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    An employee of the Jefferson County morgue died this morning, after being accidentally cremated by one of his coworkers.

    According to the Beaumont Police Department, 48-year old Henri Paul Johnson decided to take a nap on a stretcher after working for sixteen hours straight.

    While he was sleeping, another employee mistook him for the corpse of a 52-year old car accident victim and carried him to the crematory.

    Morgue Employee Cremated By Mistake While Taking A Nap

    Before anyone could notice the mistake, he had already been exposed to temperatures ranging between 1400 to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit and reduced to ashes.

    Jenna Davis, one of Henri Johnson’s coworkers, says she heard him scream for about 15 seconds after the crematory was activated.
    “At first, we didn’t understand where the sound was coming from. When we realised what was happening, it was too late. We shut down the heating system, but he was already dead.”
    Ms. Davis claims that the young coworker who caused the accident was a new employee, and had forgotten to check for the toe tag to make sure he had the right body.

    Jenna Davis says she heard the victim scream in agony as the crematory was reducing him to ashes.

    The police has opened an investigation to determine the exact circumstances surrounding Mr Johnson’s death.

    Investigators have not ruled out the possibility of filing criminal charges against the employee who caused his death.

    The young man could possibly be accused of criminal negligence causing death.

    World News Daily Report

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    Could exposing yourself to sub-zero temperatures really be good for you? If you follow the latest “health” trends making their way around Hollywood, then the name “cryotherapy” is probably pretty familiar. Some of the biggest stars are touting this deep freezing technique for its anti-aging benefits.

    Celebrities Are Now Undergoing “Cryotherapy” In Quest For Youthful Appearance

    For example, Hugh Jackman, an A-list movie star, recently shared a video that showed him climbing into a cryotherapy tank. According to the 48-year-old actor, these arctic baths are part of how he maintains his incredible physique— and perhaps the treatment also helps him recover from the tortuous workouts he endures to get there.

    The ice bath technique used by athletes post-workout is pretty well-known, but cryotherapy takes that approach to a whole new level, apparently. In fact, it’s said to help relieve pain, boost weight loss and help to keep skin smooth and wrinkle free. Cryotherapy was first developed as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis in Japan way back when in 1978, but its uses have clearly expanded since then.

    What is cryotherapy, exactly?

    In cryotherapy, a person is exposed to a temperature of negative 200 degrees F or lower, for a period of two to four minutes. When translated from the Greek language, the name “cryotherapy” basically means “cold therapy” or “cold cure.”

    In whole body cryotherapy, just about the entire body is exposed to the sub-zero temperatures. While it’s been used in Japan since the 1970’s for arthritis pain, the therapy has become increasingly popular in Western medicine over the last several years. It seems to be most popular for relieving muscle pain for top athletes, but it will likely become more mainstream.

    Benefits of Cryotherapy

    Dr. Jon Schriner, the medical director of the Michigan Center for Athletic Medicine in Flushing, Michigan says, “Cryotherapy is well-established for treatment of athletic injuries.” He went on to add that cold treatments for injuries are known to be “highly effective.” However, how this whole body treatment compares to more conventional spot treatments with ice packs is still up for debate.

    Some say that cryotherapy isn’t just for pain relief, even though that was its primary intention. One of the most enticing aspects of cryotherapy’s purported benefits may be its potential to help boost weight loss efforts. Some spas are already advertising cryotherapy as a weight loss treatment, though it has not been proven or approved by the FDA for such endeavors.

    The theory behind cryotherapy for weight loss is that it makes your body burn more calories. As US News explains, “Cold temperatures force your body to work hard – aka burn calories – to stay warm. Cryotherapy spas claim a single session burns hundreds of calories and that repeated use can boost your metabolism, helping you burn more calories all day.”

    However, Schriner points out that there are better, more efficient ways to lose weight. He says that while being cold does burn calories. As one might expect, a two-to-four minute treatment is likely not going to be enough to yield dramatic changes in weight (or metabolism).

    As for anti-aging, one might not want to get their hopes up for that either. While the sub-zero temps can help relieve inflammation, taking basic steps towards self-care and health protection are still going to be more important than taking a dip in an arctic cooler once a day. While it may offer some benefits, it is by no means a cure-all.

    Overall, cryotherapy is known to be very effective for reducing arthritic pain and muscle soreness, but any other benefits may not be substantial enough to be worth the effort. However, it is still a burgeoning therapy and only time will tell if these other purported cryotherapy wonders are legitimate.

    By Vicki Batts, Natural News

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    Russell Davison is a 50-year-old man from Derby, England. Davison was so shattered when his wife Wendy passed away from cervical cancer that he decided to sleep next to her body for six days. This was all due to the fact that he did not want her body to be taken to a funeral home.

    Man Slept Next To His Dead Wife’s Body For 6 Days, This Is Why

    Davison’s wife passed away on Friday, April 21st at the age of 50 at the couple’s home where they lived with their son Dylan. Davison did not call the undertakers to remove her body from the home.

    Instead, he decided to take matters into his own hands, which led to him sleeping next to her body for a full six days. He wanted to prove a point to the world that staying close to a dead loved one is nothing to be frightened of.

    He also could not bare to see his loved one being taken away in a plastic body bag to a funeral home. He wanted to spend some more time with her in his own special way.

    “Wendy died very peacefully, fully sedated, in no pain, in mine and Dylan’s arms with our ever faithful dog Elvis snuggled up right next to her too,” Davison said in a statement.

    “Death seems to be such a taboo subject, no one seems to want to talk about it,” Davison said, referring to the way society conditions us to cower from the concept of death.

    Wendy’s wishes were to pass away peacefully at her home, so he was also fulfilling her last request. “For a long time I have been determined to have Wendy at home when she died,” Davison said.

    People might find what Davison did to be quite bizarre, as this is not normal among individuals in our society. But it doesn’t have to be so taboo; in Davison’s case, it was a heartwarming experience.

    “I wanted us to take care of her ourselves at our family home, have her in our bedroom so I could sleep in the same room,” he said.

    Davison also invited family and friends to come sit and chat with her. He stated that it was “a beautiful and comforting experience for me, the boys and all that are taking part.”

    Davison just wants society to know that there is nothing scary about dead bodies, although TV, movies and popular culture make us think there is.

    Davison decided to finally move Wendy’s body to a funeral home after six days. Davison took Wendy’s body to his car and drove it from his house to a crematorium.

    In a tribute to Wendy, Davison added his own words of mourning. Heartbroken and sad, Davison had this to say as he laid Wendy to rest: “travel well to your next life my darling Wendy, you will never be forgotten.”

    “You will always be loved so very much by me, your boys and so many other people. I adore you,” he finished.

    Davison’s love and dedication for his late wife will forever remain in his heart. Although most may consider his actions bizarre, he remains steadfast in the belief that he did the right thing.

    By Providr

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    A man is sharing his harrowing story of reportedly visiting heaven after nearly dying as the result of a severe allergic reaction.

    Steven Musick, author of the new book, “Life After Heaven: How My Time in Heaven Can Transform Your Life on Earth,” told Faithwire earlier this year about a major reaction he had to the swine flu vaccine years ago while he was in the Navy. It was an experience that forever changed his perspective, and his life.
    “It’s pretty typical when you’re in the military to be vaccinated against all kinds of various diseases and bugs … you have to do that in order to be deployed,” Musick said. “I was allergic to the swine fly vaccine that they were testing and I had a very violent, dramatic reaction.”
    While he survived that reaction and tried to shake off the resulting impact it had on his body, he was sick for months after the shot was given, saying that he never “got over the hump toward health.”

