Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Photo of Chem-trail spraying over Huntington, WV reveals unsual object in the sky

Chem-trail spraying over Huntington, West Virginia  Copyright 2013 M.R.

by Madison Reed

I took these photos of Chem-trailing over Huntington, West Virginia, on January 8th, 2013.

In the photo at the bottom, to the East, the Sun was so bright I couldn't see much of anything, but I went ahead and aimed the camera toward the Sun and took the photo, hoping that my camera would reveal a good photo.  The time was about 10:00 am.
Chem-trail spraying over Huntington, West Virginia Copyright 2013 M.R.

To my surprise, my photo revealed something else - a mysterious object that looks like a small Sun in the lower left hand corner of the picture below.  You can also see a rainbowed halo that appears to be connected to and encircling the object. 

Could this be the other planetary body being discussed, in our solar system?
What is the smaller, haloed, bright object in the photo's left?  Copyright 2013 M.R.
Are there any experts who can take a look at my photo,  to rule out a reflection?


Sunday, January 13, 2013

Revealing the supreme intelligence of the Universe - The family Phallaceae of the Fungi Kingdom

Basket fungus, I. cibarium

by Madison Reed

Conspicuous sacred geometry displayed by the "Basket" Fungus (Family: Phallaceae), native to New Zealand, reveals the Fungi Kingdom's shared connection to our supremely intelligent Universe, and our common fundamental level language encoding.

Why do you suppose this organism grows into a hollow pentagonal-hexagonal lattice sphere-shape (C-28 Fullerine shape)?
"Red Basket" fungus, Clathrus ruber

Considering that Nature itself faithfully manifests the authorship of the supreme universal intelligence, then couldn't we assume that this Basket Fungus organism is deliberately sending out some kind of message to all eyes whose creatures are genetically encoded to notice its geometric pattern, shape or color message against the background of the forest floor?

Video "Red Cage Fungus":


Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Guns and Gays Aren't America's Problem

 by Madison Reed

We're all human beings.  We have people we love, families, and our cultures that we naturally talk about in the workplace, because they're part of who we are.  Religion, politics and sexuality should be fine to discuss - even in the workplace.  They're also part of who we are as human beings.  None of those are the problem, similar to the way owning a gun isn't a problem.

Humans of the type who believe there's justification for hatred, violence, cruelty, discrimination, or any kind of abusive behavior against others; who talk differently, dress differently, love differently, understand God differently, are atheist, beautiful, fat, Vegan, "effeminate," Asian, poor, Russian, Pagan, Mormon, Shi'a, and on and on - those intolerant people who are offended by, want to harm, or cannot have a polite conversation with people who are different than they are, are the only problem.  And we need laws to protect society from these people.