11-11-11 was a special day whose significance extends beyond its unique date. It was special because the entire world shared in the hope, blessings and meaning of this day. Around the world people shared conversations that focused on enlightenment, possibilities and potential. But the world didn't end (it wasn't supposed to) and we continue with our life journey. Now that 11-11-11 has come and gone, we must focus on carrying the energy's momentum into the days following it.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
Greetings, dear ones, I am Kryon of Magnetic Service.
There are those who've said, "Well, what does that greeting mean exactly?" And now after all of these years, perhaps some of you know who I am really? Although the magnetic changes of the planet have been accomplished for your shift, my service is still to humanity – still within the magnetics of your DNA. I will always remain "The Magnetic Master."
Hither and flither, whither and yon. So is the nonsense of the day. Much of the time, nonsense makes as much sense as sense. Some days, nothing makes sense no matter how you turn it over and look at it.
Love that gives and doesn’t ask for anything in return beats its drums in the human heart. Let love, not sense, be the point of your day. Even in a desert, you can love. Even in a mountain cave, you can love.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
Very interesting information. (Almost) a must hear, depending on how reliable you think Benjamin Fulford is. David Wilcock values Benjamin Fulford. But they don't agree whether Obama is on the side of evil or good. Presidents are not the true players anyway, so in the end it doesn't really matter.
He could be a little less anti-religious, because I do know people who are spiritually inspired by religion. For the rest this is a unique and spot on insight. Only for those who doesn't object the rap style though.
Karpen's Pile: A Battery That Produces Energy Continuously Since 1950 Exists in Romanian Museum
By Ovidiu Sandru | 27 December 2010, 12:22 BST
The "Dimitrie Leonida" National Technical Museum from Romania hosts a weird kind of battery. Built by Vasile Karpen, the pile has been working uninterrupted for 60 years. "I admit it's also hard for me to advance the idea of an overunity generator without sounding ridiculous, even if the object exists," says Nicolae Diaconescu, engineer and director of the museum.» › › Read the full article by clicking here » › ›
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