    And when a nurse months later attempted to give him an antidote to the vaccine, Musick had yet another horrible allergic reaction — and this time it was life threatening.
    “[She had given me] a lethal amount of an allergic contagion directly into my blood stream,” he said. “I passed out in the emergency department and I ended up in a coma for five weeks.”
    It was during that five-week period that Musick said he “went to heaven” and met Jesus, detailing the sights, sounds and conversations he claims to have had with Christ.

    “The most dramatic part for me of heaven itself was the sense of being inside pure joy,” he recalled, explaining that the intensity of contentedness that he felt didn’t ebb and flow as it does on Earth; instead, it was constant. “There’s nothing that I could tell you today that would give you an inking of what it’s like to be in that place.”
    Musick continued, “It’s being absolutely held tight and yet totally free at the same time.”
    He also described all of his memories of the sights he recalls from heaven, saying he was in an outdoors or agrarian environment that included a large oak tree, a massive wheat field, rolling hills and mountains. Musick said it all collectively offered up a “wonderful view” filled with “brilliant” scenes, adding that it was “like HD on steroids.”
    But it was Musick’s purported interaction with Jesus that might capture the most attention, as he said the two walked arm-in-arm and engaged in conversation.
    “Jesus was in his early 30s, long flowing brunette hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion,” he said. “He’s not overly large, but he’s massively built. You would think that he’s a weightlifter, a body builder.”
    In the end, Musick said it was “painful” to hear Jesus say that he wouldn’t be able to stay in heaven. Immediately after that conversation, he said he woke up in intensive care and was hit with the reality that he would be staying on Earth.
    “When he said, ‘You can’t stay,’ I woke up in intensive care isolation … it was not my destiny to stay in heaven at that time,” he said. “The contrast between heaven and here is just so stark that it leaves you delusional.”
    After waking up, Musick learned that he had been in a coma for five weeks — a fact that left him flabbergasted.

    And coming back wasn’t exactly all that easy, considering Musick was disabled for years, describing his body as “broken.” Over time, though, he recovered, never forgetting the experiences he claims to have had in heaven. Years after his harrowing ordeal, he’s now speaking out, sharing his story in “Life After Heaven.”
    “There’s no reason that I should be there,” he said, adding that nurses assumed he’d never wake up. That said, Musick firmly believes “there’s a reason” that he’s still here.
    By Billy Hallowell

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    Cultures with a deep understanding of the metaphysical planes of existence still recall a remote period in time when humans freely interacted with “people from the stars,” and it all happened on this planet we call our home.

    Prior to the merciless conquest of the Americas by the rapacious Europeans, there were various cultures in these areas not sharing the beliefs of the colonialists, but instead possessing unique belief systems, as well as precious ancient knowledge.

    Much of this information had been eradicated by the colonialists of that era, but several ideologies were fortunate enough to surpass the test of time and are now offering bewildering insight, since these ancient concepts are contradictory to the established Western paradigm.

    Surviving tribes speak of the “Star People,” a term referring to various beings of otherworldly origins who at some point in time descended from the sky in order to share some of their wisdom with the early inhabitants of the Earth worthy of their “gifts” of knowledge.

    These timeworn peoples had established contact with diverse species of advanced extraterrestrials, proof of this standing the multitude of myths depicting such encounters.

    Although disconnected by millenary periods of time, former cultures of the Americas speak of flying objects and technology so advanced that it could have been confused with magic. The narratives of the Native American tribes are particularly luxuriant in details.
    “My people tell of Star People who came to us many generations ago,” writes Richard Wagamese of the Wabaseemoong First People.
    “The Star people brought spiritual teachings and stories and maps of the cosmos and they offered these freely. They were kind, loving and set a great example. When they left us, my people say there was a loneliness like no other.”
    And he goes on saying that:
    “If Star people did come to the Ojibway, where did they go? Where did they come from? Who brought teachings to them? What scientific magic did they own that allowed them to make such an incredible journey – and is it possible for us?”
    Hopi Indians know they owe much of their cultural heritage to their ancestors who came from the Pleidaes, and much of their lifestyle seems analog to the depicted attitude of those aliens.

    Does this prove their origins myths hold more truth than fiction? It could very well be the case.

    Petroglyph at Legend Rock close to the Thermopolis, Wyoming

    The Dakota people allude to the same star cluster as the place from where their ancestors had arrived.

    Not far from them are the Cree, who believe that at some point in remote history, their founding fathers descended from the stars, just that in spirit form, and have later materialized into human beings.

    Lakota natives speak of mystical celestial entities which developed energy shields around them whenever transcending into the material world. They were often seen as luminous orbs of light and would sometimes adopt gifted children to journey with them across the cosmos.

    This entire concept of alien visitors is not at all new or unknown to the Native Americans, but they perceive this topic from a more spiritual point of view than us Westerners.

    Author of Plains Cree, Stephane Wuttunee explains this more thoroughly in a UFO digest article:
    “[My people] give far greater attention to the seeking of the spiritual understanding of things rather than going after ‘the truth’ as people from dominant cultures do. This is part of the reason why we tend to stand back and view or listen at first, rather than bare in with questions or take the hard, direct approach.”
    The tightness of Wuttunee’s community allowed him to lend an ear to the stories of his elders which comprised information that had been passed down one generation after another.

    The stories often reminded of “distant relations and Star People living among the stars” that had established contact with his tribe.
    “Far from being anything to be feared, Star People was just another term i grew up around,” acknowledged Wuttunee in his paper.

    “I remember listening in awe and fascination at the thought of us having relations that lived off and outside our world, and sometimes spoke to them in my silent moments at night. I wanted to know who they were and what they looked like, if they had families like us and so on.”
    “It wasn’t until my later teens that I discovered that people from the dominant culture were talking about the same ‘people’ as my elders did, though each sides’s sense of perception of these people seemed radically different from one another.”
    So, could Wuttunee’s words be the product of our modern-day understanding of extraterrestrials combined with the imaginative nature of his elderly’s tales?

    It could be, but the fact that Native Americans have been talking about “flying shields” since forever speaks in favor of another reality.

    Hopi petroglyphs displaying Star People and their “flying shields” hovering above their heads

    Before the UFO phenomenon became a widespread media phenomenon, an Oglala Sioux mystic known as Black Elk (1863/1950) who had cruised along Buffalo Bill during his Wild West Show, depicted one of his UFO encounters, proving that such meetings were not just some isolated event, but they were instead embedded into the lives and culture of Native Americans.
    “So, when I went to vision quest, that disk came from above. The scientists call that an unidentified flying object, but that’s a joke, see? Because they are not trained, they lost contact with the wisdom, power and gift.”
    “So that disk landed on top of me. It was concave, and there was another on top of that. It was silent, but it lit and luminesced like neon lights…Then these little people came, but each little group spoke a different language.
    “They could read minds, and I could read their minds. I could read them. So there wa silent communication. You could read it, like when you read silent symbols in a book. So we were able to communicate…They are human, so I welcomed them. I said, ‘Welcome, Welcome…”
    There’s no denial that all Native American tribes maintain a vigorous bound with Mother Earth. They refer to themselves as the “original caretakers” of the Earth and condemn the Western path towards inevitable destruction.

