Daily Archives: September 17, 2014

Lisa Gawlas – Inspiration To Applied Action! – 17 September 2014

lisagawlas2I really tried to get a sharing going yesterday, but my brains felt like they were spread out as far as the sky and I could not harness enough mental matter to complete a sentence.  Naturally, I expected to have a day of rescheduling because in the past, that has been the way of it.  I know quite clearly right now, my biggest lesson is getting the hell out of expectation based on any and all previous experiences.  All 5 readings yesterday were clear, audible and understandable.  That alone is a huge shift.  It’s like my brains came together just for the readings and then went back into space as soon as I was done.  I was grateful and surprised.  The more I understood what was happening via the readings, the more I understood the spaciness, extreme tiredness of my brain waves. Continue reading

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China Pumps $81Bn Into Banks To Stop Slowdown – Report – 17 September 2014

RT logoThe Chinese central bank is to inject $81 billion (500 billion yuan) into 5 major state banks to stimulate economic activity and lending, according to a source inside the People’s Bank of China.

It is an attempt to counter slower than expected growth in the world’s second largest economy while the government pursues economic reforms, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing an unnamed senior Chinese banker.

About $16 billion (100 billion Yuan) in stimulus will be injected into Bank of China, the China Construction Bank, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the Agricultural Bank of China, which are all headquartered in Beijing, and the Bank of Communications headquartered in Shanghai. The sum is much higher than the 22.07 billion yuan allotted last year.

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‘What’s Left Is Us’: Final-Day Push Before Historic Scottish Independence Vote – 17 September 2014

RT logoCampaigners on both sides of Scotland’s independence referendum are trying to sway over 4 million registered voters in a last-day push before the historic vote gets underway.

Voters in Scotland will head to polls on Thursday to decide whether they want to stay in the 307-year-union with the rest of the UK or become independent.

Turnout is expected to be massive, with 4,285,323 people having registered to vote by the September 2 deadline. With 2012 Scottish government figures estimating 4,410,288 people aged 16 and over reside in Scotland, up to 97 percent of eligible voters could turn out to cast their ballots.

Three new polls, one by Opinium for the Daily Telegraph, another by ICM for the Scotsman, and a third by Survation for the Daily Mail, were published on Tuesday evening. With undecided voters excluded, they all suggested a lead for ‘No’ of 52 percent to 48 percent in favor of independence.

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Yes To What? – The Scottish Conundrum – 17 September 2014

JamesCorbett4By James Corbett
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September 17, 2014

This article originally appeared in The Corbett Report Subscriber newsletter on September 13, 2014. To subscribe to the newsletter and become a member of The Corbett Report website, please sign up for a monthly or annual membership here. Continue reading

Germany Opens First Renewable Energy Storage Facility – 17 September 2014

RT logoGermany has launched what it claims is Europe’s first and largest commercial battery plant, which will help to store renewable power sources. Such sources can prove erratic, as they are dependent on the elements, such as wind and the sun.

The new plant, opened by Wemag AG, will be able to store five megawatts –enough to power roughly 2,500 homes. With Germany committed to going green, one of the country’s biggest problems had been where to store excess energy. The country currently produces around 25 percent of its energy from green sources.

“This is an interesting alternative to conventional power plants and the regional utilities have come up with an interesting project here,” German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel told German television at the plant’s opening in Schwerin, around 100km east of Hamburg in the north.

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New Canadian Sanctions ‘Unacceptable’ – Moscow – 17 September 2014

RT logoCanada has expanded its sanctions against Russia to include the country’s largest lender Sberbank, and five other companies, as well as five individuals. Russia plans to retaliate against the measures.

The new economic sanctions and travel bans are meant to curb Russia’s perceived involvement in the crisis in eastern Ukraine, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told Canada’s House of Commons on Tuesday.

“The sanctions imposed in coordination with our other allies are without a doubt having an effect on the Russian economy,” John Baird is quoted as saying on the ministry’s website.

The new round of Canadian sanctions targets Sberbank, the country’s biggest bank, and companies that produce military weapons and equipment, such as radar and missiles.

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Wes Annac – Oversoul Teachings Q&As: Galactic Fleets And Relationship Issues – 17 September 2014

wes-annac-300x229Channeled through Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness, Oversoul Teachings

The more you practice channeling and the various other greater spiritual capabilities you’re beginning to discover you can hone, the stronger these abilities will become. Dedication to the channeling flow will always be important for anyone who wants to hone their ability, and this can obviously be said for any ability under the sun.

As long as you’re willing to practice your respective creative/spiritual abilities as much and as often as possible, you’ll find little difficulty utilizing them at any given time of day. Continue reading