Friday, May 28, 2010

The power of water

Masaru Emoto has performed many studies on the power of water to visibly manifest human thought or intention. If you think about it, most religions and cultural traditions have some equivalent to "holy water." Mr. Emoto has conducted studies where he studied water that had been blessed or labeled with positive words had the ability to form beautiful crystals, but polluted, microwaved, or negatively labeled water did not have that ability. He photographed the results and published them in books like the Hidden Messages in Water. There are plenty of youtube clips online that try to reproduce the spirit of his results -- here's a neat one involving 30-day old cooked rice!

What I'm getting at is that thoughts and intentions manifest vibration, and water is an excellent carrier for these vibrations. This might be too esoteric for some to believe, but I know it to be a fact. Science shows us the brain emits electromagnetic waves. Is it much of a stretch to think these waves can affect how water crystallizes?

There's a reason people all over the world, of every different race and religion, bless their food. It actually makes the food healthier. People all over the world, from the Hindus of the Ganges to the Catholics at Lourdes, believe in the spiritual healing properties of water. Can we heal unhealthy water with our own thoughts and intentions? I think so. Here's a group from New Zealand doing a water blessing ceremony.

Anyway, here's what Mr. Emoto says about the recent oil "spill":

let’s give energy of love and gratitude to all the living creatures in Mexico Gulf by praying like this.

To whales, dolphins, pelicans, fishes, shellfishes, planktons, corals, algae and all creatures ion Gulf of Mexico

I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I love you.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Foreshadowed disaster

Well, this segment of the 2009 film Knowing is interesting ...

Kind of makes you of think of this March 2001 pilot TV episode (the Lone Gunman), doesn't it?

Monday, May 17, 2010

It's pretty stupid to sell out your intelligence ...

Erm, does anyone else see the folly of using private contractors to spy for the US military? This from the NY Times: U.S. Is Still Using Private Spy Ring, Despite Doubts

I'd say that's almost as dumb as using private companies to collect and count your votes for you (using non-transparent,proprietary software) if you want to have a true democracy. But I guess that's the mentality of the new United States, where our troops have been outnumbered by private contractors in both Afghanistan and Iraq.

Makes you wonder if we aren't losing control of our country, doesn't it?

Friday, May 14, 2010

Mind Control Theories and Techniques used by the Mass Media

Article from the Vigilant Citizen.

As one 9-11 blogger, Alison, commented:

"The more self awareness we each individually possess, the less we can be influenced and manipulated by this evil. Think for yourself and practice self awareness techniques that are appropriate for you."

Monday, May 10, 2010

No Justice, No Peace

It's been almost a decade since the world-changing events of 9-11. Over the years we have been shown time and again that the people in power at the time have lied repeatedly about things like weapons of mass destruction, yellowcake uranium and "Mission Accomplished." They have personally OK'd torture and signed bills and executive orders eviscerating our civil rights. Yet they themselves have never been held accountable, never had to testify under oath about what happened that day, despite some very suspicious actions:

Dick Cheney and Norman Mineta's testimony

Bush says he saw first plane hit the World Trade Center at Sarasota Photo Op

9-11-01: An interesting day for the President

Obama says we need to move forward. Does that mean we excuse the lies, the treasonous outing of undercover operatives for political gain, and simply not examine very suspicious behavior of the previous administration regarding the events of 9-11? Excuse me, crimes are, by their nature, always committed in the past. How can we move on where there is no justice for those who may have been hurt or killed by the previous administration's actions?

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Xenoglossy in the news

Croatian teenager wakes up from a coma speaking fluent GERMAN

Compare this to a story in 2007 when a Czech speedway rider hit his head and woke up speaking perfect English (which he barely knew).

I wonder about cases like this. Is it possible to acquire a whole new set of abilities that one never learned in this lifetime? What does that mean?

The people have lost control of their government

Is it true, as this article implies, that no one cares?

I have said on one of my radio commentaries that I consider there are two wrong turns the US has made that still threaten to destroy it:

1) the enthronement of corporations
2) the establishment of the Federal Reserve

As the aforementioned article says, we've pretty much privatized this country right out of our control. "Right now in Afghanistan there are 104,000 Department of Defense contractors alongside 68,000 U.S. troops." What does it mean when we've handed over our own defenses to privately owned companies (Xe, Kellogg, Brown & Root)? Our own election system (Diebold, ES&S)? Our own monetary system?

We end up with a system where profits are privatized and losses are socialized, i.e., when the economy is good the rich party hardy, and when the piper must be paid the working class foots the bill with their taxes (and the inevitable cuts in social programs).

This is disgusting. How much longer are we going to put up with this?

Monday, May 3, 2010

When false flags don't fly

Thanks to CasaZasa for bringing this video to my attention.