Friday, September 13, 2019

Tonight - Full Moon on Friday the 13th

I wish I had gotten this post up earlier, as this is quite a rarity! Several weeks back I had mistakenly stated that this full moon was a tweener, falling at the mid-point between Friday and Saturday evening. I had misread it as PM. In fact the Moon is at its fullest tonight, Friday the 13th.


3 From Hell Official Trailer (2019) - Rob Zombie, Sheri Moon Zombie, Richard Brake, Sid Haig


Saban Films

In theaters September 16, 17, 18, 2019. First there was House of 1000 Corpses. Then there was The Devil's Rejects. Now, from writer/director Rob Zombie, comes the next blood-soaked chapter in the most violent crime saga in history… 3 From Hell.

Rob Zombie, Sheri Moon Zombie, Richard Brake, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Dee Wallace, Emilio Rivera, Danny Trejo and Sid Haig


I was watching the program 'The Devil You Know' on the VICE TV channel this past week. After hearing some of the commentary of the former friends of the late Johnny Lawson aka Pazuzu Algarad, it was obvious to me that a big part of his inspiration was the Rob Zombie film 'The Devil's Rejects'. He started what he referred to as a Sumerian Satanic religion, taking the name Pazuzu from the demon in 'The Exorcist'. Actually, Pazuzu was a genuine deity of the Sumerians.


Jackson Browne- Somebody's Baby




Summer Sanders circa 1992

I still remember after Summer Sanders won Olympic gold in 1992, NBC put together a video tribute to her. She was so popular at that time, and the video featured 'Somebody's Baby' by Jackson Browne. I saw her one time around the pools on the Stanford campus, and she was possibly the most beautiful woman that I ever saw, as well as the greatest body. It was probably a couple of years after the 92 Olympics. People look different in person.


Thursday, September 12, 2019

The Ancient Solar Cults and Christianity - The Whole Story (Jordan Maxwell)

Jordan Maxwell - Keys to Understanding Hidden Symbols in the Bible

The Internationale

Jordan Maxwell's Website -

Jordan Maxwell continues as a preeminent researcher and independent scholar in the field of occult / religious philosophy. His interest in these subjects began as far back as 1959. He served for three-and-a-half years as the Religion Editor of Truth Seeker Magazine, America’s oldest Freethought Journal (since 1873). His work exploring the hidden foundations of Western religions and secret societies creates enthusiastic responses from audiences around the world.

He has conducted dozens of intensive seminars; hosted his own radio talk shows; guested on more than 600 radio shows; and written, produced and appeared in numerous television shows and documentaries (including three two-hour specials for the CBS TV network, as well as the internationally acclaimed five-part Ancient Mystery Series) — all devoted to understanding ancient religions and their pervasive influence on world affairs today.

His work on the subject of secret societies, both ancient and modern, and their symbols, has fascinated audiences around the world for decades.

Considering the rapidly moving events of today, and the very real part hidden religious agendas play in our modern war-torn world, he feels these controversial subjects are not only interesting to explore, but too important to ignore! His extraordinary presentations includes documents and photographs seldom seen elsewhere.

Jordan’s areas of interest include:

* Astro-Theology
* Sexual Symbolism in World Religions
* Foundations of Modern-Day Religion
* Secret Societies and Toxic Religion
* World Mysteries: Ancient and Modern
* Ancient Symbols and Occult Emblems
* Ancient Sciences and Technology
* Hidden Bible Teachings and Mysteries
* The Sun in the History of Politics and Religion
* The Story Your Church Doesn’t Want You to Know
* Secret Societies and Their Influence on World Events


 The greatest story ever sold !!! -- Jordan Maxwell


Of course, I have never agreed with any person--every conclusion--absolutely 100%. However, I think Jordan Maxwell is spot on with this.

