Sunday, March 10, 2013

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Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
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Latest Satellite Surface Current Forecast for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link


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Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link


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Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band at Stirling Castle ~ link   ~ Official site ~ link 


Lord Stirling's book: Cash For Peerages - The Smoking Gun ~ link 
 

True Believer Album by Jeff DeVillez (iTunes) ~ link ~ also see this ~ link  ~ Also see: Songs from Jeff DeVillez ~ link

War on Iran & Syria: What They Are NOT Telling Us ~ link   
 
NutriMedical Report ~ link ~ NutriMedical Report Show/Clay & Iron ~ link 
 
RevolutionRadio.org ~ link 
 
"And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?
- Alexander Solzhenitsyn, "The Gulag Archipelago" (1973)
 
 
We are living in a propaganda matrix that is controlled by a tiny demonic global banking elite.  Their almost total control of the mainstream news media and most politicians allows them to do all types of PsyOps that in a normal society would 'never fly'.  Stirling     
 
 
 
Time is ~ link  
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Color code for this site: 
Red = Very high importance and/or danger, or military topic; if yellow or black lettering or if black background is used, extreme importance and/or danger; if lime green lettering is used = 'oh crap'; if turquoise lettering used = End of Days
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Why have a color code?  Well I have a tendency to want to highlight really important things so I use this system.  Also, this is a low-cost one-man news blog and I simply want to add some color to the site and also help to group stories.  Tim Earl of Stirling  
 
 

 
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  Special Report: The Election of the Next Pope
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lord Stirling's second video on Papal Conclave: What type of man do the Cardinal-Electors need to select to be the next Pope? ~ link  ~ No time for more Church politics or for more Hollywood-type Papacies says Lord Stirling.
 



Open Video Letter to the Cardinal-Electors of the Roman Church by Lord Stirling - video ~ link 
 ~ The Earl of Stirling (Tim Alexander) calls for the next Pope to lead the fight against the globalists mad drive towards World War III, an even more intense Global Economic Depression, and the developing  global high-tech police-state tyranny.  Lord Stirling calls this fight "the Greatest Moral Imperative of Our Time" (about three minutes into this video).
 
 
 
 
Nutrimedical Report Show with Dr. Bill Deagle and Tim Alexander (the Earl of Stirling) - video ~ link ~ There is an audience of approximately five to six million for this show, that includes broadcast and Internet listening/viewing (this linked video is done by some independent videographers).    
 
 
 
 
Universal priest, prophet and king: Next Pope faces global challenges ~ link ~ And if the right man is elected he can have a powerful positive impact on human history a this critical time!!!   Stirling    
 
 
 
Selecting a Pope: CNN ~ link ~ Technically, any Roman Catholic male can be elected pope. But since 1379, every pope has been selected from the College of Cardinals, the group casting the votes at the conclave.

Many of the cardinals are bishops and archbishops appointed by the pope to assist in religious issues. Some work at the Vatican, but most are spread out worldwide running dioceses or archdioceses.

When it's time to vote for a new pope, every cardinal under the age of 80 travels to Rome to participate. In attendance this time will be 115 cardinals, 67 of whom were appointed by Pope Benedict XVI, who stepped down last month at age 85.



Negotiations and prayers, this is where the Pope will be elected ~ linkPreparations are underway to ensure everything is ready for Tuesday; Vatican technicians and workers are doing their best to prepare the voting venue despite the hastening of the Conclave compared to the normal period of sede vacante. Tuesday at 04:30 PM the cardinals will go in procession from the Pauline to the Sistine Chapel. Here they will take an oath and the "extra omnes" (the ousting of all those without voting rights) will be pronounced immediately after this, at 04:45 PM. For once it is not Buonarroti's genius which catches the eye but the two stoves that now stand in the chapel: an older cast iron one with rounded edges and a modern square one.
 
