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Re: This week in review

Postby Christine » Thu Dec 14, 2017 3:13 pm

Thanks Spiritwind, I am an inner rant-aholic these days as I observe the stubborn refusal of so many people to wake to the reality we are all confronting. <3

There is a such an accumulative body of evidence to what you are sharing ... going to let it sit with me and see what arises. Mars certainly holds a huge fascination with every one I know, we are like pieces of a puzzle that we haven't put together yet.

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I will add my inner vision here, one we shared in several calls. While we were viewing the fires several of us became overwhelmed with nausea on seeing that deep beneath these fires is an extremely dark ritual(s) that involved child sacrifice. As with all planned and promoted false flags there are many overlays so it is difficult to see through them all. This one was particularly heart wrenching and we were left with the feeling that the time is upon us when we will experience the full roll out that has been in play for centuries if not longer.

For those who haven't followed our deep and wide path for the many years a few of us have worked together I want to give a little explanation. We are a group of friends who formed back in 2013 and since then have gone through several reformings. We've been active and then had long periods of inactivity, basically our coming together arises from some mysterious inner call we hear individually and find ourselves simultaneously on a call. The fires in S. California was the most recent events that we viewed.

It is a rather simple manner in which we share, usually it begins with a sharing of someone's inner sight and builds from there. We often sit silently allowing our full body to participate in feeling through what often is a mass of colliding energies so it isn't easily read. There is a lot of information in the world of remote viewing that talks about triangulation which is used as a meter to establish validity; if three remote viewers tap the same field and report the same data it is considered reliable. While we aren't remote viewers it has been presented to us on many occasions that this is true. I suggest here that this inner shared sight is a natural ability that human beings possess and one that has been purposely compromised. Just now I am recalling back in the beginning how much difficulty we had in establishing even three of us on a call, it felt like a triumphant at that time when we were able to.

While viewing and then analyzing the California fires we can detect several agendas being played out in these events. The rather blatant and obvious use of DEW (directed energy weapons), the strange burn patterns where buildings are burned in a manner that "forest fires" don't burn while shrubs and trees are left standing, independent investigators are linking this to Agenda 21 and that appears to be the case (upper cabal takes valuable property for its own use).

What was felt by those of us that participated was the presence of a much darker and more nefarious energy (if that is possible) which was two fold, the known pedophilia abuse that is finally surfacing in MSM is provoking fear of discovery in many of the upper echelon of Hollywood. While viewing I inner heard the words: "scorch and burn tactic ... evidence" I wasn't looking in that direction as my focus was on a rather large sphere that was pulsing and I felt that the energy was created to fuel the winds. Lots of very confusing impressions so I really couldn't focus on any one thing until those words came in. The energy was so sickening that it took a lot of intent to simply stay in the field, not that we were actively doing anything as we've learned over time to be the silent calm observer is the most viable means of shining a light in a very dark place. Often and it was true this time there are benevolent energies that work to break dark masses loose.

Once a dark mass (Dark Mass) is loosened more conscious awareness is available and we felt that some of the traumatized souls were able to go free. I have zero evidence and no way of proving anything I am saying but inwardly I know this is true. Shared simply to encourage others to know that we are more capable than the current reality matrix allows us to see ... In good time all will be revealed.
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Re: This week in review

Postby Spiritwind » Tue May 01, 2018 2:01 pm

I know there's a lot more going on "out there" than just the glysophate issue, but it's kind of in my face lately for various reasons and just ran across this article. I can't say it makes me happy to keep finding out it's worse than I knew, although I had my suspicions. I won't post it here but there's another one that claims that 100% of the wines coming out of California test positive for glysophates. Not wanting to sound melodramatic, but I'm starting to see Monsanto as a big evil looking demon with horns and drool hanging from its mouth just waiting to devour all life. Of course, his twin brother, big pharma, is standing right next to him (it's a big family with several other siblings as well - just don't look up).


By Carey Gillam - Monday 30 April 2018

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/201 ... nal-emails

Weedkiller found in granola and crackers, internal FDA emails show

The FDA has been testing food samples for traces of glyphosate for two years, but the agency has not yet released any official results.

US government scientists have detected a weedkiller linked to cancer in an array of commonly consumed foods, emails obtained through a freedom of information request show.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been testing food samples for residues of glyphosate, the active ingredient in hundreds of widely used herbicide products, for two years, but has not yet released any official results.

But the internal documents obtained by the Guardian show the FDA has had trouble finding any food that does not carry traces of the pesticide.

“I have brought wheat crackers, granola cereal and corn meal from home and there’s a fair amount in all of them,” FDA chemist Richard Thompson wrote to colleagues in an email last year regarding glyphosate. Thompson, who is based in an FDA regional laboratory in Arkansas, wrote that broccoli was the only food he had “on hand” that he found to be glyphosate-free.

That internal FDA email, dated January 2017, is part of a string of FDA communications that detail agency efforts to ascertain how much of the popular weedkiller is showing up in American food. The tests mark the agency’s first-ever such examination.

