Monday, April 30, 2007

Doesn't the time run fast ?. . .
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THE YEAR 1907


The world has been for million of years, but during the last 100 years it has been an explotion that in the beginning looked as developement, but now . . . 100 years later we also can see it will become our end . . .

~ Here are some of the U.S. Statistics for the Year
1907:

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~ The average life expectancy in the U.S. Was 47 years old.
~ Only 14 percent of the homes in the U.S. Had a
bathtub.
~ Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone.
~ A three-minute call from Denver to New York City cost eleven dollars.
~ There were only 8,000 cars in the U.S., and only 144
miles of paved roads.
~ The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph.
~ Alabama, Mississippi, Iowa, and Tennessee were each
more heavily populated than California.
~ With a mere 1.4 million people, California was only
the 21st most populous state in the Union.
~ The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel
Tower!
~ The average wage in the U.S. Was 22 Cents per hour.
~ The average U.S. Worker made between $200 and $400
per year .
~ A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000
per year,
~ A dentist made $2,500 per year,
~ A veterinarian $1,500 per year,
~ And a mechanical engineer about $5,000 per year.
~ More than 95 percent of all births in the U.S. Took
place at HOME.
~ Ninety percent of all U.S. Doctors had NO COLLEGE
EDUCATION! Instead, they attended so-called medical schools,
many of which were condemned in the press AND the government as
"substandard."
~ Sugar cost four cents a pound.
~ Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen.
~ Coffee was fifteen cents a pound.
~ Most women only washed their hair once a month, and
used borax or egg yolks for shampoo.

~ Canada passed a law that prohibited poor people from entering into their country for any reason.
~ Five leading causes of death in the U.S. Were:
> 1. Pneumonia and influenza
> 2. Tuberculosis
> 3. Diarrhea
> 4. Heart disease
> 5. Stroke
~ The American flag had 45 stars.
~ Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Hawaii, and Alaska hadn't been admitted to the Union yet.
~ The population of Las Vegas, Nevada, was only 30!!!!
~ Crossword puzzles, canned beer, and ice tea hadn't been invented yet.
~ There was no Mother's Day or Father's Day.
~ Two out of every 10 U.S. Adults couldn't read or
write.
~ Only 6 percent of all Americans had graduated from
high school.

~ Marijuana, heroin, and morphine were all available
over the counter at the local corner drugstores. Back
then pharmacists
~ Said, "Heroin clears the complexion, gives buoyancy
to the mind, regulates the stomach and bowels, and is, in fact, a
perfect guardian of health."
~ There were about 230 reported Murders in the ENTIRE
U.S.A. !

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Friday, April 27, 2007

Can you guess this riddle . . . ?



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I am bigger than God.
I’m more cruel than Satan.
The beggars are full of me.
The rich people need me.
If you eat me, you will die.
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(I'll give the answer later in the comment-box)

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

How psychic are you . . .
Take this test at Tickle
You're a Remote Viewing! = 97% of 100




Kirsten, when it comes to psychic abilities, you have an unusually strong talent in the area of Remote Viewing



This means you have an uncanny ability to travel great distances with your mind, to virtually any location, and actually get a true glimpse at what is located there. The best conditions for traveling space with your mind, or remotely viewing another location, are silence and a calm state of mind. Even without these conditions, you managed to show considerable talent in this area, which is called remote viewing. This skill is phenomenally valuable and has been used by institutions such as the government to help in covert operations designed to retrieve information about the whereabouts of a criminal or to learn about the operations of another country. But mostly this can help in practical, everyday ways, such as instinctively grabbing an umbrella before making a trip to the next town over even though you had no way of knowing that it was raining there.




While your strongest psychic talent is Remote Viewing, Tickle also analyzed your psychic strengths in:
Retrocognition: The ability to know what happened in the past. = 76% of 100
Clairvoyance: The ability to "see" the unknown. = 86% of 100
Precognition: The ability to know what will happen in the future. = 95% of 100
Telepathy: The ability to tune into others' thoughts. = 95% of 100


The ESP Test

Brought to you by Tickle

Sunday, April 22, 2007

I've got an answering-machine . . .

I've made some "welcome openings" . . . . Do you think these are good enough???


Messages at the answering-machine . . .

Hi. This is Kirsten: If you are the phone company, I already sent the money. If you are my parents, please send money. If you are my Financials aid institution, you didn't lend me enough money. If you are my friends, you owe me money. If you are a female, don't worry I have plenty of money.


Hi. Kirsten's answering machine is broken. This is the refrigerator. Please speak very slowly, and I'll stick your message to myself with one of these magnets.


