Jesus’ sister Ruth and her husband, Philoas


Marble figure of typical Roman husband & wife.
Photographer: Gjon Mili

The experiences of the entity as Ruth, the sister of Jesus, in the Palestine  period.


So thou in thine experience in the present, as ye may be questioned as to thy gentleness to this or that experience of individual activities, become aware of those experiences through which ye passed, even there – as not only the sister in the flesh of Jesus but as the helpmeet to a heathen; yea, a Roman!

Yet the foolishness of the world and of the earth is the wisdom of God! Just as the foolishness of man may be turned into the wisdom of the ages, the wisdom of God.

For the wisdom is indeed to be  willing to be led by the Spirit of GOD rather than to be guided by thine own  concept OF paralleling or classifying or reasoning.

For the worldly-wise oft destroy themselves, as ye saw among the leaders of thine own peoples, as ye saw among those in  authority among thine own associates. And these ye see oft.

But even as He, thy Brother; though He wept bodily over Jerusalem, though He sighed with the very blood of His body in Gethsemane, He smiled upon the Cross – as He smiles upon  thee and gives, “I am with thee; be not afraid, it is I – even I who AM the Life, who AM the Way, who AM the Word!”

And in Him, (and “In me,” as He gave) ye can put thy trust.

“Were it not so, I would have told you. I prepare a place for those that are faithful, are patient, that they – too – may be with me as from  the foundations of the earth. Ye have been, even as I, in and out – in the  shadow, in the light; yet the purpose, the desire of the soul itself is to be at  an at-onement with Him.”

(Q) Does this mean that the world will evolve into bringing souls into the world in the manner that Mary did?
(A) Souls will evolve into the manner to be able to bring into the world souls, even as Mary did.

And these may come as the souls of men and  women become more and more aware that these channels, these temples of the body are INDEED the temple of the living God and may be used for those communications with God, the Father of the souls of men!

(Q) Is it true that Jesus is the only  begotten son of God, and what does this mean?
(A) In this to give the  full concept is to give the history then of all those who have entered into flesh WITHOUT that act which man knows as copulation. For as those experiences Jesus, known as Jesus, the brother of this entity, came into the earth, the FIRST that were of the sons of God to enter flesh, THERE the first and only begotten of God.

Again, as names would say, Enoch walked with God, became aware of God in his movements – STILL that entity, that SOUL called Jesus – as  Melchizedek, without father, without mother, came – STILL the soul of Jesus; the portion of God that manifests.
But each son, each daughter, through these very acts of the only begotten, of the son of Mary, of the first in the earth, of that without father and without mother, without days, without years – becomes  then as the elder brother to all who are BORN in the earth, as the maker, as the creator, as the first, as the last; as the beginning, as the end of man’s soul’s experience through the earth and throughout the spheres of consciousness in and  about the earth.

Thus is He the only begotten, the firstborn, the first to know flesh, the first to purify it.

And so man in his concepts, in his understandings, in his wisdom of God, purifies – here a little, there a little.

See also:

From Karma to Grace: The Power of the Fruits of the Spirit by John Van Auken.

Meeting of the Youngsters Jesus and John the Baptist

Edgar Cayce’s Story of Jesus by Jeffrey Furst

The Early Years and Ministry pp. 216 – 219

Q. Aside from the Apostles, what were the reactions of people who were closely related to Jesus? For example, you have mentioned that He had two brothers and a sister. We know that James and Jude became Apostles, and that James – later referred to as James the Less – was appointed the head of the church. But what of Ruth? Would you please fill in some details of her life and her reaction to Jesus?

A. With the return of Joseph and Mary to Palestine from the Egyptian sojourn, and with their return to active service among the peoples, there was created quite a different environ for Joseph and Mary.

For soon after the return – that (return) recorded in Holy Writ, from the journey to the city for the period of the Passover – we find that James, the elder brother of the entity Ruth, was born into that experience.

