Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Schwarzenegger displays Nazi Code Signal

Adolf Eichmann and Arnold Schwarzenegger Display their Totenkopf Fashion Statements

I got the info from here.... I give this guy all the credit for diggin this one up!

The belt buckle has a Totenkopf on it. Totenkopf in German literally means “Death’s-head” or “skull”. Although it may not be commonly recognized in the US as a Nazi symbol, various forms of the Totenkopf were commonly used by the Nazis as a logo for the SS and several of their other military organizations. Today, similar Totenkopfs are often used by neo-Nazi groups, the Ku Klux Klan and other racist, right-wing extremists as a signal of their extremist political sympathies. This site provides more detailed background information on the Totenkopf, its history, what the Totenkopf represents. More than one feature of the buckle, as is explained below, connects it to German nationalism.
To see the Governor of California with the Jewish Mayor of New York wearing such a symbol, that can easily be taken as a Nazi code signal, is more than a little curious. Is it a good thing that a Jewish Mayor can get together with the son of one of Hitler’s Storm Troopers, who willingly helped carry out the Holocaust, and proudly display a Totenkopf on the cover of a national magazine? What a sign of reconciliation!! Schwarzenegger has his arm around Bloomberg’s neck, as if he thinks he might try to bolt.
When you know what the symbol connotes, the first reaction is usually “I can’t believe even Schwarzenegger would wear something like that on the cover of Time Magazine. Maybe it’s an altered photo?” However, you can see the same image on Time’s Website - Click here to see the cover on the Time Website. Below is a closer view.
Schwarzenegger’s Nazi-SS Belt Buckle

go here for more info......

Pyeongtaek Farmers in Korea

The farming towns of Doduri and Daechuri will never reap their famous rice harvests again, if the United States military continues with the planned expansion of its Camp Humphreys Army base. This concentration of U.S. troops in the Pyeongtaek region of South Korea will destroy the farming communities of Daechuri, Doduri, and others. Over 500 households and thousands of residents live within the zoned areas.The rice farmers have chosen to resist the occupation of their homeland and stand up to the Korean government and the United States military. Facing the imminent onslaught of bulldozers, riot police, and two nation's militaries, the farmers of Pyeongtaek have decided to risk imprisionment and death before they will willingly surrender their homes and their way of life. These peaceful villagers have fought the expansion of the base and the theft of their land through all possible legal means while being deceived and ignored.On February 7th, 2006, the farmers, having realized that the Korean government was not listening to their pleas and would not help them, declared autonomy and renounced their Korean citizenship. They have since been organizing the daily life and the defense of their land and community independently of the local government. In March, Korean police and army launched a series of violent attacks on the villages, ripping up rice fields and destroying their irrigation system. In May a massive police and military attack managed to fence off villagers' fields with razor wire. Police also destroyed a local elementary school that had been converted into a museum and community center. Riot police officers, soldiers, and hired thugs beat and arrested hundreds of villagers and supporters, including village leader Kim Ji-tae. Both Amnesty International and the National Human Rights Commission of Korea (a government oversight body) denounced the arrests and the violence against villagers.Since the May attack, Korean soldiers and police have maintained a permanent occupation of most of the fields, preventing village residents from planting and harvesting their crops. Police have established permanent checkpoints on the roads to the villages. Residents must present their ID cards in order to enter, and supporters are often turned back at the checkpoints.During the most recent attack, on September 13, thousands of riot police invaded and occupied the villages. Police demolition equipment managed to wipe out more than 60 empty houses, the “Human Rights House,” and a few houses occupied by supporters. The vastly outnumbered villagers and supporters did everything possible to stop the police attack. By scaling the roofs of houses slated for demolition, they managed to stop the police from destroying many of the houses that the Ministry of Defense had threatened to destroy.The Pyeongtaek villagers have reaffirmed their resistance to the base at the nightly candlelight vigils, now in their third year. As the Ministry of Defense's threaten imminent eviction, villagers continue to work in their gardens, harvest the few rice fields that haven't been fenced off with razor wire, and organize the defense of their land. Villagers hope that their resistance on the ground, the continued support of Korean social movements, and solidarity from abroad will be enough to stop the base expansion and save their land. the imperalist power continues.....

They want to wipe out this community of people, whos been on this land for generations,
to make their Military Base Bigger - with a whole self contained Community within with malls and etc.... The land is for the people who lives there, not for some factions to come by and take. That sound like a Occupation to me. sorta like what the Isra.... are doing to the Palest....

So i briefly mentioned it to my older family members... I was disapointed to hear that some of them thought that making the Base bigger was a better idea, because of the war/threat...and that displacing some of their own people was justifiable because it will lead to more safety for the whole .... HUH... what Threat! what War! was my answer... and thats Our People... we need to protect our people first!... I could see that the Brain Washing is really deep in our elders.........


Thursday, June 7, 2007

for President 2008?

Robert Muller, Former UN Assistant Secretary General, Chancellor of the University for Peace

"In the final analysis... the main function of education is to make children happy, fulfilled, universal human beings." -- Robert Muller

one of the curriculums

Good Physical Lives
Knowledge and care of the body
Teaching to see, to hear, to observe, to create, to do, to use well all our senses and physical capabilities vastly extended by science and technology
Good Emotional (Sentimental), Moral Lives
Teaching to love
Teaching truth, understanding, humility, liberty, reverence for life, compassion, altruism
Good Mental Lives
Teaching to question, think, analyze, synthesize, conclude, communicate
Teaching to focus from the infinitely large to the infinitely small, from the distant past and present to the future
Good Spiritual Lives
Spiritual exercises of interiority, meditation prayer, communication with theuniverse, eternity and God
Theosophy, Robert Muller and his World Core Curriculum.


