Sunday, September 26, 2010
"In the name of Christ, I refuse to be anti-gay. I refuse to be anti-feminist. I refuse to be anti-artificial birth control. I refuse to be anti-Democrat. I refuse to be anti-secular humanism. I refuse to be anti-science. I refuse to be anti-life. In the name of Christ, I quit Christianity and being Christian."
Hmm... like I said, not too sure about her truly shedding the Christian mantle. Gnostics could claim all these things in her above quote. Some Gnostics call themselves Christians while others consider the word to be too ugly and tainted to use anymore as a true descriptive when speaking of spiritual gnosis. The Roman Catholic Church has spawned too many degenerate bastardized subsidiaries to know what's fact from fiction; the whole while claiming to have the patent and apostolic succession to divine grace. No wonder she's confused and pissed off! She may have sworn off the RCC but that does not mean she's an atheist once again.
Anyway, today I was sitting back a while ago and admiring my shelf of first editions from her vampire series (Thank you, hubby! XOXOXO you're the best! he's such an eBay whore. Very useful at times.) and a descriptive phrase from several of her books jumped into my mind.
"The totality of salvation."
Her vampire character, Lestat, uses the phrase several times throughout the series. The first time was, I believe, in Memnoch the Devil and the most recent was Blood Canticle. "The totality of salvation" is Lestat's personal vision of God. All mysteries solved and laid bare. The chaotic ripples and twists of the universe calm under the divine eye of Truth.
I like it. I've adopted it. It is now in my personal library of chosen ways to view the universe in all its complexity.
Statisticians have elegant formulas for supposedly solving 'chance encounters' and 'coincidence' problems but honestly, I can't think of anything more beautiful than this phrase. It rolls off the tongue like pure poetry and settles into the mind like a soothing balm.
The Totality of Salvation.
... even if, though gnosis, we don't really have anything to be saved from but our own inherent human blindness, it's still a beautiful credo.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
If you wrap up all his ideas in one big ball you'll see that he's dancing around the very concept of gnosis. But he doesn't actually state it. The mathematical geometry he points out is pure poetry. The "coincidences" in collected Vatican art is shocking. We're surrounded by layers of gnostic concepts and it truly boggles the mind how more people have not made the connections to our classical past and the pre-Biblical era. Then again, think about the state of our public school education.... it brings me to tears.
On another note, I think I need to mention that I've been reading more about the Illuminati and their connection to the Vatican. Please bear in mind that the polar opposite of gnosticism is Satanism. (Satanists use the snake-in-Eden metaphor as permission to act like demonic monsters while gnostics see the snake as Kundalini(innate second intelligence/Pleroma) rising to the surface of the mind.) They are contradictory to one another down to their very foundation. Gnosis has nothing to do with Satan!! Gnostics may believe in the greatest amount of freedom being essential to growth, however Satanists do so in a purely maniacal destructive way which is counter-productive to growth. Like the contrasting Stoics with the Epicureans. Black and white. Night and day.
Now use that information to infer exactly WHY we would be seeing all the gnostic symbolism at some place like the Vatican which has persocuted gnostics for nearly two thousand years. The answer is enough to bring any sane person to their knees with grief and horror. We must be wary. We must keep our eyes and ears open. Use logic and when that fails, reach out to Pleroma to feel truth. Just don't be shocked if he says, "It'll be ok." That's his typical response. Why? Because in the grand scheme of the universe it truly will be alright, no matter how this bizarre experiment called Earth ends up. What matters is your growth and life experiences. Burying your head in the sand isn't living.
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The explanation of K rising(how and why) is magnificent!!! Logical. Graduated steps and compression into forming what is true full consciousness.
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The explanation of the internal structure of the pineal gland is quite intriguing. Source/Pleroma derived visual images transmitted and interpreted through "Silver Cord." Spot on! The statement of hearing "a cracking noise when having an out of body experience" made me stumble, though. Death. Could it also be a popping noise like what I heard in a recent experience of my own? Interpretive differences perhaps. Not sure.
