Thursday 31 October 2013

POST 111

Ahoy, come aboard. Hope all is well and ship shape.
There is so much on giants and many older cultures that mention hybrids and giants.  Scroll down.  See Post 2, scroll down to insert marked 'cave explorer's find alien Mummy' and read on and many more in back posts in energygrid about my take on Adam and Eve which set Rabbi's and others alight and got me into heated debates, also about Moses, Aaron, the Ark and so on. .  Another view on Giants.
Very important to grow and build these communities
Please scroll down to the farm of the future and the following series of videos, so, important.
I just love pigs and this disgraceful treatment of them as depicted in this 2.30 min video disgusts me, again profit before compassion.
When is the best time to see auroras? Where is the est place to go? And how do you photograph them? These questions and more are answered in a new book, Northern Lights - a Guide, by Pal Brekke & Fredrik Broms.
Northern Lights - a Guide
CHANCE OF STORMS: Earth's magnetic field is about to receive a glancing blow from three CMEs observed leaving the Sun between Oct. 20th and 22nd. Forecasting models suggest that the three clouds merged en route to Earth, and their combined impact could trigger a polar geomagnetic storm on Oct. 24-25. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras
SOLAR FLARE! Solar activity is high. On October 24th at 00:30 UT, Earth-facing sunspot AR1877 erupted, producing a powerful M9-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the blast:
A flash of extreme UV radiation from the flare ionized Earth's upper atmosphere and created a brief HF radio blackout on the sunlit (Pacific) side of the planet. The blackout has since subsided. A CME might be en route to Earth, but we're still waiting on SOHO coronagraph data to confirm this possibility.
Meanwhile, more flares are in the offing. Two large sunspots, AR1875 and AR1877, have 'beta-gamma-delta' magnetic fields that harbor energy for strong eruptions. NOAA forecasters estimate a 40% chance of M-flares and a 5% chance of X-flaresduring the next 24 hours.
[Courtesy  Remember the biological effects as mentioned in back Posts and  and these effects can last for weeks.

Man with Stage 3 Colon Cancer Refuses Chemotherapy & Cures Himself with Vegan Diet

Dear Geoff
I would be grateful if you could help me.
In their attempt to defend themselves against the sustained attacks of Simon Singh and Sense about Science WDDTY have made some errors.
They have said that they have interviewed me -  I have never been interviewed by or behalf of WDDTY - as below:
"We interviewed – and simply quoted – a medical doctor called Dr Jayne Donegan, who had carried out her own research into the MMR, and concluded that a child with a strong immune system shouldn’t have the vaccine. This was the considered view of Dr Donegan, not us. We were simply quoting her.”
I would be very grateful if you would remove this paragraph from your very interesting blog, rather than WDDTY's having to post a retraction, which will make their situation worse.
Thank you for your help.
Yours Sincerely
Jayne Donegan
Dr Jayne LM Donegan
London NW4 1SH, UK
T/F 0044 (0)20 8632 1634
[email protected]

Surfer Fends Off Shark With Punches To Head

Yahoo News/KHON 2 - Surfer Jeff Horton said he 'thought he was going to die' during the shark attack. (KHON 2)
A surfer in Hawaii has survived being attacked by a shark after grabbing its fin and repeatedly punching the fish in the head.
Jeff Horton, 25, was surfing near Kilauea when a fin was spotted in the water.
Twenty minutes later, he was sitting on his surfboard with his legs dangling in the water when he spotted a dark shape approaching.
Initially he thought it was a stingray, but was forced to quickly pull his legs out of the water as the tiger shark bit into his surfboard.
The impact knocked Mr Horton off his board and on top of the shark.
Holding on to the shark with one hand, he repeatedly punched it as hard as he could.
He said: "I finally got one nice punch into the eye. I put some really good hits on it, for sure."
It was only after his knuckle jammed into the shark's eye that it spat out his surfboard and swam away.
Mr Horton was able to scramble back on to his board and, along with another surfer, paddled to the shore as the shark briefly followed behind them.
His 7ft board, which has a teeth imprint, will now be put up on his wall.

