MESmeRiSe

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  1. >>1836621 TOGETHER. WWG1WGA! #WINNING Q One of the members (@Sedona) on the social-media platform OnStellar, emphasised on the picture above. Their article points out (pun-intended!) that... President Trump points to a man in a Q shirt at Trump rally in Deluth, MN and Q acknowledges in posts At Trumps rally in Deluth, MN Wednesday night the President pointed to a man wearing a "Q" shirt while he was walking onto the stage. A post was made referencing this by one of the "Anons". Later a few Q posts followed: "TOGETHER. WWG1WGA! #WINNING Q" <snip> the rest of the post is here: https://onstellar.com/blogs/58648/President-Trump-points-to-a-man-in-a-Q-shirt
  2. LOL, unity! When I was a youngster, I used to always wonder why the Emergency number was "000", because with the old-school dial telephone it would take aaages for zero to return back to its place before you could dial the next zero. I always thought "111" would have been more appropriate in an emergency situation!
  3. Slooooowly weaving CHANI back into my life, after much encouragement from members...  :-*

    Is anyone also checking out the new platform, OnStellar (https://onstellar.com/ )?

    1. breezy

      breezy

      Welcome back MESmeRiSe.   Nice to see you back on CHANI!     :hug:

    2. MESmeRiSe

      MESmeRiSe

      Thank you breezy & fellow Chanites!! :hug:I hope I can keep the momentum going this time!  As I navigate through life, I am sometimes reminded about the Chani entitiy or the BEZERK jellyfish.  I just wish more of the dialogue could have been revealed.  If anyone out there from the old Rubicon is reading this, then we are READY! :bump::)

    3. breezy

      breezy

      Yes, so many times I am and know others are too, reminded of both of those threads and the info contained. I'm sure there was info on both, that we never did quite figure out 100%.

  4. Hi breezy, and thanks for the welcome back! It's been a very long time since I was last here, indeed! Strange how things occur, though; I was filing away some unrelated documents yesterday and saw I had a folder called "Chani". I opened it up and found my old notes about the Chinese Briefcases, which I would have jotted down as it was all happening back in 2010. That date, 28th of February 2016, was one of the notes. In looking for a reference, I found it difficult to read the whole thread on this website, so I went back to the GLP source. You can find Acolyte's post on pg15, dated: 12/08/2010 12:29 AM URL: http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1219578/pg15#20940360 Since I was on GLP, I did a general search for 28th February 2016 and there were a few threads about a planetary alignment occurring on that date. Was that the astronomical event? If so, did it have an effect on anything? I wonder if we'll ever know!!!
  5. Just wondering if anyone has researched the 9th and final event that was scheduled for 28th February this year??
  6. Thanks to many years of continual advertising and message bombardment, most people believe that bleach kills mould (I will use Aussie spelling here). For the last 5 years (and after studying some microbiology at uni), I have been trying to inform my closest friends and family that this is not the case, but I get nothing but blank stares or a "yeah yeah" in response. Out of frustration, I'm going to post a little snippet here so that more people are aware of this and what to use for mould removal. As you probably know, mould is just another invader that causes havoc within the body when the immune system is run down. It is best to minimise mould contamination within your everyday dwelling; just don't use bleach! AND DON'T BELIEVE THE ADVERTISING! Taken from this site: http://mycologia.com.au/mythsaboutmould/ (I am so grateful for this website). MYTH # 1 BLEACH KILLS MOULD We all know how to get rid of mould in our house, right? Just pour some bleach on it and it goes away, until the next time that you need to pour bleach on it again. Most chemicals have been proven to be ineffective against mould in the long run. The widespread use of chemicals fails to correct the original reason why the mould grew there in the first place. It also introduces additional air pollution into the indoor air. Specifically, bleach has a high pH which makes it ineffective to kill mould. The mould detects the bleach as a chemical attack and defends itself with exo-enzymes and a good defending membrane. (My note: Basically, the mould creates an extra layer of protective 'skin' around itself). The exo-enzymes makes the chlorine compounds in the bleach inert which then the fungi uses it as a food source. So when we put bleach on mould we are actually feeding it. Visually it looks like the mould is disappearing because bleach “bleaches” which means it strips the melanin compounds out of the hyphal membrane (just like the melanin in our skin when we get a sun tan). Three weeks later the fungi hyphae recovers the melanin content and the mould becomes visible again so it was actually never gone. See our new Scientific research into why Bleach should be avoided and why it doesn't kill mould <snip> Mould Cleaning solutions only work in the right dilutions. The most effective cleaning solution that we have against mould so far is our favourite salad dressing - vinegar. This is claimed to be the most effective because it actually kills mould, but doesn't introduce a new chemical pollutant into the indoor air. Vinegar is even used by some European hospitals as one of their main disinfectants. A point of note is that only white fermented vinegar seems to work, as synthetic acetic acid does not appear to be effective. Diluted alcohol or methylated spirits is another effective mould killer, but there are a number of issues concerning its storage, handling, OHS, PPE, duty of care and its effects on some surfaces that make it difficult to recommend as a widespread mould killer. (My note: Once again, we see that natural substances out-win synthetically made. Can we ever beat nature?). <snip> Please visit the website for more good info: http://mycologia.com.au/mythsaboutmould/ and http://mycologia.com.au/dont-use-bleach/
  7. Amazing when life just goes "CHANGE" :)

