Daily Archives: December 9, 2013

Sophia Love – Most Recent Message – 9 December 2013

Sophia Love

Sophia Love

Two updates:  December 8, 2013 and December 9, 2013

Sophia, as I shared with You magnetic rotation technology and encourage You to make them and use in Your cars and homes I was told to share with You also a much cheaper and easier way how to avoid using combustion fuels. You can easily use water as a fuel, all You need to do is retrofit Your old gasoline/diesel engine system to run on it, and tweaks necessary to make Your car running on water are very few, engine remains the same, in this case You are using hydrogen fuel (using process hydrolysis, where You separate hydrogen from oxygen), I know You already heard of these new types of fuel, here instead of buying a new car, which is costly, You can make Your old car working on water. It is environment friendly, non polluting, no CO2 emissions, although heat still present, but not as much as in combustions. So this process is much cheaper and easier, natural fuel of stars – hydrogen and natural “fuel” of animals – oxygen is being used. Continue reading


5DMediaNetwork – Look Up Coming Radio Show And Archived Radio Shows – 9 December 2013

5Dlogo-150x150I will post weekly this message where you can find the shows.


Look the shows up  at above link and or listen live!  Enjoy the shows or do not… that is your choice.  I always say whatever you do discern yourselves and if it resonates with you it is fine.



DealBook – Why Federal Reserve Support Is Really A Bailout – 9 December 2013



It has become something of an article of faith in the financial world that government support like discount-window liquidity does not count as a bailout. Namely, the argument is that if a financial institution needs to borrow some money on a short-term basis from the government, but the institution is otherwise solvent, that the lending is not a bailout.

www.dealbook.nytimes.com / link to original article

Rady Ananda – NSAssociate Google’Censors CLG On Fukushima Radiation – 9 December 2013

Logo_activistpost-comGoogle has been censoring news link emails from Citizens for Legitimate Government, despite repeated attempts by Gmail users to declare those emails “not spam.” The latest email to be censored was sent on Dec. 7, and links to mainstream news sources warning of Fukushima radiation.

Earlier this month, CLG emailed its list seeking legal counsel for the censorship.

CLG’s Breaking News page is updated daily: http://www.legitgov.org/#breaking_news Continue reading

Dana Mrkich – Where Is Our Redundancy Package? :) – 9 December 2013

Dana Colour Pic NewI was talking to my friend Diana about the energies of this past year and saying how it feels like so many of us have been retrenched from what we used to do, whether we’re experiencing that literally, emotionally or energetically. She replied with her fabulous laugh: “Yes it feels like that, but where’s the redundancy package!!?”

Even if we’re still in ‘old’ roles, our old version of why we’re doing it has changed and so it feels like we’re no longer driving with the same purpose, direction, focus, motivation or map. We have a new role now, even if we think we’re in an old role, which can be simultaneously confusing and exciting.  Continue reading

Laura Bruno – If It’s Not Fun, Then It’s Not Sustainable – 9 December 2013

laura-of-the-rocksWhile riding the synchronicity train this weekend, I passed several stops on the way to Whitley Strieber Station, most of which had to do with local food and the phrase, “You are where you eat,” which I found in a book and then online. The following series of videos from Canada’s ChekNews explores “the importance of self-sufficient food farming on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.” Continue reading

Aisha North – The Manuscript Of Survival – Part 377 – 9 December 2013

AishaNorthAs you have perhaps already noticed, the speed with which things are happening now has increased exponentially, and many of you will find yourself holding your breath at times now, as the view from within will seem to be one of motion blur. Let us explain. As we told you, utilize that small breather you were given over the weekend, for now, things will once again take on a new speed, and indeed direction. For now, you will all feel compelled to stop hanging around as it were, and even if the view from your current station may be construed as a pleasant one, it is not the view you have come to see. For you have far loftier goals, dear ones, and as such, resting on your laurels will be a thing of the past. Continue reading

John Ward – The Paedofile: Met Plod’s Astonishingly Anal Approach To Nailing A Politician – 9 December 2013

manbackmonocropfinal“I was there, but I didn’t  inhale”

The good news is, Operation FairbridgeFernbank or whatever it is this week has established a witness who has ID’d “an ex political Minister” at Elm House, and said Minister has been approached about it. Continue reading

Nonconformity And Freethinking Now Considered Mental Illnesses – 9 December 2013

The Unbounded Spirit

Is nonconformity and freethinking a mental illness? According to the newest addition of the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), it certainly is. The manual identifies a new mental illness called “oppositional defiant disorder” or ODD. Defined as an “ongoing pattern of disobedient, hostile and defiant behavior,” symptoms include questioning authority, negativity, defiance, argumentativeness, and being easily annoyed.

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

Study:Phys.org – Sub-Saharan Africans Benefit From Buying Water – 9 December 2013


Many of West Africa’s largest cities continue to lag in their provision of piped water to residents. Filling the service gap are plastic water sachets, which have become an important source of drinking water for the region. This industry provides many jobs and improves access to clean drinking water, yet unintended social and environmental consequences associated with the widespread use of sachet water continues to stir controversy.

A new study by Justin Stoler, assistant professor of Geography and Regional Studies at the University of Miami (UM) College of Arts and Sciences examines the demographics of sachet in Ghana’s capital Accra and analyzes the roles that poverty, environment, and social justice play in relation to urban . Stoler hopes to guide policy makers on one of the most pressing issues in West Africa—meeting universal drinking water needs.
Read the whole story at: www.phys.org/ link to original article