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Beyonce Music Video Tagged “Freemasons Edit” WTF?

14 Feb
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2.14.2010

My own writing and research is coming back to haunt me. Just a day or so ago, I wrote a piece titled: “MK Ultr’s [Not So Secret] Relations with Hollywood – so today I am just surfing Youtube for fun music, and I find this Beyonce video, and look how it is tagged. Is this creepy, or what? So Now I am looking for more music videos that are overtly tagged “freemason” – forget subliminals. These people are now deep into the territory of “overts”.

Chase

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Jordon Maxwell Interviewed By Project Camelot: Jaw Dropping Expose’ of Hidden Illuminati World Fascist Agenda

25 Jan

Truth Movement Godfather Jordan Maxwell relaxes in a cream colored easy chair and nonchalantly discusses everything from the hidden history of ancient Babylonian symbols in modern society, to his own experiences with UFO sightings, how his life work really began, the literal actuality of reptilians cooperating and colluding in secret with the US military, secret wars in space, the morbid continuity of illuminati over-control of human society going all the way back to ancient Sumer and Babylon, how the word “Hollywood” is directly connected to ancient Druidic magical practice, the hidden Satanic secrets of the Vatican, European freemasonry, the corporation of the United States of America, the secret sources and content / concept origins behind the Dan Brown films, routine plagiarism in Hollywood, “Holy Blood, Holy Grail”, and a host of other “connect the dots” topics that will leave any neophyte reeling.

This interview is not for the faint of heart, nor is it for those who are just beginning to try to get their minds around the staggering enormity of what has been done to the world population down through the ages by overtly evil, spiritually parasitic, but hidden overlords. It’s about 2.5 hours in length and should be shared with others you know and love. The great global spiritual awakening of humankind continues and this man’s research and revelations have contributed greatly to that international, trans-national spiritual wake up call.

Jordan also discusses, at some length, the old prophecy about the rise of a man who will sit at the center of a global fascist superstate, and rule over it in the name f these hidden overlords. Who does that remind you of? There are explicit connections made between this global fascist event and the deeply Orwellian tone of ABC’s new remake of the film “V.” This stuff is just not funny anymore. What is now being broadcast under the very thinly veiled disguise of entertainment, is in fact, the disclosure of an approaching global fascist world takeover – an event that will take place if we do not stop it dead in its’ tracks.

Sadly, in the end, he makes his final pronouncement about where he sees this all going, and based on my observations and experiences, he may be right. We are doomed to be on the receiving end of a global fascist nightmare very soon, in America, and around the world if enough people do not wake up in time to seize the authority of their tax dollars, their privacy, their media, their legislators, and their lives back from a federal government now out of control, and demand immediate full disclosure of the great and terrible secret that Washington D.C. has been hiding from it’s people:  we are being held hostage to an uninvited alien race and their agenda, which is neither benign nor benevolent.

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2007 Best Magazine Covers Image Gallery

22 Jan

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Top 40 Magazine Covers of the Last 40 Years

22 Jan

The power of the still photograph makes not only a powerful  image caught in time, it’s often a captured moment that makes history. Here are 40 incredible moments, people and situations immortalized on magazine covers that became a part of American history.