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    2. triton

      triton

      Go Mes--must be the motorbike LOL

    3. MESmeRiSe

      MESmeRiSe

      Yes triton, I think you're right!! I have really learnt to "never say never"! ;)

    4. MESmeRiSe

      MESmeRiSe

      Thanks Aco :) Spent less time online in the past few months, but I have to let you know I haven't forgotten Chani nor all the great people here

  8. Hi guys, I have just made a successful payment for the $50 perk. The Launch Specials site seems to be working now: http://www.alternativenewsproject.org/?layout=specials
  9. Hi Bolly! Thanks for letting me know I think both Aco and Nex are super busy right now, so I will hang back for a while. Cheers, MES.
  10. Also be careful of 'phishing' emails. There's many emails going around that claim to be from PayPal when they're not. I've had a number of them show up in my inbox, and they are getting trickier to spot. Usually you can tell when they're phishing by them asking for personal details or to log-in to a website via a link they've provided. More about PayPal phishing here: https://www.paypal.com/au/webapps/mpp/phishing [botanic, not saying that yours was phishing, it could well have been a marketing tactic.]
  11. Hi NexusEd, I'm sorry to hear about the problems with PayPal I sent you a message on FB regarding one of the perks, but if you have a preferred email address, please let us know where to send our contributions. Also, you mentioned the 'ANP Volunteers' thread. I have had trouble finding this thread on Chani. Is it a restricted thread? Wishing you a good weekend. MES.
  12. No waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! You know Vegan BM Chef? That guy totally rocks! And for that other show - ha, more metal craziness! Day-to-day blah is becoming metalised - everything is metal.
  13. heh heh heh, unity!!!! \m/ \m/ We gotta jam one day!
  14. This one for the trolls... P.S. I would gladly be a guinea pig for some love-tinted glasses
  15. Ha ha, thanks for the advice triton I'll take a swig when I feel the need Oh, and I'm not going to ask how you rocked the van
  16. Thanks so much, Botanic! I was there for that Nexus presentation too. What a wonderful being, Dr Oldfield is. I was thinking of purchasing some of those camera filters, but I usually hang back and wait for others' feedback first Let someone else try before I buy. Looking at the pics, looks like you've got a black hole embedded in your lower back, where no light can escape I don't know what that would mean... Jest aside, I want to wish you all the best with the treatment plan.... Please keep us posted on how it goes.
  17. Talking about silver particles, I surprisingly found a packet of band-aids/plaster at the supermarket the other day, where the antibacterial component was none other than.... silver ions!! I nearly fell over. On the packet it says: Optimal infection protection... Silver is a natural antiseptic. The woundpad contains auxiliary silver ions that are continuously released during the healing process. Clinical studies show that silver kills harmful germs and reduces the risk of infection. Any wound additional wound treatment may reduce the antiseptic effect of silver and interfere with it. So there you go! Silver ions on band-aids... ...and Bryan, thank you for the recipe Someone gave me a bottle of home-made colloidal silver, but I never knew how much to take. What dosage do you take and do you know if the liquid will oxidise or go off within a certain time-frame?
  18. Hi Botanic, You mentioned in the shoutbox that you bought Harry's filter, but the images turned out crappy. Would you be happy to tell us a bit more about your experiences with the filter that you bought? I am very interested to hear about them. Thank you, Mes.
