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With the mess in Iraq getting worse and worse, and no solutions in sight, nor any exit strategy, what's next? Jihad-inspired Muslims and arms are pouring across the open borders with Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, and Iran Well, it worked in Vietnam.
The Israelis warned us to close Iraq's borders…particularly with Iran…but we ignored the advice.
One of our major problems, of course, is that we've turned our invasions over to the military. Their background and training are in warfare, not peace keeping or politics. The situation was made even worse with Iraq when Secretary Rumsfeld took the invasion planning out of the hands of the military and did it all himself…with Bush's blessing.
The result was a short war, followed by one botch after another. In Vietnam we invaded, made a mess, and left. Ditto in Haiti, and so on.
General Motors spent $4.5 billion on so-called health care for its 1.2 million employees and retirees last year. The company would have been a lot more profitable if much of that expense had been eliminated and gone to the bottom line.
Yes, I’m talking prevention instead of so-called treatment. For around $12 million they could have provided their people with a copy of my Secret Guide to Health. The immediate impact would have been 10% saving, as 10% of their people quickly adopted a more healthy lifestyle. The next year I would expect 20% more to be influenced by the success of the first 10%, saving the company about $450 million the first year and around $1.3 billion the second year.
Changing the fare in company cafeterias and replacing junk food and drink machines in lunchrooms with baskets of fruit and pure water, the sickness prevention message would be endorsed by management.
Not only would sickness care costs plunge, healthy employees do better work and miss fewer days of work.
Companies might get their employees out for a half hour fast walk in the sun every day, maybe just before lunch, or in the middle of the afternoon. This would give them needed exercise, the benefits of being in the sun, and substantially lower stress…all big health pluses.
Forty years ago I instituted a no-smoking policy for my business, plus I replaced the fluorescents with full-spectrum lights. I had “no-cancer” match-books made with matches that wouldn’t light which I gave away at conventions. How can you tell if a prospective employee smokes? That’s easy, just sit in their car for a minute and you’ll smell the smoke residue. Smokers not only are much more likely to be sick, they have to take time off to go outside for a smoke several times a day. They are drug addicts and they aren’t likely to reform. Their addiction is only going to get worse.
You don’t need drug addicts or seriously overweight employees. They are going to cost you dearly in lost time and sickness expenses. And neither can be expected to change their destructive habits.
If you have a teenager in the family and need more convincing than my Secret Guide to Wealth that college is a huge waste of time, money, and youngster character development, then see if you can find a copy of The Case Against College by Caroline Bird, Bantam Books 1975, 308p, $2.
My own experience was that college was a great way to spend four years having a good time, made less pleasant by unending tests of my short-term memory. I had a ball with my ham radio station in the basement of the fraternity house, becoming president of the radio club and getting a student-run radio station going that today is the leading student activity. I had my classical music record collection and a beautiful blond girlfriend who enjoyed sex as much as I. I was also active in the glee club and the student players group, which had it’s own theater.
Dr. William Douglass, used to write Second Opinion, and now does Real Health Breakthroughs, plus an email Daily Dose. In a recent newsletter pointed out that the sun doesn't cause cataracts, it's the infrared rays from incandescent bulbs that are the main cause. Thanks, Edison, not only are your light bulbs helping to make us fat, they're helping to blind us.
So, what's the solution? Full-spectrum fluorescent bulbs.
If you'd read the books by Ott and Lieberman, reviewed in my Secret Guide to Health (p.172), you'd already know that. I wised up forty years ago, when I replaced all the regular fluorescent bulbs with full-spectrum bulbs in my magazine publishing offices.
Bill also points out that we shouldn't be using sunscreen. Your body gets its vitamin D from the sun, and it needs it. Your ancestors spent every day out in the sun. All day. You build up a tan by getting enough sun to turn your skin slightly pink. Do this daily. Your eyes also need those UVs, so no glasses. Throw away those dark glasses.
If you're worried about melanoma (skin cancer), that's caused mostly by diet, so go out there and build up a nice tan. That's what I do. I try to spend at least an hour out in the sun every nice day wearing only some shorts and shoes.
Since my mother had Alzheimer’s, I have a particular interest in this fast-growing plague. Recent Canadian research has shown that Alzheimer’s patients with the least vitamin B12 in their blood had the most brain impairment.
And what vitamin are vegetarians missing? B12, of course. The one you get from meat.
But, as we know from recent reports, as soon as you heat food (and that includes meat) over 118° it kills the enzymes our bodies need to properly digest the food, and also destroys the vitamins. So, those well-done hamburgers are not only loading us up with growth hormones and antibiotics - we’re not getting the B12 our bodies need to keep the brain going. Make mine very, very rare, please. And that’s the way I eat my meat…rare. I’m getting my beef from local farms where no growth hormones or antibiotics are used. And then I cook my hamburgers and liver about two to three seconds a side. It’s 98% raw, and I love it.
You will too.
Oh, plus I don’t just chew what I eat enough to swallow it, I chew it thoroughly, knowing that the most important part of the digestive process is in the mouth. Dr. David Williams Reports also emphasizes the importance of not using aluminum cookware or ever eating or drinking any food that comes in aluminum cans. He also warns against most antiperspirants, since they contain aluminum. So do I, in my Secret Guide to Health.
Alzheimer’s is not something to mess around with, so please do everything you can to avoid it. In her last years, I was the only person my mother could recognize. Not even my dad!
You’ve heard about lemmings rushing in large numbers over a cliff to their death. Maybe you’ve even seen pictures of this phenomenon on PBS. I was reminded of this behavior when I thought about what’s going on that few of us bother to think about, and which is not a subject fit for the major media or even the movies to touch…our total dependence on fossil fuels. What if the oil stopped? Our cars, trucks, trains, planes and ships would all stop running. There would be no electricity for our homes. No chain saws to cut wood…not that there’s a lot of forests left, anyway. No food for store shelves. No water for our homes.
Without fuel our cities would die, along with factories and other businesses. Small farms with water wells and gardens would survive, but not much more. But, since there’s lots of oil, what’s the problem?
And there’s always hydrogen power, windmills to generate electricity, and solar cells, right? How about magnetic motors like the Takahashi scooter? And promises from zero-point energy, sonoluminescence, and…even cold fusion? Besides, we have plenty of oil and they’re finding more all the time, so stop the gloom and doom, right?
Challenge: let’s see if you can find one reliable expert who is saying that we haven’t passed our peak in oil reserves and aren’t busy using up, at an ever increasing rate, what’s been found.
That new Caspian Sea source has turned out to be a fraction of the early expectations. So, here we are, increasing our need for oil, while the wells are being pumped dry. China, which is industrializing at a record rate, increased it’s oil imports last year by 30%! And their use, like ours when we got going, will be on a J-curve going upward.
Our whole world financial system is built on oil. So, once investors recognize that oil prices are going to be rocketing, the financial system could suddenly self-destruct. With oil expensive and money next to worthless, what next? Individual lemmings are going with the crowd. They haven’t a clue that a cliff is ahead and they’re going to die.
Now we’re hearing that several OPEC countries have been exaggerating their oil reserves. Like our “friends” the Saudis. Hmm, how many of those 911 terrorists were Saudis?
I’m glad I’m living on a farm with a well behind the house, with plenty of gardening space and a forest around me for wood. Maybe I’ll start raising chickens, ducks, and other edibles again. Just in case. Rabbits are delicious, too.
Since most of us don’t pay that much attention to the musical chairs in Washington, you probably didn’t notice when Paul O’Neill got thrown out by Bush as the Secretary of the Treasury, and replaced him with John Snow. It made the tiniest of ripples in the media.
