Ethan Indigo Smith – Stop and smell the roses. Have you seen the intricate beauty in flowers and the natural world around you lately? It is confounding and amazing to me how many people deny themselves of moments to pause and reflect on the beauty of the intricacy of the world and life.
Generally people convince themselves they do not have time to meditate in any form let alone in the form of simply pausing and reflecting on the beauty of entirety.
People are busy and busy-minded and make conditions in their life that makes meditation difficult. Many people think meditation is too complex a practice, or that meditating is for people without complexity. But meditation can be as simple as observing the beauty of a flower, or a butterfly. In fact, meditation describes a whole panorama of practices and tools to better enable individuals to explore our own inner worlds and the outer world. Continue reading “Meditation Tools for Self-Awareness and a Quiet Mind”→
Arjun Walia – Geoengineering is becoming a common term within the mainstream. We’ve covered the topic many times over the past 10 years. The last article we wrote on the topic was about a Harvard Professor explaining how spraying heavy metals in the sky could possibly kill or contribute to the deaths of tens of thousands of people every single year. Prior to that, we wrote about an experiment at MIT where they were going to spray toxic particles into the sky to reflect the sunlight away from Earth, and before that, we covered the then CIA director’s comments regarding his support for Geoengineering. This isn’t a new phenomenon. Discussions about it have been ongoing for a very long time, and there are dozens of examples to choose from when conveying this information to the public.
A Few Examples
Here’s a video of popular physicist Michio Kaku speaking on weather modification.
Sean Adl-Tabatabai – The compound in New Mexico, where five extremists were training children to commit school shootings, has been mysteriously destroyed by authorities.
The destruction of the site came after a court order was issued allowing for the seizure of a stolen trailer. According to NBC News, not only has the trailer been torn apart, but the underground tunnel where the remains of an unidentified young boy were found has been buried in rubble, surrounded by bullets.
Sundance – A select group of congressional representatives, participating in a closed-door joint committee of congress, is questioning DOJ-NSD official George Toscas today.
The joint committee is a group from within the House Oversight (Gowdy) and House Judiciary (Goodlatte) committees. Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte selects the committee members who do the questioning. Jim Jordan discusses part of today’s events.
George Toscas is an interesting subject to interview. Within the Lisa Page/Peter Strzok text messages the name Geeorge Toscas is an intermittent occurrence mostly surrounding the Clinton email investigation. He is a key figure in the Sept/Oct. 2016, timeline when the New York DOJ/FBI were in contact with DC DOJ/FBI surrounding the Abedin/Weiner laptop.
Greg Hunter – Obama Administration CIA Director John Brennan had his security clearance revoked by President Trump. Brennan says it’s an attack on Trump’s critics. Others say it’s the beginning of punishment for being the “ringleader” of a soft coup to remove Donald Trump from office. Are indictments of Brennan and his co-conspirators coming soon?
Say something that big tech companies do not like and you can be banned from social media platforms such at Twitter and Facebook. It’s not just people like Alex Jones getting banned, it is also GOP congressional candidates such as Elizabeth Heng whose family story about escaping brutal communist dictator Pol Pot in Cambodia is considered “obscene.”
Lots of people are worried about the U.S. dollar. Is it going to continue to rise in value? Is the Fed going to keep raising interest rates on the short end of the curve? Can emerging markets like Turkey survive without an economic meltdown? All good questions, and we will try to give you the answers.
Join Greg Hunter as he talks about these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.