Friday, October 28, 2011
In the foreword by Dr. Andrew Moulden he says: "If penicillin shots and peanut butter sandwiches were mandated, many children would be harmed; some would even die. If we cannot give penicillin or peanut butter to everybody safely, the logical progression that injecting live, biologically active, immunogenetic particles cannot be safe for everyone either."
Warfarin is rat poison. Statins weaken the heart. CoQ10 can reverse receding gums. The stuff one learns listening to Dr. Sherry Tenpenny!
But the former emergency room specialist, osteopath, and alternative medicine clinic owner is waging a battle. Her clarion call is for informed consent, for knowledgeable consumers, of vaccinations. They are far more dangerous than orthodox medicine will admit.
The chemicals, heavy metals, adverse effects and sheer number of vaccinations being coerced if not required by a growing preponderance of authorities is cause for concern, she says. Consumers have a right to know that medical directives (thou shalt get your flu shot), government agencies (the CDC, the FDA) and profit-driven pharmaceutical companies are elements of revolving door behemoths that don't necessarily have your good health as highest priority. After all, big pharma makes the drugs that treat other drugs' side effects, don't they?
"The vaccination program has been a 200-year, multi-generational brainwashing campaign," she says, worsened now by laws that protect practitioners and pharmaceutical producers from liability, and that allow medical treatment and insurance to be profit-oriented industries.
Until 1985, children generally got three vaccinations: MMR, DTaP, and Polio. Now, by the time they start kindergarten, Tenpenny says, children have been injected with 40 doses of 16 vaccines. Some 200 more are in development.
Cancer, eczema, asthma are growing problems among our children. The numbers for autism are through the roof. "We've got an epidemic of children losing their minds and we've got a medical industry in denial."
Know your rights, she is saying. Every state has a medical exemption (although it's hard to get). Nineteen states have philosophical exemptions. Forty-eight states have religious opt outs. [Check out your state's laws about vaccinations at National Vaccine Information Center: www.NVIC.org.]
Tenpenny sets the record straight about squalene. It's shark liver oil. Fine to ingest, but injecting it can cause serious neurological damage. Squalene is soon to be a vaccination component, she says.
She talks about the new HPV (Gardasil) vaccination.
About fluoride: "It's a byproduct of the aluminum industry. They use it to sedate prisoners in Russia."
About overeating: "Our body is seeking minerals when we eat, so taking a good multi-mineral supplement often makes those carb cravings go away."
Tenpenny's a strong advocate of herb and vitamin supplements.
"If you can only take one vitamin, take D3 – the level must be between 75 and 80 – get a blood test. It protects from cancer. It's important for brain function, for the immune system. If you're depressed due to the lack of sun in the winter, it's likely a vitamin D3 shortage."
An insider told this doctor that the vision statement of the pharmacy industry wants every human being who walks the planet to be on one, preferably three, prescription drugs for life. Tenpenny's on a crusade to wake people up to that fact.
Friday, October 21, 2011
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Even though Dan Sherman wrote his book some 14 years ago, his account of communicating with advanced extraterrestrial intelligences during three years of secret work in the Air Force has lost nothing since then, and the story comes across as utterly credible.
Currently a businessman living in Arizona with a wife and two children, Sherman had to be coaxed to be a Veritas guest. He says there's a price to be paid as a businessman for telling these kinds of truths. While always proud of his contribution to "keeping the world in balance" through government secrecy, Sherman says some things are so profoundly part of the human story that they need to be shared.
Since 1949, for one thing, we have been in contact with beings far more intelligent than we, beings that interbred with humans at some point in the past, beings that shared and are probably still sharing information and technology. These beings tinkered with his DNA while in utero, back in 1963/64. They built a human, thousands of them, by Sherman's account, who could receive and send communiqués telepathically. This was done with full consent of entities within the U.S. government, which wanted a special force of individuals who could carry messages when electro-magnetic incidents took down all normal Earthly communication.
Sherman's thinking that might be within the next 20 years. "It would have to be, if they expected it to happen within our lifetimes."
Sherman double-crossed his superiors—played the black program against the gray program (gray is more secret than black; he worked for both; and neither knew about the other)—and got out. By then the transmissions he was getting were talking about pain levels relative to abductions. He's still feels special that the ETs chose him to be a conduit, and he's still a patriot. But by that point he felt trapped. Precious little of the big picture would anyone tell him. "No need to know." He was worried he was involved with something nefarious.
Sherman deemed the first entity he communicated with, Spock, and the second one, Bones. The information downloaded into his brain, always while at work, except for one time when he was supposed to be at work, seemed scripted at first -- information dumps that started with an identifying number. He would type the gist of what he was getting into a box on his computer screen. Some unknown receiving entity whisked it off.
Once when Sherman spontaneously beamed a question on a different "channel," Spock disconnected, later explaining that no human had come through on that level before. That was the beginning of a more personal exchange between Spock and Sherman. These entities come with emotion and texture and personality, Sherman says.
