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  The mysterious disappearance of the Eilean Mor lighthouse keepers.
Posted by: Wallfire - 12-07-2018, 08:29 PM - Forum: The Paranormal World - Replies (1)

This story is new to me, enjoy

Quote:On the 26th December 1900, a small ship was making its way to the Flannan Islands in the remote Outer Hebrides. Its destination was the lighthouse at Eilean Mor, a remote island which (apart from its lighthouse keepers) was completely uninhabited.

Although uninhabited, the island has always sparked people’s interest. It is named after St. Flannen, a 6th century Irish Bishop who later became a saint. He built a chapel on the island and for centuries shepherds used to bring over sheep to the island to graze but would never stay the night, fearful of the spirits believed to haunt that remote spot.
Captain James Harvey was in charge of the ship which was also carrying Jospeph Moore, a replacement lifehouse keeper. As the ship reached the landing platform, Captain Harvey was surprised not to see anyone waiting for their arrival. He blew his horn and sent up a warning flare to attract attention.
There was no response.
Joseph Moore then rowed ashore and ascended up the steep set of stairs that leaded up to the lighthouse. According to reports from Moore himself, the replacement lighthouse keeper suffered an overwhelming sense of foreboding on his long walk up to the top of the cliff.
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The island of Eilean Mor, with the lighthouse in the background. Attribution: Marc Calhoun under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.
Once at the lighthouse, Moore noticed something was immediately wrong; the door to the lighthouse was unlocked and in the entrance hall two of the three oil skinned coats were missing. Moore continued onto the kitchen area where he found half eaten food and an overturned chair, almost as if someone had jumped from their seat in a hurry. To add to this peculiar scene, the kitchen clock had also stopped.
Moore continued to search the rest of the lighthouse but found no sign of the lighthouse keepers. He ran back to the ship to inform Captain Harvey, who subsequently ordered a search of the islands for the missing men. No-one was found.
Harvey quickly sent back a telegram to the mainland, which in turn was forwarded to the Northern Lighthouse Board Headquarters in Edinburgh. The telegraph read:
A dreadful accident has happened at Flannans. The three Keepers, Ducat, Marshall and the occasional have disappeared from the island. On our arrival there this afternoon no sign of life was to be seen on the Island.
Fired a rocket but, as no response was made, managed to land Moore, who went up to the Station but found no Keepers there. The clocks were stopped and other signs indicated that the accident must have happened about a week ago. Poor fellows they must been blown over the cliffs or drowned trying to secure a crane or something like that.
Night coming on, we could not wait to make something as to their fate. 
I have left Moore, MacDonald, Buoymaster and two Seamen on the island to keep the light burning until you make other arrangements. Will not return to Oban until I hear from you. I have repeated this wire to Muirhead in case you are not at home. I will remain at the telegraph office tonight until it closes, if you wish to wire me.

A few days later, Robert Muirhead, the board’s supernatant who both recruited and knew all three men personally, departed for the island to investigate the disappearances.
His investigation of the lighthouse found nothing over and above what Moore had already reported. That is, except for the lighthouse’s log…
Muirhead immediately noticed that the last few days of entries were unusual. On the 12th December, Thomas Marshall, the second assistant, wrote of ‘severe winds the likes of which I have never seen before in twenty years’. He also noticed that James Ducat, the Principal Keeper, had been ‘very quiet’ and that the third assistant, William McArthur, had been crying.
What is strange about the final remark was that William McArthur was a seasoned mariner, and was known on the Scottish mainland as a tough brawler. Why would he be crying about a storm?
Log entries on the 13th December stated that the storm was still raging, and that all three men had been praying. But why would three experienced lighthouse keepers, safely situated on a brand new lighthouse that was 150 feet above sea level, be praying for a storm to stop? They should have been perfectly safe.
Even more peculiar is that there were no reported storms in the area on the 12th, 13th and 14th of December. In fact, the weather was calm, and the storms that were to batter the island didn’t hit until December 17th.
The final log entry was made on the 15th December. It simply read ‘Storm ended, sea calm. God is over all’. What was meant by ‘God is over all’?
After reading the logs, Muirhead’s attention turned to the remaining oil skinned coat that had been left in the entrance hall. Why, in the bitter cold winter, had one of the lighthouse keepers ventured out without his coat? Furthermore, why had all three lighthouse staff left their posts at the same time, when rules and regulations strictly prohibited it?
Further clues were found down by the landing platform. Here Muirhead noticed ropes strewn all over the rocks, ropes which were usually held in a brown crate 70 feet above the platform on a supply crane. Perhaps the crate had been dislodged and knocked down, and the lighthouse keepers were attempting to retrieve them when an unexpected wave came and washed them out to sea? This was the first and most likely theory, and as such Muirhead included it in his official report to the Northern Lighthouse Board.
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The landing platform at Eilean Mor
But this explanation left some people in the Northern Lighthouse Board unconvinced. For one, why had none of the bodies been washed ashore? Why had one of the men left the lighthouse without taking his coat, especially since this was December in the Outer Hebridies? Why had three experienced lighthouse keepers been taken unaware by a wave?
Although these were all good questions, the most pertinent and persistent question was around the weather conditions at the time; the seas should have been calm! They were sure of this as the lighthouse could be seen from the nearby Isle of Lewis, and any bad weather would have obscured it from view.
Over the following decades, subsequent lighthouse keepers at Eilean Mor have reported strange voices in the wind, calling out the names of the three dead men. Theories about their disappearance have ranged from foreign invaders capturing the men, all the way through to alien abductions! Whatever the reason for their disappearance, something (or someone) snatched those three men from the rock of Eilean Mor on that winter’s day over 100 years ago.
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The location of the Eilean Mor lighthouse

