Tuesday, February 28, 2006

A dream fulfilled

So it looks like I am finally going to be able to leave Atlanta GA and go back home to the super secret, spiritually uplifting, Sedona AZ's east coast twin, hippy mountain retreat town of Asheville NC :)

subtle energies

Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements or ORMEs
White Powder Gold
Monatomic gold


Coast to Coast AM
Monday February 9th, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Barry Carter

The Science of ORMUS
Monday's main guest Barry Carter (subtleenergies/ mirrored site) discussed the implications of a new class of materials called ORMUS. These materials, have also been referred to as monoatomic gold or white powder gold, and were extensively researched by David Hudson who gave them the name Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elements or ORMEs.

Carter indicated this substance could likely be traced back to ancient times and was perhaps what was called Manna in the Bible, used in preparations by the Egyptians and developed by Chinese alchemists. While it's currently associated with medicinal properties and life extension, Carter said it also has levitational qualities, and he described seeing a pool of ORMUS liquid lift off the ground and float towards the nearest person.

Ingesting ORMUS may give people a stronger and clearer connection to their spiritual energy, Carter commented, which allows them to manifest their thoughts more quickly. Though science comprehends very little about this substance, Carter contends that once it is understood, "it will change everything." He is also an advocate of a grassroots approach to the use of ORMUS, and said that it can be inexpensively produced through such materials as salt water and lye.

The Official Home Page Of Laurence Gardner


WhiteGold Web Home Page

Mysterious Orbs Of Light At North Texas Church


At a North Texas church, a moving orb of light was caught on tape and a mysterious oil substance has been observed. CBS 11 in Dallas recently investigated and has posted this video report.

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Egyptian Enigma

If you like this check out some of the others ...

Galactic Butterfly - Hunab Ku

Antarctica 'Lost World' Found

Two teams of researchers, working separately thousands of miles from each other but both defeating incredible odds, have made stunning finds in frozen Antarctica -- so stunning that the National Science Foundation calls their discoveries evidence of a lost world.

The researchers found what they believe to be the fossilized remains of two species of dinosaurs previously unknown to science. One is a 70-million-year old quick-moving meat-eater found on the bottom of an Antarctic sea, while and the other is a 200-million-year-old giant plant-eater that was found on the top of a mountain, reports Reuters.

The lost world in which these two dinosaurs lived was very different from the Antarctica we know now. Their Antarctica was not frigid and frozen. Their Antarctica was warm and wet.

The 70-million-year-old carnivore was small for a dinosaur at just 6 to 8 feet tall. Scientists believe it is an entirely new species of carnivorous dinosaur that is related to the enormous meat-eating tyrannosaurs and the equally voracious, but smaller and swifter, velociraptors. Think "Jurassic Park." Now scream in terror! Found on James Ross Island off the coast of the Antarctic Peninsula by a team led by Judd Case from St. Mary's College of California, it likely floated out to sea after it died and then sank to the bottom of the Weddell Sea. Reuters explains that its bones and teeth show that it was a two-legged animal that survived in the Antarctic long after other predators took over elsewhere on the globe. "One of the surprising things is that animals with these more primitive characteristics generally haven't survived as long elsewhere as they have in Antarctica," Case told Reuters.

The 200-million-year-old herbivore, a primitive sauropod that had a long neck and four legs, was found by a team led by William Hummer from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois on the 13,000-foot high Mt. Kirkpatrick near the Beardmore Glacier. When this dino lived, the area was a soft riverbed. The team found dinosaur bones, specifically part of a huge pelvis and ilium. "This site is so far removed geographically from any site near its age, it's clearly a new dinosaur to Antarctica," Hammer told Reuters. This dinosaur was probably about 30 feet long, but was part of a lineage that went on to produce animals as large as 100 feet long.

Both excavations were supported by the National Science Foundation, an independent federal agency that supports fundamental research and education across all fields of science and engineering.

source from around march 7th 2004

Global Consciousness Project

This project is to examine subtle correlations that appear to reflect the presence and activity of consciousness in the world.


how to pray

Ask and ye shall receive that your joy may be full - book of john..

org text....
ask without hidden motive and be surrounded by your answer,
be enveloped by what you desire that your gladness be full...

knowing that your prayer is already answered...
if one asks then you reaffirm that the outcome has not happened... so it wont....

without igo use your senses to know what your answer feels like as it would already be... and so it shall...

sounds like my aunt... "be here now baby"

Gregg Braden - The Lost Mode of Prayer

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Planet's Population to Hit 6.5 Billion Saturday

By Leonard David
LiveScience Senior Writer

On Saturday, Feb. 25, at 7:16 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, the population here on this good Earth is projected to hit 6.5 billion people.