Yaya Toure’s dignified response after ‘very sad’ monkey taunts in Russia

Yaya Toure.
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was subjected to noises that sounded like monkey chanting as his side faced CSKA Moscow in Russia on Wednesday.
City have confirmed that they intend to submit an official complaint to UEFA over the alleged abuse, and a club official even spoke to the match delegate from the organisation after the match at the Arena Khimki with a written complaint to follow.
Toure spoke of his sadness over the matter at the end of the game after he appeared to point to referee Ovidiu Hategan to identify specific sections of the CSKA supporters who were allegedly abusing him.
The midfielder has been widely commended for his inspirational and dignified response to the incidents and in reporting what happened via social media and interviews.
The Ivory Coast international told Sky Sports: "It is quite disappointing when you're talking about people continuing to do that.
"It is unbelievable and very sad on my part.
"I think UEFA need to do something strong. It would be nice if we could stop that.
"Some of the songs today were quite stupid and I think UEFA has to do the work.
"Every time we say something it continues, something has to be done to stop it."
The papers were full of praise for the way that the City star reacted to the reported abuse and spoke with such 'strength' and 'class' after the match.
 This needs to be seriously addressed.  Yaya is a fine person and a magnificent footballer and athlete. A few ignorant fans can spoil sport in all areas. Please write to the football authorities and other sports authorities requesting them to take firm action over this awful abuse. Thank You. 
The new medicine: how light helps fight MS and infections
23 October 2013
Multiple sclerosis (MS), blindness and life-threatening infections are all being successfully treated with a new light therapy. Phototherapy, which uses near-infrared (NIR) and blue light, could one day be used to fight a range of degenerative diseases, including cancer, say researchers who are pioneering the therapy.
Thus far, the therapy has been tested out only on laboratory animals, but the results are so promising that it will be tested out on humans soon, say researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
The problem has been in getting the right wavelength at the right intensity and for the right period, but when it all comes together, the results are remarkable. In the latest study, the researchers have successfully treated early-stage symptoms of MS in rodents.
The success follows earlier studies where blindness has been reversed, and blue light has been used as a successful antibiotic against infections, even the life-threatening MRSA bug. Ageing and degenerative diseases such as cancer could all be helped by phototherapy, the researchers believe.
But right now medical regulators such as the US’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are sceptical, and classify phototherapy as an ‘alternative therapy’. To change that, the researchers are hoping to mount a major human study.
(Source: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Courtesy WDDTY.
 Drinking coffee halves risk of liver cancer
23 October 2013
Drinking coffee every day reduces your chances of developing liver cancer. Three cups a day halve the risk of HCC, or hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer.
HCC is the third most lethal form of cancer, but your chances of developing it can be reduced when you drink coffee, new research suggests. People who regularly drink coffee can reduce their risk by 40 per cent, but the risk drops to 50 per cent in those who drink three cups a day.
The link between coffee and liver cancer has already been noted, but researchers from Milan in Italy have included the very latest studies to confirm earlier findings. The finding adds to the growing health benefits of coffee. Earlier studies have shown it helps prevent diabetes and cirrhosis of the liver.
(Source: Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2013; 11: 1413). Courtesy WDDTY.
 Light has been tried many, many years back, I wrote an article in 1969 about light that was directed at skin lesions and cancers and also eye defects.  It was ignored and researchers attacked. I was savaged by scientist and doctors who yelled for  my scalp and wanted my degrees rescinded.
The beautiful Sombrero Galaxy. Oh Boy. The wonders of the Universe.  2 mins.
This 3 min video is set in Australia where they have reached the first step in gay marriage. Its a great shame that love is classified and not in the feeling realm.  There is a love that one can feel for all creation and those who dwell in it.  I did a workshop, the first in four years and this is from Middlesbrough.
Sunday 13th October 2013 - 'When Love Knocks on the Door' - Workshop with Geoff Freed from London
Starts at 10.00am - Finishes at 4.00pm - Cost is £ 15
There are many aspects of Love. The love of a child, a relative, friends, one's spouse, parents and pets. Many more can be named. Yet there is a love far beyond the intellect, logic or teaching. Love cannot be taught, it can be gained through Life's experiences, however, there is a rare love, gained through a special invitation in which grace opens the door and one knows this 'When Love Knocks At The door'. This day will look for the key to open the door and invite this special love in.
Geoff is full of exciting life changing things to share  and  marvel at !! Not to be missed. It is 4 years since Geoff was last with us (first workshop with us 1986 – and 4 workshops  a year until 2000 plus).
This is a one off special - not to be missed. {By the way £15.00 is not expensive there are other workshops that would charge from £150 to £250.00.  This £15.00 just about covered the hire fee of the hall and the train fare. At one time I was banned from doing workshops in London venues because I undercut the 'Big Names'.  Mind you in being fair about this I did have a Forensic job, whilst others did workshops for a living. The 'Big Names' write books and world tour and are front line. I preferred to be just a few steps down.  I still did Europe and Canada, some 639 workshops, 3,000 patients,436 plane flights, 350 train journies and drove 250,000 miles}
A brilliant article on vaccine's.  Highly commended.
8 mins Video

