slowest mover of all, is currently perched between 10 and 12
degrees of Sagittarius.. Jupiter, a speedier customer but a
planet that packs an equally powerful punch, is at the opposite
point in Gemini. The effect is rather like putting two Sumo
wrestlers in a ring surrounded by strategically placed phials of
nitro-glycerine. Pretty explosive.
Experiment with a Superconducting magnet Spectrometer (BESS)
and the Alpha Magnet Spectrometer (AMS)
|NASA’s first trip to Mercury in 30 years — and the
closest look ever at the innermost planet — is set for Aug. 2, with a
of the MESSENGER spacecraft from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. MESSENGER will conduct an in-depth study of Mercury, the least explored of the terrestrial planets that also include Venus, Earth and Mars. After a scheduled 2:16 a.m. EDT liftoff aboard a Delta II launch vehicle on Aug. 2, the first day of a 13-day launch period, MESSENGER’s voyage includes three flybys of Mercury in 2008 and 2009 and a yearlong orbit of the planet starting in March 2011. http://www.llnl.gov/pao/news/news_releases/2004/NR-04-07-06.html
|SUNRISE is a high resolution balloon-borne solar
telescope aiming to study the structure and activity of the magnetic
field in the lower solar atmosphere. These questions are of fundamental
importance for understanding the higher corona extending into the
and interplanetary space.
The SUNRISE investigation is a joint project with contributions from the US (balloon, gondola, SUPOS, and telescope mirror), Spain (magnetograph) and Germany (main telescope, post-focus unit, image stabilization). German institutions providing hardware will be the Kiepenheuer-Institut für Sonnenphysik and the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research as PI institute. DLR funding will also include an industry contract covering the main telescope. The project shall result into a balloon flight in 40 km altitude over Antarctica in January 2008.
SUNRISE will for the first time allow observations of the Sun with a resolution of 35 km in a spectral range which is not accessible from the ground. The project shall also demonstrate the feasibility of a space-borne 1-m solar observatory.http://www.linmpi.mpg.de/english/projekte/sunrise/
|NASA's Deep Impact Fly-by spacecraft will carry out a
small mid-course trajectory correction today, Wednesday, July 20, 2005
... which will bring it past the Earth in January, 2008, prior to flying
by another comet (still unselected) several years after its successful
mission to Comet Tempel 1 ....
F. Bernardi et al. presented a poster highlighting issues surrounding their unconventional discovery of 2004 MN4 and describing, among other things, the complex -- and highly appropriate -- reasons for naming the body Apophis. Still other ACM presentations evaluated the progress of the current Spaceguard Survey: it seems unlikely to meet its original target of discovering 90% of NEAs larger than 1 km diameter by early 2008, unless the total number is actually much less than the estimated 1100 [This total number, however, has not been revised based on recent data]. Pan-STARRS, which will begin to come on-line next year in Hawaii, will begin a new era of discovering ever-smaller NEAs. Plans for the later construction of the Discovery Channel Telescope at Lowell Observatory and the LSST were also presented. Still other talks, not specifically oriented towards hazardous NEAs, nonetheless presented information potentially relevant to the logistics of actually deflecting an NEA from Earth impact. For instance, K. Holsapple argued that small main-belt asteroids (though not necessarily NEAs) are not proven to be rubble-piles simply because of their failure to spin more rapidly than about once every couple of hours. Other speakers, however, argued that an increasing fraction of small bodies may be doubles (or even triples!), and thus more difficult to cope with.
In summary, the impact hazard was well integrated into this meeting that generally dealt with less practical, pure-science aspects of asteroids and comets.
|Comet p17-Holmes exploded in the skies in October,
2007. It grew so big, it exceeded the size of the sun and could be
seen with the naked eye by everyone.
STRANGE COMET: Astronomers around the world agree, Comet 17P/Holmes is one of the strangest things ever to explode in the night sky. It's a comet, yet it looks like a planet with a golden core and a green atmosphere:
Yesterday, Comet Holmes shocked sky watchers with a spectacular eruption, brightening almost a million-fold from 17th to 2.5th magnitude in a matter of hours. The comet is now visible to the naked eye--even from light polluted cities--high in the northern sky after sunset: finder chart.
Is Comet 17P/Holmes losing its tail?" asks Italian astronomer Paolo Berardi. "Last night I recorded an image showing a big disconnection event that was not present on Nov 8th."
Jack Newton of the Arizona Sky Village saw it, too: image. "The comet has a huge eruption moving along its tail. Holmes is more bizarre with each passing day."
This event does not necessarily signal a new outburst of Comet Holmes. Comet tails can be disconnected by gusts of solar wind which trigger magnetic storms around the comet akin to geomagnetic storms which fuel auroras on Earth. Such a storm and disconnection was observed earlier this year in the tail of Comet Encke: full story.
3D BONUS: Grab your 3D glasses. Graphic artist Patrick Vantuyne has combined two photos of Comet Holmes, one taken by Jack Newton in Arizona and one by Ivan Eder in Hungary, to create an eye-popping stereo portrait: stereo image. "The stereo effect has nothing to do with the different locations of the photographers," he notes. "It is a result of the movement of the comet among between the two pictures."
