Harvest Full Moon Rises Monday in Summer Supermoon Finale
The full Harvest Moon will light up the night sky on Monday (Sept. 8), and this year it comes with an extra bounty. ~accuweather.com~
Harvest Full Moon mews, most precious and fun Felines... yes, the moon is lighting up the night sky over the tame prairie... currently she's blazing white with a lovely yellow overtone... early this morning, the Kougaress had to temporarily get up around six am... the moon hovered on the western horizon and was absolutely amazing and enchanting, the sight and color... or the ultra bright blood orange moon sat on the horizon... so, another very long day for this Big Cat... and ~yawn~ she's tired.
So, darling kittens, enjoy the Supermoon. According to Sean David Morton [Strange Universe Radio at Revolution Radio ~freedomslips.com~ there was an extremely heavy cyber attack against the American banking system... so serious he sent a warning out to his friends to take out some cash. This Big Cat had an intuitive sense about that before she heard Sean speak about today -- including it Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast. Whatever, it might be wise to keep some operating cash at the ready, just given how on-the-brink the world is right now. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
The Kougar penned Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast... which is posted at Kougar Kisses below, and at these two sites ~ sirenbookstrand.blogspot.com & ~ titlemagic.blogspot.com ~
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~
by Pat Cunningham
Two wolves ran through the forest beneath the fading light of the setting full moon. One was a lovely gray and black she-wolf with brown eyes and a fine thick brush of a tail. The other had a coyote’s tall ears and pointed muzzle. They had come to hunt, but spent the night more in play than tracking. Tonight their hungers ran in other directions.
Moonset caught the gray wolf in the middle of a leap. She changed in midair and landed awkwardly in a pile of dry leaves. Maureen sat up and brushed off forest detritus. “Poop.”
HOW TO STOP THE MAD-MAD WORLD 'NEWS' ~
Video: Two deer stop traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge
Two deer held up rush-hour traffic for about thirty minutes as they made their way to safety, trit-trotting across the crowded bridge. — io9.com
HMMMM... WONDER IF THIS IS THE RIPPER? 'NEWS' ~
How amateur sleuth used DNA breakthrough to identify Jack the Ripper
Jack the Ripper has been identified as Polish-born Aaron Kosminski who lived in Whitechapel and was later put in an asylum. — Mail Online
IT'S ALL IN THE QUANTUM PHYSICS 'NEWS' ~
A Physicist’s View of the Afterlife: Weird Quantum Physics
Dr. Alan Ross Hugenot has spent decades contemplating the conundrums of physics, along with the enigma of human consciousness. — Epoch Times
ONE MUST WONDER IF PEPIE KNOWS NESSIE 'NEWS' ~
Pepie The Lake Monster
A new book by Chad Lewis and Noah Voss features tales of a little-known beast of Lake Pepin, which borders Wisconsin and Minnesota. — Mysterious Universe
Lloyd's once insured the Loch Ness Monster
A strange contest held in 1971 led to Lloyd's of London agreeing to insure Scotland's mysterious denizen. — Unexplained Mysteries
THE PAST REVEALING ITSELF 'NEWS' ~
Viking 'ring fortress' discovered in Denmark
Historians believe distinctive geometric fortresses may have been built by Sweyn Forkbeard as a military training camp. — The Telegraph
SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO... DARK HUMOR 'NEWS' ~
Stephen Hawking: God particle could wipe out the universe
In a preface to new book, the famed physicist fears the Higgs Boson becoming unstable and causing a "catastrophic vacuum decay." — CNET
YOUR OWN ROBOTIC FALCON... SOMEDAY 'NEWS' ~
From Coasttocoastam.com~ Robotic Falcons Take to the Skies September 06, 2014
Clear Flight Solutions in The Netherlands has developed robotic birds of prey that can keep other birds away from places such as farms and airports, where they pose a serious threat. Known as 'Robirds' these remote-controlled flying predators mimic falcons and eagles to scare away pests. To maintain flight and convince regular birds into thinking they are true birds of prey, Robirds fly by wing power alone—a difficult engineering feat to accomplish. According to its creators, Robirds can reduce nuisance birds in a given area by 50 percent.