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Written by Steve Beckow, the Golden Age of Gaia, http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/12/lifting-the-veil-part-6/
(Continued from Part 5.)
Waves of Love
Continuing with our look at the events that are bringing the dissolution of the veil of forgetfulness, next came the waves of love sweeping the planet with the opening of the Lion’s Gate portal through July 26 to August 12.
At the beginning of the year, SaLuSa of Sirius, in two messages, had pointed to a tsunami of love sweeping the globe that would change life around the planet for the better. It isn’t clear whether he was specifically referring to the waves of love in July or all the events of 2013.
“You will shortly notice a wave of love sweep the Earth, that will show that your civilization has taken a quantum leap forward. That being so it will bring a strong unity of purpose that will help the establishment of world peace. Read the rest of this entry
The energies are once more expanding and the resulting chaos is now also expanding, for those who are unable to accept that the old 3d earth is now dissolving the chaos IS the dissolving of this lower dimensional frequency creation.
I get lots of comments and feedback from various people who state to me that nothing has changed and ask me to “prove” what I blog and write about. It is not possible for me to “prove” YOUr reality for I am not creating it, YOU are. In any one moment people experience the variety that is the human life experience, imagine if you will a cloudy day with rain showers, some of you will delight in this scenario, some of you will instantly lower your vibration in response to the clouds and the rain for ALL IS PERCEPTION. One persons’s like is another’s dislike and so it is with the PERSONAL reality that YOU create within the New Earth. Read the rest of this entry
By: Oraclereport.com, 12/04/2013 | Thanks to: http://soundofheart.org/galacticfreepress/content/oracle-report-wednesday-december-4-2013
New Moon Phase: intend, begin, renew, set a wish or intention
Diamond Sky Dakinis Rule This Lunar Month, Not The Mahavidyas
The “rebalancing” energetic is opening up opportunities. It is easy to see this with “positive” events and situations, but it is also happening through events and situations that seem to be “negative” or upsetting. The “upset” is because things are coming into balance. Things are not only being corrected and repaired, but also supported or re-supported. An unpleasant situation is a sign that something better is waiting if we can see the opportunity – the signal. Action is required to get to that better situation.
Rigidity is being busted up; systems reliant on power and control over freedom are collapsing under their own weight; limitations are dissolving. But since the Moon has now moved into Capricorn, joining Pluto today, the focus will be on structures, frameworks, foundations, and bedrock. This means the structure of everything – relationships, situations, jobs, nations, people – is undergoing transformation. They are changing from one thing to another.
The aim of this effort is to bring a more harmonious, settled, happy experience of life. This is the frequency of the planet, our Mother, and as we are coming into balance within ourselves, we are coming into balance with her. We are matching up with her frequency. She is the source of the rebalancing.
The pull toward retreat is strong today. Retreat means many things. But primarily the word is meant here in its form as turning away from chaos and turning toward calm. We much prefer an internal, spiritual “retreat” today. If you find yourself unable to tolerate noise, you are in the right tune. (Joyful noise is not noise in this sense.) The real core of it is when we turn from the noise, what do we hear? What do we want to hear? Are they the same?
Written by Caroline Aguiar
I find the degree of synchronicity which has occurred not only in my life, but in the lives of many, is absolutely astounding. People whom I’ve never met before are suddenly appearing from out of the blue at exactly the right time when I need them the most.
Their sense of loving presence during my communications with them brings such tranquility, while at the same time, I feel inspired. Read the rest of this entry
No Polio in the Philippines Since 1993, But Mass Polio Vaccination Program Targeted for 500,000 Typhoon Victims Under Age 5
UNICEF has purchased over $2 million dollars worth of vaccines for typhoon victims in the Philippines. Western pharmaceutical companies look to make huge sales from aggressive campaign to vaccinate over 500,000 children in typhoon affected areas.
Photo by World Health Organization.
Health Impact News Editor
In the aftermath of one of the strongest storms to ever strike land, the most dangerous place for children in the Philippines to be right now could very well be the evacuation centers, or living near one.
This past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF began an aggressive program to vaccinate more than 500,000 children with the measles and polio vaccines in the typhoon affected areas of the Philippines. They have already vaccinated more than 30,000 children in Tacolban, one of the worst hit areas.