  19. Ebola virus victim to be treated in Norway Published: 06 Oct 2014 22:09 GMT+02:00 Updated: 06 Oct 2014 22:09 GMT+02:00 A Norwegian woman, diagnosed with the Ebola virus while working for a charity organisation out in Sierra Leone, will be treated in Oslo, it was confirmed on Monday. The woman, who was working for Médecins Sans Frontières, fell ill at the weekend and was placed in isolation on Sunday. On Monday she was confirmed as having contracted Ebola. <snip> The woman will be flown back to Norway where Norwegian health authorities will take over her treatment. Kaltenborn said: “We are sure that our colleague will receive the best treatment available. We have kept in touch with our colleague and her family. We will continue to give them all the support we can give.” Prime Minister Erna Solberg was quick to react and dispel public fears about a possible Ebola outbreak in Norway. "The reason this disease spreads so quickly throughout West Africa is because these are countries without infrastructure and without good health services. Here in Norway we can handle this quickly," assured Solberg. <snip> Link to full article: http://www.thelocal.no/20141006/ebola-victim-to-be-treated-in-norway
  20. If that's the case, BlueET, then I'm all for it. I've always believed that plants are the biggest solution in evolving human health to another level way beyond what was ever capable in the past. Unfortunately, my human self looks at the diminishing quality of the soils and thinks, oh boy, we have a long way to go yet... I sure hope those guys can speed up the process! I really want to see iodine and mineral rich soils! Thanks Botanic. I wasn't sure whether the Nicotiana plants were now used in full-scale production of novel compounds. Very interesting what you wrote about bioprospecting too. These pharmas have massive databases on all the compounds they collect and try to find a perfect match for whatever treatment they're looking for. Once found, they'll then alter the compound so it becomes 'novel' and patent it... That's probably why it doesn't work as efficiently as it could have, like you say....making more money from lifetime applications *sigh*. No worries Salustra Perhaps Nicotiana benthamiana has other qualities, that haven't been reported, which can help with the treatment of viral infections. Who knows? I hope that's the case. Plants are our saviours. I just didn't want you to think that by smoking tobacco, that you would get the benefits of the antibodies that the article mentions. Let's just say that hypothetically, the plant produces these antibodies naturally (which they don't). Antibodies are protein structures. As soon as a flame hits it, it would cook and denature the protein, thus rendering it useless. A bit like throwing a piece of steak onto the BBQ.
  21. Hi guys, I wasn't going to say anything about this, but this has been nagging me for a couple of days Also, I had to do some quick revision first about vaccine production, before I posted anything... The quote above does not mean that Nicotiana plants have naturally occurring monoclonal antibodies. As far as science knows, plants do not have antibodies as part of their immune system. Antibodies are very specific to vertebrates. What the quote is referring to, is that Nicotiana plants are utilised to produce human monoclonal antibodies. These are transgenic plants - (genetically engineered and designed for this specific purpose) - for the large-scale production of antibodies for vaccines. As far as I know, the use of plants is still in experimental phase. Normally they use transgenic mice for this purpose (poor mice!). In my very quick research, the Nicotiana plant has also been utilised to produce a treatment for the West Nice virus: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20133644 I also downloaded a PDF entitled: 'Production of antibodies in plants and their use for global health'. If anyone is interested, I will post it here for reference material (it's a bit heavy going). Fischer_2003_Vaccine.pdf