Rolling Stone magazine cover #1 Rolling Stone (January 22, 1981)
Rolling Stones cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono was named the top magazine cover to appear since 1965. The image was photographed by renowned celebrity portraitist Annie Leibovitz mere hours before Lennon was shot on December 8, 1980. The photo was eventually used on the cover of Rolling Stones tribute issue to Lennon on January 22, 1981.
Vanity Fair magazine cover #2 Vanity Fair (August 1991)
Vanity Fairs provocative magazine cover shot of the naked and hugely pregnant Demi Moore (also shot by Annie Leibovitz) projected the actress to even greater heights after the huge success of the movie Ghost the previous year. The cover helped firmly establish Moore as a member of Hollywoods A-List at the time.
Esquire magazine cover #3 Esquire (April 1968)
The controversial April 1968 magazine cover depicting Muhammad Ali impaled by six arrows appeared on the heels of his refusal to be inducted into the U.S. Army because of his religious beliefs. (Ali, convicted violating the Selective Service Act, was barred from the ring and stripped of his title.) The cover, the second of three Esquire covers defending Ali, shows the boxer martyred as St. Sebastian, a patron saint of athletes and one who was shot with arrows for his steadfast religious beliefs. This was one of the covers designed by George Lois, Esquires Art Director during the 1960s.
The New Yorker magazine cover #4 The New Yorker (March 29, 1976)
Saul Steinbergs March 29, 1976 The New Yorker magazine cover, View of the World from 9th Avenue, has come to represent Manhattans telescoped perception of the country beyond the Hudson River. The cartoon showed the supposed limited mental geography of Manhattanites.
Esquire magazine cover #5 Esquire (May 1969)
One of the most iconic of Art Director George Loiss creations, the May 1969 magazine cover of Esquire juxtaposed the celebration of pop culture while deconstructing celebrity. The image of a drowning Andy Warhol was a friendly spoof of the artists famous Campbell Soup artwork, a pervading symbol of the Pop Art movement.
The New Yorker magazine cover #6 The New Yorker (September 24, 2001)
New Yorker Covers Editor Franoise Mouly repositioned Art Spiegelmans silhouettes, inspired by Ad Reinhardt’s black-on-black paintings, so that the north tower’s antenna breaks the “W” of the magazine’s logo. Spiegelman wanted to see the emptiness, and find the awful/awe-filled image of all that disappeared the on 9/11. The silhouetted Twin Towers were printed in a fifth, black ink, on a field of black made up of the standard four color printing inks. An overprinted clear varnish helps create the ghost images that linger, insisting on their presence through the blackness.
National Lampoon magazine cover #7 National Lampoon (January 1973)
National Lampoon quickly grew in both popularity in 1970s, when it regularly skewered pop culture, counterculture and politics with recklessness and gleeful bad taste. The notorious January 1973 shot of a human hand holding a revolver to the head of a docile-looking dog, who suspiciously eyes the firearm with a sideways glance, was photographed by Ronald G. Harris and is the magazines most memorable cover.
Esquire magazine cover #8 Esquire (October 1966)
This magazine cover story by legendary writer John Sack helped change public perception of the Vietnam War and was a landmark in the history of New Journalism. Early in 1966, when America had little more than 100,000 troops in Vietnam, Sacks became Esquire‘s war correspondent in Vietnam. At 33,000 words, the resulting article was and still is the longest ever published in Esquire. The all-black cover with the white inscription, “Oh My God We hit a little girl,” became the cover to reflect the story.
Harpers Bazaar magazine cover #9 Harpers Bazaar (September 1992)
Harpers Bazaar, which debuted in 1867 as Americas first fashion magazine, celebrated its 125th anniversary in 1992, and the September 1992 issue under legendary Editor-in-Chief Liz Tilberiss direction heralded one of the most dramatic magazine reinventions in history. Tilberis helped transform the magazine from an also-ran fashion magazine into the one of the most cutting-edge and experimental of the big fashion glossiesillustrated by the creative typeface and avant-garde image of Linda Evangelista on the September magazine cover.
National Geographic magazine cover #10 National Geographic (June 1985)
Photographer Steve McCurry immortalized the haunted eyes of a 12-year-old refugee in a camp on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border on this magazine cover. Soviet helicopters destroyed her village and family, forcing her to make a two-week trek out of the perilous mountains of Afghanistan. The photo became a National Geographic icon after it was published on the cover in June 1985. Since then, this raw, untouched image has been used on rugs and tattoos, making it one of the most widely reproduced photos in the world.
LIFE magazine cover #11 LIFE (April 30, 1965)
