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Wednesday, May 20, 2004
New Article: Jupiter, Nostradamus, Edgar Cayce, and the Return of the Mongols - Laura Knight-Jadczyk
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On the May 5, 2004 Signs page, we wrote the following:
It turns out that we did hear from PayPal after all. The following e-mail arrived yesterday:
We also received a link to the The Free Network Project web site from a QFS member. It seems that Paypal has been very busy freezing the accounts of sites that it deems inappropriate:
It appears that the lockdown of the internet is taking place under our very noses. Web sites such as Cassiopaea.org and Freenet have no recourse against the censorship that is quietly occurring right now. While many have been expecting a sort of "Internet 9/11" event, the powers that be have already begun clamping down. As we wrote above:
Perhaps we should all consider the possibility that the movement of money will not simply be restricted, but completely controlled to the extent that it will not be possible at all for web sites such Cassiopaea to accept any donations or payments from anyone. In the short run, there are other payment options available. We are working as fast as we can to set up an alternative payment system. But even if other payment mechanisms are not jammed by the puppet masters, the actual content of web sites devoted to the search for truth may itself become illegal very soon. It is already dangerous to criticize Israel's actions against the Palestinians. Even if one makes a distinction between Jews and the Zionists that seem to control the Israel/US alliance, one is still branded an anti-Semite.
Signs reported on this some days ago but in the past week, it has become personal for us here due to actions against us by PayPal which closed our internet accounts in a blatant attempt to censor us. After all, if you have no income, you can't run a website! It's hard to tell if the "offensive material" is the website or the books: Ancient Science and The Occult Significance of 9-11. One thing that is obvious, however, is that we must be stepping on some toes. But we aren't stupid. We see that our days online are coming to a close. Right after 9-11, Laura wrote:
However, if nothing that is sensible prevails, the one thing we CAN expect is a severe and sudden infringement of our freedoms.
The restrictions certainly began within a matter of days, but it has taken almost three years to fulfill the prediction in its entirety. Now might be a good time for readers to review these articles on our site that deal with 9-11.
We will continue to publish Signs of the Times as long as we possibly can. If information on the internet is controlled, one can bet that printed material on certain topics will be banned. Total control means total control.
Any readers that have not read Laura Knight-Jadczyk's groundbreaking work Ancient Science may wish to purchase a copy sooner rather than later.
Other anti-PayPal sites:
As we have often stated, there is no need for the powers that be to physically imprison the population. In fact, to overtly limit the physical freedom of the citizenry, without some "reasonable" justification which would make it acceptable to them, would actually be counter-productive to the plans of the controllers of our planet. Most people live their lives according to very basic and mechanical "if not this then that" paradigms, thinking "outside the box" is not natural to the human species it seems, and it is actively discouraged by the established "social norms" which promote conformity. Most of the control of the masses of humanity is easily effected by operating in subtle ways that fall outside of their limited range of perception.
We are told by psychologists and psychotherapists that human beings are motivated by desires and needs that emanate from the realm of the subconscious. Orthodox science has gone some way to proving this by showing that parts of the brain associated with the subconscious register activity a few seconds before activity is registered in the area of the brain associated with conscious cognition and speech. The formulation of thoughts and ideas then happens at a level that we are not consciously aware of. But just where these preformed thoughts and perceptions emanate from? From where does our subconscious retrieve these ideas?
One obvious source is television and the printed media. As regards television, to assimilate a message or view of reality from the images flashed on the screen or the carefully scripted words of the newscaster, there is no requirement for any conscious participation on the part of the viewer. It has long been known that it is possible for a person to learn something by listening to an audio tape while asleep. Have you ever had the experience of reading a book when you suddenly "came to" and realised that you had just read a paragraph or a page about which you could recall nothing? In such a case, your thoughts had been entirely elsewhere yet some part of your mind continued to register the words. While the conscious part of your mind was pondering other things, the words of the book were still being logged somewhere.
