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Marco Polo's influence on the Great Wall of China ..


Chinoook says, it is extraordinarily obvious these structures have been built by Masons, Martians or both .. coming from Hungary.
Yeah Maybe ..


Marco Polo spent 17 years at the court of Kublai Khan, aka the Great Khan, after his father and uncle Maffeo and Niccilo Polo first entered his court in 1266, he sent them back to Italy with the commission they return with "one hundred learned men," Marco went with them on their return trip in 1271, meeting with the Khan in 1274.


The Beacon Tower which has the same Roman eaves we see below, and the ruins at San Miniato in Tuscany have identical brickwork!


The Tower at Huánghuchéng Great Wall at left, many thanks to Brian @, and the Fuente el Saz de Jarama - Hermitage of Solitude, in Madrid, Spain, have identical brick eaves .. sure European architects designed and built the Ming Wall!


We will say the learned men that accompanied the Polos were the wall engineers .. triform arches and identical stonework at the Roman Ruins at Dougga, in Tunisia, indicate Italian architects and draughtsmen designed the Great Wall towers, suggesting the Polos sold the concept of brick walls and stone towers to the Khan..


The same way modern arms dealers sell squadrons of fighter jets, or battleships and submarines .. the Wall engineers copied and endlessly repeated the Tuscan thence Roman motif, of a large arch adjacent to small arch and sheer brickwork, seen in the Colonne di San Lorenzo in Milano, and right along the full length of the Ming Wall, reinforcing the Italian connection!

They cracked this 250 year-old code, and found a secret society inside

The master wears an amulet with a blue eye in the center. Before him, a candidate kneels in the candlelit room, surrounded by microscopes and surgical implements. The year is roughly 1746. The initiation has begun.

The master places a piece of paper in front of the candidate and orders him to put on a pair of eyeglasses. "Read," the master commands. The candidate squints, but it's an impossible task. The page is blank.

The candidate is told not to panic; there is hope for his vision to improve. The master wipes the candidate's eyes with a cloth and orders preparation for the surgery to commence. He selects a pair of tweezers from the table. The other members in attendance raise their candles.

The master starts plucking hairs from the candidate's eyebrow. This is a ritualistic procedure; no flesh is cut. But these are "symbolic actions out of which none are without meaning," the master assures the candidate. The candidate places his hand on the master's amulet. Try reading again, the master says, replacing the first page with another. This page is filled with handwritten text. Congratulations, brother, the members say. Now you can see.

For more than 260 years, the contents of that page - and the details of this ritual - remained a secret. They were hidden in a coded manuscript, one of thousands produced by secret societies in the 18th and 19th centuries. At the peak of their power, these clandestine organizations, most notably the Freemasons, had hundreds of thousands of adherents, from colonial New York to imperial St. Petersburg. Dismissed today as fodder for conspiracy theorists and History Channel specials, they once served an important purpose: Their lodges were safe houses where freethinkers could explore everything from the laws of physics to the rights of man to the nature of God, all hidden from the oppressive, authoritarian eyes of church and state. But largely because they were so secretive, little is known about most of these organizations.

Membership in all but the biggest died out over a century ago, and many of their encrypted texts have remained uncracked, dismissed by historians as impenetrable novelties.

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Lost civilization unearthed in Indonesia

Ancient Balinese history was not uppermost in Ida Rsi Bhujannga's life until plans to build a septic tank at his home turned into an archeological discovery that has scientists bewitched.

The elderly high priest says he is now fascinated by his community's history, which the rare find of dozens of massive stones has uncovered. These meter-long stones are believed to be from a 14th century temple complex that may have been the largest ever constructed on the Island of the Gods.

"I have become very interested in archeology since this was found, because we must know our history here in Bali. As a priest I need to know about this history so I can teach people," said Bhujannga.

He is speaking of ruins of a Hindu temple unearthed recently during excavations into rice fields to extend his home in Penatih village, Denpasar. Workers struck the huge mudstone foundations of the temple at just 70 centimeters below the surface, and in doing so have altered the Denpasar history books.

Head of Bali's Archeology Unit, Made Geria, says the discovery is unique due to the scale of the stones used in the ancient temple's foundations and their location.

