REAL NEWS May 16, 2012
Posted by Xaniel777 on May 15, 2012
TODAY’S NEWS : May 16, 2012
DHS Whistleblower: Obama to Commit ‘Reichstag’ Event to Enact Martial Law
[While we can't verify the accuracy of this 'DHS whistleblower' we feel we should at least inform of the possibility.]
From Vision To America
Written on MAY 12, 2012 by V2A
The Obama agents, through the DHS and other assorted colluders, are plotting a major ‘Reichstag’ event to generate racial riots and produce the justification for martial law, delaying the November 2012 elections, possibly indefinitely, a DHS whistleblower informed the Canada Free Press on Tuesday.
The ‘Reichstag Event’ would take the form of a staged assassination attempt against Barack Obama, “carefully choreographed” and manufactured by Obama operatives.
It would subsequently be blamed on “white supremacists” and used to enrage the black community to rioting and looting, the DHS source warned.
The Obama administration would then use the violence and chaos they created as justification for the imposition of martial law in major urban cities in America, the creation of DHS checkpoints, restriction of travel, and the indefinite delay of the November 2012 elections.
The Reichstag event refers to a fire started during Hitler’s rise to power.
The fire allowed him to grab emergency powers and murder his opposition. Historians have long believed that Hitler started the fire himself, while he blamed it on the Communists.
The anonymous whistleblower elaborated on how the Obama administration is using the Occupy movement, labor unions, and other assorted subversive groups to create massive chaos within the nation.
Primary source: The Coming Attack
Secondary source: Before It’s News
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Subtle Energies & Healing
From Coast To Coast A.M.
MIT and Princeton trained physicist Dr. Claude Swanson discussed subtle forms of energy that provide scientific evidence for long-distance healing and other types of paranormal abilities.
There is increasing acknowledgment that consciousness is intertwined with science, he said, adding that a “life force,” or what the Chinese call chi, is an animating principle.
This force could be considered the fabric of space-time; energy that is present in the vacuum at a very small scale, he continued.
The Russians referred to this as the torsion field, composed of phitons, very small particles or waves that behave differently depending on their location in space.
Remote healers are often able to see a holographic image in their mind’s eye of the person they’re working on, and detect what part of the body is problematic, and effect a healing through the image.
There is scientific data that shows this kind of healing takes place and is not psychosomatic, Swanson reported, and suggested the healings are manifesting through faster-than-light torsion-type particles.
He also cited studies by Fritz-Albert Popp about biophotons, little pulses of light that our DNA molecules produce for communication and that govern health and metabolism.
One of the big mysteries has been how does DNA know to act differently in different parts of the body, and Popp determined that the pulses act coherently to produce a holographic blueprint of the body.
Swanson visited crop circles in England, and found they give off subtle energies based on their patterns, which can create sacred feelings and perceptions.
He also talked about the existence of parallel realities, and healers such as Richard Bartlett, whose Matrix Energetics technique taps into a different version of reality in which a person doesn’t have their illness, in order to heal them in this reality. For more, check out a video presentation Dr. Swanson made at MUFON LA.
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The Amygdala/ Messages from the Dead
From Coast To Coast A.M.
In the first half, brain researcher Neil Slade talked about his work investigating the amygdala, a part of the brain believed to cause increased creativity, intelligence, and paranormal ability.
“The amygdala is a compass,” Slade said, “it tells you which direction to go when you need to know it.”
He explained that the amygdala draws people toward positive experiences and repels them away from negative ones.
According to Slade, the amygdala is connected to all of the other parts of the brain and uses past knowledge to serve a cues when new experiences present themselves.
While the amygdala reacts to outside forces, Slade contended that it can also be stimulated by people to increase positive thinking and enhance creative functions.
Having spoken with a number of successful people in various fields, Slade has determined that there are many ways to stimulate the amygdala.
He recalled a conversation with Steven Snyder, a piano tuner who has worked with the biggest recording studios in New York City.
Snyder told Slade that he activates his amygdala by striking a tuning fork and placing it to the side of his head where that part of the brain is located.
Ultimately, Slade said, consistent stimulation of the amygdala over time can result in a phenomenon called “popping the frontal lobe,” something he experienced six years after he began his research.
Slade described it as akin to a sense of enlightenment and marveled that “it’s the best feeling that you’ve ever had.”
