Saturday, March 31, 2012


I'm doing a full expounding of the books of the New Testament from Romans to Revelation on my YOUTUBE.

I've just finished Galatians.

So for you who like to HEAR and not read, that is one reason I'm doing it. And of course many out there like to see and hear, so it's for them also, the ones who surf the Youtube for "religion."

My youtube: 1horsesrcool

Go to the "Playlist" for the fastest way to find the book/s of the New Testament I've already expounded.

Thursday, March 29, 2012


The biggest lotto in USA history is about to shoot forth. HALF A BILLION DOLLARS!!

So the line ups are huge, people just want that quick fix, that instant gratification of being a millionaire. Could be on this one a HALF-BILLIONAIRE!

The gambling drug is one massive way of taxation for the State or Federal Government.

It may not be specifically condemned in the Bible, but the principle of not working, performing, doing, for your reward, is against Bible principles. Now the Bible is not against INHERITANCES. If someone wants to leave you a huge sum of money, hopefully they will know you will use it wisely. Money is not wrong in and of itself. A mighty good work can be done with money. But the whole attitude of the gambling world - the very basic reason it is there and it is so popular, is in some ways the attitude of one man who said about this coming 500 Billion lotto...."I'll never have to work another day in my life." He looked like about in his 20s. Or it is the attitude of just making an easy tens of thousands of bucks, or millions of bucks.

Let me put it this way, for anyone who reads the you think God will allow "lotto" games - gambling casino stuff in the age to come, the 1,000 year reign of Christ and the Kingdom of God on earth?

I think for Bible readers, the answer is a whopping big NO!!

End of debate on Lotto gambling and Casino gambling.

Wild Animals?

I'm not for us having "wild" animals in circuses or as so-called pets, or people that go and practically live with them, or film them in close quarters.

The so-called "Tiger man of Africa" (who films them close quarters) got mauled and is fortunate to be alive...... crazy it is, doing such things.

And an Elephant in Ireland made a break for freedom in a parking lot, nobody injured, but a car damaged.

The time will come when in the age to come God will change the nature of wild animals, so we can have them for pets, but until then we should be leaving them in the wild, filming from a good distance (with our space-age zoom lenses).....we should let them be, we have all kinds of animals God has given us to enjoy at close quarters (even some of them we have to be careful with as you can get a bad one now and again, like as in dogs and horses). Why people have to bother with wild animals kinda blows my mind. They enjoy being wild, leave them be, and let's enjoy the domesticated animals....why bother taking a chance on naturally "wild" ones. But some people just love to take "chances" or they figure they are God and have changed the animals instinct, problem is many of those wild ones have huge teeth and claws, or they are so big like the elephant they can crush you like you are a fly.

Autism Skyrockets!!

On the ABC News tonight....Autism is SKYROCKETING in the USA.

They are not sure as to why.

They say (1) If your child pulls away when you pick them up (2) If they do not respond to their name, i.e. turn around if their back is to you when you call their name......go to your doctor and have them checked out.

So MUCH of your "apple" whatever is made in China. The company that makes much of it, is going to re-organize to give employees better working conditions....down to 48 hours a week for same pay. Steve Jobs never went over to China to see the conditions people were working under, but the new "boss" has just done so. go into an Apple Store (as I did today) and and ... well the price of the whatever, they then tell you you should take out an extended warranty for a two or three year extension at a few hundred dollars or more..... Ya I guess they know it's made in China and who knows how well it made.....Now after the new boss of Apple has gone over to China maybe they'll make double sure it is well made from the best materials. Time will tell I guess with tens of millions around the world now using something from Apple.

The "red slime" stuff that has been getting lots of news lately is now that people know it's in the meat, is making a huge downward buying trend, I guess so; I mean you'll got who knows what already in meat (all the meat that is not organic) and then they want to add "red slime" somethings or other. I guess they should not be surprised that consumers ain't buying it.

Now cancer overall (every type of) is down some in the USA, BUT up - more of - in overweight people, and those who will not exercise. So just one more proof that making sure you do not go over your range of weight and that you get up and exercise, IS IMPORTANT.....if you ignore those two things your chance of getting cancer goes up.

The "King of the 5 string Banjo" died today - Earl Scruggs - he was 88. Yes he invented that style of lightening fast sound on the Banjo. I have one Banjo student whose been with me....well this is his 5th year, he's 17 now, and we just got through doing one from Earl's book.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Pope in Cuba!

The masses turned out to see and hear the Pope in Cuba, in the last few days of March 2012.

Sure he is sign of more "freedom" for the Cubans, BUT the history of the Papacy and the horrors it was back of during the middle or dark ages....well it's still in the history books, for those who want to find it and see it and acknowledge it.

Now, you think of all those in Cuba that came to see and hear him, just think if the Pope could do the false prophet of the book of Revelation.

Yes, do you get what I'm getting at? A religious man that could rule hundreds of MILLIONS, how about over a BILLION people.....if anyone qualifies to be able to do it, it would be a Pope working MIRACLES!

Have you got it? The book of Revelation and the coming of an end time "false prophet" that can do miracles.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Sun-tanning -

Wellll......I was kinda figuring ..... yes sun-tanning for health today is a lot more complicated than we think.

Go to - he has a PhD article today on sun-tanning - I'm joking about the PhD stuff BUT my oh my if this is what it takes to figure out IF and WHEN you need to sun-tan to get D3, I think I'll just stick to the D3 pill I take, and forget about trying to sun-tan :-)

Bone and Heart Health


by Dr.Perricone

Healthy Bones, Healthy Heart Vitamin K1

Many of us are familiar with vitamin K (phylloquinone, also known
as phytonadione), commonly referred to as vitamin K1, which is a
fatsoluble vitamin found in foods such as cabbage, broccoli,
cauliflower, spinach, kale, turnip greens, and other dark leafy
greens, cereals, and other vegetables. Vitamin Kl makes up about
90 percent of the vitamin K in a typical Western diet and plays
an important role in blood clotting. Because this is a
fat-soluble vitamin, it is important to eat these foods dressed
with a little extra-virgin olive oil to ensure absorption of the
nutrient. Some studies indicate that only 10 percent of the
vitamin K1 in foods is absorbed by your body.

(Wellll....I've not taken olive oil with my greens, and I'm doing
just fine at age 70 on 9/11 2012 - some things Dr's go just a
little too far in prescribing - Keith Hunt)

Today, emerging evidence in human intervention studies indicate
that vitamin K1 at a much lower dose may also benefit bone
health, in particular when co-administered with vitamin D.
Several mechanisms are suggested by which vitamin K can modulate
bone metabolism. Besides the gamma-carboxylation of osteocalcin,
a protein believed to be involved in bone mineralization, there
is increasing evidence that vitamin K positively affects calcium
balance, a key mineral in bone metabolism. The Institute of
Medicine has recently increased the dietary reference intakes of
vitamin K to 90 micrograms per day for women and 120 micrograms
per day for men, which is an increase of approximately 50 percent
from previous recommendations.
A new analysis by Joyce McCann, Ph.D., and Bruce Ames, Ph.D., of
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute of data from
hundreds of published articles dating back to the 1970s also
advises that the current recommendations for vitamin K intakes be

(Lots of greens is the key - Keith Hunt)

Current recommendations are based on levels to ensure adequate
blood coagulation, but failing to ensure long-term optimal levels
of the vitamin may accelerate bone fragility, arterial and kidney
calcification, cardiovascular disease, and possibly even cancer.

Vitamin K2: Don't Leave Home Without It!

Though this is good news, the news about vitamin K2 is even
better when it comes to both bone and arterial health. Vitamin
K2, also known as menaquinones, stays in the body for a
significantly longer time than K1. It makes up about 10 percent
of a typical Western diet's vitamin K and can be synthesized in
the gut by microflora.

(Now remember what he said, it stays in the body longer than K1 -
for again I've found this K2 supliment just too expensive; you'd
have to be a millionaire to take all these things many of these
Dr's write about - Keith Hunt)

Menaquinones (MK-n) can also be found in the diet: MK-4 can be
found in meat; MK-7, MK-8, and MK-9 are found in fermented food
products like cheese, and an especially rich source of MK-7 is
natto, a popular, centuries-old breakfast dish in Japan made from
steamed fermented soybeans. Because of its rather unpleasant -
some might call it "slimy" - consistency, natto, said to be the
food of samurai warriors, can be a hard sell to the Western

Chairman of the Board Certified

My friend and colleague Stephen Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.N., C.N.S.,
is board certified in both internal medicine and cardiology. The
buildup of arterial plaque is deadly to the healthy heart, and
Dr. Sinatra continually searches for effective strategies to
decrease this threat. A number of studies have demonstrated the
effectiveness of vitamin K2 in reversing plaque in blood vessels.
Vitamin K2 appears to assist in the decalcification of hard
plaque formations.
Dr. Sinatra has seen outstanding progress in his patients taking
the MK-7 (menaquinone-7) type of vitamin K2, which offers the
following unique benefits:

Provides the most active and bioavailable form of vitamin K2,
Helps reduce the level of calcium in the bloodstream
Supports cardiovascular health
Helps strengthen bones
Aids in calcium absorption by bones
Helps increase bone density