In the next year, after there had been the beginnings of the teaching of Jesus by the Wise Men of the East and His sojourn in Persia, India – and when those activities brought about the change in the material or financial status of the family – Ruth then was born in the city of Capernaum; and (she was) surrounded by such activities as befitted the peoples of that period, that day.

There was awe in the minds of the people as to what had taken place at the birth of the mother – Mary’s – first son. Hence, the entity, Ruth, was rather in awe of the suggestions, the intimations which surrounded that experience and questioned the mother concerning same. As the entity grew into maidenhood, and after the birth of Jude, then the death of Joseph brought that brother – Jesus – home! And there were those activities which surrounded the entity (Ruth) concerning that unknown, that strange kinsman – that kinsman whom the people held in awe, yet about whom some said many unkind things.

With the departure of this brother to Egypt for the final initiations or teachings, with John – another kinsman who had been spoken of and held in awe, since his (John’s) mother had been a chosen vessel by the priests of the Essenes, and since he, John was the lineal descendant of the high priests of the Jews – we find that in the entity’s latter teens such ponderings brought a great many disturbing influences to the entity, Ruth … Hence we find the entity was divided in thought and activity between the tenets held by the elder brother, James, those held by the mother, and the actual activities of the entity as one among a people who were being questioned, and doubted. Then with the return of John, the cousin, and the beginning of his ministry – one who had renounced his position as a priest, who might serve in the temple, in order to become an outcast and a teacher in the wilderness – there was brought consternation to the entity, Ruth.

And again there was a questioning of the mother as to those experiences of the mother preceding the birth of that (brother) Jesus.

Then (came) the return of Jesus to the Palestine Land, after those periods of the tests in the wilderness, after His meeting with John; and then the return to Capernaum and the teaching which He, Jesus, accorded there. The entity (Ruth) then, for the first time, heard His first utterances in the synagogue: as to the prophecies of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the teachings of the lesser prophets, and as to how they applied to the experiences of that day.

Returning from this meeting, where a tumult was raised owing to the utterances of that new teacher, the entity encountered the entity, Philoas – a collector, not in the sense of the “taker in,” but the supervisor (overseer or examiner) as to the abilities of various individuals in various positions to pay that tribute – a Roman. Because of her beauty, their mutual interest in helping the less fortunate, and the natural consequence of their ages, there was brought about a bond of sympathy between the two.

In her haste to acquaint the mother with the sayings of that teacher, her brother, of whom so much had been asked, by whom so much had been said but so little understood by Ruth, the entity (Ruth) with those two companions (Philoas and a doctor friend) went to Mary, warning her of the possible entanglements with those new authorities – or the Roman activities. (1158)

(Thus, Philoas, the Roman) came in close contact with those of the household from which the Master had gone out, becoming associated with and later married to (and by the Master) the sister of the Master – the only sister, who had received education in Greece and Rome, because of the family’s associations with the sects, and the Jews, and a portion that favoured the Romans. (1151)

For it is not, as so oft considered, that the family of the Master lacked material opportunities, for from many sources there had come opportunities for those in the household of the Master to have greater training. (1179)

In the latter portion of the entity’s (Ruth’s) sojourn, while children were born in Rome, during those activities of the entity and the companion (Philoas), much aid was brought to those in the Roman experience who accepted the new teachings. Much that gave help and strength to bear the persecutions later was established in the hearts and the minds and the experiences of those peoples during the entity’s sojourn … For she did bring the heart of the people to Him as she did bring the younger brother (Jude) – though he faltered much – as she did give strength to the elder brother to head the church under all those vicissitudes of distress without, turmoils within. (1158)

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However, these times of enlightenment and awakening were not to pass peacefully. The Romans began to move against this growing new group that they considered to be nothing more than troublemakers. Nimmuo was present at one such event when James, the brother of Jesus, was chosen as head of the new church along with Peter. She witnessed how the other James and his brother John, the sons of Zebedee, had so stirred the spirit of the crowds that the Romans became afraid of the mass meeting and attacked with swords drawn, killing James and many others during the riot, and eventually exiling John to Patmos. These two sons of Zebedee had long been called “the Sons of Thunder” and the Romans had had enough of them. From this moment on the followers of the humble Nazarene would be persecuted by the authorities.

