Saturday, April 7, 2012

Easter Sunday blasphemy with John B. Wells

Coast to Coast AM tonight features energy psychology with Dr. George Pratt.. but just in time for Easter, John B. Wells interviews Mark Anthony *not the singer* about his theory that the Resurrection of Jesus was an ectoplasmic projection.. Easter 2012.. with Wells.


More here, find affiliates, or listen at 1am EDT.

Easter Sunday blasphemy with John B. Wells

Coast to Coast AM tonight features energy psychology with Dr. George Pratt.. but just in time for Easter, John B. Wells interviews Mark Anthony *not the singer* about his theory that the Resurrection of Jesus was an ectoplasmic projection.. Easter 2012.. with Wells.


More here, find affiliates, or listen at 1am EDT.

The Easter vigil: Pope Benedict warns that evil threatens mankind

Pope Benedict warned this evening that darkness itself has descended upon mankind itself and threatens our future..

The AP quotes the Pope:
Life is stronger than death. Good is stronger than evil. Love is stronger than hate. Truth is stronger than lies. The darkness that poses a real threat to mankind, after all, is the fact that he can see and investigate tangible material things, but cannot see where the world is going or whence it comes, where our own life is going, what is good and what is evil. The darkness enshrouding God and obscuring values is the real threat to our existence and to the world in general. 
If God and moral values, the difference between good and evil, remain in darkness, then all other 'lights,' that put such incredible technical feats within our reach, are not only progress but also dangers that put us and the world at risk. With regard to material things, our knowledge and our technical accomplishments are legion, but what reaches beyond, the things of God and the question of good, we can no longer identify"

 
 

The Easter vigil: Pope Benedict warns that evil threatens mankind

Pope Benedict warned this evening that darkness itself has descended upon mankind itself and threatens our future..

The AP quotes the Pope:
Life is stronger than death. Good is stronger than evil. Love is stronger than hate. Truth is stronger than lies. The darkness that poses a real threat to mankind, after all, is the fact that he can see and investigate tangible material things, but cannot see where the world is going or whence it comes, where our own life is going, what is good and what is evil. The darkness enshrouding God and obscuring values is the real threat to our existence and to the world in general. 
If God and moral values, the difference between good and evil, remain in darkness, then all other 'lights,' that put such incredible technical feats within our reach, are not only progress but also dangers that put us and the world at risk. With regard to material things, our knowledge and our technical accomplishments are legion, but what reaches beyond, the things of God and the question of good, we can no longer identify"

 
 

A new documentary shows an exorcism of a “possessed” woman.. Happy Easter. 

A new documentary shows an exorcism of a “possessed” woman.. Happy Easter. 

The world is going mad.. so is my little county here in the East

Is this the fall of Rome all over again? A society so into itself that it misses the big picture.. forgets morality.. ceases the high road in exchange for a path into desolation? .. Society seems to be in ruins. But the TV is still on and housewives are still DESPERATE. So who cares.. right?

The world going mad part 2

….Friday night lights. All across America. Gun shots ring out.. from the highest rooftops to the lowest most garbage filled alleyways.. This isn’t how life is supposed to be. We are not supposed to regress. We are not supposed to devolve. Life is supposed to get better, right? Flying cars? …try high gas prices. Peace on earth? try let’s look for a new planet………

The world is going mad.. so is my little county here in the East

Is this the fall of Rome all over again? A society so into itself that it misses the big picture.. forgets morality.. ceases the high road in exchange for a path into desolation? .. Society seems to be in ruins. But the TV is still on and housewives are still DESPERATE. So who cares.. right?

The world going mad part 2

….Friday night lights. All across America. Gun shots ring out.. from the highest rooftops to the lowest most garbage filled alleyways.. This isn’t how life is supposed to be. We are not supposed to regress. We are not supposed to devolve. Life is supposed to get better, right? Flying cars? …try high gas prices. Peace on earth? try let’s look for a new planet………

Easter candy time


I get no money for this product placement, but by God, the best candy ever made comes out this time of year: Cadbury mini eggs. Loved them since I was young.. still do now. The best tasting chocolate to fill a basket. Get them this weekend and eat them… They’ll be discounted in three days.
I get no money for this product placement, but by God, the best candy ever made comes out this time of year: Cadbury mini eggs. Loved them since I was young.. still do now. The best tasting chocolate to fill a basket. Get them this weekend and eat them… They’ll be discounted in three days.

