Gifts or Influence

While looking for new video clips i found this one with a lot of information that is very familiar to me. I remind mandalas shown to me before i got the ability for speech block transfer. Lot’s of pictures from technical stuff, future previews and especially familiar faces in dreams that tell stuff top above the real persons. What people need to know is this, there is nothing of that if you don’t have the mind blank slate. A talking egp machine in the mind switches that all off.


American Wars: We’re Killing Thousands of People to Enrich a Few Powerful Corporations

We live in a culture of constant war, played out with peoples energy that was funnelled out by obedient agreement through lies. That’s why most alien races like to see humanity on earth more spiritual developed instead following the elites dark path.

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By Alex Potter, Wake Up World

I’ve lived in Yemen. The lives of its people are worth more than any military contract.

The other day, over 20 people died in an airstrike in Yemen’s coastal city of Hodeidah. The bombs, dropped by a Saudi-led coalition, hit a farmers market, where men from neighboring villages sold their goods, hoping to at least break even and bring some food home to their families. In the aftermath of the attack, families gathered to pick up the pieces of their loved ones, and hitchhiked to the local general hospital in search of the wounded.

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Embrace Censorship?

Really interesting that wordpress did announce a new editor, suggest that you like and use it. So yes i tried it out, for less than a minute and here’s the reason.

The new gutenberg editor use the same method like facebook and twitter for immediate hyperlink check-up. Means that all hyperlinks are identified while typed in and A.I. checked. If the hyperlink is disliked by the censorship the machine is able to delete it faster than you typed it in.

Sorry i know that from twitter and facebook in their pre-phase and today it’s in full action.

How To Raise A Intuitive & Spiritually Gifted Child

Nice but people don’t have the time and money to do that in our harsh society, they want the obeying tiny robot and will use psychic drugs to reach that goal. Experience the difference of how it should be and how it will be.

How To Raise A Intuitive & Spiritually Gifted Child


Kids are seeds who are grounded deep into the roots of spirit, each having an opportunity to offer his or her spiritual fruit throughout a lifetime.

The potential for bringing in new ideas and new vibrations to the planet for the benefit of all beings is infinite.

But kids, like all humans, are easily socialized and conditioned to the environment around them.

From day one they slowly start shifting their focus from the spiritual to the physical, and many kids maybe most grow up to be complacent within the material realm, with the world of spirit left somewhere far off in a dream.

What seems to be happening with these extraordinary new kids, though, is that many are consciously traversing both the psychic realms and the physical realms at the same time. This is not only immensely challenging and confusing, but perhaps devastating in a conceptual world where psychic and spiritual phenomena are rarely acknowledged.

Since many of these kids are so psychically aware, yet their parents and role models usually are not, these kids may develop different kinds of troubling behaviors to help them cope with their situation and to teach adults what might be going on with them.

As a parent of one or more of these extra-sensitive children, there are many things you can do for your children to help them feel more rooted, safe and energetically balanced in the world.

Firstly, it is vital for parents to stay emotionally present around children.

Emotionally present means being honest whether you are feeling angry, depressed, guilty, joyous, lovable or excited. One of the most confusing things for a sensitive child is for someone to say, ‘I’m fine’, when he is actually feeling something else.

Children are empathic by nature; they naturally relate to what other people are feeling. Being cut off from what is alive in you, your true feelings and the desires behind them, as coined by psychologist Marshall Rosenberg or making a false representation about your feelings, trains children that it is more socially acceptable to put up a false-front than it is to express what is truly alive in the moment. Developing an open vocabulary of feelings and creating a household where there is permission to outwardly express this vocabulary is quintessential indeed.

Secondly, if you notice special gifts or talents in your children and want to help them develop these abilities but are unwilling to do any work yourself, don’t expect much from your children. They will most definitely need you and the other people around them to practice with and speak their language.

One of the most inspiring aspects about being on a spiritual path is to observe others making changes, transformations and realizations. Through working on ourselves, we become a role model and inspiration for the people around us. Enrolling in a meditation class (or whatever it is that calls you spiritually) and then setting a specific time for practice at home, sticking to it and making a sincere dedication can have a lasting impact on children.

One of my teachers from years ago used to purposely leave the door to her meditation room open while she was meditating so that her young children could see her peaceful, dedicated and undisturbed. If they came in to rouse her or to feign for her attention, she’d stay solid like a mountain, allowing them to climb all over her until they got bored and left.

It must have been a good lesson for the kids to realize that when mom was sitting, there was nothing more important to her than her practice. What a gift!

