Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Ghost Stories Part 1-2

My Ghost Dogs Part 1
There are some thing that happens every night while we are at sleep tuck tuck tight, my lovely world is overrun by ghost, of thee animals I love the most, out of their graves my dead dogs float, boasting a new transparent coat.

The dogs that I tried the best to raise, but died in a variety of ways, Porky didn't keep to the right, and Guilty Bark wouldn't sleep at night, Chloe went in ironic way, and chicken only lived for a day.

Stumpy-Good-Nose had a silly name, and spring would had tried to be tame, Arrow had a nasty fall, and Oreo ignored my call, Tamika went in unexpected fire, and Said-Rick could have never gone higher, Lucky was chasing a villain on a run, and Aqua just wanted to join in the fun.

Thee Avatar and Sparkie they died together, and Greenery who I will love forever, being ghost they could break all of the rules, like magic they can walk threw my walls, but don’t panic remain calm, my ghost dogs don’t mean no harm.

Keep sleeping stay bedded, my clubhouse is where they're headed, they walk there in a trance, and there only purpose is to dance, don’t feel sad for my dogs that had past on, for now they live in a eternal song, they walked into the light, and now they disco every night.

Evil Mr. Pork Chop Part 2
In a haunted house that is forgotten by time, live the most evil type of swine, even by using the strongest block, you can’t contained Mr. Evil Pork-chop, he had a secret that you should know, when the moon rises he begins to grow, at night he has a transformation, into a headiest creation.

Pig-men by night and pig-men by day, but it wasn't always this way, his true story has never been told, but evil Mr. Pork-chop is very old, he use to be a human in the past, unaware his form wouldn't blast, he worked as a shepherd every single day, and loves his job despite the low pay.

He enjoy looking after every single pig, and tried to make them very big, you see he was working toward, winning the prize Porker Award, the annual award is for the biggest pig in the land, but he was always second something he couldn't stand.

This year he wanted to win more than ever, and will tin to his pigs any type of weather, one day he was approach by an old woman in her cloth, she walked close to the shepherd then she spoke, I know what you desire, I see in your heart there’s fire.

There is nothing that I do not know, including how to make pigs grow, if you will accept my deal, your wish will become real, you will be second no more, with a pig bigger than any before, in return all I want is the rest of your swine, you keep the biggest pig, and the rest are mine.

Your dream could come true today, so young man what do you say, giving away all of his pigs would be a sin, but that was his only chance to win, what’s the point keeping the rest, when you will own the very best, he quickly decided to accept, a decision he will soon regret.

Moments after nodding his head, he was filled with awful of dread, the witch screech with evil cantation, this started the transformation, evil Mr. Pork-Chop misunderstood the deal, but it was too late now as he started to swirl, he was turned into a monster half pig and half man, the witch cried out to him as she ran.

Your obsession with willing corrupted your mind, you mistreated your pigs, now you're there kind, rather than fulfilling your greed, help others that are in need, you abandoned your pigs just because they look frill, now live the rest of you life with your curly tail, don’t try to complain don’t try to shout, no one will understand you, now you have a snat, this was the last of the witch he ever heard, and in his head he replayed every word, this all happen long ago in the past, but as the witch claimed the spell did last, the snout and curly tail is there to stay, evil Mr. PorkChop is still evil to this very day.

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Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Mulga Bill Bicycle

Mulga Bill Bicycle
It was Mulga Bill from EagleHawk, he was riding his new shiney bicycle towards his abode proudly. As he arrived back home safely he had in mind that he want to go for another ride, from the top of the steepest hill above dead man’s creek. Mulga wanted the whole town of EagleHawk to see that he is the best there is then any human being on earth.

Mulga Bill was gently riding down the steep hill, but then suddenly something strange happened. Mulga Bill didn’t notice that he was going the wrong way, he took the left path where it leads him to dead man’s creek. Then when he was riding Mulga Bill heard someone saying your going the wrong way!!!, as he turned around he saw that it was the shop assistant where he brought his bicycle from. But Mulga Bill was too stubborn listening to the shopkeeper. He wanted to prove everybody that he has the most likely man who can ride a bicycle with, 1 gigantic wheel in front and 1 small wheel at the back of it.