"It is extremely rare to find a structure like this here - it is unique for Denpasar. The structure dates back to the Bali Kuno period, so it predates the Majapahit period in Bali. Technologically it is also rare. Moving the stones into position means the traditional gotong royong [working together] must have been used. Each stone needs six men to lift and move," says Geria via phone.The extent of the site is still unknown. Current excavations show the Hindu temple extending around 100 meters running north-south. In one section alone are dozens of the massive foundation stones intersected with the remains of thick red brick walls, similar to those seen in Java's Hindu temples that also date back centuries.

The discovery of the ruins was first reported to the archeology unit by Chandra Kirawan, who also lives within the compound where the huge foundations were found.

"This area was a rice field and we wanted to put in a septic tank and over the back a water tower. This was about three months ago. The workers hit the stones when they were digging for the septic tank and they were shocked," says Chandra, adding he was curious what these giant stones could mean.

"We all thought there were just a few stones and the workers thought they were lucky they had found something so they pulled up some of the stones. Then we realized there were a lot of these big stones, so I immediately reported the find to the archeology department," says Chandra.

Recognizing the find was rare in Denpasar; the archeology team was on site in less than 24 hours to undertake a preliminary dig establishing the scale of the 700-year-old foundations. Building plans for the family's septic tank and water tower have been put on hold, perhaps permanently, with this discovery of what is thought to be Bali's largest ancient temple complex.

"Having this discovery on our property makes me feel really proud and happy, because it is not something you would ever expect. I have lived here all my life and I never knew what history was under my feet. It was just a rice field," says Chandra, who with his family currently guards the ruins in their backyard while welcoming visitors to the site.

Assange's Book

Monday 26 November 2012
WikiLeaks founder's Cypherpunks warns tool he relies on and used to make his name is 'global surveillance industry' target

Julian Assange's new book is not a manifesto, he writes in its introduction – "There is no time for that". Instead the short volume, entitled Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet and published on Monday, is intended to be what the Wikileaks founder calls "a watchman's shout in the night", warning of an imminent threat to all civilisation from "the most dangerous facilitator of totalitarianism we have ever seen" – the web.
Assange announced in October his intention to publish the book, based largely on the transcript of an interview conducted earlier in the year with three fellow "cutting-edge thinkers" on the web, and broadcast on the Russian state-controlled TV channel RT.
But in his introduction, written from the small room in the Ecuadorean embassy in London to which he has been confined for more than five months, the Australian has described for the first time how he views the context for its publication.
It is not an upbeat assessment: thanks to the "global surveillance industry" and states that seek to control the net, he writes, "within a few years, global civilisation will be a postmodern surveillance dystopia, from which escape for all but the most skilled individuals will be impossible. In fact, we may already be there."
Assange sought political asylum from Ecuador on 19 June in order to avoid imminent extradition to Sweden, where he is wanted for questioning in connection with alleged sex offences, including rape.
He has said that he fears onward extradition to the US, where a grand jury has been convened to investigate Wikileaks over its publication in 2010 of leaked US diplomatic cables, in this newspaper and elsewhere.
His request was later granted by Ecuador, which said he could stay inside the embassy for "two centuries" if necessary. Britain has said that if he tries to leave he will be arrested and extradited to Sweden, but that it would block any onward extradition request to the US if the Australian were to face a possible death penalty.
His experiences have influenced his world view, Assange acknowledges in his introduction. "While many writers have considered what the internet means for global civilisation, they are wrong … They are wrong because they have never met the enemy … We have met the enemy."
Jeremie Zimmermann, co-founder and spokesman for the French citizen advocacy group La Quadrature du Net (Squaring the Net) and one of Assange's named fellow authors, told the Guardian when the book was announced that it would cover "a wide range of issues: from surveillance to data protection, from corporate influence over politics to citizen participation and action, transparency and accountability, from liberalism to anarchism, from copyright enforcement to culture, from flying killing robots (drones) to representation of crime scenes depicting abuse of children (child porn)".
Also contributing to the book are Jacob Applebaum, a US-based computer security expert, and Andy Müller-Maguhn, a leading German hacker.
Zimmermann said he had insisted on a bottle of whisky and some cigars when the four met, "to make the discussion more 'fluid' (no pun intended), cozy and friendly".

