31. August 2011 · Comments Off on She Walks in Beauty: a Discussion of the Poem by Lord Byron · Categories: Poetry · Tags: , ,

She walks in beauty, like the night

Of cloudless climes and starry skies;

And all that’s best of dark and bright

Meet in her aspect and her eyes:

Thus mellow’d to that tender light

Which heaven to gaudy day denies.

One shade the more, one ray the less,

Had half impair’d the nameless grace

Which waves in every raven tress,

Or softly lightens o’er her face;

Where thoughts serenely sweet express

How pure, how dear their dwelling place.

And on that cheek, and o’er that brow,

So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,

The smiles that win, the tints that glow,

But tell of days in goodness spent,

A mind at peace with all below,

A heart whose love is innocent!

Lord Byron’s opening couplet to “She Walks In Beauty” is among the most memorable and most quoted lines in romantic poetry. The opening lines are effortless, graceful, and beautiful, a fitting match for his poem about a woman who possesses effortless grace and beauty.

About the Poem, “She Walks In Beauty”

In June, 1814, several months before he met and married his first wife, Anna Milbanke, Lord Byron attended a party at Lady Sitwell’s. While at the party, Lord Byron was inspired by the sight of his cousin, the beautiful Mrs. Wilmot, who was wearing a black spangled mourning dress. Lord Byron was struck by his cousin’s dark hair and fair face, the mingling of various lights and shades. This became the essence of his poem about her.

According to his friend, James W. Webster, “I did take him to Lady Sitwell’s party in Seymour Road. He there for the first time saw his cousin, the beautiful Mrs. Wilmot. When we returned to his rooms in Albany, he said little, but desired Fletcher to give him a tumbler of brandy, which he drank at one to Mrs. Wilmot’s health, then retired to rest, and was, I heard afterwards, in a sad state all night. The next day he wrote those charming lines upon her—She walks in Beauty like the Night…”

The poem was published in 1815. Also in that year Lord Byron wrote a number of songs to be set to traditional Jewish tunes by Isaac Nathan. Lord Byron included “She Walks in Beauty” with those poems.

Discussion of the Poem

The first couple of lines can be confusing if not read properly. Too often readers stop at the end of the first line where there is no punctuation. This is an enjambed line, meaning that it continues without pause onto the second line. That she walks in beauty like the night may not make sense as night represents darkness. However, as the line continues, the night is a cloudless one with bright stars to create a beautiful mellow glow. The first two lines bring together the opposing qualities of darkness and light that are at play throughout the three verses.

The remaining lines of the first verse employ another set of enjambed lines that tell us that her face and eyes combine all that’s best of dark and bright. No mention is made here or elsewhere in the poem of any other physical features of the lady. The focus of the vision is upon the details of the lady’s face and eyes which reflect the mellowed and tender light. She has a remarkable quality of being able to contain the opposites of dark and bright.

The third and fourth lines are not only enjambed, but the fourth line begins with an irregularity in the meter called a metrical substitution. The fourth line starts with an accented syllable followed by an unaccented one, rather than the iambic meter of the other lines, an unaccented syllable followed by an accented one. The result is that the word “Meet” receives attention, an emphasis. The lady’s unique feature is that opposites “meet” in her in a wonderful way.

The second verse tells us that the glow of the lady’s face is nearly perfect. The shades and rays are in just the right proportion, and because they are, the lady possesses a nameless grace. This conveys the romantic idea that her inner beauty is mirrored by her outer beauty. Her thoughts are serene and sweet. She is pure and dear.

The last verse is split between three lines of physical description and three lines that describe the lady’s moral character. Here soft, calm glow reflects a life of peace and goodness. This is a repetition, an emphasis, of the theme that the lady’s physical beauty is a reflection of her inner beauty.

Lord Byron greatly admired his cousin’s serene qualities on that particular night and he has left us with an inspired poem.

The poem was written shortly before Lord Byron’s marriage to Anna Milbanke and published shortly after the marriage.

27. August 2011 · Comments Off on How to Hide a Double Chin · Categories: Health And Fitness · Tags: , ,

Some people have a double chin. They might be a little overweight or just might have loose skin from getting older, and not necessarily putting on more weight. It’s natural to wonder if you can hide a chin obesity at all. To be frank, there are plenty of methods to make double chins look smaller, but it’s never possible to completely hide a chin fat.