Thursday, May 17, 2007

Is Lying a sin in the Catholic Faith?

So I get this email from a friend of mine.... about a mysterious stair case in a Catholic Church in New Mexico...... it was attached to a powerpoint show... showing the staircase and the church with a gothic type music........ very disturbingly powerful

---actual story on the staircase found on
Two mysteries surround the spiral staircase in the Loretto Chapel: the identity of its builder and the physics of its construction.
When the Loretto Chapel was completed in 1898, there was no way to access the choir loft twenty-two feet above. Carpenters were called in to address the problem but they all concluded access to the loft would have to be via ladder as a staircase would interfere with the interior space of the small Chapel.
Legend says that to find a solution to the seating problem, the Sisters of the Chapel made a novena to St. Joseph, the patron saint of carpenters. On the ninth and final day of prayer, a man appeared at the Chapel with a donkey and a toolbox looking for work. Months later the elegant circular staircase was completed, and the carpenter disappeared without pay or thanks. After searching for the man (an ad even ran in the local newspaper) and finding no trace of him, some concluded that he was St. Joseph himself, who came in answer to the sisters' prayers.
The stairway's carpenter, whoever he was, built a magnificent structure. The design was innovative for the time and some of the design considerations still perplex experts today.
The staircase has two 360 degree turns and has no visible means of support. Also, it is said that the staircase was built without nails—only wooden pegs. Questions also surround the number of stair risers compared to the height of the choir loft and about the types of wood and other materials used in the stairway's construction.
Over the years many have flocked to the Loretto Chapel to see the Miraculous Staircase. The staircase has been the subject of many articles, TV specials, and movies including "Unsolved Mysteries" and the television movie titled "The Staircase."

this was on there site....

So I did more research...... I get a kick out of doing this!!!!!!!
By KATE NELSON - SANTA FE, N.M. - Only here, in the City of Holy Faith, could the notion of a miracle wrought by a mysterious angel thrive against evidence to the contrary.
Talk of the supposed miracle didn't even start until decades after its purported occurrence. Since then, it has been nurtured and burnished into a hair-tingling tale of romantic excess.
And monetary benefit.
Pay the $2.50. Step inside the Loretto Chapel. Visit its gift shop.
Seven days a week, camera-toting tourists crowd into what is now a private museum. Chattering away, they nearly drown out the audio tape that tells - over and over, hour after hour - the saga of the miraculous staircase that became internationally famous in the 1930s by its mention in Ripley's Believe It or Not.
In 1852, Bishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy brought the Sisters of Loretto to Santa Fe to help tame the Wild West. By 1878 the sisters had opened a girls school and a little chapel, modeled after Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.
Per the architectural custom of the day, no staircase led to the choir loft. Monks just climbed ladders. Nuns, however, needed a staircase. Installing one would block half the pews. What to do, what to do?
The nuns decided on a novena - nine days of prayer seeking a heavenly favor.
On the ninth day, a carpenter appeared. Silently, he created the spiral staircase using only a hammer, a saw and tubs of water to bend a type of wood found nowhere else in New Mexico.
When he finished, he disappeared, never to be paid, never to be seen again.
At this point on the endless audio tape, the voices of a choir rise to an Easter-morning level of rapture.
Was the mysterious man really St. Joseph, patron saint of carpenters? That's the legend, the romance, the miracle.
But wait a minute, says historian Mary J. Straw Cook in the newly revised edition of her 1984 book, "Loretto: The Sisters and Their Santa Fe Chapel."
The carpenter, she says, was Francois-Jean Rochas, a member of "les compagnon," a French guild of celibate and secretive craftsmen. And he was far from saintly. Reclusive and irascible, he ended up dead in his Dog Canyon cabin, a victim of either suicide or assassination.
Cook reached her conclusion after seven years of research and seven trips to France, combing through archives, chancing upon relatives and piecing together scattered bits of history.
"You try everything to document everything," she said. "I have proved this to most historians. They're convinced this was, in fact, the man."
Her evidence includes an 1895 article in The New Mexican, in which the chapel's contractor, Quintus Monier, names Rochas as the staircase's builder. And a 1881 entry in the sisters' daybook indicates that a Mr. Rochas was paid $150 "for wood."
Cook has found a freight slip for wood delivered by ship from France and speculates that Rochas brought it over himself.
Upon his mysterious death in southern New Mexico, Rochas left three unmailed letters that mention Lamy, later the title character in Willa Cather's book, "Death Comes for the Archbishop," and another craftsman who worked on the chapel.
The book containing Cook's evidence was released last month to glowing reviews in various newspapers. The word was out. The legend was solved!
Despite all that, the audio tape plays on. Perhaps the story is too good to die.
"It was a miracle in any case," said the Rev. Jerome Martinez, rector of St. Francis, the cathedral built by Lamy. "It was an answer to prayer."
Cook isn't about to dispute that.
"A lot of people still believe that it was St. Joseph, and that's OK," she said. "The mystique will remain, according to your faith. In and of itself, that staircase is a work of art. It has to be inspired."
Miracles appear, after all, in every sunrise, every flower and every baby. Why not in the labor of a man, guided by the hand of God, here in the City of Holy Faith?

And here are some others.............................................

