‘SCORPIONS, COBWEBS & SPHERES – ONGOING ACTIVITY IN POWYS’
27th NOVEMBER 2018
Mike Freebury was born and brought up near Birmingham. In 2000 he began his investigation into the Dartmoor Ponies incident and has continued in this difficult field of research ever since. Mike has given numerous talks on the animal mutilation problem and his book, ‘Killers on the Moor’, is not only his first book, but also the first book to deal exclusively with animal mutilations in the UK. Tonight he will be talking about the strange lights photographed over a mountainside in Mid-Wales.
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Study links statins to 300 plus adverse health effects…..
History is a Lie, We’ve Been Set Up…..
Tracing the dragon playlist…..
The Esoteric Alphabet…..
Foundlings and the Orphan Train…..
Anonymous blows lid off huge psyop in Europe and it’s funded by UK & US…..
Sleep Paralysis – A Personal Odyssey into an Apparently Paranormal Experience…..
“Peer Reviewed:” Science Losing Credibility As Large Amounts Of Research Shown To Be False…..
Steering Clear of the Tatosphere of Christmas!…..
Check out the Alternative News Project – from Nexus Magazine – when you visit this blog. You’ll find it in the right-hand column. It’s updated very frequently.
The Facts:A new study outlines how statins have been approved for use via deception. Not all information has been disclosed from clinical trials, and statistics have been used to cover up the seriousness of the adverse reactions that are caused by statins.
Reflect On:With so many examples of scientific fraud that have been exposed, why is the medical industry able to operate the way it does? Massive amounts of false information and deception have been used to “educate” doctors as well as their educators.
A study recently published in the BMJ Open Journal really put a damper on industry-recommended treatment of high cholesterol, if indeed high cholesterol is still seen as a problem at all. If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years writing about both health and politics, it’s that most of our global resources and all of the major industries that seem to surround all aspects of humanity, are in fact creating problems in order to justify the solution. Are we seeing this with health and food?
The study found that High LDL-C (cholesterol) is inversely associated with mortality in most people over 60. These findings did not corroborate the cholesterol hypothesis: that cholesterol, particularly LDL-C, is inherently atherogenic. Since elderly people with high LDL-C live as long or longer than those with low LDL-C, the analysis provides a reason to question the validity of the cholesterol hypothesis.
Study links statins to 300 plus adverse health effects
…and people still aren’t connecting the dots re Earth Energy currents (dragons) and the work that is being done to discover, heal and document them. Perhaps this latest from Max Igan will help.
Were letter symbols really originated solely to accommodate varieties in the expression of sounds?
If not, then what is the real meaning behind the letter shapes we use and what story do they and their sequence tell? Could their design and meter carry an underlying message?
Who was it that designed the English alphabet and its letters? Who was it who added and subtracted its letters and what was the purpose?
The Esoteric Alphabet- Introduction
Anonymous has published documents which it claims have unearthed a massive UK-led psyop to create a “large-scale information secret service” in Europe – all under the guise of countering “Russian propaganda.”
In a document dump on November 5, the group exposed the UK-based ‘Integrity Initiative’, said to have been established by the ominously titled Institute for Statecraft in 2015.
The main objective is “to provide a coordinated Western response to Russian disinformation and other elements of hybrid warfare.” The Institute for Statecraft is affiliated with the NATO HQ Public Diplomacy Division and the Home Office-funded ‘Prevent’ program, so objectivity is, of course, at the forefront of their work.
Also on rt.com Dirty little secret: ‘Think tanks’ are among top culprits in media disinformation crisis
Operating on a budget of £1.9 million (US$2.4 million), the secretive Integrity Initiative consists of “clusters” of local politicians, journalists, military personnel, scientists and academics. The team is dedicated to searching for and publishing “evidence” of Russian interference in European affairs, while themselves influencing leadership behind the scenes, the documents claim.
Anonymous blows lid off huge psyop in Europe and it’s funded by UK & US
Skeptics are familiar with different sleep anomalies that help explain the various psychological experiences that people have that are often attributed to supernatural, paranormal, or even extraterrestrial causes. Hypnagogic (just after falling asleep) and hypnopompic (just before waking up) hallucinations, for example, occur in the fuzzy borderlands between wakefulness and sleep, when our conscious brain slips into unconsciousness as we fall asleep or transition into wakefulness. Reality and fantasy blur and people report seeing and hearing things that are not actually there, such as speckles, lines, geometric patterns, representational images, and voices and sounds. Lucid dreams are stronger still, and consist of dreams in which the sleeping person is aware that they are asleep and dreaming, but can participate in and alter the dream itself. Sleep paralysis is a type of lucid dream in which the dreamer is generally not aware they are dreaming but rather they perceive themselves to be awake and in their bed. They also feel paralyzed, have difficulty breathing, feel pressure on the chest and often sense the presence of a being in the room with them. Additionally, they sometimes feel themselves floating, flying, falling, or leaving their body, with an emotional component that includes an element of terror, but sometimes also excitement, exhilaration, rapture, or sexual arousal.
Sleep Paralysis – A Personal Odyssey into an Apparently Paranormal Experience
Well, I don’t buy it, but Ms Love seems satisfied with this explanation. Unfortunately for the reader she doesn’t explain why scientific theory (and a [wanting] theory is all it is) explains it all for her. – Ellis
Science today, in all fields, is plagued by corruption. Yet, more often than not, attempts to create awareness about scientific fraud — an issue that few journalists have been willing to address — are met with the response, “Well, is it peer-reviewed?”
Although good science should always be reviewed, using this label as a form of credibility can be dangerous, causing people to dismiss new information and research instantaneously if it doesn’t have it, particularly when that information counters long-held beliefs ingrained into human consciousness via mass marketing, education, and more.
“Peer Reviewed:” Science Losing Credibility As Large Amounts Of Research Shown To Be False