One method to hiding a chin fat or making it look smaller is to wear low cut shirts. Guys can wear button up shirts without buttoning them up all the way. Wearing clothing like a turtle neck sweater and other shirts that come up to your neck just enhances the chin obesity instead of hiding it effectively. A button down shirt that is left open or a low cut shirt will both draw eyes away from the double chin.

If you don’t want to go through double chin surgery, you can always apply make up in a way to disguise your double chin. It’s not a bad idea to ask a cosmetologist on tips how to apply make up so as to not enhance the chin obesity. One tip is to make certain you blend the foundation of your make up. The last thing you want is a line dividing your face and chin. This is only going to make your chin look larger. Blending the foundation will make the color in your face and chin appear to be gradual.

However, in order to eliminate your double chin, you need to go through surgery that will get rid of the chin fat. Two methods are used to accomplish this goal. The first method is where they can use liposuction, which removes fat from underneath the skin. The second method is a chin tuck, this is where loose skin is stretched out so that the skin has a tighter and firmer appearance.

There are no certain ways to hide a double chin, but there are ways to eliminate it. Natural weight loss through exercise and proper dieting is perhaps the best method. Whenever work off weight, fat diminishes all over your body through burning calories, including around the chin. That’s probably the best way to eliminate double chins.

22. August 2011 · Comments Off on Useful Tips on Writing Rhyme Incorporated Poetry · Categories: Poetry · Tags: , ,

As we all know, there are so many types and genres of poetry and learning it one by one is time consuming, simply ‘cos one must first seek and understand the meaning of each form, before one can write a poem of his/her own in a chosen form or style, but if you are like me, (patient enough to learn new things) who loves

creating/inventing new poetic form, then bare with me and I’ll share with you the hints writing poetry in a new poetic form called “Rhyme Incorporated”

A “Rhyme Incorporated” is a poetic form

meaning “incorporation of poets’ names and the titles of their poems” in a new poem. Rhyme incorporated poem can be written as a short three mono-rhyming lines (a Tercet) or in multiple stanzas of mono-rhyming tercet and it is drawn from the titles of poems written by poets around the world. The rhyme scheme for this form of poetry is aaa, bbb, ccc, etc.; line 1 and 3 may or may not have same syllable counts.

I created “Rhyme Incorporated” as an answer to the calls of my peers/fellow poets: to write a tag poem (being played in 2007 at the Poetrysoup Community) to culminate the performance of other members by sharing a tag poem and have fun writing poetry.

Writing in this poetic form one must bare in mind to stay focus on his/her topic and no doubt must keep the interest of the readers. Also remember, in order to have a successful “Rhyme Incorporated” poem, one must read other poets works, (why? simply because how can you write a rhyme incorporated poem without knowing the names of the poets and their poems), then select the titles of their poems and with your own feelings/ideas, carefully construct a meaningful, interesting and heartfelt poem.

Well, the goal of this poetic form is to write a poem and at the same time to unite and to promote other poets and their works, and to foster and solidify brotherhood/sisterhood/camaraderie/friendship/peace among poets.

Surely, writing Rhyme Incorporated poetry is a lot of fun, enlightening and a very challenging activity. At first glance it seems difficult, but when you have the will to write, then I assure 99%, if not 100% that you can write a rhyme incorporated poem and the further you go in studying/writing in this form the closer you become the great master of Rhyme Incorporated. Oh, do not stress yourself or push your brain hard writing this kind of poetry, lest your work become meaningless and you end up not feeling well about me…lol.

And, if you are not a poet but has the craving to become one, just like me, and want to give it a try writing poetry, well there is always a solution. Use Google search and find an existing poetry forum/community/site, then join and start reading their works (you need to do a lot of reading, before you can write a rhyme incorporated poem) and at the same time read/commend their works. And, if you see an interesting title of poem that you can use for your own rhyme incorporated, list it down on a piece of paper and later write a poem, but only when you are inspired, ‘cos this way you can easily write in this form and the best part of all, it will make your poem a masterpiece that everybody will look at and of course, it will make you feel proud of yourself and feel like a great poet too.

Ok, here’s the simple rule of this poetic form, a poem is not a rhyme incorporated poem, without the names of other poets and their poems’ title in your poem. That’s it!

