Recommended

Christian centres

In Cumbria

 

 

Abbot Hall

At Grange-over-Sands

 

Blaithwaite

At Wigton

 

Boarbank

At Grange-over-Sands

 

Castlerigg Manor

At Keswick

 

Hawkeshead Hill

The Upper Room

 

Knock Christian

Centre

Near Appleby

 

Keswick Convention

Centre

Guess where!

 

Lakeside House

At Keswick

 

Rydal Hall

At Ambleside

 

Whitaugh Park

At Newcastleton

 

Windermere Centre

Guess where!

 

References

Biblegateway.com

Gate Garage

Tel 01228 818525

Classic Upholstery & Foam

All aspects

Tel 01228 547840

Billy Cannon Removals

& House Clearance

Tel 01228 537028

Mobile 0775 842 847/8

Double Glazing

Premier Glass Wigton Ltd

Tel 016973 61552

Mobile 07802 680 754

Computers?

Call 016973 32089

Optician

K. France

Tel 01228 521813

Computer Services

Tel 016973 320 89

Nurseryman

Mike Capstick

Tel 01228 710 926

Tel 01228 527 647

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Omega Music

Online Store

 

Rosley Books

Literature &

Theology

by post

 

Business Coach

Jackie Wilson

077 824 77 364

 

Smallwood

Kitchens & Bedrooms

 

Ian Ggibson

Associates Ltd

All types of

damp proofing

and wood

preservation

 

Dalston

Aggregates

 

Nick Hedley

Joiner & Felt Roof Specialist

 

Gate Garage

Tel 01228 818525

 

Classic Upholstery and Foam

 

Billy Cannon Removals

& House Clearance

Tel 01228 537028

Mobile 0775 842 847/8

 

Double Glazing

Premier Glass Wigton Ltd

Tel 016973 61552

Mobile 07802 680 754

 

Computers?

Call 016973 32089

 

Optician

K. France

Tel 01228 521813

 

Computer Services

Tel 016973 320 89

 

Nurseryman

Mike Capstick

Tel 01228 710 926

 

Unisex Salon

Abbey Court

Tel 01228 527 647

 

Window Doctor

Why replace what can be fixed?

Tel 01228 513 933

 

Painter & Decorator

Mark Thomlinson

Tel 01228 536 536

 

 

 

 

 

GOD’S WORD

through music

Revelation

Praise Band

Interdenominational  

Big Sound

Contact Tel: 01228 548550

glenysbraithwait@hotmail.com

 

 

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The Cumbria Curse

 

The following books explain why honouring a Pagan god and carving curses into stone, have brought calamity to Cumbria.

 

‘An Alignment of Coincidences’  by Alexander Messenger and available for free by contacting us.

 

Genius Loci Omen Stone’ by Sophia Brookes is available on Amazon Kindle.

 

‘Boulder of Blessings’  by Sophia Brookes is available on Amazon Kindle and by contacting us.

 

 

The first calamity was a Foot and Mouth plague that spread from Carlisle’s cattle mart and devastated the Cumbrian farming community and tourist industry. It was obvious that the prophetic warnings were to effect more than the city.

 

To celebrate the period that referred to the birth of Jesus Christ, the City of Carlisle created a Carlisle Millennium Logo. It was dominated by the face of a Pagan god.

According to a city official, the god represented a ‘genius loci’ spirit - the kind that inhabits a building, or a place.

The Logo was referred to as the ‘spirit of Carlisle’. By default at the launch of Carlisle’s Millennium Project the god became the official god of Carlisle. It must be exorcised.

 

The city also carved curses into a gigantic stone. The stone must be removed from public display.

 

Officials also wanted to create three glass pyramids, but a civil protest lasting two years forced the local government to change its plans.

 

There is also a curious ley line of coincidences and an underpass that glorifies the evil dead (Border Reiver terrorists).

 

The book ‘An Alignment of Coincidences’ explains that the calamities that followed the Millennium were not coincidences.

 

Calamities such as:-

Carlisle’s worse flood blacked the city out for three nights and 1900 homes and businesses were wasted. Baby Hassan Martin had his throat cut by his father while the baby was with his mother in Carlisle city centre. Foot and Mouth plague spreads from Carlisle’s Longtown cattle mart and devastates the county’s farming and tourist industry. West Cumbria’s worse ever flood. Derrick Bird kills 12 people. There continues to be many more very unusual deaths and calamities.

 

 

 

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The background sound is ‘Thief in the night’ by Linda Steel from the Unity album.