Tag : Faith

What Human Creates and the Sense of Proportion

Relying in particular on an abusive extrapolation of a certain interpretation of experiments in quantum mechanics (according to the Copenhagen interpretation), some people come to consider that the Observer influences (or even creates) the world just by his way of observing it. And some of them believe that they are God. These are theories and beliefs like the others, but some of these theories and beliefs are highly disconnected from objective reality. In other words, they are more about mental illusion than realism. As for the human being and what he can create, if we do not want to be content with fabrications and rambling, we will gain from acquiring and, above all, demonstrating a certain sense of proportion. To assess its place and capabilities in the universe, Human can start considering his size in relation to the universe. A human being is usually a little less than two meters in size and sometimes a little more, whereas planet Earth itself has a diameter of about 12,750,000 meters, or 6 million times more. This is roughly the proportion of sizes between Man and a virus. And so, from a certain point of view, the human being is a virus for…

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The Sight, the Vision and the Life

The life of a human being is largely conditioned by what he perceives, then by the way he reacts to it (physically, emotionally and mentally ...) according to his personality and character, and finally according to the internal representation of himself and the universe. This representation tends to guide its actions and choices in all areas of existence: family, professional, social, leisure, economic, educational, cultural, religious ... Through sight and its other senses, the individual perceives his environment both externally and internally. He obtains a more or less subjective vision that is strongly dependent on his point of view or observation, on the more or less restricted (or, on the contrary, broader) angle under which he observes, on his more or less strong ability to move from a point of observation to another to fill blind spots ... He then reacts to what he perceives more or less quickly and fast, according to his memory references, the degree of danger that this may represent, and the affinities or not this can have with him on one level or another (genetic, sensory, psychic, psychological, emotional, mental, etc.). And finally, as he does not only have the consciousness of a bird or…

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What Would It Take To Build A World Without Globalists?

You can bet that whenever you find people analyzing the root of a problem you will also find other people trying to derail those efforts with dishonest arguments. For reasons that we can guess at but are rarely able to confirm, there are some folks out there that get rather agitated at constructive discussion among their fellow humans. One of the most common tactics for hijacking the discussion of a problem is to suggest that it is “all pointless” unless those same people can offer a grand solution to the problem. This is Alinsky-style disruption 101.

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The Corrupt System Will Never Police Itself

False hope breeds crippling apathy – This is what I have to think to myself when I see the news media fervor over the second arrest of (alleged) billionaire Jefferey Epstein, or similar events which in most cases end up fading into the background and forgotten. The public's favorite distraction has always been to watch high profile people kicked out of their castles in the clouds, but I would point out that even when the globalists sacrifice one of their own in the public eye it is usually only to satiate the masses and their hunger for justice for a very short time. The system is not designed to root out evil; it is designed to obscure and perpetuate evil.

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The 5G War — Technology Versus Humanity

5G relies primarily on the bandwidth of the millimeter wave, known to cause a painful burning sensation. It’s also been linked to eye and heart problems, suppressed immune function, genetic damage and fertility problems FCC admits no 5G safety studies have been conducted or funded by the agency or telecom industry, and that none are planned The FCC has been captured by the telecom industry, which in turn has perfected the disinformation strategies employed by the tobacco industry before it Persistent exposures to microwave frequencies like those from cellphones can cause mitochondrial dysfunction and nuclear DNA damage from free radicals produced from peroxynitrite Excessive exposures to cellphones and Wi-Fi networks have been linked to chronic diseases such as cardiac arrhythmias, anxiety, depression, autism, Alzheimer’s and infertility

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Technological Dependence And The End Of Freedom

Author: Brandon Smith Technology can be dazzling but also debilitating to real human progress, and when I say “progress” I do not mean advancements in the world of machines but advancements in the world of people, and one does not necessarily lead to the other. First, I fully recognize that whenever anyone attempts to criticize technological innovation they take the risk of being labeled a “crackpot” or an “outdated fossil”, a barbaric relic of a foregone era. However, this attitude is an ignorant one. It assumes that the path we are on as a species is one of perpetual improvement as long as we continue to follow the great technology god; but what if this assumption is completely wrong? What if we are actually devolving rather than evolving? I'm not here to grunt and shake my spear at the wheel and the combustion engine and the programmable computer – I like all these things. But, what I don't like is the dark future I see when humanity turns machinery into a great metal, polymer and digital “nurse maid” and we lose our ability to take care of ourselves. Dependency is the cornerstone of slavery, and our civilization is becoming increasingly…

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Prominent Biochemistry Professor Warns – 5g Is The ‘STUPIDEST Idea In The History Of The World’

