Friday, 26 July 2013

POST 76

Greetings.  This Post could be well named a trip to the underworld and back, well at least the first couple of paragraphs.
Some have named Pluto following  a description from NASA.

 Pluto's newly discovered moons now have names. Known previously as P4 and P5, the International Astronomical Union has now given the fourth and fifth discovered moons of Pluto the namesKerberos and Styx. The small moons were discovered in 2011 and 2012 by the Hubble Space Telescope in preparation for the close passing of the New Horizons spacecraft by Pluto in 2015. Keberos is named for the many headed dog in Greek mythology that guards the entrance to the underworld, while Styx is named for the goddess who overlooks the mythological river that runs between the Earth and the underworld. Both monikers are related to the name of Pluto, who rules the mythical nether region. Because their reflectively is unknown, the size of each moon is quite uncertain -- but each is crudely estimated to be about 20 kilometers in diameter. The robotic New Horizons spacecraft is on schedule to pass by Pluto in 2015 and provide the first clear images of the dwarf planet and its companions.
To go into mythology and what little I know of astrology and its esoteric inferences, may I take the liberty to pontificate my view. I firmly believe we are in Armageddon and this to me implies not so much the end and destruction, punishment and a curse on this civilisation for its evil manifestations. 
No, to me it is the end of a natural cycle, and like puberty and adolescence the en masse population is suffering from an extreme dose of hormonal imbalance to say the least.
New Horizons Spacecraft
By now you probably guessed my reasons, the magnetic pole shift, the solar planetary climate change, ice drilling's and fossil evidence and a host of other things.  However, it is sort of symbolic to say the least that as the Horizons Craft visits the underworld so to speak
the underworld symbolised by the 'evil' boo hiss Bilderbugs the  so called 'elite', who are are in my view a bunch of hormonal old men and cranky women bullying their young children and grandchildren, the young smart rich educated into a monetary haven, and to get  them there at all costs. These are the smutty sticky fingered well laundered expensive aftershave thousand dollar suit guys who looked up girls dresses and masturbated at nights in their expensive boarding schools, and the young spoilt princesses who went to finishing school in Switzerland and later on wore expensive Christian Dior perfumery, while their parents 'took the waters' in Royale and Vichy.  ( My late Uncle Ben used to take the waters at a region near Royale-les Eaux ) and he was a 'character' and told me of these folk as he was one of the 'Set' at that time.  I lived with my Aunt Milly and him for a while as a youngster and was being groomed for the role as they did not have any children. They both died and this set me free and as Mum and I were poor we then went from pillar to post as described elsewhere in back posts.

If I seem harsh on the elite, the same takes place in fervent religious sects, we see a mirror image in these to the elite in their own way, both are extreme, adamant, and hell bent on preserving their way of Life. Many a strict cult or religion see women as the devils temptress, provoking men to evil lust filled thoughts, many masturbate and in some religions this is a sin because its pleasurable and lures one away from Godliness and also spills precious seed that could have been a child, cover up the wicked women, circumcise their pleasure centre, the clitoris, I find this repugnant and abhorrent, male circumcision at least has hygiene as its excuse and a religious connotation, put the fear of God into the act and they will do it, I have had the procedure and I am not sure whether it is beneficial or not, as for a covenant with God, I have this without my willy being snipped.  The number of rapes in the UK that are done by immigrants that have not seen women in short skirts, bare waists and plunging necklines, that expose cleavage has increased.  ( There was a quip when mini skirts first arrived on the scene 'when the mini skirts meets the plunging neckline that's when I want to be about' ---- and a mini skirt is a pelmet board for genitals {changed slang word to genitals}the days of flared trousers, hippies, beatniks and flower power).
Like adolescents we want to explore more, more thrills and I feel evolution is pushing us to grow up or we will all perish or at least a lot of us. Like a drug fuelled youngster in a stolen powerful car, careering wildly out of control. (footage on TV of police chasing these alcohol / glue sniffers / drug users or just plain show off to gang members to impress the 'top man' are all too common)

Young Offenders cleaning up graffiti. 
In Sweden they used to and maybe still have large boards in the town for those who wish to do graffiti. I do not know whether this reduced the incidences elsewhere? They tried this in the UK, it did not work as the youngsters involved said they liked the thrill of doing and the chase, the hunt and also climbing to almost inaccessible places to do it.  The dare, the challenge.
Many of these younsters are making a statement 'look at me, I am a real person, see what I can do' the elite so called 'look at us we can do anything, rule the world, tread on anybody, anywhere' 'cults and religions 'look at us we have God on our side, you wicked sinful people will be punished, we are powerful and God is on our side, we glory in his name', celebrities 'we are rich, powerful, adored by the plebs who make us rich, poor deluded people, I was once like you, no more, I have power, fame, adoration'

