Sunday, November 23

Tiny satellites that photograph the entire planet, every day

Published on Nov 18, 2014
Satellite imaging has revolutionized our knowledge of the Earth, with
detailed images of nearly every street corner readily available online. But
Planet Labs' Will Marshall says we can do better and go faster — by getting
smaller. He introduces his tiny satellites — no bigger than 10 by 10 by 30
centimeters — that, when launched in a cluster, provide high-res images of
the entire planet, updated daily.


What and Whose State are "you/we" living in?

November 23, 2014   "Question Time"
Don is watching and not judging
and working for God alone
What is Denise thinking?
Or covering the Pain

with A false smile
My thoughts of my evening thinking; while awake and in the altered States of Meditation. What and Whose State are "you/we" living in?

Look at each Face you see.
What is going on in its mind?
Denise felt our Dreams died
and then she bought this book

Denise in the Gaspe.

These two little men,
 were being taught under Vatican Rules.
Little devils smiling.
Watch the words they use
and the combination of them.
The lock to the secret is a combination one.

The State that God created for you, or the States created by Men.
The answer predicts how we/you will live and die.
Live in peace with god or in hell with man made states.
The Vatican controls 197 nations; approximately 90% of the world. It not a religion, but a small State the size of a Golf Club Course.
This the latest news I received from

YouTube -
It makes a lot sense to understand what the realty is now.
Decide on your own; to live in the Highest State of All. Denise and I did make that wise decision. But as the years went by that State of contentment was corrupted by garbage.


Saturday, November 22

Islands of Heavens here on our Earth. I have included visions of Hell to sharpen the differences

November 23, 2014

Hi and welcome into my Blog Home. My name is Don and work full time for Him. In this post I'm trying to edify Heavenly behaviour with Sinful behavior,
Too many of us think sin as murder or un-approved sexual behaviour.

What about deception, a simple little lie. It is the source of corruption and complex embezzlement plans.
Please enjoy watching what was close to me to use.

You can learn more about the work I do for Him.
It maybe all the psychotherapy you need and very in-expensive to use to heal.

Imagine ....
A)  Heaven is a Net-work of Islands here on Earth and we need boats to survive
B)  There are Evil Island Net-works also and we have work to do. C)  We plan and build our own home to retire in...
the screens we install to keep the Prince of Darkness out have a short life time and can be removed by his agents of change
D)  Net-Works of Islands
Island Heaven Number 1


Island Heaven Number 2

Island Heaven Number 3   

More Islanders' are showing up...
Millions More Islands and Billions of ....   affectionate people.

Island Heaven Number 4   

This Island - My Wife's Family It was Our Heaven then.
But she left her Partner alone!
I took the pictures then.
Notice how happy they were  back then

Island Heaven Number 3 

What is being said about Islands of Heaven here on Earth. 
A very polite conversation here in Heaven like atmosphere.
Island Heaven Number 6   

Island Heaven Number 7

  Island Hell Number 1


Island Heaven Number 8   
 Injured Minds in Heaven
This video is a victim.  

Number 9
A second try for the Injured mind/

More  Heaven-Islands Coming

Home and Homelessness - Part Two

Part Two - DjW THE FOLLOWING TEXT IS FROM  A Treasury of Anglo-Saxon England – Faith and Wisdom in the Lives Men and Women, Saints and Kings. Paul Cavill .. The variety and multiplicity of human gifts amazed the Anglo-Saxons.

Life itself is a gift from God, to be sure, but the wealth of skills and abilities that human beings have was a source of wonderment.
There are several poems in Old English that simply recount the peoples and places where they live, the gifts people have, the pleasures of life - and, because not all of human life is happy, some of the sad ends people come to.
The very uncertainty of life in Anglo-Saxon England seems to have given the people a keener sense of the blessings of the moment, and a more resigned and dignified attitude towards inevitable suffering, something we have perhaps lost in our more comfortable society.

HOME AND HOMELESSNESS The wisdom poems like The Fortunes and the Gifts of Men and the Maxims tend to be fairly detached about what happens in the world. They can talk about good and bad things in much the same way because their role is to observe, not usually to express deep feelings. One of the things several poems comment on is the miseries of the exile, the person who has no friends, home, or social identity, for whatever reason. The Fortunes poet puts it like this: One man is forced to walk distant roads travel on foot carrying his provisions, tramping the wet tracks and the dangerous land of foreign people. He has no one alive to care for him; a friendless man, he is hated everywhere because of his bad luck.

The poet of the Maxims notes, The man who has to live alone is wretched; it has been determined that he must remain friendless. It would be better for him if he had a brother... The homeless wanderer was practically an outlaw in Anglo-Saxon times; his legal status was uncertain, and without a family or lord to back him up, he was at the mercy of anyone who wanted to take advantage of him. Because he did not fit into the categories and definitions of normal social life, he was thought to be a threat to others. The similarities between the Anglo-Saxon exile and the modem homeless person are immediately apparent.

But there are several poems in Old English which explore the spirituality of the exile. The speaker in The Wanderer seems to be an exile because his lord and his companions are dead. He laments the fact that he has no one to whom he can confide his thoughts. He dreams in the cold misery of half-sleep that he is again enjoying the ordered ritual of loyalty and gift-giving in the hall. But he awakens to find himself in the company only of sea-birds.

He sees devastation and loss around him, the snow falling, the night closing in, the winter cold bringing misery. All is fraught with hardship in the kingdom of earth; change transforms the world under the heavens for worse: here wealth is temporary, here friends are temporary, here people are temporary, here kinsmen are temporary; the very foundation of this earth becomes useless. What possible consolation can there be?

Two things give the Wanderer solace. One of these is that he learns wisdom: he sees, with clear sight unblurred by pleasures, the way things are. He yearns for the things he has lost, the horses, the companionship, the feasting and drinking, the rituals of the heroic life; but he sees as never before that they are merely temporary, and a distraction from deeper considerations all too easily forgotten. The other consolation is that he learns to desire what he has experienced almost incidentally in his suffering.

He begins with this: Often the solitary man experiences grace, the mercy of the Lord, though he has long had to wander the paths of exile, stir the ice-cold sea through the watery ways with his hands, anxious in mind.

And he ends with this: Well it is for the one who seeks grace, comfort from the Father in the heavens - where for us all security remains. Deprived of bodily comforts, he learns to seek the grace and comfort of God.

Catholic Political Coercion Through Civil Law by Richard Bennett

Hi and welcome, my name is Don. In this blog about Justice and property this lesson is important and new view by an educated man.
Published on Nov 21, 2014
What Every Catholic Should Know Play List by Richard Bennett

Catholic Political Coercion is what the Catholic Church thrived on for many years throughout the Middle Ages. Although her methods have changed, her goals have never changed, as one can see in this video. Her ability to grow in strength and numbers was and still is in proportion to her legal agreements (concordants) with other
nations throughout the world. The video with W. J. Mencarow and Richard Bennett truly documents the Vatican's diplomatic relations with 179 countries, enabling it to implement Political Coercion over many of these nations. Please make this video known by sending its URL to your family and friends and your church members.

Thank you