The fetus became widely recognized after LIFE published Linnart Nilssons photograph of an 18-week-old fetus inside the womb on its April 30, 1965 cover. Swedish photographer Nilsson used an endoscope with an electronic flash to capture both the cover picture and pictures appearing inside the magazine to chronicle the beginning of human life. These pictures are part of Nilssons book, A Child is Born, which sold eight million copies in the first four days after publication.
TIME magazine cover #12 TIME (April 8, 1966)
The question Is God Dead? appeared on the cover of TIME in red letters against a black backdrop, and this was the first time the magazine used a type only cover. The article, written by the editors and entitled Toward a Hidden God, included the opinions of Christian theologians Gabriel Vahanian, Paul van Buren, William Hamilton, Thomas J. Altizer, and the Rabbi Richard Rubenstein. They believed the death of God had come since God was no longer visible in public life and religion was dead. This article received much backlash from readers, but the radical movement died out by the end of the decade. This is one of two type only magazine covers in the Top 40.
LIFE magazine cover #13 LIFE Special Edition (1969)
This LIFE special edition To the Moon and Back chronicles the first moon landing, brought about by the courage of the Apollo 11 astronauts and the thousands of people who supported their mission. On the magazine cover is a picture of Buzz Aldrin, taken by fellow astronaut Neil Armstrong. Along with color photographs of this historic walk on the moon, there are biographical sketches of Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins. There is also a history of manned space exploration from the first single orbit around the earth orbit to the launch of Apollo 11.
The New Yorker magazine cover #14 The New Yorker (December 10, 2001)
This New Yorker magazine cover by Maira Kalman and Rich Meyerowitz features a map of New Yorkistan where the city is divided into Middle Eastern names. The pastel map pastel map showed a flat, bird’s-eye view of New York City drawn in pen and wash. It echoed Saul Steinbergs map View of the World from 9th Avenue, published on the cover of The New Yorker on March 29, 1976 (ranking no. 4 on this Top 40 list).
Harpers Bazaar magazine cover #15 Harpers Bazaar (April 1965)
This magazine cover of Harpers Bazaar is a photograph of model Jean Shrimpton by photographer Richard Avedon. The cover of Shrimpton peering from behind a bright pink Day-Glo space helmet was designed by Art Directors Ruth Ansel and Bea Feitler. This photograph, with the Harpers Bazaar logo vibrating against it in acid green has been often reproduced as an emblem of the sixties.
The Economist magazine cover #16 The Economist (September 10-16, 1994)
This controversial magazine cover of The Economist portrays The Trouble with Mergers by showing an illustration of two camels mating. The London-based magazine published the cover in the North American edition, but not in the European edition. Reaction to this cover was mixed, with some readers disgusted and others highly amused.
TIME magazine cover # 17 TIME (June 21, 1968)
Roy Lichtensteins drawing of The Gun in America was the magazine cover of the June 21, 1968 issue of TIME. Soon after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, pop artist Lichtenstein aimed a smoking gun at readers to emphasize the urgency for gun legislation. Before the end of the year, Congress passed the Gun Control Act of 1968 that banned most interstate sales, licensed most gun dealers and barred felons, minors and the mentally ill from owning guns.
ESPN magazine cover #18 ESPN the Magazine (June 29, 1998)
This ESPN the Magazine cover portrays Michael Jordan jumping against an all-white background in his Chicago Bulls uniform. Two weeks after winning his sixth title with the Bulls, the corresponding article speculates whether or not Jordan will retire from basketball. Jordan retired on January 13, 1999, but two years later signed a deal to play for the Washington Wizards. On April 16, 2003, Jordan played his last game and announced his final retirement.
Esquire magazine cover #19 Esquire (December 2000)
Bill Clintons appearance on Esquires magazine cover at the tail end of his administration provoked ire from both sides of the political spectrum. Accompanying an extensive profile of the President in his waning weeks in office, Platons cover shot (the result of an 8-minute session in a cramped hotel bedroom in Princeton, NJ) was intended to evoke the Lincoln Memorial. Instead it came to be seen as fraught with sexual significance following the scandal with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
Blue magazine cover #20 Blue (October 1997)
A man diving appears on the premiere October 1997 issue of Blue. Art Director David Carson, known for his innovative typography and photography designed the magazine cover. Editor Amy Schrier launched the first adventure lifestyle magazine, covering outdoor recreation, action sport and adventure travel for men and women. The magazine also explored the diverse cultures of the world and took a look at their political, economic and social concerns.
LIFE magazine cover #21 LIFE (November 26, 1965)