The first documented French to enter New Mexico were the brothers Paul and Pierre Mallat, who arrived in 1739. They were picked up by the Spanish military and promptly sent back to New Orleans. Between 1749 and 1752, at least four other parties of Frenchmen, primarily trappers, were apprehended in New Mexico, but were not so lucky as to be simply deported. They served jail sentences in Chihuahua first. A Frenchman, Pedro Vial, was employed by the government in New Mexico in 1786-93 to explore possible trails between Santa Fe and San Antonio and Santa Fe and St. Louis; but did not remain in New Mexico. The first Frenchman documented as a New Mexican citizen was Baptiste La Lande, who was first captured and jailed in Santa Fe. He was later released and moved to Taos where he married at least three times and sired five known children. Another Frenchman, Jose Charvet, formally petitioned to become a New Mexican citizen in 1805, offering his services as a translator. He was granted his wish and served translating for the Pawnee.
Under Spanish rule, almost all illegal French and American trappers and explorers caught in New Mexico were imprisoned in Chihuahua. This changed soon after Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1821. By 1924 French trappers had ensconced themselves in and around Taos. The most famous of these French trappers were the Robideaux brothers, Antoine, Louis, Joseph, Isadore, and Francois. Antoine Robideoux was a Taos fixture for over twenty years. Another famous Frenchman in Northern New Mexico at that time was Ceran St. Vrain.
One of the most controversial Frenchmen in New Mexico arrived in Santa Fe in 1850. His name was Jean Baptiste Lamy and he went on to become Archbishop. When the Sisters of Loretto needed a staircase built for their new Chapel in 1872, they brought in a French carpenter by the name of Francois-Jean Rochas, a member of les compagnon, a French guild of celibate and secretive craftsmen. After building a "miraculous" staircase for the Loretto Sisters, Rochas moved to southern New Mexico and settled in Dog Canyon, where he was murdered in 1895 by cattlemen after his water rights.

Located thirteen miles south of Alamogordo off highway 54 at the entrance of Dog Canyon, the Park is a repository of some of the most dramatic history in New Mexico–land disputes and murders, Apaches on the warpath and U.S. Cavalry, wagon trains and pioneer ranchers. The Park is named after Oliver Lee, a one-time Dog Canyon rancher, one-time politician, and, some even say, one-time murderer and land-grabber, who rose to become one of the most influential men in the wild west history of New Mexico.
Although Park life now is rather less dramatic than in the bigger-than-life Lee’s day, one can still come and hear the famous stories of Lee and tour his restored ranch house on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Here one can also visit the ruins of "Frenchy’s" (Francois-Jean Rochas) cabin, where this original Dog Canyon pioneer was found dead with a bullet in his chest around Christmas in 1894, a year after Lee arrived at the Canyon. Most historians believe Frenchy met his end in a dispute over land or water rights. Sometime later, Lee was implicated in a case involving the disappearance of a prominent lawyer, Albert Fountain, and his eight-year old son, Henry, neither of whose bodies were ever found. Lee later became a primary investor in ranch holdings that covered over one million acres, stretching nearly to the Arizona border.
In the mid-1880s, a Frenchman named Francois-Jean "Frenchy" Rochas started homesteading at the mouth of Dog Canyon. He built a rock cabin, raised cattle and grew grapes, apples, cherries, plums, peaches, figs, and even olives. He also worked with a newcomer, Texas rancher Oliver Lee, to channel water from Dog Canyon to Lee's ranch, about a mile to the soutb. Frenchy mysteriously met his end just after Christmas in 1894, when he was found dead in his cabin, a bullet in his chest. Although the local authorities determined it was suicide, historians believe it was more likely that someone murdered him in a dispute.

Recent findings to this story have caused controversy. After learning that a "hermit rancher," known as Francois-Jean Rochas, had died, leaving behind an array of sophisticated carpentry tools, Mary Jean Cook, an amateur historian, began digging around for his death notice.
She found it in the January 6, 1896 issue of the Santa Fe New Mexican.
The notice said that Rochas murdered body had been found in a remote cabin, and that he had been favorably known in Santa Fe as "an expert in wood" and had "built the handsome staircase in the Loretto Chapel. . ."
We know little of Frank Rochas’ journey, save its origin and end. Francois Jean Rochas was born September 22, 1843 at Vif, Isere, France, just south of the provincial capital of Grenoble along the Isere River, a tributary of the Rhone. The eldest of four children, he grew up in Uriol in the Alps of south-eastern France. Beyond his genealogy, nothing is known of Frank’s early life, or his reasons for emigrating. Motives both romantic and sinister have been suggested, but no explicit record remains until Frank Rochas appears in the 1886 Territorial Tax Rolls, in the county of Dona Ana. Frank probably spent several years in and around the territorial capital of Santa Fe, where he became acquainted with several fellow countrymen, including Etienne Lacassagne, Quintus Monier, and Jean Baptiste Lamy, Archbishop of Santa Fe.
Recent research by Mary Jean Cook attributes the construction of the miraculous staircase in Santa Fe’s Loretto Chapel, and two other staircases, to Frank. He probably arrived on the railroad which had reached Las Vegas in 1879 (the year after the Chapel, itself, was completed) and Santa Fe in February 1880, via an 18 mile branch line from Lamy. Cook has established that Frank arrived in Santa Fe during September 1880, and commenced work on the Loretto staircase the following month, completing construction in April the following year. Cook believes Frank had been hired in France through contacts in the emigre community specifically to build the staircase for the Sisters of Loretto. Presumably, Frank continued his carpentry trade for several years in the Territorial capital before venturing south to settle his Dog Cañon homestead and try his hand at cattle raising.
By 1886, Frank’s Dog Cañon property was valued at $2,680.00, suggesting he had been making improvements for several years. Unfortunately, the tax assessment was not itemized until two years later. At that time, Frank owned 6 horses and 400 head of cattle, valued at $20 and $10 per head, respectively.


