So much has changed

So much has changed, Within me, within you, and everything around us.  The old things have not yet vanished, and huge efforts are spent to reinforce that which is no longer supported by any frequency on this planet.

Much has been said about constructs, and deconstructing constructs, matrixes and grids. Elon Musk speculates about living within an artificial construct, but all is built from frequency with intentional creation… and replaced by new creations when we tire of them.    That which is crumbling and mouldering with the pungent archaic must of what no longer serves the all teeters and falls.

Compartments built to fence in the ALL so that it could forget it was the all for the pure sake of experiencing that possible, now fall.  Agents and tangents of control built to do one thing, manage perception and contain imagination of something better and less confining than this collective nightmare we call our modern world of commerce and terror (and the two are joined at the hip of modern media).

We are love, come from one intelligent love source, burst into existence with less than a dozen sparks of pure infinite potential through self directed choices of experience. We are now uncountable perceptions within the ALL. We were watched over by frequencies of pure being.  We played first in no form at all.  We learned frequency and form. We danced and painted with energies sounds of creation.  We set a trillion stars in the night skies and then imagined ways to experience it all from within it all.  You are the stars and they are you.   But we wanted to know what our creations felt like,  and what we would feel like to each other within our creations so we became our bodies within our creations.

Stardust all of us with a bit of frequency holding water to make these bodies flexible and sentient.  We thought of ourselves as a species, forgetting we made these vehicles of Source essence for joy and fun.  We made rules, rulers, yardsticks, and kings that acted like pricks, to experience limitation.

Yet it was all us, and always was, nothing was ever external but always internal, but we shut down our hearts for a while to imagine what being separate was like, then created an external god to believe that abandoned us.  But it was always US, and always was US.  We each are the all within each of atom of our being, each cell living for awhile to replaced by another in the continuous creation and cellular replacement we call human life.  We play a dance with entropy, by harnessing the infinite flow of quantum energy in this mystery of form we call physical life. 

Yet these forms are not us, but just an experience that we will grow tired of and move to new forms and ways of infinite beings as the eons progress.   Each iteration providing a more complex and richer experience of being.

I began this blog and the one before it, American Kabuki, as an open search for who I be.   Like Kauilapele I feel the changes, and have for sometime.  The approaches I used in the past no longer seem like the fit the energies or the moment.  I was not the most intuitive when I started this journey. I’ll be the first to admit that.  I was steeped in the binary mind of the digital world.   It took for me a lot of work, which mostly consisted of letting go of beliefs of what was possible. And accepting that I am the ALL, in body. 

I am a work in progress, and I don’t have the comfort of being able reference other sources for the data I get these days, and I think that I just have to accept that, that which comes from inside is for my consumption, and what I share may not be for everyone, and may even anger some wed to certain notions of what is spiritual and what is not. 

Spiritual and physical is another separation of something that is not separated, its premises steeped in the European conflict between church and state in the times of Galileo, Copernicus and Des Cartes, of what was profane and sacred, and dividing lines were agreed upon to keep the scientists out of the jails of the church and its blasphemy laws.  Yet all these men themselves believed in more through their connections to various ancient secret esoteric societies, yet this mad farce of what is science and what is not continued to our day and it all relies on authorities of science, who if history holds true to pattern, will likely be as ridiculed as phrenology is today.

We fail to see the whole.  A few did, like the mathematician Theresa Braithwaite did come up with a theory of  the whole, and taught some very talented students like Grant Venerable and others.  But its not likely you learned about that in college.  We fail to see the interconnection of all, but we are beginning to FEEL it.  And soon you will see that feeling of the all transform all that is.  It will be felt by all.

Its an exciting time, and it has its moments of drama such as we have had in Tennessee and Washington DC.   But this too was for a purpose that wasn’t readily apparent last July when I departed fro DC.  And oh what a learning experience this has been for me and all of us!

I love you all.  I thank you all for the assistance you have provided in a time of need.  Someday I will meet you all at the party.

How Astroturfing and Other Media Manipulation Compromise Your Ability to Get Truthful Information

By Dr. Mercola

Ninety percent of news media, be it television, radio, print or online, are controlled by six corporations. As a result, the vast majority of what you read, see and hear is part of a carefully orchestrated narrative created and controlled by special interest groups.

When you combine that with other astroturf and public manipulation schemes that hide the identity of these special interests, the end result is, to use investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson’s term, a Truman-esque fictitious reality, where medical journals, doctors, media and presumably independent consumer groups all seem to be in agreement. The problem is it may all be false.