The Blunt Reality of War in Vietnam appears on the November 26, 1965 magazine cover of LIFE. Paul Schutzers photograph of a Vietcong prisoner with his eyes and mouth taped shut captured the tumultuous war. Schutzer was one of LIFEs best photographers, but was killed on assignment while covering the Six-Day War in 1967.
George magazine cover #22 George (Oct/Nov 1995)
The premiere issue of George featured supermodel Cindy Crawford on the cover dressed as George Washington. George was founded by John F. Kennedy Jr. and covered politics, current events, pop culture and celebrity news. In 1999, Kennedy was killed in a plane crash and consequently, George folded in March 2001.
The Nation magazine cover #23 The Nation (November 13, 2000)
This magazine cover of The Nation features artwork by Brian Stauffer that depicts George Bush as Alfred E. Neuman. The Nation compared Bush to Alfred E. Neuman, the fictional mascot of the magazine Mad, complete with a button that reads, What, me worry? The U.S. presidential election was held on November 7, 2000, and when this issue of the magazine was released, the winner of the election was still unclear. The issue discusses what would happen to the country and the world if Bush became president, and in fact Bush was declared the winner of the election the next month.
Interview magazine cover#24 Interview (December 1972)
This magazine cover of Interview was designed by Richard Bernstein and features Andy Warhol photographing model Grace Jones for the December 1972 issue. Warhol founded the magazine in 1969 and featured unedited interviews with celebrities along with photographs and striking ads.
TIME magazine cover #25 TIME (September 14, 2001)
The magazine cover of the September 14, 2001 special edition of TIME features a photograph of the two hijacked airliners ripping through the World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, taken by photographer Lyle Owerkoof. The issue included testimonies from survivors, more photographs of the Twin Towers after the bombings, and a salute to all those who perished in the tragedy.
People magazine cover #26 People (March 4, 1974)
This premiere issue of People featured Mia Farrow on the cover biting a strand of pearls. Farrow was starring in the movie The Great Gatsby as Daisy Buchanan and the magazine cover dubbed Gatsby the years next big movie. Since this issue, People has become a popular magazine of celebrity and pop culture news and is best known for yearly special issues naming The 50 Most Beautiful People, The Best and Worst Dressed and The Sexiest Man Alive.
Entertainment Weekly magazine cover #27 Entertainment Weekly (May 2, 2003)
The Dixie Chicks appear naked on this magazine cover of Entertainment Weekly with slogans such as Boycott, Traitors, Hero and Proud Americans printed on their bodies. Two months before, member Natalie Maines criticized the impending invasion of Iraq by President George Bush at a concert in London. This remark sparked intense criticism from many Americans who subsequently boycotted The Dixie Chicks music and concerts. In their interview with Entertainment Weekly, the group discussed their reaction to the criticism and what lies ahead for them in the country music industry.
LIFE magazine cover #28 LIFE (April 16, 1965)
This black and white photograph on the magazine cover of LIFE by Larry Burrows shows the Vietcong zeroing in on vulnerable United States helicopters. The LIFE photographer had covered the war in Vietnam since 1962 and reported this article from Da Nang. On this day, Burrows accompanied a helicopter squadron on a mission where the pilot was killed and other members of the squadron were wounded. Burrows himself was killed in 1971 while on assignment in Laos when his helicopter was shot down by enemy fire.
Playboy magazine cover #29 (tie) Playboy (October 1971)
Photographer Richard Fegley took this photo of model Darine Stern sitting on a Playboy bunny chair for the October 1971 cover of the magazine. The idea came about when art designer Len Willis decided to create a chair using the famous rabbit head. Stern became the first African-American model to grace the cover of Playboy and the cover has become a classic for the magazine.
Fortune magazine cover #29 (tie) Fortune (October 1, 2001)
This special edition of Fortune, entitled Up from the Ashes, shows a man covered in ashes after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Published less than a month after the attacks, the issue discussed the economic ramifications of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York City and the world.
Newsweek magazine cover #31 Newsweek (November 20, 2000)
This magazine cover of the November 20, 2000 issue of Newsweek is entitled The Winner Is with a photo of half George W. Bush and half Al Gore. The presidential election had taken place earlier that month, but there was still no clear winner declared because of the close ballot count in the state of Florida. In this issue, Newsweek chronicled the lawsuits, court challenges and endless counting of ballots. The following month, George W. Bush was declared the winner of the closest presidential election in United States history.
Vogue magazine cover #32 Vogue (May 2004)
