Daily Archives: October 22, 2011

David Icke – Essential Knowledge For #OccupyWallStreet Protesters

By David Icke – via http://www.in5d.com : also thanks to Ron van Dycke for pointing out these facts to us as David Icke did.

David Icke - Essential Knowledge For A #OccupyWallStreet ProtestorDavid Icke offers solutions to the Occupy Wall Street movement which is now being globally called Occupy Together or simply, the Occupy Movement or Protest. Icke believes we need to end the ability of private banks being able to create money out of fresh air on screens and charging interest on it.  Icke believes that all governments should create their own currency, interest free, and circulate it interest free so it can be a unit of exchange to overcome the limitations of barter because the same networks that control the banks, control the governments.

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Compendium of UFO Fleets

By Steve Beckow via http://www.SteveBeckow.com posted 22 October 2011. The videos show up on the  compedium link.

This collection of videos on UFO fleets will be continuously updated and reposted. Arranged in reverse chronology.

Many videos of fleets over Paraguay, London, New York, Moscow and many other familiar clips have been removed or are no longer available. It’s amazing to see how many Youtube accounts for people who’ve posted fleet shots in the past have been cancelled. Here are fleet shots that have survived.

Link to original article Compendium of UFO Fleets here are all videos for viewing.

St. Germain Addresses the Continental Congress

Posted by Steve Beckow via http://www.stevebeckow.com 22 September 2011  Link original article

Stories of the marvellous and mischievous doings of St. Germain are among the most addictive of readings. And few stories are more wonderful than his alleged speech before the nascent Colonial or Continental Congress meetings where he exhorted the assembled representatives to sign the Declaration of Independence.

I have to admit that, when I first read Isabel Cooper-Oakley’s The Comte de St. Germain (available free here:http://tinyurl.com/3rzvr5x), I didn’t stop reading his published works until I had read every (credible) thing I could lay my hands on. Continue reading