Saturday, November 14, 2009


Stand alone beaker baby warriors -LAN, LEN, LIN, LON, LUN, LYN- versus "Savvy Saviours" ie: Zeus, Jesus and General Patraeus

"Myths tell only of that which really happened." This does not mean that myths correctly explain what literally happened. It does suggest, however, that behind the explanation there is a reality that normally cannot be seen and examined by anyone other than members of secret societies.

ZEUS (The Just). Reportedly the greatest of the three Earth gods (surface, sea and underworld) in classical mythology was called Zeus by the Greeks and Jupiter, or Jove, by the Romans. He was the father of gods and men, protector of kings, supporter of law and order, and avenger of broken oaths and other offenses. He watched over the state and the family and over strangers and suppliants; his hand wielded lightning and guided the stars; he gathered rain clouds; he ordained the changes of the seasons and regulated the whole course of nature (see Noaa and the kabuki typhoon season dance). Zeus, with the other gods on Mount Olympus, ruled over the affairs of mankind.

JESUS. The life and death of Jesus is an allegory which symbolizes the shelf life and "end times" cruci fiction ruse imposed on residents of the Northern Hemisphere.

PETRAEUS (David Howell) (born November 7, 1952) is a general in the United States Army and commander of Multi-National Force - Iraq (MNF-I), the four-star post that oversees all U.S. forces in the country. He was confirmed to that position by the Senate in a vote of 81-0 on January 26, 2007. He replaced General George Casey who was subsequently confirmed as Chief of Staff of the United States Army. In his new position, Petraeus oversees all forces in Iraq and carries out the new Iraqi strategy plan outlined by the Bush administration. Casey relinquished command in Iraq to Petraeus on February 10, 2007. The change of command was presided over by General John Abizaid, then commander of United States Central Command.

Petraeus was the General George C. Marshall Award winner as the top graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College - class of 1983. He subsequently earned a Master of Public Administration (1985) and a Ph.D. (1987) in International Relations from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He later served as Assistant Professor of International Relations at the U.S. Military Academy, and also completed a fellowship at Georgetown University. He has a BS from the U.S. Military Academy - class of 1974.