At 2:02 of the 4th vid he talks about the pressurized "buzz, tone, or acceleration" inside the head when the EM field around the pineal gland is activated. That sounds an awful lot like what it feels like when I "push" matter during hand practice. I feel the pressure sensation in my head first(jaw relaxed for concentration) but the afterglow of effort and washed out energy is felt through the stomach. And he says that it randomly "kicks up" during the day sometimes. Nope!! It's not random. It's Pleroma. He's talking about lay gnosis and he doesn't even realize it. "And it requires a great deal of work." *sigh* Not true. It actually requires more focus to tune Pleroma out. We're so conditioned to doing it as we grow into close-minded adults that it becomes second nature to us.
There are four vids after this but these six were most relevant to gnosticism.
Sunday, September 19, 2010
This was actually the longest I've been able to meditate while using the hand trick. Ever.
During my meditation, my left hand would periodically twitch outward toward my husband. Sometimes I do twitch because of muscle spasms with the FM. But this wasn't that type of muscle spasm. As much as I realized that was a not so subtle hint.... I declined. I was too delirious to pay attention to someone else trying to have a conversation with me(like my husband) besides listening to Pleroma. Ok. I admit it. I was feeling a bit greedy for attention. I wanted to feel better and didn't want to be interrupted in my new found tranquility.
I slept well for about an hour and woke up pain free.
I have resolved to meditate with him tomorrow. Don't know how successful we'll be but I'll try.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
A few weeks ago I was given a koan by Pleroma which I figured out after a few moments of careful consideration but the significance of it has stayed with me since.
The koan was, "Who is at the right hand of god?" Hint: God isn't square. Or even three dimensional with the types of edges and corners you'd expect.
The Greek translated words are in parenthesis.
The Phrygians also call him goatherd(aipolos), not because he feeds goats, as the psychical people call them, but because he is ever turning(aeipolos) and circulating and impressing the whole universe with turning motion. For to turn(polein) is to circulate and alter matters. That is why the two centers of the heaven are called poles. And the poet also said,I believe this piece of literature tries to frame in a more visual means what the Book of Thomas declared; that Jesus did not come to placate or soothe but to stir up, agitate, and set fire to the world. The Valentinian "Round Dance of the Cross" is another perfect example of this concept.
"An old man, wave dwelling, frequently comes around here, deathless Proteus, the Egyptian."(Homer, Odyssey 4.384-85. The Greek for "comes" is poleitai.)
Poleitai does not mean that he is sold but that he turns about and goes around. Furthermore, cities(poleis) in which we live are so called because we turn and circulate(poloumen) in them. So the Phrygians call aipolos the one who always turns things in every direction and transfers them to his own domain.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
July 5th, 2010 - Part 2
Part 2 and 3
"Forty percent dairy content"??!!! Hell, we drink skim milk now as it is. Might as well dump water on my kid's cereal and tell them that they're going to have to learn to like it.
Day 2, July 6th, 2010 Codex Commission Meeting Report
This is a three year old video and I believe it's only half of the full length. If anyone can point the way to this missing later half it would be much appreciated.
We need another uprising. We should have HAD another uprising before Obama put pen to paper. What happened, that's what I would like to know. I am a very health conscious individual and I'd never heard of DSHEA or Codex until a few days ago.
"Forced harmonization," which Ron Paul describes is exactly what it sounds like-- handcuffs. And a lot more fluoride in our water. Or government mandated tranquilizers in our morning cuppa coffee/tea. Oh wait... caffeine is a drug. Hmm.. Would I need a prescription for that? 'cause I really like my Cherry Coke.
Nutrients are toxins. Ya know... Vitamin D supplements, ginko biloba, oh and how about natural plant extracts?!! Yep. They're all regulated by Codex Alimentarius now. Even tea tree oil.