Another key to raising healthy psychic children is to help them become aware of their energy and to recognize when their finely tuned systems are ungrounded or processing the psychic stuff around them.  Some simple energy tools, practiced daily, usually do the trick.

One of the first things to do is to have them create an image that connects the body to the center of the planet. This gives kids a sense that they are rooted and plugged in throughout their day.

Like a ground wire plugged into a wall socket, grounded children have a place to send stuck or pent-up energy instead of having it bounce off the walls or off on you! Have them create a monkey tail, a tree trunk, a bean stalk or any fun image that works for them and have it come out of their body all the way down through the floor and deep into Mother Earth.

Most of us in the modern world have forgotten our deep connection to the planet. A grounding cord is a good solid reminder that we are always in communication with the earth below.

Having kids become aware of their energy bubble all around them is also beneficial. Their bubble or aura defines the space around their body and is a direct reflection of what is going on inside. If their bubble is vibrating at a color that isn’t in harmony with them in present time, they can decide to change it if they want. They can pick a color that is fun for them and change the color for different activities.

This is not only a fun game for them, but also helps them get to know their own energy and that ultimately, they are the ones who are responsible for their own body and energy. They can also clean their bubble with a magic sponge and make their bubble bigger or smaller so it’s the right size just for them.

Lastly, kids need to know how very sacred their bodies are and how lucky they are to be here, experiencing life from the boundless wisdom of the body.

But getting kids to get inside their bodies, even for just a moment, can be challenging to say the least! Invite your children to view their body as a body house, a fun place all their own with many rooms to explore.

They can get around their house via the magic glass elevator that goes up and down their body, taking them anywhere inside their body that they want to go. They get to discover the Heart Room, the Head Room, the Belly Room and more.

According to many spiritual traditions, these rooms are the locations of the vital energy centers that hold within them the profound intelligence of our bodies.

All kids are psychic, and you may feel a big responsibility on your shoulders just with this realization.

But remember that in any case, kids are kids no matter what.

Your job as a parent is simply to support them, give them love, encourage them to be who they are, and remind them often that they are much bigger than what the outside conceptual world often makes of them.

Then, as they learn their life-lessons from childhood to adulthood, they learn them with a sense of peace and amusement and with an understanding that there is meaning in all they do.

by Patricia Smith

Patricia Smith is an intuitive mother dealing with the challenge of bringing up her own two highly psychic children. She is an author at


Dylan Harper

Dylan is a 32-year-old surfer from California. He traveled the world, rode the waves and learned the universal concept of oneness. He is a vegan for over a decade and, literally, wouldn’t hurt a fly. He was reunited with his twin soul in Greece, where they got married and settled… for now. Dylan is a staff writer for and teaches surfing to children.



Look at this, big success for the elites. Years ago they got the idea to dumb down the population from average IQ of 120 to 80, so they have better followers to smoke up in their wars. People who follow every order, shills who fight for every meme or fake agenda. Now take a look at the results, yes it’s working in whole countries as planned. While the situation in Europe is the same, IQ is managed down, no expert workers for companies at the horizon and mass migration of farmers that cannot even read and write won’t change the situation.

Mr. C.S. found this one, and it’s more bad news for Amairkuhn edgykayshun: the latest ACT test scores are in for 2018, and the results are… well, disastrous, disappointing, and entirely to be expected:

Thanks, Common Core: ACT Scores for Class of 2018 Worst in Decades

There were two things that occurred to me as I read this latest in a long litany of bad edgykayshunal nooz. Here’s what sparked my first observation:

The creators of the ACT test announced on Wednesday that scores for the class of 2018 are the worst reported in decades. Math scores, in fact, are in freefall among ACT-tested U.S. high school graduates, falling to their lowest mark in 14 years, according to The Condition of College and Career Readiness 2018, the ACT’s annual report.

The report includes ACT test results from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

“The percentage of ACT-tested graduates who met or surpassed the ACT College Readiness Benchmark in math—suggesting they are ready to succeed in a first-year college algebra class—fell to its lowest level since 2004,” the report declared, with only 40 percent of 2018 graduates meeting the benchmark, “down from a high of 46% in 2012.” (Emphasis added)

“Wait a minute,” I thought. Algebra?!?  In college? That one stunned me, because when I had algebra, I had it in the 8th grade, geometry in the 9th, algebra II and linear algebra in the 10th grade, and so on. And at the time, that program was more or less required of everyone. And that requirement was more or less common in the region of the country I came from. Now, of course, it is always erroneous to extrapolate general patterns from a “sample of one,” especially when that sample is oneself, but I cannot help but do so, for if this is indicative of a general trend, it now means that what used to be done in junior high school, or middle school, is now pushed back into college, and our students are still not prepared for it. In short, not only has there been “grade inflation,” but college is no longer genuinely college.