Attkisson is a five-time Emmy Award-winning anchor, producer and reporter whose television career spans more than three decades. In 2009, she blew the lid off the swine flu media hype, showing the hysteria was manufactured and completely unfounded. At the time, I interviewed her about these findings. I’ve included that fascinating interview below.

Three years ago, she left CBS to pursue more independent venues of investigative journalism, and wrote “Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama’s Washington” — an exposé on what really goes on behind the media curtain.


Why Everyone Must Be Aware of Astroturfing

The featured video is a TEDx Talk Attkisson gave in 2015, in which she discusses the methods employed by special interest groups to manipulate and distort media messages. For example, astroturfing — false-front “grassroots movements” that are in fact funded by political parties or private industry — are now “more important to these interests than traditional lobbying of Congress,” she says. She explains the term “astroturf” thus:

“It’s a perversion of grassroots, as in fake grassroots. Astroturf is when political, corporate or other special interests disguise themselves and publish blogs, start Facebook and Twitter accounts, publish ads and letters to the editor, or simply post comments online, to try to fool you into thinking an independent or grassroots movement is speaking.

The whole point of astroturf is to try to [give] the impression there’s widespread support for or against an agenda when there’s not. Astroturf seeks to manipulate you into changing your opinion by making you feel as if you’re an outlier when you’re not …

Astroturfers seek to controversialize those who disagree with them. They attack news organizations that publish stories they don’t like, whistleblowers who tell the truth, politicians who dare to ask the tough questions and journalists who have the audacity to report on all of it.”

Wikipedia — Astroturf’s Dream Come True

If you’re like most, you probably rely on certain sources more than others when it comes to information. WebMD, for example, dominates for health information, Snopes for checking the latest rumors and Wikipedia for general facts, figures and details.

Attkisson has a great deal to say about Wikipedia, calling it “astroturf’s dream come true.” Wikipedia is advertised as a free encyclopedia, where information is added and edited by the public. Anyone can add to or edit any given Wikipedia page. Or so they say.

“The reality can’t be more different,” Attkisson says, explaining that many pages have been co-opted and are controlled by anonymous Wikipedia editors on behalf of special interests. “They forbid and reverse edits that go against their agenda,” she says. “They skew and delete information, in blatant violation of Wikipedia’s own established policies, with impunity.”

Even the smallest factual inaccuracies are impossible to correct on these agenda-driven pages. As just one example, in 2012, author Philip Roth tried to correct a factual error about the inspiration behind one of his book characters cited on a Wikipedia page. His correction was repeatedly reversed and, ultimately, he was told he was not considered a credible source!

Worse, a study1 comparing medical conditions described on Wikipedia with published research found that Wikipedia contradicted the medical literature an astounding 90 percent of the time. So, be aware — Wikipedia is NOT the place for accurate and reliable medical information.

Who’s Who and What’s What?

The extent to which information is manipulated is enormous. Let’s say you hear about a new drug for an ailment you have, or your doctor recommends it, and you decide to research it to be on the safe side. Ultimately, you conclude it is safe and effective because everywhere you look, the information seems to support this conclusion. You feel good knowing you’ve done your homework, and fill the prescription. What you don’t know is that:

  • Facebook and Twitter pages speaking highly of the drug are run by individuals on the payroll of the drug company
  • The Wikipedia page for the drug is monitored and controlled by a special-interest editor hired by the drug company  
  • Google search engine results have been optimized, ensuring you’ll find all those positive sources while burying contradicting information
  • The nonprofit organization you stumbled across online that recommends the drug was secretly founded and funded by the drug company
  • The positive study you found while searching online was also financed by the drug company
  • The news articles reporting the positive findings of that study sound suspiciously alike for a reason — they’re reiterating information provided by the drug company’s PR department; hence, you will not find any contradictory information there either
  • Doctors promoting the drug and making derogatory comments about those who worry about side effects are actually paid consultants for the drug company
  • The medical lecture your own personal doctor attended, where he became convinced the drug is safe and efficacious, was also sponsored by the drug company

How to Identify Astroturf

Believe it or not, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The extent of the control and manipulation goes even deeper than this. Even the U.S. government, regulatory agencies and public health organizations are colluding with industry in a variety of different ways.

