Churches and Cell Towers: How They Work Together to Serve a Higher Purpose

Cell phone carriers are building new remote sites and cell towers in areas and in ways that were never conceived a few years ago. This is due to the fact that most industry experts believe that only about 30-40% of the total number of remote cell tower locations have been constructed to date. The following are some of the reasons for the continued build out:

• The population has become more and more reliant upon mobile cellular technology for phone communication purposes in addition to transfer of data through smart phone, I pads, laptops etc.; thus the need for more remote and unique cell tower locations to handle the increase in demand.

• As can be seen with the major telecom carriers advertising campaigns, the leading reason why cell phone customers switch carriers is due to interruptions in their phone service (i.e. the dropped call), which is in part due to wireless signal coverage issues. As a result, the cell phone carriers are constantly seeking to upgrade their coverage areas.

• The end result in many urban areas is a resurgence of cell tower site construction. This development has been more subtle than ever before. With having to meet more stringent zoning regulations for cell tower placement, the telecom industry has developed more innovative and often times unassuming ways of meeting those new restrictions. For example, a church location. So why would a cell tower company look at a church as a possible solution to their tower site needs? Churches have an immediate advantage due to their low impact to the surrounding area. What is almost impossible to accomplish in a residential neighborhood, is typically an easier passage when requested by a church.

Consequently, an increasing number of churches are being approached to place cell phone equipment and facilities on their property and more particularly to allow the installation of a wireless antenna on their existing structures. A church is advised to have guidance to as it goes through the process of interpreting the terms of any agreement; whether that is a current cell tower lease or a proposed lease agreement for your church’s property.

A church needs to assess the fair market value of its property as it relates to the proposed cell tower rental rates for a cell phone carrier’s occupancy and use. A church should make sure that its property is properly protected from any non-monetary issues (i.e. liability, compliance, taxes etc.) that are associated with allowing a third party to occupy and use your church’s property.

Dell Tower Servers Are the Perfect Small Business Solution

Dell products often become an avid part of the conversation of those taking part in hardware discussions as a company begins to explore the options available for infrastructure growth. This manufacturer offers a wide variety of tower, rack, and blade designs with a reputation above most business technology industry providers. Server selection is typically based upon infrastructure size, functionality needs, and manufacturer preference. Dell tower servers supply a vast range of business solutions to meet both budgeting and infrastructure requirements. The PowerEdge line, in particular, consists of small to medium size solutions geared toward organizations supporting up to twenty-five employees. Models offer increased storage capacities, dual processors, and expansion capabilities. An organization can consider the 2900 series to accommodate consistently growing storage requirements or the 2800 series for improved workgroup functionality. Numerous models are available in this line to meet the individual needs of any small growing business. Resellers offer remanufactured equipment for those organizations seeking discontinued technologies or a lower investment cost.

Refurbished Servers: When Do Equipment Purchases Make Sense?

The buying principles are equivalent whether a company decides to buy new or refurbished servers. A business could be purchasing a server for the first time to accomplish a workgroup setup. In other scenarios, the current technology is being replaced to obtain improved reliability or functionality. Either change will require a thorough evaluation of organizational processes in regards to performance requirements. Multiple factors can lead to system replacement or purchasing by an organization:

  • Slow Performance
  • Consistent System Issues
  • Customer or Staff Complaints
  • Increased Down Time
  • ServerOverloading
  • Inability to Share Files or Resources

These types of issues are a sign of a growing problem that will cost less to alleviate early rather than suffer through until a later time. A small business should consider a server to run critical applications from a shared location, for improved data storage, email hosting, internet access sharing, and information backup capabilities. Refurbished servers cut costs while allowing an organization to store data safely and reduce individual computer management responsibilities. They are also beneficial when a company requires remote connection capabilities. Many companies still attempt to run local computers with file transfers being accomplished by email or a USB drive. Tower model costs have become low, making the email or USB type of file management unreasonable in regards to organizational security.

One server can provide remarkable file management capabilities by supplying a central storage location for users. Access rights are defined to create a security based approach to file access and prevent unauthorized persons from retrieving sensitive information. Data loss, access security, and various other issues are resolved with the implementation of a server-based infrastructure. Application management is another reason for considering this purchase. The timeframe for individual installations or upgrades can be a minimum of few days throughout an entire office. An organization can cut down the time of this daunting task to a bare minimum while achieving enhanced application efficiency. Dell tower servers provide increased redundancy, security, and speed. They can run the applications necessary for a strong business infrastructure. Refurbished products offer the same dependability with a lower price tag to businesses desiring affordable technology.

