Daily Archives: October 26, 2014

Wes Annac – Oversoul Teachings: You No Longer Need To Wait – Part 2/2 – 26 October 2014

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

Concluded from Part 1

If you can keep in mind that you’re constantly loved, guided and supported by various higher-dimensional souls, you can more easily and readily attune to the intuitive wisdom we offer.

We recommend you always listen to your intuition and never deny any advice or guidance it has for you, because it’s not only a directional and navigational system that helps you make decisions that’ll ultimately lead you back into the higher realms – it’s also your direct link to these realms. Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 961 – The Mind Renewed: ISIS And The Strategy Of Tension – 26 October 2014

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via TheMindRenewed.com:

James Corbett, investigative journalist and host of The Corbett Report, joins us once again, this time for a detailed interview on the subject of ISIS.

How are we to understand ISIS? (IS? ISIL? AQI? JTJ? …?) Is it, as often presented, essentially a spontaneous grouping of violent jihadists with aspirations for a global caliphate? Or is it, in reality, a multi-faceted phenomenon, arising out of – and manipulated by – various religious, geopolitical and corporate interests, each with its own vested interests in promoting ongoing destabilisation of the Middle East? Continue reading

Sophia Love – The Ego, Its An Inside Job – 26 October 2014

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We are no longer easily manipulated. It is one thing though, to live with awareness of forces outside of ourselves to control us. It is quite another to acknowledge the internal effort going on 24/7. This is the voice of our addictions – the ego.Being human, you’ve no choice but to have an ego. It’s the part of you talking about what is going on for you. It voices emotion, tells you what to think, explains what it is your eyes are looking at and feeds you with constant conversation. It does this at your command. It began when you were an infant, while you were adjusting to this body and this “reality”. It has not stopped. Continue reading

John Ward – Having Read The ECB Stress Test, I Am Stressed – 26 October 2014

I mean, let’s get real here: if the ECB says the basis of dynamic fall is not only short but little, then surely we have nothing to worry about. Er, um, well…here’s another tweet:

3eurobankOh dear, or something. Three Cypriot banks…that’s all of them, isn’t it?

And two Belgian banks….don’t the Belgians have an economy 78% focused on running the EU?

And…OMG…NINE ITALIAN BANKS? Aaaarrrgggg. Continue reading

Jon Rappoport – Exit From The Matrix: Why Is Imagination Rejected? – 26 October 2014

jon7Instead of being viewed as a core human power, imagination is usually relegated to the status of “a toy for children.”

Upon attaining the status of “mature adult,” a person is expected to offload remnants of imagination and get down to the serious business of living.

This means fitting in, finding a niche, specializing, and “making himself useful.”

These factors eventually add up to existing in a hypnotic state.

If there is rescue, it is framed in terms of some external force that delivers a longed-for prize. Continue reading

Méline Portia Lafont – The Eclipse Energies – The Goddess Speaks – 26 October 2014

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John Ward – Breaking…..15% Of Bankers Go Mad As A Result Of ECB Stress Test – 26 October 2014

JohnWIn an unexpected development this morning, the European Central Bank announced that 15% of bankers had been rendered insane by the stress of trying to pass the stress test. This means that 100% of eurobankers are now completely bonkers. Continue reading

Laura Bruno – Rumi – Don’t Go Back to Sleep – 26 October 2014

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ZeroHedge- Eight Pieces Of Our Oil Price Predicament – 26 October 2014

 ZeroHedgeVia Gail Tverberg via Our Finite World blog,

A person might think that oil prices would be fairly stable. Prices would set themselves at a level that would be high enough for the majority of producers, so that in total producers would provide enough–but not too much–oil for the world economy. The prices would be fairly affordable for consumers. And economies around the world would grow robustly with these oil supplies, plus other energy supplies. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to work that way recently. Here are at least a few of the issues involved.

www.zerohedge.com/ link to original article

John Ward – Don’t Waste Your Vote Next May…..Don’t Vote – 26 October 2014

4horseptnetTHE FOUR HORSEMEN OF ACROCKASHITSAs the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse pick up speed for the last lap around the crumbling Acropolis that used to be the United Kingdom, we face a unique Election run-in where three of the Horse-heads lie uneasy on their shoulders, and the fourth (has he been doped?) is destined for the glue factory.

David Cameron looks a little silly this morning, as it emerges that the extra £1.7bn we have to pay the EU is there on page one of the rulebook. He hasn’t got a leg to stand on. The rule doesn’t either, but he signed up to it so now he’ll have to grin and bear it. Another 500 thousand votes for Faisal Naraj, kerr-ching Ithangyoo. Continue reading