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  The Wait. [CHR2018]
Posted by: BIAD - 12-07-2018, 12:57 PM - Forum: Rogue's Writers Contests - No Replies

Carol singers at my door and 'It's A Wonderful Life' on the television.
Snow tapping the window and the room smelling of Christmas pine needles.

Somewhere out there, he's roaming the sky tonight and the children whisper prayers
of a visit. Naughty or nice, who decides?

Have a good one.

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  It Took A Year, But Now He's Convicted. Melbourne.
Posted by: BIAD - 12-07-2018, 12:39 PM - Forum: Australia - Replies (1)

You know, if we don't wake up soon to what is really happening, there'll be a scramble for prayer rugs.

A year on from another 'mental-health' situation and they finally faces Noori to life imprisonment.
Since they're not saying he'll be spending the rest of his life in  mental institution, one may suspect
he's healed from his malady.

Quote:Melbourne car attack: Saeed Noori pleads guilty to murder over Christmas attack.

The 33-year-old faces a life sentence for carrying out last year's attack in Melbourne that left an
83-year-old man dead.

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'A man who deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers on a city street in Australia has
pleaded guilty to murder. Saeed Noori injured 17 people when he rammed his mother's vehicle
into pedestrians on 21 December last year in Melbourne.
One of the casualties, 83-year-old Antonios Crocaris, died in hospital eight days later.

The 33-year-old, who is now an Australian citizen after arriving in the country as a refugee from
Afghanistan in 2004, faces a life sentence after entering his guilty plea at Victoria state supreme

He also admitted to 11 counts of recklessly causing serious injury and five counts of conduct
endangering life, which carry maximum sentences of 15 and 10 years respectively.

At an earlier hearing, it was revealed Noori had accessed images and video of violent events
in Europe and the US, including terror attacks. However, he was not charged with terror offences.

His lawyers previously told the court that Noori suffers from mental health problems and it was
likely he had not eaten or slept for days before the attack.
He will be sentenced in February.

It was the second time a car had been driven into pedestrians in Melbourne in 2017.
In January, six people were killed and more than 30 were injured by a vehicle driven up a busy
shopping area.

A supreme court jury last month convicted James Gargasoulas on 33 charges, including six counts
of murder. Gargasoulas will be sentenced in January. That incident was also not judged to be a
terror attack...'

Deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers, he's from Afghanistan and been perusing
images and video of violent events in Europe and the US, including terror attacks... probably just
another coincidence.

London bridge for sale, anyone?

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  O Christmas Tree [CHR2018]
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 12-07-2018, 02:38 AM - Forum: Rogue's Writers Contests - Replies (1)

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree,
Oh how I do long for thee.
Since the cat chose you for a play thing,
No longer can you make my heart sing.
All I have now is a precious mem-ory,
Of a beautifully-decorated Christmas tree.


