Nuclear Rosy Posy

In my last installment of ‘The Royal Janitor’ I have my Gay Lovers tackle Rosatom again. Alas I have identified what White Liberal Democrats want….The Clever White Secular Wizard of Oz! Problem is, there can on be One Ken Kesey. Ken would show Trump – what for!

Erdogan warns of another Chernobyl. Zelensky says Putin is WEAPONIZING their plant they took hostage. Let’s ask The Merry Pranksters what they will do in this Nuclear Crisis.

Have you noticed that The Trumpites are draped in American Flag Wear? The photo of me above was taken in 2011 at Eugene OCCUPY meeting.

I just posted this question on Christine Drazen’s Facebook where she cranks out more Jesus Fog on to The Ward, she wants Oregon to be turned into. This is Nurse Ratched who will take the tax on Marijuana cigarettes, and build Jesusville Waiting For More Trumpower U.S.A.

“What about Pot Growers and their harvest that produce Secular Tax Dollars? Do Christian churches contribute to our State Treasure Chest?”

Seer John

https://www.facebook.com/ChristineforOregon

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“A ring a ring of roses, a pocket full of posies, Atishoo! Atishoo! We all fall down.”

Ring a Ring o’ Roses – Wikipedia will tell you more.

It comes form the time of the Black Death – the stench of the dead was overwhelming – so people had bunches of fragrant flowers with them – “posies” to offset the stench.

A ring of roses were the blemishes that would appear on the bodies of those afflicted with the plague.

Starfish vs. Rosatom

Posted on August 5, 2022 by Royal Rosamond Press

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The Royal Janitor

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John Presco

Starfish Tackles The Octopus

No sooner did Starfish enter the 400 meter hurdle race -with forged documents handed to her by an agent of BAD – then our track star got a personal call from The Wizard.

“Victoria and I have been talking about your – behind your back – could you tell?

“No!” said Starfish, she in rare, shock!”

“Good! It worked! Professor John Von Bond is a psychic, and he showed us how to put up a psychic block. This is the reason your two never go along. He knews you were very psychic, and was blocking you. Do you know how psychic you are?”

“Yes – and no! As a Christian I am now allowed to subscribe to supernatural powers. We can not consult a witch, like King Saul did. This led to his……”

“Never mind about that. We want you to try to contact Griner in her cell – where she is freaking out. We want you to ground her. We want you to take her being into the Rose of the World Matrix – and calm her down! Find a place to lie down. The Professor Bond is going to come to you! You know the story of Jonah and the Whale?”

“Of course!”

“You are Jonah, and John Von Bond…..is the whale! Meditate on this.”

Ken Kesey and “Ritual Reality”

Posted on February 2, 2016 by Royal Rosamond Press

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“People want to be involved in a ritual.”

In this video Ken talks about “Ritual Reality” while in England searching for Merlin. Some say there was a ritualistic Labyrinth Walk at Stonehenge that Ken and Pranksters visited. Joaquin Miller, the first world-renowned writer from the Emerald Valley, had dinner with the Pre-Raphaelite Artists and Writers who rendered works from Arthurian Legends. They did paintings of Fair Rosamond that King Henry put in a Labyrinth. Some say Henry found the grave of Arthur and Guinevere – that contained Excalibur! Joaquin was like the Wizard of Oz. Ken played the Wizard in his drama ‘Twister’. The Ken Kesey Labyrinth would have a yellow brick road. Images of Stonehenge would appear on the walls. If we build it, he, will come, the one Kesey searched for……found!

Ukraine latest updates: Erdogan warns of ‘another Chernobyl’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres shake hands after a joint news conference
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres shake hands after a joint news conference following their meeting in Lviv, Ukraine August 18, 2022 [Gleb Garanich/Reuters]

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  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country was worried of “another Chernobyl”, amid ongoing fighting at the Zaporizhzhia power plant in Ukraine during a trilateral meeting on Thursday with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and UN chief Antonio Guterres.
  • Zelenskyy has urged the United Nations to “ensure” the security of Europe’s largest nuclear power plant which is currently under Russian control.

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  • New video has emerged online showing Russian military vehicles inside a turbine hall connected to a nuclear reactor at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia power plant, where intensified shelling has fueled fears of a nuclear disaster.
  • A pro-Russian official said there were several artillery strikes in the area around the plant on Thursday evening. UN chief António Guterres called for the area to be “demilitarized” after a meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Lviv.
  • Guterres also said there are signs that global food markets are beginning to stabilize in the wake of the agreement to provide safe passage for merchant ships from Ukrainian Black Sea ports.

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UN chief says electricity generated at Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant belongs to Ukraine

From CNN’s Jorge Engels

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres makes a statement during his visit to a port in Odesa, Ukraine on August 19.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres makes a statement during his visit to a port in Odesa, Ukraine on August 19. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres on Friday said electricity generated at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant belongs to Ukraine, following reports that the Kremlin could divert electricity produced at the plant to Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine.

“Obviously, the electricity from Zaporizhzhia is Ukrainian electricity and it’s necessary – especially during the winter – for Ukrainian people. And this principle must be fully respected,” Guterres said during his visit to the Ukrainian port of Odesa.

Guterres also reiterated his calls to create a demilitarized zone around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant.

His comments come after Energoatom, Ukraine’s state-run nuclear power operator, claimed earlier on Friday that Russian forces at the plant are “planning to stop the working power units in the near future and disconnect them from the communication lines supplying power to the Ukrainian power system.”

Energoatom’s claim is the latest in a barrage of accusations made by each side about security and military action at and around the plant, the largest nuclear complex in Europe. The lack of independent access to the plant makes it impossible to verify what is happening there. 

While pro-Russian officials are on record as saying their intention is to divert electricity produced at Zaporizhzhia to Russian-occupied parts of Ukraine, no timeline for such action has been announced. 

Energoatom also said that the Russians had told the management of the plant “to limit the admission of personnel to the plant today, August 19. Only operative personnel who ensure the operation of the power units are allowed on the site.”

An administrative worker at the plant told CNN Friday that “we planned to be at work today, but on Thursday evening the manager announced that we are [staying] at home.” The worker has spoken with CNN on previous occasions; their identity is not being disclosed for their security.

Energoatom blamed Russian forces for several artillery strikes that occurred in the area late Thursday. It said the strikes were at short range.  

CNN is unable to verify what strikes occurred and who was responsible. Over the past month, a number of rockets and shells have landed on the territory of the plant, according to satellite imagery analyzed by CNN. 

CNN’s Tim Lister and Oleksandra Ochman contributed reporting to this post.45 min ago

IAEA visit to Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant might happen in early September, Russian official says 

From CNN’s Uliana Pavlova and Tim Lister

A serviceman with a Russian flag on his uniform stands guard near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant on August 4.
A serviceman with a Russian flag on his uniform stands guard near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant on August 4. (Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters)

A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency may be able to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in early September, according to Mikhail Ulyanov, the Russian representative in Vienna where the IAEA is based.

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