Saturday, March 11, 2017

Fiend From The Pit

It's common knowledge that exorcisms are on the rise and no wonder, what with the popularity of satanism and associated occultist skulduggery. How many of our ruling elite, like the Podestas, are involved? Some? Many?

Whatever the case, I thought I'd have to cast out an evil spirit at 6.30 am this morning, when Blue Malefactor began to bark like a fiend from the Pit. I wasn't too happy about that.

It rained later, just in time for the trip down I35 to the country compound. Great sheets of water fell from the sky, turning the highway into a kind of storm tossed canal for cars. Then, somewhere near Waxahachie, the rain stopped and the sun broke through the clouds. Beautiful.

They say that if you collect water in cisterns during the rainy part of the year, in Texas, you'll have water for the entire year. I could believe that, given the ferocity of the rain when it does fall and, given the stability of civilization, maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to invest in a secure water supply.

Prep On,



LL said...

Blue Exorcist's instincts are not to be trifled with. He may be blind and old (makes him more prophetic) but he is loyal.

LSP said...

That, LL, is very true. Good dog.

Brig said...

The Blue Warrior knows of what he speaks, and it behooves those around him to listen up...

Sounds like a good idea to have the church invest in a water storage tank for the parsonage.

Mattexian said...

Blue Alarm Clock was just prepping you for the time change, having to drag yourself up an hour earlier.

At least the fools in Austin haven't gotten the notion of claiming the rain from the skies as belonging to the Crown, like the fish in the King's rivers and the deer in the King's forests. Tho I already wrote to my Rep, after it came to my attention that they had a bill in committee to require licenses to install cisterns, which I felt was the camel's nose under the tent, to eventually lead to de facto registration of every home owner with one and taxing the water they collect, all in the name of "public safety."

LSP said...

It does seem to make sense, Brighid. I'd like it if we didn't have to rely on "the grid" at all.

LindaG said...

I would love to not have to rely on the grid.

I think we drove through a similar storm on the way home here in Louisiana. And now we get cooler temps. But no snow, so that is good.