Lastly, do not forget to acknowledge the poets, for using their names and the titles of their works in your Rhyme Incorporated poem. This can be done by making a footnote at the end of your poem. A simple “thank you” note will be fair enough. Incorporating other poets or your own peers and their works in your rhyme incorporated poem is a compliment/an honor to all of them. But above all, be friendly or else they won’t allow you putting their names and titles of their works in your poem…lol! Good luck!

Here’s an example of a three line (Tercet) Rhyme Incorporated:

One Day In Spring

O, waiting for John Heck “In Fields of Eden”,

when “I Kissed a Butterfly” for “Breaking the Pen”

that Brandlynn Scruggs asked for “An Hour in Heaven”.

This poem consists of:

Poet John Heck, his poem “In Fields of Eden”

Poet Brandlynn Scruggs, her poem “An Hour in Heaven”

Me, my poems “I Kissed A Butterfly” and “Breaking the Pen”.

Here’s an example of a longer Rhyme Incorporated:

Starless Night: The Art Of Giving

1. I was reading Michelle MacDonald’s superb piece of art “Sea Shanty”

2. Secretly, under the haiku master Katherine Stella’s “Yum Yum Tree”

3. When smiling Carol Brown, invited me to her grand “Surprise Party”

4. The charming lady of the soup was no longer feeling bad or “Sideline”

5. After mending herself, thru helpful John Boak’s “Like The Best Wine”

6. I am not sure, if, playful Julie Bristow told her, the miracle of “Divine”

7. Thank God! Doret Cope sighed; she didn’t suffer from a “Stolen Love”

8. She enjoyed the work of Dawn Drickman’s “The Tiger And The Dove”

9. She is a good person, that I told her my secret, of having “Other Love”

10. At the party, Keith Bickerstaffe, without her luckless maid “Ophelia”

11. Was talking to Sir William Robinson, the great man behind “Mahalia”

12. I guessed she asked him why I wrote “O God, The Rat Has A Phobia”

13. Dancing flawlessly, to the nostalgic tune of Jeffrey Lee’s “Music”

14. Was my haiku mentor, she’s mesmerized by Mahalia’s “Light Magic”

15. But co-host, a certain Adam Piper was caught trapped, at “The Attic”

16. I did surprise all, even Sir William Robinson, “When I Stop And Pray”

17. I interrupted my recitation, of own favorite “Cast Your Doubts Away”

18. ‘Cos, I rather break my pen, but not a promise: “And To Thee, I Pray”