of Influenza and Common Vaccines
Latest Version
Haemophilus influenzae type b (PRP-T)
Dec 2005
Tetanus toxoid, reduced Diphtheria Toxoid, Acellular Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed
Jan 2009
Jun 2009
Measles (live, further attenuated)
Feb 2006
Hepatitis B Immune Globulin (human)
Mar 2004
Rabies Immune Globulin
Apr 1999
Tetanus Immune Globulin (human)
Mar 2004
Anthrax Vaccine Adsorbed
Jan 31 2003
Tetanus toxoid, reduced Diphtheria Toxoid, Acellular Pertussis Vaccine Adsorbed
June 2007
Hepatitis B,Haemophilus influenza type b
Aug 2004
Diphtheria, Tetanus, (acellular) Pertussis
Mar 2008
Tetanus, Diphtheria (adult formulation)
Dec 2005
Diphtheria, Tetanus (for pediatric use)
Dec 2005
Hepatitis B
Dec 2006
Jul 2009
Jul 2009
Jun 2009
Apr 2009
May 2009
Human Papillomavirus
Dec 2007
Hepatitis A
Mar 2008
Haemophilus influenzae type b (HbOC)
Jan 2007
Rabies Immune Globulin
Dec 2005
Rabies Vaccine (HDCV)
Dec 2005
Diphtheria, Tetanus, (acellular) Pertussis
Mar 2008
aka Swine Flu
Sep 2009
aka Swine Flu
Sep 2009
aka Swine Flu
Sep 2009
aka Swine Flu
Sep 2009
Polio (inactivated)
Dec 2005
Japanese Encephalitis
Sep 2007
Diphtheria and Tetanus Toxoids and Acellular Pertussis Adsorbed and Inactivated Poliovirus 
Jun 2008
Meningococcal (Groups A, C, Y and W-135), Diphtheria
Apr 2008
Meningococcus (polysaccharide) (Groups A,C, Y, W-135)
Oct 2007
Feb 2006
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (live)
Dec 2007
Mumps (live)
Sep 2002
Hepatitis B Immune Globulin
Jun 2003
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B and Poliovirus
Jun 2007
Haemophilus influenzae type b (PRP-OMP)
Jan 2001
Diphtheria, Haemophilus influenzaetype b
Jun 2008
Pneumococcal (polysaccharide)
Jan 2008
Pneumococcal 7-valent Conjugate Vaccine
Oct 2008
Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella
Feb 2008
Rabies (PCEC)
Apr 2004
Hepatitis B (recombinant)
Dec 2007
Rotavirus Vaccine, Live, Oral,
Oct 2008
Rotavirus Vaccine, Live, Oral, Pentavalent
Sep 2007
Tetanus, Diphtheria (adult formulation)
Jul 2005

TriHIBit for use as a booster only
Diphtheria, Tetanus, (acellular) Pertussis, Hib
Dec 2005
Diphtheria, Tetanus, (acellular) Pertussis
Dec 2003
Hepatitis A and B
Apr 2007
Aug 2004
Hepatitis A (inactivated)
Dec 2007
Varicella (live)
Feb 2007
Aug 2006
Yellow Fever
Feb 2008
Zostavax for age 60 years and older only
Varicella Zoster
Nov 2007
Source: Institute For Vaccine Safety
Common Vaccines

Chemicals in Vaccines

Avian flu
Chicken pox (varicella)
Flu (influenza)
Haemophilus influenzae B (HiB)
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B (HBV)
Human papillomavirus (HPV)
Japanese encephalitis
Lyme disease
Pertussis (whooping cough)
Q fever
Respiratory syncytial
Small pox
Typhoid fever
Viral hemorrhagic fever
Yellow fever

