Archive for June, 2013

Is this the way things really are?.. Let’s find out.

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Who melted my car and the plane?

Posted: June 26, 2013 in 911 Truth

When you first saw this did something seem strange?, maybe even subconsciously?


Flight 175 seems to melt into building.

Well maybe your weren’t totally crazy and your subconcious was working just fine.

Start clicking below and jump in.

The Star Wars Beam Weapons and Star Wars Directed-Energy Weapons (DEW)
(A focus of the Star Wars Program)

Dr. Judy Wood and Dr. Morgan Reynolds
(originally posted: October 17, 2006)meltedcar

Page 5: Toasted Cars

A reported 1400 vehicles were damaged on 9/11. [Reference] These vehicles had peculiar patterns of damage and some were as far away as FDR Drive (about 7 blocks from the WTC, along the East River). Vehicles had missing door handles for example, windows blown out, window frames deformed, melted engine blocks, steel-belted tires with only the steel belts left, and vehicle front ends destroyed with little or no effect on the back end of the vehicles. What could have caused such extraordinary damage? Portions of cars burned while paper nearby did not.

and it is debunked here:

Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth debunk Judy Wood

and all debunked here:

The Real Truth Behind The Greatest Illusion Of All Time-9/11 by Brian S Staveley

Everything we have learned about the thermite controlled demolition of the twin towers resulting in 3000 deaths is an outright lie and put out by the government to keep us from the REAL TRUTH. Yes the government put out the story about the thermite. You will see why. This doesn’t mean 9/11 truth is dead. It just means the focus needs to be totally changed. Everyone has it all wrong.

Why They Didn’t Use Planes To Hit The WTC

For those who ask:
“Why would the government fake crashing planes into the WTC towers and thereby also having to fake all the crash videos when it would be much easier for them to crash real planes into them?”

(Video: Hezarkhani)

Here is why they didn’t use real planes to crash into the WTC and used TV fakery instead:


More extensive rebuttal to the Cholesterol Skeptics claims:


in men aged 55 to 64 years, 10-year population changes in serum cholesterol level alone explained 35% of the variance of change in fatal and nonfatal coronary events. (1) When comparing people within in the same country (more like a controlled study), less LDL is associated with less heart disease. Dr. Kendrick only told us about ONE exception. A subset of men with the lowest educational achievement who drink too much alcohol in Russia. They must be the only ones or he would have told us about the rest of them. (more…)

Heart disease, I think, is a cholesterol deficiency problem, and in particular a cholesterol sulfate deficiency problem…”

conventional medicine is seriously confused about cholesterol

Here it is:

Is Dr. Ravnskov also ignoring the awkward?,January 28, 2011


1. Michael Brown and Joseph Goldstein discovered that the number of functional LDL receptors on the surface of cells, especially liver cells determines the level of LDL in the blood. If the receptors are defective or too few in number, LDL builds up in the blood instead of being taken into the cells. Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) is caused by the mutation of a single gene that does one thing; make LDL receptors. People with two copies of the mutation for FH have LDL levels 6 to 10 fold above normal and can have a heart attack as early as 18 months of age. People with one copy of the mutation have LDL levels 2 to 4 times above normal and develop clinical symptoms between the ages of 30 and 60. Dr. Ravnskov is in denial about the obvious dose response relationship. (1) In the era before the statins, FH patients aged 20 to 39 years old were 100 times more likely die of heart disease and 10 times more likely to die from all causes than someone in the general population. (2) In a later study, FH patients treated with statins lived just as long as people without FH. (3) (more…)

High Cholesterol is Good

taken from Faster Times

When Swedish doctor Uffe Ravnskov wrote his book the “Cholesterol Myths” in 2000, few people were publicly making the assertion that saturated fat does not cause heart disease. (OK, well, the non-profit Weston Price Foundation and its founders Sally Fallon and Mary Enig, Ph.D., were, but they were often dismissed as being a fringe group.) But today, several prominent voices are saying exactly that—author Nina Planck, science writer Gary Taubes, and journalist Michael Pollan among them.

