Mossdreams.blogspot.com: An article by Robert Moss:
There was great excitement when I announced on the second day of my depth workshop in the Carpathian mountains that that we would make a group journey to heal our relations with the dead, with departed family members and with ancestors further back. There was immense need for this. Many of those present were carrying the heavy energy of the dead, including their addictions.
We did preparatory work seeking protection for the journey, clarifying the intention, and developing personal portals. Most people present had dreamed of dead relatives, and such dreams are often the ideal gateways. Going to the graveyard would of course be a classic Romanian entry point; a typical dream shared in the group began “I was in the graveyard again.” I offered a generic scenario for the crossing by water, adding a mist that would clear to reveal a new landscape on the other side. The Black Dog came to guide me while I drummed for the group.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Monday, March 10, 2014
from reuters.com: Police have arrested a man in Texas suspected of killing his roommate, a former Mexicana airlines employee, whose severed head was found underneath the famed Hollywood sign overlooking Los Angeles in 2012, officials said on Monday. The suspect, 38-year-old Gabriel Campos-Martinez, was arrested on Sunday and is accused of murdering 66-year-old Hervey Coronado Medellin of Los Angeles and dumping parts of his dismembered body in Griffith Park near the Hollywood sign.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Examiner article reports recent warrants issued for both Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister David Cameron for crimes in an international pedophile ring. Ex-Royal Military policeman Matt Taylor observes in article: “We have enough evidence to prosecute and hold both the Prime Minister and Queen of England.” Kevin Annett has worked for years, seeking justice for child abuse crimes committed by the State and seems finally to be paying off. In past year, Annett working through ITCCS.org and a Brussels, Belgium common law court, has found more success than anything attempted previously. “In Feb. 2013 Catholic Pope Joseph Ratzinger resigned within days of being issued his arrest warrant,” reports article. Also, A UK Mirror article provides timely announcement of Prince Charles assuming more duties from the Queen. Present writer suspects, these orchestrated announcements are to provide reasonable cause for removing Queen from public life. Illuminati are as hard on their own as they are everyone else, it will be interesting to see what's in store for the Queen, which appears coming sooner rather than later!
Saturday, March 8, 2014
from en.ria.ru: In an unexpected incident worthy of the Spanish inquisition, a couple in eastern Siberia decided their acquaintance was a witch and attempted to burn her alive, though police stopped the impromptu auto-da-fe. The rescue came not a moment too soon, as the couple were at that moment forcing the alleged witch headfirst into a burning stove in an abandoned building, Zabaikalsky Region police said Thursday. The 46-year-old victim was hospitalized with severe burns to her face and hands, police said in a statement. The culprit was a 41-year-old local woman who was aided by a male acquaintance, the report said, without releasing their names. The duo, who both had criminal records, reportedly came to the conclusion that the other woman was a witch while discussing her during a drinking session. They then headed to her house and kidnapped her in order to exorcize the devil from her through fire. However, a visitor to the victim’s house found traces of a struggle and alerted the police. An investigation has been launched into the incident. Meanwhile, the female accuser has been admitted to a psychiatric ward. It remained unclear what had prompted the witchcraft allegations.
Friday, March 7, 2014
from catholicworldreport.com: The anti-war song “War Pigs” by the heavy metal band Black Sabbath plays over the closing credits to 300: Rise of an Empire. It is also featured in a trailer for the movie. It is odd to hear this song’s denunciation of the demonic evils of war paired together with the film’s nauseating spectacle of cruel violence, which even includes graphic sexual violence. But the song’s prominent placement reveals a strange form of magical thinking. Apparently audiences want both to take pleasure in the most perverse displays of torture and murder, and yet at the same time to adopt a pose of moral superiority towards it all, as if their delight in the spectacle is not a real delight... Rise of an Empire tells a tale so purely mythical that in essence it bears no relation to the genre of historical drama. Instead, its cinematic myth sacrifices history in order to seek one overriding purpose: maximum pleasure for a crowd seeking bloody satisfaction. Its practice is similar to other movie narratives of today, which enact violent sacrifice of heroes and villains alike, making all the characters into “war pigs.” On the one hand, the success of this type of movie, whether in our own public theaters or elsewhere around the globe, points to a disturbing reversion. It is reversion to a crowd-driven indulgence of the appetite for violence widely common in pagan antiquity.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
from newyork.cbslocal.com: Arguments were heard Thursday in a case brought by an atheist group against placing what’s known as the World Trade Center cross in the National September 11 Museum. As WCBS 880′s Marla Diamond reported, the lawyer for the 9/11 museum, Mark Alcott, called the steel beam cross an artifact during oral arguments at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. But American Atheists attorney Edwin Kagan called the 17-foot-tall crossed beams a religious symbol that only gives one story of the people who suffered and has no place on government-owned land. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey owns the site where the museum is located.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
TheTelegraph.co.uk: The war, in which Britain and France took on Tsarist Russia to defend the tottering Ottoman Empire, is often lost amid the detritus of the Victorian age. Yet, as Figes points out, the war was a seismic historical event, representing the collapse of the old Concert of Europe, hobbling Russian power for almost a century, and paving the way for the emergence of Germany and Italy as unified nation-states. It was the last “old” war, with regular truces to clear battlefields of the dead; more importantly, it was also the first “truly modern war”, a conflict of steamships and railways, covered by war correspondents and press photographers. The death toll, too, was a chilling harbinger: in total, Figes suggests, at least 750,000 men lost their lives, many through illness and disease. “It was a horrible scene,” one British officer wrote after surveying the aftermath of the Battle of the Alma. “Death in every shape and form.” At the time, most British soldiers had no idea why they were fighting Russian peasants in the hills of the Crimea. To modern eyes, too, the causes of the war seem bewilderingly esoteric: essentially, it represented the death throes of the Ottoman Empire, which had dominated south-eastern Europe for centuries but had become a sclerotic invalid.