I do not mean any harm by my research... I am in a period of my life Where I must question mysteries brought upon by religious factions....
It is a shame how certain religions have to Lie and make up false miracles to keep peoples faith....

All the world's religions are speaking of the same Reality. They have different words, different concepts and ideas, but there's really only one Reality, and there's only one Spirit moving through all life. There might be different techniques to get there, but there's only that is real, and when you're there you know it. Whatever you want to call it — you can give it different names — it's all the same thing.

drunvalo melchizedek

Monday, May 7, 2007

Cell Phones - how dangerous are they?

In 1997, alarming results were revealed by Dr. Om Ghandi from the University of Utah showing how radiation penetrates younger skulls far more deeply than those of adults. Below are the results of a computer-image comparison of the heads of adults and children.

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According to a study from the Neurological Hospital of the University of Freiburg in Germany, cellular telephones' high-frequency electromagnetic fields lead to a significant increase in blood pressure. Pulsed high-frequency fields, as used with cellular telephones, affect biological processes in the brain, which are measurable in electroencephalograms (EEG). It is beyond question that cellular telephones negatively influence the brain's bioelectric activity

introduced by MARK GOLDFARB

In 1984, the cellular telecommunications industry brought its focus to bear on the introduction and mass marketing of the cellular telephone. Without any premarket safety testing, and approved by all requisite federal agencies, the wireless wonder was whisked to store shelves, teleboutiques and on-line personal shopping carts.

Nine years and 15 million American subscribers later, amid rising concerns that cell phone radiation could lead to the development of brain and eye tumors, other forms of cancer, and multiple health hazards, the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) hired Dr. George Carlo to prove that cell phones were indeed safe. Carlo, as he himself puts it, followed the science, the politics and the money, and, after six years of research, stated publicly that cell phone use was not safe – that it may indeed cause cancer and pose human health risks. The year was 1999. Eighty million Americans owned cell phones.

In the following interview Dr. Carlo recounts his journey from independent chairman of a $28-million research and surveillance program to industry whistle blower. Some of the key findings that frame the debate are:

· The developing skulls and brain tissue of children and teenagers are more vulnerable to penetration by cell phone radiation

· The blood brain barrier, which prevents dangerous chemicals circulating in our blood from reaching sensitive brain tissue, is compromised by radio frequency radiation emitted by cell phone antennas

· Radio frequency radiation creates micronuclei in human blood cells, a type of genetic damage known to be a diagnostic marker for cancer 1

· Radiation emission guidelines set by the FCC are 1.6 watts per kilogram. Genetic damage in blood cells has been found at radiation levels one half those guidelines (0.7 and 0.8 watts per kilogram). This means that all cell phones from 1984 up to the present have operated in a dangerous range

· Baseline studies show an increase in the risk of mortality from cancer among cell phone users as compared to non-cell phone users

· The risk of rare neuro epithelial tumours on the outside of the brain was more than doubled, a statistically significant risk increase, in cell phone users as compared to people who did not use cell phones 2

· There appeared to be some correlation between brain tumours occurring on the right side of the head and the use of the phone on the right side of the head 3

· The risk of acoustic neuroma, a benign tumour of the auditory nerve that is well in range of the radiation coming from a phone's antenna, was 50 percent higher in people who reported using cell phones for six years or more, moreover, that relationship between the amount of cell phone use and this tumour appeared to follow a dose-response curve 4

· cell phones can interfere with heart pacemakers
· Notwithstanding viable recommendations and solutions, the wireless phone industry has not taken steps to protect consumer health

By the close of 2005 worldwide cell phone subscribership surpassed 2 billion. It is predicted to rise to 4 billion by 2011. Those of us with a brain –- or what’s left of one –- owe it to ourselves to listen to this interview.

This interview, conducted by Dr. Catherine Salzman, was originally broadcast by
Achieve Radio on January 12, 2006.

Dr. George Carlo is a Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology, and serves on the adjunct faculty of The George Washington University school of Medicine. He earned his masters and doctoral degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo and his law degree from the George Washington University National Law Center.

radiation levels

An introduction to radiation and why it can be dangerous to humans:

A: Radiation is the transfer of energy. There are two basic types of radiation: ionizing radiation (X-rays, infrared light, gamma rays) and non-nuclear emissions (ultraviolet light, microwave radiation, cell phone waves). It is usually only ionizing radiation that concerns health officials.

Q: WHY IS IONIZING RADIATION DANGEROUS?A: Ionizing radiation has the potential to change molecules in living cells, changing their genetic makeup. Substantial change in a cell's genetics may kill it, or its DNA may be altered. Because human cells regularly die and are replaced, this is only worrying if massive amounts of cells are killed. But altering DNA may result in cancer at a later stage.

A: Radiation is naturally present in the environment — in the air, water, food, soil, and in all living organisms. Most of the radiation absorbed by humans comes from natural environmental sources. People also are exposed to radiation through X-rays taken for medical reasons.

A: Radiation can cause nausea, vomiting, hair loss and burns. It is also thought that people exposed to large amounts of radiation are more prone to developing cancer.

A: Radiation is measured in Sieverts, named after Rolf Sievert, a Swedish physicist who worked extensively on radiation doses. Mild radiation sickness can occur with exposure to 0.5 to 1 Sieverts — as little as one-millionth of a gram — and a dose of 80 Sieverts or more is thought to result in immediate death. A dose of four to 10 Sieverts — less than a gram (0.04 ounces) — could cause death in two to four weeks.

A: A Geiger counter usually is used to detect radiation.

