Archive for the Inspiration Category
10 05 2011
30 10 2010
13 04 2010
We Need Your Help Urgently Please so That Robert Green Can Stand for Parliament on the Hollie Greig Establishment Abuse Case
Do you live in the constituency of Aberdeen South? The wards are: Queens Cross, Gilcomston, Langstane, Hazelhead, Peterculter, Murtle, Cults, Mannofield, Ashley, Holburn, Garthdee, Gairn, Duthie, Torry, Tullos Hill, Kincorth West, Kincorth East and Loirston.
If so, can you sign Robert Green’s election form so that he can stand in the upcoming General Election? He needs the signatures of ten residents in the Aberdeen South Constituency.
Please contact Adam Tindall at email@example.com
We need this as soon as possible, please.
11 04 2010
04 04 2010
28 12 2009
14 12 2009
Many of us fear death. We believe in death because we have been told we will die. We associate ourselves with the body, and we know that bodies die. But a new scientific theory suggests that death is not the terminal event we think.
One well-known aspect of quantum physics is that certain observations cannot be predicted absolutely. Instead, there is a range of possible observations each with a different probability. One mainstream explanation, the “many-worlds” interpretation, states that each of these possible observations corresponds to a different universe (the ‘multiverse’). A new scientific theory - called biocentrism - refines these ideas. There are an infinite number of universes, and everything that could possibly happen occurs in some universe. Death does not exist in any real sense in these scenarios. All possible universes exist simultaneously, regardless of what happens in any of them. Although individual bodies are destined to self-destruct, the alive feeling - the ‘Who am I?’- is just a 20-watt fountain of energy operating in the brain. But this energy doesn’t go away at death. One of the surest axioms of science is that energy never dies; it can neither be created nor destroyed. But does this energy transcend from one world to the other?
Consider an experiment that was recently published in the journal Science showing that scientists could retroactively change something that had happened in the past. Particles had to decide how to behave when they hit a beam splitter. Later on, the experimenter could turn a second switch on or off. It turns out that what the observer decided at that point, determined what the particle did in the past. Regardless of the choice you, the observer, make, it is you who will experience the outcomes that will result. The linkages between these various histories and universes transcend our ordinary classical ideas of space and time. Think of the 20-watts of energy as simply holo-projecting either this or that result onto a screen. Whether you turn the second beam splitter on or off, it’s still the same battery or agent responsible for the projection.
According to Biocentrism, space and time are not the hard objects we think. Wave your hand through the air - if you take everything away, what’s left? Nothing. The same thing applies for time. You can’t see anything through the bone that surrounds your brain. Everything you see and experience right now is a whirl of information occurring in your mind. Space and time are simply the tools for putting everything together.
Death does not exist in a timeless, spaceless world. In the end, even Einstein admitted, “Now Besso” (an old friend) “has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That means nothing. People like us…know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” Immortality doesn’t mean a perpetual existence in time without end, but rather resides outside of time altogether.
This was clear with the death of my sister Christine. After viewing her body at the hospital, I went out to speak with family members. Christine’s husband - Ed - started to sob uncontrollably. For a few moments I felt like I was transcending the provincialism of time. I thought about the 20-watts of energy, and about experiments that show a single particle can pass through two holes at the same time. I could not dismiss the conclusion: Christine was both alive and dead, outside of time.
Christine had had a hard life. She had finally found a man that she loved very much. My younger sister couldn’t make it to her wedding because she had a card game that had been scheduled for several weeks. My mother also couldn’t make the wedding due to an important engagement she had at the Elks Club. The wedding was one of the most important days in Christine’s life. Since no one else from our side of the family showed, Christine asked me to walk her down the aisle to give her away.
Soon after the wedding, Christine and Ed were driving to the dream house they had just bought when their car hit a patch of black ice. She was thrown from the car and landed in a banking of snow.
“Ed,” she said “I can’t feel my leg.”
She never knew that her liver had been ripped in half and blood was rushing into her peritoneum.
After the death of his son, Emerson wrote “Our life is not so much threatened as our perception. I grieve that grief can teach me nothing, nor carry me one step into real nature.”