So, what can you do? How can you possibly decipher the truth when the truth is so well hidden beneath layers of astroturf? As noted by Attkisson, recognizing the telltale signs of astroturf is key. And once you know what to look for, you’ll start to recognize it everywhere you look. Telltale signs and hallmarks of astroturf include the following:

  • Certain key message lines repeatedly crop up. For example, the line “talk to your doctor” is highly suggestive of a PR message for a drug, even if what you’re reading doesn’t look like an advertisement
  • Use of inflammatory and derogatory language. Keywords to look for include crank, quack, nutty, lies, paranoid, pseudo and conspiracy
  • Astroturfers will often claim to debunk “myths” that are not myths at all
  • They will attack people, personalities and organizations rather than address the facts or concerns in question
  • Astroturfers are skeptical of those exposing wrongdoing rather than the wrongdoers. As noted by Attkisson, rather than questioning authority, astroturfers question those who question authority

Astroturfing in Action


A perfect example of astroturfing occurred in 2015, when the American Council for Science and Health (ACSH) — a pro-GMO front group — attacked Dr. Mehmet Oz for reporting on the now scientifically established hazards of glyphosate. Mainstream media swallowed and regurgitated the vicious propaganda without any critical thought whatsoever. Slate magazine publicized the attack with the headline “Letter from Prominent Doctors Implies Columbia Should Fire Dr. Oz for Being a Quack.”

The letter accuses Oz of repeatedly showing “disdain for science and for evidence-based medicine, as well as baseless and relentless opposition to the genetic engineering of food crops.” The letter was signed by Dr. Henry I. Miller and nine other “distinguished physicians.”

What the media failed to address is that Miller is a well-known shill for the GMO industry. In his capacity as its frontman, he was caught misrepresenting himself during the Anti-Prop 37 campaign in 2012, pretending to be a Stanford professor opposing GMO labeling, when in fact he is not a professor at Stanford.2 The TV ad had to be pulled off the air because of this misrepresentation.

Learn to Identify Shills and Front Groups

Miller also has a long history of defending toxic chemicals such as DDT, in addition to defending Big Tobacco. He’s even penned articles suggesting radioactive fallout might be beneficial for health, while claiming “Organic agriculture is to the environment what cigarette smoking is to human health” — apparently momentarily forgetting he’s defended the safety of cigarette smoking.3

The latest scandal showing Miller’s true colors happened in mid-August, when he was fired by Forbes magazine for submitting articles ghostwritten by Monsanto. The evidence4 against Miller emerged during the court-ordered discovery process of a class-action lawsuit against Monsanto by people who claim they developed Non-Hodgkin lymphoma as a result of glyphosate exposure (the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide, used by farmers and home gardeners alike).

The documents, more than 700 pages in all, were posted online by the law firm Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman.5 Faced with evidence they’d published material under Miller’s name that was in fact ghostwritten by Monsanto, Forbes not only fired Miller but also removed all of his work from their site. Some of the other nine physicians that signed the letter against Oz are also less than distinguished. As noted by U.S. Right to Know:6

“One was stripped of his medical license in New York and sent to federal prison camp for Medicaid fraud. Yet Dr. Gilbert Ross plays up his M.D. credentials in his role as acting president of [ACSH]. Ross was joined on the Columbia letter by ACSH board member Dr. Jack Fisher.

So what is ACSH? Though some reporters treat it as an independent science source, the group has been heavily funded by oil, chemical and tobacco companies, and has a long history of making inaccurate statements about science that directly benefit those industries — for example, claiming that secondhand smoke isn’t linked to heart attacks [or that] fracking doesn’t pollute water …

These facts are relevant in stories about scientific integrity. The scientific accuracy and motivations of the accusers matter when they are publicly challenging the scientific accuracy and motivations of somebody they are trying to get fired. We urge reporters and editors to take a closer look at the sources selling them story ideas, and to act as better watchdogs for the public interest.”

In short, the attack on Oz was orchestrated not by “concerned physicians” but rather by industry shills whose job it is to attack anyone who embraces a more natural approach to health and/or raise damning questions that might hurt the industry’s bottom-line.


Corporate Conflicts of Interest Killed Investigative Journalism

I interviewed Attkisson about her book, “Stonewalled” and the downfall and deterioration of true investigative journalism in 2015. I’ve included that interview again for your convenience. It delves a lot further into the issues brought up in her 10-minute TEDx Talk.

For example, direct-to-consumer drug advertising has created a situation where drug companies in particular wield enormous power over media. The industry spends billions of dollars each year on advertising, and this financial windfall is typically enough for any media outlet to bend to its advertisers’ whims and desires.

Attkisson refers to this as “soft censorship.” It’s when a media outlet’s sponsors wield power at the corporate level over the types of stories and topics journalists are allowed to cover, and the slant they must take when doing so. It’s important to realize that you simply will not get the truth from the media on certain topics for this very reason. 

My mission is to arm you with information that is not easily obtainable in the mainstream media about things that influence your health, for better or worse. All of my articles are carefully referenced and I rely on peer-reviewed published science and firsthand interviews with experts in various fields. My advice to you is to develop a keen eye for the hallmarks of astroturfing, and to dig deeper when faced with claims that “the science is settled.” More often than not, it’s anything but.

