Thursday, February 26, 2009

KARE 11 - The Pigeon, The Falcon and the Snowman (Updates 2.26.2009)

An interesting news item post from KARE 11 News in
MINneapolis - St (Saint) Paul MINnesota
(AKA "The TWIN Cities")

MINnesota = MN = 13 + 14 = 27

K=11 11

KARE = CARE (pronounced Ka - Re in the Latin)
Rosicrucian - Rose Cross - RosTau - Roman Catholic
INRI and CARE are used in formal RC communications.

Some interesting number 11 info from Didier Boyer:

11 is also what I would call, the energy of “Christ”, the “Light”. The word "LIGHT", once you translate the letters into numbers, adds up to "11 just like the name "Jesus" and funny enough the word "Healing"! How appropriate!

It is interesting to notice that in "Le Sacré - Coeur (Translate: Holy Heart) in Paris", the fabulous Church dedicated to Jesus, the name Jesus is also written on the ceiling as JESV and this also adds up to 11! (It is written as JESU in other places)

(~SE~ author's note: there is no "U" in old latin/Roman alphabet it is written instead as "V", as such are interchangeable as also for "J" and "I")

Also adding up to 11 are the words "Healing" and "Light"! The "Soul energy" of the word "Healer" (the vowels) also add up to 11! Interesting coincidences isn't it

"English" (11) spread the "light" (11)

Peregrine falcons making Minnesota comeback

SAINT PAUL, Minn. -- After 20-plus years as a St. Paul police officer, Bob Winsor has seen just about everything. But what happened at Snelling and Ashland Friday was certainly a first.

Officer Winsor blocked a couple lanes of traffic for 30 minutes to protect a bird that was feasting on a pigeon in the middle of the road. His reasoning was simple: "Anything that kills pigeons is good with me."

But Winsor soon learned he was protecting a rare peregrine falcon, which is the fastest bird in the world.

"It's a great success story," says Lori Naumann with Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources.

It's unusual to see a peregrine in the middle of a busy road, Naumann says, but they are becoming more common in the Twin Cities. And it wasn't always that way.

"In the 1950s and 60s, they were almost extinct," she says. "They were placed on the endangered species list."

Thanks to intense restoration projects that started in the 1970s and 80s, Minnesota now has more than 50 peregrine pairs, which raised 93 young last year.

"The population is doing really, really well," Naumann says.

The U.S. ban on D.D.T. was another reason for the peregrine's comeback. It was removed from the U.S. endangered species list in 1999. It remains on the state's threatened species list, but Naumann says it could be removed in the next couple years.

Because the peregrine on Snelling had a band around its leg with the code "27A," we know she was born in 2007 and is named Elspeth. She's named after the granddaughter of Bud Tordoff, the man behind Minnesota's peregrine restoration.

"Dr. Tordoff passed away last year, so it was pretty special to see that this was a bird that's still surviving," Naumann says.

Elspeth is simply a sign of his success, which is good news for peregrines, but bad news for pigeons.

By Joe Fryer, KARE 11 News

JOE FRYER, huh !?
Well then Friar Joe, that would be Joe "Freyr"

The Golden Wind and
the House of Windsor

Queen unveils statue of her mom at site near Buckingham Palace

LONDON — The Queen unveiled a memorial to her late mother Tuesday, offering tribute to the beloved royal known for her sense of humour and her dignity during a century marked by war and social upheaval.

The immense bronze depicting the Queen Mother in the robes of the Order of the Garter was erected near an existing statue of her late husband, King George VI, close to Buckingham Palace in central London.

Two bronze friezes, depicting scenes of her life, were placed on either side.

and this one

Queen Mother memorial showcases York blackSMITH's skills

Another name of note is
Lori Naumann

Falcon = Horus
Horus (Heru / Re-Horahkty) was depicted as a falcon-headed deity in Egyptian art.