Photographer Irving Penn captures Nicole Kidmans back profile dressed in a Christian Lacroix oyster satin backless dress for this cover of the May 2004 issue of Vogue. This was the first cover shoot for Vogue by Penn since 1989. The issue contains more photographs of Kidman dressed as a Grecian goddess, an Italian diva and as legendary actress Sarah Bernhardt.
Newsweek magazine cover #33 Newsweek (July 30, 1973)
This July 30, 1973 magazine cover of Newsweek, entitled the The Nixon Tapes, gives an aerial view of the White House turned into a tape recorder. The article discusses how President Nixon had been secretly taping everything said in his offices and on his telephones for at least two years. The following year, the tapes were released and they proved Nixon was involved with the Watergate Scandal cover-up. In August 1974, Nixon announced his resignation and Gerald Ford became President. Ford later pardoned Nixon, immunizing him from prosecution for any crimes he may have committed as President.
Wired magazine cover #33 (tie) Wired (June 1997)
This June 1997 magazine cover of Wired is entitled Pray, with a picture of the Apple symbol covered in barbed wire. The article 101 Ways to Save Apple gave an assessment of what could be done to fix the once-great company. Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak founded Apple Computer in 1976 when they introduced the Apple I. However, by 1997, Apple saw major competition from other computer companies and experienced economic troubles. Since that time, Apple has made a comeback, due in part to the tremendous success of the iPod.
New York magazine cover #35 New York (June 8, 1970)
This magazine cover of New York is entitled Free Leonard Bernstein, with a photograph of New York society women posing with fists upraised. Bernstein was an acclaimed American composer and orchestra conductor who was a presence on Broadway, in Hollywood, at Carnegie Hall and at the New York Philharmonic. He supported the Black Panthers and in 1970, held a fund-raising meeting for the organization at his apartment. The magazine cover was a jab at his association with the Black Panthers and their radical ideology.
People magazine cover #36 People (September 15, 1997)
This cover of People features a black and white photograph of Princess Diana, and the issue is a tribute to her life after she was killed in August 1997 in a car crash. Diana appeared on the cover of the magazine a record 52 times and was one of the most popular People cover subjects. In 1981, she married Prince Charles and arguably became one of the most famous women in the world. She was lauded for her high-profile involvement in AIDS issues and for an international campaign against landmines. Diana’s death was greeted with extraordinary public grief, and her funeral at Westminster Abbey drew an estimated three million mourners in London, as well as worldwide television coverage.
Details magazine cover #37(tie) Details (February 1989)
This magazine cover of Details features a photograph of Cyndi Lauper sporting a classic Hollywood look. In the issue, Lauper discusses her songwriting and recounts her trip to the U.S.S.R. with a group of American songwriters the previous year to collaborate with Soviet counterparts. They produced the song Cold Sky, which appears on the album Action Speaks Louder Than Words.
Fast Company magazine cover #37 (tie) Fast Company (Aug/Sept 1997)
This magazine cover of Fast Company is entitled The Brand Called You, against the Tide background. In the cover article, author Tom Peters discussed how people can market themselves as brands to stand out and move up in their professional life.
Glamour magazine cover #37 (tie) Glamour (August 1968)
This issue of Glamour model Katiti Kirondi II on the cover features the Best Dressed College Girls. This marked the first time an African-American woman appeared on the cover of a national womens monthly magazine. This issue featured the 10 best-dressed college girls and 100 great fall looks, which included mini-skirts and psychedelic colors.
National Geographic magazine cover #37 (tie) National Geographic (October 1978)
This cover of National Geographic magazine is entitled Conversations with a Gorilla, with Koko the gorilla snapping a photograph of her reflection in the mirror. The photo was of such high quality and significance that it was chosen to be the cover photo for the October 1978 National Geographic article featuring Koko. Developmental psychologist Francine Patterson spent six years with Koko teaching her sign language and this led Patterson and other researchers to believe Koko displayed evidence of linguistic capabilities.
TIME Magazine cover #37 (tie) TIME April 14, 1997)
This cover of TIME magazine is entitled Yep, Im Gay, with a photograph of Ellen DeGeneres by celebrity photographer Firooz Zahedi. In the April 14, 1997 issue of TIME magazine, DeGeneres spoke to writer Bruce Handy and admitted to him that she was gay and this made her televisions first openly gay star. The television character played by DeGeneres on the sitcom Ellen also came out later that month and this was one of the most watched episodes of the series.