Can Adults Develop Food Allergies?

By Dr. Mercola

Most of the processed and packaged foods you find on your grocery store shelves are laden with additives, preservatives, colorings, flavorings and a number of other chemicals designed to make the product look and taste good. However, each of these additional chemicals increases your risk you’ll have an adverse reaction.

Food allergies are the fifth leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S.,1 and the number of people who suffer from them is on the rise. In the decade between 1997 and 2007, the incidence of food allergies rose by nearly 18 percent in children under 18.2 Today, nearly 1 in every 13 children has some type of food allergy.3

Some of the more common foods that spark an allergic reaction in children are nuts, soy, wheat, shellfish and milk. Why those particular foods are the leading triggers is still not fully understood. Dr. Kari Nadeau, director for the Stanford Alliance for Food Allergy Research, points out there is no one protein similar between the foods, and that 30 percent of people who do have food allergies often are allergic to more than one food in that group.4

Scientists have found that allergies may run in families, meaning there may be a genetic factor, as well as environmental factors in the development of food allergies. However, at this point, there is no complete answer as to why some people develop a highly sensitive reaction to some foods and others don’t. In the past, many of the cases of food allergies began in childhood, but today, it is not uncommon for those over 18 to develop an allergic reaction to foods, even those they have been eating their whole life.

Adult Onset Food Allergies Are Not Uncommon

Preliminary data from a national study shows that nearly 52 percent of Americans who have food allergies developed them after the age of 18.5 These same results showed that shellfish is the most common food allergy, followed by peanuts and then tree nuts, such as walnuts, pecans and cashews. Interestingly, when children are allergic to eggs, milk or wheat products, they may grow out of the reaction as they age. However, adults who develop a food allergy usually continue to suffer for the remainder of their life.

Dr. Ruchi Gupta, a food allergy researcher at Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, led this national study. She had found that in medical meetings around the world there appeared to be a higher number of adults reporting food allergies. However, as this was anecdotal evidence, Gupta and her team set out to quantify the information.6 The researchers surveyed over 40,000 adults from a national sample and found the foods that triggered allergic reactions in adults were the same as those affecting children.

Once the data was compiled, Gupta expressed interest in “why” adults develop food allergies. While gathering data from the sample, researchers asked the participants why they thought they had developed food allergies as an adult. The answers ranged from changing hormonal levels, moving to another area of the country or a viral illness.7 Gupta hopes to answer questions about why children maintain allergies through adulthood, and how adults are developing new ones, as these answers may have a significant public health impact.

The results of this study confirmed results of another study by FAIR Health that found a 377 percent jump in severe food reactions in the past decade.8 FAIR Health9 is a nonprofit, national repository of insurance claims data. The group looked through 24 billion insurance claims filed by 150 million people for diagnoses where anaphylaxis was caused by food reactions.

They discovered that not only had the number of individuals who experienced a severe food allergy jumped nearly fivefold from a decade ago, but nearly 25 percent of the claims were made in 2016.10 Another study by Food, Allergy, Research and Education (FARE), found that at least 15 percent of people who suffer from food allergies will develop them after age 18.11 Medical records of over 1,100 people diagnosed with food allergies were reviewed. The researchers found:12

  • The age of the first reaction peaked in the individual’s 30s
  • The older the person at the time of the first reaction, the more severe the reaction
  • A higher percentage were female
  • Approximately 16 percent were allergic to more than one food

Do You Have a Food Allergy or Food Intolerance?

There is a difference between allergic food reactions and food intolerances. Although some of the symptoms may be similar, the differences are very important. If you are intolerant to a food, you may be miserable for hours to days after eating.13 However, if you are allergic, it could lead to a life-threatening situation. A food intolerance occurs in the digestive tract, while a food allergy triggers a systemic immune response.

The job of your immune system is to identify foreign invaders, separate them and destroy them. When your immune system overreacts to food or other allergens, it can result in a systemic allergic reaction. During an allergic reaction, your immune system mistakenly identifies specific a molecule as dangerous and produces immunoglobulin E (IgE) in an effort to neutralize the threat.14 Researchers suggest that childhood food allergies might be prevented with prenatal or early postnatal strategies toward desensitization.