Many times we over react or compensate for the unease in adolescence, we try to impress those around us, we are programmed and brain washed, in awkward and broken childhood situations we feel unloved and so capture an outside manifestation, 
the world will love me if I become famous, rich, a leader and yes there are some of these who are benevolent and have a balanced altruism.  This mask is a cover up in many situations for lack of self esteem, so we might go over the top and obtain 'false esteem' through an outside mode of operation.
This merely can make us hollow on the inside and like a predator that is constantly hungry, look for the love we never got, or didn't find and when this is not forthcoming we feel depressed and that useless feeling in lack of self esteem haunts us and we seek ever more greater and greater distraction to fill the lonely gap, whilst a smiling exterior masks the pain and anguish inside.
I have experienced this, seen it in patients, friends, and in celebrities, the real problem is the DENIAL, and so we never own the true feeling, we give it away or repress it. This then leads to a constant running away, a trampling down deeper into the vault of the unconscious, and now again a trigger causes the pain to rear up from the depths, like a horror movie monster and catches  us unaware and quickly we move to bury it again.
 
So we have the naughty, naughty USA looking up the skirts of their friends, who admonish them for the same thing they have done. And Daddy Edward Snowden decided he couldn't tell his children lies any more. So now the naughty, naughty kids are getting their drone toys and are going to punish him.  Then they abuse the South Americans, who they have been spying on for years, robbing them of their minerals and now are crapping themselves for possible rebellion from the South. Oh boy how the web tightens.  The more you lie, cheat and broker power, one day the bird comes homes to roost, the trouble is she lays infertile eggs.
Yes a story about this: Many years back when I lived in Colindale I wrote to the local newspaper, the main ones, all the embassies in London and the head of Harrods(A posh up market store then owned by the famous Mohammed El Fayed  Mohamed Abdel Moneim Al-Fayed (Arabicمحمد عبد المنعم الفايد‎ Muḥammad ʿAbd al-Munʿim al-FāyidIPA: [mæˈħæmmæd ʕæbdelˈmenʕem elˈfæːjed]; born 27 January 1929 as Mohamed Abdel Moneim Fayed)[3] is an Egyptian business magnate. Amongst Fayed's business interests are ownership of the English Premiership football team Fulham Football ClubHôtel Ritz Paris and formerlyHarrods Department StoreKnightsbridge. Fayed has four siblings: Ali, Salah, Soaad and Safia. Fayed's first son, Dodi, from his first marriage to Samira Khashoggidied in a car crash in Paris along with Diana, Princess of Wales and driver Henri Paul on 31 August 1997. Fayed married Finnish socialite and former model Heini Wathén in 1985, with whom he had four children: Jasmine, Karim, Camilla and Omar. Fayed's wealth is estimated at $1.2 billion, making him the 993rd-richest person in the world.
This campaign was carried out with two friends in response to a 'expert review by experts at York University on Fluoride'