As our national conversations about obesity and other diet-related chronic diseases continue, and provocative ideas such as a tax on soda and other sugary drinks are floated by public health officials, it seemed to me a good time to raise the question: if so many scientists, doctors, and other smart people think that a diet high in saturated fats and cholesterol is not the culprit when it comes to heart disease, then why doesn’t everybody in America know it? Why do millions of Americans still follow low-fat, low-cholesterol diets and why do cardiologists tell their patients to swear off eggs, steak, and butter? (And why, in heaven’s name, are our public schools banning whole milk?)

In an effort to better understand this controversial issue, I interviewed Dr. Ravnskov, who lives in Lund, Sweden, and who has just published a revised edition of his book, called, simply, Fat and Cholesterol are Good for You. He is also founder of the International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics.

An English Breakfast at London’s Columbia Road Flower Market

Hannah Wallace(Interviewer): What kind of doctor are you?

Uffe Ravnskov: I am a specialist in internal medicine and nephrology. I have studied the cholesterol issue for twenty years and published more than 80 scientific papers and letters about the subject and have also written two books in five languages.

HW: You’ve said that the “cholesterol campaign” is one of the greatest mistakes in medical science. Can you briefly define what you call the cholesterol campaign and tell us why you believe it’s a mistake?

UR: The cholesterol campaign is based on the false idea that [human consumption of] animal food and high cholesterol causes atherosclerosis and heart disease. It’s a mistake because high cholesterol is not dangerous to health; it is beneficial. For instance, high cholesterol protects against cancer and infectious diseases. Today millions of healthy people all over the world are taking medicine that may create muscle weakness, bad memory, bad temper, impotency, painful legs and cancer. But most doctors do not know it because they have been mislead by the drug industry and their researchers.

HW: But what about all the research that shows that diets high in saturated fat cause heart disease?

UR: No study has ever proved that saturated fat causes heart disease. More than 30 studies have shown that heart patients have not eaten more saturated fat than healthy people and at least 8 studies of stroke patients have found that they had eaten less saturated fat than healthy controls.

HW: It seems to me that there are two arguments being made here, and the distinction is, I think, important. Are you saying that eating high cholesterol foods does not raise blood cholesterol levels? Or are you saying that high serum levels of LDL (the so-called “bad” cholesterol) do not cause heart disease?

UR: Eggs are the most cholesterol-rich food because a lot of cholesterol is necessary to create a healthy, living creature. You can eat twenty of these cholesterol bombs per day and yet keep your cholesterol normal.

Even if your cholesterol levels should go up, there is no reason to be afraid because high cholesterol is not the cause of heart disease. Recent American studies have found that on average patients with an acute heart attack had lower cholesterol than normal and the risk of being dead three years after a heart attack was highest among those with the lowest cholesterol.

HW: In your mind, what are two of the strongest studies that contradict the theory that higher serum LDL levels causes heart disease?

UR: The first argument is that people with low cholesterol are just as atherosclerotic as people with high cholesterol—this was shown for the first time more than 70 years ago and has been confirmed again and again by more recent scientists. The second is that old people with high cholesterol live longer than old people with low cholesterol—and again, this has been documented in numerous studies. (This one, by Dr. Harlan Krumholz and colleagues at Yale followed 1000 elderly men and women for four years and found that twice as many of those with low cholesterol had a heart attack or died from one, compared with those with the highest cholesterol.)

HW: In Michael Pollan’s book In Defense of Food, in his chapter on “The Melting of the Lipid Hypothesis,” he describes a study that implicates trans-fats as the culprit for causing heart disease. Gary Taubes believes refined carbs are to blame. What do you think causes heart disease—is there another hypothesis that you think has more science behind it than the current lipid hypothesis?

UR: There is general agreement that atherosclerosis is an inflammation in the arterial wall, and also that bacteria and virus participate in some way, but few have realized that it is the microorganisms that may cause the inflammation. This is a hypothesis that I have presented together with Kilmer McCully, who discovered the association between high homocysteine and atherosclerosis. Our arguments, and we think they are very strong, were presented in a scientific paper this year and in a popular way in the last chapter of my new book. They are based on the fact that the lipoproteins, including the “bad” LDL, participate in the immune system by binding and inactivating bacteria, virus and their toxic products.

