Daily Archives: July 18, 2013

BusinessInsider – Kyle Russel – Tech More: Features Privacy Facebook Google It’s Scary How Much You Give Up When You Sign A ‘User Agreement’ – 18 July 2013

businessInsiderWe deal with user agreements all the time. Whether it’s updating iTunes or downloading a new piece of software onto your laptop, companies give a long piece of legal gibberish that might be glanced at for a second or two before clicking “Accept.” Continue reading

Jamye Price – Weekly Lightblast – Revealing Truth – 18 July 2013

 JamyePriceRevealing Truth
Truth is relative and ever changing.  Truth is true from a perspective.  Your perspective changes along with you.  What you believed to be true in childhood does not remain true to you throughout your life.  Truth can seem one way with near vision and another with the vast perspective that distance provides.  Your clarity depends upon your ability to encompass both spectrums into your understanding and allow Truth to morph and move along with you.  As you become clear on the vague truths you stashed away into your subconscious mind, you reveal a clarity that permeates your past and future with your current wisdom of Love. Continue reading

DerSpiegel – Jan Puhl – Rebel Priest: Church’s ‘No. 1 Enemy’ A Symbol Of Polish Change – 18 July 2013

spiegelonlineHe’s loved by his congregation but loathed by the archbishop. Rebellious priest Wojciech Lemanski is seen as the church’s No. 1 enemy in Poland. His dismissal highlights the deep divide between church authorities and the faithful in this staunchly Catholic nation.

Pastor Wojciech Lemanski stepped up to his small pulpit on Wednesday morning to hold what may be his last sermon at his church in the town of Jasienica near Warsaw. The slender cleric, with his close-cropped gray hair, has become a household name in Poland in recent weeks. Newspapers have run stories about him and he’s been a topic of discussion on television in what has been dubbed “Pastor Lemanski vs. the Curia.” The case shows that support for the church is even crumbling in devoutly Catholic Poland.

Read the whole story at : www.spiegel.de / link to original article

ActivistPost – Nicholas West – The Rise Of The Avatars – 18 July 2013

Logo_activistpost-com( Lucas : The transhumanism agenda is shown here in this article.)

For those unfamiliar with the full goals of The Singularity Movement, it is valuable to visit the website 2045 — the theoretical date when computer intelligence surpasses that of humanity, thus establishing a new form of social and economic contract.

Just a short while ago — more or less yesterday — a “Rise of the Robots” scenario was being debated for its potential Utopian and Dystopian outcomes. Then the movie Avatar supplanted Terminator to reflect an entirely new possibility.

Read the whole story at : www.activistpost.com / link to original article

Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Expect What The Economists Don’t – 18 July 2013

mish-image-15%EU officials and economists believe that Europe can export its way to health. It cannot.

As a whole, the 17 nation block runs a net trade surplus.

With China slowing, with emerging markets looking anemic at best, and with a weak Japanese Yen making Japanese exports such as cars relatively attractive, precisely where are those exports supposed to go? Mars? Continue reading

TheIndepedent – One In Four Germans Wants Microchip Under Skin: Poll – 18 July 2013

https://i2.wp.com/www.independent.co.uk/independent.co.uk/images/independent_masthead.png(Lucas : Look how the mainstream media is pushing the NWO- Total Control agenda again by reporting this story. Letting you believe people want a chip. Who did the poll and where was it done with what people!!! They had the interest in the outcome… So discern and know not let yourselves be fooled by the PTW.)

It sounds like something from a sci-fi film, but one in four Germans would be happy to have a microchip implanted in their body if they derived concrete benefits from it, a poll Monday showed.

The survey, by German IT industry lobby group BITKOM, was intended to show how the division between real life and the virtual world is increasingly coming down, one of the main themes of the CeBIT trade fair that kicks off Tuesday.

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Gillian MacBeth-Louthan – Become A Living Blessing – 18 July 2013

daisyYou sit at an intersection of who you once were and who you shall become.  You read the roadmap of your past actions and reactions and expect to find the future in those directions.  You see where you have fallen and none have picked you up.  You wait for the world to exhale so that you can breathe in what was once good, and purposeful. The carbon monoxide of other’s fears waif through the air.     Continue reading

SwissIndo – New Update – Owner Global Partnership and Trust Fund Operations Concessional Finance and Global Partnerships Treaty Event UN-RI 2013/2014 – 18 July 2013


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Gloria Wendroff – The Heaven Letters – The World Of Your Making – 18 July 2913

gods20handGod said:

Look, you want to stop rushing. It is not for you to be in a dither of activity. It is not efficient to rush. This does not mean you have to plod.

When you have a job to do, do it. Move along. Sometimes, it would seem that you think finishing what you are working on is urgent. Do you feel that you must be done or you will be thrown off the planet? Just what do you think will happen if you don’t finish a project on time or ahead of time – whether it is housecleaning or an essay assignment – would the world collapse? Would your world collapse? Continue reading