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Finally, there’s documented medical proof that electromagnetic hypersensitivity is a real-time health issue that actually can be verified using standard medical procedures and testing capabilities.
An international group of researchers aced it when they published their findings from the clinical study “Metabolic and Genetic Screening of Electromagnetic Hypersensitive Subjects as a Feasible Tool for Diagnostics and Intervention” in the November 2014 issue of Mediators of Inflammation.
Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity from Microwave Technology Finally Medically Proven
The advancement of the Technology Age continues, and with it stunning discoveries and a plethora of new capabilities. But all of this advancement is also coming at a price and that is this: many human activities are becoming obsolete, and that includes jobs. What’s the next phase then, of human development and, more importantly, employment?
The era of most humans being employed is nearly over… What happens next?
Humans are being disposed of. If anyone thinks that when robots take over everything that ‘the useless eaters’ – as Kissinger called human beings -will be allowed to lounge around with their every need supplied they’d better wake up quick. The more automation the less people needed, the less needs to be made, the less jobs, the less need for human beings… recurring. The aim is for a few slave human beings for entertainment and sustenance …and that dark goal is much closer than people realise. In fact a great many are helping it along. – Ellis
Unfortunately, the recent, bloody, false flag attacks in Paris and Mali may well be just the first in a series of ugly events that will transpire in the coming days, weeks and months.
In fact, much worse may lie ahead. I wish it were not so, but the world has arrived at a dangerous pass and those who would malevolently rule the Earth, are, well, very malevolent. They are ruthless, endlessly ambitious, cruel, wicked and heartless; they kill and maim without remorse or compunction.
Who Let The Demons Out?
The 11.5 and 11.3 0n the arrows’ flights (false flags) on the Economist cover, read: ‘1 ISIL 3’, or ISIL wrapped in 13, or you could say par is. There’s a bullet laying next to the 11.5 one, between the two arrows, where 11.4 would be. The date of the Paris attacks was an 11-4 date, Numerosymbologically. When you look at the arrows they portray illusions. Arrows don’t pierce granite. Their reflections are not reflections at all. The one on the left actually shows that it is a rifle barrel and the bullet has been fired from it; the right one intrudes on the arrow’s shaft. Of course the illusionist (David Blain) is pictured next to a terrorist/special forces (who is looking into the distance the other way through an 8-instrument. The year is an 8. Paris is an 8). Interesting that there is a pig flying from David Cameron. – Ellis
Back in 1985, hikers climbing Argentina’s Aconcagua mountain stumbled upon a ghastly surprise: the frozen corpse of a 7-year-old boy. It was apparent that he’d been there for a long time, so the hikers notified archaeologists, who carefully excavated the body. They determined that the Aconcagua boy, as he came to be known, was sacrificed as part of an Incan ritual 500 years ago and had been naturally mummified by the mountain’s cold, dry environment. Now, a new analysis of the Aconcagua boy’s mitochondrial DNA reveals that he belonged to a population of native South Americans that all but disappeared after the Spanish conquest of the New World.
Inca child mummy reveals lost genetic history of South America
Normally I’m reluctant to engage in psychologizing. It’s impolite to presume knowledge of other people’s subconscious minds and to infer motivations that are supposedly hidden even from the persons under consideration. Besides, psychologizing is a double-edged sword; the people we’re analyzing can always come back with none-too-flattering assertions about our own subconscious motivations. As a debating tactic, a way of scoring points, psychologizing is both counterproductive and unfair.
Still, there are some disagreements where the psychology of the participants plays such a large role that it simply must be acknowledged. To pretend it’s not a factor is dishonest. The never-ending debate between proponents of psi and Skeptics is one such case.
Skepticism on the couch
I’m speaking at New Horizons next Monday, 30th November.
This talk contains (potentially – depending upon the listeners’ perception and subsequent actions) the simplest, and most revealing and empowering means of gaining empowering insights into life in this world that you will ever hear.