Wednesday, June 9, 2010

It Is Time for Solar Power

In light of recent events in the Gulf of Mexico I am convinced more than ever that it is time for us as individuals to start taking care of ourselves and looking into the possibilities of solar power. Right now is an awesome time for alternative energy sources as the world turns its attention in ever increasing ways to environmental issues. This is one option that so many of us can choose and it will benefit both ourselves and future generations for years.

There are many reasons that we have to do something and these are just a few that come to mind. First, there is our dependence on foreign oil that none of us is happy about. Second, there are the environmental impact issues resulting from the burning of fossil fuels. Third is that we are responsible people and want to do what is right and we want to feel good about ourselves and know that we are taking positive action to effect change.

Right now there are many tax incentives to help with the cost and financing can be arranged for those who need that too and a much lower power bill wouldn’t be bad either. At you can arrange to have a free solar energy site evaluation for your home or business and while at the site you can see what other energy saving products are available.

Now is the perfect time for solar power. Now is the perfect time to do something good.

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Saturday, April 24, 2010

The Bluestone Experiment

The First Bluestone Experiment
Use this area to tell us of your experiences during the experiment.
How did you get on with it?
We look forward to reading your posts and comments.
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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Regarding ‘Stonehenge Atlantis’ artefact discoveries

In the National Geographic program “Stonehenge Atlantis” of the Mesolithic period – of finds of refined artefacts’ found on the seabed around the British Isles recently...

Monday, April 19, 2010

Crystals and other stones that have power

I would be interested in any information or stories about different stones and there uses, and what they do...

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

BBC Timewatch Stonehenge Documentary II

Congratulations. At last a comprehensive overview of this important dig and a rational elucidation of the findings. This is a considerable improvement on the previous and much criticised approach taken by the BBC with the first Stonehenge documentary...

Conclusions about the BBC Timewatch Stonehenge Documentary

Having waited patiently for the much hailed BBC Timewatch documentary to reveal the evidence that Stonehenge was built as a centre of healing, I can only express my deep disappoinment at their outlandish and wholly unfounded conclusions...

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Pentre Ifan

Greetings *smile*

I spent a little time in May at Pentre Ifan. Its energy is so very peacefully powerful ...

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Footprints in the Stone

I would like to introduce you to my book "Footprints in the Stone" which is my interpretation of the evidences of our British lineages from pre and after 30,000 BC and to the present day....

Thursday, April 1, 2010

We are the Catalysts for Our Economy

We are the Catalysts for Our Economy
by Sheila Morrison

If you want to help your friends, neighbors and countrymen then we need to do something positive for them and ourselves. If you can buy a car, do so. If you can buy a house, buy one. If you can buy a new pair of shoes, lawn mower or a set of golf clubs, do what you can. Better yet hire someone. This will infuse energy, vitality, and momentum into the system by putting them back to work.
Economists have predicted it will be the small business owner who brings us back. Our money flowing through the system is more powerful than the government handing out billions.
We control our economy and the country responds to us. In fact, we are our economy and as such we should exert better control over it. Rather than listening to doomsayers and negative thinking we need to create our own opinions and ideas. Once we have a positive thought set we need to act on it. Go buy those shoes!

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Permanent Makeup, a Real Time Saver

Permanent Makeup, a Real Time Saver
by Sheila Morrison

Are your lips invisible? So pale they cannot be seen or so thin as to resemble a line drawn on your face? Until now the only thing you could do about it was to use time consuming, frustrating, temporary cosmetics. If you misapply, you have no choice but to remove it and start over. This is where learning to color in the lines while a toddler comes in handy.

Permanent Makeup, also known as Micropigmentation is a permanent, painless form of tattoo that can take the time and energy out of having to put on makeup every day. Items that can be tattooed are eyebrows, upper and lower eyeliner, lip liner and even full lips. Like anything of quality, it can be expensive but GQ Nail Salon, located in Orange Park, has the expertise to make it worth while.

To begin the Permanent Makeup process, call the salon and make an appointment for a free consultation. During your consultation you will be speaking with an experienced and well trained, certified and licensed professional Technician who will completely explain the procedure, answering any questions you may have.