    According to them, the bond between this planet and her children has been severely disrupted, and this uprooting phenomenon humans are experiencing right now is the exact reason why it has become so hard to maintain connection with the Star People.

    At the same time they offer a key to unlock this ancient and sacred union between the ETs and ourselves.

    It comes in the form of a global awakening, a shift in consciousness that would make us once again worthy of reaching out (or being reached) by these advanced beings.

    This may sound appealing and somehow realistic in the future, but I’m afraid that all Earth’s creatures are in the same boat, and the powers that be have all the necessary means to blow an irreparable hole through the deck, serving us all a one-way-ticket to the blackness of space.


    Alien Policy

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    Flat Earth conspiracy theorists have come up with a campaign that is very inventive as it catches the eyes of motorists traveling along the road thanks to billboards and it has now spread into Oklahoma.

    Flat Earth Billboard Campaign Starts Spreading Throughout United States

    Anyone driving down the highway during the next month close to the Tulsa International Airport might see an electronic billboard that asks whether the Earth is flat.


    Previous billboards have been seen in Philadelphia, and they were put up earlier on this month and said “Research Flat Earth.” The message the conspiracy theorists are trying to get across is that the Earth may not be round, as suggested, but flat instead. The message also gives information that leads to a Facebook group that gives people information as to why the Earth may be flat, not round.

    The billboard in question was purchased by the group who believes the Earth may be flat and it was one of their most dedicated of members who paid out $1,500 to take one months’ worth of advertising space on the billboard.


    The same Facebook group has said that they will deliver billboards to regions including Phoenix and Denver, and are asking that people driving in these regions keep an eye out for them posted along the roadside. They also said that many more communities are being considered for the same campaign, to spread the message that the Earth may be flat and to get people to go to the Facebook group and check out the information.

    The Flat Earth group said that people might want to keep their eyes open over the 4 July holiday weekend as more messages could crop up.


    The group sprang to life following an appearance by Mark Sargent on Coast Insiders in 2015, and this was when he gave details about the earth being flat, and this is now a concept that over recent years has become very popular. Sargent talked about breakthrough work on what is called the Enclosed Earth Theory, where he talked about the fact that there were clues that pointed to the fact that Earth is a contained system that stretches many thousands of miles wide while being 400 miles high. This was an interest of his that he developed while studying conspiracies about a flat earth. He also talked about the fact that a source who had worked for NASA said that the space agency knows full well that Earth is not shaped round.

    Disclose TV

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    According to reports, in 2015, NASA researchers uncovered the truth about time travel and dimensional gateways. They have stated that it is possible to travel in time in an instant, using energetic portals.

    Videos show supposed Russian buses that traveled from Earth to Saturn through dimensional portals. According to reports, in 2015, NASA researchers uncovered the truth about time travel and dimensional gateways. They have stated that it is possible to travel in time in an instant, using energetic portals.

    Russian Travel From Earth To Saturn Through Dimensional Portals

    There are currently literary suggestions, evidence and testimonies that this type of experience can take place. According to researchers and theorists, even the ancient peoples knew the portals that gave access not only to other stellar systems, but also to the interior of the Earth. In this context, a NASA researcher even claims that there are portals for other dimensions that open and close every day. They are found within the Earth's magnetic field.


    Disclose TV

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    Peter Thiel, founder of PayPal and billionaire worth $2.7 billion, has allegedly put $100,000 of his own money into a project that aims to resurrect wooly mammoths. The costly proposal will alter elephant cells using DNA retrieved from dead, frozen wooly mammoths- large animals who went extinct thousands of years ago for reasons unknown to scientists.

    Paypal Founder Funds Project To Resurrect Ancient Beasts

    In a book named 'Woolly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of the History's Most Iconic Extinct Creatures', by American author Ben Mezrich, allegations of Mr. Thiel's participation with a high-standing Harvard team experimenting with the resurrection of mammoths, were made.

    The author of another book surrounding the founding of Facebook and eventual book-based film, 'The Social Network', Mr. Mezrich reported that during a breakfast with the head of the Harvard team, Professor George Church, Mr. Thiel was petitioned to fund the 'craziest thing' he was currently doing.

    Instead of an anti-ageing project and an artificial intelligence venture, Mr. Thiel decided on the mammoth, reported the author.

    In a book named 'Woolly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of the History's Most Iconic Extinct Creatures', by American author Ben Mezrich, allegations of Mr. Thiel's participation with a high-standing Harvard team experimenting with the resurrection of mammoths, were made.

    The author of another book surrounding the founding of Facebook and eventual book-based film, 'The Social Network', Mr. Mezrich reported that during a breakfast with the head of the Harvard team, Professor George Church, Mr. Thiel was petitioned to fund the 'craziest thing' he was currently doing.

    Instead of an anti-ageing project and an artificial intelligence venture, Mr. Thiel decided on the mammoth, reported the author.

    This past February, the Harvard team declared that it would take only two more years to generate the 'nearest possible thing to a mammoth' that could be assembled. The final product would be a combination between an Asian elephant and a mammoth which would be assembled from DNA collected from frozen, wooly mammoths who died in the permafrost.

    The cluster of cells would possess mammoth genes such as long, shaggy hair, an abundance of fat layers, and blood flawlessly designed for survival in sub-zero temperatures.

    Instead of acquiring a female elephant to carry and birth the new creature, scientists are hopeful that they will be able to succeed in growing it in an artificial womb.

    From the start of the task in 2015, the numbers of 'edits' where mammoth DNA has been combined with the elephant genome has been increased from 15 to 45 by researchers.

    Professor Church relayed: 'We're working on ways to evaluate the impact of all these edits and are basically trying to establish embryogenesis in the lab.

    'The list of edits affects things that contribute to the success of elephants in cold environments.

    'We already know about ones to do with small ears, sub-cutaneous fat, hair and blood, but there are others that seem to be positively selected.'

    He also went on to announce: 'Our aim is to produce a hybrid elephant/mammoth embryo. Actually, it would be more like an elephant with a number of mammoth traits.
    'We're not there yet, but it could happen in a couple of years.'
    During the last Ice Age, the woolly mammoth trekked across Asia, Europe, North America, and Africa. They disappeared around 10,000 years ago. The closest living creature to the mammoths is the Asian, not the African, elephant.


    With state of the art gene editing procedures, 'de-extincting' the beast has entered the realm of possibility. The new editing capabilities make possible the particular selection and infusion of DNA from mammoth samples that were frozen over a thousand years ago in Siberian ice.

    CRISPR/Cas9 is the method that is used the most and has greatly altered genetic engineering since it was introduction in 2012. CRISPR/Cas9 uses the 'cut and paste' guidance of DNA strands with an exactness that has yet to be seen thus far. With this procedure, scientists would be able to cut and paste frozen DNA from the mammoths into Asian elephants, creating an elephant-mammoth hybrid.

    Disclose TV

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    Best-selling author Robert Kiyosaki, best known for his book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” recently revealed that he was offered to smuggle drugs for the US government while he was working for the military during the Vietnam war. Kiyosaki mentioned this fact during a recent conference in Bozeman, Montana, and then later clarified his statements in an interview with Millie Weaver.

