Image of the Virgin of Guadalupe Cries Blood


Antonio de Jesús Vázquez / Matehuala / 7 Septiembre 10

Google Translation
La Madre de México
En Matehuala, cientos de personas peregrinan hacia una humilde vivienda de la colonia Las Cumbres, al difundirse que la imagen de una Virgen de Guadalupe postrada en la pared de una habitación llora sangre.  
In Matehuala, hundreds of people pilgrimage to a humble home in the colony Las Cumbres, to spread the image of the Virgin of Guadalupe prostrate on the wall of a room crying blood.

Este extraño suceso ocurre en la casa ubicada en la calle Pinos esquina con Rafael Nájera con el número 202.

This strange occurrence happens in the house on the street corner with Rafael Nájera Pinos with the number 202.

La vivienda pertenece al señor Emilio García Rangel, quien se encontró conmocionado ante este hecho, donde la historia de este acontecimiento fue difundida por familiares y vecinos del lugar.

The house belongs to Mr. Emilio García Rangel, who found himself shaken by this, where the history of this event was broadcast by relatives and neighbors.

El padre de familia expresó que su hijo mayor fue quien descubrió el pasado sábado por la tarde a la Virgen de Guadalupe llorando sangre, sin embargo, él y su esposa no le creyeron hasta por la noche que llegaron a su casa y vieron que efectivamente la imagen de la Reina de México estaba derramando sangre de sus ojos, explicó que “pensamos que Dios está mandando una señal a través de esta imagen, que van más de cuatro veces que se ha producido este evento”.

The parent said that his eldest son who discovered last Saturday evening at the Virgen de Guadalupe crying blood, however, he and his wife did not believe him until the evening that came to his house and saw that indeed the image of the Queen of Mexico was blood pouring from her eyes, explained that “we think God is sending a signal through the image, ranging over four times that has produced this event.”

Durante estos últimos días es impresionante la cantidad de gente que ha llegado al lugar, y se han sumado al rezo del Santo Rosario, provocando de esta manera una larga cola para poder ingresar a la casa y observar de cerca el fenómeno, que quienes lo han visto han llegado hasta derramar lágrimas de conmoción al ver a la Madre de México.

During the last few days is amazing the amount of people who have come to the site, and have joined the Holy Rosary, thus causing a long queue to enter the house and look closely at the phenomenon that those who have seen have come to tears of shock at seeing the Mother of Mexico.

Al entrevistar a algunas de las personas han coincidido en que esta es una muestra para que sepamos que Dios está presente entre nosotros, y debemos de cambiar la situación en la que nos encontramos viviendo, dado que en la actualidad la mayoría de las personas están perdiendo la fe.

In interviewing some of the people have agreed that this is a sample for us to know that God is present among us, and we must change the situation in which we find ourselves living today because most people are losing faith.

Por su parte, el presbítero Roberto Castillo, mencionó que “se estará investigando este acontecimiento, sin embargo, expresó que cada que una imagen derrama sangre de sus ojos es un aviso para advertir algunos acontecimientos que están fuera de la Biblia y desobedecen las leyes de Dios”.

For his part, Father Roberto Castillo, said that “it will be investigating this event, however, said that each time an image bleeds from her eyes is a warning to warn some events outside of the Bible and disobey the laws of God. ”


Our Lady of Guadalupe — The Story

A poor Indian named Cuauhtlatohuac was baptized and given the name Juan Diego. He was a 57-year-old widower and lived in a small village near Mexico City. On Saturday morning, December 9, 1531, he was on his way to a nearby barrio to attend Mass in honor of Our Lady.

He was walking by a hill called Tepeyac when he heard beautiful music like the warbling of birds. A radiant cloud appeared and within it a young Native American maiden dressed like an Aztec princess. The lady spoke to him in his own language and sent him to the bishop of Mexico, a Franciscan named Juan de Zumarraga.

The bishop was to build a chapel in the place where the lady appeared.

Eventually the bishop told Juan Diego to have the lady give him a sign. About this same time Juan Diego’s uncle became seriously ill. This led poor Diego to try to avoid the lady. The lady found Diego, nevertheless, assured him that his uncle would recover and provided roses for Juan to carry to the bishop in his cape or tilma.

When Juan Diego opened his tilma in the bishop’s presence, the roses fell to the ground and the bishop sank to his knees. On Juan Diego’s tilma appeared an image of Mary exactly as she had appeared at the hill of Tepeyac. It was December 12, 1531.


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  3. rosettasister Says:

    maussan has uploaded more recent crop circles, I guess he just got around to translating this one.

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    A compilation about the crop circles appeared during August, but in different years

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    The meaning behind the England crop circles 2010

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    We are Victoria Popova Dr.Sc., Ph.D. and Lidia Andrianova Ph.D. – two women-scientists from Russia. This is our research for decoding of crop circle pictograms.


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  6. rosettasister Says:

    More on Popova and Andrianova (can’t explain, but maybe this will “resonate” with you)

    Extraterrestrial Civilizations (ETC)


    In the previous message 6 July, 2010 Hampshire, England ETC have shown necessary structure of mankind’ cell able to make the Transition for life’ continuation.

    It is the cell of the united consciousness with homogeneous resonant structure.

    Thus, ETC showed that now on Earth is emergency situation.

    For prolongation of our life only high homogeneity structure is required for bio-resonant activity which will lead to repeated strengthening of the united consciousness action.

    In the result, a beam of bio-laser will arise at the moment of consciousness’ synchronization revealing the highest resonant quality of the united cell structure.

    A bio-laser beam will remove our body from the level of global cataclysms – the level of Crystal Structures.

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    – the destruction of mankind in global cataclysms in

    *** the result of critical decreasing of Earth magnetic field ***

    which they represent by symbols of hysteresis loops.

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    Many crop circles warn about necessity for the Transition to a mode of the united consciousness.

    It is important to note that the decoding pictogram appeared near the Cley Hill with the shape presenting

    the principle of the united consciousness formation,

    necessary for civilization’ Transition in a new life cycle.