I recently met with Dr. Sinatra to learn even more about this
remarkable nutrient. Although this is a chapter on bone health,
the remarkable discoveries about vitamin K2 demonstrate the
holistic nature of the body and how all systems are intrinsically
linked - in this instance, bone health and heart health. This
makes it difficult to compartmentalize each organ system into a
neat little chapter. There is tremendous overlap among bone
health, digestive health, the immune system, the cardiovascular
system, and so forth. As you will discover, a great bone
structure means much more than just getting us on the pages of
Dr. Sinatra had impressive news from Dr. Cees Vermeer, a
biochemist from Maastricht University in the Netherlands and one
of the top vitamin K2 researchers in the world. Two new studies
(published in Blood, the journal of the American Society of
Hematology) by Dr. Vermeer's team of researchers have reported
the following:

The first study showed that vitamin K2 is more absorbable by the
body than vitamin K1, so K2 is able to provide more support for
the enzyme process that contributes to bone health - and more
protection against osteoporosis. This absorbability puts vitamin
K2 at greater risk of interfering with Coumadin, which is a
vitamin K antagonist. Vitamin K promotes clotting, and Coumadin
is prescribed to keep the blood thin by preventing clotting.
According to Dr. Sinatra, new evidence from Europe suggests that
Coumadin may also interfere with a vitamin K2 protein system that
keeps calcium out of the arterial walls. It now appears that on
one hand, Coumadin thins the blood, but on the other, it
contributes to arterial calcification. Coumadin causes a
deficiency of both vitamin K1 and vitamin K2. It should come as
no surprise to learn that Coumadin takers suffer more
osteoporosis in conjunction with more abnormal calcium deposits
in other areas, such as the heart valves - in fact, twice as much
as those not taking the drug. Dr. Sinatra has become extremely
cautious about prescribing Coumadin because of these risks,
reserving its use for only the highest-risk patients.
To better understand the role of calcium in the body, consider

Normal deposits of calcium occur only in bone and teeth. Abnormal
deposition of calcium in the body occurs in three places:
the intima, the innermost layer or lining of the arteries that
causes atherosclerotic plaque; the heart valves; and the medial
calcification, which is the muscle layer of the arteries.

Studies also show that people with coronary disease, in
conjunction with reduced blood levels of vitamin K2, show more
advanced atherosclerotic plaque. It also appears that calcium is
an active participant in the buildup of coronary plaque-and not
the innocent bystander once supposed!

In a second study, Dr. Vermeer found that a diet high in both
vitamins K1 and K2 could prevent and reverse Coumadin - induced
arterial calcification in rats. The rat arteries that were
studied resembled human arteries affected by common diabetic and
age-related sclerosis (hardening of tissues).
Traditionally, calcification has been thought to be an
irreversible end-stage process in arterial disease. There is a
very real possibility that a vitamin supplement could roll back
the sclerosis that destroys the arteries. Imagine what this could
mean to individuals with diabetes and heart disease.

Could it be that many detrimental physical processes associated
with age are not part of the so-called normal aging process? More
and more, the answer is yes, and many of the pillars supporting
the "carved in stone" scientific beliefs are toppling. As this
information demonstrates, many of these processes can actually be
reversed - and, equally important, prevented altogether.

The calcium link between arteries and bone is fascinating to me.
One of the biggest tragedies of aging is osteoporosis, which
predisposes us to weakness, frailty, and dangerous bone
fractures, greatly limiting our mobility. Unfortunately, the
calcium that belongs in our bones is transferred to arterial
walls, predisposing us to cardiovascular disease and more.
Adequate intake of vitamin K2 can stop this from occurring. We
now have what appears to be a highly effective strategy to keep
bones strong and arteries free of dangerous plaque. As you can
see, strategies that can keep bones healthy have significant
impact on our cardiovascular systems as well - absolutely
critical information for women with each passing decade.

Although it is breast cancer that puts the fear of death into
women, the fact is that women have a much greater chance of dying
of heart disease. Vitamin K2 can greatly reduce your odds of
developing this disease. Although heart disease was thought of as
a "man's disease" in the past, it is the leading cause of death
for both women and men in the United States, and women account
for 52.6 percent of the total heart disease deaths. In 2005,
heart disease was the cause of death in more than 454,000
females. Heart disease is often perceived as an "older woman's
disease," and it is the leading cause of death among women age 65
and older. The fact is that heart disease is the third leading
cause of death among women age 25 to 45 and the second leading
cause of death among women aged 45 to 64. Remember that many
cases of heart disease can be prevented!

Number of Deaths


Diseases of the heart 329,238
Alzheimer's disease 51,038
Breast cancer 41,116
Influenza and pneumonia 34,581

Source: Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER)
Program (www.seer SEER*Stat Database: Mortality-All
COD, Public-Use with State, Total U.S. (1969-2005), National
Cancer Institute, DCCPS, Surveillance Research Program, Cancer
Statistics Branch, released February 2008. Underlying mortality
data provided by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics. For
more information and facts, visit the CDC's Heart Disease site.

As you can see, you are eight times as likely to die of heart
disease than breast cancer. Not to downplay the breast cancer
risk, but you are also more likely to die from an accident than
you are from breast cancer! I personally find this lack of
awareness by many women about their most dire health threat a
matter of great concern.

According to the American Heart Association, nearly 37 percent of
all female deaths in America occur from cardiovascular disease.
Many women simply do not understand the dangers of heart disease
and stroke. Keeping this in mind, we take stock of the promising
heart and vascular research on Pycnogenol to date.

Now of course if you have a problem where you need to take K2
suppliment pills - you should.
But if on a balanced diet that is full of greens, a normal supply
of K2 should already be in your diet - especially if you buy
organic greens. It is just that most people in the Western world
do not eat enough greens and fruits, although Governments are
trying to tell people to have more of them in their diets.
Governments have wised up to the fact that if people eat a better
diet, including lots of greens, other vegetables and fruits, they
will be healthier and hence the cost of "health care" (trying to
fix bad eating habits) will be less.



For BONE strength and health


by Dr. Perricone

When I started researching this chapter, I had no idea how
radicalized I would become about healthy bones and their crucial
function in all aspects of healthy aging and disease prevention.
In fact, this is one of the most important chapters in this book
because, as you will learn, healthy bones are the very foundation
of our immune system, and until now, we did not have the most
ideal strategies to ensure that we could prevent bone loss.
Bone formation - the acquisition of bone mineral density
(BMD)peaks between the ages of 20 and 30. After the age of 35,
both men and women begin to lose bone mass unless they take
action to prevent it. Unfortunately, at that age few of us are
thinking about our health, our longevity, or anything in between.
By the time we begin to think about our bones, we may have
already suffered serious damage. It seems hard to believe that
this can happen so early in our lives. Often our conception of
age-related bone loss is that of a person of advanced age -
seventies or eighties - bent under the burden of the dowager's

You need to protect your bones from an early age. If you are in
your twenties or thirties and reading this chapter, you can take
active steps to prevent future problems. If you are older, take
heart because there are exciting new strategies that can make a
significant difference now.

***Regular exercise is far and away the single most important
action we can take to prevent and help reverse bone loss.***

Unfortunately, we are raising a generation of couch potatoes and
computer/video jockeys who rarely exercise. If you happen to be a
small Caucasian female with a penchant for dieting, the risk of
bone loss is even greater. But there is good news. According to
many studies, a high-intensity exercise program prevents bone
loss in early postmenopausal women with low bone density.

The Weighting Game

As many studies affirm, weight-bearing exercises have an
extremely beneficial effect on bone mass and bone density. The
pressure exerted on the bones during this type of exercise
stimulates the building of bone. Ideally, your exercise routines
will be complex and will involve the total body; in this way you
can achieve the greatest benefits.

(Does this mean you have to join a gym and lift weights?
Certainly you can if you are so inclined. But the old Mr.Health
and Strength guy - Charles Atlas, used "dynamic tension" - it's
pushing/pulling one muscle against another, i.e. push down on
your right hand as you push up to the shoulder with the right
arm, then as you push down resist with the right arm. All kinds
of pull/push/resist exercises you can invent. Take a good long
fast walk, and tense the leg muscles some of the time, spring up
on your toes as you walk some of the time - Keith Hunt)

A Step in the Right Direction

In conjunction with weight training, I recommend a thirty-minute
brisk walk or jog every day. My colleague Harry Preuss, M.D., and
I are firm believers in the use of pedometers to encourage an
active lifestyle.

A pedometer senses your body motion and counts your footsteps. If
you are like me, you enjoy a challenge - and a pedometer
motivates me to increase my movements. Many of us spend long
hours in front of computers, and wearing the pedometer reminds us
of just how sedentary our lives have become. If it is 10 A.M. and
you glance at the pedometer and see that it is registering a
meager 200 steps and your goal is 10,000 per day, it can help
spur you into immediate action. I set a goal each day and am
always delighted when I exceed it. You need to take 6,000 steps
per day for overall good health and as many as 10,000 steps per
day for weight loss. It is never too late to start an exercise
program, and consistency is always the key. Walking is a great
default exercise program in that you don't need a gym; the only
equipment you need is a pair of good walking shoes, and, weather
permitting, walking is something you can do 365 days a year.

Who Is at Risk?

According to information from the National Osteoporosis
Foundation posted on the National Institute of Health's Web site
(, the following factors can put you at increased
risk for osteoporosis:

History of fracture after age 50.
Current low bone mass.
History of fracture in a close relative.
Being female.
Being thin and/or having a small frame.
Advanced age (osteoporosis is a major public health threat for 55
percent of people 50 years of age and older; the older you are,
the greater the risk).
A family history of osteoporosis.
Low lifetime calcium intake.
Vitamin D deficiency.
An inactive lifestyle.

