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Hello dear friends and readers. I would like to let you know that for some time now I feel a nudge to close down my two blogs, ‘Awakening to the Divine’ and ‘Konstantinos’s Lightwork’. Lately, and by that I mean for the last 4 months or so, I seem to wish to focus more on my personal work among other things. My personal work is about writing and drawing the story/ies that I create. It’s about the field of the 9th art or else known as comic book industry.
And I know that like elsewhere, there too, someone can find all kinds of things: from the most admirable work to the most profane. Though I recognize that these two sound too definite and I have seen for myself that everything have something good to offer. And I wish to continue offering good and do my work for the Light through that kind of field and not through the blogs anymore.
I feel that they have served their purpose, to me and to you all, in different ways, hope mostly beneficial. That means though, that I’ll have to leave for good my web connections with all of you and with some people who I have come to interact with since November 2011. I got inspired and learned many things from all these beautiful persons.
I could start mentioning names but they are many and even by mentioning some of them, I feel that it wouldn’t be fair for the rest of them. So I prefer to refer to them all in a general way. I’m talking about a group of people that welcomed me in their company warmly and fulheartedly. I’ll never forget them.
I hope these people and each one of you out there, to continue doing your work for the Light, for the benefit of this world, its people and the rest of its life forms. I’ll sure continue trying to do my best not only through the field I mentioned above but through other ways as well (as I do already, actually). But not through blogs from now on, at least that’s how I feel about it for the time being.
I’d be glad to keep contacts with those who would like to find me via e-mail or skype, just know that I won’t do ‘readings’ or ‘channelings’ for anyone anymore. And in the end, why should I? I remind you, the voice of your God Self lies in each one of you. When we decide to exercise the ability to hear it, then we learn a little more about being masters of ourselves. Of course this isn’t as simple as it sound but it’s worth it. And I still learn about it and many other things as well.
I’ll try (since I haven’t done this before) to close down the blogs in the next hours or tomorrow.
I Love you all, people. Continue offering through your own paths, the good that this world seems to need so much. I’ll continue being with you on this.
All the best to all of you (-_-) <3 !
Dec 31 2013, Chualar, CA, USA
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by MICHAELEEN DOUCLEFF
People drew maps of body locations where they feel basic emotions (top row) and more complex ones (bottom row). Hot colors show regions that people say are stimulated during the emotion. Cool colors indicate deactivated areas.
Image courtesy of Lauri Nummenmaa, Enrico Glerean, Riitta Hari, and Jari Hietanen.
Close your eyes and imagine the last time you fell in love. Maybe you were walking next to your sweetheart in a park or staring into each other’s eyes over a latte.
Where did you feel the love? Perhaps you got “butterflies in your stomach” or you’re heart raced with excitement.
When a team of scientists in Finland asked people to map out where they felt different emotions on their bodies, it found that the results were surprisingly consistent, even across cultures.
People reported that happiness and love sparked activity across nearly the entire body, while depression had the opposite effect: It dampened feelings in the arms, legs and head. Danger and fear triggered strong sensations in the chest area, the volunteers said. And anger was one of the few emotions that activated the arms.
The scientists hope that these body emoticons may one day help psychologists diagnose or treat mood disorders.
“Our emotional system in the brain sends signals to the body so we can deal with our situation,” says Lauri Nummenmaa, a psychologist at Aalto University who lead the study.
“Say you see a snake and you feel fear,” Nummenmaa says. “Your nervous system increases oxygen to your muscles and raises your heart rate so you can deal with the threat. It’s an automated system. We don’t have to think about it.”
That idea has been known for centuries. But scientists still don’t agree on whether these bodily changes are distinct for each emotion and whether this pattern serves as a way for the mind to consciously identify emotions.
Basic emotions, such as happiness, sadness and fear, form the building blocks for more complex feelings.
To try and figure out that out, Nummenmaa and his team ran a simple computer experiment with about 700 volunteers from Finland, Sweden and Taiwan.
The team showed the volunteers two blank silhouettes of person on a screen and then told the subjects to think about one of 14 emotions: love, disgust, anger, pride, etc. The volunteers then painted areas of the body that felt stimulated by that emotion. On the second silhouette, they painted areas of the body that get deactivated during that emotion.
