Originally posted on Mission Galactic Freedom:

lindsey predict crash

ACCORDING TO PASTOR  LINDSEY WILLIAMS, FRIEND OF THE ILLUMINATI…
THE CRASH WILL TAKE PLACE SEPTEMBER OR OCTOBER 2015. 

banks fund war

If you go to this website.. you can hear about 30-40 min of Lindsey’s tape..
and then you can call 785-266-1112 ( Prophecy Club) and order his video to hear the rest..

From notes taken:  A PROPHECY WAS GIVEN 6,000 YRS AGO IN 1850 which stated that
there will be ANARCHY THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.. IN 2015 !!
I forgot WHO said it.. but it was 6000 years ago..Did NOT say HOW he got that
6000 year old message.

FROM LINDSEY: The illuminati intend to implement the NEW WORLD ORDER
in full, in it’s entirety completely in 2015 !!

BANKS that are too big to fail WERE 4 banks and NOW are 5 banks.

The BANKS have over      $40 Trillion dollars in DERIVATIVE DEBT
The U.S. Corp. have over  $17 Trillion dollars in…

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By Wes Annac & Loral Emery-Lamere, The Culture of Awareness

A new form of activism is emerging, and it isn’t coming from the younger generations who are fed up with the system. This new activism is coming from people you might not expect: concerned parents who’ve either lost their children to drug addiction or know someone who has.

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that synthetic drugs like meth, cocaine and heroin are bad for you, but I don’t think people realize how much of a rampant epidemic drug addiction has become.

Most people are comfortable being complacent, and it’s easy to ignore social issues like drug addiction when we aren’t directly confronted by them. Unfortunately, more and more people (and families) are being confronted, and many of them have been inspired to take action.

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By Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

It’s always emphasized in the conscious community that we have to find our own way, and we can’t rely solely on what other people say if we want to spiritually grow.

There are a lot of gurus available to help show the way, and while there’s nothing wrong with relying on them to a healthy extent, we also have to be willing to interpret spirit in our own way.

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oh grt shiva

The forbidden research for the The God Particle, Shiva & Cern.. The Lord God Shiva represents destruction before renewal. Wake up people!I can Say the West is treading a WRONG PATH leading its own destruction, i say again Lots of Earthquake which are occuring now are due to CERN….

People from the western elites have a habit of Copying things, Occultist Cabals knew if a Powerful symbol used AntiClockwise generates Negativity… Many well know symbols like the one Used by the Nazis ( Swastika)  was from the Hindu domain…meet with the same fate….

I guess we  should file multiple lawsuits  against this Corporate Cabal for using  Power Symbols…. The trishula commonly used as a Hindu-Buddhist religious symbol is wielded by the Hindu God Shiva They are commonly said to represent various trinities—creation, maintenance and destruction, past, present and future, the three guna. The same Symbol has been used as Logo’s…

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mass awakening

WoW i loved the Lyrics for this SONG used… RAP-Awakening words though…United we Stand… The Last one was the best one in the VDO.. werein some police officers try to subjugate  one of the protester (Guys) for Carrying any illegal Stuff.. They question the Liquid he was Carrying.. Well it turn’s out to be WATER!!… The Protester meanwhile Questions the POLICE instead .. on How many Weapons do they have?? Rather Who is More Dangerous!! You guys have 1000$ worth of weapons  and it belongs to the people who owns you money( TAX MONEY ) .. And this is to protect us against you Guys who are here to Prey on us… SO FUCK-OFF…….Reminds me of Willian Faulkner Quote  “Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.” …

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Jesus Message for Sunday May 3rd
We in the spiritual realms are very much aware of your restlessness as you wait hopefully, intending to be patient, for humanity’s awakening. We are also very aware of your doubts about the divine plan as the media continue to report seemingly endlessly about further groups of people all across the world undergoing intense suffering, while nothing appears to be happening to relieve the suffering that so many are already undergoing, and have been undergoing for such a long time.

What is occurring across the world is truly the climax that is leading to the release of humanity’s ancient karmic inheritance, a release that is an essential aspect of your awakening process. That karmic inheritance is seen unfolding whenever thoughts, words, or actions that are not in alignment with God’s Will, with Love, direct people’s lives.

As you have often been told recently, and…

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Barbados Signs Offshore Exploration Licences

stuart_bhpBRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Barbados on Wednesday took a step towards securing its energy future by signing two offshore exploration licences with the international oil company BHP Billiton.

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and vice president of exploration for BHP Billiton, Dr Niall McCormack, signed the documents during a brief ceremony at Government Headquarters.

The two blocks – Carlisle Bay and Bimshire – are approximately 40 kilometres southeast of the island, and total about 5,000 square kilometres.