Well, Paul did something really dumb. He asked a couple of his experts to calculate how prepared the country was to pay the bills for commitments that had already been made. The findings were never published…the Bush administration, focused on the next election, made sure of that.
The bill is $44.2 trillion and there’s no clue yet as to how it can be paid. The Social Security bill is $7 trillion. Medicare is $36.6 trillion, and all the other commitments come to only $0.6 trillion. And these debts do not, of course, show in Bush’s 2004 budget.
With the baby boomers starting to retire in five years, there will be fewer workers left to pay the bills.
$44 trillion is four times the U.S. GDP and 1.5 times the whole world’s GDP. By next year it’ll be $46, if no major changes are made. Actually, considering the rate at which Medicare costs have been growing, the 1% growth per year estimate they used was conservative. It’s been more than 1.5%, and that would bring the total bill to more like $65 trillion.Yes, of course I have a solution to the problem. A simple solution. A workable solution.
If my message of how easy it is for people to cure any illness they have with no doctor or medication and never get sick again could be gotten to the public that Medicare bill would drop about 90% and we’d be home free.No, I don’t have any ideas on how to get the message out.Gutting Big Pharma will be as difficult as getting Big Oil out of the administration and Congress.
Every family in the U.S. needs a copy of my Secret Guide to Health. We need to get the fast food vendors out of our schools, get rid of vending machines, and sink the food giants.
With everyone suddenly doubling their life spans, the Social Security costs would rocket. But we’d sure see a huge growth in leisure businesses and travel for seniors.
With the Nov. 1st issue of Newsweek devoting the front cover and eight pages to the flu, complete with the claim that 36,000 Americans die from the flu every year (pages 42 & 48), it’s no wonder that millions of Americans are dutifully lining up for flu vaccine. It’s the flu-scam at full steam ahead! Friends, it’s the money. Again. Billions.
How many Americans really did die last year from the flu? 36,000? No, it was 175. Hey, look it up! I did.
That $45 billion the pharmaceutical industry spends on advertising and promotion isn’t wasted. I’ve counted 26 pages of drug ads in some Newsweek issues. That seems to buy a lot of editorial coverage. And we’re the patsies again. Suckers.
But hey, so we spend a few bucks on a flu shot…so what? Never mind that the panic is so intense that some seniors are spending ten times the going price to get this poison injected into their already immune compromised bodies. So, what’s the harm? Well, how about Alzheimer’s? As I’ve reported, all it takes is flu shots three years in a row and you have a ten times higher change of becoming an almost brainless Alzheimer’s veggie. It’s the mercury in the shots. Thimerasol. Mercury zips up to the brain, and destroys the brain cells. By the trillions. A reader sent me a video illustrating how it does this. It’s bad enough with the mercury from dental amalgam gradually seeping out and into your body. Hello Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis, both of which were virtually unknown a hundred years ago. That was before vaccinations and amalgam fillings.
No parent who has done any research into the situation will ever allow their children to have any vaccinations. These are causing autism and IQ loss, plus other long term problems that have never been reported by researchers. Remember, medical research is paid for by the pharmaceutical companies, not independent laboratories, so they’re looking for benefits to report and turning blind eyes to problems.
If you’re worried about getting the flu, just do what many alternative practitioners recommend and take a couple teaspoons of silver colloid every day. You can make it for around a penny a gallon on your kitchen counter. No, at 10 or 20 ppm you aren’t going to turn gray. That’s more pharmaceutical company disinformation.
Since my mother died of Alzheimer’s I know how devastating this illness is. Oh, how I wish I’d known enough to do the research then and helped save her. But, at the time, like almost everyone else, I trusted the doctors, considering them experts in the field. Now I have doctors calling me when someone in their family gets a serious illness.
David Booth’s big secret…the message from Sister Lucia, which those with too little to do have been buzzing about on the Web…the big deal terrible Third Secret of Fatima…turned out to be nothing new. Love and worship God and you will be saved from the coming horrible tribulations, you wicked, wicked people. Sigh.
Well, there was one surprise from this 97-year old Portuguese convent recluse. Part of her message was for people to stop going to church! Hey, if that ever caught on it could topple the biggest industry in the world…organized religion. No wonder the Popes have been guarding The Third Secret so closely since 1917, when Sister Lucia and two friends were given it by Mother Mary in a vision.
Well, we were pretty wicked in the 20th century. We set an all-time record for wicked, which wasn’t easy, if you’ve read much history. Between Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Edi Amin, Pot Pol, and a few other tyrants, the waiting lines at the Pearly Gates toll booth must have stretched out for miles. Like waiting in line for gas in Baghdad these days.
We got a hint the other day when Fr. Wingate explained that before someone is allowed to talk with Sister Lucia they have to sign a non-disclosure agreement, and that includes not disclosing there is an agreement. So that’s why Booth couldn’t spill the beans back in March, after talking with her. That’s when George Noory, the host on “Coast To Coast AM” (C2C) threw Booth and me off the show because Booth wouldn’t tell what Sister Lucia told him…saying that neither of us would ever be on his show again.
When the non-disclosure agreement ended October 6th, Booth held a press conference (which I taped). Then, that evening he revealed the big secret on the feet2fire.com program. You can download it via their archives and hear it for yourself. From my viewpoint it’s a big deal over not much, though the program did attract considerable interest, with over 18,000 downloads within 24 hours. Booth, who was unaware of the non-disclosure restriction before the visit, had agreed days earlier to go on C2C the night after talking with Sister Lucia. He claims he explained the problem to the producer before the show, so George must have been well aware of it all the while he was pressuring Booth. His throwing us off the show apparently was a put up job.
My regret is my inability to reach the C2C audience to try and convince the listeners to change their lifestyles to reverse any illness they have, and perhaps even double their lives.
What I haven’t discovered is a key to getting people to change their lifestyles. The grossly obese know full well it’s what they’re eating that’s making them fatter. They hate being fat and would give almost anything to lose weight. The one thing they aren’t able to do is stop eating the junk that’s turned them into laughing stocks.
And it’s the same with most people…even those with terminal cancer who learn they could cure themselves totally if they could only stop eating cooked food and drink lots of pure water. They’re impervious to reason or common sense. It’s like dealing with drug addicts, who lie or steal to feed their habit. Like nicotine and alcohol addicts, logic can’t reach them. Though I’ve discovered the true fountain of youth, I can’t get people to drink.
What was it when I was young that kept me from getting addicted to cigarettes? All of my family and most of my friends smoked. They drank too, yet I was able to stop almost as soon as I got out of the Navy. I only drank there because it was the only way to be with my friends when we were on shore leave. They all headed for the Shamrock bar, not the USO. Both in my college fraternity and in the Navy everyone drank beer. But me. Even my girl friend loved beer. For some reason peer pressure didn’t work on me. In the Boy Scouts, while all the other guys cooked hot dogs, I brought along lamb stew makings on camping trips.
In high school, while the other kids were playing baseball, football, or basketball I was busy at my workbench building electronic equipment. Have you any suggestions on how I can get people to stop making themselves sick and start reversing their health problems? They don’t have to have diabetes, arthritis, cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, heart disease, and so on. They’re all reversible if they’ll change their lifestyles. But the rut they’re in seems too deep, even though it leads to pain and an early death.
Almost thirty years ago, when I got to 260 pounds, I decided to hell with being fat and I went on a 1500-calorie diet. In eight months I took off 85 pounds…and I’ve kept it off. I weigh 155 today and, at 82, I’m just waiting for the snow so I can get out there on my skis and go roaring down the slopes. When I discovered the benefits of a raw food diet, I changed my eating habits. I quickly settled into my new diet and haven’t had any backsliding. Oh, I have to eat cooked food now and then, just to get along with other people when I’m at a restaurant. But that’s rare…like my meat.
