Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ofsted Control

Ofsted are supposedly inspectors taking a snapshot evaluation of a school in order to assess it. But like anything else that is observed and measured, before long the observer and measurer runs the show. In order to help schools pass … Continue reading

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Boring Bath

A big van labelled “Drilcorp” is parked up near the Hot Springs at the Cross Bath. A big drill is drilling down. The road, Hot Bath Street, is closed for 6 weeks. On the side of the van is a … Continue reading

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The The

Words such as “thee”, “thine”, “thy”, “thou” are words I associate with the Bible. They are no longer in common use. But what do they mean? “Thee” is often translated as “you”, but that doesn’t seem quite right. I think … Continue reading

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12th December 2012

Earth Energy lines are always in harmony at the Equinoxes and the Solstices. Or are they? This year, I was expecting the equinox on 22nd September, but the last day of the energy lines being in harmony was 20th September. … Continue reading

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Blue Genes

Blue genes are Royal genes, the ones that produce blue babies, blue blood, cold blood. This is the same as the prized Nazi blood, and it is ‘O’ blood type in the ABO blood system. If you are an O … Continue reading

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Olympic Deaths

The symbol of the flaming torch has been around a lot this year. In particular, the Closing Ceremony of the Paralympics was filled with flame. The flame, or torch is used as a signature by the Illuminati on their murders. … Continue reading

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The Bath Waitrose Store

The Podium, in my home town of Bath, used to be a nice building with an airy atrium, some small independent shops on the ground floor, and some nice cafes on the first floor. This also created a nice inviting … Continue reading

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