For women only: estrogen deficiency as a result of menopause,
especially early or surgically induced. Also, women who stop
menstruating before menopause because of conditions such as
anorexia or bulimia or because of excessive physical exercise are
at greater risk.
For men only: low testosterone levels.
For both men and women: use of certain medications to treat
chronic medical conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis,
endocrine disorders (i.e., an underactive thyroid, which can be
helped by coconut oil), seizure disorders, and gastrointestinal
diseases may have side effects that can damage bone and lead to
osteoporosis. One class of drugs that has particularly damaging
effects on the skeleton is glucocorticoids (a group of steroids
that have metabolic and antiinflammatory effects). "The following
drugs can also cause bone loss:

Excessive thyroid hormones
Antacids containing aluminum

These facts notwithstanding, the news is particularly grim for
women. It is difficult to overstate the importance of BMD, which
is often viewed as the "gold standard" for bone health.
Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, BMD is decreasing in
women in the United States. In 2004, Bone Health and
Osteoporosis: A Report of the Surgeon General predicted that by
2020 (a scant decade away) half of all American citizens older
than 50 will be at risk for fractures from osteoporosis and low
bone mass if no immediate action is taken. The report concluded
that Americans' bone health is in jeopardy due to increasingly
sedentary lifestyles, an absence of current information about
bone health (which this chapter will hope to alleviate), and
inadequate nutrition. The surgeon general recommended that people
of all ages ensure that they get the recommended amounts of
calcium and vitamin D, and that supplementation may be helpful.

Pointing out that people are never too young or too old to
improve their bone health, the surgeon general issued a "call to
action" for the development and evaluation of bone health
programs that incorporated three components: (1) improved health
literacy, (2) increased physical activity, and (3) improved

Though this is a vitally important initiative for everyone, women
in particular need to be educated on their risks, which pose a
significant threat to BMD with the passing years.

Bone loss accelerates after menopause because the female hormone
estrogen, needed to maintain bone density, is greatly reduced.
The lack of estrogen accelerates a process known as bone
remodeling, the process in which small areas of bone are
destroyed and subsequently rebuilt. Estrogen deficiency can lead
to an imbalance, resulting in more destruction and less
formation, which can predispose women to osteoporosis as they
age. If a woman's ovaries are surgically removed, even more rapid
bone loss may occur because estrogen is made primarily in the
ovaries. The most rapid rates of bone loss in women occur during
the first five years after menopause, when the decrease in the
production of estrogen results in increased bone resorption and
decreased calcium absorption. In fact, according to statistics,
women may lose as much as 3 to 5 percent of bone mass per year
during the years immediately following menopause, with decreases
of less than 1 percent per year after age 65. Two studies are in
agreement that increased calcium intake during menopause will not
completely offset menopause bone loss. Other studies show that
nutritional supplements such as silicon in the form of
choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid improves the bone health
benefits of both calcium and vitamin D. As you will discover,
specially targeted nutrients can not only slow bone loss, they
can actually encourage new bone growth.

While there is an extensive and compelling body of research
supporting the positive effects of calcium and vitamin D3 on bone
health, a review of forty-eight studies on the effects of calcium
on bone health concluded that other micronutrients are needed to
optimize bone health, including vitamin K2, magnesium, and trace
minerals. Vitamin C has also been reported as essential to
collagen formation and normal bone development.

As pointed out, you need to make sure you are getting all of this
when young, and maintaining it all your life. A balanced diet of
good healthy foods should be a life style. Making sure you get
the calcium, vitamin D and the other things mentioned in
Perricone's last paragraph.

I've tried to do this since being a teenager when I sent for the
Charles Atlas "health and strength" course and was reading
"health books."

So my example: When I was 64 I made the mistake of buying an
Australian saddle that did not fit my horse Goldie. I was out on
a ranch road that in the hot summer time goes as hard as
concrete. The saddle slipped some and I tried pulling it back; I
pulled it back too far and it slipped fully to the other side,
and off I went. I came down on my left hip. The smash and pain
was so great I figured for sure I had smashed my hip and would be
in hospital with a smashed or broken hip. Well after a few very
painful minutes, I discovered my hip was just fine; I ended up
with a black and blue hip, that I put ice-packs on and a limp for
a week.
I can only say that it was my eating/vitamin suppliments and
exercise life style that I have maintained since a teenager, that
I did not even have a fracture on my hip. Falling on to your hip
from about 5 feet from a horse onto a concrete like road, at the
age of 64, and not even getting a fracture......well shows I've
done things right all my life in keeping my bones strong.

SLEEP and Health

On the news last evening:

Study upon study now show the importance of 8 hours of sleep per day is VITAL for good health.

It is now a fact (if there was any doubt) that people who only get about 6 hours or less of sleep on a long time basis - a life style - are going to have serious health problems down the road.

On the other hand people who as a life style get MORE than 8 hours of sleep per day, are also going to have health problems down the road.

So the BALANCE is SEVEN TO EIGHT HOURS a day for a life style, to not be effected with health problems.

Sunday, March 25, 2012 - Laws on Vaccination

Right now on the Health website of is the latest on laws to FORCE vaccinations on you and your children.

YOU need to be aware of what many of the States are pushing for.

The details on

Saturday, March 24, 2012

The STONE of Destiny - movie

I've just re-watched the movie "The Stone of Destiny" - the incredible true story of how a handful of young Scotch lads and a girl, had the crazy idea of bringing back the Stone of Destiny to Scotland. They planned it and amazingly managed to actually pull it off.

It was indeed a wild idea, that had been tried before but never had anyone succeeded in the actuality of doing it.

They did it! To make a point that Scotland would always be free, that they should have their own Parliament - which they now have.

The young people were never prosecuted.

The Stone of Destiny was returned to London, but later the English gave it to Scotland to look after, take care of, but that it will be returned to the coronation chair at the crowning of the next King of Britain and the Commonwealth.
Why all the fuss and protective fanaticism over a stone with two iron ring - one at each end?

It's history goes back to Ireland, from whence it first came, then moved to Scotland, then moved to England. For centuries the Kings and Queen of Ireland, Scotland, and England have been crowned sitting on or next to this stone.

Even in the pamphlet I once saw three decades ago, while visiting Westminster Abbey, the story was unashamedly told how the stone was said to be the stone that Jacob anointed when he had his dream of the ladder going up to heaven.

What many in North America, especially among the "fundamental" Christians do NOT know is that, many Church of England ministers (very well educated, some with D.D or PhD after their names) believed and taught that most of the Western nations are the very people of the so-called "lost" House of Israel - the British Commonwealth and the USA being the people of Joseph - the brother people that were promised to grow together into a company of nations and one single great nation.

And it was those people of Joseph that would in God's time, contain the line of the throne of David, that was promised by God to him to last forever. The very throne of David that one day would be given to the Messiah - the angel mentioning that to Mary when she was told she would bear the Son of God.

The world is going to be focussed upon London this summer, with the Olympic Games being held in that city, and with the 60 years celebration of Queen Elizabeth on the very throne of David, crowned upon the Stone of Destiny.

The throne of Britain is again becoming more popular with the marriage of William and Kate, who with enough time given from God, will one day be King and Queen of the British Commonwealth.

Such a throne in this space-age world, flies in the face of all that is looked upon as "normal" especially in the light of a throne that bears pretty well no independent power or authority per se. But here it is, and once more gaining more and more popularity, respect, and honor.

This is not just happen-stance; it must and does have some divine purpose behind it all. And it surely does. All explained under the "history" section of my website.

Hunger Games ....girls hero?

Well yes they are indeed lining up to see the movie "Hunger Games" - especially all the girls and ladies according to what they showed on ABC news this evening.

Well it's move over Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and James Bond and all the other guy heroes.

But is it really a super girl hero.......well saw the movie yesterday afternoon, and no this leading gal does not come across as the super tough, super emotionally strong, cool as ice, and a fighting tornado. Well not in this first of 3 movies, maybe in the next one a little more and the third one...blasting out in full power machoism.

In this one our gal is unprepared, quite nervous, lots to learn, and actually get beaten by another girl who is about to kill her, when another young guy steps in to rescue her.

So this movie is much more realistic in taking us to the place where our hero gal has to learn a lot and be helped along the way.

Much more realistic than just having this judo-karate super-human gal just there right off the bat.

And not really sure why our real life gal had to shoot arrows hundreds of times daily for this movie, in preparing for this movie, not really much skill shown on this movie on archery per se.

As you'll see if you go see it, our hero gal had and still has, much learning and skill to master the next two movies should be even better.

Friday, March 23, 2012

STRESS and OMEGA 3 - Life-span


Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids and Life Span: The Long and Short
of It

by Dr. Perricone


As you will learn later in this chapter, stress plays a role in
shortening life span, and I will retell several excellent news
stories that Craig Weatherby and the team at Vital Choice
generously shared with me. The good news is that certain
nutrients, such as omega-3 essential fatty acids, can help
counteract this effect. I have long championed the benefits of
wild salmon and other cold-water fish for a variety of reasons,
including their ability to keep skin supple, youthful, and
radiant; increase brainpower and cardiovascular health; protect
joints; and improve and stabilize mood, to name just a few
benefits. I believe there is a solid link between diet and
disease, including some forms of cancer. I also believe-and
science bears this out-that stress is one of the single greatest
precipitators of accelerated aging.

