Daily Archives: August 19, 2013

Montague Keen – 19 August 2013


montaguekeenWhat was shown to you this week proves conclusively that the Light of Truth will triumph. Preparations are well under way. Be prepared for the unexpected. The element of surprise is important. You have seen the evidence of this. There are people in key positions around your world who are aware of what is expected of them. They will not be found wanting.

My dear, all is in Divine Order. Our time has come to rescue humanity from the evil influences that took control of it, and from their plans to destroy all that was not required by them. We needed to place some of the greatest minds who ever walked the Earth in position, in order to lead humanity. They will be revealed when the timing is right. Some are now learning who they really are and why they are on Earth at this time. Continue reading


Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Egypt Ponders Banning The Brotherhood To “Protect The State”; Court Frees Ousted President Hosni Mubarak From Prison – 19 August 2013

MishMikeShedlockCourt Frees Ousted President Hosni Mubarak

Violence has escalated in Egypt and a couple of new complications are in the works. Please consider Egypt Defense Chief Says Army Will Fight to Protect State.

A Cairo court ordered ousted President Hosni Mubarak freed from prison, a move that could complicate Egypt’s increasingly violent political transition, while militants in Sinai killed 26 policemen. Continue reading

Laura Bruno – The Green Backyard – 19 August 2013

laura-of-the-rocksThanks, Colette!

This is so timely, as I’m working with some neighborhood youths to apply for an available local grant for youths aged 15-20 to improve our neighborhood. My idea? Plant fruit trees in a ho-hum park down the street to beautify the space and provide food security for our town.

I had asked for the grant-required youths “to just show up at my door,” and yesterday, they did just that! Three were congregated outside our back gate, and we started talking. It turns out that one of the guys had actually asked our landlord if he could plant fruit trees on this property after our landlord cleared away most of the overgrown, neglected trees last year. I had hoped to find youths that would be willing to engage this project as a community service or for college application building, but this young man is passionate about Nature. He’s actually been wanting to plant fruit trees in our neighborhood, and he wants to get his girlfriend and friends involved, too. Here’s hoping the synchronicities continue all the way to grant qualification, planting, community building, and (eventually) harvesting! Continue reading

BrianKelly’sBlog – D’s Update & A Relevant Response From Alexander – 19 August 2013

brian-kelly27s-blogSunday, 18 August 2013

Aug 17th Update: Butterflys and Butt kicking- it’s your move dudes
Posted by D. at Removing the Shackles
http://removingtheshackles.blogspot.com/2013/08/aug-17th-update-butterflys-and-butt.html  Continue reading

Méline Lafont – Series Of Live Channeling Saint Germain – Serie 1 Part 1 (August 1) – 19 August 2013

Saint Germain, I guess the first question I’d like to ask you is, I was wondering if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself.  What your role is in this ascension.  Maybe about some past lives you have had.  People I think want to get you know you a little bit more.  So much has been said and written about you.  Some true, some untrue.  Maybe you could set the record a little bit.  Maybe just about you and who you are, what your role here is.  Just allow people to get to know you on a personal side.  Would you do that? Continue reading

WakingTimes – Andy Dilks – Art And The Transformative Vision – 19 August 2013

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1It’s hard not to look at the contemporary art market and see it as superficial and transitory – much of it comes across as the self-indulgent product of egotism; self-conscious attempts at irony that degenerate into meaningless banalities; a smug postmodern sensibility obsessed with its own cleverness without saying anything insightful. “Art” – however debased and misapplied the word has become in today’s materialistic world – is no longer interested in offering a transcendent vision of something innate and timeless. Instead, at best it serves as a loud, demanding punctuation mark, as immediate as the latest Google trends – a reflection of the short-term memory of the digital age more concerned with what is “in” than what is “within”. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – JPMorgan Is Selling The Building That Houses Its Gold Vault – 19 August 2013

ZeroHedgeOn the surface, there is nothing spectacular about the weekend news that JPMorgan is seeking to sell its 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza office building. After all, the former headquarters of Chase Manhattan Bank, located deep in the heart of the financial district and which was built by its then chairman David Rockefeller, is a remnant to another time – a time when banking was about providing loans, not about managing and trading assets which has become the realm of Midtown New York, and since JPM already has extensive Midtown exposure with its offices at 270, 270 and 245 Park, the 1 CMP building always stood out as a bit of a sore thumb. Of course, as Zero Hedge readers first learned, the big surprise is literally below the surface, some 90 feet below street level to be exact, where the formerly secret JPM gold vault is located, which also happens to be the biggest commercial gold vault in the world. Continue reading

CLN – Cassandra Sturdy – Occupy Builds Homes For The Homeless – 19 August 2013

549541_448529051921222_1777954086_n Occupy Madison, part of the global Occupy movement, is building tiny homes in the city of Madison, Wisconsin, for the homeless people who live there.

Indeed. Each home resembles a rather cute garden shed and contains a bed, a kitchen, a microwave, a refrigerator, a compost toilet and heating. Continue reading

Visionkeeper – Caring About What Matters – 19 August 2013

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Look at this picture a few minutes and try to capture what kind of feelings it evokes within you. I know for me, I was immediately drawn to it and felt a momentary twinge of wishing I could live in such a place. Not because I want to move from where I am, but because it is such a cared about location. Great care was taken to build the buildings, to cobble the streets, to make it appealing and inviting. I see this quite often in foreign countries. They seem to preserve their history and continue to embrace the style in which they live. Here in the U.S. we are overrun with cheap housing, square boxes with no character, poorly constructed and quickly so the builders could get on to the next job. No pride really, no appeal, no uniqueness, just cookie cutter living in the burbs. I have to wonder why we have allowed ourselves to accept this way of living. I always keep coming back to this in my posts, the fact we accept these things into our lives. We show no protest against it, we just march along behind the pied piper and go wherever he drags us, into whatever lifestyle he chooses. Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – The Lord Of The Rings – FLNWO #07 – 19 August 2013

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The Lord of the Rings is an epic tale of good and evil, centering around a lowly hobbit’s quest to destroy the One Ring with its magical power before it falls into the hands of Sauron, the dark lord. The story is well-known by now, if not in its own right then from the popular Hollywood adaptations of the tale. But what is the deeper significance of the story? What does the ring really stand for? Is the ring a symbol of our quest for political power, and if so, then was Tolkein an anarchist? Join us this month on Film, Literature and the New World Order as we explore these issues with Andrew Hoffman, co-host of the Revelations Radio News podcast and author of “The New World Order and the Eugenics Wars.” Continue reading