Jordan Maxwell & Tim Leedom - The Book Your Church Doesn't Want you to Read


Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Gods, Folk, and Destiny w/ Stephen McNallen

HrafnVolk Network

An introductory stream to a new show by Stephen McNallen

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HrafnVolk Network is a new Asatruar/Odinic platform for some of the various leaders, along with common sense and educational information. Gods, Folk, and Destiny is Stephen McNallen's new program, so get the word out! This was the first program for McNallen; for the rest just look through their videos. They also have a duplicate channel on, which is an important free speech alternative to YouTube, and especially important in case the net finally breaks. A lot of YouTubers who talk our language have moved over there, perhaps to sort've hedge their bets.

If I could select a dozen people from around the globe to spend a weekend with to pick their mind, Stephen McNallen would be one. Apparently he no longer heads the AFA, but is something of a free-associating elder statesman for folk-Asatru.


Friday, September 6, 2019

Allow the universe to deliver - Abraham-Hicks

Abraham-Hicks 2019 - Allow the universe to deliver

Abraham's Flow


Published on Apr 21, 2019

Abraham-Hicks segment from 2019-02-02 San Francisco CA
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Abraham Hicks is another Florence Scovel Shinn, Terence McKenna, or Deepak Chopra.

Abraham Hicks - Money Flows Without Effort

Abraham Hicks Workshops


Friday, August 23, 2019

Harvest Moon 2019

Farmer's Almanac - Harvest Moon 2019

The next full moon will occur on September 14th, 2019 at 12:33 AM ET and will be a Full Harvest Moon.

The Harvest Moon is the only full moon that takes place nearest the autumnal equinox, and reflects a distinctive event for this time of year, as the interval between one moonrise to the next becomes shorter.


This one's a tweener, with the fuller or equally full moon occuring on Friday the 13th.


HÄXAN : Witchcraft Through The Ages (1922) [HD]

Dague Jaune

Director : Benjamin Christensen
Cast : Maren Pedersen, Clara Pontoppidan, Elith Pio, Benjamin Christensen,...
Budget : 2 Million Swedish Crown (SEK)
Release date : 18/09/1922


This film was featured on "silent film Sundays" on Turner Classic Movies, and I finally got around to watching the whole film. It was an interesting perspective, especially considering that it's pushing 100 years. It made some very interesting observations about this history in relation to society then (and now). It was not in any way sympathetic to Christrianity nor Paganism, but took what I would call a objective Humanist point of view. Medieval Christians were seen as supersticious whack jobs and Witches were seen as crazy old ladies making love potions out've dried out cat turds. Perhaps more than anything, Benjamin Christensen probably just thought that it would make for an interesting film/documentary. At the end he came up with some interesting parallels to Western society in 1922. The irrational "witch hunt" is still very much alive.


Häxan (Wikipedia)


This film was released in the 30s or 40s, and then again in 1968 in a condensed audio version:

Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (1968)


"O Egypt, Egypt, there will remain
of thy religion only fables..."
-- Hermetica


            'A Study' by Giovanni Guida


SABATON - Bismarck (Official Music Video)




Unclaimed History - Modern Science and the Ancient Mystery Schools

"From the temple we got mathematics, astronomy and chemistry, and music, geography and history. Practically every science we know was originally part of this secret wisdom."
-- Manly P. Hall in a lecture entitled 'Secret Powers and Why We Should Not Use Them'

This quote was in regards to how carefully guarded mystery sciences, for various reasons, came into the possession of questionable or undisciplined men during and after the gradual collapse of classical culture. However, it was in direct reference to how some of those mystery sciences did lead to the roots of mainstream modern science. Although this does not prove point-blank that "science came from religion," modern science has its roots in the same ancient wisdom that Atheists trash on a regular basis.


Interview With a Gothi - Part 1

Hengest Thorsson

An interview with Heimgest, leader of the Odinic Rite.