    At association of two individual cells, with small area of a brain, i.e. consciousnesses of two people, the united cell with the expanded area of a brain is formed.


    Wow, all that money I spent on an advanced degree never prepared me for this! After viewing the maussan videos, I dug a little deeper and stumbled across these two women. I am usually very leery of “channelled” information. But this does remind me of something I’ve read before. Since we humans are material and spiritual at the same time, there’s a “quickening” which will take place when we’ve attained a certain level of awareness (consciousness?) (mastery?)

    This “quickening” is actually supposed to alter our cellular structure.

    I know this sounds like magic, I’m just repeating what I remember.

    If memory serves, Edgar Cayce spoke of this.

  7. rosettasister Says:

    Here’s more from these two ladies, if you’re interested.

    Rozetsky stone Okinawa

    Около архипелага Рюкю было сделано много интересных находок.

    Around the Ryukyu archipelago was made a lot of interesting discoveries.

    Так, около 60 лет назад в западной части побережья Окинава было найдено более 10 плоских каменных таблиц, с выгравированными на них символами.

    Thus, about 60 years ago in the western coast of Okinawa, was found more than 10 flat stone tables with engraved symbols.

    Самый большой из них был назван Розетским камнем Окинавы.

    The largest of these was named Rozetskim stone Okinawa.


    … the process of expanding the area of the brain

    during the formation of “obediennogo” consciousness

    up to the fifth level of consciousness – the combined consciousness of civilization.

    the principle of forming “obediennogo” consciousness

    when combining the two individual cells formed cell united consciousness with an expanded area of the brain.

    the same process of forming joint consciousness

    … a large circle, depicting the expanded area of the brain cells combined consciousness of civilization.

    Pointy tip of a pointed oval, represents dematerialization.

    (click link and scroll to bottom to view images)

    (I include this because it reminded me of when Alex Collier speaks of going from the third physicality (this one) to the fifth physicality.)

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    Padre Pio life: as a man, a Franciscan, a Priest, a Mystic, and Blessed.

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    ELECTION 2010

    Christine O’Donnell’s opponent has another Marxist tie

    But embattled Democrat Chris Coons says he’s not enemy of U.S.


    Posted: September 23, 2010

    By Aaron Klein

    Coons graduated from Amherst College in 1985 after which he went to Africa for about two years.

    When he returned to the U.S., he worked for the Coalition for the Homeless in New York and audited a course by West at Union Theological Seminary.

    Auditing is when someone voluntarily attends a course without receiving college credit.

    In an interview with an online Yale alumni magazine, Coons discusses his experience in West’s Union Theological class.

    “I audited one class at Union Theological with Cornel West when I was at the Coalition for the Homeless in New York and realized I strongly needed and wanted some grounding in traditions and doctrines of my own faith,” he said.

    In that interview, Coons also stated, “I have worked to make it clear that I respect and value those that have no faith in a higher being.

    I think it is an important principle in a pluralistic democracy.”

    West, currently a race-relations instructor at Princeton, is an avowed Marxist and senior member at the Democrat Socialists of America.


    Well, this is hardly “newsworthy” but when the opposition starts talking about witchcraft, I guess nothing is off the table.

  15. rosettasister Says:

    Joseph Farah

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    Posted: September 23, 2010

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    Is there any way to suggest that the sexual activity between two men or two women could be described as “ordinary and complete”?

    There were similar rulings more recently in America.


    I agree with both Dick Cheney and Elton John. Civil unions if approved by state legislatures.

  16. rosettasister Says:

    On Sharia

    “They’re not gonna carry a card,” says M. Zudhi Jasser, a Muslim physician who stars in the movies “Third Jihad” and Gingrich’s “America At Risk”. “It’s an ideology.”

    How to Fight Them

    September 5, 2010 – by Michael Ledeen

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    A Response to Yossi Klein Halevi: Can one Really Dialogue with Imam Rauf?

    September 10, 2010 – by Ron Radosh

    As Ami Taheri points out today in The New York Post, and M. Zuhdi Jasser argues in today’s Wall Street Journal, the Imam’s words and actions make quite clear what he really is about.

    Jasser writes:

    Imam Rauf and his supporters are clearly more interested in making a political statement in relation to Islam than in the mosque’s potential for causing community division and pain to those who lost loved ones on 9/11.

    That division is already bitterly obvious…I must ask Imam Rauf: For what do you stand—what’s best for Americans overall, or for what you think is best for Islam?

    What have you said and argued to Muslim-majority nations to address their need for reform?

    You have said that Islam does not need reform, despite the stoning of women in Muslim countries, death sentences for apostates, and oppression of reformist Muslims and non-Muslims.

    Rauf, he continues, argues against politically motivated American protests.

    Yet he says nothing about the global impact of dangerous groups like The Muslim Brotherhood, and indeed, praises the radical Islamist Imam Yusuf Qaradawi as a “moderate.”

    Indeed, Jasser notes that Rauf is making Ground Zero an Islamic rather than an American issue, thereby “showing his true allegiance.”

    And for his part, Taheri points out that there is no such thing as an “Islamic culture;” hence the concept that he wants to build an Islamic cultural center rings false.

    What he wants to build, Taheri argues, is a rabat, “a point of contact at the heart of infidel territory,” to prepare the way for the expansion of an Islamic society.

    As for the original plan to call it Cordoba House, after the period in Southern Spain in which the followers of the three Abrahamic religions supposedly lived in peace, Taheri says this is a false picture.

    He writes:

    In fact, Cordoba’s history is full of stories of oppression and massacre, prompted by religious fanaticism.

    It is true that the Muslim rulers of Cordoba didn’t force their Christian and Jewish subjects to accept Islam.

    However, non-Muslims could keep their faith and enjoy state protection only as dhimmis (bonded ones) by paying a poll tax in a system of religious apartheid.