Are mobile phones wiping out our bees?
Scientists claim radiation from handsets are to blame for mysterious 'colony collapse' of bees
By Geoffrey Lean and Harriet Shawcross
Published: 15 April 2007

They are putting forward the theory that radiation given off by mobile phones and other hi-tech gadgets is a possible answer to one of the more bizarre mysteries ever to happen in the natural world - the abrupt disappearance of the bees that pollinate crops. Late last week, some bee-keepers claimed that the phenomenon - which started in the US, then spread to continental Europe - was beginning to hit Britain as well.

The case against handsets
Evidence of dangers to people from mobile phones is increasing. But proof is still lacking, largely because many of the biggest perils, such as cancer, take decades to show up.
Most research on cancer has so far proved inconclusive. But an official Finnish study found that people who used the phones for more than 10 years were 40 per cent more likely to get a brain tumour on the same side as they held the handset.
Equally alarming, blue-chip Swedish research revealed that radiation from mobile phones killed off brain cells, suggesting that today's teenagers could go senile in the prime of their lives.
Studies in India and the US have raised the possibility that men who use mobile phones heavily have reduced sperm counts. And, more prosaically, doctors have identified the condition of "text thumb", a form of RSI from constant texting.
Professor Sir William Stewart, who has headed two official inquiries, warned that children under eight should not use mobiles and made a series of safety recommendations, largely ignored by ministers.

Bees, Microwaves, Monsanto, & Marbles
By Philip N. Ledoux 30, 2007

Educate Yourself readers,
There has been much to-do on the internet and the media actually did take it up about the "gone missing" bees. Actually nobody is finding any dead bees, the bees just become gone. I personally speculated that the pseudo-cell-phone-towers were ramped up to overcome ?the restlessness of the natives? and this was confusing the directional abilities of the bees to return to their hive. Al Gray came up with an idea (which I checked with my pendulum) that makes better sense. Here is what Al posted somewhere and sent to me in my private mail:
From: "Al Gray" Captain's Log 29 April 2007 Part Two of Three.....
There is a problem with the bees. Notice, though, how the media has framed the discussion. They are describing it as a bee die-off, and pose the question "what's killing our bees"? That, of course, limits the discussion and leads us down a diversionary path. The bees are not dying! No one has reported finding dead bees. They report bees that have disappeared, and that's something altogether different. The bees have not died, they have been driven away by a frequency, most likely from cell phone towers. And it's not something a mud ball or orgonite would stop, as it is, by itself, an innocuous frequency. But to the bees, it is a sound that irritates them and they have to leave. They're not dead, they just left the area where the frequency is being broadcast. Monsanto is a year or two away from developing self-pollinating crops. Having bees in their test fields interferes with that, so they found a frequency that drives the bees away. It has gone beyond Monsanto's self-interest now and has become a weapon. Taiwan reports millions of missing bees, too. The only defense that we are aware of now is to broadcast 439hz to counter the anti-bee frequency. This is serious, serious, stuff.
** End of posting **
MaryK Croft came up with the frequency during a morning trance before arising. It is a COUNTER type frequency which either neutralizes or changes some type of area broadcast frequency.
Apparently Monsanto has test plots or experimental plant plots much more widely distributed than we realize. What I am writing about I've checked with my pendulum, although my friend who double checks my work is busy chasing the Federal Reserve Notes to keep fodder on the table, did not verify my dowsing.
I wouldn't put anything beyond the twisted mentality of Monsanto and its researchers. Apparently they have had some success with self-pollinating plants; now they need to produce the salable seeds, and have solved the open field problem of cross pollination (usually hand pollination with plastic baggie to prevent cross pollination) by using a frequency that confuses the bees and prevents them from working in the Monsanto contracted fields. I wouldn't expect Monsanto to admit to anything!
Does any reader have (or even a friend of a friend have) equipment to measure an unknown frequency being blanketed in an area where Colony Collapse is known to be occurring? If annominity is needed, send the info to me or Ken and state clearly not to publish names, etc. My dowsing says that this 439 hz. Frequency is a COUNTER frequency that will null and void or cancel the effects of whatever frequency is being used.
Here is something that beekeepers might be able to do without investing in costly equipment. Thomas Lee Jacobs (Finland or Sweeden?) has developed a copywriten series of frequencies that heal via marbles. My understanding is that the technique is not copywriten (I do not want to step on any toes!) On this site ( is a frequency generator, install it and use it. Set the frequency to 439Hz with the speakers about 9 to 12 inches apart. Between the speakers set a tea candle. In the heat of the flame hold a glass marble with pliers using heat-gloves. As the marble heats and softens, it will absorb and hold the 439 hz. When the marble starts to soften, quench it immediately in room temperature water, that locks the frequency in. The real cost is in distributing the mini-frequency-broadcasters. How many are needed is anybody's guess. Probably placed in an orgonite piece in the center of a multi crystal (candy dish mold?). Possibly several in the center; the idea being that the orgonite and crystals will amplify the marble "generator." This would be needed to be planted in circles radiating from the apiary hives location. Dowsing should help in planting (locating) the devices.
By the way, do not blame me if you set fire to the room by carelessness in using a tea candle!! Use caution and common sense, they are not explosive in combination.
Another possibility is to somehow "dust" the bees with something in the order of ultra miniature quenched glass marbles. It would have to be like a powder, and set in a location where the bees would walk through it or rub on it when exiting the hive. The tiny grains having been batch frequency exposed and quenched would be on the bee itself, countering the disorienting frequency. I live where talcum power is mined. That material is too soft to work, it is softer than soapstone which is mined locally. Maybe a reader can come up with an idea that would be applicable. Crushed mica, quartz waste?
Philip N. LedouxOldmanfromnh (at) yahoo (dot) com
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Cell Tower - Looks like a Tree

