Halloween is celebrated in many countries, especially in countries like the United States of America and the United Kingdom. The festival has all the trappings of evil. The police and fire departments have learnt to be on alert and prepare in advance for a sharp rise in anti-social behaviour to coincide with the annual festival. However while parents caution their children about encountering unpleasant strangers on this day, they are unaware that beneath the veneer of fun and frolic of Halloween festivities, is an even more sinister unseen force at work.
Just as an environment of reverence in a place of worship is conducive to positive divine forces, the elements of this tradition actively contribute to the increased activity of negative energies like ghosts.
On Halloween night, adults and children dress up as creatures from the underworld (ghosts, ghouls, zombies, witches, goblins), light bonfires, and enjoy spectacular fireworks displays. The houses are decorated by carving pumpkins or turnips into scary faces. Some of the most popular yard decorations are jack-o’-lanterns, scarecrows, witches, orange and purple string lights, life-like decorations such as skeletons, spiders, pumpkins, mummies, vampires and other monstrous creatures. Other morbid decorations are foam tombstones and gargoyles.
In places where Halloween is celebrated, the activity of ghosts increases by 30%. Due to the increased activity of ghosts and the negative vibrations created by the various costumes and decorations, the Raja-Tama in the environment goes up by 30% on the evening/night of 31st October, i.e. the time Halloween is celebrated. This is a very significant increase and the heightened effect of negative energies continues for 4 weeks. The effect then slowly subsides over a 6 month period.
Even during natural events such as eclipses, full moon and new moon there is an increased activity of ghosts. However this is due to natural phenomena. In the case of Halloween, the increase in the activity of ghosts is purely man made.
Did you know that at the heart of our milky way lurks a super-massive blackhole – an active galactic nuclei about 25000 light years from Earth. Although black holes are invisible, the most workable way of identifying a black hole is a determination of its mass and an estimate of its size. Determining the mass of an astronomical object is, in general, no easy task. It is the least difficult for several objects orbiting each other, following their mutual gravitational pull: For such movements, the laws ofcelestial mechanics tie the masses of the objects in questions to the details of their orbital motion. Once the orbits are known, this allows conclusions about the masses.
In 2003, scientists discovered what seemed to be a cloud of gas, termed G2, which should collide in March or thereabouts with the supermassive black hole that lurks at the heart of the Milky Way. The interaction will reveal much about this black hole, which is known as Sagittarius A*
Sag A* is dim even for a class of object known to be challenging to observe —almost 4,000 times fainter than astronomers expect it to be. Every 5 to 10 days, the hungry black hole gobbles down a bit of gas or dust that creates an X-ray flare thattelescopes like Swift can capture.
1 . Keep your chin up
Meaning: An expression of encouragement for someone who is going through hard times.
How I took it literally: I kept my head tilted and my chin up for 36 hours straight.
Pain Scale: 1. The pain wasn’t too bad, but it was more of a discomfort. Keeping your chin up makes it harder to see, so I bumped into people and fell down a few times. Eating was a hassle, as liquids tended to drip down my chin. I also missed an episode of Scandal because I couldn’t see the TV. After about a day I also strained my neck.
2. Get your foot in the door
Meaning: To complete the first step in a process. Usually used as an idiom for entering an organization at a low level, with potential to advance.
How I took it literally: I kicked a door extremely hard with my foot. It did not break the door, nor my foot.
Pain Scale: 4. I got my foot in the door a few times before, as I’m sure everyone had. Just bumping in a door or a piece of furniture with your pinky toe. It hurts, but we can handle it.
Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans.This disease transmitted by animals and humans. Scientists initially detected the Ebola virus disease in 1976 in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Researchers named the disease after the Ebola River that flows in the Congo.
Although the Ebola virus has been present for more than 35 years, an outbreak occurred in March 2014 that began in West Africa. This outbreak has proven more deadly, severe, and widespread than previous outbreaks.
Being acellular, viruses such as Ebola do not replicate through any type of cell division; rather, they use a combination of host to spread and kill. These then self-assemble into viral macromolecular structures in the host cell. The virus completes a set of steps when infecting each individual cell.
There is no known cure for this fatal disease that eats away its victims in its sufferings.
1. Girl are you WIFI, because I am feeling a connection right now.
2. Baby when I look into your eyes , I see the whole world.
3. Girl, if You Were Words on a Page, You’d Be FINE Print.
4. If Looks Could Kill, You’d Be a Weapon of Mass Destruction.”
5. Hey girl I know I’m no Fred flintstone but I can make your bedrock.
6. Me: I can’t wait to wake up tomorrow.
Me: Because I swear you get more beautiful everyday.