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  Happy Birthday BIAD!
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 12-06-2018, 04:39 PM - Forum: Bar, Grill and Grotto - Replies (5)

To a person (or...umm...something) who I admire and respect as a great friend, I wish you the best birthday of all so far. May your day be filled with love, family, friends, music, merriment, and lots of chocolate!   smallwink 
Drinks are on Gordi, so order up and let the party begin!   hugedancingbaby

From my unicorn family and me, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!     tinybiggrin

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Here is the chocolate cake I promised. Tell BIAD not to eat it all in one bite. tinybiggrin 

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Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 12-06-2018, 03:10 PM - Forum: Breaking News - Replies (3)

Here we go Folks!  The first DOJ indictments unsealed, and they are tied to the Clinton Foundation and John Podesta. tinybiggrin 

When the DOJ scheduled George's funeral for the same day when Huber was suppose to reveal his report findings, Q posted, "Allow us to counter".  Looks like this is a pretty good "counter" to me. minusculethumbsup 

Quote:WASHINGTON, DC – As reported by Courthouse News Service, Federal prosecutors announced charges this Tuesday against four men connected to the law firm “Mossack Fonseca”, which has extensive ties with the Clinton Foundation.

The charges, which include Conspiracy to Defraud the United States,  Conspiracy to Commit Wire Fraud, Conspiracy to Commit Tax Evasion, Wire Fraud, and Money Laundering Conspiracy, come merely three years after the leak of the Panama Papers by the ICIJ, and pushed heavily by Wikileaks. The papers were received by the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung in 2015 from an anonymous source.

Skipping ahead...

Quote:Clinton Foundation-connected associates which are related to Mossack Fonseca include Gabrielle Fialkoff, finance director for Hillary Clinton’s first campaign for the U.S. Senate; Frank Giustra, a Canadian mining magnate who has traveled the globe with Bill Clinton; a member of the Chagoury family, which pledged $1 billion in projects to the Clinton Global Initiative; and Chinese billionaire Ng Lap Seng, who was at the center of a Democratic fund-raising scandal when Bill Clinton was president. Also using the Panamanian law firm was the company founded by the late billionaire investor Marc Rich, an international fugitive when Bill Clinton pardoned him in the final hours of his presidency.

There is plenty more to the article. Read it in full here: FIRST DOJ INDICTMENTS UNSEALED: Clinton Foundation-Connected Bank “Mossack Fonseca” Tied To Money Laundering

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  California Politicians & Taxes
Posted by: guohua - 12-05-2018, 04:11 PM - Forum: Political News and more - Replies (3)

One reason taxes and especially Property tax is so high in California.

Quote:Study: More than 7-in-10 California Immigrant Households Are on Welfare
Some one has to pay for all those people needing assistance, Right? It's not like California can just Print Money, No, they have to Tax YOU for their Welfare Programs for Illegals and others.
Quote:The latest Census Bureau data analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) finds that about 72 percent of households headed by noncitizens and immigrants use one or more forms of taxpayer-funded welfare programs in California — the number one immigrant-receiving state in the U.S.

Meanwhile, only about 35 percent of households headed by native-born Americans use welfare in California.

All four states with the largest foreign-born populations, including California, have extremely high use of welfare by immigrant households.
In Texas, for example, nearly 70 percent of households headed by immigrants use taxpayer-funded welfare. Meanwhile, only about 35 percent of native-born households in Texas are on welfare.

In New York and Florida, a majority of households headed by immigrants and noncitizens are on welfare. Overall, about 63 percent of immigrant households use welfare while only 35 percent of native-born households use welfare.
WoW,   minusculethinking what do you think your household could do with an extra $50 to an extra $100 dollars a month by not having to support people to Lazy to learn our Language and get Jobs.
President D. Trump has an idea.
You'll never hear the MSM mention this.
Quote:President Trump’s administration is looking to soon implement a policy that protects American taxpayers’ dollars from funding the mass importation of welfare-dependent foreign nationals by enforcing a “public charge” rule whereby legal immigrants would be less likely to secure a permanent residency in the U.S. if they have used any forms of welfare in the past, including using Obamacare, food stamps, and public housing.

The immigration controls would be a boon for American taxpayers in the form of an annual $57.4 billion tax cut — the amount taxpayers spend every year on paying for the welfare, crime, and schooling costs of the country’s mass importation of 1.5 million new, mostly low-skilled legal immigrants.
They want to allow all the illegals to cross the border and Squat on Your Doorstep.