Hello, you are talking to a machine. I am capable of receiving messages. My owner do not need siding, windows, or a hot tub, and her carpets are clean. She gives to charity through her office and do not need her picture taken. If you're still with me, leave your name and number and she will get back to you.


This is not an answering machine; this is a telepathic thought recording device. After the tone, think about your name, your reason for calling and a number where I can reach you and I'll think about returning your call.


Hi. I am probably home. I'm just avoiding someone I don't like. Leave me a message, and if I don't call back, it's you.


Hi, this is Kirsten. I'm sorry I can't answer the phone right now, because I’m in the loo. Leave a message, and then wait by your phone until I call you back.


Please leave a message. However, you have the right to remain silent. Everything you say will be recorded and will be used by me.


"Hello, you have reached a home that thought it was so smart getting a cordless phones. The person you are trying to reach is here right now, staring at me as I answer this call and searching desperately for her cordless phone in the mess on her desk. It won't matter if she finds it since she didn't leave it on the charger last night and the battery is dead. So you might as well leave a message with me and I'll have her call you after the 4 hour handset recharge period is completed."

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Friday, April 20, 2007



I have never been a party-girl . . .

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Not even in my youth, was I the one that got the first invitations. Just because . . . I went to some of those famous “home alone parties”, but felt a kind of an outsider. I simply didn’t like it.
After the parties that time, as still today, they tell me the same . . .
Kirsten, you should have been there, it was sooooo much fun. I can’t remember last time I was so drunk. I was so drunk, I don’t remember anything.
You see . . . That’s it !! How do they know it was funny, when they don’t remember anything??
To me, it appeared then as much as today . . .
~ It is about to drink more than last time
~ it is about to have sex with as many as possible and preferable do something new you have not done before
~ it is about to surpass your fear of trying new things, drugs, pills, way of sex-games or whatever else
And at the end . . . you are so drunk and drugged and messed up, you don’t remember (or don't want to remember) anything of the party, how you came home (if you did) who you slept with (in the case you got pregnant) and . . . and . . . and
Some days later the photos are developed to refresh your memory of how funny the party was . . .





























It was funny . . . wasn't it???
The art of being heard . . .



The blog of today is a copy from a blog at MSN. (One of my friend there)
This is such a fantastic idea, so I hope all governments in the world read this blog, by chance, and copy the idea from India.


India has a online Grievance forum

By Harshal Katre, Pune India

Can you imagine this happening in INDIA?
Government of India has a online Grievance forum at:
http://darpg-grievance.nic.in
The government wants people to use this tool to highlight the problems they faced while dealing with Government officials or departments like Passport Office, Electricity board, BSNL/MTNL, Railways etc etc.
I know many people will say that these things don't work in India, but this actually works as one of our colleague in CSC found. The guy I'm talking about lives in Faridabad. Couple of months back, the Faridabad Municipal Corporation laid new roads in his area and the residents were very happy about it. But 2 weeks later, BSNL dug up the newly laid roads to install new cables which annoyed all the residents including this guy. But it was only this guy who used the above listed grievance forum to highlight his concern. And to his surprise, BSNL and Municipal Corporation of faridabad was served a show cause notice and the guy received a copy of the notice in one week. Government has asked the MC and BSNL about the goof up as its clear that both the government departments were not in sync at all.
So use this grievance forum and educate others who don't know about this facility.
This way we can at least raise our concerns instead of just talking about the 'System' in India. Invite your friends to contribute for many such happenings.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Can i ask for your opinion . . .




I have red several blogs now where the owner of the blog has been harassed and got threatning e-mails from readers of the blog.
Some so sever so they have stopped blogging. Shall we really let us be dictated by bullies?
Have you experienced to be harassed by someone visiting your blog?
What can we do about it?
Please go to my poll and give your opinion, will you?
Jeannie, you were SO right . . .
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Here comes Grate Grand-ma . . .






Watch the breast implants . . .

(I'm speachless . . . What about you?)

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Has it always been like this? . . .



A clip from a Norwegian news-paper . . .

Tysvær, Norway 17.April 2007
Oldefar mistet lappen etter blotting og onanering

En 72 år gammel mann er dømt til betinget fengsel og fratatt retten til å kjøre bil i to år etter å ha onanert foran små barn.
Mannen har ved tre ulike anledninger blottet seg og onanert foran til sammen sju jenter under 14 år i Tysvær i 2005.Mannen, som selv har både barnebarn og oldebarn, skal ifølge dommen i Karmsund tingrett ha kjørt rundt om i distriktet og lett etter småjenter å onanere foran.I retten forklarte mannen at han ikke husket to av tilfellene. I det tredje tilfellet skulle han bare tisse. Det har retten ikke trodd ham på.