Latest Info On The Microwave Vertical Array ELF Towers Being Erected Countrywide
[Editor's Note: The info you are about to read was posted today (May 25, 2002) by Don Croft. The explanation for the ELF towers discussed below from the anonymous source makes perfect sense to me. The erection of these microwave towers around the world are part of a huge electronic deception operation known as Project Blue Beam. I had already learned from Sterwart Swerdlow that the kickoff date for the NWO takeover was supposed to have been year 2000, but the date was pushed up to 2003 due to unforseen obstacles impeding the agenda; gun control in America being one of them. It's worthwhile to note from the anonymous writer that Kevlar suits, lined with lead, can effectively block these ELF waves and prevent brain entrainment. Don Croft is convinced that the presence of DOR (Wilhelm Reich's acronym for Deadly Orgone energy) is necessary for these mind control towers to work. Don maintains that an orgone generating device called a Holy Handgrenade can transmute DOR into the more positive, life affirming form of orgone called "OR" by discoverer Wilhelm Reich. Don and his wife feel that removing the DOR component from the environment of an ELF tower, will mitigate the mind control function. He may be right. I can't say for sure, but it's worth your time to at least read about this easy-to-build orgone generator and acquaint yourself with the topic. I have seen the effectiveness of another orgone generating device, the Chembuster, to disperse and clear the sky of chemtrails. Many people have reported that the Chembuster can break up chemtrails and return the sky to a normal color of blue.
If you've been looking into the NWO takeover story for any amount of time, you may know by now that negatively orientated aliens, especially the negative Reptillians (see David Icke's The Biggest Secret), are the hidden controllers behind the Illuminated humans pushing for the NWO enslavement/genocide agenda. The Rule of Polarity or Duality requires an opposite force in place to offer an alternative choice and so it seems that friendly alien groups have been assisting certain energetic individuals in this harrowing period of our evolution to counter the negative agenda...Ken Adachi]
From Don & Carol Croft 23, 2002
Are you curious about why those new towers are going up in all populated areas? We've gathered a lot of information to indicate that the arrays are intended for mind control purposes. My wife and I found a way to neutralize them with a simple device called a Holy Handgrenade and have been doing so in recent months in various locations around the country. We place them in an inconspicuous location within effective range of the tower. We often bury them, base down with the pointed end up, to maximize its concealment. If you read the `chembuster' story, it includes instructions to build the Holy Handgrenades or "HHg." I borrowed that term from the movie, Monty Python's Holy Grail, but I'm dead serious about this work.
There are people in 12 countries now making and deploying HHg's to neutralize these ELF towers, but this is just a start, of course. I figure that if one person in every populated area decides to do this, the whole tower network will be disabled in a short time. The effective range of the device described in Metatech's material is at least a quarter mile, so don't put it close enough where a team of searchers would find it. It's best if the person making and deploying his own HHg's doesn't discuss it with me or many others and keeps their activites to themselves. This will only succeed as a grassroots effort.
Here's some skinny on these towers from a friend of mine who has had access to some crucial inside information. My comments are in squared brackets( [ ] ) He's not fully informed, yet, of what our HHg's can do
Don Croft
The Purpose Behind The Neighborhood ELF Microwave Towers
Sent To Don Croft By an unnamed source May 23, 2002
Think grid triangulation. Like the old grid paper, put a dot at each corner. expand the box outward. Each level of panel acts also dimensionally (not like 4th, but in 3d space dimensions, don), or to put it another way, pitch, yaw, up, down, right, left, x, y, intensity, duration, frequency pulse, etc, those kind of dimensions.
The whole damn dumb show was supposed to go down in late 99, but they didn't get people's guns, that big final obstacle to fascism. That's when they hit upon these ELF towers. Tested them in Ventura, Africa, and the Sudan. They had GWEN operational in '92, but it did entire counties and would affect their own people, who have body suits they were (lined with lead-impregnated kevlar- which blocks elf and piggyback freqs.).
So they found out that the little towers, by the tens of thousands, they could literally aim any energy like a gun to a single home, a given range area, and so forth. Big places run by FEMA/NORAD run it all from computers. But they can also go remote, with the proper clearance and hookup. They found out they didn't need to get the guns (that's why the push and schoolyard shootings stopped here; they no longer needed that scare op that worked so well in England, Australia, Germany, ....) can you fire a gun or load it, if you are crawling on the ground begging for mercy? If you can imagine the worst abdominable pain there is, then you know how debiliating it is - you simply can't do anything, but lie on the ground and pray for relief [Editor's Note: this assertion has been corroborated by Al Bielek, Stewart Swerdlow, Col. Fletcher Prouty, and even Major Ed Dames. During the 1991 Gulf War, hundreds of thousands of Iraqi troops spontaneously surrendered without even attempting to fight. It was this very ELF mind control technology which had been applied and rendered them impotent... Ken Adachi].
Then they can clean up entire streets, districts, small towns, enclaves, as needed. They don't need to pulse the whole country at once. Only as they do sweeps would they need to fire the machine up. And it is great for little revolts as they are sure to spring up. You can aim this grid like a net, down to the meter's distance. Got a neighborhood or backwoods community that isn't cow towing the NWO line? Simple, fire up the machine and down they you walk through, kill the ringleaders, disarm the rest, then the lesson is taught to the survivors
These towers ARE very important to their plans this year. THIS IS NOT EVEN A QUESTION.
The French pioneered this technology in the late 70s from Bell Labs. They created a device for crowd control that looks like a big baseball stadium loudspeaker. It fits into the back of a van. Then they'd open the doors, pointing the van at the crowd. I've seen the device.
It operates on a 5 cycle bass wave, elf. Made everyone drop to their knees with stomach nausea. [Carol felt that frequency as we drove by one of the towers, which was operating above the usual 15% capacity, apparently, on a recent trip]
Your towers are the same thing, but with bi-phase polarity freqs that can induce hallucinations, nausea, herpes outbreaks (every organism has its own cellular freq) or whatever they want you to feel that day...horniness, anger, whatever.
Or stupefication...the walking dumb...look around, Don, and tell me what you SEE. Even though our spirit is full of fire and life, it has to, by nature of the 3D prison planet, function through the brain. YOU CAN'T EVADE THAT FACT AND NO AMOUNT OF METAPHYSICS WHATEVER can change that. I can make you brilliant or stupid, just by inserting a chemical or frequency wave into your brain. The potential of Einstein is within us all - the brain is the GREAT BARRIER REEF to this.
[I believe that if we have a HHg in our energy field this won't be effective against us, personally]
I can prove it with an icepick under your left eye [lobotomy]. Ask Frances Farmer about that.
It's the brain we have to work for and with. if the instrument is defective (****** is an example you have to understand here) no amount of good spirit can affect a positive outcome UNTIL THE BRAIN, THE ETHERIC WEB, AND ALL THAT is fixed. This isn't dogma, this is metaphysical fact, taught to us no matter what degree we were or what the org was that trained us.
FACTOID They need only enter your brain, and your good heart notwishtanding, YOU ARE theirs. I don't care how many lives of service you have or what your radiance factor is. Once they manipulate the brain on an ELF level, you are f****d. And...that is your towers, so to say. It's the final trump card and they have it in full. Just stick around awhile...especially as winter approaches.
The Brainwashed, the Proud, the Few- the Cannon Fodder. We can't make enough elmers [Holy Handgrenades] to stop it in most places. And according to my SIGHT, they plan on going around and collecting these little gifts [HHg's] when the time comes, by using privates in the military who are immune to hhgs and all that, cuz they are the brainwashed, the proud, the few, the cannon fodder.
[Since these towers have a range of up to a mile or more, now might be a good time to dowse locations farther away the tower base than right up against the tower fence, since the minimum range of a HHg is about a quarter mile (equivalent to 1,300 feet or the lenght of four football fields) . Don Croft ]
WOW!!!!! thats too much

