Mazzaroth (Mazarot מַזָּרוֹת, LXX μαζουρωθ) The word’s meaning is literally ‘a garland of crowns’. but its context is that of astronomical constellations, and it is often interpreted as a term for the zodiac or the constellations thereof. (Job 38:31-32).


ANGELS:  MEASENGERS; DECODERS OF BAB”EL”= The Peculiar, misunderstood Generation of the FRIGGIN’ SYMBOLIC “FIG TREE!” (WAKE UP! ANGELS/Messengers/Decoders of Cyphers, SYMBOLS= The Language of Genesis 11 of YOUR KJV BIBLES! ANGELS DO NOT, I FRIGGIN’ REPEAT…. 


ZODIAC KILLER Treasure Island by Charlie Chan 1939 Decoded 

INFJ= Rebels, Old Souls, Ancient Priest(tess)hood, Peculiar Ones, Mystics, Gnostics, Dreamers & Visionaries, Universally Aware & scattered worldwide, DECODING Cyphers (prophets/prophetess), ALIENS/strangers= YOUR OWN SONS & DAUGHTERS, MOTHERS & FATHERS, SIBLINGS, co-workers, neighbors, pen pals, friends=Persecuted, hated, born with strength, conviction, purpose, determination, faith & loyalty to service, healers, angelic messengers spoken of in YOUR Bibles & most sacred Books (WAKE UP! ANGELS HAVE INVISIBLE WINGS & HALOS= 7 chakra AURA= Indigo Rainbow Warrior Children! Hebrews 13:2 (KJV Bible verse) Be CAREFUL to entertain STRANGERS, thereby some have entertained ANGELS unawares & Psalms 69:8 We’ve been STRANGERS to OUR OWN MOTHERS & A.L.I.E.N.S to our brothees & sisters! (YES, ALIENS is REALLY how we are described in YOUR OWN KJV Bible) Pls read YOUR Bibles description of us BEFORE deeming us heretics, crazy, lying Satan worshippers, evil or delusional! ACTS 2:17-21



Last week, he weighed in on how the line “lead us not into temptation” might be improved. NPR’s Robert Siegel speaks with Rev. James Martin, editor-at-large of America Magazine, about it.


Lead us not into temptation. That appeal in the Lord’s Prayer is recited by Christians the world over in many rites and many languages. The prayer, which begins Our Father – or, in Latin, paternoster – is a translation from the Greek. And translations of that phrase, lead us not, vary. And Pope Francis has now weighed in on how they might be improved.


POPE FRANCIS: (Speaking Italian).

SIEGEL: Francis told the Italian bishops channel TV2000 last week it’s not a good translation. The pope says it shouldn’t be lead us into temptation. We fall into temptation. God doesn’t push us, he says.

Well, for more on the significance of these words and the pope’s opinion of them, we turn to Father James Martin. He’s a Jesuit priest, editor at large of America Magazine and author of the book “Jesus: A Pilgrimage.” Welcome to the program once again.

JAMES MARTIN: My pleasure.

SIEGEL: If the issue here is that Christians believe God would not actively lead them into temptation, how has it taken a couple of millennia for this translation to be revisited?

MARTIN: (Laughter) Well, it’s actually a question that’s been bedeviling translators for a long time. Jesus would have said the prayer in Aramaic, and it was translated into Greek. And of course, you know, there are different translations of the Greek words. I think what’s challenging people is that some media sort of outlets have said the pope is changing the Our Father, but it’s really he’s looking for a better translation.

SIEGEL: But if Christians don’t believe that God should lead us into temptation, implying that it’s possible that he might, wouldn’t that make God a passive enabler of people who do enter into temptation?

MARTIN: (Laughter) It doesn’t make sense that God would lead us into temptation. The homey example I came up with a few days ago was, if you’re crossing the street – you’re a child crossing the street with your parent. You know, you would say to your parent, you know, protect me from the traffic – you know, the oncoming traffic. You would never say, do not lead me into the traffic.

SIEGEL: (Laughter).

MARTIN: I mean, it would be obvious that the parent would not do that. And I think that’s what the pope is getting. He’s saying, you know, let’s go back to the Greek, and let’s see, you know, what might make more sense and what might be more accurate.

SIEGEL: Although as you note, the Greek is presumably a translation of a missing Aramaic…

MARTIN: That’s right.

SIEGEL: …Which would be a Semitic language – very familiar to Jews from their worship.

MARTIN: Right. And so we can’t get back to Jesus’ original words. Of course you can pray the Our Father in Aramaic. It’s very beautiful. But we don’t really know Jesus’ words. And once again, Matthew and Luke, where the Our Father, you know, originate, you know, are also in a sense translating Jesus’ Aramaic for their community. So there’s a distance of about, you know, a couple of decades between when Jesus said it and when it was recorded in Matthew and Luke.

SIEGEL: So it’s a matter of translation, but it’s a matter of translating some of the most commonly uttered words in Christian prayer. How significant is it?