I had an interesting experience last year with a friend. The setting was a living room, watching the evening news. The subject was the Iraq war. As the news reader read his scripted notes, it appeared that my friend was watching and listening attentively. Later that evening a discussion about the Iraq war and Saddam Hussein ensued. My friend took a pro war stance while I (unsurprisingly) stood in opposition. As the various points were debated I began to have a strange feeling of deja vu. It soon became obvious to me that my friend's argument for the war contained the points, almost verbatim, that had been made by various participants in the news report earlier that day. Yet when I pointed this out, he rejected the idea claiming that the opinions were the result of his own reasoning. Most interestingly, he did not remember any specific stance being taken in the news report, stating that the news was simply a recounting of what actually happened without any opinion being presented. Clearly however, he had been successfully told what to think while at the same time believing that the ideas were his own.
Another similar experience occurred when another friend and I were traveling in car. We passed a billboard sign for Budweiser beer. The image was a bottle with the metal cap turned upside down with the caption "Budweiser - King of Beers". My friend commented, with some derision, that such crass advertising would never work, and do the people at Budweiser really think we are susceptible to such advertising. Later that evening, we entered a local hostelry. At the bar I asked my friend what he would like to drink. He paused, clearly unsure of what to choose, then it came to him in a flash, "I'll have a Budweiser" he said.
Notice the difference in the actual content of the advertisement and the net effect on the person. The image of a Budweiser bottle with a crown and the slogan "Budweiser King of beers", did not result in the recall of the slogan or image, it resulted in the idea, "I want a Budwesier". Clearly there is a very exact science at work here and the results can be predicted with startling accuracy.
The above experiences and tests of a similar nature that have been conducted, make a strong case for the fact that the population is eminently programmable. They are also clear evidence that, for some reason, people are very disinclined to believe that they are in any way programmable, and indeed will fight with you if you push the evidence in their faces. In doing so they are simply fighting to remain in their state of programmability. Furthermore, we see that the analogy of people as "asleep" is in fact less of an analogy and closer to a statement of actual fact in terms of conscious and unconscious awareness.
From this perspective the recent Iraq prison abuse pictures and the beheading of Nick Berg have much greater implications than we might at first think:
Think about the sequence of events here. First of all you have ordinary US military reserve troops, just simple, small town guys and gals, committing brutal acts of torture on innocent Iraqis - with photos to imprint the message. Secondly you have "Arab terrorists" cutting of the head of an "American citizen", completely with gory video footage and stills. This was not just any American citizen however, this was a "humanitarian", a do-gooder, whose father was a peacenik anti-war protestor. His name given to the "Office of Homeland Security" by ordinary pro war US citizens. Thirdly we have the link between the first two, the fact that prison abuses like those in Iraq have been happening for years in the US. From the point of view of the subconscious the message is: "the torture, brutality and beheadings that happen in Iraq, happen all the time in the good 'ole freedom loving US of A, and it is done to US citizens by OTHER US citizens." Not only is the US no longer the bastion of freedom and democracy, but there is a very real threat to ordinary Americans from their own government. "Be afraid", is the message, "be very afraid".
A U.S. senator's charge that Israel is behind the Bush administrations's decision to invade Iraq has rattled American Jewish leaders.
Sen. Ernest Hollings, a South Carolina Democrat, wrote a column that appeared in several newspapers. The column asserted that the U.S. war against Iraq represented a decision by President George Bush to protect Israel and ensure American Jewish support for his reelection.
The column reflects a growing sentiment in the corridors of power in Washington according to congressional sources. The view attributes the U.S. war in Iraq to the so-called neo-conservatives in the administration, particularly Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and former Pentagon adviser Richard Perle, Middle East Newsline reported. Both men are Jewish.
"There is a strong fear among American Jewish leadership that the whispering campaign that 'the Jews started it,' will become public," a senior congressional staffer said. "We could be seeing others get on Hollings' bandwagon."
"Bush felt tax cuts would hold his crowd together and spreading democracy in the Mideast to secure Israel would take the Jewish vote from the Democrats," Hollings said in a column first published on May 6 in the Charleston Post and Courier. "You don't come to town and announce your Israel policy is to invade Iraq."