19. Epulaeryu chef Joseph Spence Sr. who “Makes The World Go Round”

20. Was explaining, his cooking, to sweet Elaine George, but “Spellbound”

21. By the strong romantic power, of yellow “Dried Rose On The Ground”

22. That got humble Daria Stone confused, of feeling “Unlocked, Not Free”

23. A beauteous Deborah Simpson smiled and asked him: “Sequester Me”

24. Joyful Karen O’Leary said, the handsome chef, will “Travel With Me”

25. Thinking of O, Ms. Jill Martin was in her solitude “Quietly…breathing”

26. That, she just waved her hand greeting April Lewis “Without Speaking”

27. I spied humorist Donald Meikle, writing a “Note to a Lady in Waiting”

28. Let’s party! exclaimed silent Sami Al-Khalili, but not “Only In Winter”

29. That’s a real cool idea, and I said, how about in “The Field Of Summer”

30. Dame Marcyle Beer offered her place, called “Welcome To Fort Beer”

31. A rising star Taryn Melville proudly breezed in: saying “I Am From…”

32. But, party guy Anthony Slauson showed us his “Fingers of Freedom”

33. Leaving noble Alyssa Finley’s young mind fixated in “Dreams Come”

34. A free verse expert JeanMarie Marchese of Homosassa, uttered “Slow”

35. Let snow lover Linda Smith tell us first her “Footprints In The Snow”

36. Indeed, we’ve our time to introduce ourselves, before “The Cockcrow”

37. Sweet Elaine George arrived, when the night still had a “Tender Heart”

38. With a special gift, for Raquel Nicholson, ‘cos she has “a broken heart”

39. I learned that Big John Tanaskow did not wish to go “Back At the Start”

40. The party made poetic Mark Hansen expressed himself, in “Cloud Nine”

41. Perhaps he had consumed much of shy type Nicola Steel’s “Plumy Wine”

42. For he was too excited, to meet a bright Seema Ali, on a “Poetry Online”

43. Before the party was over, Juanita Ganir, sprung from her “Sacred Well”

44. And, old Londoner Matt Doe spoke, of his mighty “Showdown In Hell”

45. To a sexy Tamiviolet Manchas, but, she xoxoxo urged him, “Don’t Tell”

46. Many thanks, to photographer William Jones, for his “Living In Color”

47. A souvenir that reflects my own plea to “Make Me Whole, Once More”

48. A plea to everyone, to all friends, to remember that “My Name Is Thor”

49. That night, vibrant Effie Blake told me “You Don’t Have To Be A Star”

50. To see the beauty of this world or meet Troy Nelson, of the “Dead Star”

51. Ahh!!! My voice need to be heard, that I wrote “To You, Mr. Apolinar”

52. It’s about quest of heart and mind, of being simply “Me And The Moon”

53. Stressed Michele Nold had a simple request, “Where is the Bath Room”

54. I didn’t entertain her, for I felt dizzy coming out from “The Lost Room”

55. Then, I overheard grin-faced Oshin Ifedayo saying, “She’s gone at Last”

56. Who’s who? The “Christians, Muslims, Jews…” “Heaven Waits For Us”

57. A place of peace, where we can write a sonnet, of being “Home, At Last”

58. So, you can tag or be tagged, in our “Starless Night: The Art Of Giving”

59. I agreed, with Vince Suzadail Jr., that giving’s more of a “Human Being”

60. Tammy Armstrong liked the ambience, but said, “Something’s Missing”

61. Some didn’t come; they’re busy surfing, ‘cos “The Deep Blue Is Rough”

62. Historian Charles Fuller sent them a note, “I Hear You In A Photograph”

63. Now, I see why dear Tatiyana Carney has “Lock Box And Photographs.”

Note: “Starless Night: The Art Of Giving” is a long poem of 63 lines

(not included the line count between stanzas) and has incorporated 43 poets

and 65 poems. See what other poets are saying about this piece, by clicking

here: http://www.poetrysoup.com/poem_detail.asp?PoemID=52454

21. August 2011 · Comments Off on The Future of Alternative Energy for Cars · Categories: Environment · Tags: , ,

During the old hot rodding days,oil was king. It was also only about 25 cents a gallon, and everyone thought there was an endless supply. Then we were hit with the oil shock of the seventies, and we realized that there was not an endless supply of oil (only of lines at the gas tanks) and we had to change our ways. Big, gas guzzling cars had to give way to economy models,and many of the traditional car companies suffered. But continued hish oil usage still threatens the supply.

This fact has forced the world to look at alternative sources of energy to fuel our vehicles. What knd of alternatives are suitable to running cars? Let’s have a look at the facts.

There are many forms of alternative energy, primarily from the forces of the earth: water (tidal or hydroelectric), air,waste (biomass), the sun and the earth itself. But currently, we only meet 10% of our energy needs through these alternative natural sources. Coal, gas and nuclear fuel supplies 88% of our needs, and oil 2% For vehicles, however, oil is by far the biggest source of power. Diesel and gas oils powers most of the cars, trucks and SuVs on the roads today. Biodiesel fuel such as vegetable oil, methanol and ethanol are starting to be used in some buses. Using the same logic, we should be able to make our cars into mini-windmills or mini solar panels. But this use is limited and we nee to find a longer-range solution.

What does the future hold?

Using alternative energy directly in cars is not practical. What’ the solution, if not windmills and solar panels? Hydogen as a source of fuel for vehicles has proven to be the most viable. Many hydrogen powerd vehicles exist today, and more are being developed.

How do we involve alternative energy more in our lives? Hydrogen as a source of power is extracted form a number of different natural resources, such as water, biomass, coal and methane. The best source is water and many cars today are being run on fuel cells that extract hydrogen from water.

There are many processes to extract hydrogen molecules. But, in general, all of these processes require electricity tofunction. As the world’s population grows, the demand for power and energy grows with it. That will help the popularity of hydrogen power, but this type of alternative power will eventually be replaced by other, more efficient types of alternative energy.

So the quest for other, better energy sources for our vehicles will continue. We may see the day when an extremely powerful solar cell or roof mounted turbine will power a car for miles.