HW: And which study or studies do you think are the most convincing in showing that LDL cholesterol actually protects against infectious disease?

UR: If you inject bacterial toxins into rats they die almost immediately, but if you start by injecting them with purified human LDL, most of them survive. Normal mice die also, but mice with high cholesterol survive. Many studies have also shown that people with low cholesterol are at a greater risk of being infected than people with high.

Here is the latest theory I can find ,which also debunks all previous theories.

No-planes theory…

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The “no plane theory,” promoted by internet-only videos like 911 Taboo,[168] asserts that this shot of the second impact, taken from a news helicopter, depicts a video composite of a Boeing 767 accidentally appearing from behind a Layer Mask.

Nico Haupt and former chief economist within the Labor Department under the Bush administration, Morgan Reynolds, argue that no planes were used in the attacks. Reynolds claims it is physically impossible that the Boeing planes of Flights 11 and 175 could have penetrated the steel frames of the Towers, and that digital compositing was used to depict the plane crashes in both news reports and subsequent amateur video.[169] “There were no planes, there were no hijackers,” Reynolds insists. “I know, I know, I’m out of the mainstream, but that’s the way it is.” According to David Shayler, “The only explanation is that they were missiles surrounded by holograms made to look like planes,” he says. “Watch footage frame by frame and you will see a cigar-shaped missile hitting the World Trade Center.” Truth movement veterans have repeatedly refuted the “no-plane” claims.[76][169][170] Discussion of no plane theories has been banned from certain conspiracy theory websites and advocates have sometimes been threatened with violence by posters at other conspiracy theory websites.[171]

It’s been around since late 2011:

Debt = Money, Money = Debt

Posted: June 24, 2013 in Banking

Debt = Money, Money = Debt

By Michael, on December 2nd, 2010


   Where does money come from?  You would think that question should be so simple that any 10-year-old child could answer it, but that is not the case.  You see, the truth is that the vast majority of American adults cannot even answer that question.  Yet we all use money every day.  Without money our lives would fall apart fairly quickly.  But most of us never stop to think about how it comes into existence.  The truth is that bankers are the source of all money in the United States.  Either the Federal Reserve bankers create it, or individual bankers create it through the mechanism of fractional reserve banking.  In both cases, it is bankers that are creating the money.  In our financial system, the U.S. government cannot print money and no individual citizens are allowed to create money.  Rather, it is the bankers who have a complete and total monopoly on the creation of money in the United States. (more…)

Everything you’ve ever been told about Global Warming is probably untrue. These films blow the whistle on the biggest swindle in modern history. We are told that ‘Man Made Global Warming’ is the biggest ever threat to mankind. There is no room for scientific doubt. Well, watch this film and make up your own mind.

It’s really nothing

Posted: June 23, 2013 in God, Philosophy, Spirit
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Osho praying

Osho praying

1. There is no person like God. There is nobody, there is pure emptiness. And only pure emptiness or nothingness is what I have been calling enlightenment.

2. The first and the only worthwhile inquiry is to know: “Who am I within this body-mind mechanism? What is this consciousness, this miracle of consciousness?” This miracle of awareness has to be discovered. You have to peel your being as one peels an onion. Go on peeling…. You will find layers within layers. And finally, when all the layers are discarded, eliminated, you will find in your hands pure nothingness, emptiness, SHUNYATA. That is your essential core, the center of the cyclone. (more…)

Really It’s nothing

Posted: June 23, 2013 in Philosophy, Spirit
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The State of Nothing Lecture by Alan Watts

If you are aware of a state called is, or reality, or life, this implies a state called isn’t. Or illusion, or unreality, or nothingness or death. You can’t know one without the other. And so as to make life poignant, it’s always going to come to an end, that is don’t you see what makes it lively. Liveliness is change it is motion, and motion is going to fall out and be gone. You see, you are always at the place you always are..[Laughs]