Tag Archives: 29 September

Dana Mrkich – The Sunlit Zone – 29 September 2014

Dana Colour Pic NewTo help us understand the current collective energies, I was shown an image in my mind’s eye.  Pictures tell a thousand words as they say so I searched online until I found the closest match:

 

Source: Kiran’s Science Fair 

I found the above pic and thought bingo! Not only is it a visual match, but the words and meaning are perfect.  This image shows the five zones of ocean water, depicting the different layers according to how much sunlight each layer receives.  The top layer is the Sunlit Zone which gets the most sunlight. The Twilight Zone gets very little sunlight, while the Dark Zone at the bottom of the ocean receives no sunlight although there is some light from the creatures that swim there – and many surprisingly do!. The Abyss is the very bottom – no light, and a lot of water pressure. The Trenches refer to the cracks in the Earth’s crust – trenches and canyons. Despite the total lack of light, life including starfish can be found there. Continue reading

Jon Rappoport – History Proves Vaccines Are Quite Safe—Really? – 29 September 2014

jon7In 1987, when I was writing my first book, AIDS INC., I decided to look into vaccines as a cause of immune-system suppression.

I had never dug below the surface of that subject before.

Of course, the authorities and experts have been forever telling people how effective and safe vaccines are. They issue their remarks with great assurance.

Here are just a few of my findings, from 1987. They paint a different historical record. Continue reading

NaturalNews – Water Rationing Hits California: Limit Of 50 Gallons Per Person Per Day Or Face Fines Of $500 – 29 September 2014

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) Millions of Californians are about to be hit with strict water rationing — daily “allocation” numbers that represent the maximum amount of water you’re allowed to use for any purpose. Households that exceed the allocation limit will face stiff fines of hundreds of dollars per violation.

“In July, the State Water Resources Control Board passed stage one emergency regulations, giving powers to all local water agencies to fine $500 per violation,” reports the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. [1] Continue reading

Lisa Gawlas – The Final Quarter Of 2014 Revealed! – 29 September 2014

lisagawlas2So much to share!!  Let me start off by sharing what I couldn’t remember yesterday.  It’s funny, for the life of me I couldn’t remember what was so clear in my heart and understanding the day prior, not until my very last reading of the day was at the end of his session, then it was like a floodgate opened and it all poured back in.  I also realized too, I needed yesterdays field of readings to really understand the rest of our story. Continue reading

Silence Is Not Sexual Consent: California Passes ‘Yes Means Yes’ Bill – 29 September 2014

RT logoCalifornia Governor Jerry Brown has signed a law designed to make it clear when sexual consent is mutual between students on California college campuses, as well as including guidelines for addressing sexual assault reports.

Lawmakers in the state concluded that the popular “No means No” slogan aimed at preventing sexual assault was not enough to prevent misunderstandings between adults, so passed a more pro-active measure, passing a historic “Yes means Yes” alternative instead.

“With one in five women on college campuses experiencing sexual assault, it is high time the conversation regarding sexual assault be shifted to one of prevention, justice and healing,” said State Senator Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles), the author of the bill, AP reported.

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

UK’s First Floating Solar Field: 300 Acres, 200Kw Of Power – 29 September 2014

RT logoBritain’s first floating solar panel project has been constructed in Berkshire, as part of a scheme its architect hopes will offer a blueprint for the technology that could be built at hundreds of selected sites across the country.

The project, consisting of 800 solar panels, was installed in early September on a reservoir at a 300-acre fruit farm close to the village of Wargrave. The program is reportedly eligible for renewable energy subsidies, funded by energy bill payers.

The developer of the scheme, Mark Bennett, told the Telegraph that the floating panels generate more revenue than conventional solar farms positioned on fields because earnings from potentially valuable farmland need not be forfeited to create space for them.

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

Hyper Report – 140929 – Spotlight On Fed – 29 September 2014

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