    Legendary Author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” Admits He Was Recruited By CIA To Run Drugs

    In the years since the war ended, it has been thoroughly documented that large shipments of heroin were coming from the region in and around Vietnam, and that those shipments were either protected or smuggled directly by individuals working with the US military. During the Vietnam War, the area surrounding Vietnam and Laos was known as “The Golden Triangle,” a hotbed for heroin production.

    As TFTP has reported, drugs were transported on military aircraft and brought back to America, where they were eventually sold to the mafia and distributed on the streets. Now the Golden Triangle has taken a back seat to the “Golden Crescent,” which refers to the area in and around Afghanistan, a region that the US military is currently occupying.

    In his youth, Kiyosaki was fighting in Vietnam with the US Marines and was offered to fly airplanes for the CIA front company “Air America,” which was used to import and export drugs. Kiyosaki was informed by other marines that Air America was used to smuggle drugs, and that it could be an opportunity for him to make a lot of money. However, he resisted the temptation and declined the offer because he did not feel comfortable being a drug runner.
    “In 1973 I was a Marine lieutenant, I was a pilot flying helicopter gunships in Vietnam and I was about to rotate home and an organization called ‘Air America’ approached me and wanted to know if I would fly for them,” Kiyosaki said. “The offer was pretty good, it was a long time ago but I think it was about $80,000 per year which was a lot of money back then for a 25-year-old kid. I didn’t know what Air America was, and then I just got the ‘nod nod wink wink’ that you could make a lot more money if you ran special packages. I didn’t know what they were talking about but my friends were just hitting me saying ‘you idiot, don’t you know what they are talking about?’ Later on, I discovered it was to run intoxicants out of Laos and the Golden Triangle.” 
    “I don’t do drugs, I have tried marijuana and I’ve tried cocaine but I don’t do drugs, and I don’t care how much money I make, I won’t run drugs, so I’m glad I didn’t take up the offer,” he added.

    Years later, the corruption at Air America was exposed by former Laos CIA paramilitary Anthony Poshepny and other Air America pilots who eventually came forward.

    Air America was dissolved on June 30, 1976, but then was subsequently renamed “Air Asia” and purchased by Evergreen International Airlines. Over $20 million in profits from the sale were quietly transferred to the US Treasury.

    However, government-sponsored drug trafficking did not stop with Air America, as there have been multiple incidences proving that these operations are still taking place.

    In September 2007, a CIA jet crashed in Mexico with 3.2 tons of cocaine onboard. The jet was on its way from Bolivia when it was spotted by Mexican helicopters that followed in pursuit. The chase resulted in the crash of the jet and the seizure of the cocaine. Upon inspecting the wreckage site, the Mexican authorities found no body or survivors but did find several thousand pounds of cocaine. The serial numbers on the plane were eventually traced back to a company that transported terrorists for the US government.

    This story is not uncommon, there have been many cases where government planes have crashed in South and Central America with tons of illegal drugs onboard. On April 10, 2006, Mexican police seized a DC-9 aircraft that was carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine, flight records showed this aircraft to be another CIA “terrorist transport” plane that was used to transport drugs. The pilot of the DC-9 aircraft also managed to escape from Mexican authorities.

    The Free Thought Project

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    A Latino gang member who tried to smuggle drugs and an M-16 into prison after he was arrested this week has died of his injuries reports the Los Angeles Chronicle.

    The man that is believed to be part of the notorious El Salvador-based MS-13 crime organization, also known as Mara Salvatrucha, has died from internal bleeding after he told the medical staff at the California State Prison of Los Angeles County (LAC) he had tried to smuggle the barrel of an M-16 inside his rectum.

    Gang Member Dies In Prison After Smuggling M-16 In His Anus

    Sixteen other suspects have been apprehended within the prison walls after the convicted criminal gave the names of other convicts who had sneaked in different gun parts inside the vicinity of the compound and several other gun parts have since been seized by prison officials.
    “He fell on his knees and started crying, saying he would snitch on anyone who was part of the smuggling operation if we could save his life,” a prison guard told reporters.
    The barrel of the M-16 perforated Garcia’s intestinal track which led to internal bleeding and resulted in the death of the prisoner hours after he was admitted inside the California State Prison of Los Angeles County (LAC) states the coroner report.

    Rafael Raza Garcia, 23, was arrested this week on drug charges and admitted to officials it was a common ploy to get purposefully arrested to smuggle drugs and weapons into the prison.
    “Drugs and weapons smuggled inside maximum security facilities fetch high prices and can help gang members climb the ladders within a criminal organization” explains Antonio Fox, California State prison spokesman.
    Rafael Raza Garcia, who had crossed the Mexican border illegally in 1998, was granted temporary legal status and a work permit under the Obama administration in 2014 as were nearly 5 million other illegal immigrants at the time.


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    “Sorry. We just kinda assumed everyone knew about it” NASA spokeswoman Trish Chamberson told a packed press conference at their headquarters in Washington DC today, after it was revealed the space agency has known for years about alien life, but just forgot to mention it.

    NASA Admits It Has Known About Alien Life For Years, Just Forgot To Mention It
    “There are so many films, documentaries and TV programs on aliens, that we thought everyone was aware of them by now,” Ms. Chamerson explained to the shocked crowd of reporters, “Grey’s have been visiting our planet for thousands of years. Who do you think built the ancient pyramids and all the other megastructures across the world? C’mon guys, it’s quite obvious”.
    During the two hour briefing, NASA scientists confirmed previously speculated information about UFOs and Alien technology, confirming that four separate races of aliens are in regular contact with NASA, and have actually asked the agency to say hello to everyone on the planet for them.
    “We do apologise for this mix up, the whole thing just slipped our mind,” another scientist explained, “we were so busy back-engineering their technology, we simply forgot all about it. They even have a base on the far side of the moon, and are currently mining several planets in our solar system for minerals. They’ve only started on Jupiter recently, hence the new rings around it. It’s all good though, they’re a nice enough bunch. They don’t talk much though, but always complaining about our Nuclear weapons, claiming they affect parallel universes every time they’re triggered”.
    The disclosure comes after 70 years of countless sightings and abductions, raising questions as to why it is they are here.
    “The aliens are actually harmless and only interested in the planet’s natural resources,” the briefing concluded, “which shouldn’t cause us any problems whatsoever”.

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    North Korea has released shocking images of massive military drills that show the West that they are more than ready for war.

    North Korea Release Shocking Images Of Tanks Lined Up For War With West

    The gut-wrenching show of force reveals Kim Jong-un’s fighter jets, attack submarines, and multiple artillery units. The shocking photo shows an entire beach on the east coast of the hermit state littered with explosions as soldiers carry out pre-war drills.

    Submarines emerge from the water off port town of Wonsan as jets take off and land and it’s now estimated that 300 – 400 artillery units have been used in the drills, as confirmed by South Korea.

    Kim Jong-un’s fighter jets, attacks submarines and multiple artillery units.

    The express reports: They said they were monitoring the situation, which they described as a “large-scale firing drill” and said they were “firmly maintaining readiness”.

    A North Korea propaganda newspaper based in Pyongyang said: “There is no limit to the strike power of the People’s Army armed with our style of cutting-edge military equipment including various precision and miniaturised nuclear weapons and submarine-launched ballistic missiles.”

    Photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times. Thanks to digital memory cards, he was able to save photos that was forbidden to take inside the segregated state.

    This 11-day exercise drills has begun in a similarly awe-inspiring manner, with hundreds of personnel involved in the explosive war games.

    A huge number of North Korean soldiers took part in Kim Jong-un’s drill These joint exercises are known to enrage Kim, who believes they are preparation for an invasion of his rogue state.

    The drills have been held as tension continues to escalate on the Korean peninsula – as well as in Japan.

    Neon Nettle

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    Vatican police have raided an apartment belonging to Con­gregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, key advisor to the Pope, which was hosting a Gay orgy according to reports.

    Police Raid Gay Orgy At The Pope’s Key Advisors Vatican Apartment

    The department, among other things, was charged with tackling clerical sexual abuse.

    The occupant of the apartment was the secretary of Cardinal Francesco Coccopa­l­merio, the head of head of the Pontifical Council for Legislative texts and a key adviser to the Pope.

    Cardinal Coccopalmerio was alleged to have recommended his aide for promotion to the bishop but in the light of the new regarding the Gay orgy and a period recovering from a drug overdose in a Rome hospital, the plans are not likely to go ahead.

    The allegations about the orgy were first published by the Il Fatto Quotidiano newspaper.

    The reports: The incident is symptomatic of a difficult period for the Pope. Four years into his papacy his reforms should be at full throttle; instead, the Catholic Church appears racked by conflict and scandal.

    Critics blame the Pope’s choice of personnel: cardinal George Pell, appointed to clean up the Vatican’s murky finances, has taken a leave of absence to defend himself against sex abuse charges in Australia, and cardinal Gerhard Mueller, head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has not had his tenure renewed.

    Both men are seen as doctrinal conservatives who could have been an obstacle to the Pope’s ­efforts to introduce a more merciful approach on questions of marriage, divorce and communion.Both had signed a letter, together with 11 other cardinals, complaining that progressive forces were attempting to manipulate the outcome of a controversial synod on the family.

    The manner of their departure risks inflaming a minority of traditionalists deeply unhappy with the Pope’s reforms. Cardinal Muller’s successor, Archbishop Luis Ladaria Ferrer, is accused of covering up sex crimes committed by a priest in Italy, compounding the reputational damage.

    Conservatives have also been uncomfortable with the Pope’s reluctance to intervene in the Charlie Gard case, seeing him as aligned with English courts and bishops wanting to spare a sick child from suffering, rather than determined to defend life at all costs. The terminally ill 10-month-old boy has a form of mitochondrial disease — a genetic condition that causes progressive muscle weakness and brain damage — and has been at the centre of a legal battle between his parents, who wanted him treated in the US, and specialists at the London hospital who said the treatment was experimental and would not help.
    “Resistance to the Pope is growing,” said a Vatican source. “We have seen five troubling ­stories emerge in a matter of a few days. They have created turbulence. There’s not going to be a schism, but the Pope has lost credibility in the eyes of many.”
    The source said many of Francis’s appointments were controversial; from the prelate chosen to liaise with the Vatican Bank who was found to have been involved in sex scandals, to Francesca Chaouqui, a laywoman chosen for a fin­ancial reform commission who leaked Vatican files to the press.
    “The Pope has been appointing people who are good parish priests to run dioceses in Italy, but it takes something else to be a bishop and they don’t have the stature for it,” the source said. “Paradoxically, these setbacks are pushing the Pope to accelerate his reforms, while resistance increases. Many Catholics pretend he’s not there and (will) just wait until he’s gone.”Prominent journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi is unconvinced by the Pope’s reform record. “There’s much more shade than light,” he said. “The propaganda about Francis bothers me. The world has been told about a revolution before it happened. He became an idol immediately.”
    Vatican spokesman Greg Burke declined to comment.


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    There is something strange happening off the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Fishermen from Oregon to Alaska are reporting massive increases in populations of bizarre creatures, and they are left wondering why are their numbers growing, and what effect will they have on the marine ecosystems the fishermen depend on. This mystery also has marine biologists scratching their heads.

    Beaches In America Are Being Invaded By Millions Of Strange New Creatures

    The first reports of larger than usual numbers of these strange creatures began in 2014. The numbers escalated in 2015 and 2016, and now they are at almost unprecedented levels.

    The bizarre animals are called pyrosomes, or more commonly, sea pickles. These tiny planktonic creatures are typically only a few millimeters long, but they mass together into colonies that can grow to be several meters in length. They share a common outer sheath and are remarkable for their bioluminescence.

    Because they are planktonic, their distribution is largely the result of ocean currents and tides, however they are able to move locally through a sort of jet propulsion. They will intake water and then eject it rapidly under pressure, enabling it to move in the opposite direction.

    Sea pickles eat microscopic plants by siphoning in water through a mesh membrane in the outer sheath.

    Olivia Blondheim is a student at the University of Oregon, and spoke with the Guardian about the proliferation of these creatures.
    “Right now we are scrambling to learn as much as possible while we have the opportunity,” she said. “If we continue to see this many, what impact will it have on the ecosystems here, and what economic impact on the fisheries? There are so many unknowns at this point, it really is a remarkable bloom. One of the things we are figuring out is ‘have these guys been off the coast and we haven’t seen them? Are they moving inshore for a different reason?’” 
    Blondheim continued, saying “There were reports of some pyrosomes in 2014, and a few more in 2015 but this year there has been an unprecedented, insane amount [stretching] as far as the eye can see.”
    Dr Lisa-Ann Gershwin is a fellow at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Australia. She says “Because they aren’t wanted, and people really aren’t used to seeing them, they really do impact fisheries and catch a lot of attention. In the case of these pyrosomes, I don’t think anyone is quite sure what has led to this bloom. it is unusual. There is every possibility it is a natural phenomenon, but an abundance this gobsmackingly big also suggests there may be something behind it that is not natural in origin.”

    Might it be that this is a warning sign of climate change?is it possible that colder waters are becoming more habitable for warm water species, thus driving their ranges in search of new food sources/ or could it be that the ocean currents themselves are being redirected by climate change?

    Have you ever seen such a strange creature? What do you think is causing these massive blooms?

    By Brandi Philip , American Web Media

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    “Heaven Is For Real” and most recently “Miracles from Heaven” are well known movie blockbusters.

    Both tell of people’s real life experience of the afterlife.

    And now a local woman is sharing her very own story of her trip to heaven and how she beat the odds.

    Doctors can’t explain it.

    Woman Survived Aneurysm, Said she saw God And Unborn Child in Heaven

    But Tina Hare is a walking miracle.

    “They sent the nurse in to tell me that my wife’s heart wasn’t beating right, her kidneys had shut down, her lungs were full of pneumonia, her brain had re-bled and there was nothing they could do for her and she wouldn’t live to see morning,” said Randall Hare, Tina’s Husband.

    On June 2013 she was found unresponsive in her bathtub by her husband and her then five year old son.
    ” I heard this weird noise it sound like it’s going who who and it was actually my mom saying help help but she couldn’t say it cause her mouth was in water. It scared me to death, I thought she was going to die,” said John Hare, Tina’s son.
    A brain aneurysm on her carotid artery behind her right eye sent Tina to the hospital.

