Using microwaves to make someone believe they are hearing voices. Can they get any more evil?
Reblogging this after reading it again and it making my stomach turn all over again. And I’m pretty certain now that it is a deliberate action to interfere with parents’ time with their children…especially if schools are used to manipulate and control children as captive audiences. If they have the kids for the majority of time, and interfere with the parent’s relationship, they have putty in their hands. God Bless the children.
Parents, wake up!!
You know, I can read story after story about the workings of the education profiteers…and yet, I am still taken aback with how devious and how organized and how much they are able to stay under the radar…
I’ll start with the Northwest Indiana Times newest on the Indiana grading system. Note that the Christel Academy, which was at the center of the controversy surrounding the crooks in Education–Tony Bennett and the rest–has been given an “F”. And the GEO corporation CEO Kevin Teasley’s charter in Gary also got a bad grade of “D”. Pretty telling, eh?
So…I started poking around on GEO and found this 2011 mindboggling article.
Kevin Teasley has quite the rightwing history, eh? Note the abuse of children in these schools…does anybody remember this being covered on the mainstream media? Oh, no, they’re too busy covering the few bad apples in the public education sphere. Never…
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I’ve re-read the wiki page on John Denver again, and there are more questions raised. When I had read it last, a couple of years ago, there was no mention of him “reaching back to switch gas tanks” while in flight. It just blamed him for the plane crash.
As I re-read the page, it becomes apparent that whomever wrote it was trying to heavily influence the reader by mentioning over and over again about John’s drinking.
And yet…there is nothing in the crash report that indicates John was drinking when flying. It only states that the FAA denied him his license because of his drinking. But the writer of this wiki page wants the reader to draw connections between John’s drinking and the plane crash…without coming right out and stating it as a fact.
If John had been drinking, would they not have announced his blood alcohol level as such-and-such? And a factor in the crash?
But they don’t do that because alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
They also make the allegation that he was turned around to switch the gas tanks over. This was only speculation.
It doesn’t make sense that John was doing touch-and-go landings and would not stop while on the ground to switch the gas tanks. It makes no sense at all to try to switch the tanks in flight. Nor that he would refuse to refuel the plane.
But let’s say for the sake of argument that the plane ran out of gas. Running out of gas does not necessarily mean the plane is going to go into a nosedive, as witnesses reported. Indeed, I have been in a plane with my Dad where we ran out of gas (Dad refused to pay the steep prices at one airport) and Dad glided the plane to a safe landing. So, folks, just because a plane runs out of gas does not necessarily mean that it will crash.
Given that John Denver was an experienced pilot, I just have a hard time believing that he could not control the plane…especially since he was doing touch-and-go landings.
And this part of the wiki page really begs the question of whether an explosive was used:
Twelve witnesses described seeing the aircraft in a steep nose-down descent. Witnesses estimated the plane’s altitude at 350 to 500 feet while heading toward the shoreline. Eight said that they heard a “pop” or “backfire”, accompanied by a reduction in the engine noise level just before the airplane crashed into the sea.
I think about Sullenberger landing that 747 (?) on the Hudson River, and I know that it can be done.
All of the references to John’s drinking problem while not providing any evidence that there was alcohol in his system at the time of the crash tells me that they are trying to divert attention away from anyone questioning the circumstances of his crash. “He was drunk, end of story” is what they want people to think. And disparaging someone’s reputation with innuendo is a hallmark of gangstalking. John was a passionate environmentalist and he also advocated for the poor.
As I mentioned before, this blog, sunlight on the water, was named after this song:
I found this link to Shelly Keck’s story, Dying to Get Well, which sounds incredibly like my own, although she does not base her fibromyalgia on heavy metal toxicity.
I don’t agree with everything she writes about in her story, but her journey through idiot physicians, Big Pharma, and the worn-out “It’s all in your head” sure sounded familiar. Incredibly, physician after physician denied that the depo-provera was causing her pain!!
Happily, she found her cure without pills, but food. Food is medicine!
Over and over again, Big Pharma has tried to play God, and failed miserably. I just don’t see how anyone can cause people pain, illness, job loss, homelessness, and greedily make money off of it. Feeding the Dark side.
This is not news to anyone here, but only adds to the mountain of evidence against vaccines and the evidence against Big Pharma, Big Medicine, the CDC and other health profiteers.
More recently a private medical consultant, Barry Rumack, M.D., was hired by the FDA to review that status of mercury levels in children with an emphasis on childhood vaccines. According to his findings,
“at no point from birth to 16-18 months of age that infants were mercury levels below the EPA guidelines for allowable mercury exposure…. In fact, according to the models, blood and body burden levels of mercury peaked at six months of age at a shocking high level of 120 ng/L. To put this in perspective, the CDC classifies mercury poisoning as blood levels of mercury greater than 10 ng/L.”
