Confessions of a King

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

It is true that I am related torepparttar King family and also torepparttar 148374 hamilton/Stewart BEES. Despiterepparttar 148375 family talk that gave me insight as a young man I have taken decadess to piece together their intrigue as they createdrepparttar 148376 New World Order (which is not so new).

Rufus King: (Said to berepparttar 148377 fifth most important person inrepparttar 148378 founding of America by another researcher.)

I have also presented a great deal of possibility-thinking in regards torepparttar 148379 elite families and their noble lineages or genetic manipulations includingrepparttar 148380 Merovingians that includerepparttar 148381 likes ofrepparttar 148382 Randolphs and Churchills. This is an incorporation of special people into their bloodlines beyond what Gardner documents in Genesis ofrepparttar 148383 Grail Kings. Lord Mountbatten may have known what I suspect is true, but few others could. Paschal Beverly Randolph, like his ancestor Peyton Randolph, almost certainly was one ofrepparttar 148384 top people in this foul and esoteric plot even if he was not part ofrepparttar 148385 Crowleyan Perdurabo ritualistic soul-grabbing which I have inside information or personal experience about. I have written about it in other books. It includes Thomas Jefferson who was given special tutelage byrepparttar 148386 Newtonian alchemist byrepparttar 148387 name of Professor Short forrepparttar 148388 formative period of Jefferson’s education at William and Mary University. I will probably never haverepparttar 148389 whole picture and yet this book will attempt to shed some light on these racial issues and genetic engineering they have engaged which surrounds Frederick Douglass and Thomas Jefferson. It was something I was once going to do in honor of my ancestor Rufus King who wasrepparttar 148390 first man in New York to publicly free his slaves. However I droppedrepparttar 148391 project when I discovered some disturbing things about Thomas Jefferson who I had admired greatly and still feel is one ofrepparttar 148392 great people of recent history.

I now begin to suspect Rufus King was an elitist paladin of high standing in these intrigues. He was involved inrepparttar 148393 negotiations aboutrepparttar 148394 Louisiana Purchase even though he wasrepparttar 148395 English contact. Does this meanrepparttar 148396 English Royals were behind or a part ofrepparttar 148397 whole matter? Here is a little reference about letters involving him andrepparttar 148398 Louisiana Purchase. “34 letters written from Paris, December 1801 to May 1803, by Robert R. Livingston, U.S. Minster to France, to Rufus King, Minister Plenipotentiary ofrepparttar 148399 U.S., relating to negotiations that resulted inrepparttar 148400 Louisiana Purchase.” (3)

Spring Cleaning is Always in Season

Written by Vincent Platania

Lemon scents wafting throughrepparttar halls, dust bunnies banished, crisp, clean curtains waving inrepparttar 148298 wind. Ahhh, spring cleaning.

Didrepparttar 148299 season pass you by? Never fear. It doesn't have to be spring for homeowners to getrepparttar 148300 itch to clean house. No matter what season it is, homeowners can enjoy that same feeling by shakingrepparttar 148301 dirt down fromrepparttar 148302 ceiling and sweeping it outrepparttar 148303 door.

Clean scents, polished floors, spotless window glass, and scrubbed decks - here we come.

Plan Ahead

Before jumping in gather tools, cleaning supplies, buckets, trash bags, boxes, and a few friends to help out. Wear something old so good clothes won't get stained, or bleached.

Decide how much time it will take to clean based onrepparttar 148304 size of your home and how many family members will pitch in.

Tool Time

A week before you plan to start your spring cleaning marathon, review what supplies you have on hand. Do you have:

- Ammonia for wiping away grease

- Foaming cleaners for bathtubs

- Squeegees to make quick work of window washing

- Buckets for mixing concentrated cleaners

- Cleaners made for washing cars and trucks

- Oven cleaner

- Floor cleaners for wood and linoleum

- Stiff-bristled large brooms to sweep away winter dirt

- Angled soft-bristle brooms for indoor use

- Sponges and scrubbing brushes for general use

- Lambswool and ostrich feather dusters to clean in hard-to-reach places

- Laundry detergent booster

- Static free cleaner for electronics

- Oil soaps for wood cabinets

- Cleaners formulated for artificial plants

- Oxygenizing cleaner to remove spots and stains without bleaching fabrics, upholstery or carpets

- Other brushes for specific uses: toilet bowl brush, refrigerator coil brush

- Ladder for reading ceiling fans, tall bookcases and to wash windows

Purchase versatile concentrated cleaners when possible. Benefits include being able to dilute cleaner to different strengths depending onrepparttar 148305 cleaning job involved. They also cost less per use and require less packing making them environmentally-friendly.

Brushes and brooms that are made for a specific purpose makerepparttar 148306 job easier. Toilet bowl brushes scrub underrepparttar 148307 rim with less effort. Cleaning refrigerator coils is as easy as an afterthought when you use a soft brush made for just that job.

A lamb's wool duster with extended pole makes it easy to sweep walls and ceilings for cobwebs and dust. The static inrepparttar 148308 wool works like a magnet to attract dust with little effort on your part. Rags, sponges, gloves that protect your hands fromrepparttar 148309 effects of cleaners, mops, and brooms can be stored in one place until you need them. A small laundry basket or extra bucket can be used to carry supplies from room to room. Create one bucket of supplies for bedrooms, living rooms, dining areas, and one bucket of supplies for bathrooms andrepparttar 148310 kitchen.

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