Remembering on his 70th Top Banana Guitarist Jimi Hendrix (11/27/1942 - 1970)

My #1 Celebrity Birthday Person for November 27th is
A Tie between 2 Legends:
Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970) & Bruce Lee (I) (1940-1973)

Jimi Hendrix (Would have been 70) 1942 - Died age 27
Born 27 November 1942 - Seattle, Washington.
Date of death 18 September 1970 - London, England, UK. (barbiturate overdose)
Died when Baltimore Bob was 20.5 years old and was mid-year in Vietnam.
Birth name: James Marshall Hendrix / Height: 5' 11" (1.80 m)
Was one-quarter Cherokee, through his grandmother.
His mother named him John Allen Hendrix and raised him alone while his father,
Al Hendrix, was off fighting in World War II.
When his mother became sick from alcoholism,
Hendrix was sent to live with relatives in Berkeley, California.
When his father returned from Europe in 1945 he took back Hendrix, divorced his wife,
and renamed him James Marshall Hendrix.
When Jimi was 13, his father taught him to play an acoustic guitar.
In 1959, Jimi dropped out of high school and enlisted in the U.S. Army,
but soon became disenchanted with military service.
After he broke his ankle during a training parachute jump, Jimi was honorably discharged.
He then went to work as a sideman on the rhythm-and-blues circuit,
honing his craft but making little or no money.
Jimi got restless being a sideman and moved to New York City
hoping to get a break in the music business.
Through his friend Curtis Knight, Jimi discovered the music scene in Greenwich Village
which left indelible impressions on Jimi.
It was here that Jimi began taking drugs, marijuana, pep pills and cocaine among them.
In 1966, while Jimi was performing with his own band called
James & the Blue Flames at Cafe Wha?, John Hammond, Jr. approached Jimi
about the Flames playing backup for him at Cafe Au Go Go. Jimi agreed
and during the show's finale, Hammond let Jimi cut loose on Bo Diddley's "I'm the Man."
Linda Keith, girlfriend of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, was one of Jimi's
biggest fans and it was she that told friend Chase Chandler, a band manager, about Jimi.
When he heard Jimi play, he asked him to come to London, England to form his own band
there where Chandler made the simple change in Jimi's name
by formally dropping James and replacing it with Jimi.
Having settled in England with a new band called the Jimi Hendrix Experience,
which was made up of Jimi as guitarist and lead singer, bass player Noel Redding
and drummer John 'Mitch' Mitchell,
Jimi took the country by storm with the release of his first single 'Hey, Joe.'
In the summer of 1967, Jimi performed back in the USA at the Monterey Pop Festival,
a mix-up backstage forced Jimi to follow the band The Who onstage where after a superb
performance onstage, Jimi tore up the house by trashing his guitar in a wild frenzy.
Afterwards, Jimi's career sky rocked with the release of the Experience's first two albums
'Are You Experienced?' and 'Axis: Bold as Love,' which catapulted him to the top charts.
But Jimi's drug use with LSD alienated him from his close friends,
including Chandler who quit as manager in February 1968.
In September 1968, the Experience released their most successful album 'Electric Ladyland.'
In August 1969, the Woodstock music festival took place near Bethel, New York
where the Jimi Hendrix Experience was to be the closing headliner.
Because of the delay getting there and the logistical problems,
Jimi performed on the morning of the fourth and final day.
Only 25,000 people of the original 400,000 stayed to watch Jimi
and his band as the closing music number where Jimi's searing rendering of
'The Star-Spangled Banner' became the anthem for counterculture.
After Woodstock, the Experience broke up and Jimi formed a new band in London
with Billy Cox on the bass and Buddy Miles on the drums with the May 1970 release
of the album 'The Band of Gypsys.'
Backed Little Richard and The Isley Brothers before
being 'discovered' by Chas Chandler (of The Animals) in 1966.
Is usually considered to have been rock's most innovative electric guitarist.
Was left handed. / Usually played a fender Stratocaster upside down.
The footage of him playing 'The Star-Spangled Banner'
in the film Woodstock (1970) is one of the most studied pieces of musical film ever.
Guitar impresario Les Paul supposedly called Hendrix "a left-handed, mother f---ing genius".
Musician Al Kooper received one of Hendrix' black Stratocasters from him as a gift;
after de-converting the left-handed setup, Kooper used the guitar years later,
to record the 'Crime Story' (1986) (TV) soundtrack.
Had actually lost over 60% of his hearing by the time of his death;
during mixing sessions Hendrix often found himself the only person
who could stand the playback volumes he needed, over the studio speakers.
Toured with the Monkees in 1967 as their opening act,
in the weeks before his Monterey performance; disliking their music at first,
Hendrix was surprised that the Monkees would invite him.
(They all but demanded his presence on tour from their managers.)
He and the group hit it off well, though, and found each other to be genuine, impressive,
and good company. (Some jamming did happen offstage, but none was recorded.)
Hendrix played left-handed, much to the chagrin of his father,
who believed that playing left-handed was a sign of the Devil!
As Jimi's brother witnessed, Jimi played right-handed when his dad was present.
After the elder Hendrix left the room, Jimi would use his famous left hand.
Jimi wrote with his right hand, however.
Though Hendrix did indeed play right-handed Fender Stratocasters upside down
(with the strings restrung for lefty position),
he did own at least one left-handed Stratocaster.
Hendrix also owned a left-handed 'Flying V' guitar, which he played periodically.
One of the early electric guitars Hendrix played was the now-discontinued