Detuning Towers Solves Reradiation Problem – FCC AM Compliance

Interference between land mobile or microwave towers and standard broadcast (AM) radio antenna systems is becoming increasingly common. The solution to these problems is often complex and, since the AM band at 540 to 1600 kHz is so far removed from land mobile frequencies, non-AM broadcast technical personnel are often not familiar with the demands of lower frequency technology.

In the AM broadcast band, stations are licensed to maintain very specific radiated field intensities from their antenna systems. This is true of both directional and non-directional systems. The extensive interference range of AM stations, coupled with crowded band conditions, make the AM allocation problem a complex one. Very tight radiation pattern tolerances on the order of 0.5 dB are not uncommon. The extensive near field of an AM antenna further complicates the problem. Near-field effects may extend to two miles or more, compared to dozens of feet at VHF, and measurements used to determine the station antenna pattern may extend out as far as 20 miles. To compound matters, tower heights typically used in land mobile and microwave are a significant portion of a typical AM broadcast wavelength. Thus, they are all too frequently excellent reradiators of the AM signal.

Recognizing this potential for problems, the FCC normally includes conditions with construction permits that propose new towers within two miles of an AM station to make certain that they do not interfere with the AM station operation. Even if a land mobile license doesn’t bear such conditions, the licensee is responsible for correcting problems arising after tower construction. The FCC takes the attitude that the first station in is to be protected, placing the burden upon the land mobile or microwave licensee to resolve any detrimental interaction his station installation may have with the AM broadcast station.

A word about economics. The adjustment and maintenance of an AM broadcast directional antenna system is complex and costly. The cost of initial adjustments may range from $20,000 to $100,000 or more. For this and other technical reasons, it is rarely feasible for the owner of an interfering tower to solve a reradiation problem by readjusting the AM station antenna pattern. Much more feasible is the installation of a device on the communications tower to detune it. Detuning is the technique of adjusting current flow to a minimum on a reradiating object, thus reducing or eliminating its effect on an AM station. By incorporating an appropriate AM detuning device during tower construction, costs are typically only a few thousand dollars, and future licensing delays and costs can be avoided.

How may AM detuning be accomplished? Several approaches are available. If the communications tower is short with respect to the AM frequency (generally under ¼ wavelength), any guy wires can be insulated, and the tower base put on an insulator. This breaks the current flow in the tower so that it is not a significant radiating object. However, all lightning conduits, transmission lines, and other conductive paths leading to the tower must be isolated at the AM broadcast frequency. This approach is generally cumbersome. It requires lighting chokes and isocouplers, introduces added loss in communications systems, and conducts damaging lightning surge current to attached equipment. If the tower is a significant portion of a wavelength at the AM frequency, then special problems are presented. It becomes not only necessary to isolate the tower base, but it may be necessary to install insulators at various levels on the tower in order to sectionalize it, and to install special tuning networks controlling each of those sections. Unwieldy and costly even with guyed towers, the required insulation may be cost-prohibitive for large self-support towers.

Although tower insulation techniques will always work (given a large enough budget), a far less cumbersome and expensive alternative is available for most situations. This technique makes use of the current-control capabilities of wire skirts attached to towers. In AM broadcast parlance, when used for transmitting, these configurations are known as folded unipoles. A conventional communications tower with insulated guy wires is used in this approach. No base or sectionalizing insulators are required. The bottom of the tower is grounded. All feedlines and lighting conduits are attached to the tower in a normal manner. An array of vertical wires is then arranged symmetrically about the tower, a few feet from the tower face. At appropriate points, insulators and tuning arrangements are installed in the vertical downleads. The number and spacing of these downleads, the placement of any insulated segments and the configuration of tuning components are chosen by the designer to provide the desired attenuation to AM signal reradiation from the tower.

The wire skirt, supports, and associated monitoring and control equipment are furnished as a complete kit, with standard versions available for installation on guyed towers up to 600 feet high. Custom implementations are used for very tall and self-supporting towers.

Adjustment of systems utilizing the wire skirt approach is usually straight forward. Immediately prior to tower construction, field intensity measurements are made on the AM station at appropriate locations chosen to record the AM broadcast antenna’s normal performance. The AM detuning system is then installed. Its components are adjusted as recommended by the manufacturer, while AM broadcast field intensities at the reference points measured prior to construction are observed. Adjustments to detuning components and foldwire configurations are made until measurements indicate that the tower has no significant effect on the AM pattern.