“It is virtually unprecedented that within two and a half weeks of a disaster of this scale, with this level of devastation and these logistical challenges, that a mass vaccination campaign is already rolling out,” reported Dr. Julie Hall, WHO representative in the Philippines.
The children are being vaccinated for measles and polio, in spite of the fact that measles rates are very low and declining in the Philippines, and that there has not been a single case of polio in the Philippines since 1993.
In the video below, Heather Papowitz, a senior advisor for UNICEF, states that they are vaccinating children for measles even though they have already been vaccinated for the disease, because previous vaccine campaigns were, ”not enough to protect them, so we need to get them vaccinated as soon as possible.”
Is this a statement to the ineffectiveness of measles vaccines that they need to be vaccinated repeatedly, or that somehow typhoon disasters like this require higher doses of the vaccine? By either reasoning, it allows pharmaceutical companies a larger market for their products.
Regarding their goal to vaccinate 500,000 children with the very dangerous oral polio vaccine, she states, “As far as polio, it was already eradicated in the Philippines, so we just want to make sure it doesn’t come back.”
Watch the video for yourself:
According to statistics supplied by the WHO, measles is rare and declining in the Philippines. In a nation of over 90 million people, there were 6,554 confirmed cases of measles in 2011 (source), 1,536 confirmed cases in 2012, and through November 11, 2013 this year, only 951 confirmed cases. (Source - Page 6.)
If you are the parent of a Filipino child being told by western aid workers that you need to vaccinate your child for measles (regardless if your child was already vaccinated), you need to ask yourself why you should allow your child to be exposed to dangerous western vaccines when the disease has already been declining and affects so very few people in your country.
As for the oral polio vaccine, this particular vaccine contains the live polio virus, and is notorious for causing vaccine-induced polio and paralysis. It is no longer given in the United States, only in poorer countries like India, Pakistan (where many people are now rising up and resisting it), and now the Philippines. Many have called for a halt on the oral live attenuated vaccine, due to the fact that it can actually cause polio and non-polio acute flaccid paralysis.
In India, for example, the “polio eradication campaign” using the live oral polio vaccine caused 47,500 cases of non-polio acute flaccid paralysis in just one year! (Source.) Will we now start seeing cases of polio and paralysis arise in the Philippines, where currently there are none, as a result of this dangerous and outdated polio vaccine that is targeted for 500,000 children? We most assuredly will, as this is exactly what is happening in other places like India and Pakistan. (See: Paralysis Haunts ‘Polio Free’ India and Confirmed: India’s Polio Eradication Campaign in 2011 Caused 47,500 Cases of Vaccine-Induced Polio Paralysis)
The measles vaccine is hardly without risk either. Dr. Viera Scheibner points out in this excellent article looking at the history of the measles vaccine, that atypical measles outbreaks have occurred as a result of the vaccine, and that natural immunity is wiped out when the vaccine is introduced, which can lead to more incidents of measles, rather than less. As I pointed out above, measles is already on the decline in the Philippines and affects a minuscule portion of the population.
I am not sure if there is a single measles vaccine currently available in the market, as by far the majority of the vaccines for measles today are a 3-vaccine combo of mumps, measles, and rubella (MMR). Here is Merck’s MMR vaccine package insert for the MMR vaccine. Be sure to read the ingredients, as well as the sections: CONTRAINDICATIONS, WARNINGS, PRECAUTIONS, and ADVERSE REACTIONS before you agree to have your children vaccinated. These sections are seldom communicated or explained to parents prior to vaccination, and injuries and deaths do occur, as is evidenced by settlements in the U.S. vaccine court, and also by a court in Italy. (See: MMR Vaccine Caused Autism in Two Children According to Federal Vaccine Court and Italian Court Rules MMR Vaccine Caused Autism: Why is this story blacked out of the US Media?)
I know that Health Impact News has a popular readership in Manila, and I encourage people to contact President Aquino and Dr. Enrique Ona (Secretary of Health) to carefully research this topic so they can be fully informed about these issues. The dangers of the live oral polio vaccine and the terrible side effects resulting in paralysis are very well documented in the scientific literature. We have also published articles from medical doctors and PhD scientists that summarize the peer-reviewed scientific studies and history of vaccines that is not popularly covered in the U.S. mainstream media, which is for the most part pro-pharmaceutical. See for example: The REAL History Behind the Polio Vaccine by Dr . Viera Scheibner (PhD), and Did Vaccines Really Eradicate Polio? by Suzanne Humphries, MD.