Free translation below:

Grate Grand-dad lost his driving-license after exposing and masturbation

A 72 year old man got judged to jail and withdrawal of driving-license for two years for masturbation in front of small kids.

The man has at three different occasions exposed himself and masturbated in front of together seven girls under the age of 14 years in Tysvær in 2005.
The man, who by himself has both grand-children and grate-grand-children, shall according to the judge in Karmsund court, have been driving around in the area, looking for small girls he could masturbate in front of.
In the court, he explained that he could not remember two of the cases. The third case he should only make a leak. The court did not believe him.


Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The sound that broke the wall of Jericho . . .




By Kirsten Nour Namskau


Since I’m very much into alternative healing, I accepted an invitation from a friend of mine to attend a 2 hours information lecture about sound-healing, held by Dan Furst. (This was in January 2006)
Dan Furst is a sacred musician and sound therapist and founder of the Sacred Sound group of Hawaii, Los Angeles and Sedona, Arizona, Japan and Egypt.
In his sessions of healing he’s using Quartz crystal bowl, singing bowls, tuning forks, bells, chimes and an Australian didjeridoo.

He works after the principal of that each charka and organ works after a certain rhythm and frequency of sound-wave. Illness, diseases, stress, mood-changes etc. appear if the organs are in disharmony or works on wrong sound-wave.
He relate to Pythagoras’ idea of finding the “missing tone.”

During the session, I had the opportunity to voluntary myself for a trail session of healing.
It’s a lot going wrong in my body, since I have been offer for torture earlier in life and organs is permanently damaged.
The last 5 years, I have worked inside health-care myself and also give massage to people. My hands and my arms are therefore my working-tool number one and my bead-feeder.
It’s with fear I recently notice that my right hand, arm and shoulder aches more and more as if I have got arthritis or rheumatism.

So, in this session, which took about 10 minutes, I was told to lay down on a mat on the floor. It was 12 people I the session and all of them were to pick an instrument and sit around me.
Dan had showed us how to use each instrument.
As I was laying on the floor, they started to play. In the beginning it felt like only a lot of sounds.
After a minute, it felt as if I could hear only one sound. (As if all the instruments was tuned into one instrument.)
Then Dan took the Didjeridoo, which is a long wooden instrument looking like a giant flute.
He went to my feet and started to blow. A deep sound attended the room.
After some time I could feel he sound-wave of the Didjeridoo at my feet.
Slowly the waves crept up my right leg. It was a strange feeling, but you have the same feeling if you are in a disco, you can feel the beet of the music in your body.
The difference was that this wave was more like waves from the sea, if you lay at the beach with your feet in the water.

I felt the waves reach my hip and started to fill my body. When it reached my heart-area, it felt as if my heart stopped for a fraction of a second and I instantly made a gasp which brought tears to my eyes.
Dan went behind my head and started to play on a crystal bowl. This felt then, as if the sound and waves cleared my head totally for all thoughts and again I could feel the waves go down my head to the heart area. There it met the other waves from the Didjeridoo and it felt as if my heart opened up and all the waves got released through the heart and out in the air.

As I laid there, it was as if I could see my own aura in which it started flew small black splits out from the aura and disappear in the air.

When it was over, I felt a little dizzy, but OK. I went to the coffee-shop with some friends and the day continued as usually.

The next day . . . I’m telling you . . . the pain was gone, my hand and arm more movable and more so . . .
During the night, I could turn in the bed without pain in my back. (My back has been broken, so it’s a chapter by itself.)
Still, 1 year later I have no pain in my hand and arm. Still even my back is without pain.



I recently got an e-mail from Dan where he told me : . . . .

I'm writing to let you know that the first of the Sacred Sound circles I'll do this month and next in Cairo and Alexandria is coming soon, on April 28.
There is a picture of a sound circle from last summer in Hawaii at




http://www.hermes3.net/firetribedidj.htm

The "receiver" in the center is a woman who was under treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma. She has since been tested as cancer-free, and attributes her recovery to the series of Sacred Sound circles that focused especially on the intention of her healing.


What is your opinion about alternative healing? Do you have any experiences?

Monday, April 16, 2007

As the moon comes up . . .
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I had the Easter in solitude, together with the nature . . . The desert and a camel.
I had my little dog with me . . .