Progress in these adjustments is conveniently observed by monitoring AM current flow at suitable points on the tower being detuned. Folded Detunipole kits include a detuning control center, mounted at the base of the tower, and sample loops and cables for installation at various points on the tower. These cables are terminated at the control center for convenience of monitoring the adjustment procedure, and for periodic maintenance checks. The Folded Detunipole also has tuning coils and capacitors mounted in the control center and connected remotely to tower-mounted portions of the detuning assembly with remote control phasing cables. Remote control of tower-mounted tuning components and remote monitoring eliminate the need for extensive on-tower adjustments and current probing, minimizing the need for steeple jack services.

Whatever approach is used, some general comments on AM detuning are in order. In particular, the importance of stability cannot be over emphasized. Once the tower is detuned, it should stay that way! Reaching that happy state requires a number of measures that are not normally encountered in typical communications installations. Some of the more important areas where AM detuning systems tend to fail and suggested solutions are:

(1) Inadequate bonding of tower structure. On welded towers, each joint between sections on one leg from top to bottom should be tack welded. On field-assembled towers, all joints should be solid metal-to-metal, no paint, with one leg spot-welded all the way down.
(2) Inadequate grounding. Typically, a 12′ x 12′ ground mesh with driven ground rods on its edges and corners should be placed directly under the tower. The tower should be bonded to this with a copper strap at least two inches wide.
(3) Poorly bonded antennas and transmission lines. Every thing that mounts on the tower must be securely bonded to it. Grounding kits should be used to establish metal-to-metal bonds from all transmission lines and conduits to the tower at least every 75 feet.
(4) Inadequate control. The same high standards pointed out above must be observed whenever equipment is added to or deleted from the tower. It is possible for a single, sloppily installed transmission line to cause more interference to an AM station’s broadcast pattern than the tower alone, without detuning.
(5) Neglected maintenance. Periodic checks of the AM detuning system are necessary. Windstorms break the connections, and lightning damages components.

Of course, there are other paybacks to a well installed tower detuning system. The bonding and grounding techniques required reduce lightning damage incidents, and may well eliminate some land mobile intermodulation problems. Good practices and records also will maintain good relations with the AM station licensee, and protect the radio communications licensee from false accusations if the AM station suffers subsequent pattern problems.

For many land mobile and microwave operators, outside assistance may be necessary in identifying and resolving AM reradiation problems. AM broadcast practices and FCC regulation are quite different from those familiar to most two-way and microwave technical people. As pointed out above, errors can be very costly.

For hardware and technical advice, consultants and detuning equipment manufacturers can be of considerable assistance. For unique and complex situations, the services of a consulting engineer versed in broadcast engineering are recommended. Tower manufacturers also may be consulted for advice on any structural aspects of interfacing detuning equipment with the tower structure. So, an FCC condition that appears on a new license, or an AM broadcast tower found to be near a new tower site, need not cause despair. Help is available to solve a reradiation problem affecting a nearby AM station.

The Design of Cooling Towers

As many of us know, a cooling tower is used in industrial air conditioning systems, usually in big factories and other buildings that use a lot of heat and power, and need to be cooled down. Th cooling tower does what its name suggestions, ans it cools warm water from the system’s chiller condenser, the tower is always found at the final point of the heat transfer procedure, as after the cooling tower, the excess heat is then transferred into the atmosphere. A tower usually come in one of two designs, the cross flow and the counter flow design.

The Cross Flow Tower

With cross flow tower, the flow of the water has to be at a very specific angle to the flow of the air in order for it to work, and this angle is the right angle. A cooling tower that uses cross flow technology will be box-shaped and it works by pumping the warm water to the top of the tower, where it is then distributed to the sides of the tower and dropped through small holes there. Then, plastic air intake louvers, which can be found at the side of the tower allow the water to spread out while dropping, and following this air is then sucked from the outside in to cooling tower by several fans. This air, once it comes into contact with the dropping water is then cooled, and falls to the bottom of the tower. This cooled water is pumped out once again and circulated through the chiller, then the excess heat from the chiller is transferred to the water once again, and the warm water is once more transferred to the top of the tower, meaning that the cycle begins again.