    If whatever peace and harmony that is supposed to have existed in Cordoba were the fruit of “Muslim rule,” the subtext is that the United States would enjoy similar peace and harmony under Islamic rule.

    Cordoba, contrary to the popular impression, was the opposite of what President Obama said it was: a facility that would be used to propagate “moderate” Islam.

    Taheri writes: “A rabat in the heart of Manhattan would be of great symbolic value to those who want a high-profile, ‘in your face’ projection of Islam in the infidel West.”

    I think you would agree that Rabbi Yosef’s conception of Judaism as a religion bares no comparison to the concept of Islam as enunciated by Taheri and Jasser.

    So the question becomes, if the issue is carrying out an “interfaith argument,” how indeed does one carry his out with Islamists?

    You yourself say this is impossible, since Islamists blur the difference.

    So if Imam Rauf too is an Islamist, it is from both our points of view impossible in fact to carry out such a dialogue.

  18. rosettasister Says:

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    48% — 51%

    44 47 48 the last three days

    Why ticking up?

    I’d feel better if this were 47 or below.

    Beware the malleable middle!

  19. rosettasister Says:

    September 23, 2010

    Most Americans Doubt President Obama’s Economic Advisers

    North Dakota House: Pomeroy (D) Still Trails Berg (R)

    Missouri Senate: Blunt (R) Remains Ahead of Carnahan (D)

    43% Say Free Market Is Best Anti-Poverty Program

    Georgia Governor: Deal (R) Holds Narrower Lead Over Barnes (D)

  20. rosettasister Says:

    Missouri Senate – Blunt vs. Carnahan Rasmussen Reports Blunt 52, Carnahan 44 Blunt +8

    Georgia Governor – Deal vs. Barnes Rasmussen Reports Deal 45, Barnes 39 Deal +6

    New York Senate – Townsend vs. Schumer Rasmussen Reports Schumer 58, Townsend 36 Schumer +22

    California Governor – Whitman vs. Brown Field Brown 41, Whitman 41 Tie

    Pennsylvania 8th District – Fitzpatrick vs. Murphy Franklin & Marshall Fitzpatrick 49, Murphy 35 Fitzpatrick +14

    Michigan 7th District – Walberg vs. Schauer Rossman Group (D) Walberg 42, Schauer 38 Walberg +4

    Real Clear Politics

  21. rosettasister Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/18 – 9/18 1000 LV 45 46 Angle +1

    CNN/Time 9/10 – 9/14 789 LV 41 42 Angle +1

    Rasmussen Reports 9/13 – 9/13 750 LV 48 48 Tie

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/11 – 9/11 1000 LV 44 45 Angle +1

    Reuters/Ipsos 9/10 – 9/12 463 LV 46 44 Reid +2

    LVRJ/Mason-Dixon 9/7 – 9/9 625 LV 46 44 Reid +2

    Wow, this race is close!

  22. rosettasister Says:

    Wednesday, September 22

    Pennsylvania 3rd District – Kelly vs. Dahlkemper Franklin & Marshall Kelly 44, Dahlkemper 38 Kelly +6

  23. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    49 Democrats
    Toss Ups 5
    Republicans 46

    Toss Ups

    CA: Boxer (D)
    CO: Bennet (D)

    IL: Open (D)

    NV: Reid (D)
    WV: Open (D)

  24. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the House

    191 Democrats
    Toss Ups 38
    Republicans 206

    GOP needs 12 of 38 toss ups!

  25. rosettasister Says:

    Toss Up (38)

    AL2: Bright (D)

    AZ1: Kirkpatrick (D)
    AZ5: Mitchell (D)
    AZ8: Giffords (D)

    CA11: McNerney (D)
    CA20: Costa (D)

    CO3: Salazar (D)

    FL2: Boyd (D)
    FL22: Klein (D)

    GA8: Marshall (D)

    IL10: Open (R)
    IL14: Foster (D)
    IL17: Hare (D)

    IN9: Hill (D)

    MA10: Open (D)

    MI9: Peters (D)

    MO4: Skelton (D)

    NC11: Shuler (D)

    NM1: Heinrich (D)

    NV3: Titus (D)

    NY1: Bishop (D)
    NY13: McMahon (D)

    NY19: Hall (D)
    NY24: Arcuri (D)

    OH13: Sutton (D)
    OH18: Space (D)

    OR5: Schrader (D)

    PA10: Carney (D)
    PA12: Critz (D)
    PA3: Dahlkemper (D)

    SC5: Spratt (D)

    SD-AL: Herseth Sandlin (D)

    TX23: Rodriguez (D)

    VA11: Connolly (D)
    VA2: Nye (D)
    VA9: Boucher (D)

    WI8: Kagen (D)

    WV1: Open (D)

  26. rosettasister Says:

    How The Left Operates

    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt

    Be sure to read this piece on how big money from the far left flooded the Colorado GOP primary to saddle the party with Dan Maes as its governor candidate.

    The left’s money combined with Tom Tancredo’s hyper-ego to defeat Scott McInnis and virtually give the state to Denver’s Democratic mayor.

    That which gets rewarded gets repeated, and the left will certainly try to play in the GOP primaries in early 2012 to set up whomever they consider to be the weakest GOP nominee as Barack Obama’s opponent.

    The biggest failure of Michael Steele’s tenure as GOP chair has been the inability of the party to take even minor steps to protect its caucus and primary process from manipulation

    by dedicated Obamians with a desire to stop strong GOP candidates and help weak ones.

  27. rosettasister Says:

    A Column, A Debate, An Interview with Ken Follett and A Vox Blogoli on “Waiting for Superman”

    Posted by: Hugh Hewitt

  28. rosettasister Says:

    Summers speculation roundup

  29. rosettasister Says:

    .loriannlarocco #jackbogle in my @cnbcnetnet intv: “unemployment situation doesn’t seem to be getting any better” pls retweet #jobs
    about 2 hours ago via web
    Retweeted by JimPethokoukis and 1 other .