Fender MusicMaster, which Jimi used while backing the Isley Brothers in the early 1960s.
Jimi also used the Fender Jazzmaster,
an essential instrument for the punk music movement of the late 70s and early 80s.
Played in the Ike Turner Review under the name of Jimmy James.
Woodstock (1970) as Himself.
Played his next to last performance at the infamous Isle of Wight festival in August 1970.
Baltimore Bob’s Baltimore friend Mark on Thursday October 30th 2008 called Bob
and asked him the following Question “What Band did Jimi last perform with”
Answer: Jimi's last public performance was an informal jam at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club
in Soho with Burdon and his latest band, WAR.
War is an American funk band from California, known for the hit songs "Low Rider",
"Spill the Wine" and "Why Can't We Be Friends?".
Formed in 1969, War was the first and most successful musical crossover,
fusing elements of rock, funk, jazz, Latin music, R&B, and even reggae.
The band also transcended racial and cultural barriers with a multi-ethnic line-up.
The band has sold over 50 million records to date. /
Elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
(as a member of the Jimi Hendrix Experience) in 1992.
Bruce Lee (I) (Would have been 72) 1940 - Died age 32
Born 27 November 1940 - San Francisco, California.
Date of death 20 July 1973 - Hong Kong. (cerebral edema)
Birth name: Lee Jun Fan / Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m)
Bruce Lee Jun Fan Yuen Kam (Bruce Lee's full birth name) was born in the
Year of the Dragon (1940), at the hour of the Dragon (between 6:00AM-8:00AM).
Movie role after his death in ‘Enter the Dragon’ (1973) as Lee.
1st movie role at age 1 in ‘Golden Gate Girl’ (1941) as an Infant.
Last movie role 8 years after his death in ‘Si wang ta’ (1981) as Billy Lo / Lee Chen-Chiang.
His ancestry is German and Chinese.
His father is a full-blooded Chinese, while his mother is of German-Chinese decent
(her father is German; her mother is Chinese).
Spoke English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Japanese.
Left for Seattle in 1958 with $100.
Was an accomplished dancer and Hong Kong cha cha cha champion.
Gave cha cha cha lessons to first-class passengers to earn extra money during ship ride to US.
Spouse: Linda Lee Cadwell (17 August 1964 - 20 July 1973) (his death)
Father of Brandon Lee and Shannon Lee.
Trade mark: Often had a scene in his films where in a fight, he gets wounded.
Standing stunned, he tastes his own blood
and then he goes berserk wiping out any opponent in his path.
Made animal sounds when he fought to unnerve his foes and focus his strength.
His characters were often proudly Chinese and battled foes who racially oppressed his
people as in when he smashed a 'No dogs or Chinese allowed' sign with a flying kick.
Developed his martial art style called Jeet Kune Do (Way of the Intercepting Fist)
which is more of an idea of being flexible and practical with learning martial arts.
While the 'The Green Hornet' TV series was in production, Bruce made several promotional
appearances as Kato, but made a point to never do the standard martial art stunts like
breaking boards which he felt had nothing to do with what the martial arts are about.
His development of Jeet Kune Do came partially out of an incident with his school.
A rival martial artist challenged him to a duel over his decision to teach non chinese students.
Bruce Lee accepted the challenge and won the duel, but he later thought that the fight
took too long because his martial art technique was too rigid and formalistic.
Thus he decided to develop a better system with an emphasis on practicality and flexibility.
Faced discrimination from other Chinese kung fu masters
when trying to learn other martial arts styles.
Would usually go to the number 3 or 4 man
in a certain system to learn it in exchange for teaching what he knew.
His last movie, 'Game of Death', was the first film to be filmed with sound, unlike most of
his earlier films which were filmed without sound and were later dubbed in by the actors.
Some of the lost footage was later shown in "Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey."
You can hear Bruce's own voice speaking English and Cantonese.
Had he not died, his character's name in this movie would have been Hai Tien.
Was able to name every single karate term and performed them with dead accuracy.
Adopted his legendary nunchaku routine in his movies from the legendary karate master
Hidehiko 'Hidy' Ochiai. The two met at the Los Angeles YMCA in the mid 1960s.
Earned $30,000 for his first two feature films.
Developed a trick for showing off his speed: a person held a coin and closed his hand,
and as he closed it, Lee would take it and could even swap the coin for another.
Is often honored in video games.
In Mortal Kombat games, the character Liu Kang was an obvious tribute to Lee.
Was constantly challenged by movie extras and other men
seeking to gain fame by beating him in a fight.
Was sought after for instruction by established martial artists such as Joe Lewis & Chuck Norris.
His most famous martial arts student was 6 time world karate champion Chuck Norris.
One of his martial arts students was James Bond star George Lazenby.
Demand for his private lessons grew so high, his hourly rate soared to $275 per hour.
His death was considered to be under 'extraordinarily bizarre' circumstances by many experts.
Many people claimed that it was the work of 'Oni' (Japanese for Demons or evil spirits),
while others claimed he was cursed.
The theory of the 'Curse of Bruce Lee' carried over to the extremely bizarre death of his son,
Brandon Lee, who was shot and killed during the filming of 'The Crow' in 1993.
Interred at Lake View Cemetery, Seattle, Washington.
He is considered the greatest martial artist of the 20th century.
Ranked #100 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list.
[October 1997]