What would it take to get you to change to a raw food diet? My friend Vern, who has cancer and has been given a few more months to live, understands that a diet change could save his life. But he just can’t change.
“The world we live in today is more wicked than at any time since the days of Noah.” So sayeth David Booth in his message from Sister Lucia. Well, there’s a lot of wicked stuff going on, but how do we compare today to the days when Hitler was busy having 12 million people wiped out? And the millions Stalin killed. And ditto Mao. Oh, and Idi Amin and a few other African tyrants. How about all those Tutsi’s the Hutu’s massacred? And our atom bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? The 20th century was the most bloody in history, numberwise.
But we seem to be cleaning up our act, with fewer genocide’s, and with mean old Saddam Hussein out of the way. We have stirred up a Moslem hornet’s nest, mainly by winning a couple of world wars, the cold war, supporting Israel, and becoming the world’s strongest power.
This stuff is always about power. So, where does God stand on all this wickedness? In our living world all we have to go on are the priests, who claim to speak for God.
Hmm. Maybe there’s some other communication medium that isn’t biased by a need for power. Like the reports back from heaven through mediums who communicate with the souls who are there and presumably in closer touch with God, and certainly have no power ax to grind.
From one medium after another we hear the same story from the “other side.” They tell us that this whole business of sin is a concoction of the clergy, used as a means to control us. They tell us that there is no hell. No Satan. So what’s all this wicked crap God is going to punish us for?
A calamity may well be ahead, but it has more to do with what’s going on in the solar system than any retribution for wickedness.
Last year both David Booth and Gordon Scallion had visions of an imminent major calamity. But, visions aside, what are the facts? Prof. James McCanney’s Planet-X book says history tells us a brown dwarf planet comes swooshing through our solar system on a regular basis, raising hob as it goes by. Like a sudden polar shift which could send oceans sloshing coastal cities with mile-high
waves and fast freezing new polar areas.
Geologists confirm it’s happened many times before.
McCanney tells us we can expect the planets to heat up and the Sun to go crazy when this visitor arrives in our solar system. NASA tells us that all of the planets have been heating up. We know Earth has, but it’s more likely Planet-X’s influence than burning fossil fuels.The Sun is going crazy, with major sunspots appearing several years after they were supposed to be quiet.
Sister Lucia’s message from the Virgin Mother last March, according to David, is that something awful is going to happen October 13th. I’ll put my seat belt on.
It’s interesting that the two people who had the disaster visions have both built underground bunkers and are prepared with seeds to help restart civilization after the calamity. People keep asking me what I believe. I point out that I’m a scientist, so any beliefs I might have would tend to color or even negate factual data. So I try not to believe in anything. I ask, what are the facts? They speak for themselves.
The Earth is heating up. We’re having major volcano eruptions. Bigger and better earthquakes. How big will be Mt. St. Helen’s eruption? Will the Yellowstone caldera erupt, as predicted by vulcanologists and geologists? I’ll let you know in a few weeks. Meanwhile, I’ve got a mini-bunker set up in the cellar. That’ll hold me until I can get over to stay with Booth in his.
The 911 Mess
Conspiracy theory? Yes, I have one, but it’s conspiracy facts that get my attention. Worse, are the unanswered questions these facts raise. No, I’m not going to make a list of all the questions, since it’s unlikely that any reader would have the answers. Worse, if they did, I doubt they’d be safe revealing them.
Fact: Several entities sold large blocks of the affected airline stocks short the day before the attack. Have you ever seen anything resulting from this being investigated.
Fact: Close-ups of the plane hitting the South Tower show a large cylinder attached to the bottom of the plane. What was that?
Fact: With both planes a small flash can be seen just before the planes hit the towers.
Fact: Cleveland TV news that morning reported the flight that later supposedly crashed in Pennsylvania had made an emergency landing as the result of a bomb threat and had been moved to a secure part of the airport, the passengers unloaded, and the plane was being searched.
Fact: All four of the flights carried very few passengers compared to the normal load at that time for those routes.
Fact: The White House had the Patriot II Act ready for Congress to pass within hours of the attack. Congress, unblinkingly obliged.
Fact: One nearby witness to the North Tower crash is adamant that the plane had no windows and no airline insignia on its tail.
Fact: The photos of the Pentagon crash site show no airliner remains. No engines, seats, luggage, wings, etc.
Fact: None of the Pentagon’s many security camera photos have been released, and those from nearby business security cameras were quickly confiscated.
Coincidence: The part of the Pentagon that was hit was being renovated, so there was a minimal (or no) loss of life of workers in the building.
Coincidence: The testimony of WTC survivors that the parking lot under the building, which is normally packed, was strangely empty that morning…and that the elevators, normally full, were almost empty.
Strange: Testimony of F-16 pilots that their request to go full speed to intercept the airliners was refused.
Strange: The wreckage of the plane which crashed in Pennsylvania, said to have been brought down by terrorists when the passengers attacked them, was spread over a large area…more consistent with the plane having been brought down by a missile.
Strange: The speed with which a list of the supposed terrorists was made public, yet a government official claims that none of these people were listed on the airline passenger lists. Oh, and seven of the people named have turned up alive in the Middle East.
Strange: The reports by many people of hearing explosions at the time the buildings collapsed.
Strange: The destruction of the other buildings in the WTC area.
Really Strange: The finding of a terrorist’s pristine passport in the street.
Oh, heck, you make your own list…and send me a copy.
Strange: Now I’m reading reports of billions of dollars in gold being quietly removed from the WTC basement vaults just before the attack.
Obvious Questions: If, as is suggested, the attack was carried out by the government, were those few passengers on the airliners all intelligence people who were flown to another airport (such as Cleveland), and off loaded? Could the planes which crashed into the WTC have been military refueling or cargo planes under remote control?
No, I’m not going to make this book-length, although the recitation of facts, coincidences and unanswered questions would fill a book. Well, we got lied to big time about Pearl Harbor, Oklahoma City, Flight 800, Waco, and so on, so what’s new? I almost forgot the Moon landings.
Green for President
If you are a big fan of Bush or Kerry, skip this. For that matter, if you are a big fan of either Bush or Kerry I’d like you to explain to me how come these are the best two people in the country we could find for the job? The alternative? Nader? Come on, give me a break! No, the only logical alternative to politics as usual is to vote for someone who isn’t a politician. Like who?
How about a businessman with one hell of a track record? A WWII combat veteran (yes, there are still a few of those left). Someone with good technical smarts and plenty of brains. My overwhelming modesty almost prevents me from telling you that this describes me. But, not quite.
Write in Wayne Green when you vote.
(1) If elected, I will make the United States the healthiest country in the world. I’ll reduce our health care costs by at least 90% and aim at doubling our lifespans. It’s doable, and I know how. Nothing new has to be invented. No more cancer, heart disease, AIDS, arthritis, back trouble, obesity, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, diabetes, ulcers, and so on. Not even any attention deficit disorder or hyperactivity. No more Big Pharma. No more pesticides on our farm crops or growth hormones in our meat. No genetically-modified frankenfoods. Yes, it’s all doable.
(2) If elected, I will make American kids the best educated in the world, instead of coming in last on international tests. Further, I’ll cut the cost of education by at least 50%. I’ll make it so our kids have an average IQ of 150, the highest in the world. They’ll be able to speak a dozen languages fluently, without any accent, and think in any of them with no confusion. And that includes English! They’ll be able to read with a high level of retention at a few seconds per page.