Easter candy time


I get no money for this product placement, but by God, the best candy ever made comes out this time of year: Cadbury mini eggs. Loved them since I was young.. still do now. The best tasting chocolate to fill a basket. Get them this weekend and eat them… They’ll be discounted in three days.
I get no money for this product placement, but by God, the best candy ever made comes out this time of year: Cadbury mini eggs. Loved them since I was young.. still do now. The best tasting chocolate to fill a basket. Get them this weekend and eat them… They’ll be discounted in three days.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The tornadoes that hit Texas today were awful

And this video showcases it as a man videotapes his own home as the supercell passes.. a man literally shaking with fear as his videotapes the tornado.. the sirens in the background are audible.

Altogether today, at least 12 twisters hit Texas. Softball sized hail fell too.. very severe storms ..
Widespread damage. No deaths.. no injuries.. Miracles happen. As do disasters...

The tornadoes that hit Texas today were awful

And this video showcases it as a man videotapes his own home as the supercell passes.. a man literally shaking with fear as his videotapes the tornado.. the sirens in the background are audible.

Altogether today, at least 12 twisters hit Texas. Softball sized hail fell too.. very severe storms ..
Widespread damage. No deaths.. no injuries.. Miracles happen. As do disasters...

Autism awareness, a day later

Yesterday people from sea to sea wore the colors of the sea in order to remind others that they need to be aware of autism. Lots of families didn't need the vast sea of blue in order to be reminded; it is present in their daily lives, all day.. all night. All of the time.

What we know about autism is this: Studies constantly contradict each other, or refute each other.. or muddy the already dirty water. We know that there are correlations to things but so far no concrete causation to anything.

We have heard and read about studies that say vaccines do it. America is heavily vaccinated and America has really high numbers of autism. But dozens of other studies contradict Wakefield, we are told.

We also know this, for what it is worth:

And we are not done yet
But what the media tells us we cannot go on about, despite the dozens and more studies claiming autism is linked from everything from nuke plants to the type fo knife you cut bread with, we cannot go on about vaccines. 

The confusion! 
The mighty mighty confusion. No rhyme or reason to those correlations mentioned.. then the media shuts down and any attempt to ask difficult and probing questions on the vaccine industry and the chemical cocktails used within them.. 

I guess we can be comforted by the contention that autism rates are just what they always were. More screening and more light shed on the subject equals higher rates. Right? That sounds good.

But 1 in 88? Some states 1 in a lot less? 
Now that is not just more testing.. that is a bomb of autism that somehow we as a society need to grapple with. Even if we have to ask tough questions and, instead of choosing the road we travel, just see where the journey takes us.



Autism awareness, a day later

Yesterday people from sea to sea wore the colors of the sea in order to remind others that they need to be aware of autism. Lots of families didn't need the vast sea of blue in order to be reminded; it is present in their daily lives, all day.. all night. All of the time.

What we know about autism is this: Studies constantly contradict each other, or refute each other.. or muddy the already dirty water. We know that there are correlations to things but so far no concrete causation to anything.

We have heard and read about studies that say vaccines do it. America is heavily vaccinated and America has really high numbers of autism. But dozens of other studies contradict Wakefield, we are told.

We also know this, for what it is worth:

And we are not done yet
But what the media tells us we cannot go on about, despite the dozens and more studies claiming autism is linked from everything from nuke plants to the type fo knife you cut bread with, we cannot go on about vaccines. 

The confusion! 
The mighty mighty confusion. No rhyme or reason to those correlations mentioned.. then the media shuts down and any attempt to ask difficult and probing questions on the vaccine industry and the chemical cocktails used within them.. 

I guess we can be comforted by the contention that autism rates are just what they always were. More screening and more light shed on the subject equals higher rates. Right? That sounds good.