Whether it’s flipping the switch for the Science experiment, or turning the driving wheel ever so slightly this way or that way on black-ice, it’s the 20-watts of energy that will experience the result. In some cases the car will swerve off the road, but in other cases the car will continue on its way to my sister’s dream house.
Christine had recently lost 100 pounds, and Ed had bought her a surprise pair of diamond earrings. It’s going to be hard to wait, but I know Christine is going to look fabulous in them the next time I see her.
Robert Lanza, MD is considered one of the leading scientists in the world. He is the author of “Biocentrism,” a book that lays out his theory of everything.
29 11 2009
16 11 2009
H1N1 or so called Swine Flu is not that serious, having significantly less impact than ordinary seasonal flu.
The vaccine however is an entirely different matter.
Those responsible for its’ manufacture have connections to governments across the industrial world who have granted them immunity from prosecution for all adverse reactions, including death.
The criteria defining a Level 6 Pandemic was revised in 2003 significantly lowering the benchmark.
Under the new definiton EVERY year since 1918 would have been a Level 6 Pandemic.
If you are someone coming to this for the first time DO NOT get your swine flu jab until you have done extensive research OUTSIDE the main stream media.
If you are or know someone who is a member of the police or security services, find out the facts fast
And if you are one of those criminals responsible for this assault, be warned.
“All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”
It seems likely this is an engineered pandemic deisigned to reap huge profits for the drug companies
The film shows that there are a great many awake and aware people who are not going to take this lying down.
Even if you are someone who beleives in vaccines generally, this one is very different. It has been
Reported numbers are that over half of all doctors and more than a third of nurses in the UK have said they will not be having it. Given that these figures are reported in the same main stream media which has thus far failed to report the criminal charges brought against vaccine maker, Baxter Inernational for distributing LIVE bird flu within Swine Flu “vaccine”, or the unfolding Pneumonic Plague’ disaster in Ukraine, its safe to assume these numbers are artificially low.
The level 6 pandemic declared by the World Health Organisation in June 2009 triggered clauses within UN treaties signed by ALL nations, to cede control to the WHO/UN in such an event.
06 10 2009
20 09 2009
12 09 2009
08 09 2009
Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark had passed away peacefully in her sleep on September 3, 2009. Tim Bolen reports that Dr Clark had died as a result of complications form a spinal cord injury that had plagued her for over five years. She was 82 years old.
Dr Clark was one of the most important health researcher and scientists of the past 50 years. In my opinion, she stands head and shoulders with the likes of Dr William Koch , Dr Joanna Budwig, or Dr Royal Raymond Rife. And not unlike Drs Koch, Rife, and Budwig, she was hounded, harassed, ridiculed, and tormented by the vested interests of orthodox medicine and Big Pharma who hated her for enlightening the public about the true genesis of disease conditions and making available to anyone who read her books, ridiculously inexpensive and easy-to-obtain Nature-based therapeutic recommendations-which more often than not - worked like gang busters to solve the problem.
She understood that the human body is a child of Nature and functions according to rules of Nature, and not those of mechanistic science. She played a leading role in waking up the world to understand the pivotal role that micro-parasites, toxic metals, and solvents played in the development of chronic disease conditions. Unlike the orthodoxy, who wishes to manage and “control” chronic conditions, Dr Clark was interested in CURING the disease-and that’s why they went after her with a vengeance. I took a brief look at her Wikipedia entry before penning this note and I see that the jackals of slander and misinformation gave no quarter or respite, even in the wake of her passing. I’ll expound at greater length in another article about the importance of Dr. Clark’s brilliant discoveries and address the upside down, groundless denunciations that incompetent, feckless shills for the Big Medicine continue to heap upon this saintly woman whose only desire in life was to aid and cure humanity of its diseases and infirmities
You can read the memorium notice posted from her publisher at this link:
and a video about her work at this link
30 07 2009
04 07 2009
24 03 2009
Recreating a battle from the French and Indian War of the mid-18th century, the first group simulated the tactics of the British Redcoats, disciplined and orderly , while the second group played the part of the French irregulars and their ragtag Indian allies.
“The lesson here,” Janzen explains as everybody begins to dry off, “is that sometimes a group of determined amateurs can outmaneuver the well-trained professionals.” Instead of sitting in class somewhere, these teenagers are fighting their own kind of insurgency, breaking free of public education and drawing more and more families into their ranks.