Congressional sources said Hollings was expressing a view that has become increasingly prevalent in Congress and parts of the administration. [...]
Khalid Amayreh in the West Bank
In a classical trial of the "occupied" by the "occupier", a Tel Aviv court on Thursday convicted imprisoned Fatah leader Marwan Barghuthi on five accounts of murder.
He was also found guilty of commanding a "terrorist organisation", a reference to Palestinian resistance attacks against Israeli occupation.
has all along rejected Israel’s right to try him, arguing that Israel
is an occupying power and the Palestinians are victims of an immoral military
occupation that dehumanizes and denies them basic human rights, including
the right to life.
www.chinaview.cn 2004-05-20 21:20:25
BEIJING, May 20 (Xinhuanet) -- The US annual report on its endeavor to "improve human rights", mentioning no word about the recent abuse scandal by its own troops in Iraq, has infuriated Chinese people of various social strata and incurred indignant denouncement.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao warned Tuesday that the United States should look more into its own problems and think more of how to improve its own human rights situation, rather than meddling in the internal affairs of other countries under the pretext of human rights.
Condemnation from common people was more harsh.
"How can Americans convince others if they themselves behave so badly? The United States, like an ostrich that buries its head in the sand, is trying to fool itself by releasing a gilded report," said a netizen nicknamed "Fuzi".
HENDAWI, Associated Press Writer
BAGHDAD, Iraq - U.S. soldiers and Iraqi police raided the residence of longtime American ally Ahmad Chalabi on Thursday, and aides accused the Americans of trying to pressure him to stop complaining about U.S. plans for Iraq after sovereignty is transferred in about six weeks.
American officials here have complained privately that Chalabi is interfering with a U.S. investigation into allegations that Saddam Hussein's regime skimmed millions of dollars in oil revenues during the U.N.-run oil-for-food program.
But coalition spokesman Dan Senor said that investigation has "nothing to do with what transpired today" and that Chalabi and his organization, the Iraqi National Congress, were not the targets.
A senior coalition official said on condition of anonymity that an Iraqi judge had issued several warrants and the details would be released later.
At a press conference after the raid, Chalabi lashed out at the ruling Coalition Provisional Authority, complaining it was coddling former members of Saddam's Baath Party and treating Iraqis badly.
"I am America's best friend in Iraq," Chalabi said. "If the CPA finds it necessary to direct an armed attack against my home, you can see the state of relations between the CPA and the Iraqi people."
He said he was asleep when police stormed into his room carrying pistols.
"I was asleep. I opened the door. The police went into my room carrying pistols," Chalabi said. "I told them to get out." [...]
Comment: Either Chalabi is no longer chummy with the Bush administration, or they are trying to legitimize him in the eyes of the battered Iraqi people. Juan Cole made the following comments on the subject:
www.chinaview.cn 2004-05-20 21:42:55
WASHINGTON, May 20 (Xinhuanet) -- US President George W. Bush will lay out details of the US plan for the Iraq transition at a major speech on Monday, the Washington Post said in a report on Thursday.
Beginning with Monday's address at the Army War College, Bush will give a major speech on Iraq every week through June 30, when the US-led coalition is due to turn over limited sovereignty to a new interim Iraqi government, the report said.
"Some speeches will have more details than others, and will be given at different places and times. All have the important goal of explaining the essential tasks at hand and the significance of June 30," the report quoted an anonymous White House official as saying.
The move is aimed at countering mounting public anxiety over the escalating violence and uncertainty less than six weeks beforethe handover of political power to Iraq, the report said.
Iraq's security situation was further clouded when Iraqi Governing Council Chairman Izzadine Salim was killed on Monday in a bomb attack just near the US-led coalition headquarters.