GQ Salon's expert has over fifteen years experience in permanent tattoo. After ten years of hands on experience in her homeland, she was trained at the Academy of Health and Beauty in Orlando and certified for Cosmetic Tattoo in 2005. She returned to the Academy of Health and Beauty for her Advanced Cosmetic Tattoo certification in 2009. Through continuing education and dedication she stays on the leading edge of technology and the latest procedures.

First, your choice is temporarily colored on, allowing you to change design or color as you prefer. Once decided on, a numbing agent is applied for 45 minutes to an hour.
Let yourself be absolutely pampered for this part of your day. Sit comfortably while the numbing agent takes affect and have your nails done or enjoy a stone pedicure. Relax to soothing music and absorb the feel of good vibrations around you. Take time for yourself to achieve the confidence that comes with knowing you look good.

Allow several hours for any permanent makeup you decide on, the amount of time depends on what you have done. There is no rush. Patience is required for such delicate work The time spent is won back as permanent cosmetics can save 15 minutes a day or 91 hours a year, according to one website.

There are many reasons why Micropigmentation appeals to people. It is hassle free, waterproof and you need never remove it before bedtime. You can go to sleep and don’t have to worry about waking up with raccoon eyes. Become designed, defined, and refined with no 'summer makeup meltdown' ever again. It boosts your self esteem and self image. Permanent makeup allows busy people to be on top of their game, or at least look like it. Wake up looking like you just stepped from your salon.

If you either don't want to wear a lot of makeup or spend a lot of time and money applying and removing cosmetics, it's terrific. It works great for women who have difficulty applying make-up because of poor vision or physical limitations, such as arthritis. This is a great alternative for those who are allergic to cosmetics, or who have watery eyes or hay fever.

Permanent cosmetics are great if you want a radiant, carefree look while exercising, not to mention it eliminates smearing and smudging while you sweat. This is a wonderful answer for people who wish to change the shape and shade of their lips or eyebrows, for men and women who suffer from brow or hair loss, or who have sparse or fair brows and lashes.

GQ Nail Salon also offers facials and eyelash extensions,. Extensions last one month. Their Permanent Makeup expert attended Pro Nails and Beauty School in Orlando, gaining her Eyelash Extension certification in 2007 and is extremely talented.

You should understand that Permanent Makeup is a non surgical procedure more akin to what you might receive in a doctor's office (e.g. Botox injection) and not at all like a typical beauty treatment such as having your hair done.

For a few days, your permanent make-up will appear darker or brighter, and thicker than what it will heal to. When taken care of properly, it heals without scarring and lasts for several years. If needed a touch up session can be done 4 to 6 weeks after your first application.

Permanent makeup actually can be lightened or changed using several sessions to alter color or shape. GQ's makeup expert would be happy to assist you in changing what you do not want, and adding what you would like.

GQ's technician will use sterilized single-use needles and supplies that are individually packaged and opened in front of you just before the procedure. She has on display a current certificate showing compliance with OSHA and is registered with the Health Department. GQ Nail Salon uses only Premier Pigments and SofTap colors which are the best and longest lasting pigments in the industry.

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Thursday, March 25, 2010

TQ Webmasters ~ Newsletter Software for all!

TQ Webmasters ~ TQ Newsletter V1.0 Beta

Here is a great solution to your bulk emailing problems. If you have PHP enabled webspace you can have the TQ Newsletter.
All the usual problems associated with free scripts are now a thing of the past for members of the Third Quest website. The TQ Newsletter software is available [...]

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

TQ Webmasters ~ Contact Form V1.0

Getting a contact form on your website or blog can be a problem, costs are often high if adverts are to be avoided, implementation is usually troublesome and script enabled webspace is required.

All these problems are now a thing of the past for members of the Third Quest website...

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

History of Afalon or Avalon

History of Afalon or Avalon
According to legend, Afalon is the place where the first church of Christ was built. The only diference between Afalon and Avalon is the spelling, ‘F’ in Welsh being pronounced as ‘V’ in English. Consequently, spelling simply depends on the preferance of the writer or translator, or the language context.
Many people [...]

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Stonehenge as healing temple

So do you like this new theory of Stonehenge as healing temple ? Would you rather it could be proven as an astrological observatory , or something else ?