MARTIN: Oh, hugely significant. That doesn’t mean the pope is going to come to every Catholic Church and, you know, scold everyone who uses the old translation. He’s just saying, you know, let’s look at the Greek and see if we can come up with something more accurate.

SIEGEL: You used a verb earlier – bedeviled. This question has bedeviled the church for some time – perhaps an important word here. If God doesn’t lead us into temptation, who does?

MARTIN: Well, in Christian theology, that would be Satan. You can say the evil spirit, a spirit that moves us away from God. But it is not God who is, you know, forcing us into temptation. There are – it’s a battle in a sense between, you know, good forces and bad forces. And we’re asking God for help. That’s basically the point of the prayer.

SIEGEL: What happens with this, and should we expect Catholic churches in the U.S. to change their translation of the prayer soon?

MARTIN: Not necessarily. The Italian bishops in 2008 adopted a new translation, and the Lord’s Prayer changed a bit. And the French bishops just decided to do it this past weekend. But that does not mean that bishops in the United States are going to change things. We just went through a whole mass translation, so I would doubt that in the U.S. you are going to see any change whatsoever.

SIEGEL: Father James Martin, author of “Jesus: A Pilgrimage,” thanks for talking with us.

MARTIN: My pleasure.


FRANK SINATRA: (Singing) And lead us not into temptation. But deliver us from…

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Jethro is called a priest of Midian and became father-in-law of Moses after he gave his daughter, Zipporah, in marriage to Moses. He is introduced in Exodus 2:18. … However, Moses remained conscious that he was a stranger in exile, naming his first son (Jethro’s grandson) “Gershom”, meaning “strangerthere”.

Exodus 2:17-22King James Version (KJV)

17 And the shepherds came and drove them away: but Moses stood up and helped them, and watered their flock.

18 And when they came to Reuel their father, he said, How is it that ye are come so soon to day?

19 And they said, An Egyptian delivered us out of the hand of the shepherds, and also drew water enough for us, and watered the flock.

20 And he said unto his daughters, And where is he? why is it that ye have left the man? call him, that he may eat bread.

21 And Moses was content to dwell with the man: and he gave Moses Zipporah his daughter.

22 And she bare him a son, and he called his name Gershom: for he said, I have been a stranger in a strange land

ANGEL #s (555)

If you see 555 everywhere you go, here’s what the message behind the numbers from my book, Angel Numbers 101:

5’s mean that you are going through a positive change.

The more times you see this number, the more this message is emphasized.

Therefore, 555 is a triple number, so it’s 5 triply emphasized.

555 means you’re going through a major life change. It can also signal that this big change is coming up ahead, so prepare for it now. 555 can also be a validation that the change you’re contemplating is the best direction for you to take.

555 always signals a divinely guided change, so trust that you’ll be watched over during this change, as it’s part of your soul’s path. When you add up the three 5’s, the sum is 15, which is 6 when you add the 1 to the 5.  6 in Angel Numbers speaks about losing your fears about your earthly supply, and trusting that you’ll be financially and otherwise supported as you make this change.

GOOGLE DOODLE (Max Born, Physicist, died 1970)

​12/11/2017 GOOGLE DOODLE

German physicist and mathematician Max Born, awarded a Nobel Prize for his contributions to quantum physics, is seen hunched happily over a flurry of textbooks and scribbled equations in Monday’s Google Doodle. The illustration honors what would be his 135th birthday.

The 1954 laureate is most famous for establishing the Born rule, a theory that uses mathematical probability — rather than exact equations — to predict the location of wave particles in a quantum system. Quantum mechanics is a branch of physics that examines nature at the atomic level. The field has led to the development of major technologies such as lasers, computers and MRIs.

Born’s theory revolutionized the basis of quantum mechanics predictions and ultimately transformed technology as we know it today.

Worked with several other renowned mathematicians, Born earned his Ph.D. from Germany’s Göttingen University in the early 1900s. Of Jewish descent, he served as a professor of theoretical physics there until he had to flee Nazi Germany in 1933. For the next twenty years he worked as a professor of natural philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. In 1954, Born returned home to Göttingen to retire.

Born continued his scientific work through retirement until his death in 1970 at age 87


Revelation 9:3-10 – And there came out of the smoke locusts upon the earth: and unto them was given power, as the scorpions of the earth have power.   (Read More…)

Proverbs 30:27 – The locusts have no king, yet go they forth all of them by bands;

Leviticus 11:22 – [Even] these of them ye may eat; the locust after his kind, and the bald locust after his kind, and the beetle after his kind, and the grasshopper after his kind.

Joel 1:4-7 – That which the palmerworm hath left hath the locust eaten; and that which the locust hath left hath the cankerworm eaten; and that which the cankerworm hath left hath the caterpiller eaten.   (Read More…)

Revelation 9:7-10 – And the shapes of the locusts [were] like unto horses prepared unto battle; and on their heads [were] as it were crowns like gold, and their faces [were] as the faces of men.   (Read More…)

Mark 1:6 – And John was clothed with camel’s hair, and with a girdle of a skin about his loins; and he did eat locusts and wild honey;

Revelation 9:4 – And it was commanded them that they should not hurt the grass of the earth, neither any green thing, neither any tree; but only those men which have not the seal of God in their foreheads.