Once scattered and unstructured, the home-school movement has evolved into an elaborate network of alliances and partnerships, decentralized but well-funded — and tenaciously determined to remain independent of any state regulation.
In Oklahoma, by some estimates, the size of the home-school movement now overshadows the combined enrollments of all private schools put together.
With no government oversight, no taxpayer funding and no professional accreditation, they’re trying to out-school the schools.
13 03 2009
On Sunday the depth of the crisis and the level of social discontent in Madagascar directly affected a group of soldiers of the Army Corps of Personnel and Administrative and Technical Services who had been ordered to move against protestors on the streets. The soldiers refused to obey orders to fire on the people and repress anti-government demonstrators. Following this, they then declared they would not obey government orders either.
As one rebel soldier stated, “We no longer take orders from our hierarchy, we are following our hearts. We were trained to protect property and citizens, not to fire at people. We are with the people.”
13 03 2009
26 02 2009
Every square inch of available ground in Todmorden is being dug up and turned into a vegetable plot.
Red-ribbed chard decorates the kerbside of A646 to Halifax and fruit trees are thriving in dustbins in the backyards of artisans’ cottages. Even floral displays, which once helped the town take second place in Britain in Bloom in the small-town class, have given way to edible plants. Commuters passing through its tiny station are urged to bring scissors to crop herbs from planters on the platform.
Mary Clear, Todmorden’s community development worker and a founder of the “Incredible Edible Todmorden” project, said: “Why pay the supermarket £1 when you can have it fresh for free?”
20 02 2009
15 02 2009
Consider a world in which the air is clean, the water pure, and the landscape unmolested but replete with verdurous splendour. A world, bereft of the virulence of the malevolent gods, home to an enlightened people united in compassion and existing in cooperation; a global palace of abundance, of universal satiety and unfettered happiness. Such a paradise could only be possible in the absence of money. And the abolition of money could only be made possible in the absence of the toxic few that currently reside aloft the pyramidal power structure.
They are the puissant elite, the nefarious puppeteers of humanity. Money forms the strings they pull. Money is perhaps their greatest tool of manipulation; It is one of the most efficient and potent means of mass coercion and is a blight unto this earth.
A money-less society would be a society free from greed, corruption, complacency, and slavery. It would be a societal paradigm in which the life of no individual is wasted in monotony and no individual is irresistibly compelled into undertaking any immoral or anti-natural activity. The individual would embrace that which they love and be emancipated from the bondage and drudgery of commercialism and the immutable quest for pecuniary gain. With the eradication of the artificial paradigm of money would end the oppressive and aberrant plague of aeons.
It is testament to the stupidity of mankind, his manipulation, and his inexorable slavish penchant that money has been permitted for so long. Instead of maintaining an Eden, he has raped and pillaged the fruits of Mother Earth in money’s name thus creating destruction, infecundity and desolation. This world could be a paradise but instead it is a sewer; a cesspit where the paragon masters of toxicity reign supreme over their well-trained hordes of mephitic automatons.
Money is a greed catalyst and brutality amplifier. In the minds of men where thoughts of money would be absent morality, instead, would occupy the fore. The person who lusts for money is adversary to the person who lusts for harmony.
The actions of those held sway by their acquisitive desire for money are often vile and rarely compassionate. Money promotes egoism and is a strong encourager of the lust of one man to overtake his fellow man in power and control. Could anything be viler than that anomalous ambition of man to hold his compeers in conceited servitude? The desire for money is the desire for the capacity to dominate and sway others at will. Following an apocalypse, the rich man, being the only survivor, once he has emerged from his slave-built bunker, would find his pecuniary wealth to no longer hold value and thus would be forced to enter into the real world; the real world in which nature, alone, dictates where value is held, not the damaged and bastardised minds of the selfish and indolent. Money only has a perceived value and represents an artificial paradigm. Furthermore, the system of money is a brutal and hegemonic system which permits no other under threat of violence and death. The person wishing to live divorced from money must usually first be forced to use money as a means of exit, and such an exit would unlikely be absolute but certainly extremely limited.