The Lunar Month of Nov 9, 2007 - Dec 9,2007
In Power Since: 1990
Country’s Natural Resource: Natural gas, oil
Expected U.S. Invasion: January 2008
Greatest Hits: Forget Kim Jong Il – when it comes to out-of-control personality cults, the self-obsessed regime that rules this former Soviet republic beats them all. Niyazov – or as he prefers to be officially called, “Turkmenbashi” (translation: father of all Turkmen) – has installed the requisite golden statues of himself in every city (including one in the capital that rotates to always face the sun) and has, of course, put his face on all the currency… but it’s the little things that have earned him the top spot on our list. Things like restructuring the curriculum of every school around his published poetry, renaming the days of the week after members of his family and enforcing a peculiar national dress code (women may wear their hair in braids or under a hat… only!) But make no mistake, Niyazov is a man of the people. How else could you explain the 1999 parliamentary vote that elected him president for life? The vote? 2,500 to 0.
THE POPE CONNECTION
11-27-07 - The Vatican officials confirmed that the programme for Pope Benedict's visit to America next spring were almost completed, but that this has not dampened speculation that he could make a brief stop-over in Ireland en route to the United States.
|Pell lobbies for World Youth Day
Sydney's Cardinal George Pell has confirmed that he has been talking with Vatican officials about the possibility of Sydney hosting World Youth Day in 2008.
According to a report in Catholic World News, no formal request has been made, but Cardinal Pell said the Australian bishops are "very interested" in the possibility.
"I have already spoken with the Pontifical Council for the Laity," he said.
Cardinal Pell, who has been in Rome with the other Australian bishops for the ad limina visit, added that he has written to the Pontifical Council (which sponsors World Youth Day), to say that the Australian bishops are studying the feasibility of hosting World Youth Day, and discussing the possibility with Australian government officials.
"My goal is to strengthen the faith of young Australians," the cardinal said.
He said that the Catholic community in Australia needs help in persuading young people to resist the lures of "alcohol, drugs, and the improper understanding of the Christian message on sexuality".
Australia's bid reportedly got off to a false start when earlier this year the head of the Pontifical Council for the Laity's Youth Section called the public announcement of bids including Australia's "inappropriate".
Meanwhile a report in the Roman news agency I Media in the past week suggested the event would be held in January 2008, with Australia's summer a lure for visitors from the winter of the northern hemisphere.
The German city of Cologne will host next year's event. A formal announcement of the 2008 "winner" will be made during that event.
World Youth Day in Sydney for 2008? (Catholic World News 29/3/04)
IS THIS THE BLONDE WOMAN?Campaign 2008 Begins, Led by Clinton
Monday, Jul. 25, 2005
By MIKE GLOVER
Associated Press Writer
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton said Monday the nation has "gone off track" in Republican hands since the prosperous years of her husband's presidency, making her case along with other potential 2008 Democratic candidates to a group that helped Bill Clinton win the White House.
Sen. Clinton received a warm reception for her plea that the party adopt a hard line on national security and back an increase in troop strength, echoing the stance of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council. She also called for expanded health care, increased jobs and better education.
Her core message was a need for Democratic solidarity.
"After four years of Republican control, our country has not only gone off track, it has reversed course," the New York senator said. "Let's start by uniting against the hard-right ideology."
Among other possible 2008 candidates, Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack assumed the chairmanship of the DLC, and Virginia Gov. Mark Warner and Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh spent the weekend courting activists before delivering speeches on Monday at the group's annual meeting.
_ Vilsack said Democrats must have "a positive, progressive, practical agenda. We can't afford to be anti, against everything."
_ Warner made a pitch for expanding the Democratic electoral map. He said, "I am here today to tell you how important the heartland strategy is for the Democratic Party and the future of the country. ... We as Democrats neglect the heartland at our own peril."
_ Bayh said the party's future lies in the Midwest: "Our success as a party will largely be determined by how well we do here in the heartland. ... The time has come to be secure about our values. The time has come to lead."
Bayh described Clinton as a "very strong front-runner" for the Democratic nomination three years from now. Polls show the same thing, though there also are many voters who have a negative view of the former first lady.
Sen. Clinton's speech focused on domestic issues and improving the lot of average Americans, harking back to her husband's presidency.
"I know we can do all this because we've done it before," she told the nearly 400 activists gathered for the DLC's annual meeting.
In another allusion to her husband's eight years in the White House, she said, "They turned our bridge to the 21st century into a tunnel back to the 19th century. We are thinking Democrats, not lockstep Republicans."
The speech was coupled with the announcement that Clinton had been chosen to head the DLC's "American Dream Initiative," described by the organization as a national conversation with business, political, labor, civic and intellectual leaders on an agenda for the country and party.
The chairmanship will allow her to travel around the nation next year, at the same time she is seeking another term in the Senate. The job will be an opportunity to burnish an already high-profile image, one that energizes Democrats and Republicans _ in opposite ways _ as the former first lady is both revered and vilified.