The Odinic Rite is an organization whose aims are to promote all aspects of the ancestral religion today called Odinism, the organic spiritual beliefs and way of life of the indigenous peoples of Northern Europe. The watch-words of the Odinic Rite are "Faith, Folk, Family" and this summarizes their ideals well.

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I posted this some years ago, and it amazes me that after 13 years it only has 38,166 views! Hengest is the head of the Court of Gothar of the worldwide Asatru/Odinist organization called the Odinic Rite, based in the UK. He is being interviewed somewhere in Alberta, Canada, which is where Daniel Updike is located... although I have no idea if this is connected to that same Odinist group. It deals with the current state of the rise of Odinism, current as of 2006. I have no idea as to why this video doesn't have at least a half million views! Equally as puzzling, parts 2, 3, and 4 only have 8,000, 5,000, and 4,000 views. Maybe it's just me, but this is exciting, this is important, one of the major leaders of the movement, visiting a beautiful far off rural location, tying it all together, it should have more views.

Interview With a Gothi - Part 2

Interview With a Gothi - Part 3

Interview With a Gothi - Part 4


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"That's me!!!" -- Diane Spencer Stand-up Comedian in the comments section


Baby Steps

by Leo Marvin


Rating details - 16 ratings - 3 reviews

Dr. Leo Marvin's revolutionary self help book has aided thousands of people in overcoming their fears. According to Marvin, taking a "baby steps" approach to life's obstacles can be incredibly important, not only for those of us who suffer deep psychological trauma, but for the rest of us struggling to cope with life's little mishaps. In his own words, Marvin claims that Baby Steps helps its readers to help themselves. He asserts that "The best psychiatrist in the world is the one inside of you. My job is to find him and bring him out."


Of course, this is a fictional book from the 1993 film 'What About Bob?" To me, that film was possibly the funniest I've ever seen; starring Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss


Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild


Max Shkiv

Easy Rider soundtrack


Cats: Spiritual Watchdogs

Just in the same manner as a dog can be good security, whether directly or as a warning signal, a cat can be a "spiritual watchdog." Some cats have psychic abilities, and they may be able to protect the home against evil entities or energies. The cat sleeping at the edge of the bed can be the equivalent to the dog sleeping by the doorway, warding off unwanted presences.


MIDSOMMAR | Official Trailer HD | A24




"Folk Horror"


Midsommar is a 2019 folk horror film written and directed by Ari Aster and starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor, William Jackson Harper, Vilhelm Blomgren, and Will Poulter. It follows a group of friends who travel to Sweden for a festival that occurs once every ninety years and find themselves in the clutches of a pagan cult.

A co-production between the United States and Sweden, the film was initially pitched as a straightforward slasher film set amongst Swedish cultists. Aster devised a screenplay using elements of the concept but made a deteriorating relationship the central conflict after he had experienced a difficult breakup. The film was shot on location in Budapest, Hungary in the summer and autumn of 2018.

Midsommar was theatrically released in the United States on July 3, 2019 by A24 and in Sweden on July 10, 2019 by Nordisk Film. The film received positive reviews from critics, with many praising Aster's direction and Pugh's performance.


Linda Harrison Tribute







carro loco


                        Sasquatch art

                             The ultimate folkloric symbol of North America

                            Old Sasquatch woman

Yeti, from the Himalayas


'Quest for the Grave of Scotia, the Pharaoh’s Daughter Who Founded Scotland and Ireland'

Sarah P. Young - - March 15, 2019

A short distance from the bustling Irish town of Tralee in County Kerry there is an otherworldly looking glen which is known as Scotia’s Grave. According to Irish folklore, the glen was the location of a battle known as Sliabh Mish which took place between the Celtic Milesians and a supernatural race called the Tuatha Dé Danann (tribe of the gods).

Although it was the Milesians who were victorious in battle it was a triumph at the expense of their queen, Scotia, who is reputed to have been buried in the glen.

Who Was Queen Scotia?