Along with this forecast, an analysis by the International Programs Center at the U.S. Census Bureau points to another factoid, Robert Bernstein of the Bureau's Public Information Center advised LiveScience. Mark this on your calendar: Some six years from now, on Oct. 18, 2012 at 4:36 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the Earth will be home to 7 billion folks.

These are estimates, of course, but clear trends emerge from the data behind them.

Population profile

A report issued by the Bureau in March 2004 noted that world population hit the 6-billion mark in June 1999. "This figure is over 3.5 times the size of the Earth's population at the beginning of the 20th century and roughly double its size in 1960," the study explained.

Even more striking is that the time required for the global population to grow from 5 billion to 6 billion—just a dozen years—was shorter than the interval between any of the previous billions.

On average, 4.4 people are born every second.

The population on Earth today is nearly four times the number in 1900. Behind that phenomenal global increase is a vast gulf in birth and death rates among the world's countries. But according to population experts, this gulf is not a simple divide that perpetuates the status quo among the have and have-not nations.

Birth dearth

"What is worrisome about this demographic divide is not the differences among nations' population growth rates, but the disparities associated with these trends ... disparities in living standards, health, and economic prospects," explained Mary Kent, co-author along with Carl Haub, of a Population Reference Bureau report issued last month titled "Global Demographic Divide."

Kent, editor of the Population Bulletin, and Haub, a senior demographer at the Population Reference Bureau, reported that news of declining population in Europe fueled concern about a global "birth dearth," but there is continuing population growth in developing countries. The question, they asked, is which demographic trend is the world facing?

"The reality is that both trends are occurring," Haub said. "The dramatic fertility decline during the 20th century coincided with improved health, access to family planning, economic development, and urbanization."

Kent and Haub also reported that most countries will experience population growth through 2050, as the world adds a projected 3 billion more people to the total.

Remarkably, despite the many new developments over the past 50 years, one fact looks very much the same, explained Kent and Haub: Populations are growing most rapidly where such growth can be afforded the least—an observation that has changed little over time, they said.

Annual world population change image:

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Great Pyramid of Giza

Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association


Entrance to the Great Pyramid
(around 1890)

Descending the Great Pyramid
(from the 1880's)

personal rant below----- warning-----
Speaking of pyramids... the other day at work...(I am so bored at work) I was reading something about the great pyramid... that they say it has around 2,300,00 stones and each stone is from 2.5 tons to 16 tons.. (these #'s are on the consertive side) with slabs of granite in the kings chamber up to 50 tons... (so the SMALL ones are like moveing a loaded truck (without wheels))

now websites like
say that 100,000 men built it in 20 years...
I have also heard 30 or 33 years....

well being so bored i did some math... yes I am a geek :)
2,300,000 stones / 30 years = 76,666.666666 stones per year....
76,667 stones per year / 365 days in a year= 210 stones per day...
did they only work during daylight? or 24/7.... well lets go with they had alot of overtime...lol...
210 stones a day/24 hours in a day = 8.75 stones per hour...
8.75 stones per hour/60 min in a hour = 0.145833333 stones per min ..
or 1.458333 stones every 10 min...
(if done in 20 years its 1 stone every 5 min)

ok so think about this.. these stones are around waste high and many many tons each...
how ever many men is said to work on it they all didnt work all the time so say 2 or 3 shifts...

so these so called primitive people with copper saws. hammers, chisels, and drills.. (without the wheel) lol... so after leveling the site...

cut from the quary... (which is said to be onsite?)
finished to correct shape and size
moved the stone to pyramid location
lifted up into position

1.5 stones ... cut,finished, moved,lifted, and placed into position...every 10 mins...

well maybe they had many teams working on different parts... well people cutting and finishing the stones in one area.... but moving and lifting and placing the stones on to the pyramid with a lot of people and oxen, take up a lot of space... so lets just say one or two teams per side of the pyramid...

yes I have seen doc. Movies about so called experts reenactment how the pyramid was built... Using precut blocks at a fraction of the weight take hours and hours just to move a few feet and lift up just a few feet....

oh you say they built ramps to pull the stones up to the top... well it would take more material then the volume in the pyramid... dont forget to take a large part of your workforce to build that ramp... hummm plus the food and water for them each day and did they have family's nearby? (100,000 people away from there family for 30 years?) well they would need food and water and the niceties of life as well... yea all that could be worked out? right?...