    This led to a month plus of being in and out of a coma but she wasn’t alone.
    “First thing I told my husband when they brought me out of the coma, the first thing i seen was the Lord, he had my hand and i seen myself in my tub and he looked at me and told me not to worry that I would be okay. And then the next vision I would have would be I seen heaven and I seen my unborn son that we lost in a miscarriage came up to me,” said Tina Hare.
    The whole time Hare was off the grid in the hospital, her family and friends were uplifting her in prayer. And those prayers were answered.
    “They were able to repair the aneurysm and then a week in Dallas then I came back here for three weeks of rehab and walked out of the hospital exactly seven weeks later completely healed and restored, ” said Hare.
    Hare’s supernatural experience even got the attention of the Christian Broadcasting Network.

    They were recently in town covering her story of how she was brought back to life.

    The Hares say that CBN episode will air in a few weeks on the 700 Club on KAMR

    And the Hares are also working on a book about Tina’s story.

    My High Plains 

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    A haunting Polaroid photo of two bound children found in a car park has had police baffled for 28 years.

    Haunting Story Behind Polaroid That Had Police Baffled For 28 Years

    The sinister photo features two unknown hostages, staring straight into the camera, bound and gagged in a bed that appears to be in the back of a van or bus.

    In June 1989 a woman shopping at a local grocery store spotted the lone Polaroid lying in a car park in Port St. Joe, Florida.

    Detectives immediately started an investigation into the identity of the young woman and man in the picture.

    It was a difficult challenge as the darkened background made it hard for police to identify where it had been taken and the only lead that they had to follow was that a windowless white van had been spotted at the crime scene.

    The identities of the hostages are still unknown leaving the crime unsolved.

    When the photo was made public, several families came forward claiming that they recognized the hostages.

    One of those family members was the mother of Tara Calico who had gone missing a year before the Polaroid was discovered.

    19-year-old Tara vanished in September 1988 whilst riding her bike through a familiar route in New Mexico where fragments from her Sony Walkman and cassette tape were found.

    Tara’s mother met up with the police and was ‘convinced’ that the girl in the photo was her daughter after taking ‘time, growth and lack of makeup’ into consideration.

    According to Polaroid officials, the picture had to have been taken after May 1989 because the particular film used in the photograph was not available until.

    This gave Tara’s mother new hope that her daughter was alive.

    Despite Scotland Yard concluding that the woman in the photo was indeed Tara, the FBI ruled that the evidence was inconclusive.

    Tragically, Tara’s case remains unsolved.

    By Emily Murray, UNILAD

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    If you bought a ticket for the last big Powerball jackpot, you (probably) know the disappointment every lottery player feels when their numbers don’t come up.

    The odds of picking the winning ticket in the Powerball are 1 in 292 million. For comparison, your odds of being struck by lightning sometime this year are just 1 in 700,000. So you may be surprised to learn that mathematician Stefan Mandel has won the lottery 14 times.

    His secret, which he used to win lotteries from Romania to Australia and eventually the United States, is so simple you’ll kick yourself for not thinking of it.

    Mandel’s method involved waiting until a lottery had a huge jackpot, then buying every combination to guarantee he would win.

    Okay, so it wasn’t that simple. To guarantee a win, Mandel actually wrote a number-picking algorithm. The huge theoretical work took up 8,000 pages, and was designed to match 5 out of 6 numbers.

    That way, Mandel didn’t actually have to buy every single combination, just certain huge groups that almost guaranteed a win.

    This is the basic concept he used in lotteries all over the world. To fund the cost of buying all the tickets, Mandel worked with huge “syndicates” of people who chipped in a few thousand dollars and were rewarded when Mandel found a lottery that was guaranteed to pay out.

    Along with some multi-million dollar jackpots – including a $27 million prize from the Virginia Lottery in 1992 – each of the ticket-buying schemes won thousands of smaller prizes and a few dozen second-place prizes.

    These days lotteries have all learned Mandel’s tricks. They’ve become more complicated and changed the rules to prevent block-purchases. So to win, you’ll have to play the old-fashioned way.

    As for Mandel, he says he never believed in “gambling in general,” and beat the lotteries for the “kick” it gave him. He’s retired from the business now, and lives on an island in the South Pacific.


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    The most important questions we can ask are about ourselves, not only as individuals, but as a species. 

    Where did we come from? How did we get here?

    A question that has bedevilled us for as long as we can remember is: Where and when did we take the step from savagery to civilisation?

    Mainstream historians, who write our textbooks, insist they know: in Mesopotamia, about 5500 years ago.

    Lemuria in Australia & the Pacific

    But they are contradicted by places like Chatal Hueyuek, a 13-hectare condominium village that flourished as part of a much broader urban centre in central Turkey, 15 centuries earlier.

    More ancient still, archaeologists excavated a nine-metre-high, stone castle in the Near East, at Jerico, that is a 1000 years older.

    The sophisticated level of construction at Chatal Hueyuek, Jerico, and similar, pre-fourth millennium BCE sites proves they were not the first of their kind, but must have developed from much older precursors.

    Just who were these precursors, and how far back into prehistory did they lay the foundation for all subsequent civilisations, including our own?

    This was the question that sparked more than ten years of concerted research and world travel.

    I found clues left behind by the long-dead ‘Cliff-Dwellers’ of the American Southwest; among the living oral traditions of Polynesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Australia, and New Zealand; and in the pre-Buddhist temples of Japan and Southeast Asia.

    The accumulated evidence compelled me to conclude that mankind’s first civilisation gradually arose in the Pacific around 50,000 years.

    This period coincided with the Upper Paleolithic, or Late Stone Age, famous for its cave-art in southwestern France, and lowered sea-levels, allowing for occupation of Australia by exposed land-bridges.

    For the next 38,000 years of relative peace and isolation, the Pacific islanders developed the scientific and spiritual arts to high degrees of sophistication through close observance of natural law.

    Their country was known as Mu, the “Motherland,” less a specific geographical territory, than a people and culture spread out over many lands from what is now west-coastal America, throughout Oceania, to Japan.

    The inhabitants were “Lemurians,” or the residents of sea-girt Mu.

    Although they venerated numerous deities, the Sun personified the literal and spiritual Enlightenment of a Compassionate Intelligence that ordered the Universe, and attached the eternity of the human soul to recurring patterns evidenced in the cycles of nature.

    The Motherland itself was mostly a low-lying, tropical country, much of it close to the equator, and therefore beset by a hot climate.

    Her population lived in small fishing villages or on farms. Cities were not unknown, but more ceremonial than urban centres.

    Step-pyramids, temples, plazas and other examples of sacred architecture, many oriented to various positions of the Sun, adorned the verdant landscape.

    Lemuria’s prolonged civilised idyll lasted until 12,000 years ago, when the last Ice Age came to an end, causing dynamic increases in sea-level.

    Much, but not all, of Mu was inundated, and large numbers of its inhabitants fled to the Americas and Asia, where the Jomon Culture arose in Japan.

    Lemurian refugees and their descendants migrated across China and the then-fertile Gobi Desert region.

    But Mu recovered from the Late Pleistocene devastation, and her people spent the next 69 centuries elevating their scientific spirituality to levels of achievement still unsurpassed, particularly in monumental construction and what would today be referred to as the development of “psychic powers,” still known throughout Polynesia as mana.