Clinton talked tough on combating terrorism, calling for "a unified, coherent strategy focused on eliminating terrorists wherever we find them" while arguing that more can be done to bring other nations into the fight.
The Republican National Committee dismissed her comments, saying in a statement that "Sen. Clinton can talk the talk in an effort to grab headlines, but she can't run from her hard-left record."
She urged Democrats to put aside divisiveness.
"All too often we have allowed ourselves to be split between left, right and center," said Clinton. "It's high time for a cease-fire. It's time for all Democrats to work together."
Clinton has taken a course toward the political center as the speculation about 2008 has grown.
In January, she used an appearance before abortion-rights advocates to call for "common ground" on the issue and recently joined with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., to push for health care legislation like a single system for medical billing that all insurers and providers would use to save time and money.
In a nod to the political calendar, Pat Gerard, vice mayor of Largo, Fla., said a lot can happen between now and 2008.
"Star power doesn't always mean everything," said Gerard. The early star gets the most criticism, he noted.
Associated Press Writer John McCarthy contributed to this report.
On the Net:
Democratic Leadership Council: http://www.dlc.org/
Profiles of potential 2008 contenders are available at: http://wid.ap.org/politics/early2008.html
(Copyright 2005 The Associated Press. All rights reserved
Dec 27, 8:31 AM EST
*Pakistan's Bhutto Killed by Bombing*
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) -- Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Thursday in a suicide bombing that also killed at least
20 others at a campaign rally, a party aide and a military official said.
RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (AP) - Opposition leader Benazir Bhutto was seriously injured and was undergoing surgery Thursday after she was
wounded in a suicide attack that killed at least 20 other people, a party aide said.
Safdar Abbasi said Bhutto was hit in the bomb blast.
"BB is serious and she is in the operating theater," he told The Associated Press. Other top leaders of Bhutto's party were at the Rawalpindi General Hospital, crying.
The Prime Minister later died after surgery.
Mrs. Bhutto's Death Chart
Astrological Analysis: Bhutto Killed in PakistanAstrological Analysis: Bhutto Killed in Pakistan
by Brandi Jasmine
Back in November, I spoke of my concern for Benazir Bhutto:
Last month I spoke of a woman in leadership coming to prominence, and of course the story of Benazir Bhutto fits nicely with the aspects I was watching then. Her potential is great, but I am afraid for her safety with the aspects I see right now. I would urge her to be more cautious than she has been in the past. The same for other women leaders who have polarizing or controversial pasts, who want to transform the world quickly or in radical ways. This is not the best time to push past people's prejudice. They will want to fight to hold on to the "old ways", and some of that push-back could be violent. I feel some of this energy could peak mid-month.November came and went safely for Ms. Bhutto, but today, her good luck came crashing to an unfortunate end, and she was assassinated in the middle of a political rally. Looking at the astrological chart (above) for the time of death, the Ascendant is Cancer, ruled by the Moon (a prominent woman). The Moon in Leo (arrogant leadership, feeling invulnerable) is opposed North Node, T-Squared Venus (a strong woman crossed by unfortunate events). The 12th House Mars (secret plots, war, violence) is opposed by Pluto and Jupiter (religious extremism, the potential for great violence).
The AstroCartography chart for the death time is frightening. It places Jupiter, Mars and Pluto lines in Iran, with the Death-God Pluto directly over Tehran. Worse, the Uranus MidHeaven line (unexpected, shocking events in high profile people or leadership position) also crosses Tehran. There are two possible interpretations. It is possible this assassination was sponsored in Iran, or that Iran will be blamed for it, and there may be retaliatory assassinations in Iran as a result.
Uranus, Pluto, Mars and Jupiter are a dangerous, explosive mixture in this kind of configuration. This assassination could have repercussions that will echo around the world. It bodes ill for peace in 2008, the effects could stain the entire region under a cloud of violent bloodshed. There is a particularly high degree of danger as Pakistan is a nuclear-powered country, and the expanding chaos may put their stockpiles in jeopardy. I am loathe to predict a nuclear exchange, and I pray it is avoidable, but I would not be surprised if there were some kind of nuclear disaster in Pakistan or Iran in the next 18 months.
Mercury also plays a role in this chart, with the Mercury Rising line passing close to Atlanta (CNN headquarters), Washington DC and New York City. The same Pluto, Mars and Jupiter lines cross through the heartland of America. Clearly this news will have a huge impact in the United States as well, possibly leading to a wider spread of the war in Iraq, and a greater burden for "Middle America". The controversy may affect the US elections. I would be greatly surprised if the war in Iraq, and the broader war on terror do not spread dramatically as a result.
--Brandi Jasmine, editor in chief, Astrology.ca
Dr. Turi states: Like Princess Diana, Steve Irwin and Ron Paul, Mrs. Bhutto did not possess "Cosmic Consciousness" and paid the ultimate price of ignorance of the "Universal Code" and all suffered (or will) the mighty power of their natal fated Dragon Tail.
Ron Paul has also been threatened: See; http://www.greatdreams.com/2008/ron_paul.htm
CALENDAR FOR 2008
NOMINEES FOR 2008