Queen Scotia appears in a chronical called the Book of Leinster , a medieval Irish manuscript which was compiled in around 1160 AD. The book was compiled by an abbot named Áed Ua Crimthainn who deeply respected the traditions and history of Ireland, even when they were at odds with his views as a Christian or his reasonable beliefs as a well-educated man.

She is described as the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh, the wife of a Greek king, and a contemporary of the Biblical Moses who allegedly cured her husband after he was bitten by a venomous snake.

Queen Scotia was the daughter of an Egyptian Pharaoh. (Rama / CC BY-SA 3.0 )



Location: Shrewsbury, PA.

Why do people hate leaving a message on a machine or voicemail ?

I can not understand why people will not leave a message. I have a machine at home and voicemail on my cell and they are there for a reason. I always screen my calls at home and will never pick up the phone. I can see who calls on my cell and can decide to answer it, but that is not the point. If im busy or didn't hear the phone ring then i think it might be a good idea to leave a message .

Can someone please share their opinions on this subject.


Captain Amazing

I leave messages, most of the time, but I sometimes don't. It makes me uncomfortable and don't know what to say. So most of the time, I just figure, "Well, I'll try again later, when they're there."


Location: Anaheim, CA

I think SimonX has the right idea I'm thinking Pit, but as long as it's here, I'll just say that when I call you, it is becase I want to have a two-way conversatoin with you right now. If I can't have it right now, I'll call back at some other time that is convenient for me.


Location: England

Because talking to a person is very different from talking to a non-responsive machine; if you are going to speak a brief monologue, you would normally prepare it in advance, making sure that you cover what you want to say as clearly as possible without repetition, hesitation or omission.

However, in ordinary conversation, you generally just 'wing it' as you go along, because if you miss anything important (like when or where you are going to meet them, or what you want them to do, the other person will ask.

So if you aren't expecting to give a monologue, the usual response is "Hello,'s me. Ummm, By 'me' I mean Mangetout, Have you got... Umm.. I mean I was umm... calling about errr... Oh, I'll call back"




Ancient Marseille: Greek-Celtic trading center

Nobody apparently has taken the time to put this into literary or documentary film form, but in pre-Roman times there existed a massive trading arrangement between the Greek world and the Celtic world. At the Greek colony of Marseille was a huge trading post where goods and money were exchanged. Goods were brought in from everywhere in ancient western Europe through a pre-Roman road system. This would have included not only Celtic Gaul, but Celtiberian Iberia, Cisalpine Gaul, Etruria, Celtic central and northern Europe, and from the island lands of the Celtic Britons, Caledonians, and Hibernians.

Even in western Ireland there have been found the remains of what had been ancient wooden roads over peat bogs and wetlands, moving the goods and coins over the land, crossing over across the narrowest sea point into Briton, over the land and sea at it's narrowest point into Gaul, and down to Marseille, and back again. This whole operation would have required much cooperation and goodwill between the various tribal groups, far from the idea of "warring Celtic tribes." The Greek vessels were back and forth across the Mediterranean. Although it's not known for certain, there may well have been Teutonic tribes, from north-central Europe and Scandinavia, participating as well. Goods would have included clothing, iron, tin, bronze, artwork, furs, rugs, blankets, pillows, weaponry, wheat, grains, spices, wine, mead, and the whole endeavor must have included food... if even just for the duration which they spent there.

An imported Greek wine-mixing vessel from 500 BC
I recall the excavation of one of the structures in Greek Marseille. It was similar to frontier trading post structures in early America. It was a good-sized, two-story, wooden building, with a substantial stone-walled cellar underneath. I'm speculating that coinage may have been kept in the cellar, while goods were temporarily stored on the second story. Although Marseille was the chief center of trade with the Celtic world, there must have been other centers and midway points of exchange, both in western Europe and throughout the Mediterranean, and into the east. Of course the Phoenicians were a big sea faring and trading culture as well, and this entire basically "Greek trading world" represent a true golden age of civilization. As late as the nineteenth century, some people in the Languedoc region of the south of France actually still spoke a dialect of Greek.

