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ATVOR Project This article ( ATVOR Project ) was originally published on The Portal and syndicated by The Event Chronicle . Continues... Portal Meditation By Untwine A very strong timeline runs through the date of May 25th. On May 25th, 1975 the whole 50 year process of the planetary liberation has started. On May 25th, 2010 a special portal called Mission Blue Shield was activated and it marked the beginning of the downfall of the Archons. And on May 25th, 2013, [we opened an important Portal] Cobra, Opening of the Portal So I would like to please invite everybody to connect, first with pillars of Light coming down from the motherships of the Galactic Confederation stationed all around the Earth, through your body down to the center of the Earth. And then visualizing the White Fire of AN spreading out throughout Planet Earth, and all around it all the way to the Moon, until only Light remains.
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We don't print out any letter and send it to customer, all of our cards are handwritten. We have a special team. I am the one at night time who writes letters if any owner comes. At night it is peaceful, everybody is sleeping but we are working
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have been. We have had a very good season and we can still have a very good season if we lose tomorrow, but we can have a special season by winning this tomorrow. Kell Brook says he's ready for his dream night as.
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And there's a special programme on Manchester's reaction to the deadly attack this week - Manchester Mourns - at 2.30pm - and throughout the day on Sky News
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A bank holiday weekend is upon us and we're all hoping the weather will be sunny and warm enough to make it special for all of us. The forecast has been changeable all week, with showers, possibly even thundery ones, now predicted for Saturday, despite highs of 24C. After a glorious week of sunshine, let's hope the forecasters have got it wrong, the rain stays away and the good weather remains with us throughout the bank holiday.With that thought in mind, Derby walks expert and author Denis...
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Rolls-Royce has revealed the Sweptail at the Villa d’Este car show in Italy, a bespoke model designed for one wealthy customer 2017-05-27 09:30 Rolls-Royce has revealed a new bespoke creation for one very special customer. This is the ‘Sweptail’ – a one-off collector’s item with a distinctiveSwept-tailrear end inspired by the Rolls-Royces of the 1920s. Making its debut at the Concorso d’Eleganza concours festival held at Villa d’Este, Italy, the Rolls-Royce Sweptail project began way back in 2013, when the brand was approached by one of its “most valued customers” to commission a radical new two-seater. A list of several elegant early 20th century cars from the British brand were all used to influence the design of the Sweptail. Based on a Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe, the Sweptail is entirely hand made and took two years to complete. While it may share a platform with the Phantom, every panel of bodywork is unique.
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Rolls-Royce Phantom: bidding farewell to a luxury legend The exterior styling has been crafted with design cues to both vintage Rolls-Royce machines and luxury yachts. The Sweptail name refers to the swept-tail design of 1930s Rolls-Royce motors. While Sweptail is a one-off design, it harks back to Rollys-Royce’s ‘coachbuild’ past – when it made bespoke luxury cars off a base platform – and could be followed by more unique creations. Torsten Müller-Otvös, the CEO of Rolls-Royce, said: “Sweptail is proof that Rolls-Royce is at the pinnacle of coachbuilding. We are listening carefully to our most special customers and assessing their interest in investing in similar, completely exclusive coachbuilt masterpieces. “At the same time we are looking into the resources which will allow us to offer this unique service to these discerning patrons of luxury.
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Iranians took to the polls and overwhelmingly voted to re-elect incumbent and so-called moderate Hassan Rouhani in last week's presidential election. But can we expect his next four years on the international stage to be any different from the previous years? According to Seyed Hossein Mousavian, a close friend and ally of Rouhani, while the focus of the first term was on the nuclear issue, the second term will focus on regional diplomacy. "I think in the second term he would really like to focus on the regional issues to bring peace, cooperation, engagement, diplomacy with the neighbours," says Mousavian, who also headed the Foreign Relations Committee of Iran's Supreme National Security Council. "The problem is whether Saudi Arabia would be ready … [they] now prefer to ally with Israel rather than Iran, to fight Iran." In this UpFront special, Mehdi Hasan challenges Iranian policymaker and former diplomat Hossein Mousavian to explain Iran's policies in the region and what some see as the double standards with regards to Yemen and Bahrain.
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In her recent phenomenal interview on The Sane Progressive , Beeley shreds the entire work of fiction we’re being fed, from small details which show that the “White Helmets” are literally nothing other than Al-Qaeda members wearing special hats, to a breakdown of the way NGOs are used by government foundations and plutocrats to help construct propaganda narratives, all the way up to a big-picture analysis of the general unwholesome dynamic that gave rise to these despicable manipulations in the first place. If you can set aside one hour of free time in the next few days, please give it to this important interview. If you have more time, watch it again, take notes, pause frequently, and research what she’s saying. You’ll never find such a densely-packed arsenal of weaponry for use in our media war against America’s unelected power establishment.
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9/11 happened and ten years old when the suicide attacks took place against London. This is a new generation. John, thank you. You're welcome. There's a special programme on Manchester's reaction to the deadly attack this week, Manchester Mourns on Sunrise at 9.30am
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year, the one I enjoy the most, with Chelsea becoming a real threat, Manchester United. It was a very special derby. The players they had, they were superb. Young John.
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there is still some way to go. And there's a special programme on Manchester's reaction to the deadly attack this week - Manchester Mourns - here on Sunrise at 9.30am - and throughout the day on Sky News
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be the longest period that the country spent under that level since 2006. They're saying go out and enjoy yourself, but be vigilant. There's a special programme on Manchester's reaction to the deadly attack this week, Manchester Mourns on Sunrise at 9.30am and throughout the day on Sky News
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or sugar-coating the horrific events of Monday night. Here are some examples of how the programme makers answered that question. Hello, I am Ricky, welcome to a special Newsround from Manchester City centre. You're joining us here because late last night there was a terror attack at a Ariana Grande concert
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throughout the week, whilst remaining sensitive to the emotions of our audience. Much of the revulsion at the attacks stems from it being directed largely at children and young people. One of the victims was just eight years old. That presents a particular journalistic challenge to the BBC programme and website specifically for children, Newsround. How to report on a shocking event which is of special interest to its audience, without scaring them unnecessarily.
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competitive football. Excellent. Well, enjoy the day. It will be a special moment when your brother lift the trophy. I'm going to sit by the trophy again. We spoke earlier about how this is the third edition. There was one from 1911 to 1992, one from 1992 to 2014, because there is damage that comes from players celebrating with them
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He's now third. I'll tell you what, Jewiss is looking special. He's going to want a bit of this. Will he jink left? Right? He needs to get this done and break away. Scott McKenna, he could win this. Any of the five. Any of the five could. This is brilliant
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This is grand. You've got people trying to get out of the way. Gamble's hanging on. I don't know how he's done it. Harper led across the line on the outside. He's now third. I'll tell you what, Jewiss is looking special