"Horus" touches down in St. Paul at the CROSS(+)roads of Snelling and ASHland snacking on a pigeon / dove / Columba.
in RAMsey, Cty. MN

Some LIGHT Humor:

Today 2.25.2009 is ASH Wednesday
In the Western Christian calendar, Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and occurs forty-six days (forty days not counting Sundays) before Easter. It falls on a different date each year, because it is dependent on the date of Easter

with the code "27A," = two Sevens = 77
(A)MN = 13 + 14 = 27a

The TWIN Cities resonates PISCES - the IChThYS in Greek

The zodiac sign of Pisces is from 2/20 to 3/20 in every year.

and The TWIN Cities also resonates GEMINI / geMINi

The zodiac sign of Gemini is from 5/21 to 6/21 in every year.

Thusly, it also embodies the idea of
the Minotaur, the MIN~o~TAUR
The passing of the SUN ~O~ in Zodiac signs from TAURus to geMINi and the embodiment of the mind (HEAD) of god.
Man body with Bull head - the god head in the ancient days of "Bull Worship".

In Greek mythology, the Minotaur (Greek: Minotauros) was a creature that was part man and part bull.[1] It dwelt at the center of the Labyrinth, which was an elaborate maze-like construction[2] built for King Minos of Crete and designed by the architect Daedalus and his son Icarus who were ordered to build it to hold the Minotaur. The historical site of Knossos is usually identified as the site of the labyrinth. The Minotaur was eventually killed by Theseus.

MINn eS(un) ~O~ TA(ur)

And the MIN~O~TAUR dwelt within a Labyrinth, an elaborate MAZE!

The winged Solar disk ~O~ of the SUN


Gender: Feminine
Usage: English, Biblical

From (Elisabet), the Greek form of the Hebrew name ('Elisheva') meaning "my God is an oath" or perhaps "my God is abundance". The Hebrew form appears in the Old Testament where Elisheba is the wife of Aaron, while the Greek form appears in the New Testament where Elizabeth is the mother of John the Baptist.
Among Christians, this name was originally more common in Eastern Europe. It was borne in the 12th century by Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, a daughter of King Andrew II who became a Franciscan nun and lived in poverty. In medieval England it was occasionally used in honour of the saint, though the form Isabel (from Provençal and Spanish) was more common. It has been very popular in England since the reign of Queen Elizabeth I in the 16th century. Famous modern bearers include the British queen Elizabeth II (1926-) and actress Elizabeth Taylor (1932-).

EL's Ptah

From (Elisabet)

(Side note:)
And just to synch it all in for us
the NBC (peacock) TV series LIFE
"Hit me baby" - the new epi that aired 2.25.2009:
has both TWINS and pigeons.
and Charlie Crews (CC=33)
Episode Production No. 216 = 21 + 6 = 27

The episode outro song plays
"Hit me baby one more time..."

Birds have their own language and they are often
kept in an Aviary

I apologize to the Strange Eye readers!

I'm sure most of your heads are spinning and you're asking yourself "what the hell was that all that babble about that I just read?"

The ideas in this post are not fully fleshed out and explained here and are more of a companion to another article on another site.
Rather than fill that site's comments with these concepts and ideas, I've posted them here.

This is the kind of post that to some will make immediate sense on its own and to some others won't make sense at all.

To those others - keep it bookmarked and return to it later.

For more background on the content of this post,
(in a format that's much easier to read!)
I highly recommend that you give a read to this article over at The Secret Sun:
Seen From Space: Busy Skies, Filled with Portent (MAJOR UPDATES)


akarta said...

Nice one Strange Eye

Christopher Knowles said...

It's interesting that these birds are making a comeback. We have all sorts of hawks, eagles and owls in my neck of the woods. Literally- there's a red tail I hear in my backyard but strangely haven't seen.

Their magnificent animals- one day I cam home from picking up the kids and three red tails just swooped in out of nowhere and circled above our heads. It was shocking at first but seeing them up close you can see why they were once revered.

There's actually a spot in the next town over where people gather in the autumn to watch all of the birds of prey migrate from Canada. It's a big occasion, families picnic there.

Andre Heath said...

Wow. Excellent post, strangie!

Interesting stuff on my sign, pisces.

You might find the following post that I did several weeks ago to be of interest: The Curious Case of Will I Am

The Alien Project

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ViølatoR said...

Actually this post does connect to several themes being batted around recently, definetly one more piece of the puzzle.

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