Symptoms of a food allergy include hives, swelling, nausea and vomiting.15 If it progresses to cause life-threatening symptoms such as difficulty breathing or a drop in your blood pressure, it is called anaphylaxis. Some allergic reactions are less obvious, especially in children. Colic, reflux, eczema and chronic diarrhea may be signs of a food allergy in young children. One study found that up to 50 percent of cases of eczema in young children are the result of a food allergy.16

Symptoms of a food intolerance may be the result of an inability to digest the food from an enzyme deficiency or sensitivity to any of the food additives or chemicals. Sometimes, if you are intolerant, you may be able to eat small amounts of the food without experiencing a reaction. However, if you have a food allergy, you aren’t able to eat any of the food without experiencing a reaction.17

A food intolerance does not involve the immune system and may be immediate or be triggered up to 20 hours after you’ve eaten the food. Symptoms of a food intolerance may be vague, such as bloating, passing gas, diarrhea or indigestion.  Another type of intolerance is called oral-allergy syndrome, during which you may get tingling or swelling around your mouth after eating some fruits and vegetables.18

This reaction is common in 50 to 75 percent of people who are allergic to birch tree pollen as the proteins in some fruits and vegetables are the same as those in the birch tree. Oral-allergy syndrome is a type of contact allergic reaction that usually appears immediately after eating the offending fruit or vegetable, does not usually lead to swelling of the throat and neck, and often disappears within hours.

Symptoms of Food Allergies May Not Be Obvious

In some instances, symptoms of a food allergy may not be as obvious as hives or swelling. For instance, an exercise-induced food allergy19 occurs when specific foods are eaten just before exercise, which may increase your potential for experiencing an allergic reaction, including serious or life-threatening reactions. Carefully track the foods you ate before the reaction and avoid them in the future. Not eating for two hours or more before exercise can help prevent this problem.

In many cases, gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms, such as bloating or gas, are related to a food intolerance. During a systemic immune response, histamine is released in your body. If the histamine is released to your skin, you develop hives that may progress to an anaphylactic response. However, if the histamine is released into your GI tract, it can cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain,20 in much the same way a food intolerance may present.

A rare food allergy to a protein in red meat may lead to GI symptoms, hives or anaphylactic shock.21 Many times, the allergic reaction is delayed by four to six hours, but not always. You may develop an allergic reaction to a protein molecule in red meat after being bitten by a Lone Star tick.22

In this case, something in the saliva of the tick prompts your body to create antibodies against galactose-alpha-1, 3-galactose carbohydrate molecule. Symptoms that develop after eating red meat include nausea, vomiting, stuffy nose, asthma or anaphylaxis. When you search medical studies in PubMed23 using the terms “food allergies” and “migraines” you are presented with over 150 studies associating migraine headaches with specific food allergies. Some of the top foods identified that induce migraines include:

Milk

Wheat

Yeast

Corn

Citrus

Cane sugar

Eggs

Grain cereals

The Number of Food Allergies Is on the Rise

Although the cause behind rising prevalence of adult-onset allergies is unknown, there may be several contributing factors. For example, there is a known association between food allergies and individuals with low levels of vitamin D.24 Since 75 percent of U.S. citizens are deficient in vitamin D,25 it makes sense the number of people suffering from food allergies is also rising.

In the past decade, food manufacturers have increased the number of additives, pesticides, herbicides and chemicals to packaged and whole foods, which also increases the number of potential allergens to which you are exposed at each meal. Genetic modification of foods may also increase the number of protein allergens found in plants, or create new ones.

Another common allergen that is added to many processed and packaged foods is soy. Although many Asian cultures eat soy each day in their diet, the soy they eat is fermented and quite unlike the soy fillers used in Western food. According to leading GMO expert, Jeffrey Smith:

“Levels of one known soy allergen, trypsin inhibitor, were up to seven times higher in cooked GM soy compared to cooked non-GM soy. Another study discovered a unique, unexpected protein in GM soy, likely to trigger allergies. In addition, of eight human subjects who had a skin-prick (allergy-type) reaction to GM soy, one did not also react to non-GM soy, suggesting that GM soy is uniquely dangerous.

… Documents made public from a lawsuit revealed that FDA scientists were uniformly concerned that GM foods might create hard-to-detect allergies, toxins, new diseases, and nutritional problems. Their urgent requests for required long-term feeding studies fell on deaf ears. The FDA doesn’t require a single safety test.”

Dr. Jonathan Hemler, pediatric allergy and immunology expert at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, commented on the rising number of children and adults with food allergies, saying:26

“We have noticed that the prevalence of food allergy has tripled in the last 20 to 30 years. It’s very concerning because we don’t really have a good explanation as to why this is happening. Along with the increase in food allergy, we’re also seeing more severe anaphylaxis events happening where adults have to go to the emergency room to get treatment.”