"Codex Alimentarius" used to be a voluntary set of guidelines until the World Health Organization plus several other supposedly helpful organizations got together and decided to regulate and control the food supply of the world. Vitamins and minerals are now listed as food. Therefore they are able to be controlled.
June 16th, 2010 is when Obama made it official. Read it here. Executive Order #13544 in PDF format; this is the end of the road for all those people who think that Big Pharma isn't in cahoots with Uncle Sam. Or... is that the other way around? The money changes hands so fast I'm shocked more Judicial Watch lawyers don't have whiplash trying to watch it all happening right in front of their faces.
The following video is the first part of a series of talks by Dr. Rima Laibow MD, available on DVD from the Natural Solutions Foundation, an non-profit organization dedicated to educating people about how to stop Codex Alimentarius from taking away our right to freely choose nutritional health.
If this vid is broken(likely scenario) then you can use this direct URL to access it:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5266884912495233634# I've been wrestling with this issue all day. Can't get the vid to load properly here. Google is either really smart or really stupid. I'm leaning more toward the side of really smart. And tired of getting so many hits on this topic, probably.
What can we expect under Codex? To give you an idea, here are some important points:
- Dietary supplements could not be sold for preventive (prophylactic) or therapeutic use.
- Potencies would be limited to extremely low dosages. Only the drug companies and the big phytopharmaceutical companies would have the right to produce and sell the higher potency products (at inflated prices).
- Prescriptions would be required for anything above the extremely low doses allowed (such as 35 mg. on niacin).
- Common foods such as garlic and peppermint would be classified as drugs or a third category (neither food nor drugs) that only big pharmaceutical companies could regulate and sell. Any food with any therapeutic effect can be considered a drug, even benign everyday substances like water.
- Codex regulations for dietary supplements would become binding (escape clauses would be eliminated).
- All new dietary supplements would be banned unless they go through Codex testing and approval.
- Genetically altered food would be sold worldwide without labeling.
"If Codex Alimentarius has its way, then herbs, vitamins, minerals, homeopathic remedies, amino acids and other natural remedies you have taken for granted most of your life will be gone. The name of the game for Codex Alimentarius is to shift all remedies into the prescription category so they can be controlled exclusively by the medical monopoly and its bosses, the major pharmaceutical firms. Predictably, this scenario has been denied by both the Canadian Health Food Association and the Health Protection Branch of Canada (HPB)."
MSNBC news clip about salmonella in egg supply: Pay careful attention to what she says at 2:00 and forward about combining the FDA and the USDA... interesting, yes? Coincidence? Not on your life!
By the way, Codex's main commission office is located in Rome(the supposed headquarters of the Illuminati). Here's the strategic plan from 2008-2013, directly from Codex's site. 5.4 is especially interesting considering the proposed "Internet Kill Switch" up for debate a while back. 5.5 Well, that's basically you and me telling on our neighbors to Big Brother.
HealthFreedomUSA.org has been added to the Human Rights Sites & Organizations module on the blog.
Monday, September 13, 2010
I wonder just how many of these people will make the connection to gnosis?
Many thanks to Steve, who brought this wonderful article to my attention. You are a dear.
TIME Life Magazine, By: David Van Biema Thursday, Sep. 18, 2008
More than half of all Americans believe they have been helped by a guardian angel in the course of their lives, according to a new poll by the Baylor University Institute for Studies of Religion. In a poll of 1700 respondents, 55% answered affirmatively to the statement, "I was protected from harm by a guardian angel." The responses defied standard class and denominational assumptions about religious belief; the majority held up regardless of denomination, region or education — though the figure was a little lower (37%) among respondents earning more than $150,000 a year.
The guardian angel encounter figures were "the big shocker" in the report, says Christopher Bader, director of the Baylor survey that covered a range of religious issues, parts of which are being released Thursday in a book titled What Americans Really Believe. In the case of angels, however, the question is a little stronger than just belief. Says Bader, "If you ask whether people believe in guardian angels, a lot of people will say, 'sure.' But this is different. It's experiential. It means that lots of Americans are having these lived supernatural experiences."