Jihad Al Khazen Al-Hayat 2004/05/19
Yesterday, I talked about Bob Woodward's book "Plan of Attack," and said that it left me sad and down, as I found the destiny of Iraq and the entire Umma to be in the hands of a bunch of neo-conservative extremists supporting Israel. As soon as I finished reading this book, I received from my publisher a preview of a new book by Joseph Wilson, called "The Politics of Truth." Wilson is a former American ambassador who was sent by the Bush administration to investigate about the issue of Iraq's attempt to buy Uranium from Niger. Wilson decided that the entire issue was a lie, which disturbed the administration, which launched a campaign against him headed by Lewis Libby, Vice President Cheney's Chief of Staff, Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs, and one of the worse neo-cons who leaked to the media that Anne Boleyn, Wilson's wife, is a CIA member, a thing that put her in danger and ruined her secret work.
I will not read Wilson's book, as I am tired of the tiring books which show the control of Israel's followers on the rule and the media in America. The reader must be tired as well, this is why I decided to talk about an amusing book today: "What might have been: Imaginary history from twelve leading historians."
By TOM McNICHOL
OR proof that all politics is local, look no further than Fundrace.org, which follows the political money to your front door. While records of campaign contributions have long been available online, Fundrace has a twist: plug in any address and retrieve a list of all the donors in the neighborhood, the names of their favored candidates and the amount bestowed.
For Melissa Kramer, a Democrat in Oakwood, Ohio, it was a part of the political process she had not anticipated. "I got an e-mail from a friend that said, 'Take a look at this site; it'll blow your mind,' " Ms. Kramer said. "I took a look and I thought, 'Oh, my goodness.' "
The site noted her $1,983 in contributions to Gen. Wesley K. Clark's presidential campaign and her home address.
"It really bothered me," said Ms. Kramer, 36. "I live in a community that's overwhelmingly Republican; all the moms have Bush-Cheney bumper stickers on their minivans. I'm literally one of two Democrats on my entire street. So even if it's a very small possibility, I think there could be repercussions in some neighborhoods - petty vandalism, a slashed tire or graffiti."
Whatever its perils, the idea has proved irresistible to many. The six-month-old site says it is attracting up to 150,000 visitors a day. With its localized search feature, national politics has rarely hit quite so close to home.
Fundrace was created by a small team at Eyebeam, a New York-based nonprofit arts organization that focuses on emerging technologies. The basic data at the site - the names, addresses and occupations of contributors and the amount of money they have given to a presidential candidate - is part of the public record and supplied by the Federal Election Commission.
But Fundrace takes the information further by subjecting the location data to geocoding, a process that assigns a latitude-longitude coordinate to an address. Once a donor's address is pinpointed, it can be searched according to its proximity to any other point - say, your address.
"All of a sudden, campaign finance is not some abstract thing," said Jonah Peretti, 30, the director of research and development at Eyebeam. "You're actually able to see that the guy on the third floor of your apartment building gave money to Kerry and your boss gave money to Bush and one of your co-workers gave to Edwards."
Many visitors to Fundrace call the site a guilty pleasure.
"The site is very addictive," says Julia Miranda, a 25-year-old resident of Hollywood who is not listed as a donor. "When I typed in my address, I was very surprised to see two people nearby who gave to George Bush. This is an extremely liberal neighborhood, and people around here usually won't admit to being a Republican. This is a sort of a way to smoke them out."
All incoming and outgoing flights were suspended for about an hour. Planes started taking off around 7 p.m., said DIA spokesman Chuck Cannon.
Several commercial and commuter airplanes waited on the taxiway, while officials worked on the problem, which was reported in the Terminal Radar Approach Control Facility at the south end of the airport.
Three flights were diverted to the Fort Collins/Loveland Airport. Passengers were allowed to get off the plane, but they couldn't take their checked luggage with them.
Twelve to fifteen planes were diverted to the Colorado Springs Airport. Passengers there were given the option to get off the planes as well. Some did and were responsible for finding their own way home.
Cannon said the backlog at DIA was cleared by 8 p.m.
The cause of the failure wasn't immediately known.
Comment: A radar malfunction, eh? Perhaps something is up. Remember this story?
There also seems to be no shortage of malfunctioning electric and electronic gizmos lately:
Of course, many vehicles use fuel level senders that employ materials such as silver that will cause failures if there are contaminants such as water in the fuel. So again, we have a very down-to-Earth explanation. But even from a strictly symbolic point of view, we have a rather interesting collection of stories. Strange objects slice through the sky over North America. Radar at the Denver airport mysteriously fails. The military is allegedly jamming garage door openers with their new toys. And Americans are "running of out gas".