They are located in waters ranging from approximately 1,200 to 2,000 metres in depth. And, Stuart said that every Barbadian was a stakeholder in the offshore petroleum programme.

He promised that government would ensure the benefits derived from offshore exploration and production activities were spread evenly across the economic and social spectra for present and future generations.

“Signing these two exploration licences will send a clear message to the industry that Barbados is open for business and is serious about the development of its offshore petroleum sector.

“In addition, Barbadian nationals stand to reap early benefits on execution of the licences through the negotiated provisions for annual training, scholarships, local content, coastal and marine environment research and the acquisition of critical equipment and software,” he said.

Stuart stressed that government had taken great care in formulating a robust regulatory regime and legislative framework that would ensure all offshore exploration and production activities were undertaken in accordance with the highest industry standards.

The prime minister stated: “The government will expect no less than the highest commitment to the preservation and protection of our coastal and marine environment, as well as the communities in which BHP will operate.”

He disclosed that the division of energy was working closely with local stakeholders to formulate a comprehensive long-term petroleum development strategy that would inform this island’s future offshore petroleum policies.

Barbados had launched its first offshore licensing round in 2007 and the offshore territory was subdivided into 26 blocks, with 24 being made available for bidding. On conclusion of the process, BHP Billiton, headquartered in Australia, had emerged as the only successful bidder and was awarded the two blocks in 2008.

Stuart said that since then, government and BHP Billiton had engaged in intense, yet fruitful negotiations to finalise the exploration.

He stated: “Today, Barbados’ offshore petroleum acreage remains largely underexplored with both local and international geological experts agreeing that all the necessary elements for a productive petroleum system are present in the offshore.”

He noted that Woodbourne Oil Field was showing signs of steady decline, producing about 700 barrels of crude oil and 1.9 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.

He added that during the period 2003 to 2013, Barbados’ average annual fuel import bill stood at BDS$542.306 million, and in 2012, it reached a staggering peak of BDS$807.813 million, which equated to 9.6% of GDP.

“Expending such significant amounts of capital on the importation of fossil fuels has impacted government’s ability to allocate the desired level of financial resources across other areas of critical national importance such as education, health and social development.

“It is in this context that the signing of the offshore exploration licences for the Carlisle Bay and Bimshire blocks becomes increasingly important to Barbados’ energy future and the development of its people, goods and services,” he stressed.

The island’s history of onshore oil and gas production dates back to the 1800s and BHP Billiton is optimistic about its chances of discovering hydrocarbons within the Carlisle Bay and Bimshire blocks.

McCormack explained that the exploration process would proceed in phases, with each building on the other and dependent on the previous phase.

“We will begin to augment our understanding of this complex geology through a new 2D seismic survey programme of over 3,200 line kilometres. This survey will be conducted during the initial 3-year phase of the licence.

“If the results of this initial survey are promising, BHP Billiton may then elect to proceed into the next exploration phase to acquire and process approximately 1,500 square kilometres of 3D seismic covering both blocks. Given further encouragement, the next step will be the drilling of at least one exploration well in each block,” he said.

He pointed out that this incremental process was highly effective, and one that the industry had used successfully in oil and gas exploration and development around the world.

McCormack stressed that the benefits to communities where BHP Billiton worked went beyond revenue.

“We are proud as a company that where BHP Billiton is successfully producing oil and gas, we work to ensure these benefits are shared between our shareholders, our partner nations and their people,” he said.

He pointed out that BHP Billiton was considered one of the safest oil and gas companies in the industry, with a focus on environmental responsibility and the communities in which they work.

“The breadth of our resources portfolio, our historical operational performance and our long-term approach to resource development distinguish us from most other companies in this industry. And, we feel this strategic partnership with BHP Billiton provides the Government of Barbados with a distinct advantage,” he added.

The BHP Billiton energy portfolio includes oil, gas, coal and uranium, while the metal portfolio includes those used in energy infrastructure and renewables.

By Sharon Austin 

Photo: Prime Minister Freundel Stuart and Vice President of Exploration for BHP Billiton, Dr Niall McCormack signing the two offshore exploration licences on Wednesday morning. (A. Miller/BGIS)

Youth, Unemployment And Selling Citizenship

Sir Ronald Sanders is a Consultant and Senior Research Fellow at London University. Reponses to: www.sirronaldsanders.com

The economies of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries are not doing well. Belize, Guyana and Suriname are the only three countries whose economies are showing any appreciable growth. The major effect of little or no growth has been increasing unemployment and underemployment of young people who constitute three of every five persons across the region.

