I have just now redirected sbeckow.wordpress.com to . That should put an end to people finding themselves on the old website instead of the new and not knowing why they can’t post comments, etc.
Few housekeeping matters.
Some of you may confusingly find yourselves over at http://sbeckow.wordpress.com, looking at a site page that turns out to be only updated as of Oct. 16, 2010 and wondering what happened to http://, without knowing you’re not there. What’s up?
Well, when the website went mysteriously down a few days ago, I re-opened sbeckow.wordpress.com. At the time I cancelled the redirect so that people would be allowed to stop on the old website which I intended to repopulate and start back up.
I haven’t restarted the redirect because I want to transfer some files from here to there, files that I realized I had no second copy of.
Before I start the redirect again, I have to satisfy myself that I’ll still be able to still land on that site without being redirected myself so I can continue the transfer.
If your bookmark points you to “http://sbeckow.wordpress.com,” that’s why you’re ending up there. Regardless of whether I add the redirect again, you may wish to update your bookmark to stop that from happening if I ever open up the wordpress.com site again.
And while I’m here, I’m doing quite a bit of new research into the Matthew’s Messages site, to get background on chemtrails, depleted uranium, etc., for the next instalment of “There Will be No Catastrophe for the World.” That means that I’ll be keeping a fairly-low profile on regular posting for today and possibly tomorrow to free up time for research and writing.
It also means that I may be somewhat slow in answering emails. The number of emails I get in a day is quite large now and I’m having to distribute my time through a somewhat large number of functions. But it doesn’t mean that I’m somehow ignoring you. Just making do.
I think it’s also approaching the time when I’m going to need partners in research and writing. So if there are people who wish to bite into some research on Matthew, SaLuSa, Saul (especially), or current-affairs topics, and have a background in journalism, academics, law, science, or other relevant fields, drop me a note. Very soon I won’t be able to keep up with the need for research at the rate things are picking up.
However, please note that news published here has to be credible, reliable, neutral, etc. I’m not into yellow journalism or hanging a thesis on a whisper and a rumor. Sound research, discernment, etc., are needed. Samples of research and writing would be helpful.