Revelation 9:1-12 – And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit.   (Read More…)

Exodus 10:1-19 – And the LORD said unto Moses, Go in unto Pharaoh: for I have hardened his heart, and the heart of his servants, that I might shew these my signs before him:   (Read More…)

Joel 2:25 – And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpiller, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you.

Exodus 10:15 – For they covered the face of the whole earth, so that the land was darkened; and they did eat every herb of the land, and all the fruit of the trees which the hail had left: and there remained not any green thing in the trees, or in the herbs of the field, through all the land of Egypt.


What might you do if a churning black cloud rising over the horizon turned out to be tens of millions of locusts headed straight for you?

The word you’re looking for is probably “hide.” Folks in Giza, Egypt — home of the famous pyramids — are presently grappling with just such a plague, having to fend off upwards of 30 million locusts according to official estimates (via Arutz Sheva). The insects arrived this weekend, coincidentally just a few weeks before the Jewish Passover (March 25 through April 2). In the biblical book of Exodus, locusts are one of 10 plagues delivered upon Egypt after the pharaoh refused to free the enslaved Israelites . (The rest of the plagues include all sorts of nastiness, including frogs, lice, hail, boils and the death of every firstborn Egyptian son). It sounds like this modern-day version is already taking its toll, too, attacking farms in the area and doing considerable damage to local agriculture.

Officials are warning locals not to burn tires (apparently smoking rubber is to grasshoppers what citronella is to mosquitoes) out of concern that the fires could spread. And in nearby Cairo, they’ve reportedly had some success dealing with the insect inflow: Egypt Independent cites the country’s Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation as claiming to have eradicated 95% of the Cairo-specific swarms, though estimates place that total at just north of 17,000 — a tiny fraction of the total.

The upside? It’s not clear there is one, although locusts are considered edible in parts of the Middle East so there’s plenty of protein for the adventurous. Even better: local meteorologists predict strong winds on the way, which Egypt’s Agriculture Minister has said he hopes blows the bugs out of the country altogether.


This versatile Chinese helicopter can transport troops and provide fire support with its heavy MGs and rockets.
— Stockpile caption

The Locust Assault Helicopter is the PLA transport and support helicopter and the cheapest armed helicopter in the game with the shop price of $40k. It uses a coaxial rotor system, negating the need for a tail rotor.

The Locust is the PLA workhorse, doing tasks such as close air support, troop transport, crate transport and HVT pickups. This helicopter does not have an Allied Nations counterpart, the closest example being the Liberator due to the fact that they are the transport helicopter. However, the two helicopters are in no way similar beyond the point that they fly.

The Liberator has no pilot controlled weaponry and is not meant to be a combat helicopter, while the Locust is highly versatile with its high lift capacity and medium/heavy armament.


The quadruple .50 caliber guns on the helicopter make it very effective against armor is armor types 2 or less but still less effective than miniguns, the thirty-eight rockets will be easily able to deal with everything else. The dual .50cal gun pods contain a total incredible amount of 1200 rounds in each, making it very unlikely to run out of ammunition on the guns. 

The Locust is best used against infantry and light armor. It can destroy heavier armor, but the risks of getting hit increase and the rocket ammunition will be used up quickly.

Its lack of speed and maneuverability makes it vulnerable since ground targets (such as tanks and SAMs) often shoot back. If the area the player is entering is guarded by SAMs it is advised the player changes course. However, if attacking infantry backed by light to medium armor vehicles the Locust is an adequate and extremely inexpensive killing machine.

The helicopter’s survivability is quite good against SAMs and AA fire but it has a poor ability to dodge effectively. The cockpit will protect the pilot from small arms, .50cal rounds and minigun bullets, so the crew is safe from harm as long as they are inside.

This helicopter has very good lift capacity, being able to lift heavy armor and even a Bladesong Missile Boat, but it loses maneuverability and speed by doing so.

Since this vehicle delivers the support and capture troops for an outpost capture mission, you could easily get free helicopter deliveries as well as free backup by accepting a PLA outpost capture contract, calling in support and hijacking the helicopter.

It is often used to destroy stationary targets such as buildings in “destruction target” bounty and HVTs due to its cos-effectiveness:

At the price of 50k, it gives 38 rockets. That is one-seventh the price of a Warsong helicopter (350K), and offers more than half of the Warsong’s rockets (68 rockets).

Real life

The Locust is based on the Russian Kamov Ka-29 Marine Assault helicopter, an attack variant of the Kamov Ka-27. Only around 50 Ka-29’s were ever manufactured. Its main operator is the Russian Navy and is used aboard the Admiral Kuznetsov class aircraft carriers and Sovremenny class destroyers.