If we are to be Forever Young, we need to find successful
strategies to conquer stress, both physical and mental. A loving,
nonjudgmental companion animal is a great antidote to stress, as
are forms of exercise such as yoga (see chapter 7), spending time
out in nature, or simply making the time to restore yourself.
Stress can shorten your life span-this is not a theory but an
actual measurable fact. A recent study at the University of
California has not only implicated stress in cell aging, it also
suggests that stress accelerates the rate at which cells age. We
have long known that stress precipitates premature aging, but the
exact mechanism of how this occurs has been unclear.

According to researchers, stress affects telomeres, strips of DNA
at the end of chromosomes, which appear to protect and stabilize
the chromosome ends. A chromosome is a type of cell that carries
heredi tary information. Telomeres are involved in regulating
cell division. Each time the cell divides, the telomere shortens,
until eventually there is nothing left, making cell division less
reliable and increasing the risk of age-related disorders. Like
the wrapped tips of shoelaces, without which the laces would
unravel, telomeres ensure that a cell's chromosomes do not fuse
with one another or rearrange themselves during cell division,
which can lead to cancer.

With each replication the telomeres shorten, and when the
telomeres are gone, the cells are programmed to commit a form of
cellular "suicide" called apoptosis, which was discussed in
chapter l. Telomeres are highly vulnerable to oxidative stress
from free radicals generated by:

* Eating a pro-inflammatory diet (i.e., high-glycemic

* Environmental stressors

* Weakened immune system

* Excess exposure to ultraviolet light

* Hormonal changes

* Stress

* Normal metabolism

Since they protect telomeres by neutralizing free radicals, foods
rich in antioxidants, which help the body neutralize free
radicals, help maintain good health and a youthful appearance.

Omega-3s to the Rescue

Researchers have shown that omega-3s may also protect telomeres,
as one study with heart patients demonstrates.

Researchers based at the University of California conducted a
study designed to determine whether omega-3 blood levels were
associated with changes in telomere length among heart patients
with coronary artery disease.

A team led by Ramin Farzaneh-Far, M.D., recruited 608 heart
patients between September 2000 and December 2002 and
measured the length of their leukocyte telomeres at the
beginning of the study and again after five years of
After comparing the starting lengths of the cardiac
outpatients' telomeres with their length after five years,
the researchers found that people with the lowest omega-3
levels experienced the speediest rate of telomere
In contrast, those with the highest omega-3 levels showed
the slowest rate of telomere shortening.


The findings offer one plausible biological explanation for why
eating cold-water fish such as salmon, sardines, and anchovies as
well as taking fish oil helps heart patients.

The authors speculated that omega-3s may counteract oxidative
stress, or increase the production of telomerase, an enzyme that
lengthens and repairs shortened telomeres.

If you find it surprising that they'd suggest an antioxidant role
for omega-3s, you've been listening to the wrong people.

Many observers make erroneous assumptions about the
susceptibility of dietary omega-3s to oxidation in the body.

While omega-3s oxidize rapidly when exposed to air, several
recent studies have shown that they act as antioxidants inside
our vascular system ... thereby reducing inflammation and, in
turn, the risk of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease....

The researchers studied only the effects of fish oil on cellular
aging in heart patients, so it is not clear if the association
would hold true in healthy people.

But as Dr. Farzaneh-Far told Reuters, "There is no reason to
think that it wouldn't."

He expressed the essence of his team's finding this way:
"Telomere length is an emerging marker for determining biological
age.... We are excited to identify omega-3 fatty acids as a
potentially protective factor that may slow down telomere


The HUNGER GAMES - movie

Went to see it this Friday afternoon.

It is one of those "3 part" movies I believe, based upon the books.

It certainly is different, a little slow at first, but I guess it has to set the stage, being a 3 part movie.

How people think up such very different science-fiction movies is amazing to me. But they are still doing it.

Yes a good movie, with lots of suspense.

I was struck by the leading young lady; she's 21 in real life but looks about 16. I was struck by her because she looks so much like my first-born, she is (apart from the color of her eyes) just like my first-born was when my girl was 16.

The movie will be a hit, because many teens or younger ones have read the books, so it should do very well for this first week-end, they are indeed lining up to see it.

Murdoch Empire smashed!!

Maybe you have been like me, when you heard about the "scandal" of the Murdoch Newspaper Empire in Britain, coming crashing down. I said to myself, "Well another of the MANY scandals of Britain....another to add to the others of past years."

Last evening I watched "Doc Zone" on TV, the CBC production (Canadian).

What an EYE OPENER it was to see a full hour devoted to telling us about Murdoch and all the lies and deceit and denials from his "top guys and gals."

Wow it made Nixon and the Watergate stuff look like a Sunday afternoon picnic in the warm sun and next to a lovely lake.

The phone taps and corruptions and "political" went into the "iron lady" - Thatcher reign of power, into Tony Blair boy reign of power, and was going along nicely into the present Prime Minister of Britain and his Government.

Thanks to some PERSISTENT probing and probing and more persistent probing.....the shocking plain truth finally came out, and is still they say going to come out for a few years more. Some "high and mighty" in this and that have been ARRESTED!!


The present Prime Minister of Britain has of course now distant himself from anything to do with Murdock.....I guess he would, but for a while he was also in bed with the guy and his newspapers.

Like I said it makes Nixon and Watergate look a super good boy in comparison. What can go on in the world of secular Governments is mind-bending at times.

It all goes to show that a true Christian can have nothing to do with "the world's politics" - Christians are to come out of the world, to move away from the secular world, and pray "Thy Kingdom Come....thy WILL (God the Father's will) be DONE on earth as it is in heaven."

If you want to see this documentary go to:

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Greece/China verse USA/Disney looses on John Carter

Greece has passed its "austerity program" so qualifies for bail-out money. Wages cut, benefits cut, jobs in its Government cut.

Portugal seems to be next in line, to have to tighten its belt, and follow in line with Greece.

The USA and China - world's two biggest economies - in a trade war - solar panels and other things the USA says China is subsidizing.....USA to put tariffs on those items they claim China is subsidizing.

Britain brings its budget out today 21st of March. Britain has high unemployment - one million youths out of work, and a pretty well stagnant growth, so as the "experts" say, not much room to move.

The Walt Disney Company it seems is going to loose 200 Million dollars on one of the biggest FLOP movies ever - John Carter.
I did go to see it. And it was just an average, well less less than average, science fiction movies, so not surprised at this news. It will be an "okay" movie to buy at WalMart in their $5 bin when it gets there. Yes that is about what it's worth - $5 to own. If you like science fiction movies, don't bother buying it till it hits the $5 bin at WalMart.

Monday, March 19, 2012

GANDHI - a great man of the 20th century!

The movie GANDHI was made in 1982.

The man who through none violence teaching gave India and Pakistan their road to independence and freedom from British rule.

The movie is masterfully done, with the brilliant acting of Sir Ben Kingsley as Gandhi.

The movie was the winner of 8 Academy Awards including best picture.

YOU need to have this movie as part of your movie library, especially if you are raising children, so they can see one of the great men of the 20th century, so they can know how India and Pakistan came into being as free independent nations.

I did see the movie back in the 1980s but only recently bought the DVD and just finished watching it once more.

Yes one of the great movies of all time - the true life story of one of the great men of the 20th century.

Yes make sure you put it on your list of movies to watch and to buy for the education of your family.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Pop and Red Meat/Electro Stimulation

On the ABC news this evening - an over 20 year study shows without doubt that drinking one soda pop and eating red meat every day, will increase your chance of a heart-atack. The more than one pop a day increases your chances of a heart-attack even more.

Now the "soda pop" industry and "meat industry" deny all of this. But what the truth comes down to is this: people who drink soda pop each day will probably be doing other things unhealthy, and so bring on the risk of heart-attack. Those eating red meat daily are probably eating meat that is NOT organic, hence other bad stuff in the modern meat world is adding to the risk of heart-attack.

The key to good health is a BALANCED diet, organic as much as you can, the right amount of sleep, a stress free life, and good old exercise.

They are on the verge they think of discovering that electric stimulation from an implant in the chest with a line to a certain part of the brain, that gets shock waves, may be the cure (on a physical side) to the terrible Alzheimer's disease. One man put on this electro stimulization stopped his Alzheimer's disease in its track. It's all to do with bringing back to life brain cells that are dying. They will soon be trying this on 50 people and watching to see the results.

While we are on "physical things" - on the news the other night, they had a segment on "bacteria" that live in our navel - our belly button in simple language. Oh it's good bacteria, what is meant to be there. We have good bacteria living on our bodies - the naval, under our arm-pits and etc. They ended by saying.....yes shocking to many of you .... TOO MUCH WASHING (especially with dis-infectant soaps) is actually BAD FOR US!!!

DIS-INFECTANT SOAPS SHOULD BE USED SPARINGLY. And unless your in a dirty job, we can OVERDO washing and bathing - as creepy as it may sound we need the good body bacteria to keep us healthy.

Summer of the Colt - movie

Being a horseman I'm always on the lookout for "horse movies" - so in WalMart the other day I found one I'd not seen before - "Summer of the Colt."

It is certainly a family movies, with some very good teaching lessons in it, to do with horses and with kids and adults.

Yes, certainly recommend it as a fine family movie, so for $5 worth buying.

As it says on the front cover "A captivating story of love, friendship, and adventure." Yes indeed has some great lessons to teach.

Next time your in WalMart look for it in their $5 bin of movies.

Friday, March 16, 2012

On a light note (ball)

For you in North America...well South America also. You probably do not know (unless your watching BBC World News)....a great sports athlete has done it.

Were's he from? What has he done?