1966: November 27, 1966 - 40 years ago in 2006 / 2016 will be 50 years.
113 total points in the highest-scoring NFL game ever,
the Washington Redskins defeat the New York Giants 72-41.

2008: Thanksgiving November 27 2008 (Thanksgiving could fall as late as the 28th):
With a 48-20 Victory today against the Cardinals the EAGLES go to 4-1 on Thanksgiving Day
& one of these games was witnessed by Baltimore Bob when he lived in CA from 1987 to 1992.
1989 Eagles on Thanksgiving Day - Week 12 - Nov 23 - W 27-0 at Dallas Cowboys.
The other 3:
Nov. 23, 1939# - PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 14
Nov. 28, 1940# - Pittsburgh Steelers/Pirates 7, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES 0
Nov. 28, 1968 -- Philadelphia Eagles 12, DETROIT LIONS 0
# In 1939 and 1940, President Roosevelt moved Thanksgiving one week earlier.
- Various states celebrated on the date declared by the President, while other states
-- recognized the traditional fourth Thursday of the month.
--- In 1941, Thanksgiving was sanctioned by Congress to be celebrated
---- on the fourth Thursday of November which it has been ever since.

The 7 Dwarfs


My favorite - Grumpy







bigfoot is real!

UK education sixth in global ranking

Parents in South Korea, earlier this month, pray for their children's exam results

The UK's education system is ranked sixth best in the developed world, according to a global league table published by education firm Pearson.

The first and second places are taken by Finland and South Korea.
The rankings combine international test results and data such as graduation rates between 2006 and 2010.

