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November 28, 2012

Resonance – and so much more!

RESONANCE is a sensational eye opening documentary which reveals the harm we are doing by existing in an ocean of man made wireless frequencies. Two billion years ago life first arrived on this planet; a planet, which was filled with a natural frequency. As life slowly evolved, it did so surrounded by this frequency. and Inevitably, it began tuning in. By the time mankind arrived on earth an incredible relationship had been struck; a relationship that science is just beginning to comprehend. Research is showing that being exposed to this frequency is absolutely integral to us. It controls our mental and physical health, it synchronizes our circadian rhythms, and it aids our immune system and improves our sense of wellbeing. Not only are we surrounded by natural frequencies, our bodies are filled with them too. Our cells communicate using electro magnetic frequencies. Our brain emits a constant stream of frequencies and our DNA delivers instructions, using frequency waves. Without them we couldn't exist for more than a second. This delicate balance has taken billions of years to perfect. But over the last 25 years the harmony has been disturbed. and disturbed dramatically. Mankind has submerged itself in an ocean of artificial frequencies. They are all around us, filling the air and drowning out the earth's natural resonance. To the naked eye the planet appears to be the same. But at a cellular level it is the biggest change that life on earth has endured; the affects of which we are just starting to see and feel. -- Check also 'RESONANCE' BRILLIANT NEW DOCUMENTARY ON MICRO-WAVES: IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN AND PLANETARY HEALTH

Tuning In - Spirit Channelers in America (1 hr 19 min) PRETTY POWERFULLY MOVING !... especially from HERE if you wish to jump right into it. A RICH TAPESTRY OF HIGHER SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE PRESENTED IN A VERY SIMPLE, UNDERSTANDABLE MANNER.
TUNING IN is a truly unique feature-length spiritual documentary, the result of 10 years of inquiry into the phenomenon of spirit channeling by filmmaker David Thomas. Channeling is a practice dating back to antiquity wherein an individual, usually in a trance state, makes a psychic connection with a spirit being. The "channeler" is then able to act as a dimensional go-between in bringing other humans in contact with the entity, as well as interpreting messages from the entity. For the very first time, six of America's prominent channelers are featured in the same film in order to gain insight into the phenomenon, as well as the information being received. They are Lee Carroll--channel for Kryon, John Cali--channel for Chief Joseph, Shawn Randall--channel for Torah, Darryl Anka--channel for Bashar, Geoffrey Hoppe--channel for Tobias and Wendy Kennedy--channel for the Pleiadian Collective. The entities coming through—each with a strong and distinct personality—were interviewed at length by the filmmaker and the result is remarkable: across space and time it appears the entities are speaking as one, delivering a clear and profound message of empowerment for humankind. The website dedicated to this movie is at

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Time for Palestine (Petition to sign)
To European leaders and all UN member states: We urge you to endorse the legitimate bid for recognition of the state of Palestine and the reaffirmation of the rights of the Palestinian people. It is time to turn the tide on decades of failed peace talks, end the occupation and move towards peace based on two states.

Update: 20 November 2012
The US and Israel are furiously trying to crush the UN vote. But Europe is still on the fence, and Heads of State meet in 48 hours in Brussels. Yesterday, we delivered our voices with a four storey flag right outside the Foreign Ministers meeting (see 4 storey flag above). Sign the urgent petition on the right and send direct messages to them -- if we all speak out now we can persuade Europe to vote 'yes' for peace and freedom.

Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Comes with Pledge from Obama to Seek More Defense Aid for Israel (November 21, 2012) With full text of the agreement
Israel only agreed to cease fire after the US agreed to increase defense aid and provide funding for Israel's new Iron Dome.

Israel and Palestine: Causes of Conflict - Excellent in-depth analysis!
Mutual Dehumanization Among Israelis and Palestinians

US: we initiate terrorism to create terrorists to overthrow governments (NOVEMBER 21, 2012)
Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander NATO, testifies in this 2-minute video that the US planned to overthrow seven countries after 9/11: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran. The Pentagon admitted a strategy to do so (here, here, here): the US conducts acts of terrorism in nations they want to control,the US continues terrorism to provoke an act of reprisal, the US labels the reprisal “terrorism” to justify covert and overt military operations to overthrow targeted governments. Therefore, the US caused the “war on terror” as a policy choice; 9/11 was pretense and not the cause. CLIP

Matisyahu - One day
"I know someday it'll all turn around because All my life I been waitin' for I been prayin' for, for the people to say That we don't want to fight no more They'll be no more wars And our children will play, one day" - Excerpted from the lyrics HERE - Find out more on Matisyahu HERE

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How the House Defeated the Democratic Process “Unanimously” By Dennis Kucinich
WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 20, 2012) – On November 16, 2012, the United States House of Representatives passed a resolution, H.Res 813, expressing “vigorous support” and “unwavering commitment” to the State of Israel while bombs were being dropped on Gaza and missiles were launched toward Ashkelon. The resolution expresses the official opinion of the House of Representative. The resolution was passed “without objection.” It is unusual that legislation addressing a topic of such importance would be brought up without giving members of Congress any prior notice. The bill was introduced at 12:04 pm. The resolution was “agreed without objection” by 12:05 pm. “There was no notice, no committee hearing, no discussion and no debate. In such a fashion, we achieve unanimity on great matters related to the Middle East,” said Kucinich.

