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Old 27-04-2014, 02:44 AM   #604
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Elizabeth decides to have a party for her 13th birthday. Olivia suggests an overnight party on the night before her birthday. While signing up for a music appreciation class,Ike runs into Jason at the Kleinberg Conservatory of Music. Not knowing about Jason’s job, Ike badmouths Cousin George for suggesting he improve himself.. Jason recommends that he just refuse what Corabeth wants him to do. Ike says concessions are often necessary to make a marriage work..

Olivia returns from the library after selecting books on poltergeist.. Research suggests that strange things often happen to 12 to 14 year old children with fearfulness about growing up. As Elizabeth attempts to sleep she sees her Raggedy Ann doll change positions. She is scared and hides under the covers...

At the party Olivia and John remain upstairs while Elizabeth, Aimee, and the other girls play games in the living room. Aimee decides to tell a ghost story but Elizabeth does not like haunted houses. Before Aimee can begin the lights go out unexpectedly. Then the piano begins to play by itself, the wind blows inside the house, and a chair floats in the air. When the girls scream the family run downstairs. The men try to close the windows while the women calm the girls. Olivia tells Elizabeth only she can stop what is happening by releasing her emotions...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ipW9JsTmos
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COMMENTARY ({Kappa-Gamma**)..Both "23" and "Skidoo" are American words meaning "Get out". This chapter describes the Great Work under the figure of a man ridding himself of all his accidents.He first leaves the life of comfort; then the world at large; and, lastly, even the initiates.In the fourth section is shown that there is no return for one that has started on this path.The word OUT is then analysed, and treated as a noun.Besides the explanation in the note, O is the Yoni; T, the Lingam; and U, the Hierophant; the 5th card of the Tarot, the Pentagram. It is thus practically identical with IAO...

The book consists of 93 chapters, each of which consists of one page of text...On June 27, 1997, the NEAR Shoemaker spacecraft passed within 1,212 km of 253 Mathilde while moving at a velocity of 9.93 km/s...

Average Lunar Average Lunar Cycle is 28 (23+5) days.. An average menstrual cycle is 28 (23+5)...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woFnjx9jXaA


The Amityville Horror: A True Story..Father Mancuso was a lawyer, judge of the Catholic Court and psychotherapist who lived at the local Sacred Heart Rectory. He arrived to perform the blessing while George and Kathy were unpacking their belongings on the afternoon of December 18, 1975, and went into the building to carry out the rites. When he flicked the first holy water and began to pray, he heard a masculine voice demand that he "get out." ..In his further efforts to confront the evil, including a room full of flies, he suffers a car wreck from brake and steering malfunction,..In areas where cattle (or other mammals with similar dung) are not native, there are often also no native species which can break down their dung, and this can lead to infestations of pests such as flies and parasitic worms... Dung beetles help recycle dung back into the soil ...Dung beetles are currently the only animal, other than humans, known to navigate and orient themselves using the Milky Way...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adFRKm9ezw4
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Lithobolia, or the Stone-Throwing Devil, is a pamphlet that records poltergeist activity that allegedly took place in the tavern of George and Alice Walton in 1682. Two copies of the pamphlet exist in the British Museum. The Waltons' tavern was located in New Castle, New Hampshire, then known as the Great Island. Lithobolia was written by “R.C.,” one Richard Chamberlain, the secretary of the colony of New Hampshire. In 1666 Chamberlain was boarding at the Walton tavern and witnessed the attack. The pamphlet was later printed in London by Chamberlain in 1698. The opening reads:..Lithobolia", or stone throwing Devil. Being an Exact and True account (by way of Journal) of the various actions of infernal Spirits or (Devils Incarnate) Witches or both: and the great Disturbance and Amazement they gave to George Walton's family at a place called Great Island in the county of New Hampshire in New England, chiefly in throwing about (by an Invisible hand) Stones, Bricks, and Brick-Bats of all sizes, with several other things, as Hammers, Mauls, Iron-Crows, Spits, and other Utensils, as came into their Hellish minds, and this for space of a quarter of a year"...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Y1YFH9A3Bw
Beelzebub is commonly described as placed high in Hell's hierarchy. According to the stories of the 16th-century occultist Johann Weyer, Beelzebub led a successful revolt against the Devil, is the chief lieutenant of Lucifer, the Emperor of Hell, and presides over the Order of the Fly. Similarly, the 17th-century exorcist Sebastien Michaelis, in his Admirable History (1612), placed Beelzebub among the 3 most prominent fallen angels, the other 2 being Lucifer and Leviathan, whereas 2 18th-century works identified an unholy trinity consisting of Beelzebub, Lucifer, and Astaroth. John Milton featured Beelzebub seemingly as the second-ranking of the many fallen cherubim in the epic poem Paradise Lost, first published in 1667. Milton wrote of Beelzebub, "than whom, Satan except, none higher sat." Beelzebub is also a character in John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress, first published in 1678...

http://hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib333.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Amityville_Horror
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...1&postcount=26I am the Dragon.. What a collection of scars I have.. Never forget who gave you the best of them, and be grateful, our scars have the power to remind us that the past was real...http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=166

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