Love Actually


First some personal news. Jenny and me are engaged to be married. At present that’s about as far as we have got so we have no answers to ‘What’s Next’. Even though, both of us are perfectly capable of living on our own, we decided we are probably better together than separate.

And the timing rather nicely coincides with the General Election over here. Yesterday in an election broadcast Boris Johnson parodied a scene from ‘Love Actually’.



In ‘A Tsunami of Light’ article, I wrote about a prediction or channel made by Celia Fenn where she said we were about to hit by a Tsunami of Light. This connected with 10/10, 11/11 and 12/12. 12/12 is the date of the UK General Election and also the Cold Full Moon so the next few days could be full on.

From Wiki :

‘In December, winter sets in and the Full Moon is called the Cold Moon. It is also called Long Nights Moon, and the Moon before Yule. A Cold Moon rising over the mountains. The December Full Moon is named after the cold temperatures of winter.’

What was the question ?



Love Actually.


76 thoughts on “Love Actually

  1. Frank,

    Congratulations to you and Jenny!
    It has come as a shock to me . . . . . .because . . . I . . . thought . . . . you were . . . . . . . inextricably . . . . . . . tied to that other love in your life . . . . . . . . . . . Crystal Palace! I think you should come clean and tell Jenny about those 11 (at least!) men in your life! Yes, those guys who wear shorts every Saturday outdoors even in the coldest weather! Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

    1. Ken

      Thank you !

      It can actually be a big question in a marriage. What is more important – the football or the marriage ? More than a few marriages have foundered on those rocks.

      These days I just keep an eye out on the results. Good year so far but following Crystal Palace has been a good life learning experience with the roller coaster.

      1. Frank,

        Begone Match of the Day! Now time to focus on Match of the Decade!
        All the very best to both of you!

      1. Well you know Jenny, it could have been much worse. Yes, Frank could have been a supporter of Norwich City like me! Ha!

    1. Rain

      Thank you. It feels right.

      And thinking yesterday the volcano in New Zealand and volcano in Mexico maybe connected.

      And your 2015 pic. Fits with the 512 Kazakhstan, Chernobyl, Reigate, Chattanooga link.

  2. Congratulations, Jenny and Frank!
    My version of Reigate says “NO OUTLET” so you’re in for good, guys. 🤗

  3. It’s funny to see somber old white men and women mourning about the impeachment of Trump. I mean please, he’s a crude 5 year old. You play in the dirt you get dirty.

  4. We should all reconsider these institutions we go to battle for. Childhoods End, Elena? Do real adults need presidents?

      1. I was talking to Cade about him earlier, Frank. Considered remote viewing one of his films, ‘About a Boy’, against ‘Fever Pitch’ – same author, Nick Hornby – that had Colin Firth in the lead. Also in Love Actually…

        *Oh yeah, he was in that too, Clicky. What about that Horn-by-Synk, eh?. Now that sounds like a swamp…Talk about entrainment…*

        1. I was thinking about Nick Hornby earlier in relation to Ken’s thoughts and Crystal Palace.

          And I will resist putting up another Herb Albert and his horn video !

    1. Roob,
      For some years now, I’ve received the message Brexit will trigger Texit but didn’t know what it meant. Get it done seems a good idea. Your vote matters more than you know. 🙂

    1. They look like popes in red Saturnos/Capello Romanos and vestments. In vested pigeons.
      Investigating the vested.

    1. Mr Anderson and black trenchcoats and JC Kosher.

      Article by Jessica McBride.

      ‘It ended in the JC Kosher Supermarket, a store in a Jewish neighborhood. Surveillance video showed the two suspects getting out of a stolen van wearing long black trench coats and carrying rifles, opening fire from the street as they approached the store.’

      1. Remote viewed two McBrides last night in Ad Astra…

        It’s basically the story of Horus, Osiris and the Underworld 😉

            1. Frank, that’s as “real” a story as the one written by “Raven”. From the article:

              “There’s not much ground-monitoring in this region that can prove or disprove our results, but the data we have fits together beautifully,” said Prof Paul Palmer.”

              Oh look, a white wanker (Palmer) with no proof of anything. Trump called the region a”shithole” too -another wanker with no real knowledge.

            1. There maybe more or maybe not to the pic than at first glance.


              Virgin of the Rocks by Leonardo da Vinci.

              London meridian and Paris meridian. There is More than One of Everything


              The Paris version.


              And the London version.



              1. Yesterday my SIL came back from MorROCKo and when I asked if she’d touched down she replied yes, she just reached “Vinci”. Vinci was a typo.


                1. Anon

                  I had something similar with Roob and Lieutenant Pigeon a couple of days ago. Bizarre at times.

                  The interconnectedness of all things or whatever.

                  And the Whistle-blower was named in Congress earlier but his name was redacted in all the reports. His name is wide spread if you care to look. I was hoping he was going to be called Herb Albert.


  5. All the best to you and Jen!! Pleased to see you being happy.

    My recovery from the big ugly C seems to be proceeding well. They say if all my tests come back well they will reconnect my plumbing in February

    I’m not very into public service announcements but will say this to any of your 50ish readers… go get a colonoscopy. Had I done so 10 years ago I would have saved myself a world of hurt

    1. Billy

      Thank you very much 😊

      So good to hear your recovery is going well. I’ve got a neighbour who has had prostrate cancer for about eight years now. He leads a full life. It seems to be manageable now.

    2. Hi Billy, Glad you’re recovering.
      Thanks for the PSA. In America one needs health insurance to get these things done on the regular if at all and sadly many don’t have it.
      Cancer has been on my mind recently. In fact I researched “is cancer a worm?” just recently because I read a story about a man claiming he was cured of small-cell lung cancer by taking a dog dewormer. I found it fascinating.

      Glad to hear from you.

    3. Hi Billy. 🙂 Thank you so much. Glad to hear you’re on the mend. I had a colonoscopy a few months ago after a bout of stomach problems but got the all-clear. We’ll be thinking of you in February…but please report back and let us know how it goes.

    1. Early days but exit polls indicate that Brexit is going ahead.

      Brexit means leaving ‘3D’ to me. As Above, So Below. That’s what my vote was for. I’m fascinated how this is going to play out.

      And came across a good phrase earlier. ‘You may not do God. But God does you’.

      BBC News – General election 2019: Tories on course to win majority – exit poll

        1. Anon

          You learn something new every day !

          ‘Nicole Krystal Crentsil, a 25-year-old digital marketing executive from London, is one of many Bun the Tories recipients. She told BuzzFeed News that she likes how witty the campaign is. “The use of the slang word ‘bun’ meaning forget or fuck … is such a clever way in speaking to the younger audience by using words and phrases they share with each other,” she said.’

            1. On my ride home today the phrase “idden” and “id den” made its way through my mind. Idden as in hidden and id den as in the place where the id nests.

              Tomorrow is Friday 13.

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