Prominent Biochemistry Professor Warns – 5g Is The ‘STUPIDEST Idea In The History Of The World’ February 20, 2019 Terence Newton, Staff WriterWaking Times The international rollout of fifth generation wireless technology (5G) is well underway despite increasingly vocal opposition from scientists and medical professionals, who are desperately trying to warn us of the well-documented dangers of 5G. The government and industries involved in the 5G rollout are have zero concern for public safety, because the technology promises to be exceptionally profitable, while also forcing everyone everywhere into the emerging technocracy. Adding to the voices of dissent is Martin L. Pall, PhD and Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences at Washington State University. In a study and presentation, he takes a closer look at 5G technology, and issues a major warning for all of us. “Putting in tens of millions of 5G antennae without a single biological test of safety has got to be about the stupidest idea anyone has had in the history of the world.” Martin L. Pall, PhD The report offer 4 explanations for why 5G is significantly more dangerous than earlier generations of wireless technology, noting? 5G is predicted to be particularly dangerous for each of four different…

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THE PRISONER SAYS NO TO BIG BROTHER

Author: John PILGER THE PRISONER SAYS NO TO BIG BROTHER 4 March 2019 John PILGERImage © George Burchett 2019 John Pilger invokes George Orwell in calling on his compatriots to stand up for the freedom of 'a distinguished Australian', the founder and editor of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and for 'real journalism of a kind now considered exotic'... Whenever I visit Julian Assange, we meet in a room he knows too well. There is a bare table and pictures of Ecuador on the walls. There is a bookcase where the books never change. The curtains are always drawn and there is no natural light. The air is still and fetid. This is Room 101. Before I enter Room 101, I must surrender my passport and phone. My pockets and possessions are examined. The food I bring is inspected. The man who guards Room 101 sits in what looks like an old-fashioned telephone box. He watches a screen, watching Julian. There are others unseen, agents of the state, watching and listening. Cameras are everywhere in Room 101. To avoid them, Julian manoeuvres us both into a corner, side by side, flat up against the wall. This is how we catch up: whispering…

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The MANY Methods of Mind Manipulation . . . a Worldwide Operation

The MANY Methods of Mind Manipulation . . . a Worldwide Operation A “profane” or materialistic view of telepathy became commonplace after World War II. Just as new mathematical models and theories of physics had been brought to bear on development of the atomic bomb, so too new tools were brought to bear on the human mind. Just as Cold War scientists raced to design rocket engines and missile technologies that would give their country superiority on the nuclear battlefield, so too did scientists rush to develop ever more complex and thorough models of the human brain. They literally began to see the brain as a mental battlefield. Implicit within this Cold War race to acquire brain “technology” was the crude assumption that the human mind could be mechanically “modeled” or understood as an artificial construct. The brain began to be viewed as a complex “thinking machine” or computer that could be analyzed, broken into component parts, and back-engineered. Within this context, telepathy began to be seen as an exotic form of mental radio transmission, only one of many communication functions performed by the mental machine. Communication per se was nothing new. But technicians became fascinated by the potential to communicate…

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Medical Doctor of 50 Years: Current Measles Hysteria Not Based on Science but “Scientism,” a Quasi-religious Faith in Vaccines

Dr. Richard Moskowitz has been a licensed physician since 1967. He received his B.A. from Harvard in 1959, Phi Beta Kappa, Cum Laude in General Studies (Biochemical Sciences). He received his M.D. from New York University in 1963. After finishing a Graduate Fellowship in Philosophy at the University of Colorado, he completed his internship at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Denver. In 2015 when the first measles hysteria broke out in the corporate media, Dr. Moskowitz was gracious enough to allow us to republish his article, The Case Against Immunizations, which remains one of the most brilliant pieces of writing on the topic we have ever published, drawing upon his knowledge of the subject, as well as decades of clinical medical practice. Dr. Moskowitz has just written another article on the subject of “measles outbreaks” in 2019, and the renewed call for mandatory vaccinations. He exposes the fallacy that the “science is settled” when it comes to measles and vaccines:

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This Thing you Cannot Cheat on

With their inventiveness, perhaps not always very healthy and constructive, human beings have managed to cheat on many things: on the amount of gold they possessed, covering for example lead with a thin gold leaf ; on gasoline to which water can be added at the risk of having to clean the carburetor; on the ground beef that can be substituted for skin, beet juice, crushed bones and fat without giving it the proper taste, but this substitute can still be passed on to poor people who have never before eaten real steak ... However, there is one thing on which it will probably never be possible to cheat, it is with energy. We can cheat on energy sources (e.g. gasoline), but not on energy itself. With a vehicle of given weight, shape and engine, you always need the same amount of fuel to bring it from point A to point B. A particular human being must always spend the same amount of energy to climb to the top of a mountain or to climb the stairs of a specific skyscraper, as long as it retains the same body weight and clothing. If they are only provided with half of…