“People find the experiment quite amusing. It’s quite fun,” Nummenmaa tells Shots. “We kept the questions online so you try the experiment yourself.” (You can try it here.)
Not everybody painted each emotion in the same way. But when the team averaged the maps together, signature patterns emerged for each emotion. The team published these sensation maps Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The team still doesn’t know how these self-reported sensations match with the physiological responses that occur with emotion.
But previous studies have found marked changes in bodily sensations in mood disorders, Nummenmaa says. “For instance, with depression sometimes people have pain in their chest.”
And there’s even some evidence that when you change your own body language — like your posture or stance — you can alter your mind.
Neuroscientist Antonio Damasio, who was not involved in this study, says he’s “delighted” by Nummenmaa’s findings because they offer more support for what he’s been suggesting for years: Each emotion activates a distinct set of body parts, he thinks, and the mind’s recognition of those patterns helps us consciously identify that emotion.
“People look at emotions as something in relation to other people,” Damasio, who is a professor at the University of Southern California, says. “But emotions also have to do with how we deal with the environment — threats and opportunities.” For those, Damasio says, you need your body as well as your mind.
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October 19th, 2013
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Successfully conquering your depression begins by eliminating processed foods and drinks from your diet. These foods contain additives and unnatural ingredients that can alter your body’s chemistry and certainly your mood. Also, exercising regularly increases endorphins and blood flow to the brain, making it another good natural depression-buster.
In addition to these 5 natural solutions for treating depression, try adding these depression-busting foods to your regular diet:
A study published in Phytotherapy Research recently said that the bright yellow spice turmeric isn’t only good at treating depression, it may do it better than the antidepressant drugs being pushed down our throats. The antidepressant effects of turmeric were similar when compared directly with the effects of Prozac. But when you consider all of the side effects of antidepressants, turmeric was a clear winner.
2. Green Tea
The health benefits of green tea are seemingly endless, from improved heart health to better brain function. So, it’s no surprise that it can help regulate moods. It contains something called L-theanine, an amino acid that can help in the creation of alpha brain waves. These brain waves have a calming effect and can improve focus. As Natural News reports, L-theanine is also easily absorbed, which makes its effects immediate.
A lack of omega-3 fats in your diet can lead to mood imbalances including depression. By adding fatty fish to your diet, you can correct any possible imbalances and reap the other benefits of omega-3 fats. Interestingly, this is backed up byresearch that shows world regions like Scandinavia and Asia with high fish intake have lower a incidence of depression.
4. Nuts and Seeds
Magnesium is a mineral found in abundance in certain nuts and seeds. It can boost your mood by increasing energy production and also stimulating the production of serotonin—one of the brain’s feel-good chemicals. Healthy fats also boost overall health and help stabilize blood sugar. Pumpkin seeds and brazil nuts are particularly good choices.
Despite what your doctor may tell you and despite how depression makes you feel, you do not need drugs to get better. In many cases, these drugs could make you feel worse. By changing your diet and your lifestyle, you can begin to feel immediate relief from the grips of depression.
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A couple of months ago, a friend of mine asked on Facebook:
Do you think that facebook tracks the stuff that people type and then erase before hitting <enter>? (or the “post” button)
We spend a lot of time thinking about what to post on Facebook. Should you argue that political point your high school friend made? Do your friends really want to see yet another photo of your cat (or baby)? Most of us have, at one time or another, started writing something and then, probably wisely, changed our minds.
Unfortunately, the code in your browser that powers Facebook still knows what you typed—even if you decide not to publish it.* It turns out that the things you explicitly choose not to share aren’t entirely private.
Facebook calls these unposted thoughts “self-censorship,” and insights into how it collects these nonposts can be found in a recent paper written by two Facebookers. Sauvik Das, a Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon and summer software engineer intern at Facebook, and Adam Kramer, a Facebook data scientist, have put online an article presenting theirstudy of the self-censorship behavior collected from 5 million English-speaking Facebook users. (The paper was also published at the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media.*) It reveals a lot about how Facebook monitors our unshared thoughts and what it thinks about them.