>2 - Phenoxyethanol
>2-(ethylmercurithio) benzoic acid
>Acetic acid
>Acid hydrolysate (casein)
>African green monkey kidney cells
>Aluminum adjuvant
>Aluminum hydroxide
>Aluminum hydroxyphosphate sulfate
>Aluminum oxide
>Aluminum phosphate
>Aluminum potassium sulfate
>Amino acids
>Aminoglycoside (antibiotic)
>Ammonium sulfate
>Amphotericin B
>Anhydrous disodium phosphate
>Arum triphyllum
>AS04C containing 3-O-desacyl-4- monophosphoryl lipid A
>Ascorbic acid
>Bacillus anthracis
>Benzethonium chloride
>Boric acid
>Bovine (cow) serum
>Calcium carbonate
>Calcium chloride
>Casamino acids (casein)
>Cephalin (antibiotic)
>Chick embryo cells
>Chinese hamster ovary cells
>Chlortetracycline hydrochloride
>Cholera virus
>Dehydrate sodium hydrogen phosphate
>Dibutyl phthalate
>Diethyl phthalate
>Diphtheria CRM197 protein
>Diphtheria formoltoxoid
>Diphtheria toxoid
>Disodium dehydrogenate phosphate
>Disodium edentate (EDTA)
>Disodium phosphate dehydrate
>Dog kidney cells
>Dulbecco's Modified Eagle Medium
>Egg protein
>Erythromycin (antibiotic)
>Ethylene glycol
>Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA)
>Fatty-acid ester-based antifoam
>Ferrum phosphoricum
>Filamentous hemagglutinin (FHA)
>Gentamicin Sulfate
>Glycol p-isooctylphenyl ether
>Haemophilus influenzae B
>Hemagglutinin culture flu viruses of type A(H1N1), A(H3N2)
>Hemin chloride
>Hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide
>Human albumin
>Human cell Line: PER C6
>Human diploid cells (WI-38)
>Human Diploid cells: MRC5 proteins
>Hydrochloric acid
>Hydrogen succinate
>Hydroxypropyl methycellulose phthalate
>Influenza A virus hemagglutinin
>Influenza B virus hemagglutinin
>Influenzae polysaccharides
>Iron oxide red ci77491
>Iron oxide yellow ci77492
>Isotonic phosphate buffered saline
>Isotonic saline
>Isotonic sodium chloride solution
>Kanamycin (antibiotic)
>L-histidine hydrochloride
>Lipoprotein OspA
>Liquid light paraffin
>M phosphate- buffered saline
>Magnesium chloride hexahydrate
>Magnesium stearate
>Magnesium sulfate
>Marcol 82 (R)
>Medium 199
>Meningococcal Group C oligosaccharide
>Meningococcal group C polysaccharide
>Meningococcal polysaccharide serogroup Y
>Meningococcal polysaccharides W135
>Mercurius solubilis
>Mineral oil
>Mineral salts
>Minimum Essential Medium
>Monopotassium glutamate
>Monopotassium phosphate
>Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
>Monosodium phosphate
>Montanide 80 (R)
>Mouse brain cells
>Neisseria meningitides OMPC
>Neomycin sulphate
>Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide
>Ovalbumin (egg)
>Pertussis toxin
>Pertussis Toxoid
>Phospholipids lecithin
>Pneumococcal Polysaccharide(s)
>Polyethylene glycol
>Polymyxin B
>Polyribosylribitol phosphate
>Polysorbate 20
>Polysorbate 80
>Potassium chloride
>Potassium dehydrogenate phosphate
>Potassium dihydrogen phosphate
>Potassium diphosphate
>Potassium glutamate
>Potassium monophosphate
>Potassium phosphate
>Potassium phosphate- monobasic
>Protein contaminants
>Protein hydrolysate
>Rabies antigen
>Rabies: Human Immunoglobulin Antibodies
>Recombinant HBsAg protein
>Saline solution
>Salmonella Typhi bacteria
>Sodium acetate
>Sodium bicarbonate
>Sodium Borate
>Sodium carbonate
>Sodium chloride
>Sodium citrate
>Sodium deoxycholate
>Sodium dihydrogen phosphate dehydrate
>Sodium EDTA
>Sodium hydrogen carbonate
>Sodium hydroxide
>Sodium phosphate
>Sodium phosphate- dibasic anhydrous
>Sodium phosphate-dibasic dodecahydrate
>Sodium phosphate-monobasic
>Sodium taurodeoxycholate
>Sodium tetraborate decahydrate
>Sorbitane mono-oleate
>Soy peptone
>Soy protein
>Stopper vial may contain dry latex rubber
>Succinic Acid
>Superficial glycoproteins (gemagglutinin and neyroamynidasa)
>Tetanus formoltoxoid
>Tetanus protein
>Tetanus toxin
>Tetanus toxoid
>Titanium dioxide
>Triton N101
>Triton X-100
>Vibrio polysaccharide antigen
>Virus: Coxiella burnetii organisms, killed
>Virus: Hepatitis A
>Virus: Hepatitis B
>Virus: Human papillomavirus (denatured) (HPV)
>Virus: Inactivated whole avian influenza
>Virus: Influenza
>Virus: Influenza virus antigens
>Virus: Japanese encephalitis (JE)
>Virus: Measles
>Virus: Mumps
>Virus: polio
>Virus: Rabies
>Virus: Respiratory Syncitial Virus (RSV)
>Virus: Rotavirus (live, attenuated)
>Virus: Rubella
>Virus: SV40
>Virus: Vaccinia (smallpox)
>Virus: Varicella (chickenpox)
>Virus: Yellow fever
>Xanthan gum
>Yeast extract

Happy Halloween from NASA.
Look me in the Eye.
Be Well.  Geoff

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