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Understanding the UN’s Hidden Luciferic Agenda Is Critical for a Free America

20 Jan

Most people do not know that for the more than 50 years that the UN has been in existence, their strenuous and calculated “back door approach” to coercing the United States government into seceding it’s sovereignty has become one of the bloodiest and most furtive, wicked end game’s in human history.

Most Americans are still woefully ignorant of the fact that both political parties, the DNC and the GOP, are now fully controlled in secret by UN operatives who are members of the heinous but brilliant CFR, the Council on Foreign Relations in New York city. The facts presented in this well made 1 hour long documentary will make every American’s blood boil.

After you watch it, you will finally understand why REAL American patriots fully get it –  that this is NOT about the left vs. the right, or about liberals vs. conservatives, or blacks vs. white, or even gay vs. gay hating neo conservatives straights, or WHATEVER petty little warring boxes they draw people off into with the daily fake news.

This battle for the soul of our country is about the American people versus the United Nations and it’s hidden Luciferian roots. Sitting at the heart of the UN’s Lucis Trust inspired  ideology is the their ongoing wet dream of a world without United States sovereignty, with American citizens unarmed and stripped of all constitutional and civil rights to dissent from official UN policy.

If you want to know where it is exactly that the UN wants to take us,  what kind of future they have planned for Americans in secret, have a look at what they have done already to Great Britain. British citizens have been disarmed and there is another eye in the sky surveillance camera bearing down on them every 20 yards or less. Our UK friends in the dream of real freedom, the Brits, ae being surrveilled to death by degrees. Their government will gladly pay spies to rat out their neighbors for a handsome sum,  for just about any little infraction.

I’m sure by now the reader has stumbled once or twice across one of those college frat boy, hard rock, homegrown videos that circulate youtube.com  – with the weird anti new world order mashup of bad graphics, loud thrashing music,  with secret Satan worshipping freemasonry illuminati symbolism going back to the dawn of time, being flashed before your eyes. A the end the really brave videographer actually shows his face and speaks his mind about what he has learned in our fight to keep America out of the UN luciferin elite’s clutches. These vids are not the most tasteful things you ever watched over dinner, but you know what?

These are the young American men and women who GET IT. They know where the battle lines are drawn.  These are the guys who are going to throw the usurpers out of congress and the senate, shutter the offices of the CFR in NYC, better yet torch it, forever, and vote into office actual red blooded Americans who will vote “no” to UN membership entirely one day soon, returning Washington D.C. to it’s rightful owners, the natural born citizens and legal immigrants of the United States of America, minus the satanic CFR, and minus the UN blood suckers.

The stronger and more insidious the hidden evil, the stronger my words lashing out in truth and righteous indignation against it. Thus, this little tome’ as an intro to the video.

The next time a youtuber gets in your face on his video screen and yells “Wake up America!!” you will have watched this video a couple of times, and you too, will GET IT. After you GET IT, you will know what to do next, which is to put down that TV remote, get off the sidelines, and join your countrymen of every plausible degree of celebratory uniqueness and differences – and join this battle to take our country back. It’s not too late for you to actually grow a pair, and do something other than download porn, bet on ball games, watch epic fail moments.  When the end comes, whatever God wills it to be, will you be able to live with yourself? Will you be able to say that you made an effort to understand what all the fuss is about? Will you be able to day that you cared enough to try to do something about our country slowly being eaten from within by these UN parasites on the heart of the nation?

Does a human life matter? Does the loss of even one human life constitute an agonizing tragedy for all others to confront? If you answered “no” to either one of these questions, then go park your sorry epic failed ass up in NYC at the door of the CFR and join them. You are not one of us. The sheer magnitude of bloodshed, death, and gruesome genocidal killing done in the nane of the UN’s goals and intentions is going to stagger you when you watch this video.

Do not allow America to become another casuality on the world nation epic fail list. Do what your heart knows you should be doing. Begin by watching this video.

01.20.2010

By Chase Hunter, on the anniversary of Barack Obama’s Inauguration. Happy inaugural first year Mr. Frankenstein King. I am still watching you. I am still waiting for you to stop making love with the UN and start acting like the President of the United States of America. I have a dream, too.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1765761405440797619&ei=vJ8_S6j4IZHurgKqrMy0Dg&q=Beyond+treason+google+video&hl=en#docid=-390424387879906415

Huge Hole in Earth’s Magnetosphere Threatens Sanity of World population: Not to Worry, Full UFO Disclosure By Obama Should Take Care of That.

19 Jan

You just can’t make this stuff up.

It’s just too good.


01.19.10 Re-posted due to the public’s urgent need to know – buried news re-excavated by Chase Hunter

I am asking the $64,000 question this morning, having recently excavated two buried news stories which potentially have staggering consequences for an unprepared world population.

Both stories [ second story is below ] pertain to a recently discovered hole, or breach in the earth’s magnetosphere, which is apparently so huge that it alarmed NASA scientists. The second story is a somewhat disconcerting and genuinely comical attempt by a San Francisco writer to quickly address the possible implications this magnetosphere breach may have on human populations, since  the hard science behind it infers that enormous amounts of solar plasma particles, aka solar wind, will tear through earth’s atmosphere beginning on or around [you guessed it] 2012, lasting for the duration of an entire 11 year solar cycle.