Dr. Rumack notes that the FDA chose to hide this finding from the public and higher health officials. 
Another damning case of government-industry knowledge about a vaccine-autism connection is a leaked December 16, 2011 document from GlaxoSmithKline, one of the world’s largest vaccine manufacturers. The text admits the corporation has been aware of the autistic risks associated with its Infanrix vaccine, which combines diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis, hepatitis B, inactivated polio and haemophilus influenza viruses. The report details adverse effects associated with autism, including encephalitis, developmental delays, altered states of consciousness, speech delays and other adverse reactions. 
Never do we hear the media questioning the veracity and scientific legitimacy of the official doctrine. In fact, the media goes even further, embracing the principles of fake news, to attack scientists, physicians and parents who provide evidence to the contrary.
…because Big Pharma pays big $$$ for all those commercials that pay the million dollar salaries of the talking heads on TV. You have to be an active listener when watching TV to see how subtly and not-so-subtly they sell pharmaceutical helplessness (you will never be healthy without taking a pill or injection).
I am currently exploring the raw food diet as a base for all health. More on that in the next post.
Be well, my friends.
Note that this also interferes with one’s religious views…if that view is that the Creator gave us everything we need to be healthy plus the miracle of our body’s ability to heal itself, given the right plant, food, clean air, and clean water.
This video should put to rest who the violent ones are. If I had heard ANYONE threaten a police officer or act in a threatening manner, I would have walked away from the protest. Instead, I prayed with soulful people in a very moving moment.
In the first minute of the video, you see an officers with assault weapons.
Do you see any protectors with assault weapons?
When she talks about offering tobacco, she is referring to the Native way of offering tobacco in prayer to God. So the officers were actively interfering with peaceful prayer.
And the officers and DAPL workers were standing on graves, plowing the earth. Imagine how you would feel having your loved ones graves treated in such a manner? Or having police walk into a church, destroy the altar or chalice or other religious objects?
How can police just pick someone off the street, take them to jail, and when they refuse to strip naked, are attacked and violated by the very ones who are supposed to be protecting them?
She makes an excellent point of asking them to name any officers or DAPL workers that were assaulted. They can’t.
…because nothing says you’re a terrorist than to pray to the Creator to stop destroying Creation….again, I ask, WHO would be afraid of prayer? Who would want to destroy what God has created…??
FBI representatives have contacted several ‘water protectors’, raising alarm that an indigenous-led movement is being construed as domestic terrorism
by Sam Levin, The Guardian, Feb 10, 2017
The FBI is investigating political activists campaigning against the Dakota Access pipeline, diverting agents charged with preventing terrorist attacks to instead focus their attention on indigenous activists and environmentalists.
The Guardian has established that multiple officers within the FBI’s joint terrorism taskforce have attempted to contact at least three people tied to the Standing Rock “water protector” movement in North Dakota.
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(Just wanted to note that I made a couple of additions to my prior post on Women as Equals. Women as Prophets.)
Okay, so you might recall that there was an issue with the wild horse sanctuary that the owner apparently became overwhelmed and the horses were not cared for as they should be.
So my idea was to give these horses to the poor so that they could have transportation that was sustainable.
This morning, they come on the radio saying that the state wants to charge the owners of these sanctuaries if the state has to move in and take over. Apparently, it cost the state $200k to feed the horses they took away.
Okay…color me stupid, but I don’t understand the problem…
Why don’t they take these horses down to Mission, South Dakota, where there is a need for transportation, especially by women of domestic violence whom have escaped a bad situation, but have no way to get around??
Surely, all the money directed towards supporting these horses kept in pens could be spent to help these women? Having a horse would be therapeutic for them, as well, and would give the horse a permanent home. It would be a step towards independence for the women. And Native folk have been known for their care of animals, especially horses. Indeed, it was Native folk who taught white folks that they could tame a horse without force or breaking its spirit.
There’s a solution here if they would just act upon it. No-brainer.
(This is taken from an earlier blog, with some additions and editing.)
I don’t recall much being said about the women prophets in the Bible in either the Presbyterian nor Catholic Church as I grew up nor as an adult.
The most striking memory I have growing up is the women of Salem who were accused of being witches. The girls accusing them would fake convulsions or other behavior and then claim these women were “causing” them to do it. And no woman was safe — one woman was a regular church goer who lived her Christianity as Jesus did, and yet she was accused and convicted solely based on the nasty girls’ word. Apparently, the girls had forgotten the Commandment “Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness” nor the “Thou Shalt Not Covet Another’s Things” (a judge accused a man of witchcraft — and had the man slowly crushed to death with stones laid upon his chest. After the man was dead, the judge acquired his property.)