Revisiting James, brother of Jesus

Regarding the letter Was

James the brother of Jesus

(Apr-Jun ’10), I am in agreement

as to being aware of

the source of information

presented. Therefore, Sister

Mary of Agreda’s experience

should also be considered.

As to Christ Jesus’ choice for

John to care for his mother; he

knew this young man was the

best choice – he was the only

Disciple not murdered. Edgar

Cayce’s reading 1151 [paraphrased]

states: he (a Roman

overseer) was the husband of

Ruth, Jesus’ sister. Another

reading states that Ruth had

a brother James.

The story is also rich in characters and events not included in the biblical accounts. For example, consider Ruth the sister of Jesus who married a roman (Philoas), the man who wrote the report that got Pontius Pilate recalled. Speaking of Pilate, perhaps his hesitation to condemn Jesus to death was more than just his wife’s bad dream. Cayce states that Jesus healed his epileptic son.


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58 Responses to “Jesus’ sister Ruth and her husband, Philoas”

  1. blessedistruth Says:

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  2. blessedistruth Says:


    Death throes! Is this end of labor movement?

    Political patronage, not collective bargaining, rules public employee unions

    Posted: February 27, 2011


    “But when the unions have a lock-grip such that all public employees must belong to the union and when the unions succeed in electing Democratic politicians, the game changes from collective bargaining to political patronage.”

    The Democratic governors elected by Democratic unions grant elaborate public-employee pensions to reward their labor union campaign contributors.

    Since public-employee pensions do not have to be paid until the future, the Democratic governors elected by Democratic unions get to pay the patronage with a future budget for which future governors will be responsible.

    “This game is in its last gasp,” Corsi wrote.

    “Why? Because states can no longer afford the generous public employee pensions awarded in more prosperous times, when political patronage through collective bargaining could be afforded.”

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, union membership is continuing to decline.

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  8. blessedistruth Says:

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  9. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    Conscious abductee and MILAB victim Melinda Leslie

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  11. blessedistruth Says:

    Questions raised over SEC counsel’s Madoff links

    ‘Becker’s participation suggests multiple conflicts of interest’

    Posted: March 04, 2011

    By Jerome R. Corsi


    Specifically, Issa and Grassley’s accusations include that:

    Chairman Schapiro knew, from February 2009, that Becker had received money from a Madoff account, but she never ordered Becker to determine his possible clawback liability in the Madoff bankruptcy case;

    Becker advised and represented the SEC in the Madoff bankruptcy case – the same case in which he eventually became a clawback defendant. In that case, Becker recommended a position that affected his personal financial interest;

    Chairman Schapiro knew that Becker, her general counsel, was responsible for this work, but never asked Becker whether the advice he was providing might affect his personal financial interest;

    Becker asked for a waiver from the SEC’s ethics office to perform this work, but did not fully disclose his financial interest to the ethics office;

    SEC ethics counsel William Lenox granted Becker’s waiver request 25 minutes after Becker made it, accepting Becker’s incorrect assertion that the work would not affect his financial interest;

    Becker met with Madoff victims whose interests were opposed to his, because they will receive portions of any Madoff money that he forfeits in the clawback litigation – and did not disclose this fact to them; and that

    Becker’s financial interest and conflicts were not disclosed to the commission’s inspector general, or the public, until Becker was sued in the Madoff bankruptcy case.

    Issa and Grassley gave Schapiro until 5:00 p.m. on Monday to answer some 28 detailed questions about Becker’s involvement with Madoff and to produce the documents requested.