yes I know I didn't cover everything..But still 1.5 stones every 10 min 24/7... 365... For 30 years... Rain or hot hot sun...or cold of night... Just the logistics of it sound like a nightmare... Believe what you want... But please don't force me to believe the "mainstream ideas" on how this was built...

but if you must believe the mainstream ideas... Then we will have talk about the other sites around the world that have blocks of stones that we can not move with any machine today.. like in the walls in Peru

The post office

So I was talking to some guy at work today and the subject of the post office came up... I worked at the Lancaster P&DC in Pennsylvania for 3 years ....seems like ages ago... And part of the reason why the subject came up was that I got outsourced there sort of like I am getting outsourced again now.... (#3 if your counting).. I worked on what was called a LSM or letter sorting machine... A letter would drop in front of me (one a sec) and I would key in a code related to the zip code....I listened to a lot of books on tape back then...Well the post office bought 2 huge machines that replaced a bunch of us... What they do is... The letters are run through the machine.. A picture is taken of each letter and a neon orange bar code is sprayed on the back of the letter... (look at your mail and you will prob find it on some of them) then they let the mail sit for a few hours and the picture of YOUR mail is sent to a offsite outsourced company and someone sits at a computer and looks at the picture of your letter and keys in a code for where it goes... That code is related to the picture and the bar code #...That information is sent back to the machine....Later when the mail is rerun through the machine again it reads the neon orange barcode and looks up the # and sees where it should be sorted to....

all well and good.. But it doesn't have to take a overly paranoid mind to see that a data base of mail could be stored with ease and with OCR anyone's true physical address could be recorded and tracked with a good track record ... Receiving or sending would not matter for both could be tracked....

technology convince with the ability to be misused to track citizens

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

can you see god?

So I woke up last night after the coast to coast am show ended... and of course when your nice and warm you have to pee... so after taking care of that i put the video of dale pond on the computer so i could absorb it in my sleep... well that didnt really work cuse listening to him made my mind race in a milliion different ways... so to give you a hint i came up with this about 6:30 am... I am not going to go into what this means right now... but some of you will see nothing with it... others will see a little pattern... others will see harmonics of sound... others will see the patterns of freq. and imbeded atoms,photons,quarks, etc... others will see god....
well here is the window :)

see my other post about SVP and dale pond...
its a 10 x 10 cube... if that helps... it goes on to infinty in both the x and y directions... and im trying to figure out what the Z pattern will look like...
more to come soon... peace and love... Az

Tuesday, February 21, 2006


Come on people are we that lazy that we cant come up with a anti-perspirant and deodorant that doesn't use Aluminum and that actually works?
Im ready to say screw it and start stinking up the world...

it seems like we are just guinea pigs in a experiment to see what different chemicals poison us the most...

Not only do I have to throw out all my Teflon pans but eating out will get you as well... And the food you buy... Well was part of it prepared with a Teflon coated object?

Mine has a built in automatic coffie cup holder

Something on the lighter side ... :)


ABBOTT: Super Duper computer store. Can I help you?
COSTELLO: Thanks. I'm setting up an office in my den and I'm thinking
about buying a computer.
COSTELLO: No, the name's Lou.
ABBOTT: Your computer?
COSTELLO: I don't own a computer. I want to buy one.
COSTELLO: I told you, my name's Lou.
ABBOTT: What about Windows?
COSTELLO: Why? Will it get stuffy in here?
ABBOTT: Do you want a computer with Windows?
COSTELLO: I don't know. What will I see when I look at the windows?
ABBOTT: Wallpaper.
COSTELLO: Never mind the windows. I need a computer and software.
ABBOTT: Software for Windows?
COSTELLO: No. On the computer! I need something I can use to write
proposals track expenses and run my business. What do you have?
ABBOTT: Office.
COSTELLO: Yeah, for my office. Can you recommend anything?
ABBOTT: I just did.
COSTELLO: You just did what?
ABBOTT: Recommend something.
COSTELLO: You recommended something?
COSTELLO: For my office?
COSTELLO: OK, what did you recommend for my office?
ABBOTT: Office.
COSTELLO: Yes, for my office!
ABBOTT: I recommend Office with Windows.
COSTELLO: I already have an office with windows! OK, let's just say
I'm sitting at my computer and I want to type a proposal. What do I need?
COSTELLO: What word?
ABBOTT: Word in Office.
COSTELLO: The only word in office is office.
ABBOTT: The Word in Office for Windows.
COSTELLO: Which word in office for windows?
ABBOTT: The Word you get when you click the blue "W".
COSTELLO: I'm going to click your blue "w" if you don't start with
some straight answers. What about financial bookkeeping? You have
I can track my money with?
ABBOTT: Money.
COSTELLO: That's right. What do you have?
ABBOTT: Money.
COSTELLO: I need money to track my money?
ABBOTT: It comes bundled with your computer.
COSTELLO: What's bundled with my computer?
ABBOTT: Money.
COSTELLO: Money comes with my computer?
ABBOTT: Yes. No extra charge.
COSTELLO: I get a bundle of money with my computer? How much?
ABBOTT: One copy.
COSTELLO: Isn't it illegal to copy money?
ABBOTT: Microsoft gave us a license to copy Money.
COSTELLO: They can give you a license to copy money?

