- My wife has just received an e-mail an extract of which you'll find below.
It concerns a virus with the file name jdbgmgr.exe. I have just found and
deleted the file from our computer, so I suggest everyone check their hard
drives just in case.
P.S. I'm sorry I couldn't take part in the 12 Holy Nights study. I've saved all the posts to look at when I get the time, which is, though far for ideal, better than nothing.warm regards,Charlie.
>THIS IS URGENT. A virus has been passed on tous by a contact. Our
> > address book in turn has been infected. Sinceyou are in my address book
> > there is a chance that you will find itin your computer also.
> >below and eradicated the virus easily.
> > I followed the instructions
> > The virus (calledjdbgmgr.exe) is not detected by Norton or Macafee
> > anti-virussystem. This virus sits quietly for 14 days before damaging
> > system. It is sent automically by messenger and the address
> > or not you send e-mails to your
> > Here's how to check for the virus and get rid ofit:
> > 1. Go to start, Find or Search option
> > 2. In the file/folders option, type the name :
> >the sub-files and any other
> > 3. Be sure you search your C-drive and all
> > drives you may havehas a grey teddy bear icon with the name jdbghgr.exe - DO
> > 4. Click : "Find now"
> > 5. The virus
>NOTchoose SELECT ALL to highlight the
> > OPEN IT!
> > 6. Go to edit (on the menu bar) and
> > without opening
> >DELETE. It will then
> > 7. Now go to the File (on the menu bar) and select
> > to the recycle bin.
> > 8. Go to the Recycle Bin and delete it there as well.
> > IF YOU FIND THE VIRUS, you must contact all the people in your
> > book, so that they can eradicate it in their own addressbooks.
> >new e-mail message
> > To do this:
> > 1. Open a
> >book next to the "To"
> > 2. Click the icon of the address
> >to "BCC"
> > 3. Highlight evey name and add
> >to e-mail, and send
> > 4. Copy this message, enter subject and paste
> > Remember you have to do this
- Has anyone else noticed a similarity between
Michelangelo's depiction of the attitude of the hands
of Adam and the Creator in the Sistine Chapel and the
attitude of the hands of one who is knitting?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "George Thomas" <social_artist@...>
Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 9:51 AM
Subject: [steiner] Holy Knitting
| Has anyone else noticed a similarity between
| Michelangelo's depiction of the attitude of the hands
| of Adam and the Creator in the Sistine Chapel and the
| attitude of the hands of one who is knitting?
I've been thinking about this ever since it arrived, and I'm still not
sure. I learned to knit all our sweaters, etc. when I was 13 and I
still knit, but while watching my hands, I noticed my right index
finger is predominant in the stitch forming movement as though
pointing. It seems to me the Creator's finger as well as that of Adam
is more retro - that is, bent backward more and it seems so powerful -
certainly far more so than in knitting. On the other hand, I think of
the Creator weaving life into Adam's form, as we "weave" string or
yarn into fabric to form an object. I'm glad you mentioned this,
George. It seems to me always wise to look closely at everything, and
you gave me something new to ponder. Thanks!
- I received the following reply from another group. Please accept my apologies for sending the original post before checking further. Hopefully no harm has been done.warm regards,Charlie.*******According to Symantec, this is a hoax:
It won't hurt your system to delete the file if you have already done so,
unless you use "Microsoft Visual J++ 1.1 to develop Java programs on Windows
XP, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 98, or Windows 95."
Instructions to recover are located at the link above.