Wednesday 6 November 2013

POST 113

Hello and Welcome.  In the Universe, Space and the all in all Cosmos, many shapes in the nebulae, dust and star forming regions form familiar resemblances to animals, plants and so on, below is such.
B.33 The Horse head Nebula. 1 min. A zoom video.  
3 min video 'President Obama it's time for you to resign'
This is very serious  The statement in the video something like 'the United States is building 
its own internal army because it is afraid of its own citizens'.  Many countries will follow suit as the emancipation of peoples are being crippled, pad locked and imprisonment the only way or military action from Police trained as the military, a mass population rebellion is feared and the only way to control this is ti kill, maim, imprison a countries own citizens. Martial law will come in soon and the excuse to protect one from terrorist attacks, often done by the 'false flag ' agenda' Probably this 19 min video is the forerunner of things to come.
  • Research has linked fluoride in drinking water with sperm damage and other threats to your reproductive health
  • Fluoride may have damaging effects on the process by which sperm are attracted toward an egg (sperm chemotaxis), which plays a critical role in allowing fertilization to occur
  • Sixty animal studies have found that fluoride adversely impacts the male reproductive system
  • Clean pure water is a prerequisite for optimal health. Industrial chemicals, drugs and other toxic additives like fluoride really have no place in our water supplies
This report on cell / mobile phones is most, most important.
Its strange when I try to get a You Tube as above four it appears and is easy to post.  This link above is an appeal against the gagging law. I wonder whether You Tube gagged it and are afraid of their masters-----Fracking Monsanto Bilderbug Cameron----this is an honorary title given by the Order of Bum Kissers.

Why making the weight is boxing’s lethal secret

Saturated fats don’t cause heart disease—they help prevent it, leading specialist says
28 October 2013
Medicine has been getting it wrong for more than 40 years: saturated fats from foods such as dairy and red meat don’t cause heart disease, they help prevent it, a leading heart specialist has said this week. 
The real culprits are the trans fats found in processed and fast foods, bakery products and margarines, says Aseem Malhotra, cardiology specialist at
Croydon University Hospital in London. 
And although we’re told to cut down on the trans fats, we’re advised to do the same with saturated fats, and yet recent studies have shown these have a protective effect. The fats in dairy produce lower blood pressure and protect against diabetes, a precursor of heart disease. Red meat has a similar protective effect, but it’s the processed meats that cause the damage, possibly because they contain preservatives such as nitrates and sodium.
The 40-year mantra of lowering total cholesterol levels through reducing the amount of fat we consume has paradoxically increased our risk of cardiovascular disease, and put millions of people on powerful statins that they don’t need.
(Source: British Medical Journal, 2013; 347: f6340).
Just-in-case aspirin may do as much harm as good, say researchers
28 October 2013
Older people are advised to pop an aspirin a day as part of their health regime, but they aren’t being told that side effects are common, and include stroke and stomach bleeding.
The true benefits and risks of taking aspirin as a just-in-case remedy have been analysed by researchers at Warwick Medical School, who say that patients aren’t being told the true facts about the drug’s dangers.
Although the drug seems to have a protective effect against heart disease—possibly saving 33 lives per 100,000 people—it causes an extra 117 cases of intestinal bleeding, and 10 cases of stroke, per 100,000.
There is “an incredibly fine balance between the possible benefits and risks” of aspirin, says lead researcher Aileen Clarke. She says that doctors shouldn’t be such zealous advocates of aspirin until more research into the drug’s risks is carried out. (Source: University of Warwick website).
(both article from WDDTY--Thank you)
The Sorcerer's Stone and The Ark.  Phew!
An eight min video of a notorious comedian and a testy interviewer. I feel Russell Brand is on the right track and even Paxman  agreed on some points. Krisknamurti  said we need a revolution, not fighting and a bloody one, a revolution of the the mind,
I feel the revolution is imminent, there are so many wake up calls as Russell mentioned, these are but a few.  Mother Earth will revolt, as she feels the piercing and raping, the greed and the cries of the down trodden. 
To keep us down the 'bilderbugs' will cause a financial meltdown and their military monsters, the civil guards, police turned pugilists, will push down the so called 'unruly'. 
Yet here is the chance, the opportunity to rise, not in confrontation, but do a Ghandi, find the inner peace, go beyond the bully boys, learn to live on little, chew the food like Lama's many times so we need less, learn to ingest prana, keep oneself warm with meditation, there is a technique the Lama's use named g tum-mo. 