The problem of youth unemployment and underemployment was emphasisedat a Commonwealth Caribbean Ministerial Youth Conference in Antigua from 28 to 30 April. Without the prospect of jobs, young people are becoming increasingly dissatisfied and disenchanted. Their discontent manifests itself, in some instances, in gangs, crime and violence. In other cases, where young people have graduated from higher education and cannot find jobs, they have either migrated depriving their countries of qualified persons, or they accept any job they can get, but brood over their circumstances. In any event, the situation of youth unemployment and underemployment is a boiling cauldron in the Caribbean.

The solution to the problem rests in the creation of jobs that are sustainable. Such job creation requires investment and particularly foreign investment – new businesses have to be formed and economies have to be diversified from traditional areas of production that have depended on preferential markets and subsidies. The region could be a much more attractive area for investment in goods and services if it were a truly single market with a customs union. Foreign investors would be more greatly attracted to a larger regional market than to the individual small markets of most CARICOM countries. It would be one effective way of creating a larger economic space for the employment of young people.

The pace of perfecting a single market and a customs union has been painfully slow, dragged out since it was first proposed in 1989. In the elapsed time, a generation was born and grew-up. For the most part, that generation constitutes the largest number of the unemployed and underemployed in CARICOM countries.

In the meantime, governments have been inventive about ways in which investment could be attracted to national economies, but, by and large, the environment for doing business in the region is uncompetitive. Jamaica is the only country in recent years that is recognised in the international community as striving to streamline and improve its procedures. Bureaucratic red tape, customs bottlenecks, lengthy processes for issuing permits and high costs for transportation and communication all contribute to a disabling environment.

Smaller countries without the natural resources of Belize, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago have had to become even more creative in their efforts to earn revenues and investment. One such scheme is the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) that was started by St Kitts-Nevis. It is a scheme that Dominica also introduced some years ago and is now operational by Antigua and Barbuda as well.

In these three countries, governments would admit that the CIP is not a mechanism of choice. But their policy options are limited. Preferential markets in Europe for bananas and sugar have disappeared despite promises by the European Union and misplaced faith in the Economic Partnership Agreement. Tourism has been badly affected by the effects of the global financial crisis. Additionally, the governments of developed countries, whose imposed rules erode the financial services sector of these small states, make the least contribution to their economic improvement.

Antigua and Barbuda and St Kitts-Nevis have turned to selling citizenship because it is one of the few assets they have left from which they can earn significant incomes. Unfortunately, instead of being sympathetic to these small states and providing guidance to allow their CIPs to flourish with legitimacy, governments of developed countries have taken a hard line against them.

In the case of Antigua and Barbuda, it took that government’s initiative for certain foreign governments to engage in the country’s CIP process.

Unfortunately, Antigua and Barbuda’s sensible approach appears not to have happened in St Kitts-Nevis according to Prime Minister Timothy Harris who won the government at general elections in February. Even as the region’s Youth Ministers were meeting in Antigua, focussed on issues including unemployment, Prime Minister Harris, told the people of his country at a 2-hour media conference, that damage had been done to the reputation of its CIP “due to its less than appropriate management by the former administration”. He was, nonetheless, determined to continue with it as an essential tool for foreign investment. He revealed that his government would implement 20 recommendations from the US firm, IPSA International, to bolster aspects of its security. He laid great emphasis on it as a spur for investment and employment.

The same firm has also conducted a review of the newer Antigua and Barbuda CIP which required minor fine tuning but no major overhaul. The Antigua and Barbuda government is also implementing the recommendations of the IPSA, including investing in modern computerisation techniques that would enhance the management of the programme and the high level of investigation required for its integrity.

The point of all this is to create incomes for small countries that require investment to develop their physical infrastructure, improve the knowledge base and managerial know-how of their people, and create new industries that would allow them to provide jobs for their people and participate competitively in the international community.

Both the present governments of Antigua and Barbuda and St Kitts-Nevis have committed themselves fully to ensuring that the interests of countries such as the Britain, Canada and the United States are not compromised by the CIPs. Given such a commitment, the urgent need to address youth unemployment, and as long term partners with many links to these three more powerful countries, Caribbean small states deserve co-operation.

By Sir Ronald Sanders

The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Sir Ronald Sanders. Sir Ronald Sanders is a Consultant and former Caribbean diplomat. Copyright to this article is held by Sir Ronald Sanders and may not be reproduced, republished, shared, hosted, transmitted, or distributed without prior written permission unless indicated otherwise.

Anti-Ageing Expert Believes He Can Live To 150 Or Older

alex_zha (1)Just weeks after Austrian researchers declared that old age has now been pushed back until 74 because of advances in health and medicine, an anti-ageing expert has expressed the conviction that he will live to be 150 or older.

