“Melissa has uncovered and compiled what is perhaps a master template for phony events and terror – how to rule using weapons of mass distractions, by using big media events to cover up and draw attention away from important policies and potentially damaging leaks about the ruling figures of our world…
Melissa scours over some of the most nerve wracking examples of mass distraction, where the media reacted to sensational events while the real business was carried out quietly, under cover of alleged threats, killings, bombings, celebrity exploits, cultural flashpoints and political drama. Those in power will do anything to keep the masses from looking too closely at what is taken at face value as “news” and “facts” while power brokers make deals undermining the economy, sovereignty, our opportunities and ultimately our future.”
“Your outside world is a reflection of your inside world. If your life situation is ugly and drama-ridden, there is work to be done. It’s not a disaster; it’s a pointer, a respectful message from your own soul…
So, what is our outside world like? Is it fulfilling, is it beautiful, is it good? Or is it crisis and despair? Why is it like that? Is it just bad luck? …The universe uses that stuff to reflect back to you the state of your mind.
Why do bad things happen to good people? …Because they weren’t paying attention to the big picture. You can be nice, but if you’re not paying attention to the big picture, life will kick you in the teeth. Mysticism minimizes the chances of that because it helps you sort of develop an instinctive vigilance for the deeper themes of life – our growth, the true nature of things, unraveling mysteries.” ~Neil Kramer
“A secret government has set up shop, is deeply rooted, and there’s no getting to the truth without going through them first. Until we deal with the reality of the breakaway civilization that’s been keeping mankind at large in the dark (sometimes literally) for centuries, we can hardly process the significance of contact from beyond.
Extraterrestrial life is being held and will be dealt as a card that requires ascension to world government and submission to a higher earthly authority. So compelling indeed is the opportunity to use aliens as a pretext for total control, that leader after leader have hinted at its unifying power over humanity. In the background, the possibility of a Project Blue Beam scenario has been prepared should the time come for the last card to be dealt to a humanity unwilling to march dutifully along under the banner of a one world government New World Order.”
“If you care about animals please consider evolving towards a Vegan lifestyle.
Love life so don’t take life.
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Why go vegan?
Forks Over Knives: http://www.forksoverknives.com/
Food Inc http://documentarylovers.com/film/foo…
Is Meat Sustainable? http://www.worldwatch.org/node/549
My Vegan Recipes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list…
Thank you for watching/sharing!” ~Timothy Shieff
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“You may be in the minority as a vegan now, but that will eventually change. If you’ve taken a deeper looking into the animal products industry, then you already know that it’s based on unsustainable insanities and the ongoing perpetuation of falsehood and ignorance. If enough humans keep learning and growing, we’ll eventually correct this unintelligent behavior…
Once you’ve been vegan for a while, you may find that the strength of your emotions increases significantly, especially if you adopt a high-raw diet. You’ll be much more in tune with your feelings, and it will be harder to ignore them.
This has a major upside. Your emotional highs will be higher than ever. You’ll be able to experience intense love and joy like you’ve never felt before. You may look back on your animal eating days and realize that you were an emotional zombie back then. As a vegan you’ll feel so much more alive inside…
I really love that being vegan helps me stay conscious. On this path, I’m constantly reminded of my choices and their long-term consequences. I see the contrasts between the path I’ve chosen and my old style of unconscious living pretty much every day. As a vegan, I find it impossible to fall back asleep. This path keeps me awake, especially in my heart. It keeps me from going numb.” ~Steve Pavlina
Also see: Prisoners
“[I]n order to gain the ability to learn from our mistakes, to have fun with our inherent hypocrisy, and to have a good sense of humor in regards to our fallibility as an imperfect species, we must first have the capacity to be vulnerable, which requires brutal self-honesty and ruthless self-interrogation.
Brutal self-honesty and ruthless self-interrogation forces us to face our own demons. It pushes us to confront our most personal foibles, fallibilities, and unhealthy propensities and to question all authorities, especially our own. It forces our head over the abyss of the human condition, searing our soul with the unavoidable blazing flame of truth: impermanence. It slaps us across the face with its absolute mockery of our happiness ever being a thing that can be permanent. It insouciantly rattles off the almighty cosmic joke, making damn certain we realize we’re the butt-end of that joke.
Which is why a particularly effective strategy at achieving a state of vulnerability and self-honesty is to use our sense of humor. When we laugh at ourselves, we loosen ourselves up. The screws of our seriousness get unscrewed by the genius of our humorous sincerity. We suddenly go from being the butt-end of the joke, to laughing at the joke, thus turning the tables on the jokes power over us, and thus on power itself. When we can laugh at ourselves, we are allowing ourselves to be “weird,” to tackle the dilemma of the self from another angle, to impose a state of existential vulnerability that transforms the soul into a prism where the light of truth can shine through…”