Cannot even spell his name, but he's from India, and all the "cricket" world know him and they sure know what he's just done. Cricket is just like a religion in India, and their man (now 38 years old) just got his 100th 100 runs - that is 100 times in International Cricket he's scored 100 runs. He started pro Cricket at age 16 and so you know how long it has taken him to set this record. The "cricket world" thinks it will never be broken.

Cricket....yes for you in North/South America, "cricket" is a HUGE sport in the rest of the world. Yes there is another immensely popular team sport besides "Soccer" "North American Football" "Baseball" "Basketball" and "Hockey" .....and it is CRICKET!

And as far as I know it is still "the gentleman's game" - a team sport where tempers are not lost, fights do not break out.

So for the "gentleman's game" well done for Cricket's world record. Just one of the many GOOD things happening in the world.

Oh and despite the 100 runs from India's famous Cricket Batter, India still lost the one day game to Bangladesh .... wow what a Cricket team Bangladesh must have.

CRUISING we will warned!

Are you wanting or planning to take one of the Cruise Ships to wherever. About 12 Million do each year. It is a HUGE business. you think or have you been led to believe that they have top skilled doctors and facilities on board?

Well better take a look at Canada's "Fifth Estate" program.

Go to:

They had this "doctor" Cruise Ship segment on tonight - March 16.

Thursday, March 15, 2012 to be joking!

So as it often is with these "Dr.Health guys" like Mercola, they have to come out with their own....super good whatever. This time Mercola has this "wonder bar" - just the right ingredients and all the healthy stuff from the healthy stuff, to the healthy stuff....he writes about it with pages long explanations.

BUT when you get to the PRICE (and sale price at that, he gives you the regular price) ... you have to have more money than you know what to do with. You talk about "give me a break" and "he's laughing all the way to the bank" etc.

He's above my pocket-book with his "wonder products."

Maybe for you who have the money to spend on such "out of this world natural bars" you'll enjoy them, but when you think of spending such money on such bars, think about all the starving people and children in the world, and ask yourself, can I really justify spending this kind of money on energy bars.....for me it is a NEVER, I'll stick to Cadbury "dark fruit and nut" chocolate bars from WalMart.

Jumper - the movie

One of the movies I recently bought from the WalMart $5 bin.

It is an original science fiction, very different from the run of the mill. Interesting how someone came up with the idea.

Don't think it was a hit when in the movie theaters. I remember NOT going to see it.

But for $5 from WalMart, it is worth having, hence now a part of my movie collection.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Dry North America/President-Prime Minister meet

Have you seen it on the dry weather for a major part of the USA, and also for Western Canada.

Little or no snow here in Western Canada, hence the farmers and ranchers are hoping the Spring with bring rain and more rain. If not it could be a very dry draught year in many parts of North America.

The new space-age technology in cars is getting here. Cars that practically drive themselves. Yes they say it will be here by 2020.....types have already been made, and put to the test. Though less skills will be needed to drive, they say the prospect of 80 percent less accidents and lives lost, it will be worth it.

The Prime Minster of Britain and the President of the USA met today.....two brother countries that all know have brother connection, had to meet to talk over the present situation in Afghanistan, and the bad black eye with the killing of innocent people and children by a USA man in the army, who lost his mind and went on a killing spree.
Both fellows of the brother countries figure the schedule will stay.....with-drawing in 2013 and out fully by sometime in 2014. Both men can see the public in their respective countries are tired of the war and really do not have the stomach to maintain it.

If anyone was in doubt about the brutality in Syria, not only now, but in the past .... it was all put to an end with the interview the CBC had with one Syrian man who has written a book about the brutality towards him and many others, in years gone by, from the Syrian dictatorship Government. Then they interviewed a young man who took film of Syrian brutality, sliced his skin open, put the card chip under his skin, managed to get to Canada with the chip being undetected by the Syrian police and guard officials at the airport. He said if the chip had been discovered he probably would have been handed over to the Syrian army and probably killed.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012


A website and newsletter that I've only found out about a few weeks ago, is so far very fine in the overall of things. Like anything in the "health" category I may disagree with some things here and there. But the overall benefit of the site and news letter is good.

Maybe some of you know about Dr. Mercola, I did not.

For those of you who do not know about this "health and well-being" guy, his website is:


Reign of Fire!!

I was in WalMart tonight browsing through their $5 movie bin. I found 4 that seemed like they would be good ones.

I watched "Reign of Fire" - Touchstone Picture.

A London tunneling project uncovers an unearthly fire-breathing beast from centuries of slumber .... well you can guess it. It is earth meets fire destruction, but for some hiding out. Time and the key for man to survive, bring the final face to face meeting between man and only can win.

For an edge of your seat suspense with fine special effects.... it's a good movie, especially for five bucks.


Monday, March 12, 2012

USA Black-eye in Afghanistan!!

With the USA troops burning the "Koran" and now a USA soldier loosing his mind and going on a killing path in the middle of the night, killing man, women, and children, the USA faces a HUGE failure in taking the fight to the terrorist's land, which I've said many times in the last 10 years, was a silly and an unwise move.

Not only will the USA and other Western nations never stop religious fanatics, but increasingly there will be a bitter mind-set from the population (and probably the Government) of Afghanistan towards the USA. It will be a no win situation in many ways, while the USA keeps troops fighting (and whatever else they are doing) in Afghanistan.

It was a colossal mistake for the Bush and Blair boys to ever try and fight the enemy on their own land. Not only have thousands of civilians been killed - the innocent - but thousands of USA soldiers have also lost their lives, and many more some part of their body via various injuries.

Then add to all that the massive amount of money spent on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and it all adds up to a DISASTER from the word go.

Doing what we can to keep our lands safe from the terrorists is one thing, but fighting them on their land, as the Russians found out in their 10 year war in Afghanistan, is a no win fight. All the Taliban and others have to do is put up a little fight, but simply wait until the USA, like Russia, decides to pull out, and they come out of the hills and caves to renew what they have been doing for decades.

The UN and the West and the Arab union are treading water, running in circles, and seem to be useless to deal with Syria. More heart-breaking photos showing the death of men, women, and children by the Syrian army continues to hit the TV news. With all the modern space-age weapons the West have, they still refuse to use them against the mad-dog leader of Syria and his clones of army men. From a natural world's view, it is disgusting that the UN and the West are sitting by and doing very little if anything to put down this crazy dictator of Syria.

The Queen of Britain and the Commonwealth and her family representatives continue to visit lands where the throne of Britain still has respect and is obviously loved. There are 2 BILLION - yes TWO BILLION, with a "B" - people living in Commonwealth nations around the world. Indeed it is an historic novelty and stands out so oddly we might say, that in this space-age world, we still have a throne of history, that two billion people are happy to still call their own.

The truth of the matter is that the Queen sits on David's throne, yes the David, king David, of your Bible. It is a throne that will last until Jesus comes to take the throne. It was promised to Him when the angels came to tell Mary she had been chosen to bear the Son of God. Well it was promised to Him way back in the Old Testament, but restated to Mary and to us. So no matter how strange it may seem for this throne of Britain to remain in a space-age world, it WILL REMAIN right up to the coming of Christ back to this earth.

The truth of the Royal Throne of Britain being the throne of David can be found on my website under "historical" studies.

There has truly been no throne in the entire world, and the history of mankind, that can be compared for length of days and for world popularity, as the throne of Britain. Yes TWO BILLION people are happy to call the throne that Queen Elizabeth sits on, their throne.

John Carter movie/Musical movies

Seen the recent John Carter movie. It stars a new Canadian young guy as the hero. Comes from the town where my Dad lives - Kelowna B.C.

It is a good science-fiction thriller.

An average - like most of them - science fiction - with the modern visual effect. Did not find the 3D to be good. But after Avatar most 3D movies come a distant second place.

Good for an entertaining science fiction.

Now all of you out there that are into (like me) MUSICALS!

It comes as a DOUBLE movie DVD..... a couple of the Bing Crosby collection of movies.

VERY GOOD INDEED.....loaded with music, song and dance.

The movies are:

BIRTH OF THE BLUES - to remember and celebrate the New Orleans' Basin Street blues music - black and white, but very good musical indeed.

BLUE SKIES - staring also Fed Astaire and 30 Irving Berlin extravaganza of song and dance.


Can buy it from


Saturday, March 10, 2012

60 Years for the QUEEN !!

I was 10 years old and can remember it like it was yesterday - the head-master at the Church of England school I was attending, came into our class room and announced the King had died.

I remember it vividly, but for a 10 year old that could only think about going West and being the next Roy Rogers, with a majestic golden Palomino horse like Trigger.... the position of King of the British Commonwealth....well it did not mean much to me.

I remember like it was yesterday having to sit through the entire Coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth.....all day, hours upon hours on TV. It did not mean much to me then. A BIG deal indeed it was, obviously something that meant a lot to tens or hundreds of millions around the world that were a part of the British Commonwealth.

So it is now 60 years....the Queen and family members are busy going around the world, especially to Commonwealth nations, to honor her 60 years on the most famous throne in the world.

Here we are in the modern space-age 21st century world and we still have a famous throne, that does not have really any power per se, but yet is honored and respected by 50 nations that make up the Commonwealth. Nations that are now independent yet WILLFULLY want to stay in the British Commonwealth.

Stop and think about it. Have you ever heard of such a strange thing, yes indeed I use the word "strange." Has there ever been anything like it in all the history of mankind? We have had Empires that have risen and with force conquered nations, the mighty Roman Empire of the first centuries A.D. was the last such Empire, though of course the British Empire was partly like the old Roman Empire, and some might say the Russian Empire for a number of decades after World War Two, was such an Empire that with force ruled many nations.