What the 'York Review' on the fluoridation of drinking water really found

Originally released : 28 October 2003
A statement from the Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD).
In 1999, the Department of Health commissioned CRD to conduct a systematic review into the efficacy and safety of the fluoridation of drinking water. The review specifically looked at the effects on dental caries/decay, social inequalities and any harmful effects. The review was published on the CRD Fluoridation Review website and in the BMJ in October 2000.
We are concerned about the continuing misinterpretations of the evidence and think it is important that decision makers are aware of what the review really found. As such, we urge interested parties to read the review conclusions in full.
We were unable to discover any reliable good-quality evidence in the fluoridation literature world-wide.
What evidence we found suggested that water fluoridation was likely to have a beneficial effect, but that the range could be anywhere from a substantial benefit to a slight disbenefit to children's teeth.
This beneficial effect comes at the expense of an increase in the prevalence of fluorosis (mottled teeth). The quality of this evidence was poor.
An association with water fluoride and other adverse effects such as cancer, bone fracture and Down's syndrome was not found. However, we felt that not enough was known because the quality of the evidence was poor.
The evidence about reducing inequalities in dental health was of poor quality, contradictory and unreliable.
Since the report was published in October 2000 there has been no other scientifically defensible review that would alter the findings of the York review. As emphasised in the report, only high-quality studies can fill in the gaps in knowledge about these and other aspects of fluoridation. Recourse to other evidence of a similar or lower level than that included in the York review, no matter how copious, cannot do this.
The full report is available via the CRD Fluoridation Review website. For more information, please contact Paul Wilson.
The review was done by dentists and not scientists, we submitted one thousand scientific reports and many of those from Europe who HAD BANNED THE USE OF FLUORIDE.
The only person to answer us was Mohamed El Fayed who agreed with us. The government bodies stated that there was no conclusive evidence and that THE EU had laid down safety margins of how much can be added to the water supply.  We mentioned that many countries in the EU had banned the substance and we just got the same reply.
At that time I wrote to the local newspaper and the reporter looked at the evidence and had a photograph of me drinking a glass of water much the same as above in black and white with just a small caption, the editor and reporter were fired because of pressure from the local council who were told by the government watchdog to do so.  The reporter never was employed anywhere else again as the editor.  I wrote to the 14 local water boards about this, and five scientists replied saying they were not in favour of fluoridation and agreed with my findings, they got the sack. 
I then submitted my evidence of the sacked scientists to the head of the council, he then agreed and said he would put it to the council for a vote.  He got fired and sent to another area.
Newspaper Reporter
Some years earlier say in the mid 70's I taught Judo, Kendo and Aikido in local schools around the area in Hendon where I lived at the time.  The local press came with a pretty young reporter and she asked if I would do a 'trick jump' if she pretended to throw me. I was in my Judo gi ( Judo Uniform).  When it was printed it said 'Judo Black belt  Geoff Freed teaches anyone to throw anyone anywhere in10 minutes.
The paper would not retract the comments, so I sued them and at the last minute before the court hearing they retracted the article and said it was a misprint and offered apologies. 
So you see they were at it in the 70's and even 2,500 years back and several thousands of years before that. Will it ever change, will transparency ever reach a world wide acceptance?  We shall see.  Let us hope a major calamity of world wide horrific implications does not happen in order TO WAKE US UP.
This urge to purge those not in agreement with us, to politicise everything, to be superior, dominate and be the dictator, the leader in a harmful way, to tyrannise, to rape nature, to shed blood of the innocent and worst of all to be in outright denial about it.   

My Goodness this is an amazing disclosure
PRETZELS
  • Using brain imaging, researchers confirm that highly processed carbohydrates stimulate brain regions involved in reward and cravings, promoting excess hunger
  • Previous research has demonstrated that refined sugar is more addictive than cocaine, giving you pleasure by triggering an innate process in your brain via dopamine and opioid signals
  • Food manufacturers have gotten savvy to the addictive nature of certain foods and tastes, including saltiness and sweetness, and have turned addictive taste into a science in and of itself
  • Refined carbohydrates like breakfast cereals, bagels, waffles, pretzels, and most other processed foods quickly break down to sugar, increasing your insulin levels, which eventually leads to insulin resistance
  • To protect your health, I advise spending 90 percent of your food budget on whole foods, and only 10 percent on processed foods
If you’re overweight and over 50, your doctor is likely to hand out a statin drug to lower your cholesterol levels, while urging you to exercise more.  What the doctor doesn’t realise is that the drug stops you getting fit from any physical activity.
Statins—and especially simvastatin, marketed as Zocor—block any positive effects that exercising might otherwise have, researchers have discovered.  
People who take the statin and start exercising as the doctor ordered will find their cardio-respiratory (heart and lung) and skeletal-muscle levels remain the same, even if they have been regularly exercising.
Researchers from the University of Missouri monitored a group of 37 individuals, aged between 25 and 59, who were overweight and had not exercised; of these, 18 had also started to take 40 mg of simvastatin daily.
They all followed the same exercise regime for three months, but those taking the statin saw almost no improvement in their health, while the non-statin group achieved a 10 per cent improvement in their cardio-respiratory fitness and a 13 per cent increase in their skeletal-muscle system.  In fact, those taking a statin saw a nearly 5 per cent drop in skeletal-muscle efficiency, despite exercising.
(Source: Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 2013; doi: 10.1016/j.jacc.2013.02.074)
Kidney stones are extremely painful—and they can be brought on by drinking sweetened colas and sodas, while people who usually drink tea, coffee or orange juice are far less likely to suffer from them. 
People who drink one or more sugar-sweetened drinks a day are 23 per cent more likely to develop kidney stones compared to someone who rarely, or never, drinks sodas and colas. 
Drinks such as tea, coffee and orange juice appear to have a protective effect, and people who regularly drink these beverages are far less likely to develop kidney stones, say researchers from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital who made the discovery after they analysed the health and lifestyles of 194,095 people for around eight years. 
(Source: Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 2013; doi: 10.2215/CJN.11661112).

