American Kabuki host Brian interviews Terri Hinkle and Dennis Schuelke about the recently discovered missing 13th Amendment from the 1800s that disallowed titles of nobility and dual citizens from holding Federal Offices to protect the national interest.
The world is a blur. You don't see it clearly. Even when you think you do, you have seen only a faint-hearted picture. Instead of the word world, perhaps it is more helpful to think of the world as Creation, what God created, God's Creation. You live in God's Creation and, of course, yours.
Beloveds, consider that you sought admission to Creation. You did. Admission was free, and, yet, you had to wait in line to get in. The fee was waived. It would have cost a good sum of gold to gain admittance to the beautiful world I spread before you. Think a moment, My beloved teen-agers. You no longer have to be an adolescent.… Read the rest »
As of today, many of you will be assigned new levels of interaction. Let us explain. For a very long time now, you have been followed very closely by a whole host of benevolent beings, all set up to make this journey of yours as little complicated as possible. That may sound like an overstatement, as "uncomplicated" is mayhaps not the first word that comes to mind regarding this process. However, let us just say that this labyrinth would have been an even more complicated maze to navigate did you not have the assistance of this ground crew, or rather, esoteric crew, to keep you going ahead despite all of the hardships you have had to endure this far.
Lisa Renee 8 April 2012 Dear Family, During the course of entering the current Astrological year, which commences around the Equinox on March 21st, we have been host to a variety of explosive energies and important shifts in the planetary body and its relationship to the Solar, Galactic and Universal bodies. The result of that [...]
by Tara Green
(NaturalNews) Researchers at a California university have found a parasitic fly which causes honeybees to become disoriented and abandon their hives before dying, behavior which made one of the researchers compare them to zombies. Scientists believe this may be a contributing factor to Colony Collapse Disorder, which has decimated honeybee populations, affecting the honey market and the pollination of crops as well as raising concern about environmental toxins.
The insect version of a horror movie
The parasitic flies were discovered by chance when John Hafernik, professor of biology at San Francisco State University, collected some dead bees, found under a light on campus, as food for a praying mantis he had just captured.… Read the rest »