In the latter half, Ph.D. researcher at the University of Northampton, Cal Cooper, discussed his research into telephone calls from the dead, as well as ghosts and apparitions in ancient and modern Egypt.
He detailed four types of phenomenal phone calls, with the first being a simple, short call from someone known to be deceased.
There have also been reports of calls, either incoming or outgoing, with a deceased person where the conversation is much longer and the living person does not find out, until later, that the individual on the other line had already died.
Cooper also highlighted a fourth type of anomalous call where a person thinks about calling someone, but doesn’t, and then hears from their intended recipient who insists they had talked earlier in the day.
Regarding the ghosts of Egypt, Cooper theorized that spirits were used in ancient times as a means of deterring tomb robbers, since such structures had doors, either built inside or painted on the walls, that were specifically meant for ghosts.
In the modern era, Cooper said, one infamous type of ghost in Egypt is known as an ‘afrit.’
This spirit, he said, is the ghost of someone who died a violent death and had their blood spill on the ground, thus making it sacred.
When a person encounters an afrit, it resembles the deceased individual but grows in size as it approaches the observer.
“It can get to the size of a house,” he reported, “and they believe it can bend right over a person and squeeze them to death.”
While this may sound like a fanciful tale, Cooper said that he has spoken with Egyptians who had encountered an afrit and saw it grow to immense size, causing the witness to run away in terror.
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From Urban Survival
By George Ure
May 15, 2012
Had an interesting email come in while we were on the road detailing a fine encounter with the WuJo – and since I am now digging through most of the pile of undone stuff around here, pleased to share it…
“George, last Wednesday I had a very interesting experience. I had an interview at 1pm in Louisville which is about an hour and twenty minutes from my home in Lexington.
Got totally ready and went to walk out the door at 11:30 so I would definitely be there on time and I couldn’t find my keys.
I looked everywhere and ripped up my room and that usually spots where my keys would be.
My roommate was home and as he heard me freaking out he joined in the search and we couldn’t find them; oh and I stupidly lost my spare key years ago and hadn’t gotten another made.
Well, it just so happens that I had parked in my driveway behind my roommates car (because I knew I would be the first to leave the next day), so I couldn’t use his car to drive.
Luckily his girlfriend, who lives directly in the house across the street, was off work that day and let me take her car. I drove very fast and made it on time to the interview.
Here is where it gets very strange. My roommate and I have had small experiences of things disappearing and appearing so neither of us is new to this.
After I got home Wednesday afternoon I searched every square inch of the house inside and looked outside and in the car; I searched every drawer, cabinet, inside all my clothes, went through the trash, in every piece of furniture, etc., in order to establish that they no longer existed at my residence – they were not there, anywhere.
Well, the next day I was going to have to go to the DMV to get a copy of my title (because mine is locked inside the glove compartment) and then go to the dealership to get a copy of the key made.
About 30 minutes before I was to do all this, my roommate went over to his girlfriends house to let out her dogs while she was at work, and he finds my keys sitting on her coffee table.
He tells me they had been playing Jinga on her coffee table the night before and obviously they were not there.
Furthermore, his girlfriend said that she had cleaned her house on Wednesday and she of course had not seen the keys.
Nor did she notice the keys on the coffee table when she left for work Thursday morning.
So, to date, that is definitely the strangest disappearing act I’ve experienced! “
Wow…this is a weird one. Assuming you haven’t been over to the GF’s house lately (and impaired to the point of not remembering which doesn’t seem likely ), we’d have to put this one done in the WuJo category for sure.
It does bring up an interesting question, however: What direction is her house from yours?
If it was due West or East, then it would lead down one path of theorizing that the keys (at yourt house) somehow followed a male non-owner in some kind of field space, over to the GF’s house and materialized in his vicinity there, not realizing that it/they had become confused and attached to the same field.
In order for this to work out, the nonmaterial aspect of the keys would have to be easily confused.
So another good question is how close (in terms of emotional/responses, physical, intellectual, tastes in GF’s) are you and your roommate?
You might want to read a bit on morphogenetic fields (biology) and as yourself a question like this: “If morphogenetic fields are real in biology, is it possible that (as any shaman will tell you) seemingly inert objects can have some kind of ultra low-level sentience imprinted on them, such that they appear as field objects around strongly sentient beings?”