Women in the Middle Ages were persecuted and drowned by the Catholic Church for heresy — the Church wanted to punish them for being independent and not obeying their authority. For all the church knew, these women were close to God and did not need the Church to tell them what to do or how to live their lives. **edited to add: I realized that I made it sound like the Catholic Church was the only one guilty of bloodshed. EVERY church has blood on its hands for persecuting those that chose another path, including Presbyterians and Jewish.
Most churches did not allow women as priests/pastors while I was growing up. And for the Catholic church, that has not changed due to some perceived deficiency. I was really appalled when the Pope had visited the U.S. a couple of years ago and the nuns were walking behind the priests holding umbrellas over the priests’ heads. These women are just as spiritual as the priests, yet they were relegated to servant status.
For me, personally, I could not get past the Confession. Even though I joined my (ex) husband’s church, I truly did not realize what it fully meant. The Confession, to me, was a barrier. Nothing can be more personal than to acknowledge one’s sins/errors to God and then ask for forgiveness. The Confession removed that close connection in my view. And it also placed the priest in a position of power not only over the parishioner’s spiritual life, but their cultural life, as well.
Having said that, I can say that the Catholic Church at least acknowledged the extreme sacrifice Mother Mary made. Although they stopped there, at least there was some acknowledgement of a woman of great spirituality. That comforted me while I was a member.
Too bad they portrayed Mary Magdalene as a whore and prostitute…when there was no evidence that she was *ever* a prostitute. And the way they went about correcting this smear campaign was by what some have referred to as a “page 11 retraction” in the newspaper. That is, they went to great lengths to portray Mary Magdalene as a prostitute as if it were front page news, but then they further denigrated her by quietly saying she was NOT a prostitute by burying that news so that even today, people still believe she was a prostitute.
In fact, the more I learn of Mary Magdalene, the more I see that she had Jesus’ back. She truly “got it” and that is why she was included in Jesus’ inner circle and she was the first person to see him rise…but again, the churches ignore her significance.
And not only was Mary Magdalene part of the inner circle, but Jesus and the Nazarenes were more egalitarian.
Mother Mary was not only Jesus’ mother, but she also was a prophet. This bit of information I’ve just uncovered in recent months….and it’s one of those slap your head moments where you think *of course* she was a prophet. She had to be.
I found a couple of good pages on women prophets:
As I point out in my book, What the Bible Says About the Holy Spirit, “The principles of 1 Corinthians 12 show the importance of the gift of prophecy. There it was emphasized that the Holy Spirit wanted to use the individual to bless and build up the whole Body. He wants us to grow up into Christ, for only as the whole Body is fitted together and united, with every part receiving a supply from the Head, does the Body grow to the upbuilding of itself in love (Ephesians 4:15,16). The love of 1 Corinthians 13 will also lead us to strive for prophecy above other spiritual gifts because it does more to edify the Church.”1 The gift is “available to any member of the congregation…. In fact, because of the edification of the Church through this gift all are encouraged to seek it.”2
Some Native American tribes believed that women were closer to God because of their ability to give life.
And they do not denigrate women’s menstruation as Christian and Jewish churches do, which claim that women are dirty and the blood is a curse that God gave them because of Eve. I personally feel that if God truly wanted to punish women, the gift of giving life would have been taken away.
Traditional Native girls have a ceremony to celebrate their first menses. There are some social constraints, however, and women on their “moon” are not allowed to prepare food or participate in some activities.
This, for me, also ties into women being given the gift of prophesy. If God considered them *less than* men– I don’t see that God would have given them the gift of prophesy, as well. So clearly God sees women as equals.
Before the European invasion, women were treated as equals in the Native tribes. Those women who were prophets were given the same respect as Medicine Men. It was only after the missionaries came and destroyed the women prophets’ respect in the community that they lost their equality. What is really bad is that some Native men of today will claim that there are no medicine women!
**edited to add: In the Native tradition, the women and men prophets were not treated any differently than the rest of the tribe. That is, they weren’t put on pedestals and dressed in gold and fine cloth. They were just ordinary people who were given a gift by God.
I was thinking about a childhood friend who had her “come to Jesus” moment many years ago. I was still in my questioning mode of whether there was a God, so I didn’t understand something she told me: she said that she put God first, her husband second, and her child last.
This bothered me because I thought children should be equally as important as a spouse. It felt like to me that she was putting the children’s needs last. This is especially important to acknowledge when a husband is jealous of the children. I can see the children’s needs neglected to satisfy a husband’s immature expectations.
Looking back, I still feel the same about the children, but now with wisdom of years and prayer, I see exactly what she meant in putting God first. The connection with God is a woman’s own. It’s her strength. It’s her source of courage to stand up for what she knows is right even though men are telling her differently.