For now, the present problem of finding alternative energy solutions to power our vehicles continues. The task is large, but it is certainly is achievable.

18. August 2011 · Comments Off on Celtic Symbols: Finding Meaning in Celtic Art · Categories: Art · Tags: , ,

There is an undeniable aura that surrounds Celtic designs and Druid traditions. Although I have strong family ties to both Ireland and Scotland, you don’t need a Celtic heritage to be enticed by the culture. It’s been said that as long as you respect Mother Earth and feel an affinity with the Celtic people you too have a Celtic soul.

The meanings behind all of the spirals, knots, labyrinths, and crosses have intrigued many people for many centuries. Since you will find all of these symbols in this book, a brief explanation of some of the more popular interpretations are listed on below:

Celtic Knots:

Quite possibly the most recognized of all the Celtic symbols is the knot. The elaborately interwoven design with no end and no beginning is thought to be an expression of the Celts’ belief in eternity. The Druids and the ancient Celts believed in a life without end, with death only being a transition into a new phase. While all knot patterns contain this element of life-everlasting, certain designs are believed to carry more specific meanings.

For example, the triquestra or trefoil knot points to the importance the Druid’s placed on the number 3, the number of fate. This design was such a hallmark of the Celtic people that Irish Christians found a way to bring it into their new faith by adopting the symbol as a representation of the Blessed Trinity.


There seems to be a lot of debate as to the true meaning of spirals in Celtic art. The direction of the spiral and the number of rotations appears to affect the meaning behind the image, therefore we will discuss some specific configurations.

Triple Spiral- is also known as the triple Goddess or triskele, symbolizing the maiden/mother/crone phases of life or the three phases of the Moon.

Double Spiral- signifies balance. Also believed to portray the equinox, a time when day and night are equal in length.

Clockwise Spiral- While the Druids tended to favor the Moon in their symbolism, this design is actually a representation of the Sun. A loosely wound spiral would embody an expansive summer sun while a tightly wound spiral expressed the shortened days and long nights of winter.

Labyrinth or Step Patterns:

Symbolic of the journey we take in life, the labyrinth was often used during prayer or meditation. Focusing on the design reminds us that life is full of options, and open doors, as well as obstacles to overcome.


Finally, we come to the simple circle, the building block for mandalas as well as Celtic imagery. Much like Gods’ love, the circle is never ending. It is a universal symbol of the cycle of life; birth-death-rebirth. The intertwining of circles is the basis for many Celtic knots with the number of circles often symbolizing something more.

Note that by combining 3 circles the aforementioned triquestra knot is formed in the center. On the other hand, five circles linked together form the circle of being; a Druid illustration of the four earthly elements being forever united by a fifth element, balance.

15. August 2011 · Comments Off on Secrets of the 200 MPG Carburetor · Categories: Environment · Tags: , ,

Dear Fellow Car Enthusiast:

Thanks for requesting this report on the “200 MPG Carburetor.” It should inspire you. It may make you angry. It may answer some of your questions, while raising a few more. For example.

These questions have been running through my mind, How about you? Is the motoring public the victim of a cruel, profit-motivated rip-off…have carburetors been developed, but suppressed by “big oil interests,” that are capable of giving our cars and trucks better than 200 miles per gallon of gasoline? Is there any truth in the rumor that there are cars on the road today that actually get this fabled mileage?


1. Reportedly between 1933 and 1936 a Canadian, Charles N. Pogue, was a awarded a number of patents covering a new, vaporization type carburetor. In 1936, he installed a working model on 1935, 8 cylinder coupe, and turned the car over to a leading car company of Canada, for testing.

2. Further reports claim the car achieved an astonishing 205.5 miles per gallon of gas. The car company “one of the big 3 in Detroit” reportedly documented this performance in writing. The same vehicle was then reportedly mileage tested by other Canadian automotive agencies. Results, also reportedly documented, were the same: over 200 MPG under average driving conditions. One report stated, “It performed equal to, if not better, than any car with a standard carburetor.”

3. According to a leading automotive journal, when the story broke, the Toronto Stock Exchange was swamped with orders to dump all oil stock.

4. Shortly thereafter allegations were made that, Pogue’s carburetor “disappeared.” No further tests were conducted, no fresh stories appeared in print. Did Pogue sell out? He supposedly denied doing so. Yet in a short time, Pogue (previously a man of reputed modest means), owned a factory that manufactured oil filters. No Carburetors.


