In 2012, Google announced the most searched for term by humans on planet earth that year. There are over 2 Billion internet users, and those who used Google in 2012 made 1,873,910,000,000 (One trillion, eight hundred seventy-three billion, nine hundred and ten million) searches. 
For me, that’s an unfathomable number of searches.
Even more unfathomable, then, is Google’s revelation that the most searched for term that year was:
“What is Love?”
The human psyche has very deep archaic recesses where powerful dormant forces await to be awakened. The Collective Unconscious about which Swiss psychoanalyst Carl G. Jung spoke, is a powerful source of archaic, collectively inherited, psychic tendencies embedded in man and rooted into the very fabric of the Cosmos – Jung called them “Archetypes” – that, when channelled in specific directions may unleash the “psychic epidemics” he warned us about.
Towards the end of his long life, Jung feared that the uncontrolled unleashing of just such epidemics would represent the greatest danger facing mankind as the millennium drew to a close. Only three years before his death in 1961, he warned that “an archetype was stirring in a way that was characteristic for ‘the end of an era’,” and of the upheavals and great changes we can expect. In fact, on 30 May 1961 – just eight days before he died – Jung dictated to his daughter his last visions: “I see enormous stretches devastated, enormous stretches of the Earth. But thank God, not the whole planet.” And Jung made a drawing, with a caption under it that said, “The last 50 years of humanity.” That points exactly to our time…
When he spoke of “the end of an era” he was referring to psychic processes that play out very long-term – over thousands of years – thought to be “synchronistic” (i.e., a-causally linked) to the relative position of Earth, Sun and Stars. As the constellations of the Zodiac are “visited” by the Sun through a long-term process known in astronomy as the “precession of the equinoxes,” certain collective archetypes seem to “awaken” and remain active for thousands of years, whilst others until then active, fall dormant.
The Global Power Elites know this only too well and make good use of it, which might explain why Jung’s psychology is much less publicly talked about than the Elite’s favourite son, Sigmund Freud. Freud thought of the “subconscious” as basically a trash can of repressed personal traumas; Jung thought of the Unconscious as superior to the conscious mind and held that it was governed by inherited psychic tendencies. Freud thought his “laws” of psychology were universally valid; Jung believed every race or ethnic group had blatantly obvious psychological differences – as different as the physical appearance of the Caucasian, Semitic, Chinese and Negro peoples.1
Clearly, it’s high time we too wake up to the (not so) hidden signs being used to unleash “psychic tsunamis” on us, taking advantage of these unconscious energies, perhaps to even create self-fulfilling prophecies.
This paper actually goes under the name of “The Joy of Cooking?,” published online in Contexts. It was supported by a grant called Agriculture and Food Research Initiative from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. When families have been forced into life without cooking – it’s time for government intervention!
Basically, they were studying the relationship and gap presented in popular culture and the realities that people live with when it comes to feeding their children. The researchers interviewed 150 females in families with children between the ages of 2 and 8, as well as conducting observations of 12 of these families for a total of 250 hours.
From Dr. Sinikka Elliot:
We found that middle-class, working-class, and poor families faced some similar challenges. For example, mothers from all backgrounds reported difficulty in finding time to prepare meals that everyone in the family would be willing to eat.
In addition, middle-class mothers reported being torn between their desire to spend quality time with their children and the expectation that they needed to provide the children with a home-cooked meal. Middle-class mothers were concerned that they weren’t able to give their kids the best possible meals because they couldn’t afford to buy all organic foods.
On Thursday, scientists announced findings from a new study which shows the southwestern United States has a greater than 80 percent chance of at least a 10-year drought within the next century. Some areas, including Southern California, have a probability of more than 90 percent.
The study also finds a 20 to 50 percent chance of a megadrought lasting more than 35 years. The risk of a 50-year megadrought is 5 to 10 percent.
The study by Cornell University, University of Arizona and U.S. Geological Survey researchers will be published in the American Meteorological Society’s Journal of Climate. The authors found that other climate models underestimate the risk or persistent drought.
“For the southwestern U.S., I’m not optimistic about avoiding real megadroughts,” Toby Ault, Cornell assistant professor of earth and atmospheric sciences and lead author of the paper, said in a news release. “As we add greenhouse gases into the atmosphere – and we haven’t put the brakes on stopping this – we are weighting the dice for megadrought conditions.”
