Thursday, February 18, 2016

T8E WU Heavy Mental Presentation: "Religion's Influence on Hip Hop" & The Defense Ministers Of Sweden & Norway & The Netherlands & Germany :::: This is what progress looks like :::: The Commonwealth of Independent States ::::



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Julia  from  San Fernando says:

First Ever Secular Talk

from Killah Priest

@ Mythinformation Conference II

Veröffentlicht am 05.10.2015
This is the first presentation for Walter Reed aka Killah Priest (Wu-Tang Clan) at a secular/atheist conference. We were honored to have him make his debut lecture in Milwaukee!

Presentation:
Heavy Mental
Religion's Influence on Hip Hop

In the early 90’s, rapper Killah Priest began making a name for himself in Brooklyn, but took sabbatical to educate himself on history and religion – returning to his rap career in 1995 – appearing on several Wu-Tang Clan projects such as the Gravediggaz, Ol' Dirty Bastard's Return to the 36 Chambers, and, most importantly, Genius/GZA's seminal Liquid Swords.. His studies have had a major impact on his lyrics – clear in albums such as The Psychic World of Walter Reed, Priesthood, Heavy Mental and newest album, Planet of the Gods. Killah Priest will be presenting on how religion has influenced his music and where it has taken the direction of his art.

Indian Hindi = I.H. = H.I. = HI :)

Indian Gypsy Goddess = IGG = 23 = W

The Defense Ministers Of Sweden

& Norway & The Netherlands

& Germany ::::

This is what progress looks like ::::


 Pope Francis = PF = 22 = V

 
left side & right side
2 Brown Girls
&
2 Red Boys
In The Middle

"Real religion 
is the transformation 
of anxiety into laughter."
~ Alan Watts ~





Graham Hancock’s Breakthrough 
 Collective Evolutionary Perspective


Pope had message of love 
for Mexico, 
tough love 
for powerful
Associated Press
Traditional Romanian Clothing 
Sibiu Transylvania
1930s
 "Decisions as I go, to anywhere I flow
Sometimes I believe, at times when I should know
I can fly high, I can go low
Today I got a million, tomorrow, I don't know
Decisions as I go, to anywhere I flow

Sometimes I believe,
at times when I should know
I can fly high, I can go low

 Today I got a million, 
tomorrow, I don't know
Stop crying like you're home & think about the show
We're all playing the same game, laying down alone
We're unknown & we're wrong, especially when I call.
Hate will make you conscious

love will make you glow.
Make me feel the warm, make me feel the cold.
It's written in our story, it's written on the walls.
This is our call, we rise and we fall.

Dancin' in the moonlight,
don't we have it all?
Decisions as I go,
to anywhere I flow."
~ L+ost Fr+eq. ~ Real+i+ty ~


Patagonia 
is a sparsely populated region
located at the southern end of South America, shared by Argentina and Chile. The region comprises the southern section of the Andes mountains as well as the deserts, steppes and grasslands east of this southern portion of the Andes. Patagonia has two coasts; a western one towards the Pacific Ocean and an eastern one towards the Atlantic Ocean. The Colorado and Barrancas rivers, which run from the Andes to the Atlantic, are commonly considered the northern limit of Argentine Patagonia. Tierra del Fuego, and sometimes the Falkland Islands are included as part of Patagonia. Most geographers and historians locate the northern limit of Chilean Patagonia at Reloncaví Estuary.

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Videos

Hillary In Shock 

After Judge Takes Epic Stand 

Against Her, “She IS A Felon”

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http://www.tamararennie.com/
Stevie Wonder 
:::: Superstition ::::
:::: Todd Terje Edit  ::::

Animal Communicators 

Prove It’s Possible 

to Hear 

an Animal’s Thoughts

14.02.2016

http://wakeup-world.com/2016/02/14/animal-communicators-prove-its-possible-to-hear-an-animals-thoughts/ 

:::: Red Ice Radio ::::
Daniel Carlsen
- Party of the Danes:
For the Future of Denmark 
- Hour 1
February 17, 2016

"Daniel Carlsen is the leader of the Party of the Danes, or Danskernes Parti. Born in 1990, he graduated from high school in 2009. In the period between August 2009 and April 2010, Daniel served his military time as a Royal Life Guard, protecting the Danish castles and the royal family. In 2012 Daniel got an Academy Profession Degree in Marketing Management.

In the first segment, Daniel gives an overview of the time spent during his youth in the public school system in Denmark’s second largest city, Aarhus, where he began to understand the reality of his country’s rapidly changing demographics and the immigration issue. This led him to get engaged in political activism at an early age, and consequently in 2011 Carlsen and a group of other likeminded Danes built Danskernes Parti. Daniel speaks about some of the different political ideologies that define Denmark, including one he was a former member of, the Danish People’s Party. He describes the general social climate within some of the metropolitan areas of his small country, which host immigrant ghettos functioning as parallel societies with the equivalent of Sharia law governance. Daniel highlights Denmark’s population statistics, the symbolic laws that are in place to address the needs of asylum seekers, and the EU regulations that are designed to give “global diversity” a leg up within this tiny percentage of the world’s population. Further, we get into the negative consequences of the Schengen Zone and the real possibility of Denmark becoming one of Europe’s first Sharia zones via the open door policy that has essentially rolled out a red carpet for the world’s “refugees.”