The Counter Flow Tower

The second type of tower, the counter flow, works a little differently, as they have the passage of air flowing directly against the flow of water. Although the water follows the same pattern as cross flow cooling towers, as the water is allowed to spread out. However, these towers are more funnel shaped and there is only one single fan at the centre of the tower as opposed to several and fitted below that fan is the rotating water pipe distributor. The pipes of the water distributor shoot water from one side, and this action rotates the distributor. Thanks to the distributor, the water is the dropped evenly over the air inlet louvers, and as the water drops, it meets the air current, and the air cools the water. The water that then collects the at the bottom of the cooling tower is pumped into the chiller, heats up again and then returns to the cooling tower.

The purpose of a cooling tower is obviously to cool water, and while this was only a very brief introduction to cooling towers, there is a wealth of information on them online. So if you’d like to know more about them, start looking online, and you will be able to discover more about them, from their history, the reasons of them and even how you could become involved with cooling tower companies, it’s really up to you.

What Technology is Being Used For GPS Motorcycle Tracking?

There is nothing magical to GPS technology, 24 satellites orbiting at 55 degrees to the equatorial plane hammer the earth with precise radio pulses all day and night. These pulses are received by GPS receivers, and the location is derived based on the distance from the satellites.

However, not all location devices calling themselves GPS are really GPS. There is a technology called Assisted GPS (or sometimes AGPS) which is based on cell tower triangulation, having little if anything to do with GPS. Sometime also called “Location Based Servicing” (LBS) this uses proximity to cell towers to derive location. Since a minimum of three cell towers is required, it is not as accurate as true GPS. Some GPS motorcycle tracking devices being used now use the AGPS, since its cheaper for them and not necessarily going to give bike owners reliable help.

There are two advantages to LBS or AGPS, one is that its cheaper for the service provided and two the strength of the cell signal is stronger. However, if the device cannot pick up at least three cell towers, no location can be derived. Consequently, this technology works in more urban settings than in rural settings.

Once you have determined that you are dealing with a true GPS device, one has to determine which GPS Motorcycle Tracking is being used. Older GPS technologies require direct exposure to the horizon by either the device or an external antenna, which can make concealment a challenge. 3rd Generation GPS technology (SiRFStar III) works off of a reflective GPS signal. This means that the GPS device can be easily concealed without the need for the need for external antennas. This GPS Motorcycle Tracking technology can track inside garages and warehouses, where earlier generation GPS technologies could not.

The Lasko Ceramic Tower Heater A Great Solutions For Cold Wintry Days

Its time to batten down the hatches and get ready for those dark and chilly days of winter, have you got a extra heater or two to keep warm? How about in the office were you really can’t use a blanket and it gets petty nippy sometimes. There are many space heaters available in the market today but one brand that has gained in popularity is Lasko ceramic tower heater.

Since 1906 the Lasko Company has been producing quality products for the consumer, it is a worldwide manufacturer of ceramic heaters, humidifiers and other products. They are know for the state of the art technology and for using the highest quality standards on all products manufactured. The Lasko ceramic heaters offer a great affordable solution for those cold winter days and nights. Ceramic heaters have grown in popularity because of their ability to heat up quicker, spread the heat more evenly and cost efficiency. They run quietly even at the higher setting, that’s one thing many heaters can’t do. They are also safer since they do not have the heating elements exposed, which can be a hazard.

Among the many attributes of these heaters it is composed of a ceramic elements that is self-regulating and will automatically shut off when the system overheats. The user controls of the heaters are well located easily accessible and identifiable so as not to cause any problems in its use. Since we like to take the warmth with us. One of the nice things about them is that they are very portable and can be carried anywhere since they are light and easy to handle.

Among their top models is the Lasko 758000 Cyclonic Ceramic Heater that has a seven-hour timer with adjustable thermostat and auto thermostat controlled settings. The Lasko 754200 Ceramic Heater with Adjustable Thermostat that has 900 watt low power setting to 1500 high power setting along with an adjustable thermostat so you can set the temperature to whatever is most comfortable for you. There are many other models to choose from depending on your needs and preferences.

As with everything else technology has greatly improved in space heaters and they have become safer and quieter. These are the traits of the Lasko Ceramic tower heater and what has made them preferred by so many. If you are seeking a great affordable solution to keep warm this winter, then you should consider the Lasko ceramic tower heater.