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Taking Control of our Health

In the face of the disease, one can adopt at least two different approaches. The first is to see it as a calamity, a misfortune that falls on us, and often therefore something that we will seek to fight and overcome. Fear then often directs both the eventual healing process and the vision of the disease. And when it does, it tends to delay the recovery of health and balance. The second one conceives the disease as the result of causes caused essentially by the patient himself, including in the case of diseases for which bacteria, viruses or microscopic fungi are involved, whether they are considered contagious or not. These causes may include: mental ones, such as spending time brooding black, pessimistic or negative ideas, or indulging in a negative image of oneself; emotional, by repression or on the contrary by the excess of certain emotions during a more or less long period; vital, especially for lack of rest and sleep, or overwork; and physical, through poor nutrition, poisoning, overexposure to certain environmental factors (sun, pulsed electromagnetic waves, humidity, cold, etc.), lack of exercise ... In the first case, patients or future patients most often rely on the conventional medical…

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Cold

Could the climate be related to some of our health problems, especially to colds and flu? Materialistic science, generally seeking immediate and tangible causes, concluded in recent years in the negative. For it, illnesses such as colds and flu come only from microbes when it's not from quarter crobes (bad pun). Is science always right? Has it ever been wrong? Has not it already, and even on many occasions, abandoned or transformed its theories? Has it not already, especially in the field of health, sometimes turned back? Let us consider only the examples of fat and sugar in relation to cardiovascular diseases, to get an idea of ​​the non-definitive character of scientific statements. Like many fields and individuals, science evolves. Not to do so often implies disappearance or death. If an individual or a science wants to survive, they must adapt, evolve according to new conditions and new data. To return more specifically to the problem of colds and flu, many people have unfortunately found that they tended to catch them especially in winter or after a cold, or in times of great fatigue or overwork. Does the presence of microbes alone be the explanation? Or does the terrain, the…

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Stop Feeding the Beast

The Beast, aka the System in which we live, feeds on our excessive consumption, our emotional outbursts, our desires, our fears and our divisions and conflicts. It has survived globally for centuries or even millennia thanks to our ignorance. Many of us are even unaware of our existence, unaware of living in an unnatural, artificial system. Yet, if we ever have to live on a truly new world, renovated, regenerated, healed, in good health ... we will have to let the Beast die of hunger. And for that we must stop feeding it permanently. (coming from: http://pngimg.com/imgs/fantasy/dragon/) Here is a sample of actions that can be taken individually and collectively to stop feeding this system: To stop our overconsumption and useless consumption from the point of view of the human and planetary health: no longer drink alcohol;stop smoking tobacco;stop taking drugs;do not buy cell phones and recycle the cell phone (s) we may have (the function of a phone is to phone, play, text or go to the Internet. Cell phones, like Wi-Fi, rely on harmful technology. See here. Classic wired phones are not harmful to your health and are enough to phone. Use our memory to record the shopping…

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Harmful effects of pulsed waves (Wi-Fi, cell phones, smart meters …)

In parallel with the exponential growth of mobile telephony and the use of Wi-Fi, medicine is also seeing such growth in various health problems. It remains to be determined with sufficient probity whether there is a cause and effect relationship between the two. Such a link has already been suspected for several decades. And it will be up to everyone to choose whether they prefer to continue using or not using such technologies. Those working for the big business of telecommunication and computer science generally refuse to admit the slightest negative effect of pulsed electromagnetic waves and microwaves on the health of human beings (and living beings in general). For this, they consider only the thermal effects of these waves used for the telecommunication of digital information (Wi-Fi, telephony, smart meters, Bluetooth ...). They ignore, knowingly or unknowingly, the other effects (apart from the ionizing effects that do not normally occur with the carrier waves used, often in the microwave frequency band). Physics has made it possible to know the ionizing effects of very high frequency and highly penetrating electromagnetic rays such as X-rays, gamma rays and cosmic rays. These rays easily alter the DNA of living beings and are…

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Why France’s Yellow Vest Protests Have Been Ignored by “the Resistance” in the U.S.