    In 3100 BCE, however, an aberrant comet passed near the Earth, provoking a global catastrophe. The lands of Mu were severely effected, and some slipped beneath the sea.

    Many immigrants escaped to South America, superseding a previous Lemurian colonisation of Pacific coastal Peru. The troublesome comet returned less than a thousand years later to unleash a bombardment of meteoritic material.

    Mu suffered, but endured, then revived yet again. Her agricultural engineers transformed the high hills of the Philippines into mountainous rice terraces, making Luzon the breadbasket of the Pacific.

    Then, in 1628 BCE, major volcanism and violent seismicity spawned by a final, cometary pass, afflicted the South Central Pacific.

    Most of the lands of Mu dropped beneath the sea, or were depopulated by hundred-foot-high tsunamis. With her ceremonial centres toppled, and infrastructure shattered beyond repair, the survivors abandoned what was left of their broken Motherland.

    Their arrival in other parts of the world acted as powerful stimuli for the beginning of new societies, forming the basis of new civilisations in Asia and America.

    The lost Motherland was subsequently remembered by numerous names – Rutas, Haiviki, Baralku, etc. – by the various peoples who shared in the Lemurian experience.

    During the eighth century BCE, early or proto-Romans began celebrating the annual Lemuria festival to mollify the restless spirits (lemures) of their ancestors.

    Four hundred years later, the Lemurian domination of Japan ended with the collapse of the Jomon Culture and the arrival of a Mongoloid people from Korea.

    They found the islands already inhabited by Caucasian indigenes, the degenerated descendants of once-civilised Lemurians.

    As recently as the early 19th century, the last Lemurians were exterminated by Polynesians in the Poike Ditch Massacre at Easter Island.

    Later that same century, English scientist, Philip Lutley Sclater, postulated the former existence of Lemuria to explain the occurrence of early primates on either side of the Indian Ocean.

    His contemporary, the German biologist, Ernst Haeckel, concluded that mankind first evolved in Lemuria.

    But the first popular discussion of the Pacific Motherland was not published until 1926, by British Army Colonel James M. Churchward.

    His Lost Continent of Mu, based on a translation of ancient tablets purporting to describe the drowned civilisation, ignited a controversy that persists to this day.

    Dismissed by most readers as a fantasy at best or a fabrication at worst, it found credibility 60 years later, when Kihachiro Aratake found a monumental building under water near Yonaguni, southernmost of the Japanese Ryukyu Islands.

    Its discovery was followed by at least a dozen other sunken structures observed off the shores of Japan, Taiwan, Pompei, Fiji, Peru and North America.

    This story, as incredible as it may appear to mainstream scholars, was not invented, but emerged entirely from an immense body of evidence, including related folk traditions, archaeological remains and artefacts, geology, and genetics.

    If Mu really existed and the natural catastrophe that destroyed her actually took place, we should expect at least something of this drama to have left its mark in Australia and New Zealand.

    Indeed, a people who never knew the written word, yet preserved a vivid knowledge of the Lemurian disaster, are the Australian Aboriginals.

    They tell of Mu-Mu-Na, the flaming rainbow serpent, also known as Mu-It, that fell from heaven to cause a world flood.

    When recounting the story, even today, Aboriginals swing a bull-roarer named after their mythic rendering of the deluge-inducing comet, because it imitates the fearsome sound produced by the falling “rainbow-serpent.”

    Their narrations often include descriptions of an ancestral paradise before it sank beneath the sea, remembered as Baralku.

    New Zealand’s Maori tell of a priest who prayed for salvation from a great celestial flame that threatened to incinerate the world when it was still new.

    His prayers were answered with a colossal flood that quenched all the fires, but wiped out a once splendid kingdom, killing most of its inhabitants.

    Australian Aborigines believe the tenets of their “Dream-time” cult arrived from the “land of Perfection” before it was engulfed by the sea.

    In Mangaian myth, Ru was the god of Avaiki, the undersea palace of the dead, and creator of an island at the centre of the world, Rangi-motia, yet another name for the sunken civilisation.

    The noted 19th century anthropologist Abraham Fornander researched a “Polynesian legend from Raiatea Society group, which states that the Deluge was occasioned by the wrath of Rua-Haku (‘Rua, the Lord’), the great ocean-god of that group.”

    The Deluge itself was known as Te tai o Rua-tapu after its flood-hero, Rua-tapa, in pre-Christian New Zealand. He was a legendary craftsman from Avaiki, who taught the Maori ancestors the art of woodcarving.

    Churchward’s statement that “the word tau (ta-oo) is one of the few of the Motherland that has been handed down” appears borne out in Hora-nui-a-Tau, “the Great Out-Stretched Land of Tau,” and Hau-papa-nui-a-Tau, “the Hilly Land of Tau.”

    In Maori folk tradition, these were the homelands from which the Tangata-Whenua, the original inhabitants of New Zealand, arrived in the ancient past.

    The Lemuria glyph symbolising their homeland was configured into a “T,” and pronounced ta-oo, identical to tau in the Greek alphabet.

    The same T-glyph is repeated in Aboriginal bark painting. It encloses seven sparkling figures corresponding to the Pleiades.

    Aboriginal myth recalls that the constellation belonged to a group of spirits, the Muramura, which combines the names of the sunken Motherland with that of the sun-god, Ra.

    They created human beings by smoothing out the limbs of unformed beasts, then gave them the first rites of initiation into sacred mysteries.

    The Muramura were said to have travelled over the world before being drawn up into the night sky by a long hair cord.

    Their name (a contraction of Mu, the Motherland, and the ‘Egyptian’ sun-god, Ra), function as creators of human life, and world-travellers, emphasising their Lemurian identity.

    The Hawaiians referred to the same constellation by the provocative name of Humu. Their tau-shaped “Cross of God” was known as the ta-ha-oo.

    Nearly 3000 miles from Hawaii, a colossal pyramidal platform, the Tauhala, stands in Mu’a, an ancient port-city on the Polynesian island of Tonga.

    These self-evidently Lemurian names spread across the vast ocean from Australia to Hawaii are invariably connected to enduring traditions of a lost homeland destroyed by an awesome act of nature.

    The Maoris believed that Te-Tumu was the ‘source’ which gave birth to mankind in the land of Mataaho, known in the Marquesas’ Deluge-chant, Tai-Toko, as Matahou.

    Sometime thereafter, it was overwhelmed by a killer-wave which some ancestral survivors escaped by sailing a great “canoe” called the Takitumu, “in remembrance of the original home they came from,” according to the ‘Travels of Tamatea’, an indigenous New Zealand chant transcribed in the late 19th century.

    It also mentions a place called Muri-wai-hou, a submarine realm reigned over by Limu, the god and guardian of the dead, from his vast palace in the depths of the sea.

    The chant describes the lost country of Irihia:
    “It was a great home of the Maori people, and in it was situated the whare-kura (or temple of learning) of Rongo-marae-roa. It was from this land that men and tribes dispersed to the islands of the great ocean.”
    Numerous oral traditions such as these have been confirmed by regional geologic evidence, which defines the three natural catastrophes that decimated Lemuria before 3000 BCE, around 2100 BCE, and in 1628 BCE.