Why are Children Under 5 Dying in Countries Where UNICEF Works?
It would also be prudent to research UNICEF, which likes to present itself as an advocate for children’s health. Their track record does not match up to this image they like to project. In a report published in the Lancet (free registration required to read) in 2004, it was revealed that in the countries where UNICEF was working, deaths of children under the age of 5 actually increased! Is it a coincidence that this is the same age group UNICEF targets with their vaccine programs? The countries that experienced the greatest increase in deaths were all poor countries: India (2·4 million deaths), Nigeria (834 000 deaths), China (784 000 deaths), Pakistan (565 000 deaths), Democratic Republic of Congo (484 000 deaths), and Ethiopia (472 000 deaths). Will the Philippines now be added to this tragic list?
The largest funding entity to UNICEF is the U.S. Government. People in the Philippines and other poorer countries need to understand that the U.S. Government, unlike any other government in the world, has passed laws giving 100% legal immunity to pharmaceutical companies for any harm or damage that occurs as a result of vaccine adverse effects. This gives them unlimited opportunities to rush new vaccines into the market regardless of their safety, and often the more unpopular vaccines get distributed to poorer countries as part of “humanitarian” efforts, funded by taxpayers in various countries that support the U.N. and UNICEF. There are absolutely ZERO checks and balances to assure that your country is receiving safe and effective vaccines.
I lived in the Philippines for several years, and have been through four Super Typhoons. I have also participated in relief operations after natural and man-made disasters. The amount of fraud and corruption that occurs when millions, or even billions, of dollars are being donated for “humanitarian” purposes after a tragedy like this is always a problem, and this appears to me to be a case where pharmaceutical companies are seizing upon the Philippine Typhoon Yolanda tragedy to promote their vaccine agenda.
Pharmaceutical sales are slumping in the U.S., and they are looking for new markets, particularly in the poorer countries. Measles is declining in the Philippines and already rare, and there are no cases of polio. But that may all change now, thanks to this vaccination program that can, ironically, cause the disease for which the vaccine is supposed to prevent, resulting in even more vaccination programs in the future with the claim that these diseases are now returning, thus creating a lucrative market for the western pharmaceutical companies.
What the people in the Philippines in the typhoon affected areas need right now, especially children under the age of 5, is clean drinking water and healthy food, and then help to rebuild their homes and infrastructure. The millions of dollars being spent on dangerous vaccines could better be put to use for much healthier and safer options that will truly help the people, rather than dangerous vaccines that could end up crippling and injuring children at a time when they are most vulnerable.
Government officials and citizens in the Philippines need to understand the profit motive to distribute vaccines and how Western governments fund groups like WHO and UNICEF to promote their agendas in poorer countries. In the process, they exploit the most helpless members of your society, children under the age of 5! Throw off the mantle of Western colonialism and tell the WHO and UNICEF to stop their vaccination program in the typhoon affected areas now!
- Philippine Inquirer
- World Health Organization
- The Lancet
- Clinical Infectious Diseases – Oxford Journal
- Gulf News
Are UNICEF Live Polio Vaccines Causing Polio Among Syrians? 1.7 Billion Polio Vaccines Purchased by UNICEF
by Louise Kuo Habakus and Mary Holland J.D.
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Imagine you are a denizen of the 18th century. It’s just past 8:30 P.M., you’ve got your night-cap on. You blow out your candles and fall asleep to the smell of the wax and the wick, which gently fills the air around your bed. Some hours pass. 2:30 AM. You awaken, grab your coat, and visit the neighbors because they, too, are up. Doing quiet reading, prayer, or even having sex. Well, apparently before the age of electricity, sleeping twice a night was completely ubiquitous.
Back in those times, we slept twice a night, getting up for an hour or two for recreation before heading back to bed until dawn.
The existence of our sleeping twice per night was first uncovered by Roger Ekirch, professor of History at Virginia Tech.