“People care about what contaminants are in their food. If there is scientific information about these residues in the food, the FDA should release it,” said Tracey Woodruff, a professor in the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine. “It helps people make informed decisions. Taxpayers paid for the government to do this work, they should get to see the information.”

The FDA is charged with annually testing food samples for pesticide residues to monitor for illegally high residue levels. The fact that the agency only recently started testing for glyphosate, a chemical that has been used for over 40 years in food production, has led to criticism from consumer groups and the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Calls for testing grew after the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified glyphosate as a probable human carcinogen in 2015.

Glyphosate is best known as the main ingredient in Monsanto Co’s Roundup brand. More than 200m pounds are used annually by US farmers on their fields. The weedkiller is sprayed directly over some crops, including corn, soybeans, wheat and oats. Many farmers also use it on fields before the growing season, including spinach growers and almond producers.

Thompson’s detection of glyphosate was made as he was validating his analytical methods, meaning those residues will probably not be included in any official report.

Separately, FDA chemist Narong Chamkasem found “over-the-tolerance” levels of glyphosate in corn,detected at 6.5 parts per million, an FDA email states. The legal limit is 5.0 ppm. An illegal level would normally be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), but an FDA supervisor wrote to an EPA official that the corn was not considered an “official sample”.

When asked about the emails and the agency’s testing, an FDA spokesman said only that the FDA had not found any illegal levels in corn, soy, milk or eggs, the four commodities it considers part of its glyphosate “special assignment”. He did not address the unofficial findings revealed in the emails.

The FDA’s official findings should be released later this year or early in 2019 as part of its 2016 annual residue report. The reports typically are released two to two and a half years after the data is collected.

Along with glyphosate, the agency has been trying to measure residues of the herbicides 2,4-D and dicamba because of projected increased use of these weedkillers on new genetically engineered crops. The FDA spokesman said that the agency has “expanded capacity” for testing foods for those herbicides this year.

Other findings detailed in the FDA documents show that in 2016 Chamkasem found glyphosate in numerous samples of honey. Chamkasem also found glyphosate in oatmeal products. The FDA temporarily suspended testing after those findings, and Chamkasem’s lab was “reassigned to other programs”, the FDA documents show. The FDA has said those tests were not part of its official glyphosate residue assignment.

Pesticide exposure through diet is considered a potential health risk. Regulators, Monsanto and agrochemical industry interests say pesticide residues in food are not harmful if they are under legal limits. But many scientists dispute that, saying prolonged dietary exposure to combinations of pesticides can be harmful.

Toxicologist Linda Birnbaum, who is director of the US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), said that current regulatory analysis of pesticide dangers does not account for low levels of dietary exposures.

“Even with low levels of pesticides, we’re exposed to so many and we don’t count the fact that we have cumulative exposures,” Birnbaum said.

The US Department of Agriculture was to start its own testing of foods for glyphosate residues in 2017 but dropped the plan.

The lack of government residue data comes as Monsanto attempts to bar evidence about glyphosate food residues from being introduced in court where the company is fighting off allegations its Roundup products cause cancer.

In a case set for trial on 18 June, San Francisco superior court judge Curtis Karnow recently denied the company’s motion to keep the jury from hearing about residues in food. The judge said that although Monsanto worries the information “will inflame the jury against Monsanto based on their own fear that they may have been exposed”, such information “should not be excluded”.

Carey Gillam is a journalist and author, and a public interest researcher for US Right to Know


*At least there is a glimmer of good news, though, in the fight against this monster:
http://www.dailypioneer.com/columnists/ ... seeds.html


Also, I found this interesting, for anyone who has been following this case (Alfie Evans' death in the UK). And, no, I did not fact check this. You'll have to check it on your own.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6180783/a ... -hospital/
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Re: This week in review

Postby Spiritwind » Thu May 03, 2018 2:30 pm

I'm not going to copy and paste the whole article and have no way of verifying the truth of this story, but, if it is true, it is indeed quite horrifying. It really wouldn't surprise me, though. Our profit driven world makes all of these aberrant behaviors come into play. Just like prisons for profit who have no intention of making the world a safer and better place, it's all about the money. And someone pays for all the geo-engineering going on. My husband walked away from a lucrative career in medicine years ago because he couldn't take the reality that life saving efforts were completely dependent on the level of one's health insurance. In other words, if their insurance didn't cover a particular procedure, it wasn't even mentioned or made available to the patient. When instructed to change how he treated people based on this practice, knowing that certain individuals were basically being sentenced to death because of it, his conscience wouldn't let him comply thankfully. I've bumped into this even at our local veterinary's office. I'm not saying that everything should be free (well, maybe I am), but something seems intrinsically wrong with the whole "it's not personal, it's just business" motto.

