Monday, March 11, 2013

T.L. = Trinity Lions: "Together We Have The Power!!!"

David Icke
We Have The Power!!!

David Icke - Together ... We Have The Power

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Angry Tiger ~ We Are Here!!! ~ TigerSkin


Exorcism regarding Reptilian Demons +++ Implant Hemispheres & Galactic Central Sun Activity

Exorcism regarding Reptilian Demons
Jordan Maxwell's Knowledge & Wisdom
Reptile Alien Encounter Report

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Implant Hemispheres & Galactic Central Sun Activity
Sunday, March 10, 2013
"There has been a lot of progress of the Light forces lately on the non-physical planes. The Light forces are accelerating the clearing of non-physical negative entities and they are driving them out of all areas around the surface of the planet except from the so called implant hemispheres.
Implant hemispheres are areas of distorted spacetime continuum around the etheric implants. Each incarnated human being has received etheric implants by the Archons just before incarnating – the so called veil of forgetfulness. Those etheric implants are actually multidimensional black holes which contain anomalous matter and distorted quantum fluctuation. Each human being has three of those implants and they create a quite stable interference pattern which keeps the consciousness of the human being within the Matrix. This interference pattern creates an energy field of anomalous distorted spacetime structure around the implants with a radius of about 100 feet with the three implants in its center. This energy field was spheric until very recently. Last month the Light forces have managed to push the lower half of that spheric field of every human being towards the surface of the planet so now only the hemisphere above the surface remains. When many people are located close to each other, implant hemispheres tend to merge and create a unified distortion field. This is the main reason why the energies in large cities are not very good usually.
Those implant hemispheres look like this:

In the last week, many non-physical negative entities were driven out by the Light forces from all other areas into the implant hemispheres. These implant hemispheres are the only place where they are relatively safe from being cleared by the Light forces for now. The increased presence of Light is compressing the remaining darkenss. You were most likely able to feel this compression as extreme tiredness of the physical body which is undergoing intense tranformation. Many people also experienced energy attacks from the incoming negative entities and headaches because of increased implant activity. All this will be somewhat less intense from today onwards.

The most secure place for the negative non-physical entites to hide is in the sector of our implant hemisphere which corresponds to our traumatic experiences. When we experience a trauma, we tend to go out of the body and in that very moment usually negative non-physical entities attach to our energy field. Because the trauma is usually suppressed, we are not aware of those entities and they can carry out their plans undisturbed. This is the main reason the Archons have designed trauma-based mind programming. 
Until now, the existence of implant (hemi)spheres was one of the main secrets of Archons and the reason of their confidence in the last 25,000 years. This intel is released now because the increased activity of the Galactic Central Sun will begin to dissolve the implant hemispheres. When they are disintegrated, this will be one of the biggest victories of the Light forces in the last 25,000 years.
The Galactic Central Sun is slowly beginning to increase its activity during this month of March. Comet Panstarrs is a cosmic trigger which will connect the consciousness of the surface population with this increased activity of the Cental Sun. This comet will make a spectacular show in our evening skies in the next few days:
The activity of the Galactic Central Sun will increase drastically after the activation of the portal on May 25th and will be extremly high during June, July and August. This is the time period within which the Light forces will be making great progress with deconstruction of the implant hemispheres. It is not possible to predict the progress of clearing of the implant hemispheres in detail because the exact structure of the anomaly within the implants is not understood well enough yet.
Increased activity of the Galactic Center is a direct consequence of a passage of an interstellar clound named G2 close to Galactic Center in the summer of this year:
The passage of G2 close to Galactic Center will not trigger a Galactic Tsunami nor a global coastal event as some people are afraid. There is no »hot Jupiter« star within that cloud so no Galactic Superwave event will be triggered. Anyway, the Galactic Confederation has shielding technology which can protect the ecosystem on the surface of this planet and also to stabilize the tectonic plates. So there will be no drastic cataclysm happening. But definitely strong energies will be present which will mercilessly continue to wipe out all darkness until the last Reptilian is gone. "
 ~ Cobra

Sunday, March 10, 2013

M.J.97 +++ X

M.J. = Merkel's Junge ;)
97 = Han+N+over = Sirius+B = UR+2+Isis
T+D = 20+4 = 24 = X
The Departed