His research found that we didn’t always sleep in one eight hour chunk. We used to sleep in two shorter periods, over a longer range of night. This range was about 12 hours long, and began with a sleep of three to four hours, wakefulness of two to three hours, then sleep again until morning.
References are scattered throughout literature, court documents, personal papers, and the ephemera of the past. What is surprising is not that people slept in two sessions, but that the concept was so incredibly common. Two-piece sleeping was the standard, accepted way to sleep.
“It’s not just the number of references – it is the way they refer to it, as if it was common knowledge,” Ekirch says.
An English doctor wrote, for example, that the ideal time for study and contemplation was between “first sleep” and “second sleep.” Chaucer tells of a character in the Canterbury Tales that goes to bed following her “firste sleep.” And, explaining the reason why working class conceived more children, a doctor from the 1500s reported that they typically had sex after their first sleep.
Ekirch’s book At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past is replete with such examples.
But just what did people do with these extra twilight hours? Pretty much what you might expect.
Most stayed in their beds and bedrooms, sometimes reading, and often they would use the time to pray. Religious manuals included special prayers to be said in the mid-sleep hours.
Others might smoke, talk with co-sleepers, or have sex. Some were more active and would leave to visit with neighbours.
As we know, this practice eventually died out. Ekirch attributes the change to the advent of street lighting and eventually electric indoor light, as well as the popularity of coffee houses. Author Craig Koslofsky offers a further theory in his book Evening’s Empire. With the rise of more street lighting, night stopped being the domain of criminals and sub-classes and became a time for work or socializing. Two sleeps were eventually considered a wasteful way to spend these hours.
The science seems to back up our history books. In a 4-week study with 15 men living with restricted daylight hours, something strange started to happen. After catching up on their “sleep debt” – a common state of affairs for most of us – the participants began to wake up in the middle of the night:
They began to have two sleeps.
Over a twelve hour period, the participants would typically sleep for about four or five hours initially, then wake for several hours, then sleep again until morning. They slept not more than eight hours total.
The middle hours of the night, between two sleeps, was characterized by unusual calmness, likened to meditation. This was not the middle-of-the-night toss-and-turn that many of us experienced. The individuals did not stress about falling back asleep, but used the time to relax.
Russell Foster, professor of circadian neuroscience at Oxford, points out that even with standard sleep patterns, this night waking isn’t always cause for concern. “Many people wake up at night and panic,” he says. “I tell them that what they are experiencing is a throwback to the bi-modal sleep pattern.”
Although the article mentions there are no benefits for sleeping twice a night, it’s difficult to imagine there wouldn’t be some major effects on our daily consciousness. How much would we benefit from a few hours of “unusual calmness, likened to meditation”? Seriously. I haven’t tried “bi-modal” sleep, but I think many of us, including myself, have stumbled into it. Our maddeningly busy digital schedules prevent us from considering the possibility, and benefits, of interloping with the sidereal realms of consciousness for more than an 8-hour “sleep debt” crash.
But we can’t go back to a pre-electric lifestyle of early-to-bed, early-to-rise. Yet, maybe we can we utilize this knowledge to enhance our quality of life, and open us up to alternative modes of mind and time.
This leads me to a book I’ve been reading through lately.
Swallowing the Information Age in a Single Gulp
If you’re interested in reading more on the modern world’s impact on our mind, look no further than Douglas Rushkoff’s new book: Present Shock: When Everything Happens Now:
“The point is that time is not neutral. Hours and minutes are not generic, but specific. We are better at doing some thing sin the morning and others in the evening. More incredible, those times of day change based on where we are in the twenty-eight day moon cycle. In one week, we are more productive in the early morning, while in the next week we are more effective in the early afternoon.
Technology gives us the ability to ride roughshod over all these nooks and crannies of time. We can fly through ten time zones in as many hours. We can take melatonin or Ambien to fall asleep when we’ve arrived at our destination, and later take one of our attention deficit disorder-afflicted son’s Ritalin pills to wake up the next morning…
Where our technologies may be evolving as fast as we can imagine new ones, our bodies evolved over millennia, and in concert with forces and phenomena we barely understand. It’s not simply that we need to give the body rhythms… the body is based on hundreds, perhaps thousands, of different clocks, all listening to and relating to and syncing with everyone and everything elses. Human beings just can’t evolve that quickly. Our bodies are changing on a much different timescale.”
