Ikepedia on Flat Earth Day Sunday, April 21, 2013

Flat Earth Day is celebrated when certain elements of nature combine to provide the conditions for a special event in the southern hemisphere on April 21st; it doesn’t occur every year but when it does, it’s always on the same date.  This year 2013 of Our Lord is one of them.

Readers will note that the date is exactly one month after the Southern Equinox on March 21st.

It is much like Ground Hog Day that is celebrated in Punxsutawney PA US of A.

It goes back to the days when man and beast lived close to nature in harmony with each other and God of All Life; when children respected their parents; when the father was a man and your momma a lady.  The Earth was flat; the sun moved and actually rose in the morning to set at night.  Events of Mankind were orderly and sublime.  Man believed that God made the Earth and everything in or on it.

In fact, I still believe that the processes of Nature are ongoing.  Oil, gas, weather, nature and Mankind’s existence are renewed every single day.  It is the way it was made to be.

Usually Flat Earth Day happens when Easter Weekend, like the year of 2013, comes around before the end of March.  In other years April may still produce scorchers with daytime temperatures as high as 110 degrees in the shade and nights between late 80’s lower 90’s.

This year the heat broke middle March; suddenly we had dew one fine morning; we knew summer had ended early and the sun was almost literally running North by the day to where the Northern Hemisphere awaits an early blistering fireball from the skies.

Our nights have turned cool to mildly fresh; this morning is divine; our days will be low to middle 70’s for a few weeks before winter settles and we will hear the singing of children and angels when we make time to listen for it.

The earth is a good place when we allow it to be flat once in a while and we take the time to reflect on the beneficence of our Creator.

I bow to Him this fine morning.

Dedicated to my friend, Jamie at:


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10 Responses to “Ikepedia on Flat Earth Day Sunday, April 21, 2013”

  1. JP Says:

    Pheww, for a moment I thought you spoke of, those of robe/beard wearing types, that carry a rug. 🙂 (flat earth)

    Idyllic weather good friend.

    • Ike Jakson Says:


      Welcome to my humble abode of many thoughts and opinions but no need to find the answers. We do have marvelous weather for this time of the year and we enjoy it.


      • JP Says:

        Ikepedia suits you to a T good friend. You have a wealth of knowledge to share with the world.

        It makes this world, a better place.

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Well, [why?] Great Elcampeador, that’s gracious of you, having been my chief tutor; do I remember 2008 and our many chats in your Blog? I hope you are well and that there remains a chance that we must meet some day. We must still go HeeeHaaawing some place.


      • JP Says:

        Would be one hell of a meeting, Sir Ike. Was just thinking (yeah yeah) having the company of that Gregory fellow from Australia, we three amigos would probably wind up in prison.

        Charges, ‘inciting a revolution through acerbic wit’.

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Hah, Great Elcampeador

        Don’t flatter me again; my wisdom is merely inherited from my evil Dutch forefathers and nothing compared to your incisive wit.

        Your first par shows the width and breadth of a great heart and kindred spirit; show my how many Americans can take an Ossie [that’s how the Dutch call them] into their hearts like you have with Greg from Os.

        And your 2nd and closing par is a marvel.

        AJup, we say, we gotta meet before I am one hundred; leaves me only just more than 27 years to figure how, but HeeHaaaw we shall, and have the Ossie along.


      • JP Says:

        The way I figure is, with three of us like minded individuals, if we can’t sink the dead headed left with stinging acidic comment, we can always do a Three Stoogies.routine.

        Wait, maybe that should be the other way around.

      • Ike Jakson Says:

        Ayup JP

        We can do it both ways and confuse the silly idiots; they have no clue anyway.

  2. JP Says:

    Reblogged this on et cetera* and commented:
    “It goes back to the days when man and beast lived close to nature in harmony with each other and God of All Life; when children respected their parents; when the father was a man and your momma a lady.”

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