The director of the UK-based Biogerontology Research Foundation think-tank, Dr Alex Zhavoronkov, believes that medical advancements and the widespread use of antibiotics mean that life expectancy is now much greater than is generally thought.

Dr Zhavoronkov, who is also a professor at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, heads the laboratory of regenerative medicine at the Federal Clinical Research Centre for Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology in Moscow.

He is also the co-founder and CEO of Insilico Medicine, a biotech company dedicated to drug discovery for cancer and aging located at Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

In order to maximise his chance of living to a ripe old age and concentrate on anti-ageing research, Dr Zhavoronkov takes 100 different drugs and supplements each day, exercises regularly, goes for frequent check-ups and monitors his own blood biochemistry and cell counts. He also vaccinates as soon as vaccines become available and claims to have “suppressed cravings” for marriage, children and material assets.

The 37-year-old scientist believes the biggest ageing culprits are not biological, but economic, social and behavioural and that much of the battle still lies in people’s heads.

“The toughest level of ageing to address is psychological aging,” he indicated.

“People are evolved to accept their certain decline and demise and human behaviour and attitude to life changes throughout life and events like childbirth or retirement trigger many processes that are very difficult to reverse.

“People form their longevity expectations primarily using their family history and country averages and are not prepared to change their expectations quickly,” he added.

Zhavoronkov nevertheless thinks that even people past their 70s, who are in good health, have a “fighting chance” to live past 150.

“All of the supercentenarians alive today lived through tough times, when no antibiotics were available and our understanding of human biology was not that far from the Stone Age,” he pointed out.

“Longevity of these people is attributed mostly to luck and stress resistance attributed to multiple factors including genetics.

“But people alive today will soon see the fruits of biomedical research come to market and gradually reduce mortality from many diseases and extend healthy longevity.

“I think that in two-three years we will have effective pharmacological solutions based on already approved drugs that will help people remain younger and healthier until other advances in regenerative medicine and gene therapy become available to further extend their longevity,” he maintained.

Zhavoronkov is convinced that rapid advances in medicines and technology will make it possible to extend human lives well beyond the evolutionary necessity of surviving long enough to reproduce.

“Even if you look at the previous century, life expectancies in developed countries doubled even without major technological interventions,” he said.

“So unless our civilization suffers a major blow from one of the catastrophic events like a global economic crisis, rise of militant religions or bioterrorism, many people alive today will be living extraordinarily long lives and take an active role in further human evolution.”

Arrindell: “AVA Is Here To Revolutionize Aviation In Curaçao And Will Not Lose Focus”

Atalita_Arrindell_DerbyWILLEMSTAD — With astonishment AVA Airways Curaçao took notice of an announcement made by the Interim Minister of Traffic, Transportation and Urban Planning, Dr. Jose Jardim. The Minister said during a televised interview that the AVA’s economic permit was rejected, because the airline did not have all the necessary documents for this permit.

On December 30, 2013, AVA Airways officially requested its economic permit according to the laws of the country. On May 22, 2014, AVA received a letter from the Director of the Curaçao Civil Aviation Authority (CCAA), Oscar Derby indicated that they have received the letter and that AVA’s request is being processed.

In August of that same year, CCAA and its Director, indicated that they have requested the assistance of the Government Accountants Bureau (SOAB) to do a research on the business plan presented by AVA in December 2013. Derby also informed the President of the Supervisory Board, Giovanni Atalita that it’s the best business plan he has ever seen.

On November 27, 2014, a delegation representing the airline met with the CCAA and also the SOAB. On this occasion, the Chairman of the airline, Olivier Arrindell gave a detailed explanation of the business plan. Mr. Derby then proceeded to send the minutes of the meeting indicated that all points in the business plan were closed.

All points were closed, except for one, which is not required by law. AVA had to indicate who the investors are. “It is important to explain that the law only has four requirements for an economic permit. These are: 1. The business plan has to be beneficial for Curaçao. 2. The majority of the shareholders must have the Dutch citizenship. 3. The majority of the Directors must have the Dutch citizenship and registered in Curaçao. 4. The company must demonstrate that it has a lease agreement for aircrafts that it will operate,” said the Chairman of the airline.

Despite the fact that the law does not talk about the company’s investors, on January 17, 2015, former Minister Earl Balborda received a letter in which the investors informed the government of their intentions to invest 100% in the AVA Curaçao project.

This is contrary to what AVA heard on television, when Minister Jardim announced that the airline’s permit was rejected because they did not meet that requirement.

“AVA will not lose its focus. AVA is a tremendous project, which will be very beneficial for Curaçao. AVA’s competition will not be InselAir, but other companies in the region such as Copa Airlines from Panama,” Arrindell stated.

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