Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Bullshit in any language is Bullshit

Let's take a journey on the convoluted "back engineering" concept of Mz Liar.

I would first like to ask just where did you do you scientific analyse and back engineer this man you claim is crist?

Do you have a secret laboratory where you can compare DNA evidence and take samples of blood ,sputum, semen, stool and a urinalysis samples?

Did you take fingernail and toenail samples? Are there hair strands?

Does his blood match the blood on the supposed shroud of Turin?

Where did you get your degree in forensic science?
With what equipment did you perform this analysis?
Where are the fact sheets from your scientific studies and where are the test results for said tests?

Why are they not published anywhere?

Where are the testimonies of the Doctors and Scientists who helped you "back engineer" a man that is thousands of miles away from you?

Were samples sent through the mail because if so they could be compromised if they were not sent in the proper equipment for transporting samples across the oceans...

Lets pretend you have degrees in all the fields you claim...

Where did you obtain your training to be a crime fighter / engineer/ Founder of baking soda and water for PH/Cancer and aids cure founder/private eye/computer hacker/detective/reporter/musician/poodle saver/pajama clad running the streets at midnight and spooking the working stiffs enlightener of the masses/fighter of the evil queen and pope<Yeah what's up with your change of (OOPS I ALMOST SAID HEART)lol mind about your feces queen?

Phew you sure are busy for someone who sits on a computer day and night....

I have heard some shit in my day but you certainly take the cake on you mountain of bullshit.

(system, product, design)reverse engineering - The process of analysing an existing system to identify its components and their interrelationships and create representations of the system in another form or at a higher level of abstraction. Reverse engineering is usually undertaken in order to redesign the system for better maintainability or to produce a copy of a system without access to the design from which it was originally produced.

For example, one might take the executable code of a computer program, run it to study how it behaved with different input and then attempt to write a program oneself which behaved identically (or better). An integrated circuit might also be reverse engineered by an unscrupulous company wishing to make unlicensed copies of a popular chip.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Cut your hand off so you can win


The story of the Red Hand of Ulster reputedly dates to the arrival of Heremon, 

Heber and Ir - sons of King Milesius of Spain (Galicia), who were dispatched to 

conquer Ireland in 504 BC. One of them supposedly cut off his hand and tossed it 

ashore, that he might be the one to have first claim to the land.

Or a third story that recounts a distant member of the O'Neil family.

Uí Néill and a man named Dermott both wished to be king of Ulster. The High 

King suggested a horse race across the land. As the two came in sight of the 

ending point, it seemed that Dermott would win, so Uí Néill cut his hand off and 

threw it. It reached the goal ahead of Dermott's horse, winning for Uí Néill the 

crown of Ulster.

The O'Neil clan of Ireland has possibly been associated with the red hand since 

the time of Niall of the Nine Hostages in the 6th century, a semi-mythic figure in 

his own right who is considered to be the patriarch of the clan.

But yet other possible origins for the hand include, a representation of the ancient 

Celtic sun god Nuadu, or of the open right hand or Dextera Dei of Christian 

mythology. One important note is that most Neilson arms display a left hand, as 

opposed to the right hand commonly used for the Red Hand of Ulster. The 

meaning of this distinction is unknown, but typically a left hand of the era is 

associated with wickedness.


Neilsons of Corsock - argent, three hands, bend sinister, two in chief, and one in 

base, holding a dagger azure, with a crescent in the centre for the difference. 

Crest, a dexter hand, holding a lance erect, proper. Motto: Hic Regi servitium. 

Red (Gules) was used for fortitude and creative power. Silver (Argent) typically 

meant nobility or serenity. The sword or dagger would be used to indicate justice, 

often military justice. A crescent is the cadence mark of a second son.

The crests of several Neilson arms are also found in Fairbairn's Book of Crests, 

1905, including the one described above featuring a lance. This crest is also the 

same as described for the Craigcaffie Neilsons, perhaps showing a connection.


Ashkenazic Jewry

Until the emancipation of the Jews in the late 18th century, most Jews in Europe 

used the traditional system of patrimonial Hebrew surnames. Exceptions included 

Jewish communities in large cities such as Prague or Frankfurt am Main, where 

many of the names were derived from house-signs; and rabbinical dynasties, 

which often used a town name, typically the birthplace of the founder of the 

dynasty. Such surnames were much easier to shed or change than they would be 

today, and did not have the official status that modern ones do.