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  CHR2018 Christmas
Posted by: 727Sky - 12-05-2018, 09:50 AM - Forum: Rogue's Writers Contests - No Replies

Hundreds of hours flying over the Pacific where some of the greatest battles
of WW2 were fought.                                                                                                                 (17)

Watery graves have passed under my wings so many times I have lost count.                                 (14)

My thoughts changed as I calculated how long it would be before I was with
the family for Christmas.                                                                                                           (19) =50 words

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Information Probing Answers To Why Aliens Anally Probe Us: They Are Going After Our Brains!
Posted by: OmegaLogos - 12-05-2018, 08:34 AM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - Replies (2)

Explanation: Firstly some toilet humor ...

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Now to seriousness ... The aliens are anally probing us to get to our brains ... WTFH??? OL? Why are they going through the wrong end? Our brains are at the far other end! It doesn't make any sense so you had best be explaining!!!

OK ... We have THREE Brains and they are the brains in our head for 1 and most obvious ... but that brain can be mind controlled!

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Study establishes extent of human brain excited by specific dose of electricity

Quote:Devices delivering defined therapeutic doses of electricity to structures within the brain are now in widespread commercial use for countering the tremors of Parkinson’s disease and controlling seizures in epilepsy patients, and are approved for some patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Similar devices are undergoing clinical testing for other conditions, including depression and Tourette’s syndrome.

“We often try to correct a problem occurring in some tiny part of the brain’s complicated circuitry by administering a drug,” said Parvizi. “However, instead of reaching the cells you want to target, much or most of the drug may wind up in the skin, bone, muscle, liver and elsewhere, not to mention brain cells you don’t want to target.” That can cause all kinds of side effects.

But 2 the Heart is also a Brain ...

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The Heart Has Neurons Too

Quote:Most people don’t know this, but the heart can feel, think, and decide for itself. It has around 40,000 neurons and a whole network of neurotransmitters with very specific functions, which makes it a perfect extension of the brain.

And they both talk to each other ...

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So OL ... the aliens are going to rip our hearts /brains out through our asses!???

Nope ... there is one more Brain 3 and that is our GUTS! ...

Your Heart and Stomach May Be Smarter Than You Think

Quote:We tend to think of our internal organs as specialists, highly refined machines that work 24/7 at specific tasks. The one exception is the brain: the ultimate supercomputer that can make a multitude of decisions and manage our behavior with incredible speed and efficiency.

Now research shows that the brain doesn’t have a monopoly on intelligence. The heart and stomach, for example, are fully equipped to do some thinking of their own. And sometimes they’re giving the brain orders instead of taking them.

Quote:When the Stomach Talks, the Brain Listens
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The stomach does a lot more than dump acid on your latest meal. It also fires off signals to the brain via its own extensive network of neurons.

According to Michael Gershon, chairman of the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at New York–Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, there are 100 million neurons in this “second brain.”

This arsenal far outnumbers the neuron supply in the spinal cord or the rest of the nervous system outside of the brain.

Although not involved in conscious thought or decision making, the stomach brain enables the gut to make its own decisions regarding the behavior of the digestive system.

And the stomach has plenty to tell the brain as well. Research shows that about 90% of the fibers in the vagus nerve—the main nerve for the gut—carry information from the gut to the brain.

It turns out that “butterflies” and that “sinking feeling” in the stomach have a neurological basis. Neurons lining the stomach are filled with neurotransmitters, chemicals that help nerve cells communicate with one another.

One key neurotransmitter is serotonin, which plays a major role in mood regulation. While serotonin is also found in the brain, 95% of the body’s supply is in the stomach.

This abundance explains why drugs like Prozac, known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), help elevate mood by increasing serotonin levels but may also cause stomach disturbances.

Growing interest in the stomach brain has spawned a field of study known as neurogastroenterology, which will likely reveal even more exciting findings about the stomach’s IQ in the future.

The Three Brains: Why Your head, Heart and Gut Sometimes Conflict

Quote:Enter the science of the three brains, something that Oka believes could hold the key to accessing this higher order of decision-making. But before we arrive at that point, we need to look at something else.

How can we possibly claim to have three brains?

Quote:“Why are we calling these brains?” says Oka. “We are not calling these brains. Science is calling these brains.

There has to be a technical definition to what makes a brain a brain. Your elbow is not a brain. Your kidney is not a brain (as far as we know). But there are lots of good reasons why science can actually show that the head, the heart, and the gut are brains.

They have their own intrinsic nervous systems. They’ve got neurons. They’ve got the whole range of [capabilities] in order to do complex adaptive processes

They can take on information, process it, store it, change and adapt. Basically, if it can learn, it’s a brain.”