“I object to H.Res.813, an unfortunately and unnecessarily one-sided resolution that was brought up on Friday, November 16th for consideration without any advance notice to members of Congress and which was completed in about a minute without any discussion. The hasty nature in which this resolution of such significance was considered undermines the unspoken, but operationally essential understanding, that bills of great importance will not be quietly tiptoed through Congress. A loss of Members’ confidence in Leadership results when House floor procedures are conducted in a manner frustrating to good faith. Such conduct can only add to the hyperpartisanship and the breakdown of comity in Congress that Americans find objectionable.

“Members must be given the opportunity to debate U.S. support of a military operation that is likely to be of significant consequence in talks between Israel and the Palestinians. This impacts the region and the world. Only one minute for consideration of a most consequential resolution in the House, when in the past week, the death toll in Gaza has climbed past 100, including 24 children. Over 800 people are reported to have been wounded. Rockets from groups in Gaza have landed in several Israeli towns. Three Israelis have been killed. This latest military escalation began after Israel assassinated Ahmed Al-Jabari, the head of Hamas’ military wing. According to Israeli negotiator Gershon Baskin, who secured the release of Gilad Shalit, Mr. Jabari ‘wasn’t just interested in a long-term cease-fire; he was also the person responsible for enforcing previous cease-fire understandings…On the morning that he was killed, Mr. Jabari received a draft proposal for an extended cease-fire with Israel, including mechanisms that would verify intentions and ensure compliance.’ Could anything be more destructive of peace than the assassination of a principal to ceasefire negotiations? And the House only has one minute to consider the ramifications of such action?

“The root of this latest flare up in hostilities is deep. Negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians on a two-state solution have been virtually non-existent. Innocent people in Gaza continue to suffer under a blockade that has deprived them of everything from food and clean water to educational opportunities. Illegal settlements continue to be built in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, further diminishing prospects for a negotiated two-state solution. The hastily written, and even more hastily passed resolution, fails to mention any of that. In its deficiencies are writ the failures of our own Middle East policies. This latest outbreak in violence is deplorable and I am strongly supportive of Egyptian efforts to negotiate a ceasefire. Innocent people on both sides deserve to live without fear. Can the House Leadership spare a minute for that point to be made?”

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If you’re 27 or younger, you’ve never experienced a colder-than-average month (November 16, 2012)
This image sums up 2012, temperature-wise. Nowhere on the surface of the planet have we seen any record cold temperatures over the course of the year so far. Every land surface in the world saw warmer-than-average temperatures except Alaska and the eastern tip of Russia. The continental United States has been blanketed with record warmth — and the seas just off the East Coast have been much warmer than average, for which Sandy sends her thanks. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration summarizes October 2012: The average temperature across land and ocean surfaces during October was 14.63°C (58.23°F). This is 0.63°C (1.13°F) above the 20th century average and ties with 2008 as the fifth warmest October on record. The record warmest October occurred in 2003 and the record coldest October occurred in 1912. This is the 332nd consecutive month with an above-average temperature. Emphasis added. If you were born in or after April 1985, if you are right now 27 years old or younger, you have never lived through a month that was colder than average. That’s beyond astonishing. The year has also been remarkably dry, particularly in the United States. CLIP

Sandy Ends the Silence (Nov. 07, 2012)
(...) Sandy was a blunt reminder that the technical term for people affected by climate change is people. It’s an environmental issue, a security issue and, yes, an economic issue, as Sandy-stranded urbanites and drought-stricken farmers have learned the hard way. The oceans are expected to rise at least another foot (30 cm) by 2100 and will rise much more if the world can’t make a quick transition from fossil fuels. That has all kinds of disastrous implications for coastal communities and food supplies and wildlife and human life. CLIP