  12. blessedistruth Says:

    Yikes! You won’t believe the real jobless numbers

    Federal docs contradict 8.9% hyped by media

    Posted: March 04, 2011

    By Jerome R. Corsi


    This reveals unemployment for February 2011 not at 8.9 percent, but as 9.5 percent,

    comparing the seasonally adjusted U3, the unemployment percentage the BLS reports to the public,

    with the not seasonally adjusted U3, the unemployment percentage the BLS reports only in detailed tables such as this one.

    Looking at the not seasonally adjusted U6 data,

    the unemployment rate jumps to 16.7 percent for February 2011,

    not the 8.9 percent seasonally adjusted unemployment rate

    reported in the monthly BLS unemployment rate press release.

    Economist Jim Fitzgibbon, the head of the Highlander Fund, calls the BLS monthly unemployment rate report “worthless,” noting

    “the entire report is seasonally adjusted to be positive, while the non-adjusted data is just awful.”

    So, where the seasonally adjusted U3 unemployment rate dropped

    from 9.4 percent in December 2010 to 8.9 in February 2011,

    the non-adjusted U3 unemployment rate is moving in the opposite direction,

    from 9.1 percent in December 2010 to 9.5 percent in February 2011.

    (My head is too muddled this morning to make sense of this. Maybe you can!)

    (Question: Are we comparing apples with apples here, i.e., how is this different from the numbers put forth during Bush’s eight years?)

  13. blessedistruth Says:

    Fouad Ajami on Libya


    COOPER: Because the regime, Fouad, continues to say, well, look, we’re not — we haven’t even tried.

    We could crush these people if we wanted to, but we’re only bombing to scare them.

    We’re shooting over their heads, which obviously in many videos we have seen does not seem to be the case.

    AJAMI: Look, Anderson, all Arab armies, we must understand what they are. They’re really instruments of internal repression.

    All the Arab armies, their behavior and their conduct and their performance in wars outside are terrible.

    But every single army — when you look at the Syrian army, for example, like the Libyan army, you can say it’s sectarian, it’s terrible, it can’t stand up to Israel.

    All this is true.

    But what’s also true is that these are instruments of internal repression.

    And an army, however disorganized, however dysfunctional it is, facing civilians, will always prevail, if you will.

    So, yes, Gadhafi’s army is in terrible straits, but we’re talking about an uneven confrontation.

    And we refuse from the outside to level the killing field. We refuse to have a no-fly zone.

    We refuse to arm the opposition to Gadhafi.

    And if we leave it this way, I think, generally speaking, these armies will always prevail, because they are built to prevail.

    COOPER: You see the opposition in Benghazi getting more organized today?

    AJAMI: The opposition in Benghazi I think has answered the international call.

    They have heard what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, that they’re opportunists, we don’t know who they are.

    What they have done is they have put forward a very, very decent group of people. And their platform is quite remarkably simple.

    They say all parts of Libya are represented in this council. There are five seats reserved for the young.

    The permanent headquarters they say are in Tripoli and the temporary ones are in Benghazi and we’re committed to the unity of all of Libya, no negotiations with Moammar Gadhafi.

    That’s another one of their planks, no negotiations with him. And our goal is a constitutional and democratic state in Libya.

    COOPER: Fouad, thank you for being with us.

    (Ajami has always been my “go to guy” on all things Middle Eastern and North African. And I still trust his judgment.)

  14. blessedistruth Says:

    Mr. Yoo is a law professor at the University of California, Berkeley. He was an official in the Justice Department from 2001-03 and is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.

    MARCH 5, 2011.

    We Don’t Need U.N. Approval to Save Libyan Lives

    Why is the Obama administration deferring to an international body that protects brutal dictatorships?


    It should come as no surprise that an administration dominated by academic thinking on Iraq is making a fetish of international law in Libya.

    This pious elevation of international law over American national interests means that more innocent civilians will die and authoritarian regimes will last longer.