The first dates back to1939 and will be used to burn the ballot papers, the second has spent less than eight years in the Vatican warehouses, since being built in 2005 for the Conclave that elected Benedict XVI. It will burn the smoking agents that should give out the black smoke in case of a non-election and the famous white smoke once the 265th successor of St. Peter has been chosen. In 2005 there was some uncertainty about the smoke, so, as always, it will be the widespread sound of bells that will confirm the election.
 
The chimney from which the smoke of the stoves will be released, was set up yesterday morning at 11:00 AM. There will be a camera from the Vatican Television Centre ten feet away, equipped with lights to highlight even an evening white smoke, as was the case with Ratzinger's election on the 19th of April, 2005. It is also countdown time for the tight security measures taken to protect the confidentiality and privacy of the cardinals during the Conclave. 




Pre-Conclave preparations in the Sistine Chapel and Saint Martha House - photos ~ link  




A Conclave Cardinal's life by the clock ~ link 




Vatican report hidden from the Cardinals electing the next Pope ~ link ~ It is known throughout the Vatican as the Relatio (Narration). It is contained in two stiff, unmarked red folders and runs to around 300 pages. Lying in a safe in the papal apartments of the Apostolic Palace overlooking St Peter's Square, it will be at the forefront of the minds of the 115 cardinals who on Tuesday are to file into the Sistine chapel to start the conclave that elects the next pope.
In the Relatio are the findings of three cardinal-detectives, appointed last year by ex-pope Benedict XVI to investigate the leaking of documents from his study. The cardinals, headed by a Spanish member of the Opus Dei fellowship, Cardinal Julián Herranz, discovered the main source of the leaks – the pope's butler, Paolo Gabriele.

But they found a great deal else – and some of it is reportedly extremely compromising. According to one unconfirmed report, they stumbled on a gay sex ring in the Vatican, some of whose members had been blackmailed. Already dismayed by the blunders that marred Benedict's papacy, many of the cardinals in Rome to elect his successor are seething with resentment towards the Roman Curia, the intensely secretive and predominantly Italian bureaucracy that administers the Catholic church. "The anti-curial – and anti-Italian – feeling is almost palpable," said a source close to their deliberations.

Indeed, the approach to this conclave has brought about what many in Rome would deem a miracle: an apparent, if temporary, healing of the breach between the Vatican's two most renowned adversaries, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the secretary of state, and his predecessor, Cardinal Angelo Sodano. As a result, a conclave that had been billed as a trial of strength between the two men is shaping up instead as a battle between the "Romans" and invading "Barbarians".

The first group includes the power-brokers in the Vatican and their allies, many of whom are Italians; the second faction, bent on shaking the Curia to its foundations, is led by cardinals from the United States and Germany.



Quick election? ~ link 



Conclave smoke signal timetable ~ link  



Like it or not, the Vatican has entered the Digital Age ~ link  



Prophecy of the Popes ~ link  




Work gets underway in Sistine Chapel - video ~ link  




Pope Wanted: Must Possess Magnetic Charm and Grit ~ link  ~ No candidate for pope can have it all. But the cardinals who will elect the next pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church seem to be looking for someone who combines the charisma of Pope John Paul II with the grit of what one Vatican analyst called, only slightly tongue in cheek, “Pope Rambo I.” 

While it is too early to talk of front-runners, hints to the characteristics sought in a future pontiff can be discerned from the utterances of the cardinals who have spent the past week in meetings at the Vatican. Before Wednesday, when they stopped giving interviews, the cardinals frequently cited attributes the church now needs: a compelling communicator who wins souls through both his words and his holy bearing, and a fearless sheriff who can tackle the disarray and scandal in the Vatican.  