  22. Hi guys, Since I resurrected this 2011 thread, I feel the need to justify why I posted the article I did. The comments afterwards have totally thrown me, as I can't seem to relate them to the subject matter. I mean, I really enjoy reading comments here on Chani (that's why I'm here!), but this has left me scratching my head, with a "huh?" First of all, the article posted was purely an observation between the North American forest fires (there is a thread on Chani) and its effect on some of the ice sheets in Greenland. Not once did the author mention global climate change or global warming. I made sure of that. Secondly, the way I see it, this thread is no different to other threads where we maintain a record of observations: Wild Fires: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/3524-wild-fires/page-3?hl=+forest%20+fires Earthquakes and Earthshakes: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/7000-earthquakes-and-earthshakes/ Ebola: A Record: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/7414-ebola-a-record/page-11#entry81656 Tornados, Tropical Storms, Typhoons, Hurricanes: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/2872-tornados-tropical-storms-typhoons-hurricanes/ Record Rainfall and Floods: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/2870-record-rainfall-and-floods/page-6#entry81523 Planes, Trains, Automobiles & Cruise Liner Difficulties: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/5872-planes-trains-automobiles-cruise-liner-difficulties/ As far as I can see, all these threads are a record of changes, and sometimes death is part of that equation too. T, I hope you didn't think that I posted this to increase the fear. That was not my intention. I just want to increase knowledge-base, just like everyone else here (I hope). Whether one chooses to attach emotion to observations, is purely the individuals choice. - Mes.
  23. Hi P's, I haven't listened to the presentation that you posted (yet), but I was watching a different Simon Parkes vid last night where he talked briefly about 2016 during question time. (Video was posted by kerbie here: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/6676-simon-parkes-interview/?p=69197) I will transcribe his very brief statement below for our records. When he mentions "they", I think he's referring to tptb. At 1:56:57 : "2016 is the last point that they have to make a decision. 2016 ....they have a portal. They’re not receiving any reinforcements, for want of a better word at the moment. People will say the Reptilians have all gone. No they haven’t.....because if they’ve all gone.... you’d actually be a lot more freer than you are. ...But the time scale is 2016. Big changes by then."
  24. Hi Nex, Were you referring to anything in particular, or were you just making a statement? - Mes.
  25. This is in connection with the 'Wild Fires' thread: http://forums.thechaniproject.com/topic/3524-wild-fires/page-3?hl=+forest%20+fires American forest fires are melting the ice on Greenland October 3, 2014 - 06:23 By: Kristian Sjøgren Forest fires are covering the ice sheets with black particles that make the ice melt faster. This year there were more forest fires in the northern hemisphere than any other year for the past decade and that’s spelling problems for the ice sheet on Greenland. That’s the conclusion of a new study by Professor Jason Box from the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland. The fires mostly take place in uninhabited areas of North America, but they have become a global problem because carbon particles from the fires are spread across the globe by the wind. A large part of these particles end up on the ice sheet on Greenland. This darkens the top layer of the ice which means the heat from the sun is absorbed instead of being reflected, causing the ice to melt even faster. "The dark ice has a major influence on how quickly the ice sheet melts," says Box. He used satellite data to determine the amount and extent of forest fires in 2014 and measured how much the ice sheet has lost its ability to reflect the sun's light. The ice is darker than ever The graph shows the intensity of forest fires over the past 14 years. 2014 is at the top of the list with the highst energi-output since 2000. The consequence may well be that more carbon particles will rain on the ice sheet than in the previous years. (Illustration: Jason Box) <snip> more here: http://sciencenordic.com/american-forest-fires-are-melting-ice-greenland?utm_source=ScienceNordic.com+Newsletter&utm_campaign=da10391e35-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3bb7f89ffc-da10391e35-239696057