What Rushkoff suggests, however, is not to toss aside our iPhones and “always-on” digital lifestyles, but to figure out a way for our technology to enhance our biology:
“Yes, we are in a chronobiological crisis of depression, suicides, cancers, poor productivity, and social malaise as a result of abusing and defeating the rhythms keeping us alive and in sync with nature and one another. But what we are learning gives us the ability to turn this crisis into an opportunity. Instead of attempting to retrain the body to match the artificial rhythms of our digital technologies and their artifacts, we can instead use our digital technologies to reschedule our lives in a manner consistent with our physiology.”
I’m not sure I’ll be adopting a ‘bi-modal’ sleep, but I can definitely see the benefits of recognizing, and attempting to live by, a new understanding of time. Time as quality. Duration. Flavor. One of my favorite 20th century cultural philosophers, Jean Gebser, wrote in 1949 that time was at the heart of Western civilization’s crisis. In our attempt to be “in the new,” we try to be tapped into everything happening, at once. But maybe that’s the wrong approach. The wrong attitude about time. It’s not important to quantify time like we do. Maybe what’s needed is to step back and be present, not like the “present shock” Rushkoff is critiquing the digital age for, but in presence. In swallowing the information age in a single gulp.
It could be that our contemporary crisis with being in the now is no different than the Zen koan of “swallowing the ocean in a single gulp.” You can’t do it if you literalize time into little bits, tiny ticks of the clock, emails, Facebook notifications and bleeps on the LCD screen. It’s just far too much. But our information overload may, in reality, be a limitation not of the digital age but of the mode of quantifying consciousness we bring to it. What do you think? How do we deal with the “Flood” as James Gleick calls it?
Paul Walker is dead after a horrific car crash, but some people on conspiracy websites are positing that the famed actor was murdered for “digging too deep.”
Alternative news site Before It’s News has written a story about the theories, which has gotten over 128,000 views and thousands of Facebook “likes” and shares in the past two days. And on Twitter, a number of users speculated that Walker, 40, may have been murdered. However, officials have said that speeding was likely the prevailing factor in the crash, while sources at the auto shop Walker co-owned said a steering fluid leak may have been a factor.
The Before It’s News “report” cites several theories from the popular conspiracy forum Godlikeproductions:
1. Paul Walker and Roger Rodas were killed “shortly after they discovered a conspiracy to supply victims of Typhon Haiyan with a prototype permanent birth control drug hidden in medicinal supplies and food aid,” claimed an anonymous user on the website. The pair supposedly had “a damning recording” and “they were on their way to rendezvous with an ally who would have helped them get in touch with the right people.
“Turns out they were betrayed and someone rigged their car’s breaks to malfunction after a certain speed,” the user said. “Now that the loose end has been tied up, and the recording destroyed, the people responsible have nothing to fear as this will become another ‘conspiracy theory’ no one will take seriously.”
However, there appears no evidence to support this claim, and the origin of this theory is from Godlikeproductions. No credible, mainstream media entities have covered this.
Keep in mind that GodlikeProductions has numerous threads about the U.S. research program HAARP causing earthquakes and storms in other countries, conspiracies about Comet ISON, and various posts about the Illuminati–a purported secret society that controls the world’s governments and large corporations. Anonymous users can post–without registering–anything they want.
It’s also worth noting that after every major event–including school shootings, the Boston bombing, or a plane crash–there’s almost always a conspiracy theory about a cause, usually with users alleging there was a “false flag” involved. But there’s usually little-to-no evidence to support such claims.
Paul Walker in London in May. (Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)
The other theory from Godlikeproductions is as follows:
2. Referring again to Walker’s work for victims of Typhoon Haiyan, also known as Typhoon Yolanda, the other theory on the forum is that Walker discovered “dirty money” in the Philippines disaster relief. “That would make sense because he owned a company that specialized in rapid disaster relief,” the poster said.
Several others are supporting this argument. One user on Twitter said: “I believe Paul Walker was murdered for knowing down deep the evil plans of the global elite in regards to the Philippine typhoons.”
Again, there is no evidence to support this claim, and it also appears to have originated from a poster on Godlikeproductions, which was referenced as the only sources in the Before It’s News article.