    @newsagg i would like to do both, compadre
    about 4 hours ago via web in reply to newsagg

    The GOP pledge? Lots of good short-term ideas, but I am going to be disappointed by anything short of Ryan plan and major tax reform
    about 5 hours ago via web

    (Yeah, what he said!)

  30. rosettasister Says:

    The Pledge: the first steps forward

    House Republicans put the preamble into a YouTube video, and CBS has the document online with Scribd:

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    Glenn Beck: Regulation Nation,2933,601442,00.html

    You are a lab rat.

    You have been tricked in compliance with their global redistribution of wealth, leveling the playing field scheme, and every day that we play Republican and Democrat politics is another day we lose.

    Don’t you see they are using us on that game?

    You have to see it through their eyes. Remember, this is what they see.

    Things are unsustainable. That’s the problem. Everybody knows it’s unsustainable. So, that’s the problem.

    How to solve it now? We say, free market and small government.

    They say redistribution of wealth.

    Not between the rich, not from Rupert Murdoch to you — but from you to Venezuela.

    Redistribution of wealth and global government run by elites.

    Once you understand this, this story is going to make sense. This is happening today.

    Hillary Clinton wants global standard for cook stoves. What?

    If you are looking at life, free market solutions, small government, and this is unsustainable — this makes no sense.

    You say what — what is she doing? Cook stoves?

    But think of this story not through your eyes — their eyes. Things are unsustainable.

    Global standards for cook stoves. The Earth has a temperature.

    Redistribution of wealth and global framework. Re-read the goals.

    Clinton says she wants to boost access to large-scale carbon financing.

    Redistribution of wealth, because it’s unsustainable.

    She also added, “Our long-term goal is to have a universal adoption all over the world.” Global governance.

    It’s not about saving the planet.

    *** It’s about spreading the wealth and having the global structure in place for the elites to take control. ***

    America figured this out in time, barely, but in time in about 1918.

    They figured it out when Woodrow Wilson started talking about the League of Nations, which was global government.

    Now, does the story make sense through your eyes? That story with Hillary Clinton — no.

    Does it make sense over here? Yes!

    Their clear ideology is a clear and present danger to America.

    If you think I’m exaggerating, let’s take a look how the choice architects have changed your life all because you’re Homer Simpson and you haven’t noticed.

    These are just the things that they have done in the last 18 months on food.

    Now, this is all going to be up on, Fox Nation, and

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  33. rosettasister Says:

    Global standards for cook stoves don’t bother me.

    But this part IS scary!

    Redistribution of wealth and global framework.

    Clinton says she wants to boost access to large-scale carbon financing.

    The 3 Ps — Power Profit Prestige

    Who would profit from “large-scale carbon financing?”

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    Medical loss ratio phase-in

    Insurers, meanwhile, are hanging tight as they await decisions from state insurance regulators regarding a critical part of the bill for them—what’s known as a medical loss ratio.

    According to a piece in Bloomberg today, the health care law requires that insurers spend at least 80 percent of their premiums on medical care, a measure intended to rein in administrative costs.

    The National Association of Insurance Commissioners was supposed to agree on how to calculate the figure back in June, but has not yet done so.

    Several members met with administration officials today to discuss the issue, The Hill reported.

    (Does anyone still doubt that ObamaCare designed to force employers to drop coverage and force private insurers out of business?)

  36. rosettasister Says:

    Jan Brewer Shows She’s Got More Brass Than the SEIU & What’s-His-Name

    Arizona’s Jan Brewer’s not afraid to take on Obama or the Purple Hand at the SEIU.

    brass = cojones?!

  37. rosettasister Says:

    An independent investigator hired by interim County Attorney Rick Romley to review the actions of Deputy County Attorney Lisa Aubuchon.

    In a three-page letter, Aubuchon responded that the findings were unfounded. She characterized them as an attack on Thomas by “Romley’s inept administration.”

    She was fired Monday.


    It really is a shame not to be hearing from all sides on this:

  38. rosettasister Says:

    I believe this is attorney representing Lisa Aubuchon.

  39. rosettasister Says:

    Aug. 20, 2010

    In March, the chief justice of the Arizona Supreme Court ordered an inquiry into Thomas’ behavior at the request of the State Bar of Arizona, the semigovernmental agency that licenses and polices lawyers in the state.

    The Bar asked that an outside investigator be appointed, and the court appointed Gleason.

    Thomas, Aubuchon and another former top deputy filed petitions with the Supreme Court in an attempt to end investigations into their ethical conduct.

    The court refused to do so.

    Last week, Aubuchon and her husband filed a $10 million notice of claim against county officials, claiming the officials coordinated to smear her reputation and destroy her career.

  40. rosettasister Says:

    The ethics inquiries were launched after a Superior Court judge ruled that Thomas had prosecuted Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox for political reasons.

    The State Bar of Arizona asked the Supreme Court to look into them, and the court appointed the out-of-state attorney to avoid conflict of interest.

    Interim County Attorney Rick Romley confirmed to the newspaper this month that Gleason was – at one point – tailed by private investigators.

    Romley said his office turned over information to the FBI, which is working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office on an abuse-of-power investigation that involves Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Thomas and Aubuchon.

    Jaime Brennan, a spokeswoman in Romley’s office, said that Gleason realized he was being followed and called in a description of the person following him to investigators at the County Attorney’s Office.

    Aubuchon on Wednesday did not respond to a request for comment.

    Her attorney, Mark Goldman, would not comment on whether Gleason had been “observed” and instead asked why Romley was involved in the matter and whether he had “further compromised the integrity of the investigation of Ms. Aubuchon.”

    Barnett Lotstein, who speaks on Thomas’ behalf, said the news about the private investigator is a smear campaign by Romley.

    He pointed out that Thomas is not represented by the same law firm as Aubuchon.

    Dennis Wilenchik, whose firm represents Aubuchon on the state-Bar inquiry, said his office hired private investigators to investigate Gleason.

    Thomas once worked for Wilenchik.


    I don’t expect unbiased reporting, I don’t think there is such a thing.

