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    Posted: July 27, 2012, 5:02 pm - IP Logged

    Eddessaknight,

    When you have time, I tried to send you a PM but your box was full.

    Thank for posting.

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    Also to posters awaiting Del Mar winning projections to resume beacure of Biz affairs

    Thanks to all for PM heads up & patience, will do necessary manintance ASAP

     

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      Posted: August 26, 2012, 12:19 am - IP Logged

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      A quick nut sincere Note  'note apologoa' for any inconvenience  caused mystical readers because of an inadverdent PM log jam

      Also to posters awaiting Del Mar winning projections to resume beacure of Biz affairs

      Thanks to all for PM heads up & patience, will do necessary manintance ASAP

       

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        Lillian Gertrud was 5 and the last American survivor with actual memories of the sinking of the TITANIC past away on this day in 2006,  Shrewsbury, Mass- Lillian was 99.

        Memeories of Liliian & TITANIC will on,

        EddessaKNight

        ARE ALL THE RMS TITANIC SECRETS BURIED BENEATH THE WAVES ????

        ~EDDESSAkNIGHT

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          UNCORKING THE GENIE INSIDE

          Message in a bottle is not just a pirate movie cliche. It's a form of communication that has been used throughout history for serious purposes. England's Queen Elizabeth I even appointed an official "Uncorker of Ocean Bottles." And as recently as 2005, a message in a bottle saved the lives of 88 refugees adrift in the Caribbean Sea on a damaged boat. Glass, it turns out, is an excellent container for carrying sea-born dispatches. It lasts a long time and can even survive hurricanes. In accordance with the astrological omens, I nominate "message in a bottle" to be your metaphor for the rest of 2012. One way to apply this theme is as follows: Create a message you'd like to send to the person you will be in five years, perhaps a declaration of what your highest aspirations will be between now and then. Write it on paper and stash it in a bottle. Store your time capsule in a place you won't forget, and open it in 2017.

                               
          Have Fun Across the Seas of Time
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          Young girl's message in a bottle answered from 10,000 miles away

           

          England's Jasmine Hudson, 4, has made a new friend in Australia thanks to a message in a bottle she had intended for her much closer aunt.
          While on a family holiday in the resort town of Bournemouth, in Dorset, in southwest England, Jasmine penned a note, placed it in a bottle, and tossed it from the end of the local pier.
          Her aunt lives in Guernsey in the English Channel.
          That was the end of the experiment, her mother tells the Telegraphin the accompanying video: "We threw it off the pier and had forgotten about it. We thought it might travel a few miles down the coast."Five months passed before Jasmine received a letter from a grandmother named Barbara Richards, 10,000 miles away in Largs Bay, in South Australia.
          She had found the bottle while collecting shells.
          Her letter read: "To Jasmine, as fate would have it we have been introduced together by your message in a bottle."
          For Jasmine, it was a new friend gained and a lesson in geography, as she can be seen in the video tracing the likely path of the bottle on its journey to the land Down Under.
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            Posted: October 27, 2012, 3:39 pm - IP Logged

            Young girl's message in a bottle answered from 10,000 miles away

             

            England's Jasmine Hudson, 4, has made a new friend in Australia thanks to a message in a bottle she had intended for her much closer aunt.
            While on a family holiday in the resort town of Bournemouth, in Dorset, in southwest England, Jasmine penned a note, placed it in a bottle, and tossed it from the end of the local pier.
            Her aunt lives in Guernsey in the English Channel.
            That was the end of the experiment, her mother tells the Telegraphin the accompanying video: "We threw it off the pier and had forgotten about it. We thought it might travel a few miles down the coast."Five months passed before Jasmine received a letter from a grandmother named Barbara Richards, 10,000 miles away in Largs Bay, in South Australia.
            She had found the bottle while collecting shells.
            Her letter read: "To Jasmine, as fate would have it we have been introduced together by your message in a bottle."
            For Jasmine, it was a new friend gained and a lesson in geography, as she can be seen in the video tracing the likely path of the bottle on its journey to the land Down Under.

            EddessaKnight: TITANIC HERE IT SEEMS, THEIR HEARTS DO GO ON......