An interview with St. Padre Pio's secretary ~ link ~ We need a Pope like Padre Pio!!!   Stirling   


Cardinals could hold their first vote on the evening of March 12th  - video ~ link ~ That would be early afternoon American time.  Stirling     



Conclave: The Making of a Pope - video ~ link



Jesus put Church in hands of erring humans, not angels says Cardinal ~ link 




Notice of Danger: A Church with Two Popes ~ link   




Producer's Notebook: Looking back at the election of Pope Benedict XVI - photos and video ~ link



Why is there no frontrunner in the Papal Election? ~ link  ~ As has been well reported by Joshua McElwee [1] and John Allen [2], there are currently no frontrunners in the papal election. This could easily change in the next few days before the conclave starts, but it is surprising granted that it has been almost three weeks since Pope Emeritus Benedict announced his resignation. One would think that at least a couple of frontrunners would have surfaced by now.

Prior to the last conclave, everyone recognized Ratzinger was the front runner on the day the conclave began. The same was true for Paul VI and Pius XII. And although John Paul’s election was a surprise, there still were front runners prior to the conclave: Cardinals Giovanni Benelli and Giuseppe Siri. When they deadlocked, the conclave looked for someone outside of Italy.

Why no front runner? Here are four hypotheses.




AP: Top Contenders to be the next Pope ~ link ~ Vatican insiders have long said that many cardinals go into the conclave "as popes" but come out as cardinals.  Only time will tell who the next Pope will be.   Stirling        



Papabile profiles: 

Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco [2]
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio [3]
Cardinal João Bráz de Aviz [4]
Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera [5]
Cardinal Péter Erdõ [6]
Cardinal Fernando Filoni [7]
Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga [8]
Cardinal Marc Ouellet [9]
Cardinal Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya [10]
Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith [11]
Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi [12]
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri [13]
Cardinal Robert Sarah [14]
Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer [15]
Cardinal Christoph Schönborn [16]
Cardinal Angelo Scola [17]
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle [18]
Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran [19]
Cardinal Peter Turkson [20]




Papal apartment will not be ready for new Pontiff ~ link  ~  When a new Pope is elected, he will not be able to move immediately into the papal apartment on the 3rd floor of the apostolic palace, a Vatican spokesman has revealed.

The papal apartments were sealed when the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI took effect on February 28. The rooms will need some renovations, said Father Federico Lombardi, the director of the Vatican press office. Worker may make other alterations to suit the particular needs and preferences of the new Pontiff. 




A look at possible Papal contenders ~ link ~ Technically, any adult Catholic male can be elected to the papacy, but the last pope not chosen from the College of Cardinals was Urban VI in 1379. The cardinals who seem to be front-runners to replace the current pope are referred to as "papabile," or translated from the Italian, "pope-able." The following is a list of some cardinals considered "papabile," according to John Allen, CNN analyst and correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter.



Priest abuse victims' group blacklists 12 Cardinal for Pope ~ link ~ A group representing survivors of sexual abuse by priests named a "Dirty Dozen" list of cardinals it said would be the worst candidates for pope based on their handling of child sex abuse claims or their public comments about the cases.



Official Vatican website: Apostolica Sedes Vacans ~ link 



Will the Cardinals go off the European grid to choose a new Pope? ~ linkIt's been 35 years since an Italian pope has ruled the Catholic Church, and some Vatican watchers believe the conclave that starts Tuesday could be the first to elect a pontiff from outside Europe.

While the Italians control a quarter of the votes, recent scandals suggest that they might be too beset by deep divisions to unite early around one candidate from their home turf.



Electronic jammers installed in Sistine Chapel ~ link ~ Vatican workers are preparing the Sistine Chapel for the papal conclave that will begin March 11 by installing electronic jamming devices and a temporary wooden floor.

Determined to prevent leaks from the conclave, the Vatican is installing devices that will block electronic transmissions from the Sistine Chapel and from the Domus Sanctae Marthae, where the cardinal-electors will be lodged during the conclave.

The wooden flooring will protect the marble floors of the Sistine Chapel, and also safeguard the prelates against tripping on the unevenly worn marble. Tables and chairs will be set up to accommodate the 115 cardinals participating in the conclave.



From crucifixes to bottle-openers: Memorabilia vendors prep for new Pope ~ link 
 


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