But 1 in 88? Some states 1 in a lot less? 
Now that is not just more testing.. that is a bomb of autism that somehow we as a society need to grapple with. Even if we have to ask tough questions and, instead of choosing the road we travel, just see where the journey takes us.



One rumor corrected about Texas tornadoes

UPDATE: There has been NO DAMAGE to the Six Flags in Arlington. Just heavy rain.



One rumor corrected about Texas tornadoes

UPDATE: There has been NO DAMAGE to the Six Flags in Arlington. Just heavy rain.



Tremendous damage

Here's more on the developing situation with tremendous damage in Texas after tornadoes hit suburban areas


Tremendous damage

Here's more on the developing situation with tremendous damage in Texas after tornadoes hit suburban areas


RED ALERT: All hell breaking out in Texas




Tractor-trailers fly through the air. Massive devastation as tornadoes touch ground. Major damage at a six flags. This is still a developing story with dramatic and catastrophic potential. Stay tuned to your local weather if you are in Texas. The storms are not over, super cells can still form, and you are not out of the woods yet

RED ALERT: All hell breaking out in Texas




Tractor-trailers fly through the air. Massive devastation as tornadoes touch ground. Major damage at a six flags. This is still a developing story with dramatic and catastrophic potential. Stay tuned to your local weather if you are in Texas. The storms are not over, super cells can still form, and you are not out of the woods yet

Monday, April 2, 2012

Autism awareness day? .. Oh we are very much aware

The news was fresh and startling today.. one in 70 kids have autism. Or is it 60? Or maybe 50..  Or some outrageously high number, I guess, have autism. But it's all due to that 'better screening'.. The modern media thinks we will believe that. 'Better screening'... does that excuse really fly?

Fact: Newest numbers showcase this: 1 in about 88 kids have autism.

People lit it up blue today to remind us all of that.

We don't need reminding.

Autism  has now reared its head into a mega load of lives in the United States and the world. It's not just the person down the street, but now it's the person in the house. Or a friend of the person in the house. It's not just something that hits someone else's home far away; it hits home. 

Earlier today the fine folks at FineArtStream.com, the 24/7 Art Bell rerun website played a show form 2006 when Art talked to a guest speaking about how autism rates were around the 1 in 188 range. They shunned the suggestion that better screening led to such epidemic like rates.  It is obvious it may have an effect, but not nearly as profound as what some say.

So we may now have finally admitted it.. Autism is on the rise.  Will the cure be found? Maybe we must first find the cause.

We need to find why boys are more likely than girls to get it.. we need to find why some have warning signs but regression doesn't hit until 18 months.. we need to find out why women who live near highways are more likely to have babies with autism... And we need to ask really serious, hard, difficult, and probing questions about vaccines. I know 'two dozen' studies failed to link vaccines.. but I frankly don't care. Study it more. Please? 1 in 88 kids' lives and maybe soon 1 in 33 kids' lives depend on that.

The brutal truth, not for better but for worse, is that the number may simply climb from this point. What are the implications of that? Lots. 
Societal implications.
Career implications.
Political implications. 
Budgetary implications.
Get the picture yet?

The future is now, the autism generation is here.
They are not one in a million, but 1 in 88. And they are growing up.. will people without knowledge of their symptoms even understand them? Will their presence be unwanted? Will their gifts and talents be appreciated the same as others? What will we do to help them once their safety net has expired from the earth? Parents take great care of their children ... what about when mom and dad pass into the great unknown.. and 1 in 88 are alone to fend for themselves? It certainly appears that many of the 50 states of the once great America don't have a mighty high place for autism in budgets. Then again, what lobby do kids with autism really have, anyway?

I get the feeling that all of this talk today about autism in media and TV may have been actually been a disservice in a sense. It made autism seem, still, like it was someone else's problem.
Listen.. 1 in 88 kids have autism. Did you hear that? 