Kids? Heck, the new era of education will aim at life-long learning. And, like health, nothing new has to be discovered. We already know how to do everything I’m promising.
(3) If elected, I will cut our bloated federal government by at least 60%. Maybe 80%. Further, I will make sure that the government is in business to make life better for us. New Zealand did it and we can too. I’d start by eliminating all cabinet offices except the State and War Departments…er, Defense Department. The Defense Department would be renamed the Peace Department and the State Department would be renamed the Diplomany Department.
(4) If elected, I will make sure that any foreign aid funds are given in exchange for land which can be developed into business enterprise zones (like Hong Kong was) which will repay our investment many times over, as well as benefitting the aided country.
(5) If elected, I will adopt the Chilian social security system. This is one which would guarantee someone who never makes more than a minimum wage a million dollars at retirement. Read A Nation of Millionaires by Robert Genetski for the details.
(6) If elected, I will cut the income tax way back. Maybe even cut it entirely. When it was introduced it ran about 2%. They’ve inched it up to about 40% today. By getting federal employees into jobs that generate money instead of just spending it, we’ll save enormously. Then, there’s those well-hidden CAFR funds which can be tapped. They’re estimated at $60 trillion, and they’re invested in stocks. If we get this money out in the open there will be no need for an income tax. Or a national sales tax.
(7) If elected, I will see that we replace oil, coal, nuclear, natural gas, and hydro-electric power with cold fusion, which will provide energy at less than a tenth of today’s cost and is non-polluting. This will be a new multi-trillion dollar industry and I want it to be centered right here in the United States.
(8) If elected, I will bring our military back from the over a hundred countries where we are now supporting them. Problems with dictators and rogue nations will be dealt with via low-cost education for their people, better food, and business opportunities. Business is war, just without all the innocent casualties.
(9) If elected, I will get Congress to remove the Post Office’s monopoly so private companies can compete. This will lower mailing costs and greatly improve service. Read Monopoly Mail by Douglas Adie.
(10) If elected, I will have the members of Mensa, the High IQ society (which I founded in 1960) set up think tanks to help government and businesses creatively solve their problems.
(11) If elected, I would stop subsidies to big businesses and millionaire farmers.
(12) If elected, I would urge every state to set up small business incubators in every town. This would provide millions of new jobs and generate hundreds of thousands of new enterprises. Big industry is busy outsourcing both manufacturing and white collar jobs to lower wage countries. We need to counter this with new small businesses, and I don’t mean mom and pop restaurants and stores. We need jobs for all those government employees who will be freed up, plus honest work for thousands of ex-lobbyists.
(13) If elected, I would close our borders to illegal immigration. Further, I’d give illegal immigrants three months to wind up their affairs and go back where they came from…at our expense. Any that don’t leave would be deported.
(14) If elected, I will encourage our farmers to grow organic produce and show them how they can grow five times as much on their same lands, with no need for fertilizers or pesticides. Rock dust on our farm lands will replace the minerals which have been lost, making the crops much healthier to eat and resistant to pests.
(15) If elected, I will stop the adding of fluorides to our public water supplies.
(16) Members of Congress would be allowed to serve one, and only one, term. They would be paid $1 million a year for their service to the country.
(17) This is America. Our language is English. This is the language that will be taught and used in our schools, no matter what language is spoken at home.
(18) CIA, FBI, DIA, NSA, HSA, and so on. Do we need 17 different intelligence fifedoms, few of which talk with each other? I think not. Let’s wrap them together into one agency.
(19) Instead of putting American military personnel at risk in dangerous places, replace them with foreign mercenaries.
(20) What have I missed that should be part of my platform? I’m available for talks to any business or veteran’s groups within easy driving distance. I’d love to answer questions on any of the above planks in my platform .
A note from Floyd Fish in Arizona says he heard a news item last May that University of Southern California was forecasting a major earthquake within five months.
Nothing more was mentioned until July 10th, when it was reported that geologists are predicting a major earthquake in California on the 5th or 6th of September. Well, Californians can’t say they weren’t warned if the fan gets hit on the Labor Day weekend. Maybe that’s a good time for California families to make a trip East for the Hopkinton (NH) Fair…and hang around, just in case, for our famous fall foliage display. We’ve got plenty to see and do to keep them busy. It’ll also be a good place to settle if their California home gets destroyed.
Was that TV movie 10.5 a hint?
Presumably you’re keeping up with the current events the media allows us to know about via Newsweek et al. In which case you couldn’t have missed the cover picture of Steve Jobs with his iPod, plus the nine-page article inside. Jobs’ iTunes has been a huge success, too. But, for the same reason I haven’t sprung the bucks for a satellite radio for my van, I also haven’t even looked to see what’s available from iTunes. A thousand songs? Hmm, but how many of them would I want to listen to? My oeuvre is classical, ragtime, old time C&W, G&S, old show tunes, and stuff like that, not new age, any densities of rock, rap, gangsta, etc. I got off the train when swing came in, way before anyone thought of lifting a rock to see what was under it.
My preference in radio listening is mostly talk radio. Particularly when I can listen to experts with controversial topics. I haven’t seen any mention of this being on the satellite channels or downloadable via iTunes. So, how about a new download source, call it iTalkTalkTalk? That would get my attention. I want to hear about the stuff that Newsweek isn’t allowed to print. I want the skinny on 911, not the thoroughly digested pap from some 911 commission via The Wall Street Journal.
How about making it easier to download interviews from lougentile.com, mysteriesofthemind.com, feet2fire.com, yowsusa.com, rense.com and coasttocoastam.com into my mini-iPod? At 99¢ each, I’d run up a good sized account. If I had the time I’d love to make the music from my 78 rpm collection available. Most of that stuff is out of copyright by now and not available anywhere else. Some really wonderful stuff.
Canadian researchers have just reported a major break-through for heart attack patients. They’ve discovered that treating the blood with UV radiation does wonders. Wow!
But, I wonder if they managed this break-through on their own, or if someone involved read Dr. William Douglass’ 1993 book, Into The Light, which I’ve reviewed on page 5 of my Secret Guide to Wisdom? Dr. Douglass reported at length about using UVs on blood, which was not a new technology ten years ago. Maybe in five or ten years Canadian researchers will discover that a raw food diet works even greater medical miracles. If they do, be sure they’ll keep that discovery quiet.
My thanks to Canadian reader Andrew Currie for spotting this one.
In Dr. Rowen’s Second Opinion he noted, “For generations, conventional medicine has held that diet has little or no effect on your health—other than dietary cholesterol.”
Well, I knew that virtually nothing about diet is taught in the medical schools, For that matter, almost nothing is taught about why people get sick. Doesn’t that seem basically stupid to you? If you put the wrong fuel into any engine it’s going to have problems. Well, it’s just plain common sense that if we don’t put the food into our bodies that they’re designed to use as fuel, that something is going to eventually go wrong.
The next time you go to your doctor see if you can get him to grasp this concept. Bet you can’t.
Dogs and cats adapted over several thousand generations to work best when fueled with raw meat. So, when we feed them so-called dog or cat food, which had been cooked, naturally their lives are shortened and they come down with illnesses.
Big surprise…it’s the same with us humans. We do fabulously when fed what we’ve adapted to. But, when we eat finger-licking good Col. Sander’s and Twinkies, we get sick and die in half a normal lifetime. Our digestive systems adapted to the food at hand long before bar-be-que, diet colas and super-sized fries. So we’re paying the price with our health.