The study examined aborted status updates, posts on other people’s timelines, and comments on others’ posts. To collect the text you type, Facebook sends code to your browser. That code automatically analyzes what you type into any text box and reports metadata back to Facebook.
Storing text as you type isn’t uncommon on other websites. For example, if you use Gmail, your draft messages are automatically saved as you type them. Even if you close the browser without saving, you can usually find a (nearly) complete copy of the email you were typing in your Drafts folder. Facebook is using essentially the same technology here. The difference is that Google is saving your messages to help you. Facebook users don’t expect their unposted thoughts to be collected, nor do they benefit from it.
In their article, Das and Kramer claim to only send back information to Facebook that indicates whether you self-censored, not what you typed. The Facebook rep I spoke with agreed that the company isn’t collecting the text of self-censored posts. But it’s certainly technologically possible, and it’s clear that Facebook is interested in the content of your self-censored posts. Das and Kramer’s article closes with the following: “we have arrived at a better understanding of how and where self-censorship manifests on social media; next, we will need to better understand what and why.” This implies that Facebook wants to know what you are typing in order to understand it. The same code Facebook uses to check for self-censorship can tell the company what you typed, so the technology exists to collect that data it wants right now.
It is easy to connect this to all the recent news about NSA surveillance. On the surface, it’s similar enough. An organization is collecting metadata—that is, everything but the content of a communication—and analyzing it to understand people’s behavior. However, there are some important differences. While it may be uncomfortable that the NSA has access to our private communications, the agency is are monitoring things we have actually put online. Facebook, on the other hand, is analyzing thoughts that we have intentionally chosen not to share.
This may be closer to the recent revelation that the FBI can turn on a computer’s webcam without activating the indicator light to monitor criminals. People surveilled through their computers’ cameras aren’t choosing to share video of themselves, just as people who self-censor on Facebook aren’t choosing to share their thoughts. The difference is that the FBI needs a warrant but Facebook can proceed without permission from anyone.
Why does Facebook care anyway? Das and Kramer argue that self-censorship can be bad because it withholds valuable information. If someone chooses not to post, they claim, “[Facebook] loses value from the lack of content generation.” After all, Facebook shows you ads based on what you post. Furthermore, they argue that it’s not fair if someone decides not to post because he doesn’t want to spam his hundreds of friends—a few people could be interested in the message. “Consider, for example, the college student who wants to promote a social event for a special interest group, but does not for fear of spamming his other friends—some of who may, in fact, appreciate his efforts,” they write.
This paternalistic view isn’t abstract. Facebook studies this because the more its engineers understand about self-censorship, the more precisely they can fine-tune their system to minimize self-censorship’s prevalence. This goal—designing Facebook to decrease self-censorship—is explicit in the paper.
So Facebook considers your thoughtful discretion about what to post as bad, because it withholds value from Facebook and from other users. Facebook monitors those unposted thoughts to better understand them, in order to build a system that minimizes this deliberate behavior. This feels dangerously close to “ALL THAT HAPPENS MUST BE KNOWN,” a motto of the eponymous dystopian Internet company in Dave Eggers’ recent novel The Circle.
Update, Dec. 15, 2013: This article was updated to include the fact that Das and Kramer’s paper was published at the International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media in addition to being posted online.
Update, Dec. 16, 2013: This article was updated to clarify that it is the browser code, not Facebook, that reads whatever you type.
This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among Arizona State University, the New America Foundation, and Slate. Future Tense explores the ways emerging technologies affect society, policy, and culture. To read more, visit the Future Tense blog and the Future Tense home page. You can also follow us on Twitter.
This is how it starts, people. First we get our chatbots to sound and act realistic — and then we get them to convince everyone they’re actually human. Listen to this crazy conversation between Time‘s Michael Scherer and a telemarketing robot who refuses to admit her true artificial nature.
Recently, Time Washington Bureau Chief Michael Scherer received a phone call from an apparently bright and engaging woman asking him if he wanted a deal on his health insurance. But he soon got the feeling something wasn’t quite right.