            Tours explore haunting of Titanic exhibit at Luxor

             

            Tours explore haunting of Titanic exhibit at Luxor

             

             

             

             

            Tina Carlson, director of the Las Vegas Society of Supernatural Investigations, uses a ghost hunting device at the "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" at Luxor.

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            Staff and visitors to the "Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition" at Luxor say they have seen a mysterious figure dressed in black in this exhibit room featuring a replica of the Titanic's grand staircase. People have called out to her but she never responds before vanishing.

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              Posted: October 27, 2012, 4:13 pm - IP Logged

              Ancient world astrologers have unamonously claimed that the MOON controled the earth

              Well now, modern scientists theorize, 100 years after tye disater that our moon played a special role Sleeping half-moon

              http://news.yahoo.com/sank-titanic-scientists-point-moon-181342953.html

               

              Wonder how many other happenings are being affected by the moon's pull ???

              EddessaKnight  Note

              Many scientists say that the moon was a critical element of life itself developing on Earth.

              The moon acted (and still today acts) as a kind of giant mixing spoon, pulling the tides on and off land, and bringing nutrients on and off land.  Without the moon's effects, things would be quite stagnant on Earth.

              The moon was likely created more than 4 billion years ago, when a large planetary body smashed into the Earth, breaking off huge chunks of matter, which eventually (over the course of millions of years) coalesced into the moon.  When it was first created, the moon was much closer to the Earth, and would have appeared huge in the night sky.  The tides and other effects on the Earth would have been extremely strong, since it was so close to the Earth.

              Gradually, the moon has been spiraling away from the Earth, with its gravitational effects slowly weakening over billions of years.  Eventually, millions of years in the future, the moon will escape the gravity well of the Earth, and the Earth will no longer have a moon.

              Who knows what the effects will be on the Earth at that point, but until then, we can be sure that the moon has been one of the most important factors in all of our lives.

               

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                Many scientists say that the moon was a critical element of life itself developing on Earth.

                The moon acted (and still today acts) as a kind of giant mixing spoon, pulling the tides on and off land, and bringing nutrients on and off land.  Without the moon's effects, things would be quite stagnant on Earth.

                The moon was likely created more than 4 billion years ago, when a large planetary body smashed into the Earth, breaking off huge chunks of matter, which eventually (over the course of millions of years) coalesced into the moon.  When it was first created, the moon was much closer to the Earth, and would have appeared huge in the night sky.  The tides and other effects on the Earth would have been extremely strong, since it was so close to the Earth.

                Gradually, the moon has been spiraling away from the Earth, with its gravitational effects slowly weakening over billions of years.  Eventually, millions of years in the future, the moon will escape the gravity well of the Earth, and the Earth will no longer have a moon.

                Who knows what the effects will be on the Earth at that point, but until then, we can be sure that the moon has been one of the most important factors in all of our lives.

                As it will be this weekend and into next week as Sandy approaches. 

                Batten down the hatches get some water together in the event the central water supply is cut off.

                Big John says. You don't hit the number. The number hits you!!!!

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                  Posted: October 29, 2012, 3:44 pm - IP Logged

                  Many scientists say that the moon was a critical element of life itself developing on Earth.

                  The moon acted (and still today acts) as a kind of giant mixing spoon, pulling the tides on and off land, and bringing nutrients on and off land.  Without the moon's effects, things would be quite stagnant on Earth.

                  The moon was likely created more than 4 billion years ago, when a large planetary body smashed into the Earth, breaking off huge chunks of matter, which eventually (over the course of millions of years) coalesced into the moon.  When it was first created, the moon was much closer to the Earth, and would have appeared huge in the night sky.  The tides and other effects on the Earth would have been extremely strong, since it was so close to the Earth.

                  Gradually, the moon has been spiraling away from the Earth, with its gravitational effects slowly weakening over billions of years.  Eventually, millions of years in the future, the moon will escape the gravity well of the Earth, and the Earth will no longer have a moon.

                  Who knows what the effects will be on the Earth at that point, but until then, we can be sure that the moon has been one of the most important factors in all of our lives.

                  Thanks Todd for this most informative response-

                  Today's full moon will bear heavy on the seas & tides & the affairs of men during the Sandy Frankenstotm. What many people are unaware of is that, side of the tides, the moon also impacts the earth with the expansion & contraction.

