Christopher Loring Knowles’ Items:
Website: The Secret Sun
Christopher Loring Knowles is the author of the Eagle Award-winning “Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes”, co-author of “The Complete X-Files: Behind the Series, the “Myths, and the Movies” and “The Secret History of Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Mysterious Roots of Modern Music”. He was an associate editor and columnist for the five-time Eisner Award-winning Comic Book Artist magazine, as well as a writer and reviewer for the UK magazine, Classic Rock.
He has appeared on ABC’s 20/20 and Vh1’s “Metal Evolution” and several radio shows including “Mancow in the Morning”, “National Public Radio” and the “Voice of America”. He has also appeared in several documentaries such as “Wonder Woman: Daughter of Myth and The Man”, “The Myth: Superman”. He was invited to lecture on science fiction, mysticism and mythology at the legendary Esalen Institute at Big Sur, California in 2008 and 2009. He blogs regularly on The Secret Sun.
Greg Ahrens’ Items:
2- Steve Mnuchin watched the solar eclipse from atop Fort Knox, literally a building filled with gold.
3- Mnuchin and Sen. McConnell viewed the eclipse from the lawn of the Bullion Depository, not the rooftop.
A post on McConnell’s official Facebook page, attributed to the senator, said Thursday that he and Mnuchin viewed the eclipse from the roof. “The U.S. Department of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and I in front of the main door to the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox before we viewed the #solareclipse from the rooftop today,” said the posting, which featured an image of the two men, McConnell holding eclipse glasses.
After media reports about the Facebook post, including in this story, the Treasury Department said in a statement that the viewing was from the lawn.
“The Mint staff had originally suggested that the delegation watch the eclipse from the roof but the Secretary specifically canceled that part of the tour. They watched it briefly from outside before they entered [before the actual time of full eclipse],” the statement said.
McConnell’s office has revised its Facebook page to remove the reference to the rooftop and declined to say how the error was made.
Mnuchin and McConnell were keynote speakers at the Greater Louisville Inc. luncheon at the Olmsted, a historic widows’ and orphans’ home that has been converted into an event venue, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The partial eclipse in Louisville began at 12:59 p.m. and ended at 3:51 p.m.
The next stop, at Fort Knox, marked a rare visit to the gold vault, which has been closed to outsiders for decades. McConnell told journalists that day that Mnuchin invited him along for the visit, saying, “It just kind of came up as a result of a casual conversation.”
Mnuchin thanked the U.S. Mint staff on Twitter after the visit, which he said was the first for a treasury secretary since 1948. “Glad gold is safe!” he tweeted.
3- Map of Ec;ipse path showing Fort Knox and Washington DC. The Washington Post. Source: NASA.
Greg Ahrens is an Associate of ENTERPRISE MISSION, having collaborated with Richard C. Hoagland on several papers beginning with an investigation of the Norway Spiral in 2009.
“I became interested in Space at an early age, and watched the early Project Mercury launches on TV in grade school. My youngest brother was born on the same day as John Glenn’s first American orbital flight. My father was a mathematician and systems analyst for a major aerospace corporation and I was an avid reader of my dad’s Aviation Week & Space Technology magazines.”
Ahrens served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam Era. He studied Political Science, and Spanish and Spanish-American Language and Literature at the University of Missouri- St. Louis. After working at a number of varied jobs he finally earned a B.A. in “Individual Studies” at Columbia College in Columbia, MO.
Dr. Robin Falkov’s Items:
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The pieces all fit together. Why is Jerry Brown suddenly concerned about “discrimination” against gay men? Why does he want them to be able to donate HIV or any other disease infected blood, contaminating California’s blood supply? Where else will that blood be used? Where else will this travesty to contaminate blood supplies be allowed?
Here is an excerpt from the Tim Bolen Report:
“According to Senator Wiener’s bio on Wikipedia, “Wiener joined Assembly member Todd Gloria to author a SB 239, which aims to change the laws that make it a felony to expose someone to HIV without their knowledge (and thus without their consent). Wiener (a homosexual himself) said that the laws unfairly single out HIV positive people.”
Dr. Robin Falkov