Pun Intended

The Apple Watch is designed to WATCH YOU!

It will watch your heart rate.

It will watch your every physical movement and exercise (if any). I’m sure your insurer wants to know all that.

It will monitor your GPS position.

It stores your credit cards, for easy and convenient hacking.

It will send your biometric identity (fingerprint) to the NSA and FBI, to enable you to be placed at any crime scene, all coroborated by your own constant GPS.

Now people will have even fewer reasons to be present in the moment, with actual people in the same room. Now they’ll be watching the iPhone AND the Watcher.

That brings up a better name. It’s really the Apple Watcher. Watchers, in the Book of Enoch, are basically devils, fallen angels.

Amateur spies can use the watch’s remote camera to see what the iPhone sees, maybe hidden in another room?

It is a wearable, networked peripheral, wirelessly connected to the NSA device known as your iPhone.

It will also watch you wreck your car because you’re watching the watch instead of watching the road.

Eventually, will there be new laws about not fussing with the Watch while driving? I see billboards, and ads of the future: “Don’t Watch the Watch!”

By the way, it also tells time.

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By fastapo Posted in Occult

iCloud? No Way!

Oh no, I’ve never used iCloud or a cell phone. I feel like such a techno luddite.

First of all, the cameras on my Mac and Pod are covered and taped over.

Diagnostic and usage data is OFF. Apple can eat static:

Diagnostic data - EAT STATIC

 

The internal microphone is at minimum volume.  Apple can hear static:

Internal mike - OFF

 

What’s on iCloud?  Jack sh!t.

 

 

 

 

 

iCloud storage - NADA

 

Location  Services? Apple can locate itself, but not me:

Location-OFF

Bogus Temps

Both my weather widgets are displaying false high temps of 98 degrees F (feels like 100).

I stepped outside, and it’s quite comfortable, maybe 85 F.

The “Church of Climatology” must be stacking the electronic deck with global warming propaganda data to ‘hide the decline.’

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Get_’Bent

Recumbent, that is.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013, I took my first long ‘bent trip.  The high was about 77 degrees F. On the Little Miami River Trail, I got on at mile marker 33 (South Lebanon), and went up to mile 7 (Spring Valley, Ohio).  That’s 52 miles, round trip.  That’s my longest trip ever – feel great, and could do it again right now.  I saw five deer in two groups.  The route offers quite a variety of scenery.

The recumbent removes all the physical pains that accompany standard biking.  It’s an incredible machine with amazing mechanical advantage.

I’m still getting used to takeoff, and I use the Fred Flintstone technique. By that, I don’t mean that I smoke Winstons, because they “taste good like a cigarette should.” I mean I use Fred’s footwork.  Picture a heavy goose taking off from water, and he kicks at the water to help get to climbing speed.

There’s my 24-speed Sun Speedster CX:

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I moved the bell (a gift from Ash) onto the ‘bent:

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This water flow used to be sent past an old mill’s water turbine:

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Interstate 71 bridge over the Little Miami River valley:

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This marker is right under the bridge:

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A cat friend visited me, while I had a frozen lemonade at Miranda’s Restaurant in Morrow, Ohio, on the way back to South Lebanon.  (note to the NSA – I mean Lebanon, Ohio, not that ‘other’ Lebanon.  Please don’t send a SWAT team):

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Happy trails!

Gilgamesh Is Real

I just started reading another translation of The Epic of Gilgamesh.  This one is by Andrew George.  As a professor, master of the ancient languages, and academician, he can’t afford to admit that Gilgamesh is anything other than ancient fiction.

I disagree.  The Epic states that Gilgamesh is said to be part god and part man.  So he could be one of the creatures described in Genesis 6:

“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.”

The Biblical flood was to remove most of those monstrosities, but some remained or were reintroduced after that.  Also according to Genesis, Noah and his family were to be saved because Noah was “perfect in his generations.”  That is, his genetics were perfect.

Joshua 24;14 refers to those gods who were ritually adored before the flood:

“Now therefore fear the LORD, and serve him in sincerity and in truth: and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and serve ye the LORD.”

Now, the following is quoted from Andrew George’s introduction to his translation of The Epic of Gilgamesh:

“Artfully woven into Gilgamesh’s own story are the traditional tale of the Deluge, the great flood by which in early human history the gods sought to destroy mankind, and a long description of the gloomy realm of the dead.  From all this, Gilgamesh emerges as a kind of cultural hero.  The wisdom he received at the ends of the earth from the survivor of the Deluge, Uta-napishti, enabled him to RESTORE THE TEMPLES OF THE LAND AND THEIR RITUALS TO THEIR IDEAL STATE OF ANTEDILUVIAN PERFECTION.”

(caps were added for emphasis)

The translator seems to admire Gilgamesh, and seems to approve of the restoration of the ritual worship of the fallen angels.