Archive for November, 2015
When judgment appears along with jeers created is pain in dark domain. ~~~~~ This post arose after I was harshly criticized and judged recently by a group of people for using social media to promote my work. Because I now have a new cellphone and am using Instagram, what was said by some was shocking […]
I am reblogging this post from Amy Rose. I admire and support those that are co-creating their world to look and feel where they are now. People who do this are courageous and usually have come through some really dark times to get where they are. I would love to see all of us be supportive of this process because it’s proof for all of us to see that it works. And that we can do it too. I celebrate you Amy. Go for it!!!
Hypocrisy. Where does it end
Oh, my! Follow this, and you will see what tangled webs they weave to confuse us — only they aren’t getting away with it anymore. Thanks, Peter, for sharing this with us. ~J 🙂
When is a terrorist group not a terrorist group?
When it supports the goals of Western foreign policy!
Having spent considerable time working in the Middle East (both in the military and as a civilian) I find the level of government, military and media deception is at an all time high.
Let’s take the current situation in Syria and Iraq as an example when we look at the alleged fight against ISIL/ISIS and view it from a US/UK/EU perspective.
During my many visits to Northern Iraq I became aware of the Kurdish struggle for recognition and their desire to create their own autonomous region in bordering Turkey, Syria, Iran and Iraq.
Historically the Kurdish Empire…
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This was reblogged on Litebeing Chronicles. Sharing this concept of sending peace around the world. Thank you Maskednative.com
During the 1980’s, Mike Bryant created a Peace card. He hoped that by sending it to friends and relatives, they would sign it and re-post, and a chain of Peace would spread around the world. I have to admit that I never got around to sending on the card. I wish I had, but as Mother Earth heaves with sadness, and her people are drowning in sorrow and grief, I offer this Peace chain, to join with other Peace chains along the way. With today’s technology words travel further and faster. Taking up the sword is not the answer. Peace is the answer.
Image of world globe from original card by Mike Bryant
Wings of Peace is author’s own.
Does not surprise me. Yet there are still a large majority that will defend the medical community as well as the FDA. The medical community has maintained a stance the any other types of treatments for whatever ails you is dangerous. Not so. Be informed. Don’t blindly follow and believe everything you are told. Even if you hear it again and again Just because someone says so. And seemingly in authority doesn’t make it true. Use the reasoning that the creator gave you along with your intuition. Hugs
Dr. Starfield’s revelations: shock of shocks
by Jon Rappoport
November 25, 2015
(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)
Suppose you learned that a single source in the US, every year, like clockwork, kills 225,000 people. That would be 2.25 million killings per decade.
Wouldn’t you think we’d hear about it? Wouldn’t public health agencies make a big, bigger, biggest deal about it? Wouldn’t they call it a pandemic to end all pandemics?
Can you imagine the reaction at every level of society? The insane panic? The madness in the streets? The attacks against institutions tasked with preventing such a cataclysm? The collapse of the stock market and the healthcare system? The predictions of the end of the world? The churches on roaring business highs?
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If you care about our world and climate change then this is a must read. Thank you Laura
Soooo, here’s a little confession that might surprise some people: much of my increased interest in pre-Christian European heritage and ancestors has stemmed from living in such a hugely Amish and Mennonite area. Despite living near a factory and train line, I still hear the clippity clop of Amish horse and buggies at least a few times per week, even while sitting on our futon. Our farmers market has Amish vendors. Our credit union has a horse manure bin, and the local Walmart, ALDI and Menard’s all have buggy parking.
I’ve traded recipes, kefir grains and plant cuttings with an Amish family, and I have a(n Amish) 5-pointed star on my garden trellis facing the street, which means when the 9+ family bicycle outings of Amish ride by, they always wave. Indeed, we share an interest in gardening and protection magic, although I’m sure they’d use different words to describe…
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