In the story “Paul Walker: Murdered for Digging Too Deep?” the author speculates that the massive damage done to the vehicle Walker and Rodas were in appears to point to a murder of some sort.
Several other theories circulating are:
-The crash was caused by an “Obama drone strike.”
-The crash was foretold in the Family Guy episode where the dog Brian dies, because Walker’s character in “Fast & Furious” was named Brian
-Walker spoke “prophetic” words in his 2000 film “The Skulls,” when he said “If you keep digging you will dig your own grave.”
Another associated theory is that the lack of skid marks helps prove a murder, as well as the fire that consumed much of the car and rendered the two bodies so far unidentifiable (officials are using dental records to confirm the bodies are Walker and Rodas).
But sources at Always Evolving, the auto shop co-owned by Walker and Rodas, told TMZ that they saw evidence of a steering fluid leak, including a burst and subsequent trail.
The lack of skid marks before the point of impact–a tree–appear to align with the steering fluid leak, the sources said. Flames would typically be expected where the engine is in the rear of the car, but the fire in the front reinforces the theory of a fluid leak.
Another theory–one put forward by some officials–is that Rodas was speeding, which may have contributed to the crash. But one source said that the idea Rodas lost control, even if he was speeding, is preposterous.
“Roger was a world class driver,” the source said.
A picture of Paul Walker among flowers at the crash site, where hundreds of friends and fans paid their respects on December 1, 2013. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)
Another theory is that Rodas was drag racing, because the neighborhood where the crash happened is known to attract street racers.
The crash happened on a street that forms an approximately 1-mile loop amid industrial office parks and is rimmed by hills and isolated from traffic, especially on weekends.
“It’s well-known out here that that’s a hot spot for street racers,” California Highway Patrol Sgt. Rick Miler. “It’s a long stretch where, weekends, businesses are all closed and they feel like nobody’s going to bother them up there.”
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is still investigating the accident but already has said speed was a factor. The posted limit was 45 mph.
Investigators are trying to determine how fast the car was traveling and what caused it to go out of control, including whether the driver was distracted or something in the road prompted him to swerve.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Tuesday, November 26th 2013 at 9:45 pm
Researchers from the University of Miami’s Schools of Medicine and Psychology have determined that compassionate love as well as a faith in a compassionate Higher Power increases healing time and decreases disease progression among those with HIV.
The researchers utilized the “Working Model of Compassionate Love” by Dr. Lynn Underwood to analyze and measure 177 people infected with HIV for ten years.
Over the ten year period the patients were assessed for viral load and the presence of CD4 cells: CD4 is a glycoproteins that rests on immune cells – but CD4 cells refer to a type of T-cell that activates antiviral activities. CD4 cell count is a reflection of the strength of the immune system.
Along with these assessments, the researchers periodically interviewed each of the patients, and the patients also provided essays for the researchers to review and assess. These assessments resulted in hierarchical ratings for each of the qualifications – using a process called Hierarchical Linear Regression Analysis. These in turn provided quantitative and qualitative analysis in order to assess each patient and compare their levels of compassionate love – achieved through their receiving it and giving it to others.
The research found that those who both gave and received the most compassionate love while maintaining compassionate love towards self (related to self-worth and self-forgiveness) had substantially less disease progression, greater CD4+ and less HIV viral load over time.
The research also found that those who felt that God/Higher Power was loving and loved them had significantly slower HIV progression, while those who felt that God was punishing them and/or seen Him as harsh had faster progression of their HIV.
This vision of themselves in relation to a Higher Power also reflected upon their level of compassionate love towards self. Those who felt God/Higher Power loved them also tended to extend more compassionate love to others, and were able to receive more compassionate love from others. This combination resulted in less disease progression, a lower viral load and more CD4.
The definition used in relation to the “Openness and receptivity to spirituality” by the researchers was defined as:
“The spiritual awareness of being part of something important beyond oneself and feeling connected to a higher presence. Being open and receptive for the so-called “inspired” quality of compassionate love.”
Those who felt unloved and saw themselves as rejected, in turn gave and received less compassionate love according to the research. This combination was also accompanied by those patients having higher viral loads, less CD4 and greater disease progression.