Sociologists may need further research to determine how broadly the data should be interpreted. The Baylor study tested other statements that might indicate a similar belief in the supernatural intruding into everyday personal experience — "I heard the voice of God speaking to me"; and "I
received a miraculous physical healing." But far fewer people claimed to have had those experiences. This raises the possibility that guardian angels, which famously support an industry of sentimental accessories, are just so darned attractive that they exist in a charmed belief niche of their own.
But other factors may be in play. On one end of the spectrum of American religion are the analytical churches, on both the right and the left theologically and politically, which are primarily concerned with establishing Biblical principles to live by — and are suspicious of any modern-day irruption of the supernatural into religious life. Their miracles all took place in the Bible. At the opposite end of the spectrum are the more experiential churches, like many African-American denominations and those in the Pentecostal movement, that lay heavy emphasis on the workings of the Holy Spirit, where the supernatural, through gifts like healing, prophesying and speaking in tongues, makes regular visits in the pews. In the middle are sacramental faiths like Roman Catholicism, where the supernatural has a regular place on the altar (after all, the Eucharist is said to be the literal body and blood of Christ) but one that occurs only within the restrictions of very specific ritual.
What's interesting about the Baylor findings on guardian angel experiences is that they cross all boundaries. They have scriptural writ (in Psalm 91 and elsewhere). They are clearly experiential. And guardian angels are a prominent part of Catholic belief that happens to float freely outside of a sacrament. The cross-spectrum legitimacy of the notion of angelic interventions may free Americans to engage in the kind of folk faith that is part of almost any religious system but is not always officially acknowledged.
Randall Balmer, chairman of the religion department at New York's Barnard College, says that the Baylor angel figures are one in a periodic series of indications that "Americans live in an enchanted world," and engage in a kind of casual mysticism independent of established religious ritual, doctrine or theology. "There is," he says, a "much broader uncharted range of religious experience among the populace than we expect." Just possibly, Baylor has begun to chart it.
This is a wonderful video from TrueBlueHealer.com showing the significance of "guardian angels" in connection with gnosis.
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Ego has nothing to do with the truth when found in gnosis, contrary to what misinformation is spread through the world wide web and other means. We don't worship ourselves as god, we simply acknowledge our divine connection through spirit to the All; as being part of his body. Ego does, on the other hand, have quite a bit to do with the reason why people keep their eyes squeezed shut so tightly against the truth when it's staring them in the face. Let me further flesh out this argument by quoting a recent discussion. Red text are my own thoughts. Changer01 on YouTube is talking about how he thinks gnostic texts are contradictory and that gnostics are Satanists. I reply:
The gnostic concept of the universe is the only way to logically answer "if God is good then why is our world so effed up?"
The answer is so obvious that it shocks people.
The gnostic gospels are "contradictory" because they're NOT meant to be understood literally but metaphorically. This is a huge step away from the literalist religions which saturate the world today.
@GnosticUnrest That's just to justify your hatred against god. If you would really look at human behaviour then you would notice how true the bible really is. (And this guy is supposedly an atheist?!) But I guess you don't want to meet god because you think that god is in yourself, so you build a story around it that pulls itself out of the swamp to justify how you are living instead of seeking the truth. That's a poor anti-religion. (This is the self justification I'm talking about.)
I replied back:
I look at the Bible and I DO see how true it is... in regard to the people who read it literally. That is why our world is the way it is. I don't hate god. I hate the contradictory role he's created for himself in our world. I think that by attacking gnosis you're simply doing what the Vatican wants you to-- look for a scapegoat. Good job!!! *pat on the back*
I seek truth every single day. And I find it every single day. I don't run from it. And I live a very moral life.
