Old System Struggling and Dying [Video]

USA Watchdog July 31 2013

Money manager Catherine Austin Fitts says, “You are seeing a tug of war between the new system that’s coming up and the old system that’s struggling and dying.” Fitts explains it by saying, “Let’s pretend we have a company called USA, and we create a new company called Breakaway Civilization. We move all of our assets out of USA and put them in Breakaway Civilization. We leave union obligations and pension funds . . . in the old USA economy.”

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Source Of Consciousness & Ayahuasca [Video]

liloumace July 30 2013

Graham Hancock is a British writer and journalist. Hancock specialises in unconventional theories involving ancient civilizations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths and astronomical/astrological data from the past. One of the main themes running through many of his books is the possible global connection with a “mother culture” from which he believes all ancient historical civilizations sprang.

War God and Ancient civilizations – Graham Hancock (part 2/2)

His books include Lords of Poverty, The Sign and the Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Keeper of Genesis (released in the US as Message of the Sphinx), The Mars Mystery, Heaven’s Mirror (with wife Santha Faiia), Underworld: The Mysterious Origins of Civilization, and Talisman: Sacred Cities, Secret Faith (with co-author Robert Bauval).

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Manufacturers Deceive Consumers With “Organic” Product Names

EWG  July 29 2013

Savvy consumers know that cosmetics do not have to be tested and proved safe before making it onto store shelves. Consumer protections for personal care products are outdated and broken, so shoppers must do their own legwork to ensure that the products they buy are safe – by reading labels and using resources such as EWG’s Skin Deep database.

But making sense of the labels on cosmetic products isn’t easy.

Manufacturers use the term “organic” in their product names to mislead consumers about the sources of the ingredients. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the federal agency that regulates cosmetics, acknowledges that it does not “define or regulate the term ‘organic’ as it applies to cosmetics, body care or personal care products.”

In fact, it’s the U.S. Department of Agriculture that regulates the term “organic,” whether in food or cosmetics. But there’s a Catch-22. Although cosmetic products containing agricultural ingredients are eligible for USDA’s organic certification, that agency says it’s not authorized to regulate the “production and labeling of cosmetics… that are not made up of agricultural ingredients, or do not make any claims to meeting USDA organic standards.”

This means that cosmetics that don’t contain agricultural ingredients can deceptively use the word “organic” in the product name without penalty from either USDA or FDA.

It’s important to understand the components of product labels. The “principal display panel” – the front label – is the portion with the product name, logo and, when applicable, the USDA Organic Seal. The ingredient information panel is on the back and lists ingredients. Though manufacturers do not always provide a full list of ingredients.

When it comes to “organic” claims, here are the facts:

If a company is selling a product that does contain agricultural ingredients and wants to label it organic, it must abide by these rules under USDA’s National Organic Program:

  • Products labeled “100% organic” can contain only organically produced ingredients. They can display the USDA Organic Seal.
  • Products labeled simply “organic” must contain a minimum of 95 percent organically produced ingredients. They are also permitted to display the USDA Organic Seal. Non-organic ingredients must be USDA-approved and appear on the National List of allowed and prohibited substances.
  • Products labeled “made with organic xxxxx” (for example, “Made with organic rosemary”) must contain a minimum of 70 percent organically produced ingredients. They may not display the USDA Organic Seal but can list up to three of the certified organic ingredients on the front label.
  • Products containing less than 70 percent organic ingredients cannot display the USDA Organic Seal or use the term “organic” on the front label. These products are permitted to list certified organic ingredients on theback panel only.
  • The listed percentages of organic material cannot include water and salt.
  • All products must provide the name and address of a USDA-accredited certifier, a private company hired to document that the product complies with the agency’s rules.

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The Fattening Of America – Is Water Fluoridation To Blame?

NaturalNews  July 29 2013

As more information comes to light about fluoride poisoning across the country, connections between the chemical and weight gain are garnering attention. A known suppressor of the thyroid gland, fluoride is a major player in the rampant increase of obesity. But the toxicity of fluoride is subtle and can also manifest as creeping additional weight that is nearly impossible to shed. One aspect is certain: If we desire a slim and healthy body, getting a handle on fluoride exposure is crucial.

Unexplained weight gain and poor health linked with depressed thyroid

If you find yourself struggling with unexplained weight gain, fatigue, depression and general malaise, a malfunctioning thyroid may be the cause. According to “Fluoride Poisoning – It’s All Over,” German and Austrian researchers discovered in the 1930s that an overactive thyroid could be treated by bathing in fluorinated water – illustrating the powerful suppressive effect it has on the gland. For those who have a normal or low functioning thyroid, exposure to fluoride is a disaster for health. The article continues with a laundry list of staggering consequences:

“Deliberately damaging the thyroid will produce a plethora of symptoms affecting the entire human body from head to toe. Symptoms of thyroid damage and fluoride poisoning include weight gain, edema, kidney disease, kidney failure, hair loss, depression, aggression, aches, pains, skin problems, bone deformities (likely including “arthritis” and spontaneous fractures), sexual/erectile dysfunction, memory loss, weakness, fatigue, heart disease, irritability, cancer, digestive disorders including severe GERD as a result of swallowing fluoride, nausea, vomiting, visual problems, gum disease, “high cholesterol,” connective tissue damage, brittle teeth, wrinkles, premature aging, dehydration, and long, long after the whole body has been damaged, “cosmetic fluorosis” might finally show up in a tooth or two.”

Reduce contact and detox

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Whop-Sided Love

Nibiruan Council July 29 2013

As you know, Earth and humanity are moving through a time of unprecedented change.   The reason is that we are creating a new world.   This new world, or new reality, is the one that you and I have worked and waited for.  But as I said, we must create it ourselves.

One of the things we have said is necessary is more love.  Love makes the world go round and the lack thereof, well–we have already seen that, haven’t we?  More love would be great; we just have to ensure that we create a balanced kind of love.  That brings me to my topic for this week; whop-sided love.  What is whop-sided love?  Most of us already have an idea but for clarity’s sake, I define whop-sided love as loving someone more than they love you.

Mirrors, we are getting mirrors of how we love, ourselves and others, through many different sources.  One that was totally in my face just recently was provided by two tiny creatures with whom I have the honor of sharing my home.  Cleo, my mini-Beagle and Nubi, my tiny, elegant Italian greyhound, have a whop-sided love between them.  Nubi is much more devoted to Cleo than she is to him.  He willing gives up his food and passes on a treat if she wants it.  It is Nubi who prefers to cuddle and will take up as little space as possible in order to share a bed.  In short, Cleo would be fine without Nubi but Nubi would not be fine without her.

This whop-sided love and it’s mirror was was very apparent yesterday during our daily walk.  Cleo took off after a rabbit, running into a wooded area thick with heavy undergrowth.  About 15 minutes later she emerged covered in little sticky burs, yet totally and completely thrilled with herself.  Nubi, anxious as he waited beside me immediately chastised Cleo by biting and tugging at her ears (what a mother dog would do) for the next several minutes.

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