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, all of California is in a drought with 58.4 percent of the state in a D4 “exceptional drought” – the most severe category. Oregon, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma are also in a moderate to exceptional drought. Climatologists do not know how long the current drought will continue.
(If passed, would give local water rights to county as well as the first ever Rights of Nature to exist and flourish.)
If approved, this initiative measure would enact a community bill of rights for the county of Mendocino. The measure would establish the rights to: natural and chemical free communities and ecosystems, a clean environment, and self-government by the people, without manipulation and overwhelming influence from corporations. As a means of attaining these rights, the initiative would ban fracking and all related activity, imposing harsh criminal penalties for any violations.
The Community Rights Network of Mendocino County (CRNMC) is the group behind this initiative. The San Francisco-based organization Global Exchange, a group that assists communities in passing new laws that place the rights of residents over the interests of corporations, aided in organizing the initiative petition drive and in supporting the campaign for the measure.
Four sheriffs from rural Northern California and one from Oregon counties gathered Saturday in Ukiah where they railed against state and federal agencies, accusing them of overstepping their authority to the detriment of individual property rights and the economy.
“People are being regulated and permitted to death,” Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey said during the Support Rural America forum hosted by Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman at the Redwood Empire Fairgrounds.
The sheriffs blamed timber, water and fishing regulations for the economic woes suffered by some small rural counties.
The group also took issue with the country’s government being described as a democracy, which Del Norte County Sheriff Dean Wilson denounced as “mob rule.” The United States was founded as a republic not a democracy, he said.
California, with its ballot initiative process, comes closest to being a democracy, Wilson said.
“The United Nations is deliberately ignoring evidence of genetic damage caused by the Fukushima nuclear disaster, according to international scientists who point to signs of mutations in animals, birds and plants.
Members of the US-based Chernobyl and Fukushima research initiative have denounced a recent UN report on the 2011 disaster in Japan which, they say, fails to take proper account of symptoms as diverse as spotty cows, infertile butterflies, and monkeys with low blood cell counts. National and international agencies continue to behave as if ionizing radiation wasn’t that big a deal, as if they still operated in a world where radiation was officially measured in “sunshine units,” as if they still operated in the pre-1945 world where background radiation was stable or decreasing.
That world is gone.
Background radiation, the more or less inevitable level of exposure humans can expect, on average, is increasing – only slightly, to be sure, but also inexorably.”
In this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin features a special episode dedicated to the continuing impact of the 2010 BP oil spill, starting with the news that the oil company was found grossly negligent this week and may have to pay quadruple the amount of money in penalties to the government. BTS producer, Cody Snell, goes down to the Gulf to investigate the case of Jorey Danos, a BP oil spill cleanup worker who has been sick for the last five years due to his exposure to a toxic chemical oil dispersant known as Corexit.
Abby speaks with Wilma Subra, an award winning toxicologist, about the science behind the dispersant and why the EPA approved spraying nearly 2 million gallons of the substance on the water. Abby highlights the impact on the Gulf ecosystem and wildlife, highlighting the millions of fish, birds, and mammals that have died as a result of the spill. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with Clint Guidry, President of the Louisiana Shrimpers Association about the effect of the spill on the seafood industry and the continuing battle to receive claims from the company.
Fewer children starting school can speak in sentences, prompting an investigation by education chiefs.
Primary schools around the country have noted a decline in the spoken-language abilities of new entrants and the Ministry of Education will look into the reports.
School leaders and a specialist in linguistics suspect the problem could be caused by factors including children using gadgets too often and parents not talking to them enough.
(The Military/Industrial/Propaganda Complex has their own highly developed time/travel vehicles as well funded through off budget, dark budget and no budget accounting programs. We are so not alone but we are also fooled easily by human made spacecraft.)
Just as Edward Snowden made huge headlines (and still is) all over the world, William Binney did the same in 2001 when he resigned from the National Security Agency (NSA) after 9/11 and blew the lid on an NSA mass surveillance program.