Below are a few letters we’ve received lately. Why would people be writing back to us if the vaporizing principle was a hoax? These people are just like you and I. Not some huge corporation. These are real people telling of their experiences with vaporization. Listen to what they say.

G.D. of Il., writes that he has been offered a $100,000 a year job to quit playing around with his hobby. We haven’t heard from him for some time.

R.P. of Wisc., says he averages 80 MPG on his Oldsmobile Toronado, He says he got as high as 149 MPG with his first prototype model and is now working on another one to install in a Chevy with 283 V8 that he expects to do better than 180 MPG with.

R.C. of TX., Has on his device for more than a year now and has applied for patent. He has been able to get as high as 110 MPG under some testing, but normally the average is not quite that good. He has had a couple of mechanics helping him and has worked out just about every problem anyone could think of ever having in a system of this type. He has been in touch with us quite often during his research and he now feels that the device is about ready to market. He is looking for backers if you might be interested, get in touch with him.

R.G., of FL., Has been giving Seminars and claims to get 45 to 65 MPG on a 1976 Cadillac with 425 cid V8 engine.

B.W. of W.V., has been working on these things for several years. He now has been working on these things for several years. He now has three different carburetors and one of them gets him 60 MPG on his Chrysler Cordoba. Last we heard about him was that he was going into production and market one of the carbs at about $250.

If you’re interest in contacting these people we have names, addresses and in some cases phone numbers listed in our new update. Available when you purchase the manual.



If the Pogue story is true, why isn’t it on the market? Surely then it must be a hoax. Anything with that type of gas savings should go into production immediately to make the U.S.A. energy strong and reduce inflation by leaps and bounds. And the Leader of every nation should be pushing for mass production of

these devices. Yet from 1936 to the present date no 200 MPG CARBURETOR is in production on a mass scale and the Pogue Patent is now expired. Anyone can build it now. What can all this mean to you? As stated before decide for yourself! Can we get America motivated to overcome these sinister forces that

don’t even want you to read about the Patent Drawings & Descriptions of Pogue

(now expired), plus many more Drawings & Descriptions of other pioneering inventors.



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02. August 2011 · Comments Off on Black Molds And The Musty Odor · Categories: Home Improvement · Tags: , ,

Grow of the deadlier mold and mildew has been becoming the threatening concern for the people in the earth since its recognition. Mold and mildew are the musty sick building syndrome and the producer of musty odor in the basements, kitchen, living room and various other places. There are numbers of molds are out there in the world, but all of them are not dangerous and contribute threats for the mankind like some of them produce penicillin that is kind of procurement for sickness.

Now question comes what is mold and mildew? Molds are the microscopic organism and belong to the fungi kingdom. These fungi thrive in the moist and damp dry condition. Molds are fungi that reproduce by releasing tiny spores into the air. Spores that land on moist objects may begin to grow. Mildews are the kind of mold with the white in color. Molds are everywhere like all the organic places. They are found in wallpapers, ceiling tiles, paintings, adhesive, carpeting, and wallboard and on the woody substances. They thrive in dark, warm and moist locations like under the carpet, inside walls and ceiling. They will also contaminate items that come in contact with those surfaces.

The highly toxic black molds are treated as the main sick building syndrome. The scientific term of the black mold is “Stachybotrys Chartarum”. Toxic mold is a type of mold that produces hazardous byproducts, called mycotoxins. The black molds are the moisture- laden material that contains cellulose. The molds can provoke the disorder like allergic reaction and asthma in most of the common cases. It is very essential to get rid of black molds, as the complains of flu like symptoms, chronic fatigue syndrome, memory impairment, and migraines, sick building syndrome, dizziness and nasal problems are common. These are the mild symptoms. Many researchers claim that mold can attack several main body systems, including the brain, central nervous and resistant systems and have been the direct cause of some deaths. Asthmatics, infants and individuals suffering immune system deficiencies are particularly vulnerable.

To take proper precaution about your health and sick building syndrome there must be some remedies to reducing or removing molds from the house-hold. First thing to start with the dehumidifier and stabilize the condition of the house environment, the proper ventilation process would minimize the molds to reproduce. Bleach wash along with the water will have to be done. There are organic and natural supplements that are well specified option to drive the molds and mildews out of the house.