In the members’ segment, we discuss how a renewed sense of nationalism is the first step to addressing concerns about the future of the Danish people. Daniel talks about Scandinavia’s unique media climate and how political events that Party of the Danes has participated in are being portrayed in the mainstream news. We consider the historical period in Germany that was defined by National Socialism, and we look optimistically to an updated nationalist movement’s ability to address Europe’s current territorial issues while invigorating a sense of national pride, dedication, veneration for culture, and appreciation for heritage. Then, we focus on the fundamental core of the Germanic peoples that is rooted in a deep regard for familial values and tradition – a structure that is being quickly eroded with large movements of foreign populations. Can we stop globalization? Will the Northern Europe’s native populations be pushed even further past the periphery? In conclusion, Daniel covers the goals of Danskernes Parti and their strategic plan to be represented in Parliament in order to address issues that will give the people of Denmark hope and trust in the survival of her people."
The only difference is
That it was orange ...
btw: it's the skateboard deck 
that my father bought
@ flitz sport
lister meile
hannover
deutschland.
14.6.1989
that's my 12th earth born day
& this h+street deck is/was
my personal choice :)
:::: Red Ice Radio ::::
Jon Rappoport, 
Dr. Sherri Tenpen+ny
 & Andreas Bachm+air
 - Zika Virus “Outbreak” 
& The Vaccine Industry
 - Hour 1
February 15, 2016
  "Jon Rappoport has worked 
as a free-lance investigative reporter for over 30 years. 
He is the author of several books, 
including “AIDS, Inc.: Scandal of the Century.” He is behind the website NoMoreFakeNews.com. Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny, founder of Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center in Middleburg, Ohio, has been board certified in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine since 1995. She has written two best-selling books, “FOWL! Bird Flu: It’s Not What You Think” and “Saying No To Vaccines: A Resource Guide for All Ages.” Andreas Bachmair is a German homeopath physician with a practice in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland. The focus of his work for over a decade has been the treatment of vaccine-related injuries. This led him to create the website VaccineInjury.info. He is also the author of the newly released book, “Sarah Doesn’t Want to be Vaccinated.”

Our three returning guests join us for a discussion on the dangerous affair of vaccines and the misleading propaganda being peddled by infectious disease agencies. We begin with an in-depth look into the latest “outbreak” hysteria centered on Zika, where the main controversy of the mosquito born virus cropping up in Brazil is being linked to microcephaly in newborn babies by the World Health Organization. Jon gives the generalities of the fraudulent science backing the WHO’s claims and he explains how this scare is being used as a psyop to cover up another serious problem. Sherri talks about the recent MMR vaccine campaign that led to the re-vaccination of around 39,000 women of child bearing age in Brazil, and she lays out how the Zika virus being labeled as an international emergency could allow an epic opportunity for the big-pharma-funded FDA to roll out a mass utilization of untested vaccinations. In addition, we get into the incestuous affairs of the “virus hunter” branch of the CDC, along with their ties to the mainstream press and the giant pesticide corporations that are making big bucks in Brazil.

In the members’ segment, we address some of the foundations of the vast vaccine debate. Andreas talks about the online survey he’s been collecting for over five years in order to study different illnesses in unvaccinated vs. vaccinated children. We consider the 1.3 trillion dollar worldwide pharmaceutical industry’s cornerstone business of vaccine production and the scam statistics that keep these toxic concoctions flowing through the medical marketplace. Then, we discuss the immune system’s natural defense mechanisms, the false premise that humans should never get sick, and the benefits of naturally occurring of childhood diseases. We put focus on the deadly HPV vaccine, Gardasil, and the horrible implications that this reproductive system destroying inoculation is another device to stop the growth of certain populations. Further, we deliberate the huge moneymaking scam of the National Cancer Institute’s futile attempts to find a link between viruses and cancer. The conversation rounds off with a look at the deeper issue of why vaccines are falsely promoted as protection for the young, the old, and the chronically ill." 
Dolly Parton = D.P. = P.D. = Police Department


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by
reX tHE dOG
IS+is
The bEST rELea.se On
KOMPAKT in my humble
o+pi+n+ion, but ...
W::::
P::::resent
Y::::ou decide :)
& btw:
I bought the Vi+ny+L E.P.
In sp.RING 2004 & I
st+ILL h.AVe i.t. :D
 

"...We cannot force ourselves 
to dissolve our anger 
or to forgive someone. 
Sometimes, 
we first may need 
to remove ourselves physically 
from a stress-provoking person 
or situation 
to get some 
mental distance. 
Then, through practicing 
the antidotes to anger, 
we can gradually dissolve it. 
As we do, the spaciousness, 
clarity, and gentleness of forgiveness 
will naturally arise in our hearts."

