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  • Hints of Pluralism in Egyptian Religious Demonology Between Luciferian and Muslim Brotherhood Amorth Eve (2. Cor. 11:3; Rev. 12:9). Satan brought death itself into the world (Heb. 2:13), being ever the tempter (1. Cor. 7:5; 1. Thess. 3:5; 1. Peter 5:8), even as he tempted Jesus (Matt. 4). The Christian demonology and belief in the devil dominated subsequent periods.[6] However, though the New Testament includes the conception that Satan fell from heaven with the velocity of lightning (Luke 10:18; Rev. 12:7-10), [7] it nowhere applies the name Lucifer to him. The Jewish Encyclopedia states that in the apocalyptic writings, the conception of fallen angels is widespread. Throughout antiquity stars were commonly regarded as living celestial beings (Job 38:7).[7] Indications of this belief, behind which probably lies the symbolizing of an astronomical phenomenon, the shooting stars, are met with in Isaiah 14:12. [edit] The Morning Star in Isaiah 14:12 The Book of Isaiah has the following passage: christian on the run in egypt 'aida' brings ancient egypt to tuacahn as egypt's mubarak comes to washington, labor unr est surges at home big names left out of egypt squad captive egyptians defeat somali pirates, sail free egypt labor strikes point to desperate conditions egypt restoring historic synagogue egypt: 26 hizbullah suspects stand trial egypt: 34 fishermen free months after hijacking egypt: 34 fishermen freed months after somalia hijacking egypt: israeli freeze must include east jerusalem egypt: us to release mideast peace-talk plans in sept. egyptian crew members overpower ...
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  • Mekon Oranges みかん One of the best things about Winter in japan is the ubiquitousness of Mekon Oranges.
  • Dangers of Molecular Nanotechnology (MNT) Prt 2 NANOWEAPONRY: THE NEWARMS RACE - Nanofactories make the manufacture of many kinds of weapons possible with incredibly accurate computerized systems. While older technologies were both difficult and costly, nanoweapons could be manufactured easily and quickly. Conventional style weapons made more powerful and new weapons such as poison-carrying nanorobots could be made by the billions nearly cost-free and delivered remotely. Once inhaled, they might even be tailor-made to kill only people with specific genetic signatures, thus used as a means for ethnic cleansing. An arms race could trigger reckless development and testing of new weapons with unpredictable results. Experts agree this is probably the #1 potential danger of molecular nanotechnology. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND EXISTENTIAL DANGERS - The use of nanofactories to make countless cheap, durable products could lead to 'disposable thinking' where products are created en mass and discarded in abundance, overwhelming recycling needs and the environment. Poor nations might use biomass (carbon-rich trees) as fuel for nanofactories, leading to increased deforestation. Experimentation in nano-augmentation of plants and animals (for example, to make them larger, smaller, faster, stronger, etcetera) could easily lead to runaway consequences in the wild ("green goo" vs "gray goo") that could threaten existing plants and animals, affect the food chain, and pose unforeseen threats to human life. This is a prime concern. Ecophage ...
  • BILLY MAYS DEAD EXCLUSIVE VIDEO Billy Mays Dead Mays, 50, was found unresponsive by his wife inside his Tampa, Fla., home at 7:45 am on Sunday, according to the Tampa Police Department. Police said there were no signs of forced entry to Mays' residence and foul play is not suspected. Authorities said an autopsy should be complete by Monday afternoon. "Although Billy lived a public life, we don't anticipate making any public statements over the next couple of days. Our family asks that you respect our privacy during these difficult times," Mays wife, Deborah, said in a statement on Sunday. Mays was well known for his numerous television promotions of such products as Orange Glo and OxiClean. He was also featured on the reality TV show "Pitchmen" on the Discovery Channel, which followed Mays and Anthony Sullivan in their marketing jobs. Born William Mays in McKees Rocks, Pa., on July 20, 1958, Mays developed his style demonstrating knives, mops and other "as seen on TV" gadgets on Atlantic City's boardwalk. For years he worked as a hired gun on the state fair and home show circuits, attracting crowds with his booming voice and genial manner. After meeting Orange Glo International founder Max Appel at a home show in Pittsburgh in the mid-1990s, Mays was recruited to demonstrate the environmentally friendly line of cleaning products on the St. Petersburg-based Home Shopping Network. Commercials and informercials followed, anchored by the high-energy Mays showing how it's done while tossing out kitschy ...
  • Reflections of a Compassion Traveller - Mel in India Day 2 Compassion Australia employee Mel Carswell (Supporter Communications Manager) meets sponsored children and staff in India. Today Mel reflects on community, the power of prayer, and the ubiquitousness of Barbie after visiting a leprosy colony in Purulia.