But an Empire that when the nations it ruled gained their independence, and still wanted of their own free will to stay a part of the same family Empire.....well there never has been such until the British Empire came along. And put all that with a throne, someone physical person sitting on that throne, crowned on that throne, and loved by the majority of people of the nations wanted that throne to still be their throne, within that family of nations....IT IS TRULY A ONCE IN ALL RECORDED HISTORY!

Surely there has to be a reason for it all. I laugh at the Christian funny-mentalists who claim the British Empire and the United States of America are not mentioned in Bible prophecy. Such nations as Egypt, and other much less mighty nations in today's world, compared to Britain and the USA, are mentioned. But the funny-mental guys, well to be fair, a whole large segment of 7th day observing churches also claim the same thing, do not believe the British Commonwealth and the USA are mentioned in the Bible and Bible prophecy.

Many people can figure out where the Russian people came from, where the China and India people came from, where the Brazil, Argentine, Mexico, German, people came from, but they have a real hard time figuring out where the British and USA people came from.....well they know they came from the Anglo-Saxon-Celtic people.....but where did they come from. Oh they can trace them back to north of Babylon and Assyria, around 700 B.C. But those "religious" fundamental and much of the 7th day Sabbath churches, just will not admit what recorded history and the Bible have to say as to who those Anglo-Saxon-Celtic people were before appearing north of the Assyrian Empire.

So at this period of the British Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne of the Commonwealth, I have already uploaded on my website "Ancient London" - fitting also as the 2012 Olympic Games is in London this summer. I have started to upload the great book by Allen (written in 1917) "Judah's Sceptre and Joseph's Birthright" - under the "history" section on my website - and hence the Bible prophecies and historic records of WHO the people are of Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, (and how they formed a company of nations) and the people of the greatest single nation to ever exist on earth - the USA.

Yes, those people are mentioned more than ANY OTHER people in the Bible. And with that truth comes the understanding of Bible prophecy. So I can say that the funny-mentals of Protestant theology have not got a clue about Bible prophecy. They are all wet behind the ears, they are out to lunch, they are from planet Pluto, when it comes to understanding Bible prophecy and how it will all play out in the last 42 months of this age.

All of the prophets of the Bible I have expounded for you on my website. It WILL COME TO PASS as I've given you. Watch world events, and you will in the next 5,10,15 (or more - depending how long the Father gives for this age to end) years see it all unfold exactly as I've given you.

So the Pope is AGAINST "gay marriage"

I've been open, very open, on this blog and on my website. There are MANY things WRONG with the teachings and traditions and practices of the Roman Catholic church. Yet despite that fact there are over ONE BILLION people who call themselves Roman Catholic in the world today.

Satan the Devil has MANY MANY forms of corruption and false ideologies in the world, for everyone, no matter what your mind-set. It's all out there, every form of falsehood you can imagine - a thousand and one of them.

Yes one of the BIGGEST forms of falsehood is the Roman Catholic religion. BUT that church does not have everything WRONG, no it has SOME truth.

Jesus said that before He came again back to earth, MANY would come saying Christ was the Christ ...Jesus was the Christ, but still DECEIVE MANY, yes many not the few but the MANY.

So the Pope and the official teaching of the Roman Catholic church does not have everything wrong.

The Pope and the RC church have it CORRECT on ABORTION on demand.

AND they have it CORRECT on "jay marriage."

Homosexuality/Lesbianism - the practicing of it - is SIN!! That is very clearly the teaching of the Eternal God in His Word the Bible. Hence "jay marriage" is living in sin, it is practicing, as a way of life - SIN!!

So like all other sins, God calls us to REPENTANCE, to acknowledging what sin is by the words of the Bible, which tell us what sin sin, and to being CONVERTED, turning our lives UP-SIDE-DOWN - to live DIFFERENTLY from sin and unrighteousness.

The wicked are defined in God's word as in Psalm 119:53

The righteousness of God is defined as in Psalm 119:172

We as the nations of the West, that one time called ourselves "Christian" and gave Christianity and the Bible to all other nations of the world, have DEPARTED from the Word of the Lord. We have cast His word out the window; we have forsaken the Eternal God more and more as each year has gone by. His protecting hand is no longer over us; He is allowing our towns and villages to be blown away by tornadoes and hurricanes; we are reaping in our way of life, what we are sowing. We are disregarding the physical laws of God, and we are reaping the outcome - bad health. We are disregarding the spiritual laws of God and so we reap the results of sin, and having the Eternal remove His protecting hand.

Most of the nations of the West now allow and legally recognize "same sex marriage" - the USA is fast moving towards all States allowing and legally recognizing same sex marriage.

The Lord has spoken in His word; His long-suffering and patience will one day come to an end. And the destruction on our Western nations, as foretold in the prophecies of the Bible will come to pass.

I have expounded for you on my website ALL the prophetic books of the Bible, and what shall surely come to pass in the end time of this age.

He that has ears to hear with need to hear. He that has eyes to see with need to read what the prophets say.

Friday, March 9, 2012

USA - new jobs - Canada not - Australia .4 increase

Last month the USA created or opened up 227,000 jobs.

Canada actual stalled or to be very correct, lost jobs.

But as they said, the two countries still have high unemployment.

In the USA what are the big companies doing? Well....hanging on to money, not sure how the world is going to go, with Europe still in trouble, and China's economy slowing down. Hence still not close to being as it was before 2008.

All this while in Australia they are smiling.....a .4 percent GROWTH....may not seem like a lot but when the rest of the world is in terrible or not so good economy, a GROWTH is wonderful. And so interviewing some Australians....yep indeed, a smile on their face.

The TIME BOMB - OxyContin!!

I said before on here and on my website, that everyone needs to read "A Medical Heretic" by Meldelsohn.

That book will show you the dark side of the Drug and Medical world.

And make no mistake, there is a DARK side. Yes sure, the Medical world has a light side, does some wonderful things, but ..... there is a Dark side to the industry.

Purdue, the drug company and OxyContin have a dark side, very dark side.

50 Million people in the USA and 6 Million in Canada suffer from chronic pain. More than a decade ago, the new drug OxyContin was supposed to be the answer to chronic pain. Through lies, clever manipulation, doctors being led astray, and etc. North America, fell into a massive problem of millions being addicted, and many finding the way to get the "oxy" pill doing its "high" in seconds.

THERE IS WAY MORE TO SAY ON THIS. Tonight on Canada's "Fifth Estate" it was all put on the table.

You need to see this program! Go to


Wednesday, March 7, 2012

It may help you!


The Ageless Quality of Life and Astaxanthin

by Dr. Corricone

When considering the concept of antiaging, we usually think in
terms of longevity, which is something most of us would like to
improve. Regardless of the number of years we may live, we would
like those years to provide us with the highest quality of life
possible. This is something that astaxanthin can play a key role
in achieving.
Astaxanthin's significant anti-inflammatory power is vital to the
maintenance of youthful vitality. At the heart of what ails us as
we age is that insidious inflammatory process. Whether it affects
our cardio vascular system or our joints, inflammation can and
will rob us of the zest for life. The first benefit we will focus
on in this section is how astaxanthin can help us maintain
cardiovascular health.

Boosting Cardiovascular Health with Astaxanthin

The cardiovascular system is obviously critical to the health and
vitality of us all, especially as we age. Elevated blood pressure
is usually the first sign of developing trouble in our
cardiovascular system. If there was a way to help maintain cardio
health and normal blood pressure without extreme or artificial
intervention, how welcome it would be. Astaxanthin has shown an
indication that it can help do just that. In a recent study
performed on postmenopausal women, a significant reduction in
both systolic and diastolic blood pressure was shown after eight
weeks of AstaREAL astaxanthin supplementation. Supporting this
finding, four earlier laboratory studies, one performed in the
United States and three in Japan, showed a significant reduction
in blood pressure following supplementation with astaxanthin in
controlled animal subjects.

Another consideration as we age is blood flow, especially
peripheral capillary blood flow. As the circulation in our legs
begins to decrease, unwanted symptoms begin to occur. Two
separate studies validate astaxanthin's ability to improve blood
flow. First, in a human blood rheology study, astaxanthin
supplementation created significant improvement in capillary
blood flow. To further support this suggested benefit, a study
with astaxanthin supplementation was done that showed a
significant increase in ankle brachial pressure index (ABI),
suggesting reduced lower limb vascular resistance - in simpler
terms, better blood flow in our legs.

At the heart of astaxanthin's support to the cardiovascular
system is its ability to protect the body from lipid
peroxidation. This ability of astaxanthin helps prevent the
oxidation of LDL cholesterol, which is the key to maintaining a
healthier blood lipid environment, thereby reducing the tendency
for plaque buildup in the arteries. In another recent human
study, astaxanthin supplementation showed a significant decrease
in blood serum triglyceride and an increase in HDL cholesterol
levels. A number of recent studies have shown that when this
ratio is lowered, the risk of cardiovascular events is reduced.

Triathletes, Take Your Cue from Salmon!

Another outstanding benefit of astaxanthin relating to our
vitality is its ability to increase muscle endurance and
recovery. The amazing physical endurance salmon demonstrate on
their arduous journey up the rapids and rivers to their spawning
grounds led to the investigation of astaxanthin as related to
physical endurance in humans. A number of animal and human
studies have shown that astaxanthin can increase and improve
muscle endurance as well as reduce muscle damage.
All physical activity, whether at work, sport, or leisure,
generates reactive oxygen species (ROSS), and the more intense
the activity, the greater the number of free radicals produced.