I got my camel at a place called Bahareya and went into the White desert, crossing it to come to an oasis named Farafrah.The White desert is actually limestone, (like chalk) and so soft and vulnerable so it occurred to me strange that the formations of “mountains’ and “sculptures” could be present
 for thousands of years.
Camels are very beautiful, proud animals. I rode the camel for 4 – 5 hour every day. “Floating” across the desert. As you ride through the desert, looking at the nature-made “sculptures” , it is as if you can feel the presence of the spirits from agent time and vaguely see the “people” in the “sculptures”.
Then, the second wonder appear . . . I have to go peeing. I go behind a “sculpture” and do my business, and stand up again . . . What !!!! ????

I literally started to tremble. The water made a hole in the limestone . . . The limestone actually melted like chalk, and dissolved . . . and looking down the hole, I felt as if I was looking down in the ball-room of the “Underworld.” It was hollow!!!Under a tiny shell of limestone the desert was hollow!How many meter down it goes before it got solid again I don’t know, but two lines of thoughts flushed my brain.
~ How strong is this tiny layer of chalk? (That melt by only a little amount of pee) Can it suddenly crack up, if it comes a row of heavy jeeps?
~ With all the weather changing in the world today . . . if it starts to rain in the desert, it will literally melt away. It will become a totally change of the face of nature.
Not only that . . . But when it also started to rain during the night I must say, I had my worries, but luckily it was only a few drops. But the sky was heavy clouded and the thought of the changing of the weather around the globe was very present.

I slept under open sky, only with my sleeping-bag. When the sun goes down around 7pm, it really becomes dark and I thought: “This is how it was before electricity came to town.”
For an hour or so, you can not see the hand in front of you, so I went into my sleeping-bag and fell asleep. After a while I woke by a strong light. I got confused . . . I peeped out and . . . there . . . the whole desert was lit up. I could see miles ahead. . . . from the light . . . of the moon.
It was then I realized how disturbing the electric light is. Because of the electric light around the world today, the light from the moon appear faint, but when electricity is not present, the moon-light is like a small sun.
A desert-fox came close to the camp and both I and my dog got mesmerized by the beautiful animal so far out in the desert. As breakfast was made, also a bird came to our camp. So tame so it run between my legs and on the back of my dog to catch flies. It looked like a wagtail, but it was pure yellow.

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Coming half way to my destination, I met the new world tourists. At evening camp, I was passed, by a caravan . . . of 10 . . . . Jeeps.
Speeding, whirling up the sand, honking and screaming. Heads out the window, one on the roof, radio on full power, waving their hands to me. I gave a faint smile and waved back, happy as they disappeared in the horizon.
I had just fallen asleep, when I was wakened in a sudden. I sat up in a split of a second and looked around. “What the Hell???”In a distance the tourists had made their camp. Now after dark, they had put up spotlights and disco-lights that sent moving light around the sky. Loud disco- music raped the desert. They had car-race and were running around screaming. It was clear that they were more than drunk. Some had sex in the open air, some climbed on top of a “statue” tried to made something like belly-dance . . .
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When we arrived Farafrah, I had one day there before my return back to Cairo.
In Farafrah there is some “hot-springs”, another wonder of the nature, I soon should recall in my mind.




I visited a beautiful botanic garden and you can literally feel how the air is fresher and easier to breath as you walk around the palms.




Being there, you can not leave before you had visited the fantastic art-museun of Badr Abd El Moghny, and of course I had to visit the camel farm where my camel originally belongs.


I took bus back to Cairo. On the way I stopped at the “Crystal Mountain”. At distance, it doesn’t look anything special, but when you go up to the mountain and climb it, you can see that it sparkles of million of crystals.
I also had a stop at the “Black Desert”. It was then I had my second “mind-trip”.
Discovering that the desert is totally black . . . . because of . . . . lava!!!???Where do the lava comes from? It lays as a tiny layer on top of the yellow sand. As if someone has spiced the desert with pepper.
It is a lot of pyramid like “mountains” where the top of the mountain is covered by heavy lava-stones, and the lava-stones become smaller as it reaches the foot of the mountain and turn into sand-sized crumbles at the bottom where the wind spread it out.
I climbed one of the mountains . . . it didn’t look like a volcano on the top. But was it/has it actually been a volcano, in earlier time? If so . . . Then the whole area of the Black Desert is/has been an “Volcanic country”, because it is an area of the size of Belgium. At that time it would have been totally impossible to live here, because the volcanic mountains were close to each other.
And . . . How far is it down to heat?? It can impossible be that far, because it is the heat from underground that makes the hot-springs.
Can this area suddenly blow out again, as a volcanic area???



Thursday, April 05, 2007

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OF YOU . . .
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I hope your Easter will be filled with joy,
together with family and friend.
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(I will be out of town for a few days, so it will be no posts nor comments from me, during that time.)

