Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Now, it's no dogs for you...

Pic from Coast to Coast am ~ Painting: Egypt Deja Vu
Egypt, after the Big Change. Acrylic painting made in 2002 by artist Katalin E. Csikos AKA HazelMoon, hazelmoon3@

Note: This is just mystical-Egyptian coolness... or desert hotness...

Almost late night yowls, my Springtime sensational Pussycats... cool and somewhat of a blue sky on the tame prairie... good gosh, the allergens are heavy duty... either that, or the radiation is hitting... wow-yowl, some strange doings this afternoon... some sort of drone aircraft flew at about 500 to 1000 feet circling the farm fields across the way... now, this wasn’t some small plane... no, it was probably bigger than a Cessna... however, the way it flew, and the fact that it was so low to the ground for so long... no, there was no pilot... besides, it flew like someone was guiding it... and, about an hour ago there was some sort of low-tone humming engine that flew above the house... not an effing clue what that was...

Oh, lordy, the Kougaress got eye-spinning involved in research. It all started by internet-looking up ancient dogs of Egypt, in part, to connect the above painting with subject of dogs... and to prove the beyond-ancient relationship between humans and dogs. Not to mention it’s great shapeshifter research in general, and for this Big Cat’s current WIP starring Z’Pasha, Egyptian Cat Goddess. Of course, the ancient Egyptians had many different types of dogs... although, it appears there was a basic type that is sometimes called the Pariah dog, or Primitive dog. These type of dogs can be seen around the pyramids in these times. They are also all over the world. Just two examples are the Canaan breed of dog, and the Dingo down under.

Now, it’s no dogs for you...

If you haven’t seen this headline, Iran is banning dog ownership... Yes, super duper crazy times are here!!! And, no, this doesn’t mean they are giving their canines citizenship, and whatever supposed equal rights we individuals have currently, as designated by the criminal enterprise known as the UN.

But the Kougaress digresses... so easy to do in these times... If this isn’t proof the entire world has gone Cuckoo’s Nest utterly insane, and that we are under the tyranny of infantile psychopaths, hells bells, I don’t know what more you need.

Okay, granted, Iran doesn’t want the Great Satan’s version of Hollywood-PETA dog adoption. Neither does this Big Cat. It’s demeaning and insulting to dogs everywhere because it ‘cruelly’ denies dogs the ability to express their true natures.

That said, Mullahs, are you freaking, ego-maniac two year olds? Okay, put a fatwaw, or whatever the crap they put on Rushdie all those years ago, on this Big Cat. Of course, this obvious lunacy could be the final shove that initiates their downfall, and provides an opportunity for the Iranian people to take hold of their destiny, and create a new age of freedom. One can only hope for all our sakes.

Dogs would be invaluable to many Iranians, not merely as beloved and much-needed pets, but as protectors, as herders, as hunters, and as working dogs. But then, ALL THOSE who want total control don’t want folks to have dogs who will protect them, who will warn them of intruders. THEY don’t want self sufficiency where dogs assist their humans in herding goats, or sheep, or cattle. THEY don’t want any of us to be able to hunt so we can feed our families, and our dogs.

Did you know there is a huge problem with hordes of unusually aggressive wolves in some of the outlying areas of Iran? The people are not allowed to have guns, and they rely on their dogs to protect their herd animals from certain slaughter. How would you like to be out in that circumstance with no dogs?

The Persians, the ancestors of the Iranian people, were fond of and valued their dogs. Why go against such an outstanding part of the enduring and amazing Iranian culture?

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The dog is a very sacred animal in the Avesta because of its obedience and usefulness to people. The dog can protect the flock and safeguard houses against theft. Because of their helpful character, the ancient Zoroastrians respected dogs and had many rules for taking care of them. For example, if someone gave a bad food to a dog, he was punished. If someone ate a piece of bread, he had to give a handful to a dog. The ancient Iranians believed that if someone harmed a dog, his soul would never go to heaven.

The Avesta mentions 10 species of dog including the shepherd dog, village dog, and the fox. Today we have more than 37 species of dog and 400 different breeds.

One of the earliest representations of a dog in Iran is on this drinking cup from 4000 BC. It shows Persian Greyhounds or Salukis lying by a pool. Persian Greyhounds were used for hunting in ancient Iran.