For years I have been telling my patients that I do not recommend
vigorous activity for more than forty-five minutes, because the
free radicals generated overwhelm our endogenous antioxidant
protective mechanisms, with resulting negative effects on our
overall health and fitness. Once again, moderation is the key.

ROSs have been shown to have damaging effects on muscle
performance and recovery. The mitochondria are important to
physical activity and are often referred to as the powerhouse of
the cell, providing as much as 95 percent of our body's energy,
primarily by the burning of muscle glycogen and fatty acids. A
portion of this energy produces highly reactive and damaging
ROSs, which in turn cause damage to the cell membrane and DNA. In
addition, ROSs, activate the inflammatory response whereby
monocytes migrate into the muscle tissue, causing additional cell
damage. The resulting symptoms of muscle damage are tiredness and
soreness. These symptoms can be brought on by any physical
activity from a strenuous sport to daily household chores and at
any stage in our lives, but the effects are more pronounced as we
age. Astaxanthin has demonstrated three important physical
benefits in clinical trials and supporting studies:

Increased endurance
Reduced muscle damage
Improved lipid metabolism (fat burning)

One of several human clinical trials demonstrating astaxanthin's
ability to improve endurance was performed in 1998 by a Swedish
team of researchers. They conducted a randomized, double-blind,
placebo-controlled study in which healthy male students were
separated into an astaxanthin supplementation group and a placebo
group. Each group was measured for endurance by performing squats
with a 97-pound barbell at the start of the study and after three
and six months. After six months, the subjects taking astaxanthin
performed significantly more squats than the subjects taking the
placebo, an increase of 56 percent.

One study demonstrating the protective effect of astaxanthin
against muscle damage was performed in Japan in an animal model.
Analysis of the muscles was performed in both the astaxanthin and
the placebo groups following intense physical activity. The
astaxanthin group showed significantly lower peroxidation damage.
Other biochemical markers for oxidative damage and inflammation,
such as DNA, creatine kinase (also known as creatine
phosphokinase), and myeloperoxidase activity, were also
significantly reduced in the astaxanthin-treated exercise group.

These effects indicate that astaxanthin has a role in helping to
protect muscle cell components and downregulating the
inflammatory process.

Finally, a study was recently performed demonstrating that the
astaxanthin-supplemented group had increased lipid metabolism
rather than carbohydrate metabolism as the main source of energy
during strenuous activity. This is a dream come true - burning
fat instead of carbs! These methods of action are similar to the
omega-3s aiding in the burning of fats and the partitioning of
energy away from fat storage as described on page 79. I recommend
that you take omega-3s along with your astaxanthin supplements
for this synergistic action. In addition, analysis of the
mitochondrial lipid transport enzyme known as carnitine
palmitoyltransferase 1 (CPT1) revealed increased fat transferred
into the mitochondria to be utilized more efficiently for energy
and reduced oxidative damage in the presence of astaxanthin. This
process not only has the effect of sustaining the energy output
of muscle cells but also has a potential for the improvement of
body composition and fat placement.

You do not need to be a world-class athlete to benefit from the
effect of astaxanthin on muscle endurance. We can all use a bit
more stamina, regardless of age or vocation. Remember: as we age,
we gradually lose muscle mass, which weakens our bodies and makes
us more prone to falls and injuries as well as age-related
illnesses exacerbated by inactivity. Keeping your muscles strong
and healthy will sustain the quality of your life.

Summary: Astaxanthin

Astaxanthin is a natural antioxidant with exceptional capacity
that far exceeds that of most other antioxidant compounds. It has
been shown to have nutritional and antiaging benefits that best
fit the needs of the active and vital lifestyle of both the young
and the aging.
When considering supplementation with astaxanthin, it is
important to put your trust in a material that is not only
supported by research but also produced in state-of-the-art
facilities with the highest standards of product purity. This is
why I recommend and support the one source of astaxanthin that
fits both of these criteria: the AstaREAL brand astaxanthin
produced by Fuji Chemical Industry Company in fully enclosed
systems in Hawaii and Sweden. Fuji has also sponsored more than
forty clinical studies to establish the health benefits of
astaxanthin as well as more than thirty safety studies to provide
its reliability. AstaREAL is also the brand of astaxanthin that
attained GRAS (generally recognized as safe) status in January
2010 following an FDA review of Fuji's GRAS application. GRAS
status also allows AstaREAL astaxanthin to be used as an
ingredient in food and beverages.

For healthy bones we need to make sure we get enough calcium each
and every day in many forms - whole milk, suppliments and etc.
People tend to forget that our bones are always growing or re-
making themselves, hence the intake of calcium is vital for
strong healthy bones. I cannot give enough emphasis to making
sure you take in a good amount of calcium each day. Magnesium is
important for calcium benefits. Now you can obtain
Calcium/Magnesium plus D3 in suppliment form. The ratio of
Calcium to Magnesium is important - so the suppliments I've
mentioned have it correct, and now some have the added important

For muscles.....exercise - walking, swimming, bike riding (keep
the gears so your legs have to work hard). Park your car at the
far end of the parking lot when shopping in Malls, hence you must
walk. At times when walking spring up on your toes and flex the
muscles in your legs. Stretching exercises, you know like the
cats do, as old "health and strength" guy Charles Atlas used to
say, is important also. Atlas used "dynamic tention" - pushing
one muscle against another or pulling muscles i.e. lock hands in
front of your chest and try pulling each arm against the other;
lock hands in the small of your back and trying pulling apart
each arms. You'll get the idea. All kinds you can make up -
dynamic tention were the words Charles Atlas called it - no
weights need.

I'm 70 come September 11 - 2012 and ride my horse like I'm 40. I
amaze people when at the swimming pool, for I swim fast like I'm
40, so also with my bike riding. Eating healthy and taking
suppliments and exercise is what I've done all my life, and I'm a
living witness it is the key to growing younger as you grow
older. So it has been with my Dad also.....he's 92 in August
2012, though a minor stroke last December has slowed him down
some, he's still pretty darn good for coming 92.

Keith Hunt

Monday, March 5, 2012

Coal Miner's Daughter - the movie

Ah I remember watching this movie way way back......long time ago, but had to buy it again on DVD when I saw it this last week in a store I was in.

It's the wonderful true story of the one time first lady of country - Loretta Lynn.

It's a great love story, a great family story, a great lady of country, who came on the scene from the believing and hard work of her husband. She became very close friends with the then lady of country Pasty Cline. Then Pasty was tragically killed in an plane crash. Loretta Lynn took her place as country's number one lady.

Loretta is played by Sissy Spacek, chosen directly by Loretta. Sissy was taken and taught how to sing like Loretta by Loretta.....yes Sissy does all the singing in the movie, and a gal by the name of Beverly D'Angelo does the singing as Patsy Cline. Tommy Lee Jones is superb as Loretta's husband.

Loretta was indeed a coal miner's daughter, married young, had many children, and a fast rise to stardom after Patsy Cline was killed in that plane crash.

If you've never seen this movie, then put it on your list, rent it, buy it, whatever but you and your family will enjoy COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, yes indeed.

Steve Jobs - And One More Thing!


From the book "Steve Jobs" by Isaacson

The saga of Steve Jobs is the Silicon Valley creation myth writ
large: launching a startup in his parents' garage and building it
into the world's most valuable company. He didn't invent many
things outright, but he was a master at putting together ideas,
art, and technology in ways that invented the future. He designed
the Mac after appreciating the power of graphical interfaces in a
way that Xerox was unable to do, and he created the iPod after
grasping the joy of having a thousand songs in your pocket in a
way that Sony, which had all the assets and heritage, never could
accomplish. Some leaders push innovations by being good at the
big picture. Others do so by mastering details. Jobs did both,
relentlessly. As a result he launched a series of products over
three decades that transformed whole industries:

* The Apple II, which took Wozniak's circuit board and turned it
into the first personal computer that was not just for hobbyists.
* The Macintosh, which begat the home computer revolution and
popularized graphical user interfaces.
* Toy Story and other Pixar blockbusters, which opened up the
miracle of digital imagination.
* Apple stores, which reinvented the role of a store in defining
a brand.
* The iPod, which changed the way we consume music.
* The iTunes Store, which saved the music industry.
* The iPhone, which turned mobile phones into music, photography,
video, email, and web devices.
* The App Store, which spawned a new content-creation industry.
* The iPad, which launched tablet computing and offered a
platform for digital newspapers, magazines, books, and videos.
* iCloud, which demoted the computer from its central role in
managing our content and let all of our devices sync seamlessly.

* And Apple itself, which Jobs considered his greatest creation,
a place where imagination was nurtured, applied, and executed in
ways so creative that it became the most valuable company on

Was he smart? No, not exceptionally. Instead, he was a genius.
His imaginative leaps were instinctive, unexpected, and at times
magical. He was, indeed, an example of what the mathematician
Mark Kac called a magician genius, someone whose insights come
out of the blue and require intuition more than mere mental
processing power. Like a pathfinder, he could absorb information,
sniff the winds, and sense what lay ahead.

Steve jobs thus became the greatest business executive of our
era, the one most certain to be remembered a century from now.
History will place him in the pantheon right next to Edison and
Ford. More than anyone else of his time, he made products that
were completely innovative, combining the power of poetry and
processors. With a ferocity that could make working with him as
unsettling as it was inspiring, he also built the world's most
creative company. And he was able to infuse into its DNA the
design sensibilities, perfectionism, and imagination that make it
likely to be, even decades from now, the company that thrives
best at the intersection of artistry and technology.