But he had a terrible feeling about what the shopkeeper, said maybe he is trying to warn me but that won’t happen thinking horrible in his mind. Once Mulga Bill looked forward he went straight down the hill as fast as a plane full speed. As he was riding the colour of his face was changed, it was extremely white whiter than a ghost, and he  almost got wrapped together with the tree. Mulga bill act fast he jumped towards the tree holding on desperately, will this ever end he said, and from there the brunch of the tree snapped and he fell into dead man’s creek.

Mulga bill was flying so high and fell into the creek head first, he was fast to say I think I am still alive. He got himself out of the creek and saw that his bicycle was totally wrecked so he decided to leave it in the creek ruin. Mulga Bill walking back home and thought, about what will people say to him in the town of EagleHawk. When he arrived back to his abode  the good old horse was full of joy and happiness, and from now on Mulga Bill said I will never ever ride bicycles again.

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Thursday, 6 November 2014

Eureka Stockade

During today at my class me and my classmates went next door to 5C my class was 5D, we were all doing history about the Eureka Stockade or the Eureka Rebellion.

It was located at eureka stockade in the town of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. This is the story of what led to the eureka rebellion. In 1851 they start off digging for gold. The miners tax was introduced just after the start of the gold rush. It started at 36 shillings a month and it discouraged the poor miners. Soon after that it went to 1 pounds a month or 8 pounds a year just for a 3.6 m piece of land. This led to a rebel against the police of Victoria.

In June 1854 sir Charles Hotham  appointed as lieutenant or as a Governor,  checking miners permits every twice a week. October the 6 James Scobie, a miner was killed to death in the eureka hotel. 4 people were responsible, including James Bentley the owner of the hotel. James Bentley was not imprisoned because the police, owned him money so on the 17th of October the angry miners burnt down the eureka hotel. On the 1st of December 1854, an oath of allegiance was sworn at bakery hill by 120 miners including the leader, Peter Lalor and there licences were burnt in front of the Southern Cross.

All of the miners said we swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other and fight for our rights and liberties. On 3rd of December 1854, 120 rebels fought against 276 police troopers. This was known as the eureka rebellion. This was a defining moment because this was the first recorded of democracy and the fight for rights. This is the famous stockade ever. On December 6-9, the martial law imposed. In February 1855, trails of 18 miners all expect one acquitted. Henry Seekamp, the editor of Ballarat times. Gold fields' commission recommends the abolition of the abolition of licences, establishment of an export duty of gold. The miners to a title deed to his claim, and the opening of crown land to small land holders.

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Coke And Mentos Experiment

During class time roundabout 12:30 me and my whole, class has to do this science experiment it was so amazing try it at home, it will be shocking and also here are the EIGHT steps you have to do.









Here is the name of the video on YOU-TUBE it is called COKE and MENTOS experiment I hope you enjoy watching it and please leave a comment on my blog because it does really help me a lot have a great time.

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Ancient History About Israel