Protection Begins in Your Gut

Protection against developing a food allergy may begin with your intestinal flora. Many of the pesticides in use today have an antibiotic action, including the dangerous, damaging and ever-present glyphosate. A steady diet of chemicals that have a low dose antibiotic action may have a devastating effect on your gut microbiome and trigger the development of food allergies.

Your gut microbiome plays an important role in your immune system and has an effect on your mood, cognitive function and overall health. One common bacteria found in your gut microbiome, Clostridia, may help protect against the development of food allergies. However, when your gut is affected by antibiotic action from your foods or prescribed medications, it may increase your risk of allergic reactions.

In a study using mice, researchers were able to demonstrate a lack of Clostridia in the mouse gut increased the probability the mouse developed food allergies,27 and when the Clostridia was returned, the food allergies subsided.28 When tested against Bacteroides, another bacterium found in the gut, it was only the Clostridia that had an effect against food allergies. The researchers discovered the Clostridia produced a signaling molecule called interleukin-22, known to help reduce the permeability of your gut wall.

This means the bacteria reduced the potential for leaky gut or the condition that allows allergens to enter your bloodstream. This discovery may lead to a formulation of probiotics specifically to treat food allergies and reduce leaky gut syndrome. Disruption of your gut microbiome may be the result of your food choices, past medication, cesarean birth, formula feeding or modern hygienic practices.

Truly, anyone suffering from food sensitivities or allergies would be wise to reconsider the kinds of foods they eat. Ultimately, your best bet is to switch to an all-organic diet. This is particularly important for young children and pregnant women, but I really believe this is the answer for everyone, whether you’re prone to allergies or not.

Surviving a Systemic Allergic Reaction

Living with a food allergy may mean preparing to address anaphylactic shock if you unknowingly consume the wrong food. Although you may carry an auto-injector filled with epinephrine used to treat anaphylaxis, every reaction requires a trip to the Emergency Room.29 You may believe the epinephrine eliminated your symptoms, but you also have the risk of a rebound anaphylactic reaction once the effects of the epinephrine wear off. The injection is just part of the treatment as you may have more than one reaction.

If you or someone you’re with appears to be having an anaphylactic reaction with symptoms of difficulty breathing, hives, swelling of the tongue or throat, change in voice quality or weak and rapid pulse,30 there are steps you can take to help increase the potential for survival:31

  • Immediately call your local emergency medical phone number; 911 in the U.S. Do not hesitate to call as emergency personnel would rather evaluate you and send you home than to find you have died at home.
  • If you or the person you are with is carrying an emergency epinephrine pen, use it immediately.
  • The person having the reaction should lie quietly until emergency personnel arrive.
  • Loosen tight clothing, cover with a blanket and lie on the left side, so aspiration of stomach contents into the lungs is prevented if vomiting occurs.
  • If the person you’re with stops breathing and no longer responds, start CPR. Do uninterrupted chest compressions, approximately 100 per minute, until the paramedics arrive.

Messages from the Cosmos while grocery shopping…

Denice: Energy is interesting today feels like we are waiting for someone to flip the switch LOL

Terran: Hearther is feeling that everything is done. I Don’t know how the case winds down exactly.

Denice: ???

Denice: Sounds wonderful!

Denice: It feels done!

Terran: Heather and I went to Costco for groceries, there was a woman giving out cranberry walnut bread. The bread was dry.

Terran: She had a big Pyrex bowl of whipped butter with one of those cake frosting spatulas.

Terran: I reach for the handle to butter it

Terran: The sample lady looks in horror as I touch the handle! She says in great disdain “now I have the sterilize this!”  I’m thinking she’s just going to get a new spatula but she takes the whole large pyrex bowl back to the costco bakery area!

Terran: I’m thinking “that’s a bit of an overreaction!”

Denice: Lol!

Terran: She disappears with the bowl

Denice: Lol! Man germs! 😉 Ha ha!

Terran: While that’s going An older man (in his 70s) says to Heather “I am Rex”

Terran: Heather thinks to herself “of course you are!” 

[an entity called Rex has come around several times in dreams and other circumstances with numerous people we know and don’t know.  My first encounter with Rex was during a dream on the first trip to Tangier in spring of 2013.   Rex busted into my dream through a hole in my dream (something that beings rarely do! He’s a bold one!), and said to me “its really nice you want to be Eternal Essensce, that’s really good in fact, but you should know you will lose your man bits!”.  I was baffled by the dream but when I related it to Heather, it sent Heather into a fit of giggles, she had many encounters with him, and she said to me “Is there any limitations on All that IS?”.  And the answer of course was obvious, there is none, and no loss of “man bits”, were required! LOL.  ]

Denice: ?