Source: The Unz Review MAX PARRY • JANUARY 2, 2019 • 3,400 WORDS • 85 COMMENTS “The rich are only defeated when running for their lives.”— C.L.R. James, The Black Jacobins In less than two months, the yellow vests (“gilets jaunes”) movement in France has reshaped the political landscape in Europe. For a seventh straight week, demonstrations continued across the country even after concessions from a cowed President Emmanuel Macron while inspiring a wave of similar gatherings in neighboring states like Belgium and the Netherlands. Just as el-Sisi’s dictatorship banned the sale of high-visibility vests to prevent copycat rallies in Egypt, corporate media has predictably worked overtime trying to demonize the spontaneous and mostly leaderless working class movement in the hopes it will not spread elsewhere. The media oligopoly initially attempted to ignore the insurrection altogether, but when forced to reckon with the yellow vests they maligned the incendiary marchers using horseshoe theory to suggest a confluence between far left and far right supporters of Jean-Luc Mélenchon and Marine Le Pen. To the surprise of no one, mainstream pundits have also stoked fears of ‘Russian interference’ behind the unrest. We can assume that if the safety vests were ready-made off the assembly line of NGOs like the raised fist flags of…

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The Major Challenge Of Our Time

For several years (or decades), our time has been shaken by a global crisis that can be compared to that of the transition from adolescence to adulthood. And if each crisis, individual or collective, can be compared to the crossing of a door to the unknown, it remains to know which door will choose the Humanity and what is the nature of the corresponding stake. Is the latter economic, social, cultural, political … (Source: RACEBAITR) Each crisis experienced by an individual or a group is an opportunity to learn a lesson in life and thus come out of it in one way or another. Each of them usually requires the abandonment of a certain comfort (physical, emotional or intellectual …) or a level of security or certainty. It often requires challenging beliefs and habits. Whether individually bereavement, job loss, serious illness, divorce … or collectively a civil war, an epidemic, a war, 'a revolution, a natural disaster … or even the establishment by the elites of their New World Order, the crisis, to be solved constructively and definitively requires the best of the Human It is only by appealing to our finest qualities, our greatest skills and our sense of…

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Note on the Great Debate

The great national debate (in France) To depend on a great debate organized by the Power in place, this to hope to leave the System, is totally illusory. This is on the contrary a way to stay in the nets of the latter. And this one is organized in such a way that we cannot leave it without accepting great insecurity, uncertainty, the renunciation of material comfort and the abandonment of the marks of "modernity". The workings of the System make us otherwise very dependent. No longer feeding him, if necessary by refusing to pay his taxes, is indeed a risk to go through the Prison box The rich elites have managed to build a System that virtually controls every aspect of our lives: it manages our health by the obligation of vaccination, the Social Security, the medical prescriptions, medical records …; it program our studies through the educational system, exams, competitions and diplomas …; it forces us to have a bank account to receive a salary and now for most financial transactions; he claims filling in "official" documents to build or to destroy a particular house, to be the tenant of an apartment, to own a dog or a…

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Europe’s Valley of the Fallen: Reflections on Franco, Feminism and the End of Man

International Women’s Day has become more militant in recent years. As European civilisation enters a period of terminal crisis, feminism and gender confusion have become the key components of class dictatorship. We have returned to the chaos of the Fall; except in this episode, Eve kills Adam, blocking out all hope of salvation. On 8 March, International Women’s Day, I visited the Valle de los Caídos – the Valley of the Fallen, in San Lorenzo de El Escorial, outside Madrid. A gigantic 500 ft Cross stands on the cupola of a basilica carved into the Sierra de Guadarrama mountains. Carved out of a ridge of granite rock, the Basílica de la Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caídos( Basilica of the Holy Cross of the Valley of the Fallen) is one of the wonders of the world.

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The Next Stage Of The Engineered Global Economic Reset Has Arrived

By Brandon Smith When discussing the fact that globalists often deliberately engineer economic crisis events, certain questions inevitably arise. The primary question being “Why would the elites ruin a system that is already working in their favor...?” The answer is in some ways complicated because there are multiple factors that motivate the globalists to do the things they do. However, before we get into explanations we have to understand that this kind of question is rooted in false assumptions, not logic. The first assumption people make is that that current system is the ideal globalist system – it's not even close. When studying globalist literature and white papers, from Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, to H.G. Wells' book The New World Order and his little known film Things To Come, to Manly P. Hall's collection of writings titled 'The All Seeing Eye', to Carol Quigley's Tragedy And Hope, to the Club Of Rome documents, to Zbigniew Brzezinski's Between Two Ages, to former UN Director Robert Muller's Good Morning World documents, to Henry Kissinger's Assembly Of A New World Order, to the IMF and UN's Agenda 2030, to nearly every document on globalization that is published by the Council on Foreign…

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