  M+J+97+X = 144


 The Departed (2006) - Official Trailer


T.L. = That's Life

T.L.E. = That's LifE
T.L. = That's Life

I.T. = I'm free, That's me (S.W. = Spacer Woman)

T+I =20+9 =29
F+R+E+E = 6+18+5+5 =X+10 = 34
Smile :) IT Confuses People

Saturday, March 9, 2013

... & ToDay :D
Sunday March 10, 2013
S+W = 42

RiA*2 = iSiS & UR003+Ш

RiA+RiA = 56 = iSiS 
TШ=22+30 & The Dove Of Isis 111 
The Pyramid Cente
Duck = Ente = Patka

SunG16& Zen Master Cats

Zen Master Cats
Z+M+C = 26+13+3 = 26+16 = 42

The Cosmic Game: T+C+G ~ 19+49

The Cosmic Game: T+C+G ~ 19+49
A pic ~ Venus RA
Source Field Consciousness Energy:
  11:15AM - Sat 09 Mar 2013 

alien+AT+ED+ ~

The Felines, Lyra, DNA of Christos Beings & The Ptaal  

Saturday, March 9, 2013

S.E.(T.)H. = Serbian Exile (Temple) Hannover +++ die Ruinen von Atlantisis

S.E.(T.)H. = Serbian Exile(Temple) Hannover
+++ die Ruinen von Atlantisis 

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7+23 = G+W = 30 ~ G.W. = Gentle Woman 

+++ Thomas' Gospel +++


Silvio Berlusconi +++ S.S. = Sex Scandal

Silvio Berlusconi +++ S.S. = Sex Scandal

Karima El Mahroug
arriving at court in Milan 
for Silvio Berlusconi's trial
'Ruby The Heartstealer' 
Karima El Mahroug 
Arrives For 
Silvio Berlusconi Sex Scandal Trial
The Huffington Post UK  |  Posted:   |  Updated: 14/01/2013 11:09 GMT
The nightclub dancer "Ruby The Heartstealer" at the centre of the Silvio Berlusconi sex scandal has arrived to testify in court, where the former Prime Minister is accused of paying for sex with her while she was underage. Berlusconi, 76, who is seeking a fifth term in government at general elections in February, is accused of paying Karima El Mahroug for sex when she was under 18, which is the minimum legal age for prostitution in Italy. The billionaire media mogul denies all charges and El Mahroug, a Moroccan who is now 20, has said she never had sex with him.

Looking composed and wearing a demure black jacket and grey scarf, El Mahroug has kept a low profile since the scandal, and now has a one-year-old daughter with her nightclub owner boyfriend, who accompanied her into the courtroom in Milan. It is the first time that the Moroccan dancer has appeared to testify, but lawyers for Berlusconi are attempting last-ditch measures to delay the trial. The Financial Times reported that his lawyer Niccolò Ghedini has asked the judge to consider delaying the trial until after the election, on the basis of "legitimate impediment" - because Berlusconi would be too busy to follow the trial and it would be used against him on the campaign trail. Sex with a prostitute who is under 18 years of age is a crime in Italy. The scandal took on a further political flavour at the time it broke, with Berlusconi being accused of "abuse of office" after apparently telling a police chief in Milan that Mahroug was related to Hosni Mubarak, then the beleaguered president of Egypt, during the Arab uprisings. Her appearance at the trial was due in December, but she told prosecutors she was holidaying in Mexico, and was slapped with a €5,000 fine for her non-appearance Berlusconi is leading his centre-right People of Freedom party at the national elections next month, with his poll ratings consistently lower than his centre-left rivals, but still rising steadily. He could be sentenced to up to 15 years in prison, but is allowed two appeals if found guilty.

Karima el-Mahroug, center, the Moroccan woman at the center of ex-Premier Silvio Berlusconi's sex-for-hire trial

Africa's Cocaine Hub

Africa's Cocaine Hub:
a 'Drug Trafficker's Dream'