Denice: ?

Terran: “Rex” so wants to chat with her and tells her about his grandmothers squash pie which he says is “like pumpkin but better!” And it’s like he’s been dying to finally have this chat with her and they have this lovely chat for about 15 minutes, its like he knew both of us very well!  It was like a conversation on two levels about the subject of Thanksgiving day.

Terran: Then the sample lady returns with another bowl of whipped butter!  I am bewildered by the sample lady and not catching all the conversation with Rex.

Denice: ??

Terran: A woman customer approaches the sample lady and starts to do the same I do and the woman says “you can’t touch that I’ll have to throw it all out!”  I mean really, who eats cranberry walnut bread without a bit of butter?

Denice: Ha ha!!!

Terran: It was as well if the saleswoman represented the commerce based government systems, so caught up in rules and procedures and completely ignoring her potential sales of cranberry walnut bread.

Denice: Oooh

Terran: Then when we got through the Costco check out line, the lady had a name tag saying Genevieve  (the name means: Of the race of women).

Denice: Hmm

Terran: Heather comments on the name “of course your name is Genevieve!” And she was this fun lively checkout woman that we bantered back and forth with…  All this set up a chain of cosmic humor and messages from the cosmos….

Denice: Cute!! You guys are having so much fun!!!!

Terran: We then go to Target to get Judy’s kryptonite, a 4 pack of tic tacs.  Costco didn’t have any.

Terran: Heather was walking around Target with her i-phone ear buds on.  She had this song pop up on her phone and play while we were in Target ? it’s not on her phone… she got a little spacey after that…  Back in 2011 and 2012 when I was in the hospital I had my i-phone 4 play songs I didn’t have but it hasn’t happened to me in a long while.

Terran: https://youtu.be/X4xzVN5AUrU

Terran: She said it doesn’t happen often

Terran: She calls it i-radio too

Denice: ??

Terran: Heather then got a big download of energies and was looking a bit spacey.   So we stopped at Starbucks…

Terran:  Most women love shoes, but Heather loves boots.  The woman in front of us had these nice grey low top boots with grey bows on the outsides.  It was her boots that first got Heather’s attention. She was an attractive thin woman in ivory colored outfit, about 5′ 6″ tall (165 cm).

Terran: Heather saw something on her phone. The woman had written on her phone to her friend “what’s a praecipe? I’ve never heard of it before!”  She sensed Heather was looking over she shoulder (Heather about a head taller than the woman) and she quickly backspaced over the text she was writing. The woman was either from the courts or the FBI and was watching both of us very intently, but not in a menacing way.

Terran: We then sat outside under a sun umbrella and enjoyed our coffees.   I had a feeling Heather was not hearing much of what I was saying… so I asked her what she was feeling…  said “the perfection of it all”… she said new frequencies are coming in and they are beautiful. She also said “they are new but also familiar in other streams of consciousness” (what some call realms or dimensions).

Terran: Then Heather said to me, “We should get Judy and all go bowling tonight!”  I said “Heather what about the court curfew?”…. she had moved to a place in that moment where all this was no longer even an issue… but I reminded her that for the moment it is because of her agreement with the Judge, until this is wrapped up and dismissed.

Denice: KP phoned. He has been checking in a lot. He is really feeling the frequencies.

Denice: Gosh things feel amazing!!!!!!

Terran: After I got home, I took a nap while Judy and Heather were chatting on the back porch.

Terran: I was getting “I-Tweets” in my sleep.

Denice: Lol

Denice: Do tell?

Denice: Or private I tweets? Lol

Terran: I first got this message that “nobody will understand how this message that fits the situation so perfectly.  It was as if I was looking at Twitter but couldn’t see the words.  So I felt the words very deeply in my dream to pull them in….each was separate tweet in the dream…

Terran: “It ended in Tennessee”

Terran: “If you could see what I see”

Terran: “And see what Is”

Terran: “There is no truth”

Terran: “There is no lies”

Terran; “Only experience”

[Truth comes through perception, it differs by individual perspective from WHAT IS]

Denice: ???? whoa!!! (To paraphrase Shawn!) ???

Denice: Okay…   here is something… right this very now I am aware of the most amazing, pure, and precious love flowing… Sweet, soft, gentle…

Denice: And I’m hearing this on the i-radio [Denice’s i-radio comes over her galactic transceiver in her ear]


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-FlSP0wsF5U

Denice: Wow!

Denice: Yes, this is certainly not for me

Denice: It is for ALL and by ALL?

Denice: ?