He worked for the agency for more than thirty years, and was the leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold War. He’s had quite the run, starting in 2002 when he let the public know of a system (‘trailblazer’) intended to analyze data carried on communication networks (like the internet). He exposed the agencies eavesdropping program and has faced harassment from the FBI, NSA and more. He has been in and out of the court room ever since he decided to resign and blow the whistle.
Here is a quick Wiki write up about him, a simple Google search will confirm who he is for those who have never heard of him.
Binney was recently interviewed on 9/11 Free Fall Radio, where he said:
“We selectively ignore basic facts. What I mean by a basic fact is something that’s just there that needs to be addressed, even if they can’t explain it they should have said “we can’t explain this but it’s there” so they at least recognize that this basic fact existed. My problem is, just like the UFO thing, unless they start addressing these kinds of things, peoples observations or basic measurements or factual evidence that simply exists, unless they start addressing them there’s always going to be questions, especially now with the government, how much trust do you have with this government? They’ve been spying, putting whistle blowers in jail, torturing, and giving immunity to people who commit these kinds of crimes, how much trust can you put in a government like that? When you selectively ignore these kids of things…..”(source 10-12 minute mark)
This Veritas interview reveals Kim Carlsberg’s heartbreaking, horrific, bittersweet story of eight years of abductions by Grays who mined her DNA, bred human-Gray hybrids, implanted in her and then removed and incubated the fetuses, introduced her to her children, and kept them.
“The most traumatic experience of my life was being implanted with an alien species,” says Carlsberg. “Some [of the fetuses] were too frail to live. I may have five or six hybrid children. April and Aqua are mine for sure.”
Seemingly at peace with it all now and unusual in terms of near total conscious recall, Carlsberg includes 150 individual stories of contact accompanied by art work submitted by the experiencers sent to her from around the world, in her new contributor-illustrated book, The Art of Close Encounters.
The mid-west raised, California art school-educated Carlsberg is an accomplished photographer, author and businesswoman now living in Sedona, Arizona.
With a Jane Fonda-like voice and cadence, Carlsberg recounts visits to other planets; experiences in ships and underground; vast halls of tables upon which unconscious humans were being anatomically manipulated; of being submersed in liquid for transport to other planets; of dying and being brought back to life; of telepathic exchanges with “anorexic Pillsbury dough boys,” as she initially described the Grays, and of her relationship with her hybrid children.
“The grays have taken the best of each species and created these beautiful children. I’ve seen every combination [of the] different races on our planet.”
After her initial abduction, she was in her 20’s, she says, “Next thing, I woke up in my bed. My boyfriend had not moved. I lay there thinking, “What just happened?” Life as Carlsberg knew it, would never be the same. For the next eight years, she would experience repeated abductions. Carlsberg was determined to stay awake and aware during the incidents, to make sense of what was happening. “Then I learned how to make it stop.” Likely at the expense of never seeing her children again.
“They say it’s multi-generational” [this involvement with the Grays]. “I assume I’ve been manipulated, probably my Mom, too,” says Carlsberg. “They could be replacing us because we are destroying the planet. They could be trying to move here because they can’t sustain themselves, but I didn’t get that. They may be coming back in time to fix something in the DNA, or, they are geneticists, and they create species.”
Carlsberg detected plenty of individuality among the Grays. There were times when she knew them to be “full of joy and happiness.” Mostly they mask their feelings while around us, though. And so much of it was torture, plain and simple. “I was part of a pain threshold program,” Carlsberg says. “The bad room,” she recounts, is where “they tortured me until I died, and then they would bring me back. I don’t know why. To know what we can take?”
“Once after one of my surgeries — they destroyed my reproductive system — I was in bed resting, and one being came to me and said very lovingly, ‘You are us. We are all one.’ I had a nirvana experience. I felt at one with all beings. That’s why it’s so confusing.”
NO SUCH THING AS “AWAY”
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! They work for US.
Thompson states that giving a vaccine containing mercury to a pregnant woman is something he would never do.
About two weeks after he went missing, police announced an NIH scientist has been found dead in his car.
Martin John Rogers, 54, left his Gaithersburg home around 7:30 a.m. on Aug. 21 to go to work. As he was leaving, he told his wife of 25 years that he was going to a meeting — but his co-workers said he never showed up to work that morning.