I have two nephews who are afflicted. And guess what.. they are two beautiful, wonderful, human beings. Quite frankly, I often think they are a hell of a lot smarter than me.
As a matter of fact.... 
Keep this in mind: People with autism are.. *GASP!* people!  with feelings! awareness! habits! laughter! kindness! tears! and fears. Yes fears. They have them. Maybe more than "US". 

They are nothing like us but everything like 'us' at the same time.

Oh, and what are we?  What are us 'common folk' and 'normal folk' like? Think of this truth: We enter a rat race every day in a car that could crash.. we head to a job we really don't want just to make a simple income to buy a few things after we pay for bills. Many of us choose to use leftover cash on booze and drugs to dull the mind to the depression that would occur if we really thought about existence. Sometimes we drown out the night by casting the blue light of the television set in our living rooms, as though it will tube up the worst of the day and make us faaaaghhettabout it....  We overeat sometimes. Or under eat. Some of us make ourselves vomit because we hate our bodies. Others look in the mirror and see perfection--those are the vain ones of 'us.' They probably think the song is about them..............And that's that. And some of those same 'normal folk' with their highs and lows, often unnatural, think they are better.. Laughable, isn't it? Laughable indeed.

What do we know tonight that we did not know in 2008, 2006, 2002, 2000, 1997, 1995, 1992, 1988, 1980? NOTHING.
1 in 88
We know that....
And that, really, is all we know. No matter what 'experts' or highly paid 'not us's' tell you.





Autism awareness day? .. Oh we are very much aware

The news was fresh and startling today.. one in 70 kids have autism. Or is it 60? Or maybe 50..  Or some outrageously high number, I guess, have autism. But it's all due to that 'better screening'.. The modern media thinks we will believe that. 'Better screening'... does that excuse really fly?

Fact: Newest numbers showcase this: 1 in about 88 kids have autism.

People lit it up blue today to remind us all of that.

We don't need reminding.

Autism  has now reared its head into a mega load of lives in the United States and the world. It's not just the person down the street, but now it's the person in the house. Or a friend of the person in the house. It's not just something that hits someone else's home far away; it hits home. 

Earlier today the fine folks at FineArtStream.com, the 24/7 Art Bell rerun website played a show form 2006 when Art talked to a guest speaking about how autism rates were around the 1 in 188 range. They shunned the suggestion that better screening led to such epidemic like rates.  It is obvious it may have an effect, but not nearly as profound as what some say.

So we may now have finally admitted it.. Autism is on the rise.  Will the cure be found? Maybe we must first find the cause.

We need to find why boys are more likely than girls to get it.. we need to find why some have warning signs but regression doesn't hit until 18 months.. we need to find out why women who live near highways are more likely to have babies with autism... And we need to ask really serious, hard, difficult, and probing questions about vaccines. I know 'two dozen' studies failed to link vaccines.. but I frankly don't care. Study it more. Please? 1 in 88 kids' lives and maybe soon 1 in 33 kids' lives depend on that.

The brutal truth, not for better but for worse, is that the number may simply climb from this point. What are the implications of that? Lots. 
Societal implications.
Career implications.
Political implications. 
Budgetary implications.
Get the picture yet?

The future is now, the autism generation is here.
They are not one in a million, but 1 in 88. And they are growing up.. will people without knowledge of their symptoms even understand them? Will their presence be unwanted? Will their gifts and talents be appreciated the same as others? What will we do to help them once their safety net has expired from the earth? Parents take great care of their children ... what about when mom and dad pass into the great unknown.. and 1 in 88 are alone to fend for themselves? It certainly appears that many of the 50 states of the once great America don't have a mighty high place for autism in budgets. Then again, what lobby do kids with autism really have, anyway?

I get the feeling that all of this talk today about autism in media and TV may have been actually been a disservice in a sense. It made autism seem, still, like it was someone else's problem.
Listen.. 1 in 88 kids have autism. Did you hear that? 

I have two nephews who are afflicted. And guess what.. they are two beautiful, wonderful, human beings. Quite frankly, I often think they are a hell of a lot smarter than me.
As a matter of fact.... 
Keep this in mind: People with autism are.. *GASP!* people!  with feelings! awareness! habits! laughter! kindness! tears! and fears. Yes fears. They have them. Maybe more than "US". 