Afterward I challenged him:
If you can give me one valid reason(not an excuse!) for why Jehovah/Yahweh put the Tree of Good and Evil in Eden then I'll concede that you understand God. And none of this "he meant it as a lesson" or any of that mess. Why would a loving parent put something "dangerous" within easy reach of their child only to condemn and DAMN them afterward for being curious? Having free will means having a sense of curiosity. But it is that very curiosity which God forbids. Why?He wrote back:
Why would further knowledge about god be wrong? Eating the fruit opened their eyes, made them see what WAS instead of what god wanted them to see.
Since they had no sin and thus no necessity of acknowledging evil, they didn't need to eat from that tree. But they could eat from the tree of life whenever they wanted. Now because they didn't have any sin their inner being was not even curious for that forbidden tree so they would probably never have touched it. But then the snake came and brought them to doubt: "Should god have told you not to eat it?"He continued on:
Why should they have had to know this? They had abundant life, knew only the good and not the evil (which was not ruling this world yet), plus they were like god in the world (god has set them to reign) and the snake lied at them and said the WOULD be like god if they ate from the tree! Gnosticism is like trying to wake up the died soul of adam, declared to a holy divine spark. Actually it's exactly that.
That's the spiritual principle of the old adam. Want rather something fresh?
I replied:@Changer01, "Want something fresh?" ......No thank you. I prefer to keep my head up ABOVE the sand instead of sticking my head in it and my mind clear of that euphoric drug called "the illusion of free will" that the demiurge gave us upon creation. I prefer exercising that free will instead of merely saying I have it. It's like saying, "gay people can have rights but they just can't have THOSE rights." Hypocritical. Human is human and free will is free will. Accept it or enjoy those blinders.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
The Gnostic Bible, pages 640-641
The Paradise of Monasteries
How good for us to have known your teaching!
Please have mercy on us, generous ruler.
The messenger of the father heals souls,
draws joy in all of us, and carries away sorrow.
Lofty and limitless, where darkness never comes,
all the monasteries and the dwelling places are great
in beauty, for they are happy in the light
and know no pain. Those who enter remain
forever. No blow or torture ever reaches them.
The clothing they wear no one made by hand.
They shine with light, and no ants crawl in them.
The green wreathes on their heads never lose color.
Their bodies are unfamiliar with dead weight
and don't droop. Their limbs are not paralyzed.
Heavy sleep never overtakes their souls,
and deceptive dreams and delusions are unknown
among them. In that land hunger and anguish
are not known. There is no thirst. The waters
of all its lakes give out a wondrous fragrance
everywhere. No one knows floods and drowning.
Their walk is quicker by far than lightning.
In their bodies there is no sickness. The actions
of all the dark powers leave them completely alone.
Fear and horror do not live in those lands,
nor does destruction. The trees don't shake down
their fruit. Decay is foreign to their fruit.
Within and outdoors it is replete with brilliance,
the gardens aromatic and no stray bricks
or thorns. Those who ascend to those precincts
and have knowledge will extol his manifestation.
No one suffers a dark shadow. Its earth and face
are radiant. Precious forms are free from hurt.
Their limbs don't become feeble with age.
They are happy. They speak well. They revere
the high generous one. There is glad sweet song
in splendid monasteries. No fear, no dogs howling,
no bird squawking, no confusing evil
and dreadful screeching. Nothing coarse in that land.
Darkness and fog have not marked pure paradise.
The self lives in light. The virtues of joy, love,
and beauty are shared. No living being dies.
Friday, September 10, 2010
Info about the Akha people.
The video's poster says, "Akha women are made to take the tetanus toxoid vaccination repeatedly during pregnancy despite the fact that we have documented cases of spontaneous abortion as a result. The Akha are told if they don't agree to the vaccination they will not be given an ID card for the baby. We just LOVE what the Thai government does to the Akha!"(that last bit was sarcasm on part of the poster.)
Vid #2: Forced vaccinations of Akha women during pregnancy cause miscarriages.
People commenting to these vids on YouTube are saying, "where's your documentation? Where's your proof? What does the World Health Organization(WHO) say about it?"