05 02 2009
Health Minister Ann Keen has been taken to court over allegations that she failed to exercise her duty to help a war veteran clear his name after a miscarriage of justice 47 years ago.
John Taylor, 84, claims he wrote more than 100 letters to his MP asking her to help him get compensation for his wrongful conviction of stealing £17 in 1962 - a conviction which saw him serve three years in prison. The conviction came after three men brought a stolen safe to the flat where he was sleeping, but it was quashed in 1998.
Mr Taylor, who was badly wounded while fighting in Holland during the Second World War, alleges his MP failed to act beyond writing to the Justice Secretary Baroness Scotland about his case four years ago.
She denies the allegation, insisting she “repeatedly made representations” on Mr Taylor’s behalf and sent acknowledgements to his letters.
Legal experts say the case, which is being heard at Brentford County Court, is the first of an MP facing action for breaching their “duty of care” to a constituent.
While MPs have no statutory obligation to voters, the Commons code of conduct says they have a “general duty to act in the interests of the nation as a whole and a special duty to their constituents”.
And I am sure she won’t be the last to be sued. Sounds lke a great Campaign focus!
02 02 2009
29 01 2009
11 01 2009
Inspired by global economic developments, I’ve been thinking recently about doing without money. Not in a bad way. Oh no: I’m planning to do very well indeed without money – perhaps turn myself into Mr Big. And the method I intend to use, now that money has dried up everywhere, is . . . barter.
I realise it will not be easy. When I started doing this, I phoned the council to ask about settling my tax bill by barter, and an official said: “We allow direct debit, cash, cheque, credit card. But barter? It’s unheard of, sir.”
My accountant had warned me about this: only inheritance tax, he said, could be settled with goods, such as an oil painting. But I persisted, telling the man from the council that if I failed to pay my bill the council would send bailiffs to confiscate goods to the same value – a kind of forced barter after the fact.
What could I offer? A vast sackful of apples and other produce from my allotment, a selection of silk ties (rarely used), large piles of novels (good condition) and some amazing home-baked cakes.
He was unmoved. Perhaps I could work for the council instead – sweep the streets; paint a portrait of the mayor? “It’s a very ingenious proposal,” the official said, “but I don’t want to waste your time.”
I know what you’re thinking: barter is useless. But you may be mistaken. Because an astonishingly large proportion of the global trade in goods and services is barter-based, to protect traders against alarming currency fluctuations.
In one of the most famous examples, Pepsi took profits from Soviet Russia in the form of vodka. The largest barter of all time took place last year: China agreed to build massive infrastructure in the Democratic Republic of Congo in exchange for copper and cobalt supplies worth an estimated £6 billion. About the same time, Saudi Arabia and Iran agreed with Pakistan and Thailand, respectively, to swap oil for food.
11 01 2009
A Local Exchange Trading System (LETS) is a community-owned and run currency system based on a zero-sum model, as opposed to monetary systems in which the money-suppliers continuously add interest, thereby increasing the money supply. Each member’s account is usually set to start at zero; in order to trade on average half the accounts will be “in commitment” but with no interest being charged or earned at either end.
The zero-sum system enables members who engage in mutual exchange activities to record the value of that exchange, as a simultaneous plus and minus in each other’s accounts. Historically, some LETS groups keep manual ledgers, others use stand alone database systems to carry out these transactions. The next generation of networked community currency systems is changing the scene, immensely.
During Wsfii, a local currency was used to manage internal accounting between organisers, and provide attendees with food tokens redeemable in the local shops. The “Lime” (short for Limehouse in London, where Wsfii was held) was not a LETS system proper, but an Event Currency only usable within a discrete period of time. This seemed like excellent way of bootstrapping what could become a fully-developed local currency, because it established with local traders the idea that Limes are real, they equate to the mainstream currency, and they work for all. Once confidence is established, it becomes possible to take the currency “virtual”; so traders would not necessarily feel the need to cash out in sterling, but could keep a balance on their Limes account.
An ideal scenario: perhaps they need some help to serve behind the counter. They could connect to a local information portal and consult a directory to find someone willing to do this kind of work in exchange for Limes, which are redeemable in other local shops. This scenario may be some way into the future, but the Limes experience at Wsfii laid a good foundation for proving the concept could work.