Or, to launch of Rupert Sheldrake’s work in this area and in particular his new work The Science Delusion. ($35 Amazon).
If you read this one, and his 2009 Morphic Resonance: The Nature of Formative Causation ($13 Amazon) which the British journal Nature called “the best candidate for burning there has been for many years,” you quickly find yourself slipping into the world of wizards, magic (especially ritual magic) and that’s right next to to the secret society/sacrificers on the one hand, and the shamanistic masters of intending (think Castaneda here) on the other.
There’s a case to be made that if you were to toss the “weak force” of physics and the science of intent into the blender, you could get a Sheldrake-type world where everything is a field more so than a “hard thing” and in some works of magic, things (and demons) can “attached” to the ethereal body of a human.
(It’s all over religious texts – explaining much of how miracles work – and in that context an attachment to a persons ethereal body would be a possession. And that gets us into the realm of why alcoholic beverages are called “spirits” and a who long discussion we don’t have time for this morning…)
But on a practical note, this Ure-after-Sheldrake world would provide for the “confusion of things” which could explain how they pop into (and out of) reality in the vicinity of their “owner” except, when as we’re talking about here, there may be so many similarities between our key victim and his roommate that the key energy got confused and attached to an etheric body of similar age, sex, height, weight, emotional construct and once at the GF’s house simply materialized in that vicinity confused by the local energy.
So is this a very non-traditional way of thinking?
Yes, of course.
But it’s also why while Clif has been working on the new web bot run (and boat building) that I’ve been “willing” him to work more on his book about how the materium works.
To be sure, there’re plenty of hints popping out: The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science and Lost Civilizations Behind the 2012 Prophecies is a good overview of the “field” work as is Lynn McTaggart’s delectable The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe.
If someone serious about the subject matter we to ask me to design a WuJo curriculum, it might be The Field, Source Field Investigations, Morphic Resonance, Science of Delusion, and then some of the dustier parts of the bookshelf, including some arcane works like A Treatise on Cosmic Fire along with a deep study of alchemy and will power.
FDA admits statin drugs cause diabetes, memory loss
March 01, 2012 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) All those doctors and medical experts who have expressed support for handing out statin drugs like candy or adding them to drinking water supplies may want to take a gander at new safety data published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
According to the agency’s website, the FDA has issued new labeling guidelines for statin drugs warning users that the medications can cause memory loss, elevated blood sugar levels, and type-2 diabetes, in addition to muscle damage and liver disease.
Patients taking Altoprev (lovastatin extended release), Crestor (rosuvastatin), Lescol (fluvastatin), Lipitor (atorvastatin), Livalo (pitavastatin), Mevacor (lovastatin), Pravachol (pravastatin), Zocor (simvastatin), Advicor (lovastatin / niacin extended-release), Simcor (simvastatin / niacin extended-release), and Vytorin (simvastatin / ezetimibe) will want to be aware of these potentially life-altering side effects, which are receiving little attention from the mainstream media.
“The reports about memory loss, forgetfulness and confusion span all statin products and all age groups,” writes the FDA on its website. And concerning diabetes, the FDA writes that “raised blood sugar levels and the development of Type 2 diabetes have been reported with the use of statins.”
Being careful not to offend its Big Pharma overlords, though, the FDA was quick to reassure the public that the new guidelines are not all that serious, and that patients should still keep taking their medications.
And yet out of the other side of its bureaucratic mouth, the FDA is basically admitting that statin drugs are high-risk drugs, which most obviously precludes implementing any of the asinine recommendations made in recent months that everyone, including healthy individuals, should take statin drugs.
Back in 20’0, for instance, so-called experts out of Imperial College London openly proclaimed that statin drugs should be handed out to customers at fast food restaurants for free (http://www.naturalnews.com/029590_statin_drugs_fast_food.html).
This recommendation was made, of course, in spite of the fact that statin drugs harm far more people than they supposedly help, and have a long history of causing liver damage, kidney failure, and other serious conditions (http://www.naturalnews.com/028988_statin_drugs_side_effects.html).
“The number of patients needed to be treated (with statin drugs) to reduce one death in three years is over ’00,” write Kenneth W. Thomas, ‘on Gilbert, and Gerd Schaller in their book Side “ffects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical Drug Cartel. “This means that 99 people take [statins] for several years and get absolutely no benefit.”
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