The answer is that they don't have anything to say about it except denial. Who(pun intended) do you think funds the research for these vaccines? The Rockefeller Foundation. "The foundation also has traditionally held a major portion of its shares portfolio in the family's oil companies, beginning with Standard Oil and now with its corporate descendants, including Exxon Mobil.
And how about the United Nations Population Fund? Pay careful attention to the last section "Relations to the US Government." Forced abortions and sterilizations. The US cut off funding so EU stepped up. How nice. And now Obama gives thumbs up to money once again being sent to China to fund god-knows-what other kinds of reproductive atrocities.
Obama also hired John Holdren as Science Adviser. This article will horrify you.
Oh, and we can't forget about Bill Gates and his family's wonderful legacy in Africa and other third-world countries.
Sunday, September 5, 2010
I talk more about vaccines after the vids below. I've done lots more research on these topics and will list more links in the future during further discussion, but this video by Alex Jones is too perfect as a primer. This video is what I wish I had found when I began the long arduous task of digging into eugenics. It is two hours long so grab a bucket of popcorn and have paper and pen handy to take notes. It's a compact little beauty and well worth your time. Share it! Send a link to your friends and family!
The archons have arms and legs and mouths. They walk among us. They brag about it and we laugh like idiots; like rats in cages. Heck, we even vote for them.
Beginning at 1:45:20 the vid talks about chemtrails, a topic about which I actually have a personal family story to share. I was born in an island hospital(not disclosing a name, sorry.) near a military base. My father was in the Navy at the time. My mother told me that she recalls seeing planes constantly in the sky near dusk over particular islands nearby and even on our own. Only a few years after we left that island with my father's exiting the Navy, stories leaked out about "chemical trails" and "pandemic studies." Chemical trails being shortened to the more modern term chemtrails and pandemic studies now referred to as "biological warfare and pandemic studies." Simply put: the US military was(is still!) running a study on certain islands in a pandemic situation. Get the population sick with a certain pathogen and try to predict how they'd react and how fast response times would be with hospital and police. If you can predict how the mice in the maze will react then you can coerce and control them even effectively.
Check out this link to info about the mentioned Bilderberg Group and the now more evolved Trilateral Commission. The members list is impressive. Every exec head you can think of. Obama's Chairman of Economic Recovery Advisory Board, Paul Volcker is named. Then again, so is Hilary Clinton. That was kind of a no-brainer, though. Woman's got her fingers in everything.
More on Gardasil: to put this in more recent scope of events let's look at Gardasil vaccine as a tool of power. It is supposed to protect young women from HPV, a type of cervical cancer. But is it really a vaccine against cancer or is it a sterilization technique? Look at the ingredients. Dig deeper.
Here is an informational support group for families of victims.
Researching the members list for Bilderberg Group, my eye fell upon a curiously familiar name. Why? Because this gentleman was talked about(heck, his mansion was yelled AT!) during the last five minutes of "Endgame." Coincidence? No.
There is an opt-out form available for parents but ask yourself this very important question- if your child is part of any kind of community funded healthcare program, how long do you think it would be before it would be mandatory in order to continue receiving healthcare services?
The governor of Texas, Rick Perry, issued an executive order mandating vaccination against HPV which was later overturned by the Texas legislature. Through lobbying efforts, Merck has suggested that governments make vaccination with Gardasil mandatory for school attendance, which has upset some conservative groups and libertarian groups.
As early as May of 2007 adverse reactions were being reported about Gardasil. In 2008 Gardasil became a mandatory vaccine to be given to immigrants! Here is the full article on JudicialWatch.org:
"Ignoring its own Centers for Disease Control immunization expert, the government is forcing girls seeking U.S. residency to get a controversial cervical cancer vaccine that has been linked to 21 deaths and nearly 10,000 adverse reactions.
The Department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has added Gardasil to its list of vaccines required by legal immigrants to obtain residency, even though the physician who chairs the CDC’s immunization committee opposes it. Girls and young women who have received the vaccine, manufactured by pharmaceutical giant Merck, have suffered life-threatening effects including paralysis, severe circulatory problems and seizures. Others have died.
