Saturday, August 25, 2007

1609 Galileo demonstrates his 1st telescope to Venetian lawmakers

On this date, August 25, 1609 Galileo demonstrates his 1st telescope to Venetian lawmakers

Galileo Galilei (15 February 1564 – 8 January 1642) 78 years - was an Italian physicist, mathematician, astronomer, and philosopher. He is most famous for his defense of heliocentrism which was highly controversial at the time. Heliocentrism taught that the sun was a stationary object and the earth revolved around the sun. The most popular concept at the time was geocentrism which was the official position of the Catholic Church. Geocentric position stated that the earth was the center of the universe and the sun and other heavenly bodies revolved around the earth.

It is Saturday morning, I am going to work on my blog in the mornings for a while instead of at night and see how this works out. At night is when I do the majority of my studies and writing.
On Friday I finished up my mail and then made a trip into town (we are 17 miles from Harrison) and got a couple of things we needed at the Soldiers of the Cross Bible Camp.
I have some pictures I am going to place here. The first is a photo of our office, the second is the Kids Korner where we have children classes during our meetings. We never leave the children unattended. So many meetings held by White Nationalists center on the adults, kids usually aren't even invited. But we try to give equal attention to the kids also. In fact it is likely that the focus on the kids is more important. This is where the foundation of racial integrity can be built.
The next photo is of the Christian Revival Center. The photos may be a little dark as they were taken late in the evening. We are almost ready for congress.

Stormfront in going to broadcast it on Stormfront Radio. Derek Black will be here this coming week and everyone is excited about being here. The letters I get or the calls of excitement are exciting for me. It is going to be great. If you haven't made a decision to be here then you have got to do it.

We have some exciting things going on.

I won't be writing on my blog until Tuesday morning.

God bless!

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