A Kid in the Tower, A Pilot Without a License and Other Things

The unprecedented success of the air transport industry is due mainly to the spectacular improvements in safety booked overt the years. True, the convenience of being able to travel to the other end of Europe for a meeting and back the same day count for a lot, but without the safety factor, few passengers would accept the hassle of endless security queues and legroom appropriate for the shortest 10 % of the population only.

The exemplary safety record is the result of constant vigilance, safety management systems and the responsible attitudes of those working with or around aircraft.

Any disturbance that could negatively affect safety or even the perception of safety would be a disaster to the industry on a scale that would dwarf the effects of the recent financial meltdown in the world.

In a well running system complacency is one of the biggest dangers while it is also one of the most basic treats of the human character. Fighting complacency must be one of the most important items in any safety manager’s kit.

Recently however we seem to be seeing signs of a disturbing trend.

Look at this list:

• The FAA fines certain airlines for not carrying out mandated repairs
• A Delta 767 lands on a taxiway at their home base Atlanta
• A Northwest Airlines Airbus overshoots their destination by more than a hundred miles with the pilots never noticing
• A KLM 737 takes off from a taxiway at their home base in Amsterdam
• An Aeroflot Airbus does the same just a few days later in Oslo
• An air traffic controller is suspended by the FAA in New Your for bringing his kid to the tower and allowing the kid to actually talk to aircraft there
• A pilot is arrested by police in the cockpit of his aircraft in Amsterdam for having faked being a pilot for 13 years. He flew all this time without a license

If the above anomalies had been spread over several years, one might be tempted to shrug and say, well, bad but these are flukes… But they all happened within the last 6 months or so.

Irregularities are like icebergs. When they are discovered, very often investigators find that there were scores of other events that never made it into the news or even incident reports. One cannot but wonder what may be lurking under the surface in the iceberg the tip of which is represented by these seven incidents.

Is complacency catching up with us? Are safety regulators looking at the wrong things or not looking at all the things they should be looking at?

Of course it is easy to blame some faceless regulator or authority for failures in the system. At the end of the day it is the failure of the human in the system, a pilot, an air traffic controller or a technician that precipitates an incident.

But humans need help in operating the extremely complex air transport system and avoiding complacency must be part of that help on all levels. It is difficult to devise rules or technology that would prevent kids turning up in air traffic control towers but a healthy dose of common sense would probably work wonders. On the other hand, ground navigation errors can be prevented by modern technology if only more people could be convinced to spend money on such things. New business class seats and entertainment systems are of little use if the aircraft they are bolted to hits a car while accidentally taking off from a taxiway. But outdated airport surveillance technology with alarms sounding in the tower rather than the cockpit is of little help either.

Perhaps we should call ourselves lucky for having spotted this particular iceberg in time with no metal bent…yet.

Now if we could make sure that instead of just arranging the deck-chairs nicely, effective avoiding actions are initiated…

Current Technology For AM Tower Collocation

Today, equipment is available from several AM antenna system manufacturers which will provide the ability to co-locate communications transmission systems on both single antenna and multiple tower AM antenna systems. Companies have equipment which once installed, insures that the wireless antenna and coaxial cable installations have virtually no effect on the host AM tower(s), and the AM signal has no effect on the wireless antenna. Moreover, additional antennas and transmission lines can be added to the tower in the future without re-engineering the AM isolation. This means the owner can lease additional space to other wireless carriers, limited only by the tower structural capability.

On non-directional towers, an advanced folded unipole isolation system is typically used. This results in direct grounding of the AM tower. Wireless antennas and transmission lines are mounted and bonded directly onto the structure. The folded unipole uses a unique wire cage impedance transformer. In one implementation, lower portions of the cage are heavily insulated and spaced away from the tower to allow ready operational access to the wireless antenna system by tower climbers, even while “hot.” Such folded unipole tower collocation systems benefit the AM station with improved efficiency, “air sound”, and lightning protection, thus enhancing the tower collocation experience for the station. Conversion to an advanced folded unipole type tower collocation system may entail replacing the station’s ATU (antenna tuning unit) and some “on tower” construction.

Directional stations use multiple towers to form an FCC licensed radiation pattern crucial to protecting other stations from interference. This licensed pattern may not be disrupted by tower collocation. The cost-effective approach to this end is to employ specially designed isolation systems between the base station equipment and the AM tower.