Greeks in pre-Roman Gaul

Tin sources and trade in ancient times


Bon Jovi - Livin' On A Prayer


Bon Jovi


German "mullet of six points" star

On a recent posting, I wrote about a particular sightly star which I had seen in a photograph on a door frame in Germany. It was distinctly not a Saturnian hexagram aka "Star of David," but in the same basic shape. It's called a "mullet of six points" (see image to the left), however, the one I saw had slightly more slender points. It was beautifully engraved and painted on this door frame.

This distinctly is not a Estoile star, a Moravian star, or a hexagram star, but I think a particularly unique and sightly symbol. There are varied types of this star, with varied lengths of the points and curvature. There is also a similarly sightly "mullet of eight points."

Star (heraldry)

In heraldry, the term star may refer to any star-shaped charge with any number of rays, which may appear straight or wavy, and may or may not be pierced. While there has been much confusion between the two due to their similar shape, a star with straight-sided rays is usually called a mullet while one with wavy rays is usually called an estoile.

While a mullet may have any number of points, it is presumed to have five unless otherwise specified in the blazon, and pierced mullets are common; estoiles, however, are presumed to have six rays and (as of 1909) had not been found pierced. In Scottish heraldry, an estoile is the same as in English heraldry, but it has been said[by whom?] that mullet refers only to a mullet pierced (also called a spur revel), while one that is not pierced is called a star.


Explorer and adventurer Erin Ryder


Linda Moulton Howe The Moon is an Intelligent Machine That See's EVERYTHING!



Linda Moulton Howe explains how the moon is not what we think it is. It is a computer like machine that watches, observes and monitors Earth. What happened to Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, whilst he was up there? Did he change after the mission? Was he warned never to talk about the alien presence up there? Linda explains, there is life on the moon and throughout the Universe.


Mysteries of The Unexplained (Documentary)



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John Denver - Country Roads


Tim Laine



Almost heaven West Virginia
Blue Ridge Mountains Shenandoah river
Life is old there older than the trees
Younger than the mountains blowin' like a breeze

Country roads take me home
To the place I belove
West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

All my memories gather round her
Miner's lady stranger to blue water
Dark and dusty painted on the sky
Misty taste of moonshine teardrops in my eyes

Country roads take me home
To the place I belong
West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

I hear a voice in the morning  hour as she calls me
The radio reminds me of my home far away
Drivin' down the road I get a feelin'
That I should have home yesterday yesterday

Country roads take me home

To the place I belong
West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

Country roads take me home
To the place I belove
West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

West Virginia mountain momma
Take me home country roads

Take me home country roads
Take me home country roads


Thursday, August 22, 2019

Lake Garda featured now in Windows 10 Spotlight 2

Lombardy: The Italian Lake District

Along with the image of Lake Garda now being featured, there is a link to a Bing image search for "Italian Lake District." This region is mostly in Lombardy and the culturally Lombard Ticino in Switzerland.

Italy's Lake District


A One-Week Stay in Stresa Featuring Lake Maggiore, Lake Como, and Lake Orta

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Lake Garda featured now in Windows 10 Spotlight

 Windsurfers on Lake Garda, Italy

Italy’s largest lake is so big and comparatively narrow that it creates its own unique wind patterns, drawing windsurfers from around the world. From its north shore, surrounded by mountains, Lake Garda stretches for 32 miles to the south where it reaches a wide plain. The change in topography means different temperatures at either end of the lake, resulting in powerful thermal winds. In the morning, winds form high in the mountains and flow toward the plain at the southern portion of the lake. Later in the day the patterns shift, and winds blow north back up the lake. These various air streams are so regular, and so renowned, they have their own names. And they have some dedicated fans, too, judging by these windsurfers.