So what, then, are they doing in all that time leading up to college? Well, to get to that we have to take a short trip around Harvey’s Barn.

The rest of the article is the usual lament about Common Core, the increasing “one size fits all” federalization of edgykayshun, and so on. We’ve all heard it before, so there’s no need to rehearse it here. If you’re interested in the ins and outs of federalization, including the link between standardized testing and the surveillance state, MK-Ultra mind control projects, and so on, see my book with co-author Gary Lawrence Rotten to the (Common) Core.

What were they doing? The answer is hinted at in the following three paragraphs:

“The percentage of ACT-tested graduates who met or surpassed the ACT College Readiness Benchmark in math—suggesting they are ready to succeed in a first-year college algebra class—fell to its lowest level since 2004,” the report declared, with only 40 percent of 2018 graduates meeting the benchmark, “down from a high of 46% in 2012.”

The average score on the ACT math test dropped to its lowest level in 20 years — 20.5 on a scale of 1 to 36. American students scored 21.1 in 2012 and 20.7 last year.

“Readiness in English has also been trending down over the past several years, dropping from 64% in 2015 to 60% this year, the lowest level since the benchmarks were introduced,” according to the report.” Readiness levels in reading (46%) and science (36%) were both down one percentage point from last year but are showing no long-term trends either upward or downward. Science remains the subject area in which students are least likely to be prepared for college coursework.” (Emphasis added)

It’s that “showing no long-term trends either upward or downward” that caught my attention, when considered in the context of the overall trend downward. One might indeed argue that there is no trend since the Common Core standards are relatively new.

But standardized tests are not new, and since their successful mass introduction after World War Two, the overall trend is downward. One need only look at the disjointed, fourth grade level thinking (if that), and the illegible scrawls (which might as well be Mandarin ideograms) in a modern Amairikuhn high school term paper – the inability to think, analyze, synthesize, and then write in an adult, coherent and reasoning way – and one sees the trend immediately. I know, I used to teach at the college level (and that was in the 1990s!), and it was obvious and evident. So the answer to the question “what were they doing all that time?” seems perfectly clear and self-evident to anyone with a modicum of common sense: teachers were forced to teach to the tests which, with but few exceptions, required no thought, analysis, synthesis, and writing and arguing a case. Teachers were being separated from their own students, and the disciplines they were expected to teach.

John Taylor Gatto recently died, but it’s worth recalling what he said, and why after a lifetime of trying to teach in this system, he finally threw up his hands, and quit: the system is not fixable. No amount of money, of tinkering, or of “education” or “certification” courses will fix it. No amount of federal involvement will fix it. More administrators and standardized tests will fix it. It is irretrievably broken. As Mr. Lawrence and I pointed out in our book, there’s a long list of people in western cultural history who never attended a modern Amairkuhn school, nor ever sat for a “standardized test”; they’re familiar names: William Shakespeare, Virginia Wolfe, Jane Austin, Immanuel Kant, Thomas Jefferson, Albert Einstein, and so on.

This abominable system has, however, had one success: it has dumbed down most of the population.

Just like it was designed to do.

See you on the flip side…

About Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.

Chief Medical Officer of Major Cancer Center Resigns After Receiving Millions From Big Pharma

Corrupted by money, to work biased for commerce. But this is just another tip of huge ice fields waiting below the water line. It’s just a priest class in white robes with a false religion and priest can only exist with followers and lack of critical people.



In Brief

  • The Facts:

    Dr. José Baselga, chief medical officer for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from health-care companies he received in exchange for dozens of ‘research’ articles favorable to the industry.

  • Reflect On:

    Is it time to turn away from the medical industry completely when it comes to cancer? Western cancer care seems like a money scam that does not and has never concerned itself with finding real cures or treatments beneficial to our health.

“The doctor is brainwashed when he/she gets out of medical school because the medical school has too much subsidization of the professors who are being paid by the drug company, so the professor never teachers any student in medical school, why don’t you try vitamin C, they’re going to tell them the latest drug.”– Dr. Gary F. Gordon (source)


Medical science has lost a large amount of credibility over the past few years, and that’s because it’s plagued with the politicization and corporatization of science. We can no longer trust our government health authorities to make decisions based on human health and well being, as we are constantly seeing decisions being made based on financial incentives.