Judicial Watch has obtained the alarming government statistics documenting Gardasil’s serious side effects nationwide and published a lengthy report outlining the crisis associated with the vaccine, a top seller that has generated more than $1 billion in revenue for Merck.
The new immigration requirement is sure to further boost the company’s earnings, even though it makes no sense to mandate it to get a coveted U.S. Green Card. Among the 14 required vaccines, Gardasil is the only one that doesn’t combat highly contagious, infectious diseases (like measles and chicken pox) that are transmitted by respiratory route.
The strains of cervical cancer caused by the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) that Gardasil claims to prevent, can only be communicated by sexual contact and therefore don’t represent a danger to children or the general population. That is why Merck’s aggressive advertising and lobbying campaign to make it mandatory for school-aged girls ultimately failed. Evidently, the feds bought into it."
Here's an update from the USCIS(US Citizen and Immigration Services) site concerning vaccines as of today:
Q. I heard that the vaccine against herpes zoster (zoster) and the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) are required vaccines. Is this true?In my home state of Florida, I found this information concerning Gardasil vaccine on the National Conference of State Legislatures site:
A. From Aug. 1, 2008, until Dec. 13, 2009, the zoster and the HPV were required vaccines for immigration purposes. However, the zoster vaccine was not available from Aug. 1, 2008, through Dec. 13, 2009, and USCIS posted a message on the Web to inform civil surgeons they could annotate the vaccination record with "not available" if they were not able to obtain the vaccine. In 2009, CDC changed the vaccination requirements based on ACIP's recommendations. As of Dec. 14, 2009, the zoster and the HPV vaccine were no longer required.
S.B. 86 Would allow the Board of Medicine and Board of Osteopathic Medicine to establish guidelines concerning information given to parents on HPV and also requires insurance policies to cover the HPV vaccine. Withdrawn (1/23/07)
S.B. 660 Would prohibit certain students from entering school without the HPV vaccine and would require public and private schools to provide information on HPV and the HPV vaccine to parents of certain children. (H.B. 561 is identical) Died in Committee on Education Pre-k--12 Appropriations (5/4/07)
Look closely at the wording in red. Think of Florida's industries and migrant workers. Gee. I wonder who they could be trying to sterilize. Not too obvious, eh?
I searched the NCSL's database for updates on this issue and found that it has not been raised since 2007.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Information packed, I promise these vids will be worth your time. They're about seven minutes apiece.
Next, antibiotics, diseases, and the aftermath of the farms leaving....
Here's his website. Zammit is a retired Australian lawyer with a zeal for exploration and truth. His specialty? The afterlife. More specifically: Near Death Experiences, also known as "NDE's"
Zammit offers a book he wrote called "A Lawyer Presents The Case For The Afterlife" for free if you download it in PDF form off his site OR you can click on links and read it chapter by chapter. The physical paper book is $10.
This guy is offering a ONE MILION DOLLAR reward for anyone who can offer a logical argument against any of his own which are presented in his book making the case for the afterlife. What I find so ... magical... about this is the fact that Houdini and other magicians have done the same concerning proof of psychic abilities and nobody ever won. Why? Because the magician always holds the cards and controls the experiment. So does Zammit hold all the cards here? Is he scheming or scamming anyone? He appears to be a very well learned gent and open to conversation.
Zammit made his case, printed it, and is giving it to the masses to refute. So far nobody has taken the bait. And yet Dawkins continues to sell books endorsing fundamentalist atheism. I suppose it's so much more productive to refute something in theory(in your head!) than show physical proof of your argument. Dawkins, nor any of his disciples, will ever win that million dollar prize.
Zammit's site is a treasure trove of reading material. He has dozens of links on articles talking about debunking magicians, skeptics of all kinds, and his talks with serious scientists who show proof of what happens to the body and brain during death. Amazing stuff. I plan to get lost in it for a few hours today.