    But it is worrisome that, for the most part, only anti-Arpaio forces are covering this.

    For a county which leans right, it would seem that its citizens only have access to left-leaning media outlets.

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Senator John Barrasso’s Second Opinion on ObamaCare

  42. rosettasister Says:

    One of my little cousins once told me she thought I was the most forward-thinking person on the planet.

    Well, I dunno about that. But here are three of the best.

    Senator Gregg and Rep. Paul Ryan appear on CNBC’s Kudlow Report

  43. rosettasister Says:

    The reconciliation process.

    Host Larry Kudlow asked Ryan, who is slated to be chairman of the House Budget Committee if the Republicans win the House, if he would be willing to use the reconciliation process to “chip away and gradually roll back some of the unpopular Obama policies” in the event of a GOP takeover.

    Ryan responded that not only does he “want” to use the tactic to do that, but that Republicans “have to use reconciliation” to reverse Obama’s policies:

    KUDLOW: Congressman, I know you’re going to be chairman of the Budget Committee if the GOP Controls the house. That puts you in charge of the reconciliation process which is a very important task. Can you use reconciliation to chip away and gradually roll back some of the unpopular Obama policies?

    RYAN: Yes you can. It’s then a question of where Judd [Gregg] works and where he sits. The question is who controls the senate and where are the votes in the senate? Reconciliation is the fastest best path to get there. We do want to use reconciliation, you ultimately have to use reconciliation to get there.

    (This is exactly how “reconciliation instructions” were intended to be used. Not on sweeping legislation like HCR.)

  44. rosettasister Says:

    Lost, But Not Forgotten

  45. rosettasister Says:

    Mel Carter – Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me

  46. rosettasister Says:

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    Marrakesh Night Market

    They’re gathered in circles
    the lamps light their faces
    The crescent moon rocks in the sky
    The poets of drumming
    keep heartbeats suspended
    The smoke swirls up and then it dies

    (CHORUS)Would you like my mask?
    would you like my mirror?
    cries the man in the shadowing hood
    You can look at yourself
    you can look at each other
    or you can look at the face of your god

    The stories are woven
    and fortunes are told
    The truth is measured by the weight of your gold
    The magic lies scattered
    on rugs on the ground
    Faith is conjured in the night market’s sound


    The lessons are written
    on parchments of paper
    They’re carried by horse from the river Nile
    says the shadowy voice
    In the firelight, the cobra
    is casting the flame a winsome smile

  48. rosettasister Says:

    Loreena Isabel Irene McKennitt, CM, OM, (born February 17, 1957) is a Canadian singer, composer, harpist, accordionist and pianist.

  49. rosettasister Says:

    Loreena image

  50. rosettasister Says:

    Loreena Mckennitt – Last of the Mohicans

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    Did anyone else see full moon setting this morning?

    It sure looked full.

    I thought about grabbing my camera.

    But that’s a whole ‘nother scene.

    I don’t even photograph the ET ships.

    Only a photographer would understand.

  53. rosettasister Says:

    I think when a photographer lays down his camera …

    I think it’s like in the old days when a gunslinger laid down his gun.

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    I think I’ll play this for the guys who are working outside.

    I guess they’ll work til they run out of light.

  56. rosettasister Says:

    Or not.

    Maybe I’ll play this video which can be viewed here.

    Daft Punk – Interstella 5555 – Full / Completo

  57. rosettasister Says:

    Did you ever have one of those days?

    3rd try.

    This is very nice. Hopefully it’ll play.

  58. rosettasister Says:

    I found this in Shelby Foote’s “Fredericksburg to Meridian.”

    William Tecumseh Sherman on the death of his son, Willy.

    “I will try to make poor Willy’s memory the cure for the defects which have sullied my character.”

    “Willy could have lived to take all that was good of me in name, character and standing, and learn to avoid all that is captious, eccentric or wrong.”

    The Ultimate Grief: William T. Sherman

    Unknown to most, Sherman faced the ultimate grief in life only months after the Siege of Vicksburg. The story of Sherman is one of military triumph followed by personal tragedy.

  59. rosettasister Says:

    Gay Marriage Opponents — This is NOT a winning strategy!

    The decision by Judge Vaughn Walker, who ruled that the age of limiting marriage to a man and a woman is over, said that,

    “No credible evidence supports a finding that an individual may, through conscious decision, therapeutic intervention or any other method, change his or her sexual orientation.”

    “Presumably,” said the amicus brief, “this finding is meant to establish the idea that sexual orientation is immutable.”

    But that, according to the brief, is wrong.

    (Or the brief could be wrong.)

  60. rosettasister Says:

    Culture Clash May Have Sparked Teen’s Anger

    A Phoenix 17-year-old girl whose parents arranged her Islamic marriage admitted to setting a blaze that burned her family’s Phoenix home, according to a Phoenix Fire official.

    CBS 5 News videographers captured Ryam Sahi being taken from her home on a stretcher by Phoenix paramedics Aug. 31. Her mother was shown moments earlier running frantically toward the home.

    Phoenix fire investigators said Sahi was arrested Friday after she admitted to torching her family home.


    Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser founded the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, which has about 2000 members nationwide.

    Jasser said the Muslim faith still has to go through a modernization.

    “As Muslims begin to understand the west and we take more responsibility for our own faith and the choices our kids make, we begin to realize that if our children make bad choices it’s not America’s fault, it’s not the west’s fault,” he said.

    “It’s our choice and it’s the value that we did not instill in them. They just may make bad choices, but to coerce them will always end up creating some type of act that will be much more destructive,” Jasser said.

    (Dr. Jasser is a good man.)

  61. rosettasister Says:

    47% — 52%

    Rasmussen Obama Approval

    Okay, that’s better!