    A better way, consistent with the traditions of U.S. foreign policy, would spread democracy and capitalism to critical regions like the oil-rich Middle East.

    This is not some moralistic, Wilsonian conceit.

    Democracies tend not to go to war with each other, and they share a common interest in recognizing individual liberty.

    By putting aside the U.N.’s antiquated rules, the United States can save lives, improve global welfare, and serve its own national interests at the same time.

    (You see, this is why I’ve been so anti-spending (anti-Obama) since shortly after his inauguration. I knew the money wasn’t going to be there when we really needed it. The rest of the world depends on a powerful and prosperous America. And now we’re broke. I don’t know, our efforts in Libya may have to remain covert.)

  15. blessedistruth Says:

    American Muslim organization calls upon American Muslims to denounce Shariah for America rally

    March 1, 2011

    American Islamic Forum for Democracy


    AIFD stands against any movement that would subjugate Americans under Shariah law

    PHOENIX (March 1, 2011) – Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser


    Shariah for America is not the first group calling for the Islamist ideologies to defeat American values.

    These ideologies were also recently seen in July 2009 at the Hizb ut-tahrir recruiting conference outside Chicago.

    Many American Islamist organizations see these demonstrations and meetings as being on the fringe, but at the end of the day

    very few American Muslim organizations

    have directly taken on the ideology of the caliphate, Islamism, political Islam and the Islamic state.

    They instead want us to believe that classically Islamist organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood and all of its offshoots and front groups are not a threat to the United States,

    when in fact rallies like this demonstrate the depths of exactly what the threat is and how at their core

    all Islamists desire to remove our Constitutional republic and put in its place an Islamic state based in Islamic law and the interpretations of clerics and theocrats.

    AIFD calls upon all people of conscience to counter these ideas and demonstrate the fact that these are the very ideas that radicalize Muslims.


  16. blessedistruth Says:

    A federal VAT tax, Tom Coburn? No, sir. Absolutely not.

    Tom Coburn hints at what’s coming in the 2012 budget battle


    HH: But what do you mean by…what’s that mean, get out of trouble?

    TC: Well, we are in a death spiral, because interest rates are going to rise. And our interest costs are historically at 6% of our debt.

    We’ve paid this year at 2% of our debt.

    It tomorrow it was 6%, what you would have is $840 billion dollars more in deficit spending than what we have today.

    HH: Holy moly.

    TC: $840 [million] more.

    So you know, we don’t have any choice except to…we can raise everybody’s taxes to where nobody has any future,

    or we can reform entitlements, and we can create a proper perspective that’ll restore a great view, and a great future for America.

    HH: When we last spoke a few weeks ago, there was an effort, a bipartisan effort to get together and come up with a proposal across some of these things.

    Has that advanced in the Senate any further?

    TC: It’s working. We meet twice a week, and we’re working on it.

    HH: And when…how will that be rolled out? Will that be in conjunction with the House budget?

    TC: No, it’ll probably be rolled out after we get a blessing that the administration will swallow hard and take it.

    But even if they don’t, once we negotiate it in the Senate, that’s what we’re going to put on the Senate floor.

    HH: Will a federal VAT tax be a part of that, Tom Coburn?

    TC: No, sir. Absolutely not.

    HH: What about the end of the housing deduction?

    TC: No, what there’ll be is there’ll be a limitation on it for one home, and a limitation on the size of the home, probably, $500,000 dollars.

    HH: Oh, my gosh. Won’t you kill the real estate market?

    TC: I don’t think so.

    HH: Oh, boy, that’s going to be tough to swallow. So you’ve got Republicans who agree with that?

    TC: Well, you know, the point is that that’s what the Deficit Commission had, so that’s what we’re starting from.

    We’re not talking about any of the things that we’re actually doing right now.

    HH: Okay, in terms of the cost duplication that the GAO found, will that be part of your proposal, to go in and cut stuff like that?