Church Cell Towers – Talking on Holy Ground

Cell towers and cellular antennas have been popping up on church owned properties throughout the United States for many years and many articles have been written about the topic. As a wireless consultant I am pro-cell tower for a number of reasons. Cell towers improve public safety. Most emergency services including police, rescue and fire departments communicate through wireless technology. Cell towers also improve the quality of life of people not even subscribing to wireless services. Having a world-class wireless network in a town or municipality attracts business and is a key component of any city infrastructure.

Church properties make great locations for Flagpole cellular towers and stealth steeple sites or traditional towers. Look, God doesn’t need the money that a cell tower lease generates, but chances are your congregation’s budget could benefit from a blessing from above.

Churches need to carefully examine subleasing language proposed by the wireless carrier in the cell tower lease. They must control the ground space. Also, before signing a cell tower lease churches need to find out exactly how leasing to a wireless carrier relates to their tax status, and also make sure that the lease includes language that protects the organization. In fact, since cell phone tower leases are extremely specialized churches should “Make plans by seeking advice;” (Proverbs 20:18a) especially since leasing to a cellular carrier is a long-term commitment. However, carriers are looking for a quick deal in most cases, so don’t waste too much time in committee because the paralysis of analysis will cause the cell phone company to look at another location.

It’s funny that some people get flustered over the fact that Churches allow cell phone towers to be built on their properties. Just because an organization is tax exempt or non-profit, it doesn’t mean that they don’t need to pay their utility bills, facility overhead, youth programs and ministry staff. Talking to a church deacon recently he confirmed what I already suspected, their weekly collections have declined significantly in 2009 due to the financial downturn.

My advice for those in the congregation who are against the use of leasing church owned land for the development of cellular towers is to convince thy brethren to give their tithe and to shut off their cell phones during the Sunday service.

Norse Rune Thorn Has Power to Protect You From Cell Tower Vibrations

Rune Power of Thorn

In our high technological, politically correct society that we live in, not only have we lost our spirituality, but we have lost faith in anything we cannot measure. If we cannot see it, feel it, touch it or smell it then for this spiritually dead society it does not exist.

How woefully wrong! There are unseen powers in the Universe that put the childish machines of man to shame.

One of these powers is the power of the runes. Runes are keys to the universal creative powers. They are truly infinite in power and only when they are harnessed through one of the runic symbols can they be used by man for his betterment and protection.

Each rune is a key to a individual functional energy. One of the most powerful of all the runes is Thorn. It is the rune of Protection.

The person who wears of invokes the Rune Thorn is protected from any energy that would be harmful to his well being. It is the Rune of Protection from all harm.

Another side effect of this highly technological society, is that a lot of it is dangerous and harmful to man. The Cell Phone Towers at the present time leads the list of harmful technological inventions.

There are screams from thousands of people all over the country, “Don’t put that Cell tower HERE!”

But the government as well as the powers that be steam roll over them saying there is no proof that radio frequency emissions are harmful to humans. But there are many studies that prove otherwise.

Doctors in Australia and New Zealand have found that children living near cell towers have twice the rate of Leukemia. Biomedical engineers say exposure to cell phone towers leads to vibroacousitc diseases. These low levels of radiation lead to damaged cell tissue and DNA, depression etc.

ENOUGH! We do not need any more proof. What is one answer? Answer! The Rune Thorn. Rune Thorn is one of those mystical creative energies that blocks out the vibration of Cell Tower frequencies.

A friend of mine, a professional Kineseologist, and his friend went up to a big Cell tower. He asked his friend to point at the tower, which he did. He easily forced his friend’s arm down to his side with his muscle testing technique. Cell towers weaken humans.

Then he handed his friend the wood rune Thorn, which was hand made. His friend held it in his left hand and pointed once again at the Cell tower.

This time, the kineseologist could not budge his friend’s arm down one inch, using all his strength. This is the muscle testing technique that tells you whether a substance or an object held in one hand makes the body stronger or weaker.

Don’t believe what He did? He was using the Power of the rune Thorn. Then try his muscle testing technique with the Rune Thorn yourself. I always carry the rune Thorn on me now and I have four Thorn Runes attached to the North, South, East and Western sides of my house.

Did you ever hear about this following story? If you did not it is because the Media won’t write about it. It is the story of an Aborigine Shaman in Australia who caused a passenger jet to change it’s course and force land because it was flying over a sacred ground. He did it with the power of his mind.

What did Shakespeare say about there being more things on Heaven and Earth? The invisible power of the Runes is Awesome. Use them for protection.

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