December 3, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 4. Test the spirits. There is the spirit of God, and then there are many spirits of the Antichrist. Remember: “greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.” We know God through love and we see God through love, “We love him, because he first loved us.”

Proverbs 24 completes the sayings of the wise, and begins some more sayings of the wise. The two last verses are notable: “Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep:  So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth; and thy want as an armed man.

Psalm 137. When the Jews were exiled into captivity they were forced to sing songs on their way. So somebody wrote a psalm about it. Compare that to when Paul and Silas were put in jail, they voluntarily sang songs of praise to God.

Psalm 138. David, as psalmist reminds us that God will honor His word and perform it to completion.

Psalm 139, of David. God knows everything, and He knows me much better than I know myself. Fittingly, the Psalm ends up with a song: “Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.

Psalm 140, of David. A heartfelt prayer for deliverance from evildoers.

December 2, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 3:11-24. We are children of God, or as the King James bible calls it “Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God:” As children of God we do not sin,but it is important we love and show the outworking of love, for in it is the spirit of truth.

Jonah. The short but great story of Jonah, the famous solar eclipse of 763 B.C. the great solar eclipse of 2017, the coming eclipse of 2024 and the tearing down of statues.

Psalm 136 is called the Great Hallel (or Great Psalm of Praise). Each one of its 26 verses repeats the phrase, “His mercy endureth forever.”  It was sung responsively by the Levites and the assembly of people at both Solomon’s and Zerubbabel’s temple dedication and is now sometimes sung or recited at the Passover Seder.

December 1, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 3:1-10. We are children of God, or as the King James bible calls it “Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God:” As children of God we do not continue to sin, for if we do we do not have the spirit of God in us.

Proverbs 23, Sayings of the Wise. Do not be a glutton, do not desire riches, do not be a moocher, do not argue with a fool, do not change ancient landmarks, do not withhold correction from a child, do not envy sinners because they are having fun, do not drink wine to excess, do not despise your mother when she is old, honor your father and mother, keep away from harlots, stay sober and do not succumb to alcohol.

Psalm 134 is the last of the songs of ascents. 3 verses short and to the point. Bless the Lord and He will bless you from Zion.

Psalm 135 is a Psalm of praise and thanksgiving to the uniqueness and superiority of the LORD, His name and all that He has done! Compare that to the worthless idols!

With the arrival of the new Omicron variant, are vaccines contributing to the spread of COVID-19?

November 3, 2021, San Diego, County Board of Supervisors meeting. Dr Scot Youngblood MD.

7:32 video of a doctor decimating the vaccine narrative at the San Diego county board of supervisors meeting. Worth the watch and forward to all.

This talk was given before the arrival of the Covid-19 Omicron variant. An ominous warning is coming from the Isle of Man Chief Minister Alf Cannan: “The greatest concern is that the virus has mutated to such an extent that our immune systems, trained by the vaccine, no longer recognize the virus and no longer trigger an immune response. This sort of variant is called an immune escape variant. Early evidence suggests there may be a higher infection risk with Omicron.”

If that is true, who should then get the vaccine, and should we push the booster shot?

Here is another ominous chart from Israel, having a very high vaccination rate among Jews, mostly with the Pfizer vaccine. The younger Arab population has only half the vaccination rate, and logically they have twice the COVID case rate. Israel was the earliest to vaccinate, and in August was ready to do booster shots. The results: More vaccination deaths.

The results were so alarming that they nearly stopped the booster shots, awaiting further evaluation

Looking at death risk versus age, it seems logical that older people benefit from the vaccine. This chart is from 2020, without any vaccines available.

But no we know so much more. The VAERS data, while abundant is not readily available, but U.K. and Scotland publicize the results, and it is abundantly clear that what we have here is vaccines that are failing. While they reduce the symptoms for a fully vaccinated person the vaccine do not immunize but instead acts as a potential mutation agent for the infected person, and thus once in a while a new variant is born.

The problem is that the vaccines are too specific, and allow mutations to escape, much like specific antibiotics, while very effective in the beginning, once in a while a resistant mutation develops, rendering the antibiotic useless. We need to go back to the drawing board and develop more broadband vaccines. The mRNA method of combating diseases has a bright future, not as a vaccine, but to fight cancer. The field is wide open, and the technology is well advanced.

Meanwhile we should go back and fight COVID-19 the old fashioned way, with proven medications suggested here. In the meantime, if you are fully vaccinated and over 45, it is o.k. to take the booster vaccine. It will increase the individual protection, but the transmission risk remains.

The Trans-Rocky-Mountain Aqueduct will save Lake Powell and Lake Mead, and rejuvenate the American South-west.