It’s your choice…you can be climbing mountains and out there having a great time at a hundred, or hobbling around with a walker in a nursing home in your seventies.
And what does Dr. Rowen eat? He says, “If God did not make it, do not eat it.” He eats vegetables, fruits, nuts and other natural foods. My diet is almost totally raw fruits, vegetables, nuts and meat.
Like everyone else, I was brought up to wear underwear. My father did, and so did both of my grandfathers. Everyone in the locker rooms at high school and college wore underwear. Everyone in the Navy did.
So I was amazed one day in 1948 in a locker room when a friend of mine was changing into bathing trunks to see he wasn’t wearing underwear. I asked him how come?
He said he didn’t see any good reason to.
Sha-zam! I stopped wearing underwear. And I haven’t seen any good reason since.
The science magazines, ever mindful that “good news does not sell papers,” threatens us with articles about asteroids having hit the Earth millions of years ago, causing mass extinctions. Well, by this time, any asteroids circling around in the solar system that have orbits likely to hit us must have already collided, right? That’s why all of the big impacts are mainly of interest to geologists. A possible collision by an asteroid these days seems pretty remote.
What if a bunch of asteroids, comets and meteors, accompanying an intruding planet, were to enter the solar system? Then all those orbit bets are off. It would be a whole new ball game, with some pretty big balls involved.We’re seeing more and more comets being discovered by astronomers. We’re seeing a sudden rise in meteors hitting Earth. But what we aren’t seeing in the nightly news is anything about an intruding planet that might be hosting this entourage. A planet coming in from the South Pole direction, for instance, which could only be spotted by astronomers way down south…like in Antarctica. So, how real are the reports of the U.S. having quietly built a major observatory in Antarctica? Mark Hazelwood, in his latest book, Delicate Earth, makes a very substantial case for the cover-up.
If something big does come, the odds are it’ll hit an ocean…and make one heck of a splash. A rock like that could cause a ripple which would go around the globe. Fast. And just might wipe out every coastal city on the ocean it hit. If it hits on land it’ll make a huge hole and probably blast dirt and dust into the stratosphere which could obscure the Sun for a year or two, and dust would get into everything.
While it’s nice that the government is going to lengths not to cause us worry about all this, still, it would help if the more alert could be as prepared as they could to survive something like that. Just in case, you know.
Gee, I’ve been attacked, complete with name calling. I’m flattered. Someone, a.k.a. Clavius, says I’m ignorant. Hey, I’m the first to admit that there are an almost infinite number of things of which I am ignorant. But, ignorance is bliss…right? Gee, there must be a lot of blissful people.
Well, Bliss may be an exaggeration, but I’m basically a very happy person. I get great joy from listening to classical music. The beauty of the wild flowers in the field across from the house moves me to tears of happiness. There’s the joy of reading a good book. And the thrill of charging full tilt down a ski slope. I’m in bliss when I get phone calls from people I’ve helped change their lives. The excitement of visiting new places and doing new things. The beauty of Edward Hopper’s paintings. The taste of raw fruits for breakfast and a big bowl of fresh salad for dinner.
And, oh, how I enjoy researching and writing about things I think will be of interest to others.
I’m a sharing person. I love people and want to share the things I enjoy with as many as I can. That’s why I have so much fun being a guest on talk shows and in doing my weekly TV show. That way I can share the exciting things I’ve discovered.
Clavius’ many arguments give me the impression this is the work of a NASA disinformation agent. Or else he hasn’t bothered to read Dark Moon by Percy, which shows Clavius is full of…err…Moon dust. Or René’s NASA Mooned America. The wording seems strangely like that of Richard C. Hoagland. Hey, Dick, cut the “C” stuff and join us out front people as Dick or Rick Hoagland. My birth certificate says I’m Wayne Sanger Green II. That’s Wayne Green to you. Preferably just Wayne. I don’t have an inferiority complex to compensate for.
Sanger is a family name. My great grandfather Thaddius E. Sanger was the town doctor in my home town of Littleton (NH). He was a homeopathic pioneer. Figures.
Clav also hasn’t apparently yet gotten an eyeful of the testimony by Henry Kissenger, Alexander Haig, Lawrence Eagleberger, and General Dick Walters (CIA head) and Richard Helms on the CBC documentary where they talk about how the supposed Moon films were actually shot by Stanley Kubrick in his studios near London. He used a small crew to do it and then, at Nixon’s request, the CIA killed them…including Kubrick…to protect the secret. The documentary has an interview with Kubrick’s widow.
On the bright side, I much prefer Clav’s attacking me via the Web rather than giving me a heart attack, the way it looks like they did to Brian Welch and a few other trouble-makers.
Write A Book
Have you written a book yet? What does it take to get you going, a cayenne enema?
If you’ve been around for long, if you haven’t learned enough about some subject to write a book, you need to get a life. So, what interests you? Have you done much research on it? Almost everyone I talk with on the phone has a book in them.
How do you get it published?
How do you promote and advertise it?
Gee, I should write a book on that!
Write down on a piece of paper, “I am going to write a book.”Heck, they’re starting kids who can barely write off writing books and the results are spectacular. Their interest in writing explodes, their IQs go up, and they’re having great fun.
You need a word processor these days. I prefer a Macintosh…of almost any vintage. I write using Word and then dump so it’s easy to spell check for typing errors/ Then I dump it into PageMaker, which automatically numbers the pages. It’s easy to add photographs or drawings too. I then print out the finished pages, trim off the excess paper, and paste the pages together for duplication on a Canon Imagerunner 5000, which prints both sides of an 8-1/2 x 11 page (black ink only).
Next, I run the pages through an office paper folder, giving me four printed pages per sheet of paper. I put the stacks of folded pages on the kitchen counter and collate them. I then trim the edge of the finished books with a ream cutter and I’m done. The Canon printer is the only really expensive part, so you’ll need to be printing a lot of books to afford it. I’ll bet you can find a local printer to do the job for you.
Promotion? If your book will be of interest to some specific group, get in touch with a publication they are likely to read and get them to print a new book release about it. I have a $1 million promotion video (item #52) which explains how to get publications to do new products items and new product (and book) reviews.
With over a half million tech jobs having been shipped overseas, and the potential for about five times that many to follow, maybe it’s getting time to give the long run some thought. Particularly if your job is one that could be done cheaper by a dollar-a-day worker in China or India.
A good answer is to become an outsourcer instead of an outsourcee. By that I mean starting your own company instead of working for someone else. If it’s your company nobody is going to outsource you.
I won’t go into the details on how to do that since I’ve covered it in my $5 Secret Guide to Wealth book.
There are a bunch of things that are critical to know to successfully start your own business. Unfortunately these are not taught at any college I’ve heard of. They’re important to know so you won’t be one of the 90% of small businesses that don’t last five years. My book explains how you can get someone else to teach you everything you need to know and pay you to learn. This experience will also help you to figure out what product or service is needed that you can provide.
Having your own business is the best way to make sure you will have the money and the freedom to do things. It’s allowed me to visit 142 countries so far and buy things like a yacht, an airplane, a few Porsches, Arab horses, and a Mercedes 600 Limo.
Do you know anyone who might nominate me for a Nobel Prize? I don’t want it for the money or the personal prestige, but it sure would help to get my books more attention so I could help more people to be healthy, to make more money, and to be better educated.
Can you think of anyone alive today who has done more to advance civilization than me? I can’t. But then perhaps I’m biased.
So what have I done that’s changed the world?