Friday, May 4, 2007

Flouride, Isnt That a Toxic Waste?

Debunking Fluoride: Cavity Fighter or Toxic Intruder?
By Carol S. KopfIssue 107, July/August 2001

It just became easier to say "No thanks!" to fluoride supplements. Fluoride drops, tablets, and vitamins are more likely to damage children's teeth than to prevent cavities, according to mainstream dental groups such as the Canadian Dental Association and the Western Australia Health Department's Dental Service. Both organizations have stopped recommending regular fluoride supplementation.

Routinely prescribed to US children who don't drink fluoridated water (starting with toothless six month olds), fluoride supplements were never tested for safety and efficacy by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).1 These supplements are one category of many different medications the FDA officially "grandfathered" in, meaning they were sold before drug testing was required by law.

Current research shows that many of the old fluoride studies were flawed. Fluoride's benefits are merely topical, not systemic, as was once thought. Moreover, ingested fluoride can result in unwanted side effects, including dental fluorosis-spotted, stained, or pitted teeth.
Brian A. Burt of the University of Michigan School of Public Health states that, "Fluoride supplements should no longer be used for young children in North America...the risks of using supplements in infants and young children outweigh the benefits."2

Euan Swan, author of the Canadian Dental Association's (CDA) new fluoride supplement guidelines,3 said, "The evidence supporting the effectiveness of dietary fluoride supplements is relatively weak... There's better evidence indicating that they contribute to dental fluorosis."4
The CDA urges that no fluoride supplements be used until the permanent teeth appear at around age six or seven, when the risk of fluorosis is diminished, and then they should be given only to children with a high risk of cavities. How do parents and dentists know who is at risk? The most consistent predictor of cavities in children is past cavity experience, reported a recent National Institutes of Health panel.5 Eating a lot of sugar or drinking sugared sodas increases cavity risk. "And fluoride won't help," Reggie VanderVeen, a Wyoming dentist, stated in an Associated Press story on children's tooth decay. "Sugar will beat fluoride every time," he said.6
Still, the CDA advises that all fluoride sources be tallied up first, an almost impossible task, and that only lozenge-type supplements be used for high-risk patients; such supplements stay in the mouth a long time, bathing the teeth the way fluoridated water does on its way to the stomach.

"The notion that systemic fluorides are needed in nonfluoridated areas is an outdated one that should be abandoned altogether," says Canada's leading fluoride authority, Hardy Limeback, head of the Department of Preventive Dentistry at the University of Toronto and past president of the Canadian Association for Dental Research.7 The Western Australia Health Department's Dental Service reports, "Regular fluoride supplement use has also been associated with elevated risk... of acquiring mild dental fluorosis, even in areas without fluoride in the drinking water... Dental Services staff won't normally advise any child patient to use fluoride supplements."8
Why, then, does the American Dental Association continue to recommend fluoride supplements? Dental professionals are extremely reluctant to speak negatively about their sacred cow, fluoride. Fluoridation has given organized dentistry political viability, helped establish the National Institutes of Dental and Craniofacial Research, and provided a bundle of research dollars.

