8 Aug 2018 Eye of God Nebula returns and fishing on Mars (drawing)

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Numbers in the Words:

https://www.gematrix.org

Nebula = 55/10/1

Helix = 58/13/4/2/1

Hubble = 50/5 divided by 2 = 2.5 = 7 divided by 2 = 3.5 = 8/4/2/1

Mars = 51/6/3 cycle

Fishing = 72/9 cycle

Telescope = 100/1

Drink = 56/11/2/1

Cup = 40/4/2/1

Glass = 58/13/4/2/1

Goblet = 61/7 divided by 2 = 3.5 = 8/4/2/1

Coffee = 40/4/2/1

Tea = 26/8/4/2/1

Beer = 30/3 cycle

Wine = 51/6/3 cycle

Liquor = 92/11/2/1

Drunk = 68/14/5 divided by 2 = 2.5 = 7 divided by 2 = 3.5 = 8/4/2/1 (interesting starting number is last two of year I was born and I’ve had problems with alcohol!)

Alcohol = 66/12/3 cycle

Oil = 36/9 cycle

Can tell some things have got into my subconscious.  Lots of dreams lately.  This morning I woke up after a disturbing dream.  It was of seeing a man who had been shot, seeing flashing red lights and then  hearing a machine gun just firing over and over without ceasing.  It was like someone was trying to make sure whoever the shot man was would stay dead.  Kyle has been watching an anime that is pretty violent without me,  it may have crept into my dreams.

This was interesting to me.  I didn’t know about some of the things in this article and they are disturbing.  I recommend reading the entire article.

http://greennews.ie/opinion-oil-drilling-last-thing-people-cork-need/ – Barryroe oil drilling the last thing the people of Cork need

Excerpt of information I didn’t know about the damage seismic exploration for offshore drilling does to marine life:

Do the benefits outweigh the risks? Concerns have been raised surrounding the impact of offshore drilling on the fishing community. A spill could severely damage fishing stocks, an industry which provides strong employment and profit to Ireland.

Even seismic exploration, carried out before drilling, is hugely damaging. Seismic exploration can cause disorientation and internal bleeding in whales, dolphins and porpoises for distances of up to 100 miles.

More significant than this is new evidence from leading science journal Nature that shows a single exploratory blast kills 100 per cent of zooplankton larvae and 64 per cent of adult krill within at least 0.7 miles. These organisms are the basis of the marine food chain and without them there are no fish to catch.

In addition to this, however damaging drilling may be to the marine environment, oil spills are even worse. Excavating oil wells releases toxic chemicals such benzene, arsenic, radioactive pollutants, and metals such as mercury and lead that can accumulate in our seafood supply.

The Irish seafood Industry provides 11,000 jobs and the tourism industry employs 220,000 people, so let’s not forget what is at stake here. After the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the Gulf coastal tourism industry lost about $22.7 billion, and the area’s commercial fishing industry lost $247 million.

 

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