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    EDWARD LEEDSKALNIN

    Having read about this man, who didn't have much of an education what he did was phenomenal. I'm wondering if anyone has tried to recreate what he did.
  2. Not sure if you have already seen this, but just in case thought I would post it anyway. Not sure if this will come up. The words on the stones read A message consisting of a set of ten guidelines or principles is engraved on the Georgia Guidestones in eight different languages, one language on each face of the four large upright stones. Moving clockwise around the structure from due north, these languages are: English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian. 1 Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature. 2 Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity. 3 vUnite humanity with a living new language. 4 Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason. 5 Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts. 6 Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court. 7 Avoid petty laws and useless officials. 8 Balance personal rights with social duties. 9 Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite. 10 Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature. History In June 1979, an unknown person or persons under the pseudonym R.C. Christian hired Elberton Granite Finishing Company to build the structure.[3] One popular hypothesis is that the patron's pseudonym may be a tribute to the legendary 17th-century founder of Rosicrucianism, Christian Rosenkreuz.[3] This has been up since 1980. This is creepy.
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    Akashic Records

    I don't know how many of you think these are real, but I thought I would put down my experience. One night after being on a spiritual "chat room" where we were all discussing this subject as well as walkins this happened to me. I went to bed, and as normal I relaxed, evened my breathing out, concentrated on my breathing...form of meditating.( I wasn't in a good place at the time. IE life was too much) I woke up because of a sound, the next thing I know is I was watching my life in still photo's (35 mm ) being downloaded into me I couldn't move, all I could do was watch as images ran past me. I've searched for years to try and find out what it was, and I can't find it on the net. What I do know is, there are huge gaps in my memories. I can remember having bicycles for easter which we all (me and my brothers and sisters really wanted) but I can't remember ever riding that bike. I can't remember my father ever being there in my early years...only when I reached 14 and lder... I dont remember my brothers and sisters before I was 12? Don't get me wrong I can remember things that hapend when I was 3, but nothing then for years. They say you remember the bad and not the good....but I can't remember the bad or the good. I've tried and tried to recreate that night but I can't. This is just a synopsis of that night. Anyone got any ideas?
  4. Senior risk analyst at Barclays Capital says chances of military operation increased from 5-10% to 25-30% in past year The chance of a military strike on Iran has roughly tripled in the past year, the senior geopolitical risk analyst at Barclays Capital said on Thursday. New York-based analyst Helina Croft, writing in a note titled 'Blowback: Assessing the fallout from the Iranian sanctions', said even increased sanctions without an all-out military strike was increasing the risk of a spike in oil prices. We still contend that the risk of either an Israeli or US strike on the Iranian nuclear facilities remains low, but it has risen, in our view, from 5-10% last year to 25-30% now," Croft said. "In terms of supply-demand balances for the oil market, an oil embargo or sanctions on the Iranian central bank would essentially lead to a dislocation in trade flows, rather than lost outright production... However, the effect on oil prices could be significantly different." http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4159238,00.html
  5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDcZAF6iF5A#t=88 What do you think?
  6. http://postimg.org/my.php?gallery=2nkiaeq0e Got more but not sure how sensitive the pics are http://postimg.org/image/6zfp0yznx/ Does that one work?
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    US Central Command hacked and twitter?

    Thanks Unity xx
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    US Central Command hacked and twitter?

    They're on my computer as I saved them on there. I uploaded to photobucket, but can't upload them on here.
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    US Central Command hacked and twitter?

    http://s166.photobucket.com/user/Tricia7212/library/?sort=3&page=1
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    US Central Command hacked and twitter?

    How can I post a pic on here?
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    Akashic Records

    Got the book, downloaded it. going to load it onto my kindle then read it when it's peaceful here lol
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    Akashic Records