It all started back in 1969 when, as the publisher of 73 Amateur Radio Today, I wanted to help the hobby get growing again after its growth got stopped in 1963 by the American Radio Relay League, the national ham radio organization. They proposed the FCC adopt a new regulation which would have prevented around 90% of the amateurs from continuing to use radiotelephone and go back to just using Morse Code…unless they passed a high class license exam. This proposal put 90% of the ham radio clubs out of business, 85% of the ham radio stores, and almost 100% of the manufacturers, all within a couple of years. I saw the use of automatic relay stations set up on mountain tops and tall buildings to extend the range of mobile and handy-talkie equipment from a mile or two to one or two hundred miles as a salvation. So I started publishing hundreds or articles on this new technology and how to interface it with the telephone system. I started publishing a Repeater Journal dedicated to it, plus book after book on the subject. I put up my own repeater on nearby Pack Monadnock Mountain so I’d know first hand what I was writing about and publishing. My repeater (WR1AAB) made it possible for mobile hams anywhere in New England to talk with any other mobile
I wrote editorials about how much fun it was to be able to make phone calls as I was skiing down the New Hampshire and Aspen mountains with my little handy-talkie. The hams in Chicago developed a particularly effective system by putting their transmitter atop the Sears Tower and having receivers all around the city. Whichever receiver got the best signal from the mobile or handy-talkie, relayed it through the tower. That was the invention of the “cell” system. The hams at Motorola and G.E. took my editorials to their top people and the next thing you know cell telephones got started. Today there are over two billion users in just about every country in the world.
What started out in 1969 with around a hundred amateur radio repeaters blossomed into the largest part of the hobby, with over 8,000 repeaters around the country. I knew repeaters were “in” when I was flying from Johannesburg to Swaziland and was able to talk with the Swaziland hams through their repeater. It was my publications that helped hams develop and pioneer this new technology, and it was this ham development which has become one of the largest industries in the world.
Oh, in order to help the technology grow faster I organized a special hearing before the FCC Commissioners to get the repeater rules simplified. I brought in repeater club experts from around the country to testify. The result was one of the biggest changes in amateur radio regulations in history…and the unfettering of repeaters.
I also organized conferences around the country to get the repeater clubs to standardize their frequencies so our equipment could work anywhere in the country with any repeaters.
When the first microcomputer kit was announced in January 1975 I quickly got one and put it together. Wham, I saw the future! I wanted to learn more about how computers worked so I bought every book I could find on the subject. But they were college text books and very difficult to understand. I said to myself, hey, I did it with cell telephones, I’ll bet I can do it again with computers. What’s needed is a magazine to help the pioneers develop the technology. It’ll also help newcomers come up to speed. And, most important of all, it’ll make it so entrepreneurs will start making computer products and have a way to reach potential customers.
But I didn’t know squat about computers. I had been thoroughly grounded in radio technology, so I had no problem being the editor of 73 and the Repeater Journal. I needed an editor.
I started calling the editors of repeater club newsletters to see if they’d come help. I finally found a chap in Boston who was game. By May of 1975 I’d chosen the name Byte and gotten letters out to the repeater clubs and any of my ham radio authors who’d contributed computer oriented articles to 73. Then I called every manufacturer of anything related to computers asking them to send me the names and addresses of anyone who’d asked for information. Soon shoe boxes of addresses were arriving. I sent out subscription letters and was delighted to get around a 20% response. One or two percent is considered good for magazine subscription letters.
The first issue went on the presses in July, about five weeks after we started working on it. It was ready for mailing as the September issue in August. I took copies out to show potential advertisers in Salt Lake City, Albuquerque and San Antonio. We were in business…the first computer magazine. The launch, done mostly by my 73 magazine staff, was distributed nationally on newsstands and the whole startup cost only about $100,000. It would cost at least $1 million today to do the same thing.
Then I launched Microcomputing for the hardware hobbyists, 80-Micro for the Radio Shack TRS-80 users, InCider for Apple users, Hot Coco for the Radio Shack Color Computer users, RUN for Commodore users, and Desktop Computing, the first computer magazine with every article in plain English to make it accessible to the average business person.
What a feeling it was when I saw five of my titles on a newsstand at the Singapore airport! Wow!
The one thing that was missing was software for what were now being called personal computers, so I started Instant Software. I bought the Peterborough Motel and converted the rooms into offices and the restaurant into a lab with 30 computers. I hired software hobbyists and got my magazine readers to submit their programs for possible distribution. My programmers turned them into commercial products and we distributed them through computer stores in the US and Europe. We had some prize-winning programs.
I was by far the biggest publisher in the computer field so, as this built a new industry, the megapublishers got interested. I’d done my work, so I was ready to move on to something new. I sold everything to the International Data Group and got busy starting fresh with a compact disc magazine, CD Review. Well, I felt that the CD was the medium of the future. The then music and audiophile magazines would have little to do with CDs. They knew we’d always have LPs and that CDs would be a flash in the pan. Within a year my magazine was the largest-circulated music magazine in the country.
It was, of course, the personal computer which made the Internet possible…and look where that is today!
It was my magazines and computer books that got the personal computer industry going. Look at how this technology has changed the whole world! It’s one of the largest industries in the world.
Is that worth a Nobel Prize nomination?
Why do I want it? To make it easier for me to continue with a wellness revolution. Then an educational revolution, followed by an energy revolution. Think of how eliminating all diseases can change the world! And that’s what we can do.
Think of how an education far better than anything available today at any price could be made available for about a tenth of today’s cost. What a change that would make for the world. And the same goes for energy. Cold fusion is real. It can provide unlimited energy at less than a tenth the cost of oil or coal, and it has no polluting byproducts. I’ve published a Cold Fusion Journal, so I know what I’m talking about.
So, what can you do to help?
Woe to those who manage to get on the Easton Press/Danbury Mint mailing list. I get two or three promotions a day in the mail. The latest is “The epic story of America’s journey to the moon.” It’s got “Hundreds of archival photographs and illustrations.” And this 272-page book is available for a paltry three payments of $39. Gee, for only $117 you can get this wonderful, leather-bound Collector Edition memory of one of the greatest American government hoaxes of
the 20th century. Where’s my check book?
To my knowledge, which is considerable, no living person or animal has ever even come close to the Van Allen radiation belt and survived.
This is the best solution to our problems in Iraq I’ve seen yet. It could even stop all the bombing in Israel. The solution came via email from my old friend Art Housholder, a legend in the ham radio repeater revolution which gave the world cell telephones.
It seems that General Black Jack Pershing, who was made general of our armies in 1919, got fed up with Muslin extremists terrorist attacks on US forces in the Philippines just before WWI. So he captured 50 terrorists and had them tied to posts. He had his men bring in a couple pigs and slaughter them in front of the terrorists. Touching pigs or their byproducts means they’d be barred from paradise, including those seven virgins, and doomed forever to hell. The soldiers soaked their bullets in the pig’s blood and executed 49 of the terrorists. They then dug a hole, threw the terrorist’s bodies in and covered them with pigs blood and entrails. They let the 50th go and for the next 42 years there wasn’t a single Muslim extremist attack anywhere in the world.
So let’s start collecting pigs blood and guts and send them to Iraq. We could even have our ammunition made with a couple drops of pigs blood in the hollow points. And whenever a martyr blows himself up we should carefully collect all the body parts we can and publicly bury them in pig’s blood and guts. No virgins for these suckers.
Isn’t it better to outsmart the terrorists than trying to outfight them?
As word leaks out about the potential to make big bucks building underground bunkers for families who are worried about surviving the threatening eruption of Yellowstone, which could seriously affect not just North America, but the whole world, we could see a new industry. The bunkers would want to be both waterproof and earthquake proof, like the one David Booth has built for his family. He used five of the ten by twenty-foot steel shipping containers welded together, with doorways between them. They provide a kitchen, bathroom, bedrooms, and so on. To help make them pay for themselves he’s growing a mushroom cash crop in the bedrooms.