João Biague says he only has one way to lose his job: "success." As soon as he manages to seize a shipment of drugs, he admits, "I'll be fired." But "success" is not actually part of the job description of the director general of Guinea-Bissau's judicial police. Biague has his office in a colonial building slowly turning black from the moisture and humidity. It's located on a dirt street near an athletic field. The potholes are filled with plastic refuse and seashells. A woman is crouching under a ceiba tree and roasting a scrawny ear of corn over a smoldering fire.His agency corresponds to the headquarters of Germany's Federal Office of Criminal Investigation (BKA) in Wiesbaden -- or the FBI in Washington, DC.Biague has the build and slightly swollen eyes of a heavyweight boxer. He's wearing a well-tailored suit, as if to protect himself from the inadequacies of his law enforcement agency. The 45-year-old judge also has a side job teaching law at a local university.In this country, Biague embodies justice -- but not power. The title of his Ph.D. dissertation was "Coordination Problems in Public Administration, as Exemplified by Brazil, Portugal and Guinea-Bissau." Today, Biague has to deal with other coordination problems: "I have to crack down on the cocaine smugglers -- but without the military getting wind of it." And that just won't do, as that would be "success."The World's Only True ' Narco State ' Guinea-Bissau is sandwiched between Senegal and Guinea, where the African continent extends the farthest west toward South America. The fish market in Bissau, the capital, is just as far from eastern Brazil as from southern Spain, or nearly 3,000 kilometers (1,850 miles) as the crow flies. That's an easy distance to cover with private medium-range jets -- even if they are loaded with freight.In order to run their trans-Atlantic trafficking operations, the cocaine barons of Latin America need countries with an ideal geographic location, under the radar of international interest and characterized by the highest possible corruption index. Guinea-Bissau comes very close to fulfilling this ideal.The country has porous borders, inconspicuous airfields and a virtually powerless civilian government. Extradition agreements are practically unknown. One of the most sought-after American fugitives from justice, convicted murderer and hijacker George Wright, worked for years as a basketball coach in Bissau.The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) sees Guinea-Bissau as the world's only example of a narco state: "In Afghanistan and Colombia, individual provinces are in the hands of drug lords. Here, it's the entire state," says a high-ranking official at the agency's headquarters in Vienna. In Colombia, the drug lords take advantage of the chaos. In Bissau, they benefit from the secure environment.For a narco state, Guinea-Bissau seems rather peaceful, even sleepy at times. There are no junkies here and no beheaded traitors on the roadside. The daily drug trade is conducted virtually without violence."The situation is difficult," says Biague, as he closes his office door. After the military coup in April, he explains, there has been an increase in smuggling. "The positions have been reshuffled, and the police and civil authorities have become even more cautious," he says. One of his men was recently almost beaten to death -- in an army barracks, he claims. Biague also says his predecessor fled because she couldn't stand the threats anymore.Biague has a habit of sketching mind maps as he speaks. He draws circles and arrows, followed by even more arrows, and finally thick lines that underscore his main point: "Everyone is simply afraid."

Coups and Cocaine
There are few occasions to calmly observe the shadowy men behind the international cocaine trade. But one of these took place on Sept. 24, Guinea-Bissau's Independence Day. On that day, the Avenida Amilcar Cabral is cordoned off with red-and-white plastic tape with little hearts. The capital city is still steaming from an early morning tropical shower, and the clouds towering over the wooden stands are slowly retreating. The truncheons of the National Guard are gleaming in the sun. At precisely 10 a.m., the crowd begins to clap. There is no cheering, just some applause to be on the safe side -- the kind of accolades reserved for a military leader in a bulging uniform as he is slowly driven to the VIP stand on the back of a pick-up truck -- applause to acknowledge power. The man in the uniform embodies power, not justice. General António Indjai is in command in Guinea-Bissau. He has controlled the country ever since the last freely elected president, João "Nino" Vieira, tragically died in 2009 (in one of the few cases in which a governing head of state has been hacked to pieces) and, at the very latest, Indjai has ruled the land since the coup in April 2012, when he ousted the prime minister and all remaining rivals. All of this wouldn't matter much to the rest of the world if this hot and humid little African country merely supplied global markets with cashew nuts and timber -- instead of an estimated annual 40 metric tons of a substance that doesn't appear in any foreign trade statistics: cocaine. General Indjai, who has now seated himself among the other generals, guests of honor and first ladies, also allegedly controls the country's drug trade. Everyone stands at attention for the national anthem: "Sun, sweat, verdure and sea … "