No longer an authorized tool, Sherman hasn't heard from Spock or Bones since leaving the Air Force. He does have the ability to predict strong earthquakes now, though.
Friday, October 14, 2011
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Who's the weirdo? And what's with the outfit?
Those two questions don't seem to occur to those visited deep in the night by gaunt men with bulging eyes, Fedora hats, black suits and crisp white shirts. No, the door just opens and in they go.
Some sort of mind control.
With a new book on the subject, respected researcher and prolific author Nick Redfern parses the multi-level mystery that is the Men in Black, or MIB, phenomenon. And we get to hear about vanishing goons and midnight I see what you're doing. I see what you're wearing phone calls.
But it's a serious subject. They've been around, whatever they are, for some 60 years, menacing, metaphysical, and life altering. Of course, some become stupefied when challenged, and eat soup with a fork.
Spanning genres from Hollywood to history, (a J. Edgar Hoover entry wonders if they're Communists), Redfern says the Men in Black are still very much among us. Exactly what are they, though?
They could be time travelers or multi-dimensionals. "And certainly if you needed clothing that would blend into this span of decades, a black suit would do it," Redfern says.
They could be mind-controlled street people doing some dark entity's bidding. They could be robots, or clones.
Some of them are clearly imposters, like the female MIB who showed up to intimidate some guy freaked out about a chupacabra in Puerto Rico. She had a big badge that said NASA.
A priest Redfern knows thinks they're sent by Satan, definitely demonic.
But one thing is undeniable: For a darn long time a darn lot of people have been visited by spooky-looking men in black suits with Fedoras and sunglasses and shiny black shoes, whose m.o. has been to scare the living daylights out of someone doing something that someone wants quiet.
And Redfern is still working on getting to the bottom of it. He's got Strange Tales of the Men in Black in the pipeline, stories that didn't make this book. He's also got The Pyramids and the Pentagon - How the Government has taken a deep interest in ancient technology. This newest is The Real Men in Black.
"My goal is to share data, because the more we have, the better chance we have of solving the mystery. I encourage people to come forward and share their stories."
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Originally from England, Nick Redfern lives in Arlington, Texas. He is a full-time author and journalist specializing in a wide range of unsolved mysteries, including UFOs, alien contact, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, government conspiracies, and paranormal phenomena. He writes regularly for UFO Magazine, Fortean Times, Paranormal Magazine, and Fate. His previous books include Memoirs of a Monster Hunter; Strange Secrets; A Covert Agenda; and There's Something in the Woods, and his most recent publication "Contactees: A History of Alien Human-Interaction". Nick also lectures on the UFO subject both in the U.K. and abroad. Among his many exploits, Redfern has investigated reports of aliens in Mexico; lake-monsters in Scotland; vampires in Puerto Rico; werewolves in England; and crashed UFOs in the United States.
Friday, October 7, 2011
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We’re overdue for a super galactic wave like the ones that torched the planet 40,000, 12,700 and 12,900 years ago, extinguishing bird, mastodon and man, says Dr. Paul LaViolette in this, his second, Veritas interview.
“There’s a 90-percent chance we’ll get some sort of superwave within the next 400 years.” Not that there’s much we’ll be able to do about it; they travel at the speed of light.
A prolific writer, researcher and multi-degreed scientist, LaViolette’s brilliance lies in the way his explanations skitter across disciplines like stones skipping across a proverbial pond. At the core of his work is this galactic wave theory. Most breathtaking is his assertion that pulsars are extra-terrestrially planted beacons warning of impending trouble ahead. Mix in what he says the zodiac, the pyramids and the Sphinx are telling us....
He’ll send you to his books for the details, but LaViolette touches upon all of the above and: chemtrails, holographic technology, the Fibonacci sequence, quantum inter-connectiveness, electrogravitics, microwave beam technology, radio-pulsation particles, sub-quantum kinetics, Atlantis as allegory, the black hole at the center of the universe; ancient Egyptian, Chinese and Greek myth, Hopi legends, cosmic dust, and more.
This gentleman’s outreach to the Obama administration’s Department of Energy has thus far been ignored. LaViolette wanted to share what he knew about anti-gravity propulsion that would “greatly revolutionize air travel, reducing costs immensely,” and alternative energy technologies.
As for what the coming year holds for Earthlings: “We won’t have a super wave in the next year. The financial situation is the main challenge I see.”
LaViolette conducted this interview from his home in Athens, Greece.
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Dr. Paul LaViolette is an interdisciplinary scientist. He has authored four books and has published numerous articles in professional scientific journals. He received his BA in physics from Johns Hopkins University, his MBA from the University of Chicago, and his Ph.D. in systems science/astronomy from Portland State University. Currently he is president of the Starburst Foundation, an interdisciplinary scientific research institute. Dr. LaViolette's findings open a new doorway to the interpretation of our ancient past. Aided by his background in general system theory and physics, he was able to successfully decipher the lost science said to be encoded in the lore of the Tarot and astrology.