Booth’s container-apartment is buried several feet below the ground as protection against the super-high winds which remote viewer Major Ed Dames says are surely coming…winds which will flatten every tree and blow any wooden buildings away.
Underground construction is relatively inexpensive. I’ll bet a contractor could turn out nice livable secure homes for around $30,000. They’ll have to have heating and cooling, which is simple where the environment runs around 58° all year around. They’ll need a well and a septic tank, plus an acre or so for a post-disaster garden. The air intake will have to be filtered to keep out volcanic ash. It should run underground for several hundred feet to make sure the fresh air comes in at the underground year-around temperature. This all came to mind when a friend sent me a clipping offering “The Ultimate Secure Home” for $495,000 in the mountains of SW Colorado. That’s a little too close to Yellowstone for my money, I’d prefer something in the eastern Appalachian Mountains…like in New Hampshire, and not too close to the coast, which could be pummeled by tsunamis.
A $100,000 underground home on a 20-year mortgage would probably cost less per month than renting an apartment. At worst it would make a nice vacation home for anyone wanting safety and privacy. Great for a writer. There are thousands of families who wouldn’t blink at paying $250,000 for such security. After seeing The Day After Tomorrow a lot of New Yorkers will be thinking in terms of security that’s within driving distance. Plus, New Hampshire is one of the best vacation states in the East. You can find out about what’s going on by reading NHToDo magazine and join the thousands who come here year around on vacation.
My grandparents did that in 1920, with my grandfather commuting every weekend from Brooklyn NY. His daughter, Cleo, soon married a Littleton guy and I was born a year later in the Littleton NH hospital in 1922. We’ve still got three months or so before people who’ve had visions of a coming catastrophe say it’s going to happen, so contractors will have to get busy. If it’s as bad as some are predicting, money will lose all value anyway, so the down payment may turn out to be the only payment ever needed.
Are you still drinking that poison? Of course you are—you can’t help yourself. It’s seriously addictive. And you’re drinking a lot of it. Dr. Batmanghelidj, in an interview with Art Bell, mentioned that the national cola consumption is now 64 gallons per person per year. No wonder I’m seeing Coke and Pepsi ads at every turn. And empty cans strewn everywhere along our highways.
One can of Coke gives you 12 teaspoons of sugar, an addictive, deadly slow poison; plus caffeine—a faster addictive poison, plus it’s mystery ingredients; plus whatever aluminum is dissolved from the can by this highly corrosive liquid. Scientists questioning Alzheimer’s patients say they don’t remember how much cola they drank.
The Batman’s book, Your Body’s Many Cries for Water (see page 17 of my Wisdom book) points out that when we get thirsty we turn to soda pop and colas, coffee, tea, and so on—all of which are a net loss waterwise. This dehydrates our cells, weakening our immune system, setting up the stage for cancer, high blood pressure, and so on.
I wonder who is drinking my 64 gallons of Coke? Thanks, whoever you are. Let me know so I can visit you in a nursing home where they have you tied to a chair so you won’t wander off and get lost. Coke is fine for cleaning toilets and car engines. Like other cleaners, it just should never be swallowed.
There seems to be a good deal of agreement that if there is another BIG war that it’s most likely going to be between the U.S. and China. What’re the odds? 10%? 20%? 50%?
It seems like we’ve been here before, back when the odds were being placed against us and the USSR nuking mankind off the planet. Between the weakness of their communist system and our forcing them to spend trillions of rubles on armaments and missiles, their system eventually collapsed. And has never recovered.
Obviously the Chinese communist leaders have learned something from the Russian disaster. We aren’t seeing USSR-made products coming over here by the boatload. Oh, we had hopes that capitalism would flower once the communist shackles were off. What wasn’t predicted was that the gangsters would take over so completely. They traded one set of gangsters for another. Or was it the same group, but without their uniforms?
What I’d like to see are even the slightest signs that our American foreign policy toward China would aim to further weaken their weak spot (the whole communist system) and strengthen their move into capitalism. Our enemy is their communist government, which reaches into every aspect of Chinese life. Yet, with billions pouring in from American consumers, more and more Chinese are getting wealthy.
The key to making money, even in China, lies in education. So what might we be able to do which could help to educate more Chinese? How can people be reached who live in a town with one radio—which plays communist propaganda through dozens of loud speakers—and no telephones? That’s going to take a while—but we can reach the Chinese who are working in factories making products for American companies. That’s a start.
When I first visited Yugoslavia, back during the cold war, a local ham I met was all excited. He was about to buy an old car. It was costing him nearly a year’s wages. Now let’s suppose that we start building some of the cheapest, most affordable, cars possible. Like go-karts. And, of course, have them made in China. We could also encourage their sale in China. Every Chinese would want one. When I first visited Taiwan most of the people were on bicycles. A few years later it was mopeds and scooters by the zillions packing the streets. Now they have cars. It was the French Deux Cheveux (two horsepower) Citroen which got the French off their bicycles. The VW got the Germans off theirs. Cars change everything.
With the temperatures on the Moon varying between –280° in the shade and +280° in the sun, those few people with the ability to wonder are wondering how the Ectachrome film and Hasselblad cameras managed to bring back such clear pictures. According to Kodak scientists, at –280° the film would crack and break when the camera tried to advance it a frame. And, at +280° the film emulsion would melt. Curious.
Further, the Hasselblad was fastened to the astronaut’s chest, with no viewfinder, and no controls for focusing or aperature. With their balloon-like inflated gloves they had no way to operate the usual camera controls, or to even advance the film after each exposure.
Then there’s the x-ray radiation from the sun, unprotected by Earth’s Van Allen Belt, which should have totally fogged the film and killed the astronauts.
Not to mention the navigation precision required to enter the Moon’s orbit at the exact correct angle…a feat our shuttles have been unable to duplicate on their trips to the space stations in near-Earth orbit.
Enough to almost make you stop and think?
Why am I so persistent about the need for an educational revolution? Because our present public school system is failing our kids so badly, yet it’s so thoroughly politically entrenched that it’s way beyond fixing.
Failing? 63% of black fourth graders are illiterate. 37% of all fourth-graders scored as illiterate, 58% of them were Hispanics. Only 40% of whites. 46% of Asian-Americans, 12% of African-Americans, and 16% of Hispanics were found to be “proficient” in reading.
If ya ain’t able ta read you ain’t likely ta amount ta nothin.
So, I’m plugging for a badly needed revolution. That’s me, your leader, out there. All alone. The pioneer with all those arrows in his back. But then, Dubya has proven it’s possible to get to be president and yet seem unable to produce coherent sentences unless they’re speech-written for him.
Like? “I know how hard it is to put food on your family.” “Will the highways on the Internet become more few?” “A tax cut is one of the anecdotes to coming out of an economic illness.” “I am mindful not only of preserving executive powers for myself, but for my predecessors as well.”
Socialism failed in Sweden, USSR, North Korea, and China, but here in America it’s a whopping success. Witness the millions of Mexicans swimming the Rio Grande to get in on our free schools, free medical service, free welfare, and so on. Thousands a day are coming to the promised land for the bonanza we’re offering them. Hey, they don’t even have to work or bother to learn the language. How long before we grant another amnesty for the illegals? And, hey, what’s the big deal about a few hundred Muslim terrorists sneaking over the border with the Mexicans? I see in the news that thousands of Califormia taxpayers have gotten fed up with paying toward the comfy illegal immigrant lifestyle and are leaving the state for lower tax places to live. How soon will they switch over to Spanish as the state language?