All this gives me great pause, that is, after I laughed hysterically for nearly 20 minutes over the writer’s attempt to soothe our spirits by posting a photo of Obama body surfing in Hawaii, reminding us all that we can just “ride the waves” of these solar winds with a good positive attitude and we will all be just fine.  Of course, none of our electronic devices will work by then, and kids will continue to shoot their parents, teachers and each other over losing in a video game, but surely those little aberrant bursts of psychosis won’t be inflamed at all by a sudden 11 year long dose of more gamma ray energy blowing through human body tissue than ever in human history. Nah, shouldn’t be a problem at all, infers the writer.

Aaaall rightee then.

The prescription to cure all this? Just surf your way through in on positive vibes.At least, that’s what this author suggested, in the face of yet another dire 2012 cosmic science factoid, blithely presented and skimmed over oh so lightly, then moving on, of course to full UFO disclosure by Obama, and how that would be a good way to lead us through the worst ongoing solar storm we had never prior imagined.

Oh, those Californians, don’t you just love their freshly sprouted Obama kool-aid logic? I’ll have mine with green tea, thanks.  Hey, you gotta love em. Or flee for your life to another less windy solar system, for sheer sanity’s sake.

NASA Discovers A Giant Breach in Earth’s Magnetic Field 12.16.2008

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Dec. 16, 2008: NASA’s five THEMIS spacecraft have discovered a breach in Earth’s magnetic field ten times larger than anything previously thought to exist. Solar wind can flow in through the opening to “load up” the magnetosphere for powerful geomagnetic storms. But the breach itself is not the biggest surprise. Researchers are even more amazed at the strange and unexpected way it forms, overturning long-held ideas of space physics.

“At first I didn’t believe it,” says THEMIS project scientist David Sibeck of the Goddard Space Flight Center. “This finding fundamentally alters our understanding of the solar wind-magnetosphere interaction.”

The magnetosphere is a bubble of magnetism that surrounds Earth and protects us from solar wind. Exploring the bubble is a key goal of the THEMIS mission, launched in February 2007. The big discovery came on June 3, 2007, when the five probes serendipitously flew through the breach just as it was opening. Onboard sensors recorded a torrent of solar wind particles streaming into the magnetosphere, signaling an event of unexpected size and importance.

Right: One of the THEMIS probes exploring the space around Earth, an artist’s concept. [more]

“The opening was huge—four times wider than Earth itself,” says Wenhui Li, a space physicist at the University of New Hampshire who has been analyzing the data. Li’s colleague Jimmy Raeder, also of New Hampshire, says “1027 particles per second were flowing into the magnetosphere—that’s a 1 followed by 27 zeros. This kind of influx is an order of magnitude greater than what we thought was possible.”

The event began with little warning when a gentle gust of solar wind delivered a bundle of magnetic fields from the Sun to Earth. Like an octopus wrapping its tentacles around a big clam, solar magnetic fields draped themselves around the magnetosphere and cracked it open. The cracking was accomplished by means of a process called “magnetic reconnection.” High above Earth’s poles, solar and terrestrial magnetic fields linked up (reconnected) to form conduits for solar wind. Conduits over the Arctic and Antarctic quickly expanded; within minutes they overlapped over Earth’s equator to create the biggest magnetic breach ever recorded by Earth-orbiting spacecraft.

Above: A computer model of solar wind flowing around Earth’s magnetic field on June 3, 2007. Background colors represent solar wind density; red is high density, blue is low. Solid black lines trace the outer boundaries of Earth’s magnetic field. Note the layer of relatively dense material beneath the tips of the white arrows; that is solar wind entering Earth’s magnetic field through the breach. Credit: Jimmy Raeder/UNH. [larger image]

The size of the breach took researchers by surprise. “We’ve seen things like this before,” says Raeder, “but never on such a large scale. The entire day-side of the magnetosphere was open to the solar wind.”

The circumstances were even more surprising. Space physicists have long believed that holes in Earth’s magnetosphere open only in response to solar magnetic fields that point south. The great breach of June 2007, however, opened in response to a solar magnetic field that pointed north.

“To the lay person, this may sound like a quibble, but to a space physicist, it is almost seismic,” says Sibeck. “When I tell my colleagues, most react with skepticism, as if I’m trying to convince them that the sun rises in the west.”