~ Thubten Chodron ~



Die Gemeinschaft Unabhängiger Staaten 

((((((((GUS))))))))

russisch Содружество Независимых Государств
 (СНГ)/ Sodruschestwo Nesawissimych Gossudarstw 

(SNG), im russischen Sprachgebrauch Sodruschestwo) ist eine regionale internationale Organisation, in der sich verschiedene Nachfolgestaaten der Sowjetunion zusammengeschlossen haben. Die Gründung erfolgte am 8. Dezember 1991 durch die Staatsoberhäupter Russlands, Weißrusslands und der Ukraine. Sitz der GUS ist die weißrussische Hauptstadt Minsk, die Versammlung tagt im Taurischen Palais in St. Petersburg. In der Europapolitik spricht man auch von Neue Unabhängige Staaten (NUS).[1] Der Begriff GUS wird oft benutzt, um die ehemaligen Mitgliedstaaten der Sowjetunion (ohne die baltischen Staaten Litauen, Lettland, Estland) zu bezeichnen. Die Bezeichnung Gussen (statt Russen) wurde in den 1990er-Jahren gelegentlich für Einwohner aller GUS-Staaten verwendet.[2]

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"As long as we hold onto our resentment, we can never forgive others, and our lack of forgiveness hurts no one but ourselves. To heal from our pain, there's no other alternative but to let go of our anger and forgive others. Forgiving simply means that we stop tying up our life's energy in being angry at a person. It does not mean saying their behavior was acceptable. We can still deem certain behavior to be wrong, injurious, or inappropriate. Forgiving also doesn't mean being naive, letting others manipulate us, or ignoring problems."

~ Thubten Chodron ~
from
~ Working with Anger ~

"Here it comes.... this weekend is the big event at Conscious Life Expo! I have two events on Friday, three on Saturday and one on Monday, so it's a very busy schedule. The main talks are Friday, Saturday and Monday at 8PM each night.If you've been following my health story, then you'll know I seem to have gotten methane poisoning after returning from Boulder. It was hot and I slept with the windows open and the wind was blowing from the right direction to bring it in -- literally just a day or two before they capped the problem. So I got a toxic dose. Yesterday was about 85 percent as bad as any "deathly illness" I've ever had. The main thing was the migraine headaches and body aches, coupled with coughing, fever and extreme dryness. I was fading fast by 7PM and crashed by 8PM, powering through until 8AM this morning with just one break. In the "biting off more than you can chew" category, I was supposed to be doing a major Ancient Aliens taping for four more episodes tomorrow. Each taping of this nature is equivalent to a doctoral dissertation's worth of material to study and talk about. I could have pulled it off under normal circumstances, but in this case I needed to focus on our event this weekend.I wrote them and rescheduled. It's the first time I've ever done that and they were cool about it. I always try to work no matter how I am feeling, but in this case I really needed to be loyal to this weekend's conference first and foremost. I am happy to say that the migraines are basically over with. I have about 10 percent of the headaches I had yesterday. The absurd muscle pains are way down as well. My guess is that by tomorrow (Thursday) I should basically feel normal. You sent a huge outpouring of support for me when I let you know what I was going through and I appreciate that. It does appear that all of this is "negative greeting" because of the enormous window of change that we are about to crash into. Corey Goode is getting hit really hard right now as well, and he will be there with me this weekend. Since I know everyone is asking me about the article, I am probably going to just release a part of it since it is already so enormous. I'll just have to finish it later, because I definitely need to spend quality time on my slides so we will do this right. Now is the window where exceptional change can occur and I am not going to blow this chance!"
~ DAdaVIDvid WILwilCOCKcock ~ 2/17/2016

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Jason Gregory

S y n o p s i s


From Krishna and Lao-tzu to Buddha and Jesus, each enlightened master discovered how being receptive to all experience was the key to becoming one with the universe and its spontaneous patterns of order and chaos. Revealing humility as the purest expression of this receptivity, Jason Gregory integrates classic teachings of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Hermeticism with principles from quantum physics to explain the science of humility as practiced by the ancient masters.

Jason Gregory shows how, driven by fear, the human mind creates the ego. In its greedy and arrogant quest to protect the self and its desires, the ego forges the illusion of separation, weaving complex patterns of reality that shield us from our unity with all beings and result in attitudes of aggression, selfishness, and competition. He reveals how the iconic clash between this complex, aggressive "path of the warrior" and the simple "path of the sage" is reflected in the polarized state of the modern world. Yet this state also reflects the accelerating wave of conscious evolution we are now experiencing. The key to catching this evolutionary wave is humility: the reversal of complexity into simplicity, the ancient science of mental alchemy that represents the Great Work of Eternity.



B i o


Jason Gregory is a teacher and international speaker specializing in the fields of Eastern and Western philosophy, comparative religion, metaphysics, and ancient cultures. For several years he studied with masters in Buddhism, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Hinduism, and Taoism, traveling to some of the most remote places in the world. The filmmaker of the documentary The Sacred Sound of Creation, he divides his time between Asia and Australia.



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