After asking the telemarketer point blank if she was a real person or a computer-operated robot, she chuckled charmingly and insisted she was real. Looking to press the issue, Scherer asked her a series of questions, which she promptly failed. Such as, “What vegetable is found in tomato soup?” To which she responded by saying she didn’t understand the question. When asked what day of the week it was yesterday, she complained of a bad connection (ah, the oldest trick in the book).
Here, listen for yourself [Konstantinos's note: Better go to the link above in order to listen these]
Several Time reporters called her back.
Her name, she said, was “Samantha West.” More from Time:
If you want, you can call her too. Her number is (484) 589-5611. This number, if you Google it, is the subject of much discussion online as other recipients of Samantha West calls complain on chat boards about the mysteriously persistent lady who keeps calling them. “A friendly sounded woman on the other end claimed I requested health insurance information,” writes one mark. “She doggedly refused to deviate from her script.”
After answering her questions, one Time reporter was transferred to an actual human who did not promptly end the call, as others had when asked about Samantha. Asked for the company’s website, the real human on the other end of the line said it was premierhealthagency.com, the website of a Ft. Lauderdale company. “We’re here to help. . . because we care,” is the company motto on its homepage. A Time reporter called the company directly, identified himself and said Time was doing a story about the robot who calls people on the company’s behalf. “We don’t use robot calls, sir,” said the person who answered the phone, before promptly hanging up the phone.
Disturbing, no? This is a problem that’s only set to get worse. And just wait until these things are smart enough to start scamming unsuspecting victims.
[ h/t ubergizmo | Image: ociacia / Shutterstock ]
A few people have asked me on private questions about me, my channeling work and technique, or had other discussions. Usually, I don’t have enough time to have one to one email with people and friends. This is because I work and study at the same time, and try to run 2 websites, and channel as well.. and with a slow broadband and windows 8.1 .. this is tricky.. and painful at times, not to mention the 3 hours daily travel time, the preparation for the next day’s work and classes (takes up to 5 hours per night), and the exams and readings I have to do for my post grad course.
So I am sorry if I can’t reply to emails or chats til roughly June, when I will be busy applying for a job… !
Such is my path in life, I have to work hard to make a living for me and help my family as well. No other way of surviving for us otherwise. So I thought I would say a little about me and my channeling work and try to hit on a few readers’ questions while I am home sick for the day…
- I was born in East Europe on a farm. I have traveled from age 7 with my family in a few countries in Europe and since I am an adult I have lived in 2 European countries.
- I have always recalled living on Mars and on the Moon, in previous lives of course. I used to tell of those things to my family, but they always told me that there is no one living on other planets and that there is no extra- terrestrial life in the Universe. Which made me sad and scared, and I have always told them that that was not true, that life was plentiful in the universe, otherwise why would the universe be so big, if it was just all for our planet. We agreed on that.
- Since one particular day at age 3, I have always known that I was on Earth for a specific purpose, even though I still don’t fully know that purpose. But I did know that my life and mission was different on Earth than most of the people living on it. I have been trying to recall my mission since age 3, when I noticed that my memory was becoming corrupted and that I begun forgetting what happened the day before, unless I really thought about it.
- Since that same day, at 3 years old, I realized that I was forgetting what i did a few hours before, or what I just had for breakfast. I realized that Earth was having a heavy impact on my being and on my memory.. and that my past lives and between lives memories were slowly becoming a blur.. and what I thought I would always remember, was slowly fading away.. and to my horror, as I looked into my memory, I realized that the reason why I was on Earth, as huge and important as it was, was impossible for me to retrieve already. So I set on the search for my reason for being here since that day!
- I also remember my life planning and of being told about the Inner Earth and the lives and water there, and about the life on Mars and inside of it.
- I knew about the pyramids on Mars and about the face on Mars at age 3, in the mid 70s.when no body knew about those things on Earth and I also knew about the Moon structures and buildings. I told my family what I recalled from those places and I told them that ET beings live on the Moon and on Mars. I told them that humans used to live on Mars before a great catastrophe hit Mars,and we evacuated it, living memories for us to be able to see from Earth (aka the face and the pyramids).