They are nothing like us but everything like 'us' at the same time.

Oh, and what are we?  What are us 'common folk' and 'normal folk' like? Think of this truth: We enter a rat race every day in a car that could crash.. we head to a job we really don't want just to make a simple income to buy a few things after we pay for bills. Many of us choose to use leftover cash on booze and drugs to dull the mind to the depression that would occur if we really thought about existence. Sometimes we drown out the night by casting the blue light of the television set in our living rooms, as though it will tube up the worst of the day and make us faaaaghhettabout it....  We overeat sometimes. Or under eat. Some of us make ourselves vomit because we hate our bodies. Others look in the mirror and see perfection--those are the vain ones of 'us.' They probably think the song is about them..............And that's that. And some of those same 'normal folk' with their highs and lows, often unnatural, think they are better.. Laughable, isn't it? Laughable indeed.

What do we know tonight that we did not know in 2008, 2006, 2002, 2000, 1997, 1995, 1992, 1988, 1980? NOTHING.
1 in 88
We know that....
And that, really, is all we know. No matter what 'experts' or highly paid 'not us's' tell you.





"This storm is not survivable"

The National Weather Service wants you to prepare so much for spring weather that they intend on instituting a campaign to scare the hell out of you to do so!

Goodbye old fashioned tornado warnings, hello graphic wording on how many terrible ways you will die within seconds of hearing the warning..

Among the warnings:
  • 'Complete destruction of entire neighborhoods is likely'
  • 'Mass devastation is highly likely, making the area unrecognizable to survivors'

    Earth informer votes that they also incorporate 'bring out your dead the monster is coming' and 'the end is near'..

    In all seriousness could this end up being a boy that cried wolf scenario? You get told countless times you'll die, you don't, and then let your guard down?
    Then disaster truly hits





  • "This storm is not survivable"

    The National Weather Service wants you to prepare so much for spring weather that they intend on instituting a campaign to scare the hell out of you to do so!

    Goodbye old fashioned tornado warnings, hello graphic wording on how many terrible ways you will die within seconds of hearing the warning..

    Among the warnings:
  • 'Complete destruction of entire neighborhoods is likely'
  • 'Mass devastation is highly likely, making the area unrecognizable to survivors'

    Earth informer votes that they also incorporate 'bring out your dead the monster is coming' and 'the end is near'..

    In all seriousness could this end up being a boy that cried wolf scenario? You get told countless times you'll die, you don't, and then let your guard down?
    Then disaster truly hits





  • Sunday, April 1, 2012

    As the earth turns: Sunday night stories from around the globe


    Hope you had a good weekend. The earth seemed safe, though several 5.something quakes hit around the world (including again the Fukushima area).. and John Lear was on Coast to Coast AM with John B. Wells… some believe Lear’s commentary was an April fools’ joke but those who know Lear and remember him dating back to the early 90s on Art Bell know he is consistent. Whether what he says is a joke or not isn’t the issue, what is clear is that it certainly was not only for April Fools..
    Around the world tonight. In a few links:

    As the earth turns: Sunday night stories from around the globe


    Hope you had a good weekend. The earth seemed safe, though several 5.something quakes hit around the world (including again the Fukushima area).. and John Lear was on Coast to Coast AM with John B. Wells… some believe Lear’s commentary was an April fools’ joke but those who know Lear and remember him dating back to the early 90s on Art Bell know he is consistent. Whether what he says is a joke or not isn’t the issue, what is clear is that it certainly was not only for April Fools..
    Around the world tonight. In a few links:

    Last night's Coast to Coast..

    Fittingly on April fools day? Was the John B Wells interview with John Lear a joke?
    I think not. Go back and search. John Lear has said all this before--well maybe not the malls on the moon. But besides that......all this before.

    Last night's Coast to Coast..

    Fittingly on April fools day? Was the John B Wells interview with John Lear a joke?
    I think not. Go back and search. John Lear has said all this before--well maybe not the malls on the moon. But besides that......all this before.

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