Saturday, May 27, 2006

Classic Nasik Aharon Classes Available on "CD"

Digitally re-mixed classic of Nasik Aharon are now available. Timeless classes such as "The Law of Increase", "Removing The Curse of Tempermentalism", and "The Secrets Hidden in the Mind of Yah" just to name a few are now available. Classes taught by his son and student Ahk Keymah are also being released. Please contact Ahk Keymah at for more information.

Earthquake kills nearly 2,000 in Indonesia

Quake Also Triggers Heightened Activity at the Deadly Mount Merapi Volcano
YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia (May 27) - A powerful earthquake flattened homes and buildings in central Indonesia early Saturday, killing more than 2,500 people and injuring thousands more in the country's worst disaster since the 2004 tsunami. The magnitude 6.2 quake struck at 5:54 a.m. near the southwest of the city of Yogyakarta, 250 miles east of the capital, Jakarta, as many people slept, causing death and damage there and in at least two other nearby towns, officials said. Click Here:

Friday, May 26, 2006

Hebrew Israelites hail Eurovision 'win'

By Ira Moskowitz - 5/27/06
The Hebrew Israelite community in Dimona marked the 39th anniversary of its "exodus" from the United States this week with a two-day "New World Passover" celebration. Hundreds of guests - including a number of foreign delegations - joined over 1,000 local participants in the festivities, which culminated last night with performances by two members of the local community: Eddie Butler, who represented Israel in the Eurovision song contest last weekend, and Shadahyah, who is about to embark on a world tour. Full Article Click Here:

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Dimona Mean Judeans whips Zion Tours

Jerusalem Post
Zion Tours risked a loss by starting Noam Zwilling as pitcher for development purposes. Zwilling, who has lots of speed but also has control issues, is improving, and coach Richard Duffy saw it as an investment for the future. The majority of Dimona's 14 runs scored on walks and wild pitches as pitcher Yaron Ben Israel kept the Zion Tours bats in check.

Global warming risk 'much higher'

By Richard Black Environment Correspondent, BBC News website

Global temperatures will rise further in the future than previous studies have indicated, according to new research from two scientific teams.
They both used historical records to calculate the likely amplification of warming as higher temperatures induce release of CO2 from ecosystems.
They both conclude that current estimates of warming are too low, by anything up to 75%. It predicts that the global average temperature would rise by between 1.5C and 4.5C if human activities were to double the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere.
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