  62. rosettasister Says:

    September 24, 2010

    Haley (R) Still Runs Strong in South Carolina Governor’s Race

    Florida Governor: Scott (R) Pulls Slightly Ahead of Sink (D)

    Texas Governor: Perry (R) Continues To Hold Small Lead

    Minnesota Governor: Emmer (R), Dayton (D) Now In Near Tie

  63. rosettasister Says:

    Florida Governor – Scott vs. Sink Rasmussen Reports Sink 44, Scott 50 Scott +6

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid LVRJ/Mason-Dixon Angle 43, Reid 43 Tie

    Texas Governor – Perry vs. White Rasmussen Reports Perry 48, White 42 Perry +6

    North Carolina Senate – Burr vs. Marshall Civitas (R) Burr 49, Marshall 29 Burr +20

    Minnesota Governor – Emmer vs. Dayton vs. Horner Rasmussen Reports Dayton 41, Emmer 42, Horner 9 Emmer +1

    Real Clear Politics

  64. rosettasister Says:

    Nevada Senate – Angle vs. Reid

    LVRJ/Mason-Dixon 9/20 – 9/22 625 LV 43 43 Tie

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/18 – 9/18 1000 LV 46 45 Angle +1

    CNN/Time 9/10 – 9/14 789 LV 42 41 Angle +1

    Rasmussen Reports 9/13 – 9/13 750 LV 48 48 Tie

    FOX News/POR-Rasmussen 9/11 – 9/11 1000 LV 45 44 Angle +1

    Reuters/Ipsos 9/10 – 9/12 463 LV 44 46 Reid +2

    LVRJ/Mason-Dixon 9/7 – 9/9 625 LV 44 46 Reid +2

    Rasmussen Reports 9/1 – 9/1 750 LV 47 50 Reid +3

    (This race sure seems to be trending Angle!)

  65. rosettasister Says:

    Thursday, September 23

    Pennsylvania 8th District – Fitzpatrick vs. Murphy Franklin & Marshall Fitzpatrick 49, Murphy 35 Fitzpatrick +14

    North Dakota At-Large – Berg vs. Pomeroy Rasmussen Reports Berg 48, Pomeroy 45 Berg +3

    Michigan 7th District – Walberg vs. Schauer Rossman Group (D) Walberg 42, Schauer 38 Walberg +4

    Wednesday, September 22

    Pennsylvania 3rd District – Kelly vs. Dahlkemper Franklin & Marshall Kelly 44, Dahlkemper 38 Kelly +6

  66. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the Senate

    50 Democrats
    Toss Ups 4
    Republicans 46

    (GOP still has a good shot at 50.)

  67. rosettasister Says:

    Senate Toss Ups

    CO: Bennet (D)
    IL: Open (D)

    NV: Reid (D)
    WV: Open (D)

  68. rosettasister Says:

    Battle for the House

    191 Democrats
    Toss Ups 38
    Republicans 206

    218 Seats Needed For Majority

  69. rosettasister Says:

    Karl Rove projects

    49 Dem

    47 GOP

    4 Toss Up

    (So GOP still can win Senate?!)

  70. rosettasister Says:

    Hugh Hewitt

    Obama’s CNBC Townhall Was a Disaster


    Even the dutiful MSNBCers cannot be expected to stay on board a quickly sinking ship much longer.

    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee hopes to divert attention from the chaos that is the Obama Administration with ads charging GOP candidates with secret plots to destroy Social Security.

    This is the political equivalent of showing Reefer Madness to 9th graders in 2010.

    Is there a single voter who believes such nonsense for even a minute or is it just the product of a weariness so profound that not even paid operatives can be expected to try and find something from the past 22 months worth selling to the public as an achievement.

    Really, there is nothing to run on? Nothing at all?

    No, there isn’t. The deep gloom that has settled on the country is only in part economic.

    Hard times have come and gone before, but in the modern networked age never has so obviously a clueless set of leaders been so completely and obviously inept, tone deaf and at the same time inarticulate.

    President Bush wasn’t a great communicator, but he limited the damage he did to his own case by not conducting townhalls built around calls for civility while the brass knuckles were still on the fist.

    The anti-Obama tsunami seems to be growing, and in unexpected places like New York and West Virginia.

    The Congress adds fuel to the fire every time it meets, and the president is now on notice that even hand-picked audiences cannot avoid embarrassing him.

    His cheerleaders want him off the teleprompter until they hear him off the teleprompter.

    And his back-up act is Joe Biden.

    Somewhere some Democrats have to be talking about Hillary.

    A party, and a country, can only take so much.

    (I wonder if GOP wins House, then will Obama move to center?)

    (I just don’t think votes are there to do much damage during lame-duck.)

    (And if Dems let Bush tax cuts expire, all of them, that will only hurt Dems more.)

    (Dems could let that happen and blame GOP for not wanting to tax those greedy job creators. But I don’t think America will buy it.)

  71. rosettasister Says:

    by John Stossel

    Tax The Rich! (9pm Saturday on Fox News Channel)

    But there’s plenty of evidence that won’t work. Maryland’s millionaire tax was supposed to bring in $106 million.

    Instead revenue went down by $257 million. Many millionaires just left the state.

    (On O’Reilly last night, I mis-spoke and said this tax was passed ten years ago. It was actually passed in 2008 by Maryland’s current governor.)

    Even New York Governor David Patterson may have learned that taxes on the rich don’t work.

    This year, he said: “We increased the income tax for millionaires last year.

    We projected that we would get $4 billion and we actually got well short of it.”

    That happened because the most productive New Yorkers left the state after the tax increase.

    One of them is billionaire Tom Golisano, who founded Paychex, a company that processes pay checks for small businesses.

    He created jobs for 13,000 people. Why would they stay in NY State?

    (Isn’t this the law of diminishing returns, or did I just make that up? At some point higher taxes lead to lower revenues.)

  72. rosettasister Says:

    The House GOP ‘Pledge to America’


    But it’s a start, as is the idea of hard caps on discretionary spending, though specifics are unfortunately lacking.

    And freezing the hiring of new federal workers would set a good austerity example for state and local governments.

