Independence Rock


 

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July 1st. 2019

  1. Hike – 1.4 miles.
  2. Mosquitos – Thousands.
  3. One hour away from home.
  4. Should have started earlier in the day.

..Today’s adventure is a place we have already been a few years ago when we visited from South Carolina.

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Independence Rock, Wyoming.

..Last time the weather was fair and rabbits were all over the place.
..The plan today was to walk around it and then hike to the top. Well… that plan got seriously altered. First of all, a bit of mornings laziness crept into our plans causing to arrive late into the morning. The second was the fact that this time any spot that helps any measure of moisture produced clouds of Mosquito’s Continue reading

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UpDate, Trojan Horse


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..The Ron Wyatt group just posted an update with more information. Click on the picture below to watch the full video.

(Click here to read part one)

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Waiting for the Sonrise, Part 3


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Welcome to the continuation of “Waiting for the Sonrise” In part one I gave a general overview of various subjects as an introduction. In part two I took the subject of food and health and expanded it. In reality, none of these subject expansions, including this one about History could possibly do justice to the subject.

Case in point, to properly address the subject of history would result in a major overhaul of our history books. As a small example, a few weeks ago a friend of mine and myself took out a large sheet of butcher-like paper. And wrote the word “Antarctica” on it. Creating a simple graph of everything we know that connects to it, from what is not being said in the history books soon filled the paper. And we only wrote down the topic headings!! WOW. Continue reading

Waiting for the Sonrise, part one


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  As stated in my previous post, “Ink on the page” this is an introductory part of a going series. The quote I used blog post is to me the most on target. It came from the first Lord of the Rings movie when Galadriel was speaking at the intro to the movie.

  “The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost; for none now live who remember it.“

   Much of the Rings movies is extremely symbolic of the age we now find ourselves in. Many of the now famous quotes like Gandalf speaking to Frodo is oddly the question that will face most of the church during this age as we gear up for our own personal and corporate last battles

  “I wish it need not have happened in my time said Frodo, ‘So do I,’ Said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

  So, do you feel the change? Do you watch the world around you and feel somewhere deep down within you a change has taken place that has a hard time describing?

  Many do and are starting to speak up about it.

  An even larger group, I think feel the same but have said nothing for there own personal fears of being correct. As I said before, there is a universal SOS or wake up call that even the non-Christians are now hearing.

  And that is the point of the next several blog posts. I am hoping to display some “things” that do not fit within the narrative our world is teaching. All in the hope of a few people waking up from the dangerous slumber we now find ourselves in.

  This first post is a sampling of some of the issues that I will try diving deeper into. So hopefully this will cause you to ponder and reflect as I slowly hack away at some of the foundations of illegitimate wisdom in our world.

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Crazy Stuff


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Crazy stuff.

As I get older, research and learn, I tend to see things from a different vantage point that causes me to reflect on so many things.

We have, as a society have been taught so many half-truths, lies and fairytale stories that have been presented to us as truth in the education systems. That I have come to really realize that some of the comments I heard in my teens and twenties from the old timers were very true. “We are all subjects of a massive social-cultural engineering project.”

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Appalachian Sound


Sound, Water, and Light are of the most powerful and profound things of this world. Anyone of these can build or destroy. And sometimes one opens the door for all so that they may dance together.

Through the sound of the words, “Let there be Light” Light was invited over the threshold to our world so that water now rested on the Earth.

Heavenly sounds played by human fingers can bring the invitation of Light deep within us so that the Father may overshadow the well of our souls with peace.

Deep thinking (unspoken words) can give birth to wisdom in such places.

The late Rich Mullins once said Continue reading

Whatcom Co. Prophetic


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Took a wonderful vacation this year. Drove across the United States visiting, taking pictures and generally enjoying life, that is except for unplanned $1600 repair bill in Casper for our exhaust system. Another story for another day.

  A long time ago we lived in Washington state, in fact, we grew up in the state and watched many changes take place.

  A little backstory first. Continue reading

One Big Tree


 the largest surviving American chestnuts left in the entire world

A Blast from the Past.

Back before my wife and I got married in the late 80’s. I found myself involved in an “event” that made the local news.

  I was surprised after all these years to find evidence of it on the internet. So I asked the American Forests magazine for permission to reprint this article on my blog.

But first, here is a little background information; Continue reading