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    Akashic Records

    They weren't on the net. I searched on the net for answers. I can still see in my mind the pictures/photo's downloading...
  14. As an older parent myself, I think a lot of it's to do with more time to spend with the child/children. You make time as a young parent you don't/can't. I know if my little man asks a question he's answered to the best of my abilities. If i can't answer then the internet is at our fingertips to find the answer and of course all the different views of that question. I've always tried to make food from scratch, but I must admit when my other three were younger it was harder to do that, juggle a job and help them with homework. As well as running them here there and everywhere depending on what sport they were playing. So with my little man he understands more that making food from raw ingredients is better for him, (not saying the others didn't but it was just harder). Plus ther isn't a lot of junk food in this house and never has been.
  15. What WAS Nasa's experimental research plane doing at a US military base in Africa? Claims craft is being used to create high resolution 3D maps to fight terrorism WB-57 has previously created 3D terrain maps in Afghanistan Was spotted at a US military airstrip in eastern Africa a few weeks ago Government officials refuse to say what plane was being used for Claims it was creating maps for American commandos fighting groups like Somalia’s Al Shabab or Boko Haram in Nigeria One of Nasa's experimental research craft has been spotted on an African runway amid claims it is being used to create high resolution 3D maps to fight terrorism. Satellite images confirm the WB-57 aircraft was on an American military airstrip in eastern Africa a few weeks ago. However, officials have refused to reveal what it was doing there. <snip> 'I really can't give you any of the details,' Jim Alexander, a Nasa official with the WB-57 High Altitude Research Program, told ABC News. 'You know, the airplane was there, you see it in the picture. But I really can't tell you what it was for.' <snip> http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2859920/What-Nasa-s-experimental-research-plane-doing-military-base-Africa-Claims-craft-used-create-high-resolution-3D-maps-fight-terrorism.html
  16. Thanks Acolyte. Sorry haven't been around, but so much crap going on here at the moment. I've even pulled my son ot of the school system and am now home schooling. Still things can only get better
  17. An Esa experiment carried out by astronauts on the ISS has found the cosmos is less hostile to space travellers than expected. It had been thought that cosmic radiation may severely limit the time an astronaut can spend in space without seriously risking their life. Using a 'phantom' human covered in thousands of detectors, the research showed that levels of radiation had been significantly overestimated - and deep space travel could be fairly safe. The experiment involved placing a mannequin in direct exposure to cosmic radiation, twice inside the ISS and once outside in space. Known as Matroshka, the legless torso consists of 33 slices of 'human matter' each one inch (2.5cm) in thickness. This includes real human bones to simulated the shape and density of soft tissues and lungs in the human body. Inside the slices was measuring equipment to measure the amount of incoming radiation. <snip> Back in October a study claimed sending people to Mars may be impossible due to an increased radiation risk from cosmic rays when the sun is less active during the solar minimum. It's thought that a predicted decrease in solar activity, which occurs every 11 years, will raise the levels of radiation astronauts are subjected to from cosmic rays on a deep space mission. This will increase the risk of suffering sickness, cancer and more on lengthy trips to the red planet lasting about a year to levels beyond what is considered safe. The research, published in the journal Space Weather and led by Dr Nathan Schwadron of the University of New Hampshire, found that a 30-year-old astronaut can spend about one year in space before cosmic rays raises the radiation-risk beyond safe exposure limits. However, this new research by Esa could suggest the levels are safer than expected. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2860589/Is-deep-space-travel-dangerous-thought-Dummy-human-experiment-suggests-radiation-doses-safe.html
  18. 'That will be a tough day': Declassified JFK tapes reveal president's dread of fateful trip to Dallas Secret discussions about Vietnam War, Soviet relations and the race to space revealed Nearly 30 minutes still classified due to national security concerns Newly released tapes recorded by President John F. Kennedy reveal his feeling of foreboding just before his assassination. Speaking to an aide three days before he was shot dead in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963, JFK eerily comments on what would become the day of his funeral ‘Monday?,’ he says. ‘Well that's a tough day.’ ‘It's a hell of a day, Mr. President,’ a staffer replies. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is releasing the last 45 hours of more than 260 hours of privately recorded meetings, conversations and phone calls. They include discussions about the conflict in Vietnam, Soviet relations and the race to space, plans for the 1964 Democratic Convention and re-election strategy. There are also tender moments with his children. But some of the material captured on the cassettes is still deemed so sensitive to national security they have to remain classified. Kennedy kept the recordings a secret from his top aides. He made the last one two days before his death. <snip> http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2091000/JFK-tapes-paint-picture-presidents-final-hours.html#ixzz1kNsYOpUZ
  19. A tractor beam which can push and pull particles could be scaled up and used to control the flow of air pollution. <cut> Professor Wieslaw Krolikowski, from The Australian National University, said: "Demonstration of a large-scale laser beam like this is a kind of holy grail for laser physicists." The researchers believe the technique could be scaled up to move particles over larger distances, and potential uses for such a device could include controlling air pollution. <cut> The energy of the tractor beam's laser heats up the particles and the air around them, causing them to move. The team used gold-coated hollow glass particles to demonstrate the device. The system can also be reversed, meaning it can push as well as pull particles. The work is published in the journal Nature Photonics. http://news.sky.com/story/1356500/holy-grail-tractor-beam-may-control-pollution Just wondering what else they can use this for....
  20. When it comes to the future of computing, there is one major known and a principal unknown. The known, with almost guaranteed certainty, is that the next era of computing will be wearables. The unknown, with commensurate guaranteed uncertainty, is what these wearables will be and where on your body they will live. Apple and Samsung, for example, are betting on the wrist; Google, the face. A slew of tech companies believe clothing will simply become electronic. Yet there’s a whole new segment of start-ups that believe all of the above are destined for failure and that we humans will become the actual computers, or at least the place where the technology will reside. <cut> While these wearables raise novel privacy concerns, their advocates say there are numerous benefits. Attachable computers will be less expensive to make, provide greater accuracy because sensors will be closer to a person’s body (or even inside us) and offer the most utility, as something people won’t forget to wear. MC10, a company based in Cambridge, Mass., is testing attachable computers that look like small rectangular stickers, about the size of a piece of gum, and can include wireless antennas, temperature and heart-rate sensors and a tiny battery. “Our devices are not like wearables that are used today, where people wear them for a little bit and then throw them into a drawer,” said Scott Pomerantz, the chief executive of MC10. “Ours are always on you. We have the smallest, most flexible, stretchable, wearable computer, and you can collect all sorts of biometric data tied to your motion.” MC10 recently teamed up with John A. Rogers, a professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, who has been working for nearly a decade to perfect flexible devices that can be worn on the skin or implanted internally. <cut> http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/09/fashion/wearable-technology-that-feels-like-skin.html?_r=0
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    ENCOUNTERS WITH TALL BEINGS