    TC: Well, we’re going to have significant cuts in discretionary spending, but this is new, and we won’t go back and approach that.

    But that’s some of the extra stuff that we’re going to be able to get.

    So if there’s $100 billion dollars a year there, and I think that’s conservative, that helps us to another trillion dollars.

  17. blessedistruth Says:

    Matt Miller vs. Paul Ryan

    The problem with Miller’s thesis is as follows:

    1. Raising taxes high enough to deal with exploding healthcare costs would kill economic growth, making the debt problem even worse.

    2. Ryan, via his Roadmap for America, demonstrates a way to provide a safety net that does not require bigger government. Miller refuses to acknowledge the viability of free market solutions.

    3. There is no political evidence that Americans are ready for dramatically higher taxes.

  18. blessedistruth Says:

    Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Nicolai Sennels, a Danish psychologist who worked for several years with young criminal Muslims in a Copenhagen prison.

    A Muslim Upbringing and Terrorism

    Posted by Jamie Glazov on Mar 4th, 2011

    (IMO we need to differentiate “Islamists” from Muslims. And our language, the words we use, are important. Personally, if I hear “Zionists” this or “Jews” that, or “Catholics” this … I just stop listening. It must be the same for Muslims — “Muslims” this “Muslims” that. We need to appeal to Muslims against shariah, like Dr. Jasser.)

  19. blessedistruth Says:

    March 03, 2011

    Beck: Wisconsin Police Stand With Van Jones? | Glenn Beck


    BECK: We are talking about a curriculum that Van Jones authored part of it.

    It’s now available to New York state teachers from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights and NYSUT, the union of professionals who are they?

    Teachers union, Robert F. Kennedy Center.

    Now Van Jones curriculum on police brutality. I was telling you that it lists additional sources for students.

    He suggests the students visit this site. This one here, it’s called Here is what is at Check it out. You’ll love it especially police officers.

    Remember, you’re standing with this man. Mostlywater, March 15th is police brutality day it’s actually f-police brutality day. It happens all day.

    On this web site, you’ll also find this. The excuse of a few bad apples is a myth. The tree is rotten. The institution of policing, itself, is the problem.

    Police systematically use and grossly abuse their power at their disposal to criminalize and otherwise brutalize queer and trans people, communities living in poverty. Wow! That’s kind of a really — wow!

    Activists, indigenous and radicalized communities, those without status, people living with disabilities, drug users and those living with mental health issues.

    2010, they was the year of the riot and 2011 is said to be the year of insurrection. Stay tuned for more details as March 15 approaches and join us in the streets.

    This is great, isn’t it? This is great. Are there bad cops? Yes. Those few should be punished.

    Bad apples must be removed, but they are a few bad apples.

    Equal justice for all, including police, good and bad. You have the radicals that you would never ever stand with.

    You would never stand with students from a democratic society.

    You never stand with the freedom rolled socialist organization or the Palestinian solidarity group or this group Mostlywater. You’d never do it.

    But these are all linked in books now for our schools by the Robert F. Kennedy school and NYSUT. What is that? The teachers union.

    Teachers union that actually is the AFL-CIO. AFL-CIO money put this together. The teachers union. They are the ones coming together.

    By the way, the international police union, AFL-CIO. Why would they be eating their own? These people here hate these people here.

    These are the people that you stand here as a cop and go I can’t believe I’m protecting these guys. But you do it because you’re full of honor.

    You are actually standing next to these people. This guy, this guy, this guy and the FOP are convincing you that no, you’re just standing here.

    No, you’re not.

    No, you’re not because as you see, these people are these people.

    You must make sure you know who you are standing with, the lesson.