- I could see ghosts and spirits as a child, I could see ghosts enter people’s bodies and I could see how people were influenced by those bad spirits or ghosts.
- I could see behind the veil of matter and of the solid world. My eye sight seeing things at a molecular / atomic / nuclear level, which means that I could also activate molecules and change the shape of things: for example turn a tennis ball inside out just by looking at it, make plants and grass grow in a matter of minutes, etc.. of course my family totally freaked out, and insisted that for my own safety I never do these things again. (they were truly scared, so scared that I became scared of this, and I forgot how to do those things on demand).
I recall vividly living on Atlantis (perhaps 2 lives: one in the glorious times and one in the end times of that society).
I also lived several lives in Ancient Egypt, one possibly as Sekmet.
I was a female pilot/ navigator during world war 2, on a bomber, working in an American/ UK team. I fought the Nazi ideology.
I never had a long life on Earth, as I could never adapt to life here, I usually died in accidents or disease, or by self harm. I died age 13 or 15 in my last life, in a horse accident, after stealing a stallion that nobody had rode before. He throw me down and I broke my neck in a matter of seconds. I never felt any pain, i was very surprised at how fragile human lives were for me to die on the spot like that.
For those of you interested in reading about my past lives, here are some of my memories:
PRE- EARTH LIVES
I had several lives on various planets, among many societies and civilizations, including the civilizations of the beings that now visit me: Arcturus, Procyon, Sirus, Andromeda, Pleiadies, also among Bellatricians, Procyonans and Centaurians.
I came on Earth as part of a benevolent effort to collaborate with new species and travel together to discover Earth. We did not know much about those species, but decided as an act of good will to travel on their space ship, with their fleet, while our own fleet followed us, and had no idea we were onboard. The expedition was made mainly of Pleiadian beings and other benevolent civilisations, such as the Sirians.
Those species were Annunki and Lizard beings, and we had no idea that a war would break out once in orbit around the Earth, as they wanted to have the planet to themselves when they have seen its beauty.
I have died in orbit between Earth and Mars in that life, in a space suit and have been here since that time, following the planet’s evolution process.
- I have had several ET interactions and encounters. Although, on my demand, mainly in spirit form, and through telepathy, and interactions with light ships, cloud ships (and there is no doubt that these were clouds, as they totally move in different formation for miles in a matter of seconds..) and galactic ships, and light spheres and flashes.
- My interactions take place during sleep mainly, with Sirians (including Humans and reptoids beings working with SaLuSa), Andromedans, Arcturians, Procyon person, Ashtar, SaLuSa and Arch Angel Michael.
- My latest contact with a space ship was in October, it was a close encounter with my protector ship that came about 5- 10 meters from my window. They were so close that I could see the windows of the ship. It is a red ship, the size of a micro-bus, we interacted by telepathy and they flashed their lights at me, and responded to my questions by moving in certain positions to answer my questions. ps: I interact with them for about 3 years and it can last hours, and it feels so safe and exciting.
SaLuSa and his crew, and Ashtar saved my life several times, by either preventing my house from being blown up,or by protecting me from unwanted guests in my house… They have helped me in very tangible and physical ways from their ships and through telepathy.
Here is a list of most of the beings that i interact with, and of course I was guided to this list by them, only after I had spent a night of telepathy chatting to those beings, and to read their physical description on the site the day after was an amazing experience!! the description is exactly what they looked like in my contact with them and dreams!! and i have never read their description before! :) http://www.paoweb.com/gfmcenta.htm
I have never thought that i could channel..NEVER!! it had never even crossed my mind.. then i discovered SaLuSa by Mike Quinsey, in fact I was guided to his messages and Barbara Marciniak’s messages by a reptoid woman, who was with me for a week. She also introduced me to an article called Do you wish us to show up? and we discussed a lot through telepathy and during my dreams with her and with other Galactic Federation members who came with her.
I still could never imagine me doing channeling, so it is not until the ETs and AA Michael made contact with me that this has started for me a few years ago but i have never dreamt of this or asking for this to happen to me, to be honest.I had never even imagined that i could ever do this.. never, never, never has it even crossed my mind or imagination.
