Daily Archives: February 6, 2014

Nancy Tate – Wake Up Call – Saint Germain – 6 February 2014

NancyTateSt. Germain,

Nancy: St Germain, I have been wondering since you gave the information the other day that you did, why did you give me what you did, and why the timing of it? Now I am wondering, what more, if any, is there that you would like to share with me so that I can share it with the world? I feel there must be at least a part 2 to this message. Continue reading

Lee Harris – 2014 Year Of Emergence – Video – 6 February 2014

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Respons To Max Igan’s Ultimatum On Vlad Laws – 6 February 2014

Marlene Swetlishoff – Archangel Gabriel – 6 February 2014

marlene1-1Beloved Ones,

Let us have discourse on the quality of love called manifestation. This quality involves the application of several other qualities of love, namely trust, determination, diligence, discipline and faith. In its application, this quality of love requires a set intention (either consciously or subconsciously) that what one strongly desires to become a reality in one’s life will come into one’s reality in order that one may experience the outcome as envisioned. This is a facet of love that is now coming into its own and is in its beginning stages of application. This quality requires inner power and drive to accomplish successfully. It requires focus and singleness of purpose as an individual practices creation of that which is desired to be experienced in their lives. Continue reading

Hyper Report – 140206 – Largest Silver Holder – 6 February 2014

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The UN Asks For Control Over The World’s Internet – 6 February 2014

RT logoMembers of the United Nation’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) have agreed to work towards implementing a standard for the Internet that would allow for eavesdropping on a worldwide scale.

At a conference in Dubai this week, the ITU members decided to adopt the Y.2770 standard for deep packet inspection, a top-secret proposal by way of China that will allow telecom companies across the world to more easily dig through data passed across the Web.

According to the UN, implementing deep-packet inspection, or DPI, on such a global scale will allow authorities to more easily detect the transferring and sharing of copyrighted materials and other protected files by finding a way for administrators to analyze the payload of online transmissions, not just the header data that is normally identified and interpreted.

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