The American Southwest has always been subject to drought cycles, some worse than the one that is now devastating the area. Below is a very interesting presentation from ASU about a previous civilization in the Phoenix area, thriving and then gone. https://www.youtube.com/embed/II4Wb8SVxCE?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent Arizona State University presentation

Will it happen again?

The problem:

  1. Lake Powell and Lake Mead will be emptied in less than 10 years with the current usage pattern. Then what?
  2. The hydroelectric power from Lake Mead (and Lake Powell) is diminishing as the lakes are emptied.
  3. the aquifers are drawn down everywhere in the Southwest, but also the Ogallala Aquifer in Colorado and Kansas, and are at risk of being exhausted.
  4. The Colorado River water is too salty for good irrigation .
  5. The Colorado river no longer reaches the Gulf of California. Fishing and shrimp harvesting around the Colorado River Delta is no more.
  6. 40 million people depend on the Colorado River for drinking water. The population is still rising rapidly in the West. Will they have water in the future? Think 20 million future population growth in the next 40 years, people want to move there even with the current water problems.

The solution:

Build a Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct from the Mississippi River to the San Juan River. In the first 391 miles the aqueduct joins the McClellan–Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System by adding the capability of pumping 7,500 cfs of water through 16 dams that service the locks. This will lead to reversing the flow of water during low flow. This also facilitates the navigation channel to be deepened from 9 feet to 12 feet to service fully loaded barges, a step authorized but not funded by Congress. The Arkansas river will then be capable of transporting 8 million acre-ft of water yearly through Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico, supplying water from the Colorado river to Lake Powell. All that is needed to do in this stage is provide the dams and locks with a number of pumps and pump/generators to accommodate this, at a cost of less than 2 billion dollars. The next phase is pumping up water in the Arkansas river for 185 miles. To accommodate this there will be 17 small control dams built that are closed when normal pumping occurs and open during flood conditions. The cost for this segment, including pumps will be less than 3 billion dollars. The third segment is a 465 mile aqueduct to cross the Rocky Mountains much like the Central Arizona project but this aqueduct will carry three times more water 1.27 times the distance and raise the water four times higher. The original Central Arizona Project cost $4.7 billion in 1980’s money, the aqueduct part of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct will cost around $50 Billion in 2021 money applying simple scaling up principles.

Power requirements for the 3 stages are 310 MW for the canal stage, 600MW for the river stage and 6.2 GW for the aqueduct stage. The aqueduct stage can be controlled by the power companies to shut off the pumps and provide 6.4 GW of virtual peak power for up to 5 hours a day on average, and each leg can be controlled individually since they are separated by large dams. There will be 64 one hundred MegaWatt LFTR (Liquid Fluoride salt Thorium Rector) power stations strategically stationed along the waterway providing pumping of water for 19 hours and providing virtual hydro-power output for on average 5 hours. There will also be 910 MW of power needed that is controlled by the river authorities.

The building cost of providing LFTR power should be around $2.50 per Watt of installed energy if a plant is built to manufacture via an assembly line a standardized version of 100 MW LFTR reactor core vessels assemblies capable of being transported on truck to the installation point. The total power cost should then be 16 billion dollars to build, and 5 cents per kWh or about 2.5 billion dollars a year to provide power.

The Mississippi River has a bad reputation for having polluted water, but since the clean water act the water quality has improved drastically. Fecal coli-form bacteria is down by a factor of more than 100, the water is now used all the way down to New Orleans for drinking water after treatment. The lead levels are down by a factor of 1000 or more since 1979. Plastic pollution and pharmaceutical pollution is still a problem, as is the case with most rivers. The Ph is back to around 8 and salt content is negligible. Mississippi water is good for irrigation, and usable for drinking water after treatment. The Arkansas River water quality is pretty good, good enough in Kaw Lake to be used for municipal water supply. Nitrates and phosphates are lower than in most Eastern rivers, Ph is around 8 and coli-bacteria low.

Most hydroelectric pumped storage was installed in the 70’s. Now natural gas plants provide most of the peak power. This aqueduct will add 6.4 GW to the U.S. pumped peak storage if virtual peak storage is included. By being pumped from surplus wind and solar energy as well as nuclear energy it is true “Green power”. Some people like that.

What follows is a description of each leg of the aqueduct. Legs 3, 4, 5 and 6 ends in a dam, which holds enough water to make each leg free to operate to best use of available electricity and provide peak power on demand.

Leg 1 of The Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From the Mississippi river to Webbers Falls lock and dam, a distance of 366 miles

Leg 2 of The Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From Webbers Falls to Keystone Dam, a distance of about 75 miles that is river and 25 miles, which is canal.

Leg 3 of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From Keystone Dam to Kaw Dam.The Keystone Lake is 38 miles long and the river part is about 110 miles.

Leg 4 of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From Kaw Lake to John Martin Reservoir, a distance of about 200 miles.