By Brad Dorfman
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Rising fuel prices gave Americans a shock as more than a few drivers spent $60 on Wednesday just filling their gasoline tank. [...]
The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline hit the $2 mark for the first time ever this week, the highest many Americans have ever seen. [...]
Thursday 20 May 2004, 4:40 Makka Time, 1:40 GMT
A 1000-year-old burial site has been discovered among an archeological complex of Inca and pre-Inca temples near the Peruvian capital.
they have already unearthed the remains of 30 people, including 19 still
intact as mummies, which are likely to be some of the oldest ever found
the latest discovery, four of the mummies probably died in ritual sacrifice
and were either buried alive, killed by blows to the head or strangled,
Wednesday 19 May 2004, 2:13 Makka Time, 23:13 GMT
Utah's Great Salt Lake is teeming with a life form that may turn out to be inhabiting other planets.
This inland sea is home to dozens of species of salt-loving micro-organisms called halophiles that thrive in one of the most inhospitable environments on Earth.
[...] The Salt Lake discovery may have extra-terreristrial consequences. Many scientists have argued for some time that if bacteria can survive such conditions there, then it is quite possible on other planets such as Mars.
As NASA's Opportunity has proved bodies of open water did once exist, the Red Planet may well be home to microbes a lot like the halophiles of the Great Salt Lake.
The space agency certainly thinks so. Suddenly, sample-return missions are back on the agenda and Meridiani Planum is being spoken of as a prime destination to go and fetch rocks for study back on Earth.
Tuesday 18 May 2004, 3:14 Makka Time, 0:14 GMT
Summer temperatures in the Arctic have risen at an incredible rate over the past three years, leaving large patches of what should be ice as open water.
British polar explorer Ben Saunders was even forced to a abandon an attempt to ski solo from northern Russia across the North Pole to Canada on Monday, saying he had been amazed at how much of the ice had disappeared.
"It's obvious to me that things are changing a lot and changing very quickly," a sunburned Saunders said less than two days after being rescued from the thinning ice sheet close to the North Pole.
By Jim Holt
Among the many curious implications of Linde's theory, one stands out for our present purposes: It doesn't take all that much to create a universe. Resources on a cosmic scale are not required. It might even be possible for someone in a not terribly advanced civilization to cook up a new universe in a laboratory. Which leads to an arresting thought: Could that be how our universe came into being?
"When I invented chaotic inflation theory, I found that the only thing you needed to get a universe like ours started is a hundred-thousandth of a gram of matter," Linde told me in his Russian-accented English when I reached him by phone at Stanford. "That's enough to create a small chunk of vacuum that blows up into the billions and billions of galaxies we see around us. It looks like cheating, but that's how the inflation theory works—all the matter in the universe gets created from the negative energy of the gravitational field. So, what's to stop us from creating a universe in a lab? We would be like gods!"
[...] But then Linde thought of another channel of communication between creator and creation—the only one possible, as far as he could tell. The creator, by manipulating the cosmic seed in the right way, has the power to ordain certain physical parameters of the universe he ushers into being. So says the theory. He can determine, for example, what the numerical ratio of the electron's mass to the proton's will be. Such ratios, called constants of nature, look like arbitrary numbers to us: There is no obvious reason they should take one value rather than another. (Why, for instance, is the strength of gravity in our universe determined by a number with the digits 6673?) But the creator, by fixing certain values for these dozens of constants, could write a subtle message into the very structure of the universe. And, as Linde hastened to point out, such a message would be legible only to physicists.
"You might take this all as a joke," he said, "but perhaps it is not entirely absurd. It may be the explanation for why the world we live in is so weird. On the evidence, our universe was created not by a divine being, but by a physicist hacker."