As more and more suspicions emerge about a WTC cover-up, turning more and more mushroom people into conspiracy buffs…plus the immediately following, but now highly suspect, anthrax scare…we’re all relaxing from our worry about the media-hyped terrorist smallpox threat.
The mushroom beds have been slightly disturbed by leaks about cover-ups of the Oklahoma City bombing (see my video #53), Flight 800 being shot down by a missile (read Into The Buzzsaw), Roosevelt actually planning the Pearl Harbor attack (read Day of Deceit), and the Waco massacre. Then there’s the rising stink over the quickly enacted Patriot Act Bills, which take away just about all the civil liberties we have left. Bush made a big deal out of getting bin Laden, who has not been got…further rippling the mushroom beds. And there are those missing weapons of mass destruction. Zzzzz?
So, here we are a couple years after WTC (and the increasing questions about it) and the other shoe hasn’t dropped.
Not to trivialize our troops getting picked off by soreheads with towels on them, but we have far more murders in several American cities every day than in all of Iraq.
Our estimated cost of placating Iraq next year comes to about $500 per US taxpayer. But heck, that comes out of our paycheck before we ever see the money, so what the heck, right? That’s only about $10 a week, so what’s the big deal. Now, where’s that damned remote?
The wise can help the wise to survive. The others will, as Noah’s neighbors did, laugh. Few people will take such a preposterous story seriously. We seem to have a few months for the wise to reach out to others wise enough to listen and form survival groups. Booth has buried several 10x20-foot cargo containers next to his house as a haven for his family. Scallion, too, has prepared an underground bunker. Ed Dames is in a cave on Maui.
With the government buying all the available 10x20 containers and shipping them to Iraq, the more expensive and difficult to handle 10x40-foot containers are left. I should think that 10-foot concrete or corrugated steel sewer pipes would work. We should be prepared for earthquakes, tons of ash, and the Sun blotted out for perhaps a few years.
We’ll need hand tools, water, food, a chemical toilet until it’s safe to build outhouses. I was raised on a farm with no running water or electricity, so all this won’t be new to me. Oh, stock up on seeds, candles, and anything which might be good for trading when money doesn’t work.
With the US military and its materiel spread out around the world, government elite in underground bunkers, and with major industries internationalized, it may not take long for the survivors to get things going again.
I really should include James Lovelock’s Gaia in my Wisdom guide. If you’re not familiar with his theory, it has to do with the Earth as being considered as a living thing. Indeed, as Lovelock showed, our Earth seems to have a consciousness and able to heal itself when wounded. Thus, it manages to keep things in a remarkably stable balance.
Many years ago I read a wonderful book, long ago stolen from my library by an employee. It was titled, A Religion for Scientists. The concept was most interesting. It pointed out that each of us is made up of billions of cells, each demonstrating an awareness of its neighbors. Somehow this collection of cooperating cells has developed an awareness. The Gaia principle suggests that the Earth has somehow developed some sort of awareness—an awareness that we individuals are no more aware of than each of our cells is aware of our awareness.
I hope I haven’t lost you—I’m going somewhere with this.
More pieces of the great puzzle.
But, as more and more pieces of the great puzzle are fitting together, it seems that Gaia can be considered the collective consciousness (awareness) of all living things. Further, just as recent research has shown that our individual cells are a lot more aware of our thoughts and actions than we ever suspected, and their collective consiousness is able to communicate with any living thing in some way (and maybe, hold your hat, with non-living things too).
When I experienced the feeling of being at one with everyone and everything, for me that included rocks. Psychically sensitive people can sense feelings that have somehow been imprinted on places where something has happened.
Then we have dowsing, where experienced dowsers can search (and find) anything they set their mind to. Water, minerals, lost objects, bodies, animals, and people.
We have the mysteries of water. I’ve watched an experiment where a magnet drastically changed the surface tension of a large jar of water. And then I saw it being again affected by a psychic a thousand miles away.
Neal Slade has explained how anyone can influence the shape of clouds. Art Bell’s audience clearly demonstrated that their collective will could make it not just rain, but virtually flood both Texas and Florida.
Pieces of the puzzle.
The Story None Dare Tell
If word of what’s really going on ever got leaked by the media, it would trigger a world panic. It would immediately destroy the economy of every country in the world. Every business would close down. Money would become worthless. Highways would become impassable. Food stores would quickly be stripped by mobs.
Power would shut down, taking water supplies with it. All communications would end. No radio, TV, telephones, mail, Fed-X, UPS, and so on.
Would this mess cause fewer deaths than keeping what’s coming a secret and letting it just suddenly happen? At least the billions of resulting deaths would be quick and fairly merciful.
I’m sure this is what the Vatican and governments in the know have had to weigh. What would happen if six billion people all stopped work at once…permanently? And all tried to head from the cities to the presumed safer hills, away from the oceans?
There is no good scenario. The best approach is to let those wise enough to see what’s coming take precautions to survive and do everything possible to suppress any scary leaks.
It’s the end of the world as we know it…and possibly an end for hundreds to thousands of years.
So, what do the wise see that’s being covered up by the world governments, with the help of the media? It’s a cataclysm of unimaginable proportions. And what’s going to cause this disaster? It’s the passing of what’s being called Planet-X, which swings through the solar system about every 3,600 years.
The wise have read James McCanney’s Planet-X, Comets and Earth Changes. And Mark Hazelwood’s Blindsided. They’ve read about a planet called Nibaru, Marduk, or Wormwood, as reported by ancient civilizations to have caused massive destruction in its passing.
They’ve read the geologist reports that Yellowstone is heating up and predicted to explode, which it has been doing about every 600,000 years. The last blast was 650,000 years ago, so it’s a little late. The experts say that when it does let loose it’s be about 2,500 times the Mt. Saint Helens explosion and is expected to kill all life within 600 miles. Well, there goes the western US.
They’re watching the reports of increased Sun activity, more comets and asteroids, earthquakes and volcanoes erupting…all as predicted by McCanney’s book.
It hasn’t escaped them that nine major volcanoes erupted in 2001; thirteen in 2002, thirty-seven in 2003 and twelve already in 2004. They’ve read that the snow on Mt. Fuji in Japan is melting for the first time in history. They’ve read about the areas around Vesuvius being evacuated and that Popocatapetl, near Mexico City is threatening to erupt.
They understand that this means the magma under the tectonic plates is heating up and thus making it easier for there to be a sudden pole shift. They know there’s been many in the past, with each causing mass extinctions. The magma heating up has triggered thousands of undersea volcanoes to erupt, heating the oceans and changing the ocean currents. Fortunately, virtually all of the world’s people have been kept busy with work and entertainment, so they haven’t noticed what’s been happening.
Governments and the media have been silent.
Oh, there have a been a few voices in the wilderness, but they’ve been quickly shushed. Some by death. Nostradamus predicted a pole shift shortly after the millennium which would kill 97% of humanity. That seems like a reasonable estimate. Chet Snow, in his Mass Dreams of the Future, made a similar prediction, based on his group’s progressing about 2,500 people hypnotically to their next lives. Then we have David Booth’s and Gordon Michael Scallion’s almost identical visions in March 2003 of a coming Yellowstone explosion, with Scallion being given a date of September, 2004 for the event. We have similar visions by Sean David Morton, Edgar Cayce, and Ed Dames.
Visions-smisions? Then you haven’t read Dean Radin’s The Conscious Universe, which shows that scientists have proven that precognition is a reality.
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