  20. blessedistruth Says:

    Senator Barrasso Delivers his “Second Opinion” on the Health Care Law

    Senator Barrasso with Neil Cavuto on FOX News

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    Paul Ryan on CNBC: To Restore Prosperity, We Must Tackle Tidal Wave of Debt

  23. blessedistruth Says:

    Conscious abductee and MILAB victim Melinda Leslie

  24. blessedistruth Says:

    Page 3 #278 “Wild is the Wind”

  25. blessedistruth Says:

    Dawdled and Toddled

    Come and talk of all
    The things we did today
    Here and laugh about
    Our funny little ways

    While we have a
    Few minutes to breathe
    Then I know that it’s
    Time you must leave

    But, darling, be home soon
    I couldn’t bear to wait
    An extra minute if you dawdled

    Darling, be home soon
    It’s not just these few hours
    But I’ve been waiting
    Since I toddled

    For the great relief
    Of having you to talk to

    And now, a quarter of
    My life is almost past
    I think I’ve come to
    See myself at last

    And I see that
    The time spent confused
    Was the time that
    I spent without you
    And I feel myself in bloom

    So, darling, be home soon
    I couldn’t bear to wait
    An extra minute if you dawdled

    Darling, be home soon
    It’s not just these few hours
    But I’ve been waiting
    Since I toddled

    For the great relief
    Of having you to talk to

    Go and beat your
    Crazy head against the sky
    Try and see beyond
    The houses and your eyes
    It’s okay to shoot the moon

    Darling, be home soon
    I couldn’t bear to wait
    An extra minute if you dawdled

    Darling, be home soon
    It’s not just these few hours
    But I’ve been waiting
    Since I toddled

    For the great relief
    Of having you to talk to

    Allison Crowe — This Little Bird

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  27. blessedistruth Says:

    Libya uprising – live updates

  28. blessedistruth Says:

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    Memo to Myself

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    Ralph Vaughan Williams

    03 – Symphony No. 4 in F minor_ III. Scherzo_ Allegro molto

  33. blessedistruth Says:

    Movement 3

    Ralph Vaughan Williams

    Symphony No. 4

    (Listen to the whole thing here.)

  34. blessedistruth Says:

    Results is the 1989 Liza Minnelli album produced by Pet Shop Boys and Julian Mendelsohn.

    The album was a huge success in the UK, where it reached #6 on the UK Albums Chart (promoted by the lead single “Losing My Mind,” which reached #6 on the UK Singles Chart).

    The album was less successful in the US, peaking only at #128 on the Billboard Top 200 albums.

    According to Minnelli, the album’s title came to be when she was at a bar and she complimented a woman on her dress.

    The woman thanked Minnelli and explained that it was her “results” dress.

    “When I wear this dress, I get results.”

    Music for a Friday Afternoon

  35. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m over here for a little while:

    I’ll put up new post soon.

    It’s about music and healing from Cayce material and elsewhere.

    I’ve been so upset about events in Libya and Japan and elsewhere.

    Humanity needs our Creator’s mercy now as ever.

    So constant prayer.

    And a song in your heart.

    Keep the tyrant at bay.

  36. blessedistruth Says:

    This may be good site for Japan Nuclear Updates:

  37. blessedistruth Says:

    I watched news conference live on NHK. The spokesman said all workers have left the plant due to high radiation. There are NO WORKERS at the plant except for 2 workers that were unaccounted for.

    92 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:05:54 PM by JohnKinAK

  38. blessedistruth Says:

    “I think you might be correct. Unless they can get some water into those pools, things will deteriorate drastically. “
    I understand that there are multiple levels of complexity, but it just seems so ironic that you have nuclear plants next to the sea, in an area that was just overrun by a Tsunami, but there isn’t enough water to prevent the spent fuel from combusting.

    110 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:12:13 PM by pieceofthepuzzle

  39. blessedistruth Says:

    Fire at Japan N-plant, white smoke seen

  40. blessedistruth Says:

    NHK interview with TEPCO engineers. appears to be #3 due to containment vessel damage. just damn.

