If an inspiring message is what you need these seven letters, in all the colors of the rainbow, say it all! Happy SAFACAP Sunday!
This is a new thing I’d like to start, uploading pictures of my inspirational motto on what I’m calling “SAFACAP Sundays.” Next time you’re playing Scrabble, if you have an S, an F, a C, a P, and three As, you’ve as good as won the game! And even if you lose, who cares? You’re strong and focused and confident and positive!
I’ve come up with a new motto: S.A.F.A.C.A.P. it stands for Strong and Focused and Confident and Positive (I had to add all the ands so it would be easier to say) and I’m so confident that it’s the new word to live by that I’ve plastered it on a whole slew of products because I want everyone to live by those four very important words. I want everyone to Stay SAFACAP! So check out clothing, towels, drinkware, and decor that will show everyone that you’re SAFACAP!
In 16th century Prague, Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel sought a way to defend the Jewish people from persecution. Consulting hidden magical arts, Rabbi Loew built a creature called a Golem out of clay and brought it to life. He named it Adam and it possessed the strength of many scores of men and succeeded in beating back Loew’s oppressors. But Adam became wild and uncontrollable when he achieved understanding of what he was and what he could not have that other men could have. He went berserk, whisking the Rabbi’s daughter Sarah away in a mad rage. Loew and his allies were finally able to subdue and deactivate the golem before it was too late, but they were unable to destroy Adam. He was hidden away someplace safe and sat there for centuries until he was discovered by Dracula and the Order of the Dragon, who wished to unlock his power. Originally built as a weapon of God, Adam did not fully understand the mind of his new master, but felt compelled to obey the vampire king. However, in the course of the Second World War, when the Jews of Europe found a new persecutor, Adam’s purpose was only too clear; Destroy. Dracula fueled the golem’s rage at these new enemies and would be sure to make use of it, in the future, in his continuing crusade against all of humanity.
Dracula’s niece Elizabeth had been raised in his household as a princess of Alinor and was one of his most loyal supporters during the Imperial Wars and his campaign for global conquest. She was his voice to the people and did her utmost to defend his radical edicts until the time came when he could drop all his noble guises and assume control of the entire world of Elmar. When the people united against him; even his own children; Elizabeth remained by his side. In return for her loyalty, Dracula taught her many things about magic until she had become the most powerful witch in the world. Together, they ruled the land of Alinor for nearly a hundred years until the people discovered a way of banishing them from Elmar forever. When they awakened in our world, in the region of medieval Transylvania, Dracula and Elizabeth found their strength somewhat diminished and new boundaries limiting their powers. Dracula needed blood at night and rest in the daytime and Elizabeth was able to nurse her uncle back to strength and protect him from those who would destroy him. Even in this new world Dracula made many enemies, perhaps most famously the vampire slaying Dr. Abraham Van Helsing. The children of his enemies continued their crusade against him for generations and Dracula knew he needed to rebuild his army. Thus, he formed the Order of the Dragon and summoned dark, hateful things from all corners of the world. With Elizabeth at his right hand, Dracula molded the Order into a fearsome empire that plunged the world into darkness for centuries. And Elizabeth, who had felt nothing in the 600 years since her father’s death, at last found love amongst the Order…
How can you stop a criminal who can’t be seen? The answer is: you can’t, which is why Professor Griffin is still out there. He went on a rampage throughout London, eluding even the wiles of legendary detective Sherlock Holmes. In Canada, he continues his work in secret, far from the English countryside where he grew up. Using his invisibility to acquire funds for many of the Order’s more substantial plots, Griffin needed Dracula’s help to synthesize an antidote to his serum. It seems it worked too well and, unable to return to visibility, Griffin made a monster out of himself. A genius of chemistry, engineering and, well, crime, the Invisible Man has gone far beyond the scope of humanity and into the realm of the truly unholy.