                  Stay tuned Note  for updated astro numerologoical cause & effect + historical situation report.

                   

                  Keep your safety belts on we are in for a ride on the wild side

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                    Posted: November 1, 2012, 6:48 pm - IP Logged

                    Many scientists say that the moon was a critical element of life itself developing on Earth.

                    The moon acted (and still today acts) as a kind of giant mixing spoon, pulling the tides on and off land, and bringing nutrients on and off land.  Without the moon's effects, things would be quite stagnant on Earth.

                    The moon was likely created more than 4 billion years ago, when a large planetary body smashed into the Earth, breaking off huge chunks of matter, which eventually (over the course of millions of years) coalesced into the moon.  When it was first created, the moon was much closer to the Earth, and would have appeared huge in the night sky.  The tides and other effects on the Earth would have been extremely strong, since it was so close to the Earth.

                    Gradually, the moon has been spiraling away from the Earth, with its gravitational effects slowly weakening over billions of years.  Eventually, millions of years in the future, the moon will escape the gravity well of the Earth, and the Earth will no longer have a moon.

                    Who knows what the effects will be on the Earth at that point, but until then, we can be sure that the moon has been one of the most important factors in all of our lives.

                    Hurry, Hurry, Hurry ~~~

                    The RMS Titanic artifacts collection to be sold for $189 million

                    Staggering price for Titanic artifacts http://news.yahoo.com/titanic-artifacts-collection-sold-189-million-202134678--sector.html

                     

                    Last Chance for the fabled First & Last Voyage of the Dammed

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                      Posted: November 10, 2012, 5:12 pm - IP Logged

                      Hurry, Hurry, Hurry ~~~

                      The RMS Titanic artifacts collection to be sold for $189 million

                      Staggering price for Titanic artifacts http://news.yahoo.com/titanic-artifacts-collection-sold-189-million-202134678--sector.html

                       

                      Last Chance for the fabled First & Last Voyage of the Dammed

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                      POST RMS TITANIC NOTES SURVIVE AFTER SINKING
                      SAFETY ENGINEER BELIEVE THE DOOMED TITANIC NEEDED MORE LIFEBOATS

                      A British  sferty official who pre-inspected the TITANIC before her maiden sailing , thougth it should have more lifeboats according  to his preserved  private notes which are being offered for sale this month (see above attach).

                      But Capt. Maurice Clarke, a Board member of trdae & emmigrataion officer, didn't express that belief when he testified @ the official British inquiry ino the ship's sinking.He also was not asked then whether  the TITANIC carried an adequate number of lifeboats. There is no record of Clarke expressing his views  publickly, auctioneer Andrew Aldridge said.

                      The U.S. Senate inquiry con concluded 2,223 people were aboard the TITANIC when it wemt under the waves~~~~```` with only 706 surviving.

                      Never Forgotten

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                        Many scientists say that the moon was a critical element of life itself developing on Earth.

                        The moon acted (and still today acts) as a kind of giant mixing spoon, pulling the tides on and off land, and bringing nutrients on and off land.  Without the moon's effects, things would be quite stagnant on Earth.

                        The moon was likely created more than 4 billion years ago, when a large planetary body smashed into the Earth, breaking off huge chunks of matter, which eventually (over the course of millions of years) coalesced into the moon.  When it was first created, the moon was much closer to the Earth, and would have appeared huge in the night sky.  The tides and other effects on the Earth would have been extremely strong, since it was so close to the Earth.

                        Gradually, the moon has been spiraling away from the Earth, with its gravitational effects slowly weakening over billions of years.  Eventually, millions of years in the future, the moon will escape the gravity well of the Earth, and the Earth will no longer have a moon.

                        Who knows what the effects will be on the Earth at that point, but until then, we can be sure that the moon has been one of the most important factors in all of our lives.

                        You could have just said "coalesced" and I would have been impressed...........


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                          Hurry, Hurry, Hurry ~~~

                          The RMS Titanic artifacts collection to be sold for $189 million

                          Staggering price for Titanic artifacts http://news.yahoo.com/titanic-artifacts-collection-sold-189-million-202134678--sector.html

                           

                          Last Chance for the fabled First & Last Voyage of the Dammed

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                          I Agree! Get them while they are hot..........