    123 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:15:45 PM by glock rocks

  41. blessedistruth Says:

    Japan Nuclear Disaster: Last Workers Reportedly Evacuated from Plant; White Steam Seen Over Reactor; Situation Upgraded to a 6 on 7-Point Nuclear Event Scale
    Japanese officials acknowledged for the first time that radiation released from damaged reactors was sufficient to be “harmful to human health.”

  42. blessedistruth Says:

    Watching Japanese Regulatory agency briefing now on NHK.

    134 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:17:33 PM by JohnKinAK

  43. blessedistruth Says:

    “Abandonment of those plants is terrible news.”
    Agreed, worst possible news, well now we will find out just how good the primary containment vessel is. Sadly there is no containment for the spent fuel rods, so once those start to burn and they will, we are looking at a terrible out come. I am still hoping this news is not true.

    But happily this should not affect president Obama’s vacation plans.

    154 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:23:43 PM by jpsb

  44. blessedistruth Says:

    even cracked, I think there is a sizable containment structure over the fuel that would make it hard to drop concrete. Plus, the radiation to the pilots would be pretty high. Maybe, really long cables?

    If the control rods are in place, I don’t think there will be a melt down. If it is, then hopefully containment will contain most of the radiation. Chernobyl melted down and ended as the “elephant foot” formation inside the plant, iirc. It is still lethal radioactively and is hot thermally.

    Again, IIRC, but the waste pool should have the fuel cells far enough apart, that if exposed they shouldn’t resume criticality. However, the radiation near the drained pool will be lethal.

    159 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:25:11 PM by FreeAtlanta

  45. blessedistruth Says:

    But all designs now need to be reviewed for safety.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    The CANDU reactor used exclusively in Canada, employing heavery water ( H3O ), is very safe, but GE trumped CANDU in Japan.I bet they now wish they had CANDU reactors.

    172 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:29:04 PM by Candor7

  46. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m watching the NHK press conference, and it sounds like “abandoned” isn’t quite accurate. People are going in for brief periods to take measurements and keep pumps running and so on.
    Though it is a little hard to follow. It sounds like there still isn’t a dangerous amount of radiation outside the immediate environs of the plant.

    182 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:31:03 PM by Snake65

  47. blessedistruth Says:

    Japan temporarily pulls backs workers from Nuke Plant
    MSNBC – workers left for 45 minutes and are now going back in.

    195 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:34:09 PM by Libloather

  48. blessedistruth Says:

    There were many involved who did what needed to be done and knew it would end up killing them. Mighty brave.

    201 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:36:44 PM by JPG

  49. blessedistruth Says:

    Crisis over – they are back in. They didn’t just leave and run away – as the thread made it sound.

    They had a break – took a breather – rested up – going back in!

    No big deal and nothing that hasn’t happened earlier today.

    They are getting things under control one step at a time. They wouldn’t be there if they didn’t think they could handle this.

    Even if there is a total meltdown it isn’t THAT big of a deal. Yeah – not good – but not the end of man as we know it.

    This will be easily contained in the coming days.

    Just a slow process.

    Can’t rush putting out a nuclear plant. Takes time. As expected.

    205 posted on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:37:59 PM by silentknight

  50. blessedistruth Says:

    10:10 – A fuel pool at the No.3 reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi plant may have heated and produced steam, TEPCO says. Media images earlier showed white smoke drifting from the plant.

    10:19 – The radiation reading at the main gate of the plant rose sharply just after 0100 GMT on Friday and started to fall almost an hour later, the government says.

    10:30 – It is not realistic to think that the No. 4 reactor at the plant will “reach criticality”, the chief government spokesman says.

    10:38 – Japan may seek direct U.S. military help to end the crisis at the plant, the chief government spokesman says.

  51. blessedistruth Says:

    New Thread:

    The Unofficial Dan Burisch Chronicles Part Five – The Kennedy Assassins

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  53. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m over here for a little while:

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  55. blessedistruth Says:

    I’m over here for a little while:

    Scroll down to bottom of comments section.

  56. blessedistruth Says:

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