Sir Michael Barber, Pearson's chief education adviser, says successful countries give teachers a high status and have a "culture" of education.

International comparisons in education have become increasingly significant - and this latest league table is based upon a series of global test results combined with measures of education systems, such as how many people go on to university.

This composite picture puts the UK in a stronger position than the influential Pisa tests from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) - which is also one of the tests included in this ranking.

The weightings for the rankings have been produced for Pearson by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Global competition The two education superpowers - Finland and South Korea - are followed by three other high-performing Asian education systems - Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.


  • Finland
  • South Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Japan
  • Singapore
  • UK
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Switzerland
  • Canada
  • Ireland
  • Denmark
  • Australia
  • Poland
  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • USA
  • Hungary
  • Slovakia
  • Russia

The UK - which is considered as a single system, rather than four devolved administrations - is then ranked at the head of an above-average group including the Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada and Ireland.

These are ahead of a middle-ranking group including the United States, Germany and France.
At the lowest end are Mexico, Brazil and Indonesia.
These comparisons draw upon tests that are taken every three or four years, in areas such as maths, science and literacy - and so present a picture lagging by several years.

But the intention is to provide a more multi-dimensional view of educational achievement - and create a databank which will be updated, in a project that Pearson is calling the Learning Curve.
Looking at education systems that succeed, the study concludes that spending is important, but not as much as having a culture that is supportive of learning.

It says that spending is easier to measure, but the more complex impact of a society's attitude to education can make a big difference.
The success of Asian countries in these rankings reflects the high value attached to education and the expectations of parents. This can continue to be a factor when families migrate to other countries, says the report accompanying the rankings.

Looking at the two top countries - Finland and South Korea - the report says that there are many big differences, but the common factor is a shared social belief in the importance of education and its "underlying moral purpose".
Teacher quality The report also emphasises the importance of high-quality teachers and the need to find ways to recruit the best staff. This might be about status and professional respect as well as levels of pay.
The rankings show that there is no clear link between higher relative pay and higher performance.

And there are direct economic consequences of high and low performing education systems, the study says, particularly in a globalised, skill-based economy.

But there are less straightforward and conflicting messages about how schools are organised.

The ranking for levels of school choice shows that Finland and South Korea have among the lowest levels of school choice. But Singapore, another high performer, has the highest level. The UK is among the upper levels in terms of school choice.
'Significant' data

Higher levels of school autonomy are a characteristic of many higher performing systems - headed by China, the Netherlands, the UK and Hong Kong (which is considered as a separate school system in such education rankings).

But Finland, the most successful system, has a relatively low level of school autonomy.

Sir Michael Barber, a former adviser to Tony Blair, said that the gathering of this information was the "start of something significant" - providing a practical resource for policy makers wanting to learn from other countries.

In terms of the UK's performance, he said it fitted into the view that education standards had risen at the end of the 1990s and into the early 2000s and had then levelled off.

Labour's education spokesman Stephen Twigg said the findings reflected the achievements of the previous government.

"This report shows that after 13 years of investment and reform with Labour, schools in the UK are amongst the best in the world."
And he said the findings did not provide evidence for the current government's support for free schools.

"This shows there is much more to school performance than structures," said Mr Twigg.

A Department for Education spokeswoman said: "We are driving up standards right across the board by bringing the best graduates into teaching, developing a world-class curriculum, and restoring order to our classrooms.

"We are driving forward the academies and free schools programmes with more than half of secondary schools now enjoying academy status.

"We have introduced the EBacc so more pupils are encouraged to study the core academic subjects that universities and employers demand and we will be introducing a new, far more rigorous examination system."

The Most Important Video EVER on the Internet.

my first recording outta prison 14 months ago...

Dispelling Gravity - Aether, Tides and Lunar Eclipses

Members that should come back

Missa, ET, Leesha, JL. Who do you miss?

A warning of coming destruction.

A warning of coming destruction, just a question of when. ?