Big Cat by-the-numbers ~

2:12 am... 2:22 am... 3:33... 12:12 pm... 3:33 pm... 11:11 pm... so why all the lamestream media focus on extraterrestrials and UFOs recently? The topper being JFK’s document directing the CIA to cooperate with the Russians by giving them all their UFO info. Is a war of the worlds scenario unfolding? How about project Blue Beam... the false flag scenario where the shadow gov pretends an alien attack so they can frighten the people into a one world gov? Or, have the world govs been given the word that if they don’t tell the truth about extraterrestrial contact and presence, well, there’s likely to be major flyovers. WHATEVER, something major is going on, and something big is likely on the near horizon.

Authoress news and mews ~

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Reflections in Coffee
by Rebecca Gillan

Marissa smiled distractedly at the tiny woman dressed in traditional Iranian clothing who’d just ordered one of her “micro brews.” Talbot’s Peak was no Mecca of civilization, but they did have a diverse enough population that a burka was not so rare as to stop conversations. The smile was because of what the woman ordered.

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Okay, Kittens, this was in the Kougar’s spam folder, and she thought she’d share it, and say DO NOT FALL FOR THIS. Maybe, this guy does good work??? Who knows? But, 400 effing dollars... *good lord and pass the gravy* ... good cover art, good editing and setup should not be this much. Although, if your mss is REALLY rough... well, why the heck are you even offering it for sale until you’ve polished it?
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And, you thought cell phones were only radiating your precious brain, causing tumors and brain cancer... well... guess what... big brother cop wants you! And your personal info...

Paul Joseph Watson
April 20, 2011

If there was a scintilla of doubt as to whether Americans are living in a predatory police state, then this story completely eviscerates it. Michigan state police have been using a handheld mobile forensics device to steal information from cell phones belonging to motorists stopped for minor traffic violations.

The high-tech device works with 3000 different phone models and can bypass passwords to process “Complete extraction of existing, hidden, and deleted phone data, including call history, text messages, contacts, images, and geotags,” according to CelleBrite, the company behind the device. “The Physical Analyzer allows visualization of both existing and deleted locations on Google Earth. In addition, location information from GPS devices and image geotags can be mapped on Google Maps.”

“A US Department of Justice test of the CelleBrite UFED used by Michigan police found the device could grab all of the photos and video off of an iPhone within one-and-a-half minutes,” reports

Michigan state police have been using the device to conduct 4th amendment-violating searches of motorists’ phones who have not even been suspected of any crime.

To add insult to injury, when the ACLU attempted to file a freedom of information act request to discover how police were using the devices, they were slapped with a demand for $544,680 from the Michigan state police.

The fact that Americans are now considered guilty until proven innocent and treated like terrorists by cops who have been trained that their role is no longer to “serve and protect” but to harass and abuse is fast becoming a glib concept.

The question really boils down to whether anyone actually cares. Most Americans couldn’t live without their smart phone and now give it more attention than their own children. We are being enslaved through our own overdependence on gadgets and technology.

As the ACLU points out, use of the devices is completely illegal as it clearly violates the 4th amendment.

“With certain exceptions that do not apply here, a search cannot occur without a warrant in which a judicial officer determines that there is probable cause to believe that the search will yield evidence of criminal activity,” ACLU staff attorney Mark P. Fancher wrote. “A device that allows immediate, surreptitious intrusion into private data creates enormous risks that troopers will ignore these requirements to the detriment of the constitutional rights of persons whose cell phones are searched.”

With the ACLU currently embroiled in a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security in an effort to stop its warrantless searches of laptops belonging to anyone who enters the United States, another legal fight in the case of the mobile cellphone scanner device is also on the cards.

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The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire. ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!

~ May the April showers drench you in happiness and prosperity!


And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...

Springtime sensational kisses from the Kougar...


Serena Shay said...

Life without my furry little babies, now that is a really sad thought. Our doxies have been with us for four years now and not a day goes by that they don't make me smile. More people need that happiness, that companionship, that unconditional love.

Savanna Kougar said...

I know, so true. It just goes to show how little governments in general care about the individual. I bet those high in the gov will keep their dogs, or get them if they want. All over this country, it's harder and harder for folks to have dogs because of the ridiculously high fees, taxes, and the draconian laws.

It's proven in scientific studies how health-beneficial it is to have a dog as loving companion.