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A History of Bluestone

A History of Bluestone
In around 3050BC about 82 Bluestones were brought to the Wiltshire Downs and used to make the first circle of Stonehenge. The Bluestones, weighing up to 4 tons each, were transported on an incredible 240 mile journey over land and sea from the Preseli mountains to their new home.
For many years archaeologists [...]

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Stonehenge Topics

Please use this Category for discussions relating to Stonehenge. Suggested threads are:
Stonehenge of Old, relating to the archaeology & history of the area.
Stonehenge Today, relating to new and present developments such as solstices and threats like road building , etc . Stonehenge Mysteries , relating to popular theories about it , or ones members might like [...]

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Carn Meini – Carn Menyn

Until recently, when asked why Carn Meini is sometimes referred to as Carn Menyn, I explained that Carn Menyn is the old name. Now, courtesy of Wyn Owen, local historian, poet and good friend, I have a more specific explanation to offer...

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Just a Bulb - We all can make a difference

Just a Bulb - We all can make a difference

With continual advancements in energy technology, and the increasing public demand to eliminate our dependency on foreign oil, the future of America's energy looks promising. There will surely come a day when we no longer have to deplete our planet's natural resources nor pollute our environment in order to satisfy our energy needs, but we do not have to stand idle and wait for that day to come. We can take action right now!

If everyone made the decision to generate only half of their total home energy needs from solar or wind, it would reduce the nation's energy expense by more than $100 Billion annually. That's $100 Billion dollars which can be put into savings for our children's college funds, invested in clean alternative energy projects, or spent on consumer goods which would help stimulate our economy.

On an even smaller scale, making tiny changes can create huge results. For example, if every U.S. household replaced only one burned-out bulb with an energy-efficient, ENERGY STAR rated compact fluorescent bulb, it would prevent greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to that of nearly 800,000 cars. It would also save enough energy to light 2.5 million homes for a year.

The average home has anywhere from 50 to 100 light bulbs. When you consider the fact that you can cut your energy costs by about $30 over the life of one compact fluorescent bulb, that equates to $1500 - $3000 in savings just by changing your light bulbs. Now isn't that enlightening?

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Monday, February 1, 2010

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Home Solar Q and A, part I

If your electric bill is anything like mine, it's been skyrocketing lately. Oil prices are rising, gas prices reflect it and our heat and air conditioning follow like lemmings over a cliff. My friends have all mentioned the same thing.

We've heard for years now of 'going green' or the 'green revolution' but rarely of existing homes that have been outfitted with solar water heaters or panels to ease their electrical burden even though it has been on the news. I look around my neighborhood and surrounding areas and have yet to see even one. I know I'm not alone when I state that it would be nice to get some kind of help with our electric bills.

I had been curious to find out how easy it would be to go solar. I would love to have a zero dollar electric bill or even better, sell electricity back to the energy company. How much nicer it would be to receive a check in the mail every month instead of a bill.

It sounds like a dream. Going green and living "off the grid" have been just that until now. My curiosity led me online where I found a website called A FREE energy audit was advertised as being a phone call away.

As easy as picking up your phone? Less than an hour later I had answers to my questions and even explanations that made sense.

Josh was terrific! He asked for figures from my last few power bills to gauge my energy needs. Through satellite imaging he calculated my roof area, which told us how many panels were needed and what type. His number is (888) 674-1112 extension 84.

Josh sent me a sixteen page report via email and patiently explained everything on it, and even some things that weren't. He has information on rebates and tax credits, how much you can save over the lifetime of a solar system and even how much you can save the environment.

I now know that for less than 30k I can reduce my power bills by almost 75%! The cost is so much less than I expected! Between my states' Solar Energy Systems Incentives Program, the Federal Tax Credit impact and MACRS Depreciation my bill will be reduced by over Fifty thousand dollars.

In addition to the low cost of Solar, my impact against the environment will be much less. Over the next 25 years I will save the planet 409,000 air miles or 672,542 automobile miles. It's the equivalent to planting almost Eight Thousand trees!

My system will pay itself off and increase the value of my house. It's wonderful to know that there is an answer. I'll go into more information on my system in the next blog and steps I will have gone though as well.

Do you have questions about home solar? Please email your questions to and 'appear' in our blog! Thank you.