“Through behavioural modeling, we can discover how this applies to life. Low and behold, these different brains do different things.”

What are the three brains and their functions?

The first of the three brains is the obvious one.
It is the head brain, and the master of processes such as thinking, perception, and cognition. It recognises things, makes meaning of them, creates narratives and masters language. Head based language sounds like this: “I think”, “I reckon”, or “I understand”.

The second is the heart.
Ask a person where they feel an emotion, and their hand will land directly above their heart. Nobody gestures to their elbow. We know intrinsically that this is the place that processes deep emotion. What else is the domain of the heart brain? Here lie our values, along with the process of emoting, the process of valuing and the way we feel about relationships. Heart based language centres on “I feel” or on the expression of the deep emotions and values that lie in the heart brain.

The third is the gut.
Here we find our core identity. What is me, what is not me? This is the domain of the gut brain. It is also responsible for safety and protection. Our gut is extremely important in upholding our immune system, but it also takes care of self-preservation, fear, anxiety, mobility and action. Gut based language says things like, “it takes guts” or, “let’s do it.”

And I showed in this thread ...

Its The Smell! I Love The Smell Of BioWarfare In The Morning! Deoderizing The Left!

... how gut bacteria is mind/brain controlling!

So the aliens are after a stool sample and lotsa stuff can be found out via getting a simple stool sample ...

The amazing things poo can tell you about an animal’s health 

Quote:What poo tells us

So what can a poo sample reveal?
Let’s start with some of the more obvious aspects of poo-ology: just the presence of fresh faecal material in an animal’s enclosure assures us that the animal’s gastrointestinal tract is moving.
Constipation has serious health consequences for any animal, including potential toxicities, so we need to ensure that an animal is passing faeces as often as it should be.

But this isn’t always as simple as it sounds.

Some snakes only pass faeces once every three months, while the world’s smallest bat, the bumblebee bat has poo that is apparently as small as a pin head, making it very hard to see.

So we need to establish our “species norms” before we start using poo as an indicator in any type of health check.

Another common use of faeces in zoos is for disease monitoring.

Samples can be analysed for internal parasites, such as worms and pathogens (for example bacteria or fungi) that may indicate gastrointestinal problems or even zoonotic diseases – those that can be spread from animals to humans.

Many zoos will implement a routine faecal screening programme for their animals and this allows zoo vets to respond quickly if symptoms of disease or parasites are found, often before clinical symptoms of ill health are shown by the animal.

It is also a valuable tool for monitoring the effect of any treatments, such as de-wormers.

Some of the research projects that I’ve been involved in recently have investigated aspects of the use of de-wormers in cheetahs and support a diagnosis-based approach.

This means that, instead of routinely de-worming the animals, we should first check to see if they have any parasites present.

And ...

Quote:Windows into the mind

Likewise, poo is important for monitoring zoo animals’ welfare as we can measure hormones called glucocorticoids and their metabolites which provide an indicator of excitement and/or stress.

By performing long-term studies of the concentrations and patterns of these hormones in animal poo, and combining them with behavioural data, we can learn a great deal about how a zoo animal is experiencing its captive environment.

By monitoring the excretion of sex steroids, we can also start to understand whether females are displaying normal reproductive cycles, such as in captive rhinos, or even finding out if they are pregnant, such as in captive felids.
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Rather less savoury is coprophagia.

This is the term given to the behaviour of eating faeces, either the animal’s own, or that of others.

Some species have digestive adaptations that require coprophagia to be part of their normal feeding behaviour.

A well-known example is the domestic rabbit.

In a zoo setting, coprophagia is also an important element of the nutritional physiology of a range of herbivores including capybaras, some lemurs, mara, and beavers.

However, in some species, coprophagia is considered an abnormal behaviour which may have nutritional origins or be indicative of compromised welfare.

Regardless of how it is used, though, those caring for animals should never underestimate the importance of a poo.

Personal Disclosure: So I am of the firm belief that the aliens are after our gut bacteria in order to better mind control the No#1 Brains in our heads!

That is why they anally probe us! tinyok 

Any questions???


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  Crucifiction On The Night Before Jesus Was Born ... [CHR2018]
Posted by: OmegaLogos - 12-05-2018, 04:13 AM - Forum: Rogue's Writers Contests - Replies (1)

Explanation: ...

Quote:I shoved the erect Xmass tree up the angels bum!!!

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tinylaughing tinybiggrin
Personal Disclosure: Merry Christmas  everybody!!! minusculebeercheers

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