Resistance From Within

Many from within have been quite outspoken about this problem. Recently, a group of more than a dozen scientists from within the CDC put out a public statement, while remaining anonymous, outlining the big problem of corporate influence and the effect it is having on health policy decisions. They were referred to as the Spider Papers.

It was only a few years ago when senior CDC scientist Dr. William Thompson blew the whistle on corruption within the CDC, specifically with regards to the MMR vaccine. Dr. Marcia Angell, a physician and longtime Editor-in-Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, considered one of the most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals in the world, alongside The Lancet, has spoken out as follows:

“It is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians or authoritative medical guidelines. I take no pleasure in this conclusion, which I reached slowly and reluctantly over my two decades as an editor of The New England Journal of Medicine.”  (source)


When it comes to cancer, we see the same thing. I don’t donate to major cancer charities because a lot of them have turned out to be frauds. What’s even more hypocritical is a company like KFC donating money to cancer and using a pink ribbon while selling cancer-causing foods. When it comes to curing cancer, all we’ve been programmed to do is raise money for large organizations, thinking that is helping the issue.


One example would be the Brooklyn-based National Children’s Leukemia Foundation. They were shut down after they raised millions of dollars through professionally-run fundraisers.  They lured people in, claiming that the funds would be used to conduct cancer research and locate bone marrow donors, while in fact they were only using a small portion of the funds for their “Make a Dream Come True” campaign. In fact, less than 1 percent of the millions of donated dollars actually went to providing help for leukaemia patients. Between 2009 and 2013, a total of almost 10 million dollars was donated. (source)(source)

We have to remember that the Medical Establishment have a trillion-dollar incentive to suppress cures for cancer. There have been many supposed cures over the years, yet all of these have been shut down because the system is set up so that the only treatment that doctors can recommend is chemotherapy and radiation. This is the treatment that’s patented, that generates huge profits, and therefore, it’s the one we get. As Medical Director Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D. points out,

We got hours and hours and hours on how to use, basically patented medicines, which as you know, are what usually goes on a prescription pad as a molecule that can be patented which means that it’s not found in nature….And that’s what we get educated in. (source)

The Corruption Of Dr. Baselga

The latest scam to reach public awareness is the indiscretions of Dr. José Baselga, the chief medical officer for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Approximately a month ago, he resigned after it became known that he failed to disclose the millions of dollars in payments from health-care companies he received in exchange for dozens of ‘research’ articles. This was big news considering he is one of the most prominent doctors in the field of Oncology.

As the New York Times reports:

The revelations about Dr. Baselga’s disclosure lapses have rocked Memorial Sloan Kettering, one of the nation’s leading cancer centers, in recent days. Its top executives scrambled to contain the fallout, including urgent meetings of physician leaders and the executive committee of its board of directors…In his resignation letter, Dr Baselga, who also served as the physician-in-chief, said he feared that the matter would be a distraction from his role overseeing clinical care and that he had been “extremely proud” to work at Memorial Sloan Kettering.

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The company he received money from was Roche, who sponsored the clinical trials that were widely considered disappointments, yet he still put a positive spin on the results, without telling anybody that he has received more than $3 million from them in consulting fees as well as a stake in a company that Roche acquired.

Dr. Baselga’s relationship to industry is extensive. In addition to sitting on the board of Bristol-Myers Squibb, he is a director of Varian Medical Systems, which sells radiation equipment and for whom Memorial Sloan Kettering is a client. In all, Dr. Baselga has served on the boards of at least six companies since 2013, positions that have required him to assume a fiduciary responsibility to protect the interests of those companies, even as he oversees the cancer center’s medical operations. (source)

The Takeaway

Approximately 1.8 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States alone this year, and approximately 600,000 people will die from the disease. The number of new cancer cases is 454.8 per 100,000 men and women per year, based on cases from 2008-2010. Men have almost a 50 percent chance of contracting the disease at some point within their lifetime, and women have a 1/3 chance. Pretty crazy isn’t it? (source)

As much as we write about the mind-body connection, in today’s environment, and the exponential growth of disease rates, it’s important to be aware of some things and counter-act them with a healthy lifestyle. The key to combating disease on this planet is simply us, and our lifestyle choices.

As much as big pharma, big business and corrupt politics plays a role in modern day medicine, at the end of the day, you have the ability to not let it affect you. If it’s a matter of concern to you, then instead of supporting corporate cancer charities, you can model cancer prevention with your own lifestyle. It’s a much more effective way to combat this disease.