As a result, we have fluoridated foam, varnish, dental sealants, cements, filling material, bonding material, floss, toothpicks, toothpaste, mouth rinse, vitamins, drops, lozenges, pills, rubber bands and adhesives for braces, chewing gum, gels, and dental office treatments-and children who are overfluoridated. Even when fluoride is not swallowed, some of it gets absorbed into the body via the mouth's mucous membranes. Nobody knows how much.

Most dentists do not think that fluoride is harmful. Many sincerely believe what they were taught in dental school and prescribe fluoride for their own children and grandkids. But even the fluoridation of water may be a mistake. In the early 1900s, researchers found that people who drank water high in natural calcium fluoride had discolored teeth. Puzzled as to why the same people also seemed to be without cavities, dentists deduced that, since tasteless, odorless fluoride in the water supply discolored teeth, it must also be what stopped tooth decay.9, 10 They overlooked other water nutrients such as calcium (today a recognized tooth and bone builder) that may have been the real decay-preventing hero.

Although dentists didn't know how fluoride thwarted decay, starting in 1945 public officials added sodium fluoride (now mostly silicofluorides) to community water supplies at about one part per million. The belief was that one milligram of fluoride, ingested daily by children under nine years old via one liter of water, would ensure that developing teeth would be decay resistant. This concept gave birth to fluoride supplements. Children who couldn't get their daily fluoride dose from water were prescribed pills. A one-shot dose, however, is more apt to create dental fluorosis11 than the slow ingestion of fluoride in tap water over the course of a day. Absorbed fluoride gets inside the tooth via the bloodstream and alters the tooth structure, and it can create dental fluorosis.12 Swished or brushed-on fluoride, in comparison, bonds to outer enamel as a cavity shield, experts say.

Today, 60 percent of Americans drink fluoridated water,13 and 100 percent of us consume fluoride through our food, air, and dental products.14 The most popular fluoride supplement, Luride, grossed about $2.5 million in sales in 1999.15

Many children are now ingesting and inhaling more than one milligram of fluoride daily, even without drinking fluoridated water or taking fluoride supplements.16 So it is not surprising that fluorosis rates have increased to over 80 percent in some fluoridated communities.17 "We are now spending more money treating dental fluorosis than we would spend treating new decay if water fluoridation halted," says Hardy Limeback.18

British researchers reported in the British Medical Journal that fluoridation has overstated benefits and puts children at high risk of developing dental fluorosis.19,20 Even more alarming is the possibility that fluoridation is an unnecessary risk. The Ontario, Canada, Ministry of Health reports, "[N]o Canadian studies provide evidence that water fluoridation is effective in reducing decay in contemporary child populations."21

Moreover, several recent studies found that cavity rates actually decreased in cities that stopped water fluoridation, contradicting American Dental Association (ADA) predictions.22-27
Tooth decay is an epidemic in certain US populations, whether or not they live in fluoridated cities.28 Eighty percent of decay happens in 25 percent of the population, most of them poor and minorities. Well-meaning but misguided dentists and hygienists are still pushing to get 75 percent of the US fluoridated by the year 2010, primarily because they believe it will help poor children. The reality is that four million poor children suffer needless dental pain every year that interferes with their eating, learning, and sleeping.29 One problem is that dentists want more money to actually treat poor children.30 Well-nourished children who practice good dental hygiene usually have the least decay.31

That was one of many articles I have reasearched with this subject, "Flouride" ....With that said we are not using Toothpaste with Flouride in it.

Here are some brands.....

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Is My Mind really Mine?

Identification with your mind creates an opaque screen of concepts, labels, images, words, judgments, and definitions that blocks all true relationship. It comes between you and yourself, between you and your fellow man and woman, between you and nature, between you and God. It is this screen of thought that creates the illusion of separateness, the illusion that there is you and a totally separate "other." You then forget the essential fact that, underneath the level of physical appearances and separate forms, you are one with all that is. By "forget," I mean that you can no longer feel this oneness as self-evident reality. You may believe it to be true, but you no longer know it to be true. A belief may be comforting. Only through your own experience, however, does it become liberating.

Thinking has become a disease. Disease happens when things get out of balance. For example, there is nothing wrong with cells dividing and multiplying in the body, but when this process continues in disregard of the total organism, cells proliferate and we have disease.

Note: The mind is a superb instrument if used rightly. Used wrongly, however, it becomes very destructive. To put it more accurately, it is not so much that you use your mind wrongly - you usually don't use it at all. It uses you. This is the disease. You believe that you are your mind. This is the delusion. The instrument has taken you over.

I don't quite agree. It is true that I do a lot of aimless thinking, like most people, but I can still choose to use my mind to get and accomplish things, and I do that all the time.

Just because you can solve a crossword puzzle or build an atom bomb doesn't mean that you use your mind. Just as dogs love to chew bones, the mind loves to get its teeth into problems. That's why it does crossword puzzles and builds atom bombs. You have no interest in either. Let me ask you this: can you be free of your mind whenever you want to? Have you found the "off" button?

You mean stop thinking altogether?

No, I can't, except maybe for a moment or two. Then the mind is using you. You are unconsciously identified with it, so you don't even know that you are its slave. It's almost as if you were possessed without knowing it, and so you take the possessing entity to be yourself. The beginning of freedom is the realization that you are not the possessing entity - the thinker. Knowing this enables you to observe the entity. The moment you start watching the thinker, a higher level of consciousness becomes activated. You then begin to realize that there is a vast realm of intelligence beyond thought, that thought is only a tiny aspect of that intelligence. You also realize that all the things that truly matter - beauty, love, creativity, joy, inner peace - arise from beyond the mind. You begin to awaken.

-Eckart Tolle - The Power of Now