    My youngest son has seen things, he just says they are like light. I see things out of the corner of my eye, but I always have. Plus anyone having wierd dreams of the planets. I once read about the moon being a soul catcher but how can it catch souls unless it exists in all dimensions, although I did dream about that. To me it seemed they only caught the souls of those who took their own lives. that was a really weird dream.
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    ENCOUNTERS WITH TALL BEINGS

    I meant my mothers brother not my nans had died at 4 am.
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    ENCOUNTERS WITH TALL BEINGS

    My mother passed away at 8am Sunday morning. She said things that only my father ever said. He passed over 20 years ago. She also asked for a beer she never ever drank but my dad did. when we asked her if she wanted a beer she answered you want another beer. I believe my dad was there meeting her. Her mother wasn't and I think that could be because her brother had died at 4 am that same morning. So if it is an alien craft then they either take the form of family, or family are with them.
  24. A pesticide is being blamed for killing around 50,000 bees found dead in a shopping centre car park in the US state of Oregon. They were discovered clustering under dozens of blooming European linden trees in Wilsonville, south-west of Portland. The state Department of Agriculture said that tests showed the deaths were "directly related to a pesticide application on linden trees" that was meant to control aphids. It is investigating whether the application of the pesticide Safari was against the law. Most of the dead insects were gold-and-black bumble bees, but honey bees and some ladybirds were also found. Safari is part of a family of pesticides called neonicotinoids that are considered acutely toxic to pollinators. <snip> http://news.sky.com/story/1106549/dead-bees-pesticide-kills-50000-in-car-park
  25. Symbols are a part of our daily lives but for most people they often go unseen. During our lives, at some point or another, every human being experiences an “a-ha” moment. That millisecond of conscious thought, in time and space, when someone realizes that the world is nothing like they thought it was. From that moment on, they start seeing the world in a whole new way. It is almost as if the proverbial rose-colored glasses simply fell to the ground and got stepped on, breaking the chains that bound this person to a certain set of beliefs which dictated how they saw the world. If you spend some time in the big city watching the hundreds of people mindlessly strolling along, you will realize that the majority of individuals tend to look downward towards the ground. This obviously has implications on how they see and interact with the world. <snip> “Occult” Simply Means “Hidden” The word occult has a negative connotation in most people’s perception of it, however it literally can be defined as “hidden.” Many occult messages are found in symbols discovered all throughout history whether it’s the famous illuminati symbol of the all seeing eye, old Egyptian symbols, as well as many religious symbols which can be found throughout architecture all over Europe in the Western world. Many times there are hidden meanings in symbols, which are only known by a few, while the masses are taught an entirely different re-presentation of a certain symbol. What is the true meaning of the capstone of a pyramid? What is the all Seeing Eye? Why are gargoyles prevalent in old world architecture? Does the cross have multiple meanings? Why are secret societies into the occult? Are there hidden powers in symbols? Jordan Maxwell -Basic Slideshow Presentation (Hidden Symbols) http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/the-hidden-world-found-in-symbols.html
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