    But it’s difficult to take seriously any policy agenda that doesn’t lay out at least a broad plan for much deeper fiscal reform.

    Paul Ryan, the Republican who would head the House budget committee if the GOP retakes the lower chamber, has a detailed roadmap for restructuring entitlements.

    But party leaders chose to ignore it.

    And it’s odd that Republican leaders seem to want to extend all the Bush-era tax cuts even if it means keeping in place a clunky code that penalizes savings and rewards debt.

    Sure, the Republicans don’t want to give Democrats fodder for negative advertising.

    But this manifesto could have begun making the public case for the GOP’s vision of the big budgetary changes America needs.

    That didn’t happen.

    America’s long-term economic and fiscal woes call for bolder leadership.


    “with ads charging GOP candidates with secret plots to destroy Social Security”

    I can understand why the GOP doesn’t want to touch this until after November. The truth of the matter is the status quo will destroy Social Security. And everybody knows it.

  73. rosettasister Says:

    From “Glenn Beck,” September 23, 2010

    How Long Do We Stay in the Forest?,2933,601482,00.html

    Or, do you have an adult conversation like this? Cut spending, dramatically, now.

    It’s not going to be pretty at first. It’s going to hurt all of us.

    Remember, all the trillions our government is spending is — they’re spending it so that they can take the Band-Aid off really slowly.

    They have artificially propped up failing institutions, when what we need to do is let them fail and build a better one.

    You know, when we cut, you might lose your job. I might lose my job. You might lose your home. I might lose my home.

    We could slide into a depression. Pensions might be lost. There may be unrest in the streets. But we have each other.

    What is more important? What is our biggest asset? Our houses? Our jobs? Or each other?

    If it gets bad, we have each other.

    We must be prepared for it, prepared to band together, come together, figure out the new ways to pay off our debt. Neither option is good.

    So, why is the second option the best option? Because if you don’t choose it, we get option number one automatically.

    We get a country with no work ethic. We have a dollar that is worth zero, you know, like France or Greece, a few years ago.

    We’re going to take our medicine now and get the truth or not.

    Are we going to do what other societies like Rome and everybody else have done, and slowly slide in collapse until there’s nothing left?

    I prefer the truth. I prefer a shot.

    We are in trouble either way. Yes. But we are also the same people that changed the world because we did the hard things.

    We are the people that went to the moon and back. We can certainly find our way out of a forest.


    Once I had a professor tell me that I couldn’t see the forest for the trees.

    My reply.

    And you can’t see the trees for the forest.

    It’s good if you can see both, the parts and the whole.

    But don’t mistake one for the other.

  74. rosettasister Says:

    Tell Me About The Forest (You Once Called Home) by Dead Can Dance

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    Ed Feulner is president of The Heritage Foundation (, a conservative think-tank based in Washington, D.C.

    An U.N.-conscionable act

    Apparently the federal government can’t handle this dispute alone.

    It needs to elevate it to the world stage, encouraging international criticism of the offending state.

    So Arizona’s alleged transgression comes up in a report the administration submitted to the U.N. Human Rights Council:


    No wonder Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, in a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, called this “downright offensive.”

    If the administration felt compelled to mention an unsettled legal dispute in a report to an international body, it should have at least adopted a more neutral tone.

    Instead, it sounds like the administration is saying, “Don’t worry, world; we’re doing all we can to show this slow, backward child of ours the error of its ways.”

    Here’s a larger question, one worth considering as the United Nations meets for its annual General Assembly meeting:

    Should the United States even have joined the Human Rights Council, whose membership roll includes such blatant human-rights tramplers as China and Cuba?

  77. rosettasister Says:

    Sheriff Arpaio fights crime; Supervisors fight Arpaio

    Supervisors unethically leak draft documents to Arizona Republic

    See how this works?

    The Supervisors and the Republic enjoy a cozy relationship where the Supervisors give the Republic extra special treatment the rest of us in the public – the taxpayers – don’t get.

    In exchange, the Republic goes out on a jihad against their ever expanding list of enemies – Sheriff Arpaio and almost everyone else in county government.


    This is corruption at its worst.

    Our taxpayer dollars are enabling these corrupt skunks to continue hiding their misdeeds, and they are using the Republic as their propaganda machine to smear their enemies like Sheriff Arpaio instead, putting the focus on others rather them themselves where it belongs.

    (I guess I’m not the only one that feels our local press is anything but “free.”)

    The Republic’s coverage of Arpaio isn’t fair, it is always slanted and now that County Attorney Andrew Thomas is no longer around, the Republic has more time to target Arpaio exclusively.

    Within the last few days the Republic has gone on an all out jihad against Arpaio.

    If you haven’t already stopped your subscription to the Republic, now is a good time to cancel it and tell them why.

    Don’t enable them to protect these criminals any longer and take down our Sheriff.

    Each of the five liberal Supervisors have made a conscious decision to protect each other and are all to blame:

    Mary Rose Wilcox,

    Don Stapley,

    Andrew Kunasek,

    Max Wilson and

    Fulton Brock.

    And their henchman, County Manager David Smith, is responsible for most of their dirtiest, sleaziest work.

    They need to be voted out of office in 2012 – too bad they aren’t up for election this year.

  78. rosettasister Says:


  79. rosettasister Says:

    Eagles Disobey

    on Sept 22, 2010, 11:01am

    The Eagles Team will return to the Eagles Disobey email

    within the next 48 hours.

    The entire team is with Drs. Dan and Marci as they support a family close to them who is undergoing some hard times, due to the death of a family member.

    Eagles Disobey has also been asked “WHY AREN’T DAN AND MARCI ON THE SPEAKER’S LIST FOR THE IUFOC CONFERENCE, IN 2011?”

    They aren’t on the list because they aren’t speakers doing the presentation.

    We are told that Mr. Michael Schratt, from “Open Minds tv” will be the speaker for the upcoming presentation about Project Aquarius.