Israel is the very embodiment of Jewish continuity: It is the only nation on earth that inhabits the same land, bears the same name, speaks the same language, and worships the same God that it did 3,000 years ago. You dig the soil and you find pottery from Davidic times, coins from Bar Kokhba, and 2,000-year-old scrolls written in a script remarkably like the one that today advertises ice cream at the corner candy store."
The people of Israel (also called the "Jewish People") trace their origin to Abraham, who established the belief that there is only one God, the creator of the universe (see Torah). Abraham, his son Yitshak (Isaac), and grandson Jacob (Israel), are referred to as the patriarchs of the Israelites. All three patriarchs lived in the Land of Canaan, that later came to be known as the Land of Israel. They and their wives are buried in the Ma'arat HaMachpela, the Tomb of the Patriarchs, in Hebron(Genesis Chapter 23).
The name Israel derives from the name given to Jacob (Genesis 32:29). His 12 sons were the kernels of 12 tribes that later developed into the Jewish nation. The name Jew derives from Yehuda (Judah) one of the 12 sons of Jacob (Reuben, Shimon, Levi, Yehuda, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Yisachar, Zevulun, Yosef, Binyamin)(Exodus 1:1). So, the names Israel, Israeli or Jewish refer to people of the same origin.
The descendants of Abraham crystallized into a nation at about 1300 BCE after their Exodus from Egypt under the leadership of Moses (Moshe in Hebrew). Soon after the Exodus, Moses transmitted to the people of this new emerging nation, the Torah, and the Ten Commandments (Exodus Chapter 20). After 40 years in the Sinai desert, Moses led them to the Land of Israel, that is cited in The Bible as the land promised by G-d to the descendants of the patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Genesis 17:8).
The people of modern day Israel share the same language and culture shaped by the Jewish heritage and religion passed through generations starting with the founding father Abraham (ca. 1800 BCE). Thus, Jews have had continuous presence in the land of Israel for the past 3,300 years.
The rule of Israelites in the land of Israel starts with the conquests of Joshua (ca. 1250 BCE). The period from 1000-587 BCE is known as the "Period of the Kings". The most noteworthy kings were King David (1010-970 BCE), who made Jerusalem the Capital of Israel, and his son Solomon (Shlomo, 970-931 BCE), who built the first Temple in Jerusalem as prescribed in the Tanach (Old Testament).
In 587 BCE, Babylonian Nebuchadnezzar's army captured Jerusalem, destroyed the Temple, and exiled the Jews to Babylon (modern day Iraq).
The year 587 BCE marks a turning point in the history of the region. From this year onwards, the region was ruled or controlled by a succession of superpower empires of the time in the following order: Babylonian, Persian, Greek Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine Empires, Islamic and Christian crusaders, Ottoman Empire, and the British Empire.

You can click on this website to see the maps of the ancient empires in the near east. (See Maps of Ancient Empires in the Near East.)