The process of assigning permanent surnames to Jewish families (most of which 

are still used to this day) began in Austria-Hungary. On 23 July 1787, five years 

after the Edict of Tolerance, the Austrian emperor Joseph the second issued a 

decree called Das Patent über die Judennamen which compelled the Jews to 

adopt German surnames.[2][3][4] Prussia did so soon after, beginning with Silesia: 

the city of Breslau in 1790, the Breslau administrative region in 1791, the Liegnitz 

region in 1794. In 1812, when Napoleon had occupied much of Prussia, surname 

adoption was mandated for the unoccupied parts; and Jews in the rest of Prussia 

adopted surnames in 1845.[citation needed]

Napoleon also, in a decree of July 20, 1808, insisted upon the Jews adopting 

fixed names[5] His decree covered all lands west of the Rhine; and many other 

parts of Germany required surname-adoption within a few years. Oldenburg was 

the last principality to complete the process, in 1852.[6]

At the end of the 18th century after the Partition of Poland the Russian Empire 

acquired a large number of Jews who did not use surnames. They, too, were 

required to adopt surnames during the early 19th century.

Friday, March 8, 2013

The man steps out in the moonlight
At the sound of a scream from below.
He thinks he is a warrior
So he picks up his sword and goes.

From the mouth of the monster
He rescues the maiden fair.
But we know she's a demon
Come to lure him to demon's lair.

Through restless foliage and tall trees he leads
To a house in a clearing, a place in her fear she calls home.

"Come with me, I need you,
I fear the dark and I live all alone.
I'll give you wine and food too
And something special after if you like."

And though his body bids him
To enter in with her,
There was something in her manner
That his mind could not ignore.

Also it is whispered
In the kingdom far and wide,
To beware a little cottage
In the forest in a glade.

For who knows what magic takes place in his world?
So he just thanks her kindly preparing to go on his way.

"Come with me, I need you,
I fear the dark and I live all alone.
I'll give you wine and food too
And something special after if you like.

Come to my garden,
Taste the fruits and the spices of love.
You can't resist me,
I'm the kind that your dreams tell you of."

"So glad you could make it
We had everything arranged.
So glad you saw fit to pay a call."

Some men never listen,
And others never learn,
But why this man did as he did
Only he will ever know.

He knew he was walking
Into a waiting trap,
Neatly set up for him
With a bait so richly wrapped.

So he went inside there to take on what he found
But he never escaped them, for who can escape what he desires?

"Come with me, I need you,
I fear the dark and I live all alone.
I'll give you wine and food too
And something special after if you like."
 Nazi gate keeper for a cult. and here are more articles written by marshall (scribd.com/rising_spirit_1) and the latest one is more BS about the queen giving up her throne (Public Notice March 1st 2013) /watch?v=ZOjnMi7ro4g ~~~ (The earliest known bearer is William Galithli, who witnessed a charter at the beginning of the 13th century. Henry Gellatly, the illegitimate son of William the Lion, of whom little is known, was the grandfather of Patric Galythly, one of the pretenders to the crown of Scotland in 1291) Marshall, his Blood line is tainted, So doesnt make him heir to the throne, He's a LIAR.

OMG same vid Brian still supports the KKK and the Nazis, says himself being a german, I thought he was of Scottish descent. He's calling the Ratzinger an Israelite now and the Germans are the Essenes. This Cult of Looneytune brian marshall, where His Scripted DVD changes often. There is Nothing true about these false prophets, they just want to lure people in to appease the marshall Ego and add monies to their bank account when they can get away with it by the gullible souls they trick.

and he uses the Gwaltney Family Crest but only mentions Golightly in his Epically Long drawn out article (THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE WORLD) on my lisawonders.wordpress site. If you look it up the Golightly Shield is totally different than the Gwaltney one. Typical How marshall works magic voodoo, blending varying sources to come up with his con.

Look what I found on the History of the Golightly Family Crest: This English nickname of GOLIGHTLY was perhaps given to a messenger. The name was originally derived from the Old English word GON (to go) and LIHTLY (lightly and swiftly). In Scotland the name has altered into various forms, and is of uncertain origin, perhaps an unidentified habitation name. The earliest known bearer is William Galithli, who witnessed a charter at the beginning of the 13th century. Henry Gellatly, the illegitimate son of William the Lion, of whom little is known, was the grandfather of Patric Galythly, one of the pretenders to the crown of Scotland in 1291 (4crests.com/golightly-coat-of-arms)