Remember Severn Cullis-Suzuki's 1992 Speech?

[And this is Severn in 2008 @ the RCE Conference of the Americas...]

Janosh Art

Greek philosophers Plato and Pythagoras were the first ones to assign a set value to geometry and concluded that geometry forms the basis principle in the arrangement of the world and the universe. Having said that, the Egyptians, Maya and other ancient cultures long before their time built their sanctuaries according to these geometric proportions. Because of the unmatched beauty and harmony of these perfect proportions the geometric patterns that reoccur in nature with great regularity are called Sacred Geometry.
The universe is shaped according to set geometric proportions. The perhaps most famous example is the Golden Ratio, a special geometric value that occurs everywhere on earth. These mathematical proportions can be recognised in everything: from the atoms and the stars to manmade architectural structures. Our brain recognises Sacred Geometric shapes and forms at subconscious level. This innate knowledge is a universal part of the human brain and leads inevitably to the fact that people tend to experience certain emotions when concentrating on these shapes. The brain, however, doesn’t always recognise where this is coming from, because geometry enters the subconscious mind in an unfiltered manner.
Some simple examples of Sacred Geometric shapes are, amongst others, the circle, and the sphere the Golden Ratio. More complex forms are for example the five Platonic Solids: Tetrahedron – Hexahedron (cube) – Octahedron – Dodecahedron – Icosahedron. The water clusters in our body, for example, are organised according to this norm. Our subconscious mind recognises these forms by itself, even when we are usually not aware of this.

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Circle Chasers 2007

UFO Sweden releases 18,000 Swedish UFO reports to the public domain

Breaking News! UFO Sweden is releasing thousands of UFO files beginning May 9-10, 2009, according to a news story in the Swedish online news magazine, Expressen.
Translation of the story was provided by Torbjorn Sassersson, Director of Exopolitics Sweden and editor of Soul Travel Magazine. Sassersson's translation states that:
Besides the 18,000 Swedish cases are thousands of cases from Denmark and other Nordic countries. Thousands of US cases on micro film are also included. The archive (Norrkoping) will be open to the public domain starting May 9-10, 2009.
The chairman of UFO Sweden, Clas Svahn, mentions one case of special interest, a case from 1980. A cigar shaped UFO submerged itself into a mountain lake and never came up again, according to witnesses. Svahn comments, ''it may still be there, since the lake has never been monitored by divers.''
[Source: examiner.com]

Mind Control - The Mechanics of Mind Control - Tools for the Awakening

David Icke Hacking The Matrix

[To watch the whole interview, go to www.consciousmedianetwork.com]

UMBC In the Loop: Stephen Braude

[Dr. John Rennie Short interviews Dr. Stephen Braude, Chair of UMBC's Department of Philosophy and author of ''The Gold Leaf Lady and Other Parapsychological Investigations'']

Leaked Agenda: Bilderberg Group Plans Economic Depression

·Elitists divided on whether to quickly sink economy and replace it with new world order, or set in motion long, agonizing depression.
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On the eve of the 2009 Bilderberg Group conference, which is due to be held May 14-17 at the 5 star Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel in Vouliagmeni, Greece, investigative reporter Daniel Estulin has uncovered shocking details of what the elitists plan to do with the economy over the course of the next year.
The Bilderberg Group meeting is an annual confab of around 150 of the world’s most influential powerbrokers in government, industry, banking, media, academia and the military-industrial complex. The secretive group operates under “Chatham House rules,” meaning that no details of what is discussed can ever be leaked to the media, despite editors of the world’s biggest newspapers, the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Financial Times, being present at the meeting.
According to Estulin’s sources, which have been proven highly accurate in the past, Bilderberg is divided on whether to put into motion, “Either a prolonged, agonizing depression that dooms the world to decades of stagnation, decline and poverty … or an intense-but-shorter depression that paves the way for a new sustainable economic world order, with less sovereignty but more efficiency.”
The information takes on added weight when one considers the fact that Estulin’s previous economic forecasts, which were based on leaks from the same sources, have proven deadly accurate. Estulin correctly predicted the housing crash and the 2008 financial meltdown as a result of what his sources inside Bilderberg told him the elite were planning based on what was said at their 2006 meeting in Canada and the 2007 conference in Turkey.

Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism

NASA rescue mission aims to revive Hubble Telescope

The Hubble Space Telescope, one of the greatest scientific instruments of all time, is about to get an extreme makeover — an overhaul so delicate and risky that NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld likens it to "brain surgery."
At 19 years old, the famous telescope is showing its age. Three of its scientific instruments are broken. Half of its six gyroscopes, which keep the Hubble pointed in the right direction, aren't working. And its batteries are slowly dying.
The seven-member crew of space shuttle Atlantis is scheduled to blast off Monday in an attempt to fix it.
It will be the fifth, final and most difficult mission to service the Hubble — a mission that was judged so risky to astronauts it was canceled in 2004 before safety precautions were added to ease the concerns.
If the work succeeds, it will mean a glorious rebirth of the Hubble. The telescope would be 90 times more powerful than when it was launched in 1990. If the mission fails, astronomy's crown jewel could become a $6.9 billion "piece of space junk" with no chance to save it, astronaut and mission commander Scott Altman says.

El Parlamento Europeo veta la desconexión de internet sin orden judicial

El Parlamento Europeo aprobó ayer por una aplastante mayoría de 407 votos a favor, 57 en contra y 171 abstenciones una enmienda que prohíbe cortar el suministro a internet sin una orden judicial previa. La firme toma de posición de la Eurocámara supone un duro revés para los planes de algunos países, entre ellos Francia, que pretenden imponer por vía administrativa y sin decisión judicial la supresión del acceso a la red a todas aquellas personas sospechosas de descargarse copias de discos o películas ilegales.
Los grupos liberal y verdes lograron que se sometiera a votación la enmienda sobre esta parte crucial y polémica del paquete legislativo de telecomunicaciones. Esto desbarató las maniobras de los grupos popular y socialista para escamotear la votación mediante un subterfugio de procedimiento para salvar sin cambios el pacto alcanzado con los Veintisiete sobre la nueva legislación.
La enmienda aprobada establece que "no cabe imponer restricción alguna a los derechos y libertades fundamentales de los usuarios finales sin una resolución previa de las autoridades judiciales". Al someterse a votación, la enmienda fue respaldada masivamente por el grupo socialista y una parte del grupo popular, aunque implica el bloqueo de todo el paquete sobre telecomunicaciones. Una parte de la diputados españoles del PP votaron en contra, la mayoría se abstuvo y unos pocos votaron a favor.

La votación, que representa una importante victoria para los internautas que defienden el derecho de compartir películas y canciones a través la red, obligará ahora a la Eurocámara a iniciar un complejo proceso de conciliación con los representantes de los Veintisiete en el Consejo de Ministros de la UE para que acepten incluir ese principio en la nueva legislación sobre telecomunicaciones.
Esas negociaciones tienen un plazo máximo de ocho meses y se prevén muy arduas ante los planes de algunos países para impedir el intercambio de ficheros en internet. La eurodiputada socialista española Francisca Pleguezelos y el líder de los Verdes, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, destacaron que la votación supone una victoria de las libertades ciudadanas al exigir garantías judiciales en las comunicaciones electrónicas.
[Fuente: elperiodico.com]