  • eSmog Does Not Have Borders - An Interview with Walter Laufs eSmog Responders, Int'l proudly introduces renowned German physicist, researcher and naturopath, Walter Laufs, and his proprietary, innovative and scientifically substantiated iHiTechnology. Mr. Laufs has dedicated the last 25 years of his elaborate research to finding viable solutions against the resident dangers of electrosmog. (Voice-over: Linda Joy, lindajoy@)
  • Fireside Chat with Ross Reynolds and Hanson Hosein - The Future of Digital Media Topic: The rapidly changing environment for business and media because of changes brought on by digital media. Will Twitter abide? Whats the future of social networking? Whats the future of news? Hosted by the Sorrento Hotel and 94.9 KUOW Radio. KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio is a service of the University of Washington. This event took place on 8/17/09 in Seattle, WA, USA. More: In its heyday, the Fireside Room at the Sorrento Hotel served as a civic hub, where thought leaders convened to exchange ideas about the arts, culture and politics, and the community gathered for music performances and poetry readings. As part of ongoing programming to celebrate its centennial, the Sorrento, Seattles oldest boutique hotel, is collaborating with Ross Reynolds, host of KUOWs The Conversation, to hold a series of monthly Fireside Chats. The public is welcome to attend the free chats, which will be taped and then excerpted for broadcast on KUOW the next day. The first Fireside welcomes Hanson Hosein, Director of the Master of Communication in Digital Media at the University of Washington in Seattle, independent filmmaker, a former NBC News war correspondent and investigative producer, and Emmy Award winner.
  • Phranc - Everywhere I Go (I Hear The Go-Go's) For more from the Apology: Roasting The Go-Go's playlist click here: or check out Phranc - Everywhere I Go (I Hear The Go-Go's) Released as a bonus track on the 1985 re-release of her debut album "Folksinger" on Island Records. Written in the early 1980s (and released in 1985), this is Phranc's "ode" to the ubiquitous-ness of her punk rock compatriots the Go-Go's at the time. Having a great sense of humor about it all, the Go-Go's even had this track played immediately before they took the stage every night on their 1990 reunion tour. Phranc, the self-styled "All-American Jewish Lesbian Folksinger", began her performing career in the late 1970s and early 1980s punk scene in Los Angeles. She had a bleach blonde crewcut and wore male attire creating an androgynous persona for her first band Nervous Gender, which formed in 1978. In 1980 she left Nervous Gender to join Catholic Discipline, in which Claude Bessey, journalist for Slash zine, was the lead singer. She was also in Castration Squad, an all-girl punk band. Phranc appears with Catholic Discipline in The Decline of Western Civilization, a documentary by Penelope Spheeris. In the 1980s Phranc pursued a solo career. She performs in Paul Morrissey's film Madame Wang's (1981) as Phranque. She began playing an acoustic guitar and released Folksinger on Rhino Records in 1985 (later licensed to Island Records). She opened for music acts such as The Smiths, Hüsker Dü, Violent Femmes ...
  • Some things are uncommon... The ubiquitousness of the herpes virus is communicated by juxtaposing it with imagery that is anything but!
  • 'Infomercial King' Billy Mays Found Dead in Home Mays, 50, was found unresponsive by his wife inside his Tampa, Fla., home at 7:45 am on Sunday, according to the Tampa Police Department. Police said there were no signs of forced entry to Mays' residence and foul play is not suspected. Authorities said an autopsy should be complete by Monday afternoon. "Although Billy lived a public life, we don't anticipate making any public statements over the next couple of days. Our family asks that you respect our privacy during these difficult times," Mays wife, Deborah, said in a statement on Sunday. Mays was well known for his numerous television promotions of such products as Orange Glo and OxiClean. He was also featured on the reality TV show "Pitchmen" on the Discovery Channel, which followed Mays and Anthony Sullivan in their marketing jobs. Born William Mays in McKees Rocks, Pa., on July 20, 1958, Mays developed his style demonstrating knives, mops and other "as seen on TV" gadgets on Atlantic City's boardwalk. For years he worked as a hired gun on the state fair and home show circuits, attracting crowds with his booming voice and genial manner. After meeting Orange Glo International founder Max Appel at a home show in Pittsburgh in the mid-1990s, Mays was recruited to demonstrate the environmentally friendly line of cleaning products on the St. Petersburg-based Home Shopping Network. Commercials and informercials followed, anchored by the high-energy Mays showing how it's done while tossing out kitschy phrases like, "Long ...