Here is why they can’t believe their ears: The solar wind presses against Earth’s magnetosphere almost directly above the equator where our planet’s magnetic field points north. Suppose a bundle of solar magnetism comes along, and it points north, too. The two fields should reinforce one another, strengthening Earth’s magnetic defenses and slamming the door shut on the solar wind. In the language of space physics, a north-pointing solar magnetic field is called a “northern IMF” and it is synonymous with shields up! “So, you can imagine our surprise when a northern IMF came along and shields went down instead,” says Sibeck. “This completely overturns our understanding of things.”

Northern IMF events don’t actually trigger geomagnetic storms, notes Raeder, but they do set the stage for storms by loading the magnetosphere with plasma. A loaded magnetosphere is primed for auroras, power outages, and other disturbances that can result when, say, a CME (coronal mass ejection) hits.

The years ahead could be especially lively. Raeder explains: “We’re entering Solar Cycle 24. For reasons not fully understood, CMEs in even-numbered solar cycles (like 24) tend to hit Earth with a leading edge that is magnetized north. Such a CME should open a breach and load the magnetosphere with plasma just before the storm gets underway. It’s the perfect sequence for a really big event.”

Sibeck agrees. “This could result in stronger geomagnetic storms than we have seen in many years.”

A video version of this story may be found here. For more information about the THEMIS mission, visit http://nasa.gov/themis

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Author: Dr. Tony Phillips | Credit: Science@NASA

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What happened to conventional wisdom? Researchers at the University of New Hampshire are using computer models to unravel the basic physics of the great breach. They’re finding that reconnection at the poles is key. Conventional wisdom held that equatorial reconnection was more important, which is why the giant breaches were not anticipated until THEMIS flew through one.View a video version of this story.

Space Weather resources: NOAA Space Weather prediction Center; Spaceweather.com

more stories about THEMIS:

Magnetic Portals Connect Sun and Earth — Science@NASA

Plasma Bullets Spark Northern Lights — Science@NASA

NASA Spacecraft Make New Discoveries about Northern Lights — Science@NASA

THEMIS, short for Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms, is the fifth medium-class mission under NASA’s Explorer Program. The program, managed by The Explorers Program Office at Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md., provides frequent flight opportunities for world-class space investigations in Heliophysics and Astrophysics. The University of California, Berkeley’s Space Sciences Laboratory managed the project development and is currently operating the THEMIS mission. Swales Aerospace, Beltsville, Md., built the THEMIS satellites.

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The Woman Who Intimidated the Antichrist

14 Jan

The Woman Who Intimidated the Antichrist: Kathleen Keating on Coast to Coast Am Radio, Interviewed By Art Bell on March 5th 2001

This historic radio interview is segmented into 12 parts. The playlist should play all 12 in sequence. Set aside a quiet time, with a couple of hours to yourself, without kids, elders or teens around, during the day, on a sunny day, and have your Bible close at hand while you listen. I am NOT promulgating fear or hate. I am supporting and re-posting access to a historic radio interview with Art Bell of one of the bravest Christian journalists and authors I have ever met, Mrs. Kathleen Keating.  Kathleen had been an associate, friend and professional peer to Father Malachi Martin. She also, ten years ago,  had something VERY important to say to America and the world, just a few months before the Illuminati elite became quite frantic.

They were frantic due to the publication of Kathleen’s famous second book: “Final Warning”, and they were frantic due to the public pressure being applied by Dr. Stephen Greer and his DISCLOSURE UFO research and historic press conference.

So what happened after this heart stopping radio interview? Maitreya crept  away again to hide, and in America, we got 9-11. Think it all over. There are HUGE dots to connect here folks, huge dots.

It’s time for the world to know what’s made a nest in London just a few blocks down the street from one the main Masonic Temples in town. It’s time for America’s Great Spiritual Awakening to move to the next level, which is for the Calls for Divine Intervention to begin being made in prayer, and I mean getting down on one’s hands and knees and praying for this nation and the world like you have never prayed in your life.

It’s time for America turn aside from the false apostasy of Maitreya’s global advertising “sell job”, and to embrace her REAL destiny as God’s Spiritual Warriors who will stand against this coming apostasy with everything they’ve got spiritually: In the Name and for the sake of the REAL King of Kings who IS and will forever be our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Call to HIm for instructions after you listen to this interview.

Chase Hunter

ART BELL’S INTERVIEW WITH Author KATHLEEN KEATING PTS 1 OF 12

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=38C693E0C3574984&search_query=kathleen+keating+interview+art+bell+march+5th+2001

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