“This is like a bad dream that you read about in the newspaper, and if you tried to pick someone that would wander off like this and disappear, you would never pick my husband,” said Kelley Rogers, Martin’s wife.
Martin Rogers had worked at the National Institutes of Health for 15 years and specialized in tropical diseases.
Police said surveillance video captured Martin checking into a hotel in La Valle, Maryland, looking “stressed out.”
In the context of the Anthrax letters being sent through the mail, any disappearance of any microbiologist under questionable circumstances should have set off alarm bells across the nation. but it didn’t. Professor Wiley was assumed to have committed suicide, end of story.
Then, more biologists started to die under suspicious circumstances.
The body count of infections disease experts continued to climb. Connections to weapons research began to surface.
Still the US Government acted as if nothing was amiss, as silent on the question of dead microbiologists as they are on the question of the Israeli spies and their connection to 9-11.
In fact, the official silence on the question of how so many top experts in infectious diseases could die in such a short time span is deafening.
WoW! What A Surprise Bonus to the Coalition ..and it has only cost 1/2 million lives so far.
Despite being one of the poorest nations in the world, Afghanistan may be sitting on one of the richest troves of minerals in the world, valued at nearly $1 trillion, according to U.S. scientists.
Oh Joy! Since computers are now 2-way, Big Bro will have your voice recognition patterns as well so that you can be ID’d by voice print technology which DARPA has had since well before 9/11 and was featured in James Bonds, ‘Diamonds are Forever”movie.
Via: MIT Technology Review:
A new line of mobile chips unveiled by Intel today makes it possible to wake up a laptop or tablet simply by saying “Hello, computer.” Once it has been awoken, the computer can operate as a voice-controlled virtual assistant. You might call out “Hello, computer, what is the weather forecast today?” while getting out of bed.
Tablets and lightweight laptops based on the new Core M line of chips will go on sale at the end of this year. They can constantly listen for voice instructions thanks to a component known as a digital signal processor core that’s dedicated to processing audio with high efficiency and minimal power use.
“It doesn’t matter what state the system will be in, it will be listening all the time,” says Ed Gamsaragan, an engineer at Intel. “You could be actively doing work or it could be in standby.”
It is possible to set any two- or three-word phrase to rouse a computer with a Core M chip. A device can also be trained to respond only to a specific voice. The voice-print feature isn’t accurate enough to replace a password, but it could prevent a device from being accidentally woken up, says Gamsaragan. If coupled with another biometric measure, such as webcam with facial recognition, however, a voice command could work as a security mechanism, he says.
Manufacturers will decide how to implement the voice features in Intel’s Core M chips in devices that will appear on shelves later this year.
What are people for?
This is the incredible fleet of robots helping to provide food for almost 1,000 patients at a new £430 million super hospital.
Southmead Hospital in Bristol has deployed a fleet of 12 automatic guided vehicles to deliver meals to its 950 patients. The droids, which start work at 10.15 every morning, are capable of opening doors, operating lifts and picking up food without any human assistance. After completing their rounds, the machines return to their charging stations until they are called upon again for the next meal.
In Guangzhou, China, the bosses brag that the robots make ideal employees:
Efficient, working 24-7, no need to talk, eat, or drink, and best of all, you don’t have to pay them. There are more benefits to having robots working for you. They don’t get hurt.
“The injury problems are solved, and efficiency is improved,” Sun Zhiqiang, president of Guangzhou Ruisong Technology, said.
At least 180,000 such industrial robots have already been deployed, many of which ended up in China.
Meanwhile, the Western world is working on…
Wait for it…
The “robot couch that can drive you to the fridge and back“! At last, the promised utopian future is here?
This, making your basic reclining lazyboy a bit of a thing of the past. The slacker-esque Australian engineers who came up with it have the cushioned mobile remote controlled and revved up to go some 9 miles an hour.
With home prices rising for three years in much of the country, and soaring at dizzying rates in a number of metro areas, the inevitable is happening: sales stalled. But prices have continued to rise, even as sales have deteriorated further. Something has to give. And it’s not going to be maxed-out American consumers. They’re not going to all suddenly inherit enough money to buy these mid-range homes that have moved beyond reach.