ANALYSIS: Alfie Evans was executed by lethal injection; Alder Hey hospital steeped in horrifying history of organ harvesting from human babies

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-05-01- ... r-hey.html
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Re: This week in review

Postby Spiritwind » Thu May 10, 2018 10:07 pm

So a friend brought up this proposed smelter in a small town that is only 11 miles from where our property is. I looked it up just to see what the deal was. And now I feel like I'm going to have to get involved. My jaw kind of dropped, reading this. I know this is a local thing, but really, no where is safe. I could cite many examples (Flint, Michigan for one), but it's starting to feel like it's a full on fight for our lives. For some, it is. And no amount of wishing it away is going to help. Damn!

From the Kootenai Environmental Alliance

http://kealliance.org/2018/03/15/propos ... mmunities/

Proposed Smelter in Newport, WA raising concerns in local communities

A Canadian Company Called HiTest Sand is proposing to build a smelter in Newport Washington.  The proposed smelter will discharge up to 700 tons per year of nitrogen oxide, 601 tons of carbon monoxide and 760 tons of sulfur dioxide, along with 111 tons per year of particulate matter.  The smelter would be the 15th largest greenhouse gas emitter in the state of Washington.  The company also requested 240,000 gallons of water per day from the city of Newport, although they claim they will use a maximum of 8,000 per day.  This has many local residents concerned about the health of the air they breathe and the water they drink.

The company needed cheap electricity and wood chips from surrounding sawmills which is how this project ended up in Newport.  To produce pure silicon, the silica is mixed with wood chips, coal and charcoal, which is then heated in high temperature furnaces.  During the reaction, the oxygen bond is broken, leaving pure silicon.  Additionally, the oxygen bonds with carbon from the wood chips, coal and charcoal, creating carbon dioxide.

The smelter will remove soot from its emissions, but will not capture the pollutants that cause smog and acid rain.  The projected emissions from the smelter are six to 18 times greater than the threshold for new polluters in Class 1 airsheds.  Class 1 airshed is a classification under the Clean Air Act to provide the most protection to pristine lands by limiting the amount of additional air pollution that can be added to these areas.  A dozen Class 1 airsheds lie within a 185-miles radius of the smelter, including Glacier National Park and the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness Area.

Another concern is that the air pollution could affect the few remaining 11 Caribou that are located near the Canadian border of northern Idaho and eastern Washington.  The Sulphur dioxide could harm the lichen species that the caribou need to survive.

All of these concerns should be fully reviewed prior to moving forward on this project.  Please reach out to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and ask them to require HiTest to collect site-specific data over a 1-year period.


And, hell, while I'm at it I might just as well add this jewel to the mix.

Legislation That Would Surreptitiously Steal Social Security’s $2.9 Trillion Surplus Has Been Defeated – But 97% of Republicans Voted For It

https://www.socialsecurityworks.org/201 ... -security/

Washington, DC) — The following is a statement from Nancy Altman, President of Social Security Works, in reaction to nearly every Republican member of the House of Representatives, as well as seven Democrats, voting for a Constitutional amendment requiring that all annual revenue and spending balance every year. The amendment failed to attain the two-thirds majority required to pass it into law:

“Every pay period, starting with our first jobs, America’s workers contribute to Social Security. The program uses those funds to pay all benefits and related administrative costs. Social Security does not add even a penny to the deficit, as Republican President Ronald Reagan so clearly stated when he was president.

When Social Security runs a surplus, Social Security holds the funds in trust. Social Security currently has a $2.9 trillion accumulated surplus, which was intentionally built up over decades to cover the retirement of the Baby Boom generation. In the guise of a so-called balanced budget amendment, 233 members of the House of Representatives just voted to pretend that the accumulated surplus does not exist.

That’s because the so-called Balanced Budget Amendment would ignore the past Social Security contributions and instead require all federal spending – including Social Security spending – to be offset by revenues collected in that same year. That means that Social Security would not be allowed to use its own $2.9 trillion surplus to pay out benefits.

By voting to mandate that income and outgo match for all federal spending every year, ninety-seven percent of Republicans just voted in effect, to default on Social Security’s $2.9 trillion worth of Treasury bonds. (Ninety-six percent of Democrats voted to honor their commitment to the American people.)

That 233 politicians would vote to raid the Social Security trust funds, never to repay them, is shameful. It helps explain the low regard the American people have for Congress. Fortunately for Social Security beneficiaries, the amendment did not attain the two-thirds majority required to pass the House. But those who voted for it are now on the record in support of stealing the American people’s earned Social Security benefits.”

More information on why the so-called balanced budget amendment is a backdoor attack on Social Security is here. A list of the Members of Congress who voted for the so-called balanced budget amendment is here and on the graphic below. Click here to share the graphic on Facebook.


And, of course, Israel has been busy. You have to do your homework to see the story they are not telling you. I'm surprised they can squeeze it in with their busy schedule, you know, genociding the Palestinian people. I wasn't going to post anything on this, but since it's a week in review thread I figured I'd better not leave this out. Hawaii's a little hot right now too.

Israel and Iran on brink of war after unprecedented Syria bombardment in response to alleged Golan Heights attack

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/worl ... 44291.html

Biggest Israeli intervention in neighbouring Syria since beginning of civil war sparked by what IDF says was first ever direct Iranian rocket attack on its troops
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