Daily Archives: November 20, 2014

Selacia – Working With Time Distortions – 20 November 2014

SelaciaThe winds of change have shifted this month, allowing more forward movement and a reprieve from October’s erratic energies. If you’re not yet feeling like it’s smooth sailing, one reason is the time distortion we’re experiencing.

Clock time can tell you one thing, yet your own inner sense of time may have you feeling either behind time or urgently wanting to be ahead. The overall effect can be a sense that you aren’t quite in tune with where you need to be. You may simply want to stop the merry-go-round of time altogether!

You really cannot stop the march of time, of course, but there is plenty that you can do to keep your equilibrium. In fact, in this last stretch of 2014, it is essential that you discover how to make friends with time and change. Continue reading

New Biomarker Detects & Treats Cancer Tumors At Same Time – 20 November 2014

RT logoScientists at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University have created a new biological marker for cancer patients that lights up tumor cells and treats disease with drugs at the same time.

The breakthrough biomarker is a nanophosphor particle ten thousand times smaller than a grain of sand, which lights up when it detects tumor cells to allow scientists to take a better look.

This is the first time we are able to do bio-imaging, and potentially target the delivery of drugs at the same time, as proven in small animal tests,” Professor Joachim Loo, a nanotechnology and bio-imaging expert, said in a NTU statement. “Our breakthrough will open up new doors in the various fields of nanomedicine, bio-imaging and cancer therapeutics.”

Professor Loo said particles that are used for bio-imaging currently on the market are only good for imaging and not able to release drugs or sense the environment that is around the tumor. He said the nanoparticle is coated with a layer of anti-cancer drugs that can be released, if necessary.

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Passing Keystone Pipeline ‘An Act Of War,’ Sioux Tribe President Tells RT – 20 November 2014

Sioux Rosebud President Cyril Scott (Screenshot from the RT video)
Sioux Rosebud President Cyril Scott (Screenshot from the RT video)

The President of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota is no fan of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, telling RT’s Ben Swann that congressional authorization of the project would be “an act of war against our people.”

In fact, Sioux tribe president Cyril Scott said the pipeline would cut right through the “sovereign nation” of the Native American tribe in South Dakota. The House of Representatives passed a measure last week to fast-track the project, provoking a strong response from Scott.

Read the full story at: www.rt.com / link to original article

Jamye Price – Weekly Lightblast – Adjusting Perspective – 20 November 2014

JamyePrice2012closeupAs you grow into an adult, you begin to observe your past, your present and your ideals against those that you have been surrounded with for your entire life. From your family, friends and cultures, you evaluate what still feels true to you and what you want to discard. Some do not come to this conclusion of choice, others partially so. As a Lightworker on an Ascension path, you are journeying through the energy on Earth and focusing your vibrational data into new solution available. The beauty of the subconscious mind is it requires your inner focus and intent to choose beyond the hive. As a young child, your safety and growth is mostly led by others. As an adult, you have choice. Choice is a functionality of perspective. As you Adjust your Perspective for your benefit, you are making new choice even if you do not yet change your actions. Choice is your first action. Continue reading

Police Must Respect Protesters’ Rights In Ferguson – HRW – 20 November 2014

RT logoHuman Rights Watch said Wednesday that the police in Ferguson, Missouri must allow peaceful protest after the coming decision by a grand jury on the Michael Brown case, and that law enforcement abuses like those of August are unacceptable.

A grand jury is soon due to decide on whether to indict Darren Wilson, a Ferguson police officer for the fatal shooting of Michael brown an African American teenager, on the 9 August 2014.

If the jury decides, as is deemed likely, not to indict the officer, then protest is quite likely. In fact the governor of the state Jay Nixon declared a 17 day state of emergency on November 17 fearing the “possibility of expanded unrest”.

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Feds Approve Fracking In Massive Washington National Forest – 20 November 2014

RT logoA federally sanctioned decision announced this week will mean fracking can soon occur within portions of the largest national forest in the eastern half of the United States.

On Tuesday, the US Forest Service greenlighted a plan that installs rules that will let energy companies conduct hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, within the massive multistate George Washington National Forest.

Environmentalists had largely tried to keep the forest free of fracking operations, in which chemicals are pumped deep below the ground in order to extract natural gas, arguing against the potential polluting of the area’s water supply and other unknown risks that remain possible repercussions from the relatively new and often controversial drilling practice.

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Laura Bruno – Fiona Broome – How Shakespeare Changed Everything – 20 November 2014

laura-of-the-rocksHow Shakespeare changed everythingby Fiona Broome

Shakespeare’s plays changed almost everything that we think about faeries.

Before Shakespeare wrote about them, most people were terrified of faeries.  One of the most frightening was a faerie called Robin Goodfellow.  He was blamed for bad luck, poor harvests, and even death.

Then, Shakespeare suggested that faeries might not be evil… just mischievous.

During Shakespeare’s era, that was a radical idea. Continue reading