Ancient History About Medo-Persia

Persia was one of the greatest empires of the ancient world. In fact, it was the Persian Empire that defeated and replaced the Babylonian Empire of Biblical fame. The Persians flourished and dominated the near-east geo-political landscape from 539-331BC. (The Bible records the fall of the Babylonian Empire to the Persians, setting the stage for the return of the Hebrew people to Jerusalem about 538-445BC, following their long period of captivity by the Babylonians that lasted seventy years from 606-536BC)
The Old Testament actually contains many references to the nation of Persia and its representatives. There are many references to the "kings of Persia," and to several of the most notable of the Persian Kings, such as Cyrus, Darius, and Artaxerxes. The prophet Daniel (8:20) speaks of the "kings of Media and Persia, and Daniel 10:13 mentions the "prince of the kingdom of Persia." The Book of Esther also refers to the dual "powers of Persia and Media.” Daniel 5:28 prophesied that Belshazzar's kingdom would be "given to the Medes and Persians. In fact, the narrative of Daniel chapter five includes the fact that Babylon fell to the Median King Darius, on the very night that Belshazzar saw the infamous handwriting on the wall.
The Persians apparently sprang from a people from the hills of Russia known as Indo-Aryans. As early as 2000BC, they began to settle in Iran and along the coast of the Black Sea. Two of these Indo-European tribes settled on the Elamite border and to the east of the Zagros mountain range. The first known references to them are made in the inscriptions of Shalmaneser III (858-824BC). They are noted as the Parsua (Persians) and Madai (Medes).
The first mention of a Persian chieftain refers to his role as an ally aligned against Sennacherib of Assyria. His son was called "King, Great King, King of the City of Anshan." His grandson fathered Cyrus II, who is one of the most celebrated kings in world history.
Cyrus II was the literal founder of the mighty Persian Empire. Cyrus II ascended to the Parsi throne located in Anshan in 559 BC. He conquered the Median King Astyages. (the grandfather of his wife) Then he defeated Lydia (about 546BC) and Babylon (about 536 BC), finally establishing the Persian Empire. Cyrus' rule was a result of the sovereignty of God. In contrast to previous rulers, especially the Assyrians, Cyrus was humane and benevolent toward those whom he defeated. It was Cyrus, the Persian king who issued the decree restoring the Jews to their homeland, following their long period of captivity by the Babylonians. (see II Chronicles 36:22-23; and Ezra 1:1-4)
Cyrus was the founder of the central governing system under which each province, or satrapy, was governed by an official who answered to the king. However, he allowed a remarkable degree of freedom of religion and customs for the vassal states, including Palestine. He developed roads, cities, postal systems, and legal codes, and treated the subject nations kindly and humanely. Cyrus accomplished all of this because he was God's tool, just as Assyria, who conquered the northern portion of Israel, was God's rod of anger. Hence the Bible usually refers to Cyrus in favorable terms (see Isaiah 44:28; 45:3)
Cambyses II (530-522BC), the son of Cyrus, reigned after his father. During his reign, Egypt was added to the list of nations conquered by Persia. The next Persian king, Darius I (521-486BC), was not a direct descendant of Cyrus but was of the royal Achaemenid bloodline. It was Darius I that was defeated by the Greeks at the Battle of Marathon in 490BC. This is the same King Darius who, in his second year, ordered the Jewish Temple at Jerusalem to be rebuilt after work on it had been discontinued for 14 years. (see Ezra 4:24; and 6:1) He also gave a generous subsidy that made it possible to complete the Temple construction. The extent of the Persian Empire under Darius is reflected in the writings of Esther. (India to Ethiopia) (see Esther 1:1; and 10:1) This vast territory was nearly 4,900 kilometers (3,000 miles) long and 800-2,400 kilometers (500 to 1,500 miles) wide.
Xerxes ruled Persia from 486 to 465BC. As Xerxes was actually Ahasuerus, he is the king mentioned in the Book of Esther. Esther did not become queen until the seventh year of his reign, which would have been about 478BC. This was two years after Xerxes devastating defeat at Salamis (480BC) which ended Persia's last hope for conquering Greece, and laid the foundation for the rise of Alexander the Great.
Another Persian king, Artaxerxes Longimanus I (464-424BC), illustrates one of the ironies of history. This minor Persian king was of major importance because of his connection with the Hebrew people. Apparently two of the three returns of the Jewish people from captivity in Babylon occurred during his reign. The second return was apparently under Ezra. This was made possible because of the generosity of Artaxerxes. The third return occurred in 445BC and is recorded in Nehemiah, and this date is notorious in the landmarks of Bible prophecy, especially as it relates to the first coming of Jesus. (Daniel 9: 24-27) The specific purpose of this return to Jerusalem allowed by Artaxerxes was to rebuild the city walls, and it also laid the foundation for the circumstances surrounding the geo-political events in Jesus lifetime.
The religion of the ancient Persians was centered around Zoroastrianism. Zoroaster believed in dualism in which Ahura Mazda (Ormazd) headed the gods of goodness (Amesha Spentas) and Angra Mainyu (Ahriman) headed the gods of evil (daevas).
After the decline of Persia, the region of Iran was left open to become one of the first countries to be occupied by the early Islamic empire which burst outward from Arabia in the seventh century. Persia has ever since maintained a distinct cultural identity within the Islamic world by retaining its own language and adhering to the strict Shia interpretation of Islam.

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Babylon An Ancient And Famous City In Mesopotamia

One of the great cities of ancient times was the city of Babylon.  Babylon was in southern Mesopotamia near the Persian Gulf.  
The city was a sight to behold.  It had huge walls surrounding it, and in its center was a 300 foot tall Ziggurat.  The city itself was surrounded by fields, irrigated from a network of canals.  
To enter the city you passed along Procession Avenue, a stone road that led between lines of huge brick animals.  You then had to pass through the Ishtar Gate, a massive arched gate decorated with dragons and bulls.  
Once inside the walls, the city itself was very crowded.  Everyone lived inside the city.  Farmers did not live on their farms but here in the city.  Merchants, craftsmen, food vendors all made their homes here.  The streets were narrow, flanked on each side by the three story houses of the inhabitants.  People threw all of their waste and trash into the streets so they were quite filthy as well.  Every so often, the city nobles would cover the trash and filth with a layer of clay, raising the level of the streets.  People would then build steps down to their doorways or maybe even cut a new door in the second level and build stairs down to the street.   
In the center of the city was the great Ziggurat. Over 300 feet tall, it dominated the city.  In addition to the Ziggurat were the palace of the king. Inside the palace was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the hanging gardens of Babylon.

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