Meditation changes temperatures:
Mind controls body in extreme experiments
By William J. Cromie 
In a monastery in northern India, thinly clad Tibetan monks sat quietly in a room where the temperature was a chilly 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Using a yoga technique known as g Tum-mo, they entered a state of deep meditation. Other monks soaked 3-by-6-foot sheets in cold water (49 degrees) and placed them over the meditators' shoulders. For untrained people, such frigid wrappings would produce uncontrolled shivering.
If body temperatures continue to drop under these conditions, death can result. But it was not long before steam began rising from the sheets. As a result of body heat produced by the monks during meditation, the sheets dried in about an hour.
Attendants removed the sheets, then covered the meditators with a second chilled, wet wrapping. Each monk was required to dry three sheets over a period of several hours.
Why would anyone do this? Herbert Benson, who has been studying g Tum-mo for 20 years, answers that "Buddhists feel the reality we live in is not the ultimate one. There's another reality we can tap into that's unaffected by our emotions, by our everyday world. Buddhists believe this state of mind can be achieved by doing good for others and by meditation. The heat they generate during the process is just a by-product of g Tum-mo meditation."
Benson is an associate professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School and president of the Mind/Body Medical Institute at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He firmly believes that studying advanced forms of meditation "can uncover capacities that will help us to better treat stress-related illnesses."
Benson developed the "relaxation response," which he describes as "a physiological state opposite to stress." It is characterized by decreases in metabolism, breathing rate, heart rate, and blood pressure. He and others have amassed evidence that it can help those suffering from illnesses caused or exacerbated by stress. Benson and colleagues use it to treat anxiety, mild and moderate depression, high blood pressure, heartbeat irregularities, excessive anger, insomnia, and even infertility. His team also uses this type of simple meditation to calm those who have been traumatized by the deaths of others, or by diagnoses of cancer or other painful, life-threatening illnesses.
"More than 60 percent of visits to physicians in the United States are due to stress-related problems, most of which are poorly treated by drugs, surgery, or other medical procedures," Benson maintains.
The Mind/Body Medical Institute is now training people to use the relaxation response to help people working at Ground Zero in New York City, where two airplanes toppled the World Trade Center Towers last Sept. 11. Facilities have been set up at nearby St. Paul's Chapel to aid people still working on clearing wreckage and bodies. Anyone else who feels stressed by those terrible events can also obtain help at the chapel. "We are training the trainers who work there," Benson says.
The relaxation response involves repeating a word, sound, phrase, or short prayer while disregarding intrusive thoughts. "If such an easy-to-master practice can bring about the remarkable changes we observe," Benson notes. "I want to investigate what advanced forms of meditation can do to help the mind control physical processes once thought to be uncontrollable."
Breathtaking results
Some Westerners practice g Tum-mo, but it often takes years to reach states like those achieved by Buddhist monks. In trying to find groups he could study, Benson met Westerners who claimed to have mastered such advanced techniques, but who were, in his words, "fraudulent."
Benson decided that he needed to locate a religious setting, where advanced mediation is traditionally practiced. His opportunity came in 1979 when the Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibet, visited Harvard University. "His Holiness agreed to help me," recalls Benson. That visit was the beginning of a long friendship and several expeditions to northern India where many Tibetan monks live in exile.
During visits to remote monasteries in the 1980s, Benson and his team studied monks living in the Himalayan Mountains who could, by g Tum-mo meditation, raise the temperatures of their fingers and toes by as much as 17 degrees. It has yet to be determined how the monks are able to generate such heat.
The researchers also made measurements on practitioners of other forms of advanced meditation in Sikkim, India. They were astonished to find that these monks could lower their metabolism by 64 percent. "It was an astounding, breathtaking [no pun intended] result," Benson exclaims.
To put that decrease in perspective, metabolism, or oxygen consumption, drops only 10-15 percent in sleep and about 17 percent during simple meditation. Benson believes that such a capability could be useful for space travel. Travelers might use meditation to ease stress and oxygen consumption on long flights to other planets.
In 1985, the meditation team made a video of monks drying cold, wet sheets with body heat. They also documented monks spending a winter night on a rocky ledge 15,000 feet high in the Himalayas. The sleep-out took place in February on the night of the winter full moon when temperatures reached zero degrees F. Wearing only woolen or cotton shawls, the monks promptly fell asleep on the rocky ledge, They did not huddle together and the video shows no evidence of shivering. They slept until dawn then walked back to their monastery.
Overcoming obstacles
Working in isolated monasteries in the foothills of the Himalayas proved extremely difficult. Some religious leaders keep their meditative procedures a closely guarded secret. Medical measuring devices require electrical power and wall outlets are not always available. In addition, trying to meditate while strangers attempt to measure your rectal temperature is not something most monks are happy to do.
To avoid these problems, Instructor in Psychology Sara Lazar, a Benson colleague, used functional magnetic resonance imaging to scan the brains of meditators at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. The subjects were males, aged 22-45, who had practiced a form of advanced mediation called Kundalini daily for at least four years. In these experiments, the obstacles of cold and isolation were replaced by the difficulties of trying to meditate in a cramped, noisy machine. However, the results, published in the May 15, 2000, issue of the journal NeuroReport, turned out to be significant.
Courtesy for article and photo Harvard Gazette.
Herbert Benson, who developed a simple relaxation technique to reduce stress, enjoys a quiet moment at a placid stream near his office in Boston. He directs a study of advanced meditation to uncover capabilities that may help treat stress-related illnesses. (Staff photo by Kris Snibbe)
"Lazar found a marked decrease in blood flow to the entire brain," Benson explains. "At the same time, certain areas of the brain became more active, specifically those that control attention and autonomic functions like blood pressure and metabolism. In short, she showed the value of using this method to record changes in the brain's activity during meditation."
The biggest obstruction in further studies, whether in India or Boston, has always been money. Research proceeded slowly and intermittently until February 2001, when Benson's team received a $1.25 million grant from Loel Guinness, via the beer magnate's Kalpa Foundation, established to study extraordinary human capacities.
The funds enabled researchers to bring three monks experienced in g Tum-mo to a Guinness estate in Normandy, France, last July. The monks then practiced for 100 days to reach their full meditative capacity. An eye infection sidelined one of the monks, but the other two proved able to dry frigid, wet sheets while wearing sensors that recorded changes in heat production and metabolism.
Although the team obtained valuable data, Benson concludes that "the room was not cold enough to do the tests properly." His team will try again this coming winter with six monks. They will start practice in late summer and should be ready during the coldest part of winter.
Benson feels sure these attempts to understand advanced meditation will lead to better treatments for stress-related illnesses. "My hope," he says, "is that self-care will stand equal with medical drugs, surgery, and other therapies that are now used to alleviate mental and physical suffering. Along with nutrition and exercise, mind/body approaches can be part of self-care practices that could save millions of dollars annually in medical costs."