HAARP Unleashes Tesla Death Ray

HAARP Unleashes Tesla Death Ray
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Disturbing evidence is emerging that HAARP has been weaponized. Noted Brazilian physicist, Dr. Fran De Aquino, recently asserted the fully functional HAARP network is not only modifying weather and geophysical events, it may also be warping space and gravity—even time! Now applications of Nikola Tesla’s legendary “Death Ray” weapon may have been activated.
HAARP’s high frequency radiowaves that can be intensified, modulated and directed to almost any place on Earth, are built upon some of the most advanced work of the legendary inventor and visionary, Nikola Tesla. Tesla worked for decades on a revolutionary weapons technology he named teleforce: a powerful, deadly death ray Tesla claimed would change warfare forever.
Recently, bizarre auroras and disturbances to landmasses have called attention to the possibility that elements of HAARP technology have been weaponized to adopt Tesla’s annihilating death ray that works with the propagation of focused radio frequencies to disrupt the bonds that keep molecules together using nonlinear effects of intense radiated power.
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Map of current global HAARP installations (excluding Antarctica)
Mysterious disappearances
As early as 2009 the warning sign of a HAARP superweapon left its signature on a tiny Mexican island In the Gulf of Mexico. The island, named Bermeja, was there one day and, quite simply disappeared the next.

Bermeja before it vanished
The mystery has never been solved. Although the official explanation is “global warming” and rising waters, the Gulf didn’t measurably rise during 2009, nor did the seafloor drop.

Cleo Paskal, an associate fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, notes: “In September 2009 it was reported that, in spite of being on maps for centuries, the tiny island of Bermeja, in the Gulf of Mexico, could no longer be found.

Former location of the vanished island, Bermeja
“The Mexican Government sent out planes and boats and used satellites to try to find it but it was gone. And, along with it, a large claim Mexico was making in the hydrocarbon-rich waters of the Gulf. Some in Mexico said that, clearly, the CIA had blown up their island to subvert their stake.
“The United States’ response was clear: no island, no claim.”
How convenient. Vaporized at the touch of a button?
It’s claimed the island inexplicably vanished. Or was it inexplicable?

7 Year old uses medical marijuana

Mykayla Comstock, a 7-year-old girl with leukemia, is one of Oregon's youngest medical marijuana users.

Mykayla, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia last spring, is one of 2,201 cancer patients-- 52 of them children -- authorized to use cannabis by the state, the Oregonian reports.

The girl, who calls herself "Brave Mykayla," takes a gram of cannabis oil daily to combat side effects of her chemotherapy, such as nausea, restlessness and loss of appetite, but she says that the pills make her feel "funny."

Mykayla's mother, Erin Purchase, credits cannabis with her daughter's remission
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THE FREEDOM ROAD: In "Road to Freedom" David Icke gives a keynote lecture reveals many secrets where hidden by those who govern us and manipulate. Among other things, talks about the Freemasons and the Illuminati and its relationship with many of the U.S. Presidents. En "Camino a la Libertad" David Icke nos ofrece una magistral conferencia donde desvela numerosos secretos ocultos por aquellos que nos gobiernan y manipulan. Entre otras cosas, nos habla sobre la masonería y los iluminatis y su relación con muchos de los presidentes de EE.UU.

Special music for relaxation, meditation and healing.

Special music for relaxation, meditation and healing. Are frequencies that affect the balance and harmony of the body, restoring energy patterns. Among other tunes are Ahu Saglam, Arnica Montana and music with dolphins and whales. Música especial para relajarse, meditar y sanar. Son frecuencias que inciden en el equilibrio y la armonía del cuerpo, restableciendo los patrones energéticos. Entre otras, se encuentran melodías de Ahu Saglam, Arnica Montana y música con delfines y ballenas. RELAJACIÓN MÚSICA, MÚSICA RELAX, MÚSICA MEDITACIÓN, MEDITATION MUSIC, FRECUENCIAS SANADORAS, MUSICA ALTERNATIVA, MUSICA SANADORA, MUSICA PARA SANAR EL ALMA, HEALING MUSIC, MUSIC FOR HEALING,healing frequency, FREQUENCY TO HEAL, MUSICA ESPIRITUAL, SPIRITUAL MUSIC, MUSICA DELFINES, DOLPHIN MUSIC, MUSICA NEW AGE, MUSICA REIKI, MUSICA YOGA, MUSICA DE BALLENAS, RELAX MUSIC FRECUENCIAS SAGRADAS SOLFEGGIO