And One More Thing...

Biographers are supposed to have the last word. But this is a
biography of Steve Jobs. Even though he did not impose his
legendary desire for control on this project, I suspect that I
would not be conveying the right feel for him - the way he
asserted himself in any situation - if I just shuffled him onto
history's stage without letting him have some last words.
Over the course of our conversations, there were many times when
he reflected on what he hoped his legacy would be. Here are those
thoughts, in his own words:

My passion has been to build an enduring company where people
were motivated to make great products. Everything else was
secondary. Sure, it was great to make a profit, because that was
what allowed you to make great products. But the products, not
the profits, were the motivation. Sculley flipped these
priorities to where the goal was to make money. It's a subtle
difference, but it ends up meaning everything: the people you
hire, who gets promoted, what you discuss in meetings.
Some people say, "Give the customers what they want." But that's
not my approach. Our job is to figure out what they're going to
want before they do. I think Henry Ford once said, "If I'd asked
customers what they wanted, they would have told me, 'A faster
horse!'" People don't know what they want until you show it to
them. That's why I never rely on market research. Our task is to
read things that are not yet on the page.
Edwin Land of Polaroid talked about the intersection of the
humanities and science. I like that intersection. There's
something magical about that place. There are a lot of people
innovating, and that's not the main distinction of my career. The
reason Apple resonates with people is that there's a deep current
of humanity in our innovation. I think great artists and great
engineers are similar, in that they both have a desire to express
themselves. In fact some of the best people working on the
original Mac were poets and musicians on the side. In the
seventies computers became a way for people to express their
creativity. Great artists like Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo
were also great at science. Michelangelo knew a lot about how to
quarry stone, not just how to be a sculptor.
People pay us to integrate things for them, because they don't
have the time to think about this stuff 24/7. If you have an
extreme passion for producing great products, it pushes you to be
integrated, to connect your hardware and your software and
content management. You want to break new ground, so you have to
do it yourself. If you want to allow your products to be open to
other hardware or software, you have to give up some of your
At different times in the past, there were companies that
exemplified Silicon Valley. It was Hewlett-Packard for a long
time. Then, in the semiconductor era, it was Fairchild and Intel.
I think that it was Apple for a while, and then that faded. And
then today, I think it's Apple and Google - and a little more so
Apple. I think Apple has stood the test of time. It's been around
for a while, but it's still at the cutting edge of what's going
It's easy to throw stones at Microsoft. They've clearly fallen
from their dominance. They've become mostly irrelevant. And yet I
appreciate what they did and how hard it was. They were very good
at the business side of things. They were never as ambitious
product-wise as they should have been. Bill likes to portray
himself as a man of the product, but he's really not. He's a
businessperson. Winning business was more important than making
great products. He ended up the wealthiest guy around, and if
that was his goal, then he achieved it. But it's never been my
goal, and I wonder, in the end, if it was his goal. I admire him
for the company he built - it's impressive - and I enjoyed
working with him. He's bright and actually has a good sense of
humor. But Microsoft never had the humanities and liberal arts in
its DNA. Even when they saw the Mac, they couldn't copy it well.
They totally didn't get it.
I have my own theory about why decline happens at companies like
IBM or Microsoft. The company does a great job, innovates and
becomes a monopoly or close to it in some field, and then the
quality of the product becomes less important. The company starts
valuing the great salesmen, because they're the ones who can move
the needle on revenues, not the product engineers and designers.
So the salespeople end up running the company. John Akers at IBM
was a smart, eloquent, fantastic salesperson, but he didn't know
anything about product. The same thing happened at Xerox. When
the sales guys run the company, the product guys don't matter so
much, and a lot of them just turn off. It happened at Apple when
Sculley came in, which was my fault, and it happened when Ballmer
took over at Microsoft. Apple was lucky and it rebounded, but I
don't think anything will change at Microsoft as long as Ballmer
is running it.
I hate it when people call themselves "entrepreneurs" when what
they're really trying to do is launch a startup and then sell or
go public, so they can cash in and move on. They're unwilling to
do the work it takes to build a real company, which is the
hardest work in business. That's how you really make a
contribution and add to the legacy of those who went before. You
build a company that will still stand for something a generation
or two from now. That's what Walt Disney did, and Hewlett and
Packard, and the people who built Intel. They created a company
to last, not just to make money. That's what I want Apple to be.
I don't think I run roughshod over people, but if something
sucks, I tell people to their face. It's my job to be honest. I
know what I'm talking about, and I usually turn out to be right.
That's the culture I tried to create. We are brutally honest with
each other, and anyone can tell me they think I am full of shit
and I can tell them the same. And we've had some rip-roaring
arguments, where we are yelling at each other, and it's some of
the best times I've ever had. I feel totally comfortable saying
"Ron, that store looks like shit" in front of everyone else. Or I
might say "God, we really f... up the engineering on this" in
front of the person that's responsible. That's the ante for being
in the room: You've got to be able to be super honest. Maybe
there's a better way, a gentlemen's club where we all wear ties
and speak in this Brahmin language and velvet code-words, but I
don't know that way, because I am middle class from California.
I was hard on people sometimes, probably harder than I needed to
be. I remember the time when Reed was six years old, coming home,
and I had just fired somebody that day, and I imagined what it
was like for that person to tell his family and his young son
that he had lost his job. It was hard. But somebody's got to do
it. I figured that it was always my job to make sure that the
team was excellent, and if I didn't do it, nobody was going to do
You always have to keep pushing to innovate. Dylan could have
sung protest songs forever and probably made a lot of money, but
he didn't. He had to move on, and when he did, by going electric
in 1965, he alienated a lot of people. His 1966 Europe tour was
his greatest. He would come on and do a set of acoustic guitar,
and the audiences loved him. Then he brought out what became The
Band, and they would all do an electric set, and the audience
sometimes booed. There was one point where he was about to sing
"Like a Rolling Stone" and someone from the audience yells
"Judas!" And Dylan then says, "Play it f... loud!" And they did.
The Beatles were the same way. They kept evolving, moving,
refining their art. That's what I've always tried to do - keep
moving. Otherwise, as Dylan says, if you're not busy being born,
you're busy dying.
What drove me? I think most creative people want to express
appreciation for being able to take advantage of the work that's
been done by others before us. I didn't invent the language or
mathematics I use. I make little of my own food, none of my own
clothes. Everything I do depends on other members of our species
and the shoulders that we stand on. And a lot of us want to
contribute something back to our species and to add something to
the flow. It's about trying to express something in the only way
that most of us know how - because we can't write Bob Dylan songs
or Tom Stoppard plays. We try to use the talents we do have to
express our deep feelings, to show our appreciation of all the
contributions that came before us, and to add something to that
flow. That's what has driven me.


One sunny afternoon, when he wasn't feeling well, Jobs sat in the
garden behind his house and reflected on death. He talked about
his experiences in India almost four decades earlier, his study
of Buddhism, and his views on reincarnation and spiritual
"I'm about fifty-fifty on believing in God," he said. "For most
of my life, I've felt that there must be more to our existence
than meets the eye."
He admitted that, as he faced death, he might be overestimating
the odds out of a desire to believe in an afterlife. "I like to
think that something survives after you die," he said. "It's
strange to think that you accumulate all this experience, and
maybe a little wisdom, and it just goes away. So I really want to
believe that something survives, that maybe your consciousness
He fell silent for a very long time. "But on the other hand,
perhaps it's like an on-off switch," he said. "Click! And you're
Then he paused again and smiled slightly. "Maybe that's why I
never liked to put on-off switches on Apple devices."

Steve Jobs was a man of many good and bad character traits - often obnoxious, bad tempered, fits of rage, someone I personally would not have liked or gotten along with. He seemed to have mellowed some as he got older and became a family man. He was indeed a genius visionary, and had a uncanny knowledge of the people he needed to push forth his masterpieces of the items we now take for granted as part of our lives.
He was a man that sort for the meaning of life, but sort for it in the wrong places, that would not give him the peace of mind, he often wanted. He was a rebel of sorts from the 'hippy" age that led so many of them into Eastern religions....and some pretty weird physical ways of living - unbalanced ways, that often will bring physical destruction in one form or another to those who continue in them for some decades. He was a man who trying to figure out his physical life from this way and that way, could not see that wrong kinds of emotions, done far to often, bring poison to your body. I do believe it was the culmination of all these wrong ways of physical living that brought cancer upon him, yet it is true that some come down with cancer relatively young, who never lived the odd and at times wild living that Jobs lived. But certainly his odd and bad emotional and physical living would not have done his body or health any good.

Steve Jobs never sort for the answers to live from the Bible. If he had he would have found them. He died not sure what was at the end of physical life.

Steve Jobs like millions before was never called to salvation through Christ Jesus in his physical life time. He like millions before him will one day to raised again to physical life in the Great White Throne Judgment - Revelation 20. He and the others will have the Bible opened to them, and the tree of life will be there for them to take hold of, and they will have a chance to live in the pathway of the Lord, to find the answer to why they were created. Most of them will come to acknowledge Jesus is Savior, accept Him as their personal Savior, repent of their sins, be baptized, and live according to the word of God. Most in that day and age, will become the children of God, and will enter into the Kingdom of God.

I look forward to see you Steve Jobs in that Great White Throne Judgment, to see you find the answer as to why you were born, to see your nature change through the power of the Holy Spirit, into a humble, repentant, loving, and self-controlled man, that everyone can be friends with.

Keith Hunt