Author: Medeea Greere

Hi, I am Medeea Greere. I have been searching for truth in this world, all my life. The culmination of this journey is this website. I will organize this massive puzzle into neat categories so that we can trace the threads of this story all the way through to the Victory of the Light!

Simona Halep beat Elina Svitolina 6-1, 6-3 Romanian into Wimbledon final for the first time WIMBLEDON, England — Simona Halep became the first Romanian woman to reach a Wimbledon singles final, defeating Elina Svitolina, 6-1, 6-3, ! Simona Halep has booked her place in her first Wimbledon final with a comfortable straight sets win over Elina Svitolina. Halep, whose best previous performance here was reaching the last four in 2014, proved too strong for Svitolina, who was contesting her first grand slam semi-final, with the Romanian coming through 6-1, 6-3. Halep’s return of serve has stood out as she has…

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DESTINATION: TRANSYLVANIA – Locals Keep Centuries-Old Habit -‘VALTOAREA’ – The Best Old Fashioned Way For Washing Laundry Without Electricity On the Isticeu River, an important tributary of the Gurghiu River, in an area in which a dam was built to make a waterfall, brothers Vasile and Florea ,started building a ‘valtoare’ (whirlpool used for washing clothes in the river) and mill, as they existed when they were children and still exist on the Gurghiu River valley. Their efforts were crowned with success, as they managed to build the largest whirlpool in the Gurghiu River valley area, and for this reason…

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Plant was created by horticulturists grafting aubergine and potato plants It produces aubergines from its stem and potatoes from its roots The aubergines it produces are less bitter than other varieties ‘Egg and Chips’ plant is available by mail order from Thompson & Morgan A plant capable of producing at the same time two kinds of vegetables was developed by horticulturists. They spent years grafting the plant with two strains and finding the ideal varieties of potatoes and eggplants capable of developing under such conditions. Horticulturalists have spent years carrying out grafting trials to produce the dual-cropping plant named ‘Egg…

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All it took for an off-duty police officer to pull a gun on Jose Arreola was a $1.19 pack of Mentos. According to security footage of the encounter at a convenience store in Buena Park, California, Arreola went into the store on March 16, asked how much the mints were, and began paying for them. As he was getting his change back, he put the mints in his pocket. An off-duty cop, who has yet to be identified, stepped in. “Hey, give that back. I’m a police officer,” he said, brandishing his gun. Arreola, clearly startled, repeatedly said, “I paid for…

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Straw Bale Gardening Effortless Food Production with No Weeds, No Fertilizer & Less Watering ! Once you’ve compiled your supplies, it’s time to start preparing your straw bale garden. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to pick the right spot for your plants, create a functional layout and how to prepare the site for growth and watering. Step 1: Find the right spot The first thing you need to do is position the bales in a way that encourages your plants to grow. Treat this decision the same way that you would the question, “Where do I put my vegetable…

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Growing highbush or cultivated blueberries can be very rewarding. You can eat the berries fresh, make them into pies and other desserts, or freeze, dry, or can them for later use. In Oregon, the blueberry fruiting season extends from late June through September, depending on the type of blueberry and culti‑ var. The fruit on each cultivar ripens over a 2‑ to 5‑week period. The most common type of blueberry grown in Oregon is the northern highbush blueberry. Other types of blueberries include southern highbush, rabbiteye, lowbush, and half-high. Highbush blueberries are perennial, long‑lived (40 to 50 years), deciduous shrubs…

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