About

Me at workThe first sentences I remember reading at the age of six were “Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight.  Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.” 

I do actually have a shepherd’s staff, left over from my childhood on a farm, and the Lord is my Shepherd.

I’m a 4th generation kiwi of British and German descent, and a Christian in an increasingly secular New Zealand.  I’m not religious – I do my best to observe only two rules; love God and love my neighbour.

I work as a self employed IT analyst.  When I’m not fixing stuff I like to write.  I’m the author of a book “The Kingdom – Here Be Dragons, Here Be Dreams.”  It’s a story about a spiritual journey along the narrow path.

I read the Bible, keep up with the news, and understand the times we are living in.  All posts will be served up sprinkled with salt.

I notice signs so will be blogging about those when I see them.  I offer my gift of discernment and observation of signs to you, hoping it will help wake the flock up.

Thanks for stopping by.  Feel free to contact me, I’d love to hear your view and opinions.

Conspiracy sheep

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9 comments

    1. Hi Tim,
      Thanks so much for visiting the blog and your comments. I really appreciate it. I wondered if it was being read, so your feedback has really encouraged me. God bless you too.

  1. Looks excellent Jo. We are of like mind. Thank you. I can’t comment on your posts, no option to tho you’ve asked for comments … am I missing something? : )

  2. I would love to discuss CERN with you. I have been researching for some years now and your blog and IT background let’s me believe you may be just the one I need to help work out the questions I have that the physicists either don’t have a clue or won’t provide the information.
    I have a fb group called Cern Discussion
    and you can please in box me any time.

    1. Hi Jennifer, Thanks for inviting me onto the Facebook group. I’m a bit leery about discussing Cern on Facebook. Also I’m a Christian, so anything I share will be from that perspective. I’m happy to begin by staying in touch through the blog or email.
      I became aware of Cern in the early morning of Feb 2015 and since then have been keeping a weather eye on it.
      Another thing I’ve been keeping an eye on is SKA – the Square Kilometre Array. It’s a ten nation confederation (NZ is included) using telescopes for big data – and big data is needed for AI. Cern and SKA came together and agreed to cooperate in July this year. Are they building a new internet?
      What is your blog or email address?
      Looking forward to hearing from you, Jo

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