Terran: Heather, just now (Thursday evening) and said she was getting a few words from other streams of consciousness to describe what she’s feeling of the energies coming in:

“The energies are new here”

“But familar in other streams of consciousness” 

“and it’s permanent”

Denice: Whoa!!!

Denice: Ok, so this moment I would say these energies are “authentic infant”

Denice: If that makes sense. It feels to me like the moment I held my babies immediately after birth.

Denice: My eyes are watering. Beautiful?

Denice: ?

Denice: ?Permanent feels exactly accurate ?

Magnets, all the way down!

In many ways, magnets are still mysterious. They get their (often powerful) effects from the microscopic interactions of individual electrons, and from the interplay between their collective behavior at different scales. But if you can’t move these electrons around to study how factors like symmetry impact the larger-scale magnetic effects, what can you do instead?

It turns out that assemblies of metallic nanoparticles, which can be carefully arranged at multiple length scales, behave like bulk magnets and display intriguing, shape-dependent behavior. The effects, reported this week in the Journal of Applied Physics, from AIP Publishing, could help improve high-density information storage and spintronics technologies.

“The work was inspired by the question [of] how the magnetic interaction between nanoparticles influences the magnetic behavior of the system as a whole, since such array structures are used, for example, in high density storage media,” said Alexander Fabian, lead author of the study from Justus-Liebig University Giessen in Germany. “To study the influence of [the] shape of the nanoparticle assemblies, as well as the distance between them, we came up with the idea of a hierarchical design of the samples where the corresponding parameters can be varied systematically.”

The round, metallic Fe304 nanocomponents Fabian and his colleagues used in their study were arranged to form differing shapes at three different length scales. Using electron beam lithography, a modernized lithography method that uses electrons to write the desired structure, they configured the nanoparticles into closely-packed shapes, such as triangles, with one side measuring about 10 particles in length. A shaped grid of the smaller-scale configurations, spaced approximately one micron apart, comprised the third hierarchy of the length scales.

“For the preparation of the samples we used lithographic methods, which allow the precise control of the distance and the shape of the nanoparticle assemblies,” Fabian said. “For each of the three hierarchical levels, there are two contributions, namely the lattice-like part and the shape-like part. The high number of possibilities in sample design makes this a challenging aspect to find systems with the most promising physical properties.”

The shapes configured at each (sub-)scale were chosen based on their relative symmetries, so as to isolate the effects measured to their causal dimensional scale.

“The symmetries of the lattice and the shapes were here chosen to not interfere with each other. For example, the circular shaped assemblies were combined with different types of lattices,” Fabian said. “Assemblies of different shapes, such as triangles, squares or circles, exhibit an angle-dependence of the magnetic anisotropy (direction dependence) corresponding to the shape of the assembly.”

With these clever designs, the group was able to demonstrate a large-scale magnet, built from the nanoparticle up. Although their structures acted like bulk ferromagnets, the precise measurements surprised them.

“Our results show that on the chosen length scales, only the shape of the assemblies influences the magnetic behavior, revealing that the assemblies of nanoparticles behave like a single bulk ferromagnet.” Fabian said. “Most surprisingly was that the particles seem to behave like a bulk ferromagnet, but with a different magnetization value than that for bulk material, which is an interesting point for future investigations.”

Experiments like these can offer valuable, fundamental insight to the latest magnetics-dependent technologies, which make up much of the electronics market. But more fundamentally, these nanoscopically bottom-up approaches are demonstrating controllable means of probing the fundamental fibers comprising bulk and collective electromagnetic properties.

“From a fundamental point of view, it is very interesting to investigate nano systems like nanoparticles. Since they can be fabricated in a very controlled manner, they can also be studied in a systematic approach. Properties of the nanoparticles different from the bulk, or even new properties like superparamagnetism, in nanoparticles make them also interesting for fundamental research.”


AL-FRANCOEUR-MAGNETISM-3D-MASTER-768x1014 Magnets, all the way down!

“Electricity, Gravity, Magnetism & Singularity/Ed Gray Motors” by Al Francoeur

There are many examples throughout nature where mirrored symmetry appears at the micro level up to the size of galaxies. The division line is very similar to the neutral line or Bloch Wall of a magnet. This is the premise of much of the model that Al Francoeur has been working on in relation to explaining how he believes the Ed Gray power supply works.

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Journal Reference:

  1. Alexander Fabian, Matthias T. Elm, Detlev M. Hofmann and Peter J. Klar. Hierarchical structures of magnetic nanoparticles for controlling magnetic interactions on three different length scalesJournal of Applied Physics, June 2017 DOI: 10.1063/1.4984201
(Source: sciencedaily.com; June 14, 2017; http://bit.ly/2rrCfr8)