An Increasingly Bloody History
In Sept. 1974, Guinea-Bissau gained its independence from Portugal. The guerrillas from those days are now sitting in the stands -- veterans from an era in which the "fight for liberation" still had a good ring to it.Since the liberation, the country's elite has mainly been occupied with achieving some sort of balance between clans, political parties and military divisions -- a process that involves coups, arrests, torture, death threats and assassinations. No democratically elected president in the history of independent Guinea-Bissau has ever completed his term in office.The country ranks 176 out of 187 countries on the United Nations Human Development Index. Under the old president, there was a cooperation agreement with the European Union to improve the security apparatus. But this program was terminated in 2010, quite possibly because a rear admiral who was appointed commander of the navy is listed by the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), as a kingpin of the cocaine trade in West Africa -- along with the air force chief of staff.Before João "Nino" Vieira was assassinated, the then-chief of staff of the country's armed forces was killed in a bomb attack. A quarter of a year later, presidential candidate Baciro Dabó was shot by soldiers, as was the former defense minister. The perpetrators were never found, and perhaps never sought.There is little doubt that the killings were linked to the struggle for lucrative shares of the country's burgeoning drug trade. Drugs dominate political life in Guinea-Bissau, and the cocaine trade has made changes of government more brutal.

A Weigh Station for Drugs
"The military is currently the only power in the country," says Biague. In front of him lies a mind map, and above him hangs the gallery of his predecessors. "You saw our airport when you arrived, I presume?" he asks. "Did you take a close look?" Osvaldo Vieira International Airport is named after a national hero of the struggle for liberation. When an aircraft from Dakar or Lisbon arrives in Bissau, three older civilians sit in what look like booths for parking lot attendants and stamp passengers' passports. Sitting on the tarmac right next to the terminal is a Grumman Gulfstream II private jet registered in the eastern US state of Delaware to Lb Aviation Inc., a shell corporation. The aircraft had to make an emergency landing in Bissau on July 12, 2008 due to a faulty hydraulics system. "When the police tried to search the plane, a group of soldiers appeared," says Biague. "They surrounded the machine and prevented anyone from boarding it." 

According to Spanish police, there was half a ton of cocaine on board -- and three Venezuelans, including Carmelo Vásquez Guerra, who reportedly works for the Mexican Sinaloa cartel, headed by Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, currently the world's leading cocaine baron. Last year, the business magazine Forbes ranked Guzmán as the 63rd most powerful person on the planet.
Guzmán was unable to save the Gulfstream. The next day, a second, smaller aircraft arrived from Venezuela to repair the Gulfstream. This time, police were able to seize the machine. No trace of the cargo or the crew has ever been found. The two aircraft, though, can even be seen on Google Earth (11°53'9.58N; 15°39'14.25W).The UNODC suspects that even old Boeing 727s are used for drug flights to West Africa. Such a jet can carry over 10 tons of cargo.

Waging War Without Maps
Biague is sitting in his office with the door locked and the shades drawn. Given his description of the situation, it's understandable that he would prefer not to set foot outside.Tomorrow is the ninth birthday of Biague's daughter. She lives in Verona in northern Italy -- and he hasn't seen her for five years. "I don't want this job," he says. "I just want to accomplish something -- then it's over. But it has to be some kind of success." He dreams of a job with some international organization -- and one as far away from Guinea-Bissau as possible."A trafficker's dream" is what a US diplomat wrote to his superiors after spending four days sailing through the Bissagos Islands. This archipelago of 88 islands in the Atlantic lies two hours from Bissau by boat. With its beaches lined with palm trees and waters teeming with fish, the Bissagos Islands could be the Maldives of West Africa. But, so far, they have only been a dream destination for drug lords.The state barely has a presence in the archipelago, in large part because Biague's police force doesn't own a boat. Aircraft not listed on any flight list land on unpaved airstrips dating back to the colonial period.Once, a plane ran into mechanical difficulties, and over half a ton of cocaine was dumped into the sea. Some of the locals reportedly whitewashed their houses with the stuff. Others thought it was manioc flour. At least one person thought it was dried milk formula for infants.The drugs are flown in shipments of between 600 and 1,200 kilograms (1,300 to 2,600 pounds) and stored in three warehouses, allowing wholesalers to ship 300 kilos to Europe within just a few days. International investigators know that at least one of these depots is located in a military zone. Biague knows all of this: "I even know that a flight will land this week in the south," he says.
And where will this happen? 

There doesn't appear to be a single map in the headquarters of the national police of Guinea-Bissau. Biague has his secretary print out a map from MapQuest. Then the power cuts out. 

By Alexander Smoltczyk
March 08, 201302:53 PM