October 21, 2008

THE BIGGEST SECRET FORUM

I chanced on this site and decided to share it with you all.....

Shocking!!! Most of the pictures and things......brace yourselves!!


Just a snippet here....

Just a coincidence or a design for the long term?



1. Take a $20 bill and fold it in two through its length....

911 on $20 bill


2. Fold it again as shown below...
(Fold it exactly in this way)

911 on $20 bill


3. Fold the other side similarly to the previous step...
And... voilĂ ! see the PENTAGON in flames!! (red circle)

911 on $20 bill


4. Now... very simple... turn it around.....
And see the WTC smoking....

911 on $20 bill


What a coincidence... This incredible disaster, predicted on every $20 bill !!!!!!!

Actually, if you fold the $5, $10, $50, and $100 bills the same way as shown here for the $20, they all portray the 9/11 attack in the order that it happened, from the WTC towers standing correct in the $5, to smoke in the $100.

Handsignals
The horned god and his hand sign.
The horned god and his hand sign.
Bush makes the horned sign
Bush makes the horned sign.

On a live TV show.
Bush makes the horned sign
Bush makes the horned sign.
Bush makes the horned sign
Bush makes the horned sign.
Clinton makes the devil sign
Clinton makes the devil sign.
Princes Margaret makes the devil sign
Princes Margaret makes the devil sign.

For a bigger zoom in click here.
Prince William makes the devil sign.
Prince William makes the devil sign.
"I love you" sign.
Sign language for "I love you".
Deaf folks use the devil sign to say "I love you". How cynical...
Bush 3 fingers
Bush signing with three fingers.
Saddam 3 fingers.
Saddam signing with three fingers.
Sign of Excommunication
Sign of Excommunication

This sign is used by several people, including the pope. It signifies ex-communication, in other words cursing the people to whom the sign is made.









Source: thebiggestsecretpict.online.fr/nwo.htm

October 16, 2008

WASHINGTONIAN ARTICLE: DC Designers: Estella Ogbonna By Sonia Harmon

DC Designers: Estella Ogbonna

By Sonia Harmon

Check out our style feature, DC Designers, where we highlight a local designer who has caught our eye.

An Estella Couture design.

An Estella Couture design.

What: Custom-made ethnic and exotic couture clothing.

Who: Estella Ogbonna, a Silver Spring-based designer originally from Nigeria. She worked in computer network administration until 2006, when she decided to pursue a full-time career in fashion design.

Where to buy it: E-mail Estella at info@estellacouture.com or call 301-915-5927. Online sales will be available by the end of the year on her Web site, estellacouture.com.

Back to basics: When she realized that fashion design was something she wanted to do full-time, Estella—who began sewing and designing when she was a child—took classes to hone her skills and tried to get her clothing into stores. Even now, she continues to look for opportunities to grow; she’s planning to take a short program in Milan in the near future. “It’s the home of fashion,” she says. “I’m going there to learn the ways of taking my business to the next level. Having a talent is not the same thing as making a business.”

An ethnic touch: Estella started her business because there was a local demand for culturally rich African designs. She takes traditional and ethnic themes and creates colorful clothes that she says are modern and trendy, so they’re seen as not just African but also stylish. The majority of her designs are for women, although she sometimes designs for men, too: “For women you get to work with the curves, complexion, the colors—and that’s what I love to do.”

Most memorable moment of her design career thus far: At a 2006 fashion-show fundraiser, Estella received a standing ovation when she took her designer’s walk down the runway. “It’s really something I’ll never forget,” she says. “It feels good to know that people from all nationalities and backgrounds appreciate what I do.”

On the local fashion scene: “It’s definitely something very upcoming, and right now it’s different,” she says. “Three years ago, DC wasn’t so into fashion as it is now. People are very conscious of what they wear now.” Different groups for fashion designers have also popped up in recent years, which Estella says has allowed local designers to be more united.

Estella’s faves:
Place to shop for clothes: The Limited, Cache, Georgetown.
Place to shop for shoes: “Wherever I see a good deal—because I’m crazy about shoes!”
Restaurant: Phillips Seafood on the Southwest DC waterfront.
Favorite place in DC: H2O Restaurant & Lounge.



Source: http://www.washingtonian.com/blogarticles/shopping/shoparound/9714.html?msg=socialweb_1



Thanks Sonia, we greatly appreciate an excellent write up from you.

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