Monday, December 5, 2011


Contribution by Saul Martin

I love having wild blue internet service at the house. Now, I can follow the news better. I used to only get the local paper and would have to watch television for the national and international news. Now, I have a few favorite papers that I like to read in the mornings. Another cool thing about the papers that I read in the morning is that they are all free. I usually read the local paper on-line from my home town.

The other paper that I like to read is called the Huffington Post. I recently discovered it and love how it is organized. It covers a bunch of different genres of news. It has the regular nation and international economic and politics but it also has entertainment, style, and weird news. It is organized like a blog and is really easy to navigate. I think that they also do a good job of filtering the stories. All of the stories they post are interesting and sometimes they have things that can’t be found on other sites. I don’t know what I did all those years. I really just didn’t know how much I was missing out!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Fantasy football

Guest post from: Steve Delaney

Every year in September, my husband begins his fantasy footballseason. He begins planning his team in the summer, which I will never understand. He talks to the guys in his league daily about which players they have, which ones they want to trade, and they banter with endless smack talk about a team that does not actually exist. When we moved into our new house in Dillon, Montana in the spring, I was not surprised when I found him searching “Dillon satellite Specials” on the internet because I knew he wanted to get the TV set up for football season.

I could already imagine our Sunday afternoons, Monday nights and Thursday nights with him glued to the TV while I chased our kids around. I am glad that he has a hobby, but I must say that none of my hobbies compare to his obsession with fantasy football. I am starting to regret purchasing the sports package that we have because I feel like I am feeding his addiction. Purchasing the sports package is just enabling him. Maybe I need to find a hobby that annoys him as much as his hobby annoys me.

Friday, July 15, 2011

Grilling out safely in our backyard and deck area

Guest post written by Brooke Lender

It seems like my brothers and I were always getting into all kinds of accidents while we were growing up. We were either playing too rough and someone would get hurt or we would be flying down the neighborhood hill on our bikes and end up crashing into each other. Well, I'm very aware of that now as a mother and like to make sure that my kids keep safety in mind when they're having fun.

I've been enforcing that even more this summer because my kids are at an age when they can be rough without realizing how much damage they can do. I wanted to go over some outdoor grilling safety rules before a cook out that we're having next weekend, so I looked up some tips online. While I was doing that I saw the site and after I looked through it a little bit I saved it as a bookmark in case we need replacement windows in the future. (You never know with three boys!)

I did find some safety tips and sat down my kids and told htem about them. They seemed pretty receptive but I guess I'll be the judge of that at the cook out.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Getting it right

Thanks to Erasmo Cortez

Renovations were the last thing I thought about when I bought my new home. I was more concerned about how bug the yard was and all the cabinet space in the kitchen. Once I moved in, though, I realized that the faucets were leaky, the deck needed replacing and the wallpaper in the bathroom was half rotted!

Thankfully I had signed up for clear wireless internet  so it was really easy to look up the techniques I needed to know in order to get the projects done. While I was at it, I looked into some d├ęcor ideas as well that included faux finishes on the walls, painting techniques for the outside of the house and even a gilding technique that I plan ! to use on the bannisters. I’m really excited about all the progress I’ve made and how my house is starting to feel like a home.

I never imagined being a homeowner would be so much work but it’s definitely some of the most rewarding work I’ve ever done!

Monday, March 23, 2009

Is mankind evolving to become like God?

Genesis informs us that the Elohim created man and woman in their image. In the image of the Elohim they created us male and female. From this statement it can be derived that human beings are destined to become like their creator, for the seed eventually becomes like the tree from which it came. Let us take a look at the possibility of this perspective.

In the book The seven Hebrew Gods, it is noted that the Elohim are seven, grouped as four Elohim of the elements of air, fire, water, earth and three Elohim of mankind who are the creators of the three races in their image.

The God Elohim created the black African race and all those of African descent in her image. The God Yah created the Hebrew,Caucasian race in his image. The God El Shaddai created the Asian, oriental race in his image. If we were created in the image and likeness of our God, it is logical to infer that as seeds of our God, we are evolving along the path and nature of our Elohim. Our final destination is fixed, we may arrive there at different times and at different levels but the end result is in the beginning.

We may not know the entire nature of each of the Elohim for they are far too advanced for our minds to comprehend their nature, but we may obtain some of the clues from the archangels that immediately serve beneath them. For the archangels most certainly have characteristics that are close to that of the Elohim.

The archangel that serves beneath the God Elohim is Gabriel. Gabriel whose name means “God is my strength”, is known to be the sovereign messenger of the Elohim. Gabriel is also known to blow a trumpet. From these factors let us put two and two together, for the word messenger is an ancient term that corresponds to our present use of the word communications. The blowing of the trumpet is associated with music, the calling together of a gathering or making an announcement. From these key items it can be inferred that the black African race, including the Hispanics are most likely evolving along the path of communications, music and all that pertains to sound. Communications include writings, speech, eloquence, and all aspects of things that relate to sound from the mouth, the hands, and the feet. The energies of sound are explained in the book of sound within the book “The Trinity of Lights.

The angel that serves beneath the God Yah is Michael whose name means who is like unto God. Michael is known to be the prince of the archangels, but he is also well known to be a warrior angel. Michael is in a sense commander of the armies of God. Do we likewise see a similar connection between the Hebrew,Caucasian race and that of the angel Michael?. I am not implying anything negative here but it seems to be a necessary role for existence itself. For some reason it seems the Elohim need armies to defend and protect their creation on earth as well as in the spiritual realm and elsewhere. The Hebrew, Caucasian race have been meshed in war for as long as we can remember to the present time and It seems they are being developed along the path of Michael in the image of their God Yah.

The archangel that serves beneath the God El Shaddai who created the Asian, oriental race is Raphael. Raphael means God is my healer. It can also be inferred that the oriental race are being developed to become all kinds of healers on many levels; whether through science, medicine, herbs, mysticism or otherwise. It is the oriental race that introduced the concept of the seven chakras of man that connect to the glands of hormones of the human body. These three distinct characteristics of the archangels are present among all nations of today since human beings copy and learn from one another, and there has been migration of people across the planet, yet the three predominant aspects of the three races do stand out.

When put together it is like a government where one is a priest or peacemaker, one is a warrior, and the other is a scientist (healer). Doesn’t this correspond to our present organized structure of religion, the military, and science as a form of government ? What we see today has always been, for the seed eventually grows to become the like the tree. As it is above so it is below, for it seems we are being developed to be recruited into the regiments of our God. I can see where it makes sense for the Elohim to create mankind, for we end up developing to become like them; our earthly existence is a training ground to develop and be recruited to fill into the chain.

Recommended book

The seven Hebrew Gods

Beth, Resh, Kaph, Tau
BARAKATA... may blessing be upon you
Ken Nunoo