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At the Foot of the Cross

Fearing the battle was over
And I'd already lost the war,
I was tired of trying and failing.
I just couldn't fight anymore.

So, dragging my battle-scarred body,
I crawled to the foot of the cross.
And I sobbed. 'Oh please, Father forgive me.
But I tried...I tried.. and still lost.'

Then the air grew silent around me.
I heard his voice just as clear as the dawn:
'Oh, My child, though you are tired and weary,
You can't stop, you have to go on.'

At the foot of the Cross , where I met Him,
At the foot of the Cross, where He died,
I felt love, as I knelt in His presence .I
felt hope, as I looked in His eyes

Then He gathered me lovingly to Him,
As around us God's light clearly shone.
And together we walked though my lifetime
To heal every wound I had known.

I found bits of my dreams, long forgotten,
And pieces of my life on the floor.
But I watched as He tenderly blessed them,
And my life was worth living once more.

I knew then why I had been loosing.
I knew why I had not grown.
At the foot of the Cross came the answer:
I'd been fighting the battle alone


At the foot of the Cross, where I met Him,
At the foot of the Cross, where He died,
I knew I could face any challenge
If we stayed together
-- just my Lord and I.
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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

When was the first Easter . . .
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Religion . . . Belief and religion does not show through the numbers of attendance in church or religious meeting. Religion shows through you thought, words and actions / behavior.
One who claims to be a humanist, may be more religious than a regular churchgoer, through his/her behavior and doings.
In the Bible it’s said; that in Gods Kingdom they don’t have all the different religions and religious houses, temples etc. Because God then lives among the people.
The first Easter that took place was in Garden of Eden. That was the “first-harvest-feast” . The first harvest of the year was in spring-time, when everything also came to new life. Because of that, this was also the time of the year they celebrated New Year . . . . Something they still do in the Asian countries.
(They have just celebrated the year of the Pig.)
After we got thrown down from Garden of Eden, they started to give the celebration to the honor of the Goddess Ishtar. Ishtar had to marry the Lord of the Underworld, but she was 6 months in the Underworld and 6 months among people on earth. She came up to the world to celebrate the first harvest-feast, at the time when the world also came to new life. Because of that, over time, people started to believe that it was Ishtar that brought new life to the world. That’s why they let the celebration be to her honor
(Still today, in English, they use her name on the celebration . . . Easter / Ishtar.)

When Christianity started to settle, no one wanted to celebrate Jesus or make any celebration to his honor, so the Christian authorities had to put the celebrations of Jesus to dates of the year when people already had a feast and over time, little by little, manipulate the belief into humanity, that what they actually celebrated was Jesus . . . Which is totally wrong. He has never been celebrated any time in the history. . . . Actually.
God / Cosmos / or the subconscious of humanity, have from the early time of creation, had four regular times of the year for celebrations.
It should be one celebration for each harvest of the year to enjoy a well earned time of relaxation after a time of hard work. Life should not be only hard work . . . It also should be time to enjoy . . .
At the beginning of time they had harvest four times a year. (We still have in this part of the world. Middle-east)


~ The first one was in spring-time, when everything came to new life.

~ The second was Midsummer time. That was also a light and flower-festival

~ The third was; The autumn harvest that also was the time they had the biggest harvest of the year and the time that was the most popular to marry. For the new-wed they made small foliage-huts and also named the feast “the foliage-feast”

~ The fourth was; Midwinter harvest that also was a light-feast to celebrate that they from now on went towards lighter time of the year. (After the dark winter comes the light with longer days.)

So . . . Easter have nothing to do with any religion . . . It is a celebration of the spring and new life to the world.



Have a nice Easter . . . . New Year . . . Spring-festival.


Monday, April 02, 2007

Your right to believe . . .

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Humanism . . .


"Humanism" is a religion (of sorts).


As Spiritual Humanists believe that every person has innate right to make a spiritual connection to the rest of the cosmos.

They cannot abandon ancient traditions and practices but they can adapt them to new understanding of the universe.

Religion must be able to adapt to new knowledge about the universe without rejecting the deep spiritual connections to human history and the natural world that we are a part of.

All of us have an inalienable right and duty to practice our own religious traditions.

Spiritual Humanism allows everyone to fuse their individual religious practices onto the foundation of scientific humanist inquiry.

They accept people from all religious backgrounds and recognize the validity of all peaceful religions, as being helpful and necessary in developing the spiritual nature of humanity.

A direct quote from ~~ Carl Sagan. "A religion old or new, that stressed the magnificence of the universe as revealed by modern science, might be able to draw forth reserves of reverence and awe hardly tapped by the conventional faiths, sooner or later, such a religion will emerge."