    A submerged forest near Wellington in Hutt Valley, New Zealand, dated to circa 3100 BCE, shows a good correspondence with the similar submerged forest deposits of this age in western Europe.

    Along the west coast of Australia, a prominent ‘fresh’ submerged beach platform has been noted by divers at a depth of three to four meters below sea-level, which has also been tentatively dated to about 5000 years ago.

    American investigator Kenneth Caroli states that “the last known mega-tsunami in the Indian Ocean hit western Australia around 2000 B.C.”

    William Jett, a US anthropologist, says there was “severe climate change in Asia about 2100 B.C.”

    The outstanding volcanic event of 1628 BCE, the final destruction of Mu, was a blast produced by New Zealand’s Taupo Valley centre.

    Says Caroli, “the Taupo volcanic zone is quite large, about two hundred fifty kilometres long by forty to fifty kilometres wide, encompassing more than just New Zealand’s north island.

    It is also broken down into sub-regions. Via carbon-14 dating, it could be exactly contemporary with Akiachak, in Alaska.”

    It generated a 200-foot high wall of water travelling several hundred miles per hour like an all-encompassing shock-wave throughout the entire Pacific Ocean.

    Islands standing in its way were overwhelmed and utterly swept clean of every obstruction. Whole archipelagos vanished or were depopulated.

    Others abruptly sank beneath the surface of the ocean in accompanying earthquakes.

    Section of the Kaimanawa ‘Wall’

    Despite the trans-Pacific devastation of these natural catastrophes, the physical remains of Lemurian civilisation in New Zealand still exist.

    Immediately south of Lake Taupo, the Kaimanawa ‘Wall’ is more probably a step-pyramid or terraced, ceremonial marae of immense proportions.

    The American maverick archaeologist, David Hatcher Childress, who investigated the site in 1996, observed that “the blocks seem to be a standard 1.8 meters long by 1.5 meters high.

    The bottom block runs straight down to 1.7 meters and beyond. The blocks run for twenty five meters in a straight line from east to west and the wall faces due north.

    The wall consists of approximately ten regular blocks that are seemingly cut and fitted together without mortar.”

    The Lemurian impact on New Zealand and Australia was profound.

    And as more evidence emerges to confirm the ancient oral traditions of its native inhabitants, mankind gradually realises that our civilised origins are far more profound, technologically and spiritually greater than we have been led to believe.

    By Frank Joseph, Guest author
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    This duck saw his best friend in danger and went up to lend a hand, not knowing the danger that lay ahead. Sadly, both of them died from electrocution.

    Duck Got Electrocuted While Trying To Save ‘Best Friend’ Monkey’s Life, Sadly Both Died

    According to a Facebook post from MY Youth Animal Rights and Welfare, a monkey was playing around when it came into contact with a live wire that was carelessly left on the ground. He touched it and was electrocuted. He screamed in pain and could not let go of the wire.

    The duck could not bear to watch its best friend in pain and tried to help, only to be electrocuted while trying to remove the wire from the monkey. Both of them died in the process.

    The duck and the monkey had always stuck together since they were born, and, sadly, died together. The loving and grieved owner broke down with the dual loss of pets, when he saw their bodies.

    Many netizens were saddened by the story, but admire the friendship that the two animals shared till the end.


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    A continuous assault on the public psyche by the entertainment industrial complex aims to disorganize and derail the individual. It’s a world governed by terror, and to find relief from such continual fear and stress we’re invited to seek shelter in meaningless, self-destructive habits and pursuits. The celebrity role models in our culture lead the way, setting the example for how to abandon ourselves to the mainstream orgy of debauchery and stupidity.

    Illuminati Pop Stars – The In Your Face Conspiracy That Won’t Go Away

    Via the 24/7 news cycle format, the media keeps the shock and awe flowing, and corporate pop-culture is the escape. Pop stars are selected for their helplessness against the MK Ultra/Monarch-type mind control. This kind of programming is necessary to turn people into celebrity puppets whose behavior is to be emulated by the public. The stars that do this best become icons of Illuminati symbolism, using their careers and souls to pimp occult messages and ideas to the masses.

    Take the one-eye covered celebrity photo meme. They all do it. Is it just a creative coincidence, or are these stars required to strike this pose? If it’s in their contract to do this, what does it mean?

    It’s mind control.

    Handlers employed by the multi-trillion dollar entertainment industry craft these celebrities from children, subjecting them to various abusive forms of psychological torture. They are programmed play the role of fame and success, but are ultimately wired to self-destruct before the entire world. Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry and Amanda Bynes are a few of our contemporaries.

    Roseanne Barr spoke about MK Ultra programming in Hollywood in an interview with Abbey Martin.

    Many other celebrities have also spoken out. Corey Feldman went public with claims that Hollywood culture is rife with pedophilia, which is a powerful means of psychologically destroying a child. Bill Clinton even admitted that the government has been engaged in MK Ultra type programs where experiments were carried out on unwitting persons.

    This the Illuminati mind-controlled celebrity conspiracy is ubiquitous and the symbolism of the occult, of pedophilia, and of the Illuminati is everywhere.

    Being subjected to Monarch programming and MK Ultra conditioning develops a form of schizophrenia in the victim, causing them to take on two distinct personalities. One personality is able to perform whatever degrading, self-deprecating behavior is necessary to pull off such ritualistic, ridiculous public performances. The other personality, the true and private self is subdued, eventually begging for help.

    This recently happened with Katy Perry who publicly broke down, went on a psychotic fit on stage, then ended up making bizarre public statements about wanting to be herself again. She shaved her head, as many of these stars do as a first step in re-crafting an identity out of a shattered psyche. Brittany Spears went through a nearly identical breakdown at the end of her career.

    This sets an example for those in the audience. Be outrageous. Be a puppet. Destroy yourself.

    What is the Purpose?
    “…as I looked more closely at the way that power is asserted over us, it became more obvious how much mainstream pop culture (and in particularly, music videos) syndicates a puppet-mentality, where bodies are seemingly controlled and manipulated by outside forces. Yet despite the dark, occult imagery that we’re used to seeing in videos by the likes of Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Beyonce and Britney Spears, their music maintains a saccharine quality which creates a disturbing discord. Is there a hidden agenda behind the creation of these pop icons and are young people being conditioned to accept hyper-sexualization, militarization, and mental and physical torture with this sugar-coated, Disneyfied pop culture?” ~Dance Choreographer, Rosie Kay
    The goal is to take a young person, celebritize them and put them on stage to share the Illuminati values of over-sexualization, debauchery, slavery, spiritual degradation, consumerism, and worship of money and authority.

    This an ongoing psychological experiment which has done more than perhaps any other existing program in marketing the culture of death to each new generation. Self-destruction has been presented as the highest form of personal achievement. In this culture, nothing is shocking. Not permanent war, nor surveillance, police brutality, corruption, environmental destruction, nothing.
    Final Thoughts

    The pervasive Illuminati symbols in our culture subvert our natural, independent and humanistic values with a pernicious onslaught of stupidity, absurdity, sexualized garbage and escape through intoxication. In no other cultural arena is the social engineering and moral manipulation more prevalent than in the world of pop-entertainment.
    “The elite agenda is rooted in fear, panic, and terror. Such emotion is a golden currency, an invaluable asset that can be used to shape and mold society with little to no resistance.” ~Vigilant Citizen
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