COMPARE THIS WITH THE VIDEO ABOVE PRETZELS

Britain must be prepared to go to war if it wants to end the conflict in Syria and keep chemical weapons out of the hands of al Qaeda, the outgoing head of the armed forces has warned.
General Sir David Richards, who steps down today as Chief of the Defence Staff, said that if the West wanted to see an end to President Bashar al Assad's regime it would have to step in as in it did to end the Gaddafi regime in Libya.
He also warned that if the regime suddenly collapsed then Britain "would have to act" to prevent chemical weapons falling into the hands of terror groups.
His comment were backed by the Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, who said that no option was being taken off the table when it came to Syria.
The 61-year-old general said there was "a lack of international consensus" over how to act over Syria but a shared reluctance to see Western boots on the ground.
"If you wanted to have the material impact on the Syrian regime's calculations that some people seek, a no-fly zone per se is insufficient.
"You have to be able, as we did successfully in Libya, to hit ground targets.
"You have to establish a ground control zone. You have to take out their air defences. You also have to make sure they can't manoeuvre - which means you have to take out their tanks, and their armoured personnel carriers and all the other things that are actually doing the damage.
"If you want to have the material effect that people seek you have to be able to hit ground targets and so you would be going to war if that is what you want to do."
Mr Hammond responded by saying: "I think it's very unlikely that we would see boots on the ground (in Syria), but we must never take any of the options off the table."
Gen Richards also said that British forces could also be sent to the country to prevent chemical weapons falling into the wrong hands.
"The risk of terrorism is becoming more and more dominant in our strategic vision for what we might do in Syria.
"If that risk develops, we would almost certainly have to act to mitigate it and we are ready to do so. I think it is a very big question. If we saw chemical weapons proliferate as a result of what is happening in Syria then we would have to act."
He said in an interview with The Sun: "Some could characterise that, even though it might be for a limited period, as a war."
It comes after independent reviewer of terrorism laws David Anderson QC warned in a report that Syria is the new hotbed for terror.
He cautioned that it could soon become more significant for groups such as al Qaeda than Afghanistan and the lawless tribal areas of Pakistan.
And last week the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC), warned Syria's arsenal of chemical weapons could fall into the hands of al Qaeda militants if Mr Assad was toppled with potentially "catastrophic" consequences.
Tensions over Syria dominated the G8 gathering in Northern Ireland last month, which took place in the wake of an announcement by US President Barack Obama that the US was ready to arm the rebels despite Moscow's opposition.
Prime Minister David Cameron said Mr Assad had "blood on his hands" and insisted it was "unthinkable" the dictator could play any part in the nation's future.
The conflict, which is into its second year, has now claimed 100,000 lives, according to United Nations estimates.
General Richards steps down after a career of more than 40 years in the Army.
A leaked North Korean Video which depicts their view of the Western World
I would hope every school in the western world viewed this.
ALREADY the scheming con tricks of the government spin doctors are coming into play.
David Cameron hints at tax cuts, government spin doctor economists hint at growth in the economy, we should support arming the rebels in Syria. We saw from the POST 75 and the Question Time Video that arming the rebels will mean Russia giving more arms to Syria’s Assad.  The lessons of Iraq, Russia and the Taliban in the occupation, Afghanistan, the Israel and Palestine, can we ever learn a lesson?
This is political posturing, putting into the time frame (see David Icke in Post 75) already planting seeds for the next election.
In the Question Time debate, it is clear that an Independent Scotland would want to join the EU, and so many in the UK want out. 
What is better, The EU or the Bilderbugs under the Auspice of the Codex UN Monsanto, it’s all a ploy under various names and disguises for the one world dictatorship.
How long is it before people who read national newspapers, look at the news realise it is based on spin, lies and lack of transparency.
 At least RT.com their Radio, Videos and TV along with Al Jazera give a more unbiased view.  

The Mystery remains---who is this man?
Interview with Dr Herman Oberth NASA scientist 
                                    "We cannot take credit for our record 
                                   advancement in certain scientific fields,
                                 alone. We have been HELPED. And we
                                 have been helped by the people of
                                             OTHER WORLDS."
Take care dear readers and keep looking up. Geoff


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