Monday, January 10, 2011

EU Times Online: New Mass Deaths Reported in Canada and Thailand

1.9.11 - "Something strange is happening in the world. First they (the authorities) claimed it was the cold which was killing the birds and the fish but now it’s happening all around the world, in hot places too. So it’s not the cold which is killing these animals.

"It’s not pollution either, such as poisoned water or something in the air because it would have been detected by now and besides it’s happening everywhere in the world. It’s simply not possible that the entire world would suddenly turn poisonous. So what’s really happening here? No one really knows yet but everyone is speculating and creating theories of their own....More

--->Wi-Fi Hurts Trees, Early Study Finds. "An initial test by German researchers shows the proliferation of wireless Internet is causing discoloration, disgfiguration and disease in trees. The electromagnetic radiation emitted by Wi-Fi access points may have a negative effect on the growth of plants, according to the study at Wageningen University in the Netherlands...More

Note: Our increasingly bizarre technology is good for efficiency (whatever the aims) and profits for some, but is it biting back? Clearly foresight and wisdom are not the strengths of today's technocrats, and all of this must be considered and very carefully studied, especially by independent engineers and experts with all the requisite bona fides. Where are we going, and what will be the possible negative effects on persons and the planet? these must be among the very first questions asked in the development of any technology, whatever the accidental benefits.

Gabrielle Giffords shooting: Frightening, twisted shrine in Arizona killer Jared Lee Loughner's yard

NY Daily News: A sinister shrine reveals a chilling occult dimension in the mind of the deranged gunman accused of shooting a member of Congress and 19 others.

Hidden within a camouflage tent behind Jared Lee Loughner's home sits an alarming altar with a skull sitting atop a pot filled with shriveled oranges.

A row of ceremonial candles and a bag of potting soil lay nearby, photos reveal.

Experts on Sunday said the elements are featured in the ceremonies of a number of occult groups.

Investigators have focused on Loughner's online anti-government ramblings as the chief motivation for the shooting Saturday of U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.).

The discovery of the shrine raises the possibility that Loughner, 22, may have been driven by other forces. Students and faculty at Pima Community College, which he attended until his suspension last summer, said Loughner was clearly at odds with the world....Read it all

Note: As a friend said, "Let's wait and see if this apparent occult aspect of Loughner is picked up on widely by the media. My guess is no. This tragedy will be spun for political purposes only."

--->Crazed criminal shooter arguably mirrors American society today, "nihilistic, almost indecipherable beliefs steeped in mistrust and paranoia..." increasingly indifferent to the lives of the innocent, without moral compass, etc.

--->Archdiocese calls on Mexicans to abandon veneration of 'St. Death'...The priest noted that the belief in St. Death – represented by a skeleton holding a scythe - is contrary to Christianity. He added that its veneration has become a favorite ritual among those involved in organized crime...

--->New York Times: Blame the Libertarians...

--->Clinton -Bush - Obama legacy? "Economists foretell of U.S. decline, China's ascension..."

--->Shock: 41% of New York City Pregnancies End in Abortion. A new statistic released by the New York City health department is shocking pro-life advocates across the country today as it shows 41 percent of pregnancies end in abortion...Read it all

Mary Daly, follow next link for more on her also--->The Witches Next Door by Sandra Miesel.

"Ecstatic dancers whirl around a woodland bonfire. Spells are cast in suburban living rooms. A pentagram-wearing priestess wanders through an interfaith festival. Today, witches can be as near as next door -- and in the public square as well. Wicca is a conspicuous part of a burgeoning pagan revival in the Western world. Although hard numbers are impossible to find, there are about 200,000 pagans in the United States, 120,000 in Great Britain, and many fewer in other developed countries.

More and more, witches are coming out of the broom closet and gaining acceptance as just another religion in a multicultural mosaic. Pagan groups are incorporating as churches, led by divinity-schooled clergy legally empowered to perform marriages. The U.S. military allows pagan services on base, and pagans have their own antidefamation organizations to protect their civil rights...Read it all

Note: see also the related occult Gaia-earth-worship underpinnings here... [and the abortion connection as well]

--->"Lying Warmonger Judith Miller Blasts Assange For Not Verifying Info..."

--->Unreasonable Code Enforcers Harassing Oklahoma City Catholic Worker and Environment..."So OKC code enforcement can be quite proud of their own little contribution today to pushing this nation towards the ash heap of history," says Robert Waldrop...

--->Tensions rise in currency wars...

In the Life, PBS assault on family values
--->PBS in New England and elsewhere joins the 'Gay' ideological assault against family values...broadcasts 'In The Life' program, which aims to sway...

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