Leg 5 of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From John Martin Reservoir to Trinidad Lake, a distance of about 120 miles.

Leg 6 of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From Trinidad Lake to Abiquiu Reservoir, a distance of 90 miles.

Leg 7 of the Trans-Rocky-Mountain aqueduct. From the Abiquiu Reservoir to the San Juan River, a distance of 55 miles.

November 30, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 2:18-29. The Apostle John explained there will come a last hour’s deception, so let the truth abide in You. Remember you are children of God.

Obadiah is a prophecy on the coming judgment on Edom, the descendants of Esau, Jacob’s brother. Edom mistreated his brother and this will lead to Israel’s final triumph.

Psalm 131. This is the shortest of the songs of ascents, only 3 verses. David showed his contentment in hoping in the Lord.

Psalm 132. This is the longest of the song of ascents, 18 verses. Remember God’s promise to David, to Israel and to the future Messiah.

Psalm 133, a Song of Ascents, of David. This Psalm too has only three verses, and the point of it is that it is good to dwell in unity.

November 29, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 2:1-17. The Apostle John explained how you can test if you know Him, warned of sin and was concerned for their spiritual state.

Proverbs 22, Proverbs of Solomon. This is a great chapter of wise advice, how to handle riches, and if not – how to come to poverty, how to raise children properly and how not to be a sluggard. It also contains some sayings of the wise.

Psalm 127, a Song of Ascents. This Psalm is written by Solomon, and tells that God is the real builder of houses, cities and families.

Psalm 128, a Song of Ascents. It states that the fear of the Lord gives blessings to families, it will go well with them, and they get to live to see their grandchildren.

Psalm 129, a Song of Ascents. In spite of many afflictions, Israel prevails thanks to the blessing of the Lord.

Psalm 130, a Song of Ascents. “Out of the depths” God helps and forgives. Wait for the Lord in hope, and He will redeem Israel.

November 28, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

1 John 1. From the Beginning, what was heard, seen and touched we proclaim, that is the Word of Life. How can we have fellowship with God and with one Another? The Word of God through the Apostle John tells us how.

Amos 6. The prophet issued woe to Zion and woe to Samaria. God abhorred the pride of Jacob.

Amos 7. The prophet had a vision of the Locusts, a vision of fire and a vision of the plumb Line. Amaziah told Amos not to prophesy bad things, but that is why Amos, a poor shepherd, was called.

Amos 8. The prophet had a vision of the summer fruit. That seemed good at first, but it signaled the beginning of the destruction of Israel.

Amos 9. The final chapter of Amos is depicting the destruction of Israel and the promise that Israel will be restored.

Botswana and the new Covid-19 variant B.1.1529 (or Omicron variant.)

There is a new COVID variant, the Omicron. The stock markets around the world show they are worried, Crude oil futures dipped 13% in one day, fear spread through the media, and the message is as always: Get vaccinated, get the booster shot if you are eligible, but above all, trust us!

The news from Botswana is interesting to say the least. When testing passengers prior to departure they found that four future passengers tested positive for the Omicron variant.

Botswana is a large country but with only 2.4 million people. It is the fourth wealthiest country in Africa, and its health system is good, but only 20% of the population is fully vaccinated. Here is the kicker: All 4 of the infected were fully vaccinated!

This means that vaccinated people are potential “Typhoid Marys”, and while the vaccine protects them from the worst effects of Covid-19, they are just as dangerous as unvaccinated covid-19 patients, probably more so, since they can share a much higher viral dose before symptoms show .

In the summer of 2021 Botswana toyed with using Ivermectin, but decided against openly advocating it. They accepted its use as a prophylactic and early intervention drug, and the daily new cases and deaths dropped 97%. Then on Thanksgiving these bad news arrived.

President Biden reacted with historical speed. Starting Monday he will ban all travel from South Africa and Botswana, all predominantly racially black countries. He didn’t want to ruin the long Thanksgiving holiday, he must allow some time to let the virus enter U.S. before instituting the travel ban.

There are better alternatives. India, Indonesia and Japan are using Ivermectin to eradicate the virus, at great success. Can we do the same thing?

Yes we can! NIH has approved Ivermectin for controlled use, see document here.

CDC is really a vaccine producing agency, they control more than 20 patents, so they cannot profitably participate, even doing so would have saved and will save hundred of thousands of lives.

Here is the letter from Botswana.

November 27, read through the Holy Bible in a year.

2 Peter 3. We live in the last days. God’s promise is not slack. There is coming a Day of the Lord, so be steadfast.

Amos 3. The Prophet declared why the inescapable logic of God’s judgement on Israel is inevitable.

Amos 4. God proclaimed punishment of Israel’s sins, and yet Israel refused to take correction.

Amos 5. The prophet gave a lament for Israel and issued another call to repentance, but in vain. The Day of the LORD would still come.