Linde's theory gives scientific muscle to the notion of a universe created by an intelligent being. It might be congenial to Gnostics, who believe that the material world was fashioned not by a benevolent supreme being but by an evil demiurge. More orthodox believers, on the other hand, will seek refuge in the question, "But who created the physicist hacker?" Let's hope it's not hackers all the way up.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A strong earthquake rocked Taiwan on Wednesday, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
The 6.5-magnitude quake's epicenter was in the Pacific Ocean about 15 miles east of the coastal city of Taitung, the Central Weather Bureau said. The quake was strong enough to shake buildings in the capital, Taipei, about 190 miles north of Taitung.
A MODERATE earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.2 struck the southern Japanese islands early today, but there were no reports of damage or injuries.
The quake was centred about 50km underground in the Pacific Ocean off the southern coast of Amami Oshima island, about 1300 km south-west of Tokyo, the Meteorological Agency said.
Scientists in the Northern Mariana Islands are warning that the Anatahan volcano, which erupted two months ago, could become more explosive at any time with little or no warning.
Gemma Casas reports from Saipan the Emergency Management Office says scientists are warning the Anatahan volcano, located 120 kilometres north of Saipan, the capital of the Northern Marianas, is continuing to spew ashes and lava, nearly two months after its second eruption.
The office reports the volcano's seismic energy release has nearly doubled since May 17. Geophysical seismic technician Juan Camacho says the volcano is already throwing materials hundreds of meters out of the crater, and steam and ash are likely still rising to several thousand feet.
By RANDOLPH E. SCHMID, Associated Press Writer
WASHINGTON - A previously unknown underwater volcano has been discovered off the coast of Antarctica, the National Science Foundation said Thursday.
Europe and Japan get all the hot new technology first. Here's a look at the pipeline of future tech -- plus some gadgets that didn't travel well and a wishlist of cool things.
The finding helps explain mariners' historical reports of discolored water in the area, the agency said. Material from underwater volcanoes is known to cause discoloration in water over them.
The presence of a volcano was first suggested in sonar studies during a research cruise in January, but scientists were unable to return to the stormy waters of the region until April.
PONA, STAFF REPORTER
An Arborg cattle farmer made a horrific discovery Monday when he found the partially skinned carcass of one of his animals that was missing its tongue and apparently drained of its blood. "The whole thing has turned out to be more sinister than I thought," said Yvonne, a neighbour, who examined the mutilated animal. She asked not to have her last name used to protect her family.
"What sort of weirdos have we got travelling in our neighbourhood?" Gordon, who would only allow The Sun to print his first name, said he discovered the carcass on his farm Monday afternoon.
"I don't really want to speculate on what happened. I know what I saw," he said, adding he is still shaken up by the find.
Arborg is 100 kilometres north of Winnipeg.
The mutilation happened Saturday or Sunday night, Gordon said. No one heard anything. He's heard of several cow mutilations in the area over the past few years, Gordon said.
He called the RCMP, reporting that the animal had been attacked by a predator. He has since changed his mind about the cause.
"It was definitely a sharp object used," he said.
Arborg RCMP Cpl. Glenn Syme said he has never investigated an instance of cattle mutilation. The RCMP did take a call this week about a cow being attacked by a predator, likely from Gordon.
The animal was found with an incision under its chin. The skin had been pulled from the face, exposing the teeth.
"It's not the gore, we've seen that before, it's the evil behind it," Yvonne said.
The tip of the animal's tongue, cut from its root, was placed in the mouth, she said.
"There's not a drop of blood in that animal. The only way you can drain an animal of blood is (to cut into it) with the heart still pumping," Yvonne said.
The cuts were very precise, as if made by a surgeon, she said.
"You don't know who you're dealing with ... the average wild and woolly neighbourhood brat wouldn't be capable of doing it," she said.
Gordon and Yvonne called Fern Belzil, an Alberta-based investigator of unexplained deaths who has been studying cow mutilations for eight years, for help.
Belzil has studied 100 cases, two-thirds of which remain unexplained.
"I'm not saying it's aliens ... a lot points towards aliens but there is no proof," he said.
Belzil said he has never encountered any evidence pointing to who or what is killing cows.
"It's a real mystery," he said.
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