    Shortly after Dan sat for an interview with Rob Simone at the IUFOC in Laughlin, Nevada, in 2008, WE INFORMED EVERYONE that neither Dan nor Marci would be again sitting for live interviews at a UFO conference, as “speakers.”

    Their names, as we understand it, will be made in passing by the IUFOC, as being available to Open Minds for the Q/A.

    Further, as we understand it, the questions will those picked by Mr. Schratt.

  80. rosettasister Says:

    Vatican astronomer offers to baptize ET

    A Vatican astronomer has offered to baptize any extraterrestrials that might come in contact with Earth.

    Extraterrestrials may have souls, and Guy Consolmagno, a planetary scientist at the Vatican observatory, says he would baptize an ET if it asked him to.

    In an interview with The Guardian, Consolmagno explained,

    “Any entity – no matter how many tentacles it has – has a soul.”

    According to Consolmagno, the Pope and the Vatican are keen on science, and they are kept up-to-date on the latest scientific developments by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, of which Stephen Hawking is a member.


    “Any entity has a soul.”

    Believe me, these Vatican guys know what’s up.

    I’ve been asking this question for awhile now.

    Once I was in a Christian chat room and the subject of hybrids came up.

    I asked if there is such a “thing” would it be ensouled?

    Now most of this group believe that all ETs are bad. I don’t believe that.

    But all ETs are not good, either.

    And some even say that there are “clones” which don’t have souls.

    And therein lies the problem.

    Now I don’t know what to believe.

    I only know that ETs exist and that our government is lying to us.

    And there is a dimensional component, too.

    Spritual, but sometimes material.

  81. rosettasister Says:


    Marrakesh Night Market

    They’re gathered in circles
    the lamps light their faces
    The crescent moon rocks in the sky
    The poets of drumming
    keep heartbeats suspended
    The smoke swirls up and then it dies


    Would you like my mask?
    would you like my mirror?
    cries the man in the shadowing hood
    You can look at yourself
    you can look at each other
    or you can look at the face of your god

    The stories are woven
    and fortunes are told
    The truth is measured by the weight of your gold
    The magic lies scattered
    on rugs on the ground
    Faith is conjured in the night market’s sound


    The lessons are written
    on parchments of paper
    They’re carried by horse from the river Nile
    says the shadowy voice
    In the firelight, the cobra
    is casting the flame a winsome smile

  82. rosettasister Says:

    You go, girl!

    by Leslie Kean

    Skeptic misses point behind UFO book

    Solid sightings cited in ‘UFOs’; serious investigation needed

    ‘UFOs’ excerpt: A look at the Phoenix Lights

  83. rosettasister Says:


    Dec. 31, 2010, 11:59 pm, EST,

    [05:00 hrs., Jan. 1, 2011, Greenwich Mean Time/UTC/Zulu],

    is the official Deadline for the U.S. Government to make a formal Official Public Acknowledgment that Star Visitor Contact and Communication has occurred.

    Preparation for this public information announcement was the subject of an official Executive Order (classified) signed by President Barack Obama, directing the National Security Council’s Special Studies Group to prepare a plan for such a series of Official Government Public Acknowledgments of Star Visitor Contacts and Communications with U.S. Government representatives.

    The U.S. Government is preparing to do this pursuant to a formal Agreement made with Star Nations:

    that the U.S. would stop its policy of UFO Cover-Up this year.

    Of course such a public announcement could occur any time prior to December 31st too.

    Star Nations, and its representative, the Councillor of Earth (Dr. Richard Boylan), have advised the Government

    that if they renage on complying with that Agreement,

    that Star Nations will initiate

    a series of open, public, dramatically-obvious demonstrations-of-presence

    such that the Government will then be compelled to publicly acknowledge Star Visitors reality.

    (You heard the man! Bring it on!)

  84. rosettasister Says:

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    re·nege   /rɪˈnɪg, -ˈnɛg, -ˈnig/
    [ri-nig, -neg, -neeg]
    verb, -neged, -neg·ing,
    –verb (used without object)

    to go back on one’s word: He has reneged on his promise

    If spelling bees are not your thing, may I suggest

  86. rosettasister Says:

    Bring It On Video (above) does not correspond with my interpretation of said song

    It is a great song, nonetheless.

    Music for Lovers

    “Bring It On”

    This garden that I built for you
    That you sit in now and yearn
    I will never leave it, dear
    I could not bear to return
    And find it all untended
    With the trees all bended low
    This garden is our home, dear
    And I got nowhere else to go

    So bring it on
    Bring it on
    Every little tear
    Bring it on
    Every useless fear
    Bring it on
    All your shattered dreams
    And I’ll scatter them into the sea
    Into the sea

    The geraniums on your window sill
    The carnations, dear, and the daffodil
    Well, they’re ordinary flowers
    But they long for the light of your touch
    And of your trembling will
    Ah, you’re trembling still
    And I am trembling too
    To be perfectly honest I don’t know
    Quite what else to do

    So bring it on
    Bring it on
    Every neglected dream
    Bring it on
    Every little scheme
    Bring it on
    Every little fear
    And I’ll make them disappear

    So bring it on, bring it on
    Bring it on
    Every little thing
    Bring it on
    Every tiny fear
    Bring it on
    Every shattered dream
    And I’ll scatter them into the sea

  87. rosettasister Says:

  88. rosettasister Says:

    New thread:

    Do we need a military weaponization program to target and shoot down UFOs?

  89. rosettasister Says:

    Commenting over here this morning.


    America’s Most Expensive ZIP Codes

    In these neighborhoods $4 million homes are the norm.

    Rank ZIP Code, City, State Median Home Price Median Price Change (%) Average Days On Market Inventory Median Household Income

    78 85253, Paradise Valley, Ariz. $1,677,072 -19 287 458 $117,487
    203 85262, Scottsdale, Ariz. $1,062,415 -10 299 601 $96,067
    438 85266, Scottsdale, Ariz. $674,453 -18 241 262 NA


    New Thread:

    A future of Justice and Love – The secret messages of the Virgin – Giorgio Bongiovanni

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