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NASA scientists have been secretly at work for a year on a walking, humanoid-like robot meant to evoke awe in anyone who comes across it — and it looks like they’ve accomplished their mission.
Researchers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas have released video footage of what they’re entering in a Pentagon-sponsored robotics contest later this month, and the evidence is enough to give just about anyone some spooky, sci-fi nightmares.
The JSC is entering a creation dubbed “Valkyrie” in this year’s DARPA Robotics Competition (hosted by the United States military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), and it very well may be one of the most realistic endeavors of its type yet.
Measuring in at around 6’2” and around 275 lbs (125 kg; 1.9m), the Valkyrie is a joint effort being undertaken by NASA and scientists at the University of Texas and Texas A&M University that will participate in a trial run later this month against five other creations courtesy of five competing groups of robotics wizzes.
Along with projects from the likes of Drexel University and Virginia Tech, the NASA/Texas team will enter Valkyrie in order to demonstrate a robotic creation designed for disaster areas that can mimic the behavior of man but with some added, lab-produced perks.
“The challenge created by DARPA involves tasks like walking over uneven terrain, climbing a ladder, using tools and driving,” Evan Ackerman wrote on Tuesday for the IEEE Spectrum, who first published video of the robotic in action. “This means that Valkyrie has to be capable of operating in the same spaces that a person would operate in, under the control of humans who have only minimal training with robots, which is why the robot’s design is based on a human form,” he said.
Screenshot from YouTube User IEEE Spectrum
And while the creation may indeed be human in form, its designed to do things that the average Joe might have a hard time accomplishing: mighty, interchangeable arms allow for ambidextrous control, and powerful legs provide for bipedal climbing that could put Valkyrie in situations and scenarios that a human being wouldn’t be able to transverse.
Even with humanoid features, however, the Valkyrie sports a modified design that makes it that much more different. Its arms have seven degrees of freedom and its feet feature six-axis force-torque sensors — which, along with every other aspect of what’s intended to be a fully-autonomous endeavor — is powered by a battery on the robot’s backpack, good for around an hour of use before it needs to be recharged.
“We really wanted to design the appearance of this robot to be one that when you saw it (you’d say) ‘Wow. That’s awesome,’” Nicolaus Radford of the NASA JSC Dextrous Robotics Lab says in the video published by IEEE Spectrum.
But with electronics aplenty, the developers of the project say they didn’t want to make something that necessarily resembles the metallic clanking robots typical of classic science fiction.
“Our robot is soft. If you brush against it while you’re working, you don’t want to feel this cold, hard metal. You want it to feel natural, like you’re working next to another human being. The soft goods, the clothes we put on the robot, give it that feel, that appearance of being more comfortable to be near,” added Radford.
The Valkyrie is expected to go up against the competition on December 20 during the “track A” trials among DRC contestants. Meanwhile, other teams will compete in a less-advanced track that will involve a pre-designed robotic prototype from DARPA dubbed the ATLAS robot. That creation is the same height as the Valkyrie but weighs in at around 55-lbs heavier and has to be tethered to its power source, rather than rely on a backpack.
It is wonderful when someone grasps what you are trying to expose and explain: they run with it and they find the answers.
Hilda did just that. She found what was so well hidden that it had escaped the attention of scientists for years. This is so important. It must be shared and openly discussed. Questions must be asked and answers must be given. This is the information that I have been preparing you for, and leading you towards.
I ask that you devote time to study the implications contained in this lengthy document and carefully consider what steps to take, in order to rectify the damage that was done to humanity by the Dark Ones in order to create a slave race to support and serve them.
You are waking up. The doors are opening wide to a future that, until now, you never expected to have. The future is yours. Grasp it with both hands. Go with the flow towards it. Leave everything negative behind you, it is not worth a moment of your time. Welcome the ENERGY that you will release when you all come together in peace and harmony. This is the last hurdle you face. You now have all the information you need to make the necessary changes. You are almost there. Read the following document carefully, my friends. The prison bars are dissolving, freedom awaits you.
My love, it is all moving forward nicely. People are ready to do what is necessary to restore your planet and to establish peace and harmony for all humanity.
The answers you need are contained within this document. I ask everyone to now read: