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:*:The curse of the people of Carlisle:*:

La maldición del pueblo de Carlisle



The curse of the people of Carlisle

For years, the English town of Carlisle lives under a real curse: floods, pests foot-high unemployment rates and a drought of goals of the local soccer team that has led them to lose category. The fault, say local authorities, has the Cursed Stone.


For years, the English town of Carlisle lives under a real curse: floods, pests foot-high unemployment rates and a drought of goals of the local soccer team that has led them to lose category. The fault, say local authorities, has the 'Cursed Stone', a rock with an engraving of a curse made in 1525 that only brings problems to the region. The mentalist Uri Geller has offered to get rid of the stone and rid the people of the curse. The problems of this small town in northern England began in 2001, when the council commissioned the artist Gordon Young who recorded a rock on the curse, collected in some books, which in 1525 became the Archbishop of Glasgow \ "against those who osaran loot, steal or destroy their territories \ ". In total, 1069 words which originally were intended for the people \ "barbarians from the north, which made incursions into the region ", and that since since 2001 are one of the major attractions of the City Museum. And then when they started the ills of the people. First came the plague of foot and mouth disease that nearly wiped out the local pig production. Then came the fire \ "of biblical proportions ", the closure of several factories in the strike that left dozens of people, the killing of a child and this last winter, some floods that have ravaged crops, parks and streets of Carlisle . That let the misfortune that has befallen the local football team, which has fallen from class and has been unable to score a goal in recent games. The popular concern has reached such an extent that several local politicians came to the conclusion that it was necessary to destroy the stone, but ultimately that possibility was rejected by the full council. \ "The people of Carlisle has shown that making rational decisions \," said Mayor Mike Mitchelson to the BBC. While the council continues to seek, together with the Bishop of Carlisle, a solution to the situation. The solution, however, can come from as far away as Israel. From there it is the mentalist Uri Geller, who has offered to \ "remove the stone from there, put it in my garden and exorcise ". According to the showman, based in England a long time, \ "the book of curses said that there is an old healing center in my garden so I will use my pendulum to clear the stones from the forces of evil that bring curses ". Geller's neighbors in the village of Sonning-on-Thames, have not yet been decided, but already many in Internet calling that do not bear the stone Damn there. For now, the giant stone will remain in place.

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The curse of the people of Carlisle

For years, the English town of Carlisle lives under a real curse: floods, pests foot-high unemployment rates and a drought of goals of the local soccer team that has led them to lose category. The fault, say local authorities, has the Cursed Stone.


For years, the English town of Carlisle lives under a real curse: floods, pests foot-high unemployment rates and a drought of goals of the local soccer team that has led them to lose category. The fault, say local authorities, has the 'Cursed Stone', a rock with an engraving of a curse made in 1525 that only brings problems to the region. The mentalist Uri Geller has offered to get rid of the stone and rid the people of the curse. The problems of this small town in northern England began in 2001, when the council commissioned the artist Gordon Young who recorded a rock on the curse, collected in some books, which in 1525 became the Archbishop of Glasgow \ "against those who osaran loot, steal or destroy their territories \ ". In total, 1069 words which originally were intended for the people \ "barbarians from the north, which made incursions into the region ", and that since since 2001 are one of the major attractions of the City Museum. And then when they started the ills of the people. First came the plague of foot and mouth disease that nearly wiped out the local pig production. Then came the fire \ "of biblical proportions ", the closure of several factories in the strike that left dozens of people, the killing of a child and this last winter, some floods that have ravaged crops, parks and streets of Carlisle . That let the misfortune that has befallen the local football team, which has fallen from class and has been unable to score a goal in recent games. The popular concern has reached such an extent that several local politicians came to the conclusion that it was necessary to destroy the stone, but ultimately that possibility was rejected by the full council. \ "The people of Carlisle has shown that making rational decisions \," said Mayor Mike Mitchelson to the BBC. While the council continues to seek, together with the Bishop of Carlisle, a solution to the situation. The solution, however, can come from as far away as Israel. From there it is the mentalist Uri Geller, who has offered to \ "remove the stone from there, put it in my garden and exorcise ". According to the showman, based in England a long time, \ "the book of curses said that there is an old healing center in my garden so I will use my pendulum to clear the stones from the forces of evil that bring curses ". Geller's neighbors in the village of Sonning-on-Thames, have not yet been decided, but already many in Internet calling that do not bear the stone Damn there. For now, the giant stone will remain in place.



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