We welcome two new members to our team this month.
Ryan has come on full time to build games for us. He is working off site, but has earned my respect in his first couple of weeks for his ability to team with us from a distance.
Our first game will be a diagnostic tool. My experience is that there is significant spiritual skill set out there in deliverance, but often there is a weak link determining exactly where the open door is for the enemy.
I have sketched out a skeletal version of the game and Ryan is experimenting with existing platforms to see if we can find something out there that does what we need it to. We might have to start with a clean slate, but he is checking the market first.
Mary Jo is our new onsite intern. She starts on Monday and brings a significant background in science which will help us in our endless research on the human body and related topics.
In addition to that, she will be writing a workbook on the seven curses and blessings to make it easier for people to drill down through the smog of pain to the actual behaviors that opened the door to the curse, and the righteous ones that need to be incarnated to walk in the blessing.
This is a new venture for us, but one we have pondered for a long time. We are looking forward to her owning this large project.
Her first personal project is to learn about land dynamics, especially cleansing land. She feels this is an area of her design that she needs to invest in heavily in order to unpack.
As it turns out, it will be a baptism by fire!
In the apartment that Serina shares with Genevieve, there is some sort of negative spiritual dynamic in the land in Serina’s bedroom. We have not been able to identify it or resolve it yet, although we are leaning toward it being a leyline.
Anyway, since it was eating Serina’s lunch, we have decided to move her out of that room and put Mary Jo there so her theory could become practice in real life terms! Serina has gone back to Europe briefly to take care of some business there and she moved out of her room before leaving.
Watch this space for the adventures of Mary Jo and the defiled bedroom. Who needs soap operas when you have SLG?
Meanwhile, Mateo has inexplicably gotten quite crosswise with the portal in his apartment that Serina thought was incredibly healing and energizing for her. He and the portal have settled for an armed truce lately which is rather inconceivable to Serina.
So . . . since we had to acquire another apartment anyway, we are getting a new apartment for Mateo and moving Serina into his old apartment since she liked it so very much when it was being set up. We shall see whether she and the portal get along as well when she is living there, as when she was just unpacking stuff.
But . . . Mateo loves the land in the apartment complex there and begged not to be moved out of the area. It is just that one apartment that isn’t working for him. So we secured another unit in that complex in hopes that he will be a happy camper on all counts.
On another front, everyone owes a big thank you to Rusty for his suggestion of Camtasia for our video issue. Mateo downloaded it and played around enough to know that it will override all of the security features of the EEG program and allow us to copy a short segment to put in the blog. His first attempt was pretty primitive, but it was good enough that we know we have options going forward.
Next week he will teach what he has learned to Mary Jo and in the near term we will begin to share with you some real time pictures of what is going on in the brain. I am quite excited about the options.
And now the complaint. The latest edition of the America’s Cup is over. And the Oracle team came from behind to beat the New Zealand team in an amazing way.
They did it by hiring a British strategist.
Now I have no desire to demean Ben. He clearly is world class and will be deservedly celebrated in the history books for a long time to come for the unbelievable come-from-behind win.
But did America have to win the America’s Cup race with a Brit?
Something is just not right about this picture.
Copyright September 2013 by Arthur Burk
Westbound at 36,000 feet on flight 2383