Meditation... Here the heart/May give a useful lesson to the head. - Cowpe
{The energy companies, food industry and medical profession may baulk at some of the above--no profit my boy! }
Truly Massive, Massive sink holes in the Earth.
Photograph by Songkran Weelapong  (Courtesy of National Geographic and Songkran Wheelapong) A wonderful setting for a bicycle race in Thailand. Thanks Songkran.

Look Me In The Eye 
Someone looked David Cameron in the eye.  Well Done.
Keep laughing and tread lightly.  Be Well.  Geoff.
Members and supporters of hacktivist collective Anonymous marked Guy Fawkes Day with a global ‘Million Mask March’ designed to protest against government corruption, corporate malfeasance and the expanding surveillance state.
The global action on November 5 is Anonymous’ annual commemoration of Guy Fawkes Day, a British holiday celebrated with fireworks and bonfires. Fawkes is remembered today as the most prominent member of the failed Gunpowder Plot, a 1605 attempt to assassinate King James I of England. The notorious plotter, and his facial likeness, in particular, has become a symbol for the fight against tyranny for the Anonymous hacking collective. 
Event organizers used social media to plan rallies and marches at more than 450 locations around the world. Hundreds of people turned out in each New York City, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and other US cities. 
A small number of protesters were arrested in Washington, the first coming before 10:00 am local time when a marchers stepped off the sidewalk and into the street. A focal point of the DC protest was the ongoing, invasive surveillance methods employed by the National Security Agency as well as lingering American inequality.  
The Washington rally began with a meet-up near the Washington Monument before marching up the street and dispersed after spending some time at the White House.
Interesting the Bilderbug /Murdoch / Monsanto Media hardly mentioned it.
Map of the Protest Venues.
ANONYMOUS HAS ISSUED A WARNING TO YOU TUBE WHO HAVE TAKEN DOWN MANY ANONYMOUS VIDEOS. IN THE LINK ABOVE YOU WILL SEE MANY MORE VIDEOS.  This is proof  that they, that is you tube are gutless and are not unbiased and lay their breasts open to be stabbed by GCHQ, NSA AND MURDOCH 
You have a duty to bring all news accept how to make dangerous weapons or acts against children that are indecent or filth.


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  2. Hello Kristina Thank you for your kind comments. I am resting at the moment. Thanks again. Geoff.


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