Investment alliance with $22 trillion in assets pleads for urgent climate action (November 20, 2012)
An alliance of some of the world’s largest investment groups, worth a combined total of $22 trillion in assets, urged world leaders this week to take calls for action on climate change seriously. Ceres, which represents institutional investment interests around the world, sent an open letter to the globe’s largest governments (PDF) calling for steady, consistent public policies that “encourage low carbon investment,” along with stronger international agreements on greenhouse gas reductions. The letter follows a major report issued by the World Bank on Monday, which predicts that Earth’s climate will warm by about 4 degrees on average by the end of the century — a scenario that would devastate poorer countries, cause widespread droughts and famine, water shortages, a dangerous rise in sea levels and massive population displacement. The World Bank warned that scientists agree super storms like Hurricane Sandy will occur with greater frequency and strength in a warmer world. “Lack of action on climate change threatens to make the world our children inherit a completely different world than we are living in today,” World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim said in prepared text. “Climate change is one of the single biggest challenges facing development, and we need to assume the moral responsibility to take action on behalf of future generations, especially the poorest.” To that effect, a growing number of corporations have been undertaking executive level reviews of policies pertaining to climate change. The Carbon Disclosure Project said earlier this year that 343 companies on the S&P 500 participated in its annual report for 2012, and 83 percent of those companies said they were incorporating climate strategies into their risk reduction strategies. Insurance companies in particular have faced growing losses due to the elevated number of extreme weather events seen in recent years. Ceres noted that insurers were paying approximately $3 billion a year for weather-related damages in 1980, versus more than $20 billion in 2010. “Strong carbon-reducing government policies are an urgent imperative. Hurricane Sandy, which caused more than $50 billion in economic losses, is typical of what we can expect if no action is taken and warming trends continue,” Chris Davis, Ceres’ director of investor programs, said in an advisory. “Investors are rightly concerned about the short and long-term economic risks of climate change and understand that ambitious climate and clean energy policies are urgently needed to avoid catastrophic impact.” The next round of United Nations-led climate talks is set to begin on November 26th in Doha, Qatar.

UN Climate Change Negotiations 2012 kick off at Doha (Nov 26, 2012)
DOHA: The UN climate change negotiations at Doha have kicked off with India, China and other developing countries seemed set to cross swords with industrialized nations about the way ahead.Industrialised countries like the United States and the European Union are keen to get on with framing a new climate regime after 2020, developing countries, like India and China insist that the older negotiating platforms cannot be closed down till all outstanding matters are resolved satisfactorily. Issues that need to be resolved relate to equity, providing finances and technology to developing countries, and higher emission reduction targets by industrialised countries.

Doha climate talks: Any signs of life? (28 Nov 2012)
2012 is the year the climate changed. I'm not talking about extreme weather like Hurricane Sandy, the Arctic sea ice melt or flooding in Venice. I'm talking about the climate in the corridors of power at the CIA and the World Bank, the International Energy Agency and some of the biggest consultancies in business, such as PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Alarms are finally ringing in the offices of the bureaucrats and "conservative" businessmen. Despite this, the United Nations climate talks in Doha (COP 18) threaten to be another round of brinkmanship between the so-called global north and south, developed and developing nations, with each waiting for the other to blink - and no one taking leadership. Meanwhile, extreme weather events, the record Arctic sea ice melt and catastrophic warnings from unusual suspects continue to pile up like bits of Boardwalk in the wake of "Superstorm" Sandy. COP 18 comes at the end of year that has seen the impacts of climate change hit hard around the world.
(...) Doha is already infamous for dead-end trade talks. One more failure and it will be forever known as the place where global deals go to die. Instead, what we need to see is a signal, a sign of life, that all governments really understand what is at stake. We need to see them put people and the planet before the polluters and their profits. We need to see a sign that they are prepared to act accordingly.

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EU ends shark finning, practice of mutilating, leaving sharks to die (November 22, 2012)
(...) Asia’s taste for shark fin soup is viewed as a key threat to sharks, with marine protection groups saying up to 73 million are killed annually to satisfy demand for the delicacy. EU nations combined account for the second-largest share, with 14 percent of the world’s catches. Slow to grow and with very few young per birth, sharks are exceptionally vulnerable with several dozen species threatened with extinction. CLIP

Migratory sharks inch closer to extinction (27.09.2012)
Almost a fifth of the world's sharks are endangered. That's prompted many nations to enact protection measures but several Asian countries are lobbying hard for continued shark hunting. (...) Some species are down to ten percent of their original population... (...) Sharks eat predators of other fish, so if too many sharks die, the population of animals that feed on the same fish as humans will boom. This means, we'll have less fish available for human consumption. (...) Japan and China will be working very hard to avoid the listing of any further sharks. CLIP

Bottom trawling
Ancient forests in danger ... deep under the ocean. Biologists estimate that somewhere between 500,000 and 5,000,000 marine species have yet to be discovered. But many of these species are in serious danger from the world's most destructive fishing practice - bottom trawling. This is truly the last undiscovered wilderness left on the planet. CLIP - Check also Bottom Trawling: Overview AND Impact of bycatch on sea animals goes unnoticed, expert says

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