A few days later..............
ABBOTT: Super Duper computer store. Can I help you?
COSTELLO: How do I turn my computer off?
ABBOTT: Click on "START".......

It's up to you

A wise sage helped me the other day to realize that the feeling of helplessness about the changing world is a false feeling... And that's exactly what evil wants... For us to feel helpless, and do nothing, because we think we cant do anything....

But the truth is we ALL have the power to make a difference... All it takes is one person to change the whole world... Just one... And take a guess who it is... yep ... YOU!!!

Thoughts, actions, or whatever you can do WILL make a difference... NEVER GIVE UP!!! ... For when you do .. They win... And personally I would rather be dead then live in a world created by them...

I for one will not give up the fight... And will last until we win or until they kill me.... For now I realize that if I don't fight for what I truly believe in.. Then I am already dead...

I will leave you with this war mantra... For it is a war... Not only for the world of our children and our children's children but for your very soul.... See you on the battle field... Peace, LOVE and knowledge!!!

Dylan Thomas
"Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night"

Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Though wise men at their end know dark is right,
Because their words had forked no lightning they
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright
Their frail deeds might have danced in a
green bay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Wild men who caught and sang the sun in flight,
And learn, too late, they grieved it on its way,
Do not go gentle into that good night.

Grave men, near death, who see with blinding sight
Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay,
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

And you, my father, there on the sad height,
Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray.
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Sympathetic Vibratory Physics - John W. Keely's Sacred Science


I watched a video the other night on Sympathetic Vibratory Physics by Dale Pond.. and for the first time in 14 years the toughts and questions in my head started to make sense.... A professor I had in collage opened some doors in my mind and I am finally starting to see what is REALLY behind the doors.... Thank you my liege for you will always be honored...

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Deja vu

hummm... my very first thought was... can these people say what is going to happen next or in cases where they say they have been there before.. whats around the next corner... that would help sort out the people with a actual chemical imbalence(or whatever they say it is) and the people that are dreaming a possible future and only recall that dream when they are placed into that situation...Az

When deja vu is more than just an odd feeling

story link

Sufferers of chronic deja vu are sure they've really been there, done that. Sharon Kirkey reports.

Sharon Kirkey, The Ottawa Citizen
Published: Monday, February 13, 2006

British researchers are embarking on what they're calling the world's first study of chronic deja vu, a condition where people can recite details of situations or people they've never before encountered.

One retired electrical engineer who complained to his family doctor that he had an awful sensation of deja vu was told to go to a memory clinic.

"He said, 'Well there's no point. I've already been before', " says Dr. Chris Moulin, a psychologist and memory researcher at the University of Leeds.

Except he hadn't.

Another woman stopped playing tennis in the firm, but mistaken, belief she was playing the same rallies over and over again.

Another man insisted he'd already been to his friend's funeral.

The phenomenon, which may affect one in 200 people with memory problems, is unlike the fleeting, eerie feeling people get from time to time that they've experienced something before, and that they know what's going to happen next.

Instead, chronic deja vu sufferers are constantly overcome by the sensation something new has happened before. Depression is common, and some sufferers are initially misdiagnosed with epilepsy or labelled "delusional" and put on anti-psychotic drugs.

Social interactions become impossible, Dr. Moulin says, because people think they've met everyone before, "which means they're overly trusting of people, and possibly inappropriately friendly."

Since word of his study was published last month in a University of Leeds newsletter, Dr. Moulin has been inundated with e-mails from people convinced they have chronic deja vu; one Canadian woman said it described her mother perfectly. Another thought she was going mad until she read the story online.

Dr. Moulin says studying deja vu can help better understand the relationship between feelings and consciousness and states associated with memory and how memory functions.

One patient who travelled to Europe for the first time complained he'd been everywhere before.

"They're really quite striking. The most important thing for us, scientifically, is they're not confused by mundane, repetitive events. It's almost like the more novel and the more striking the event is, the more likely they are to get these sensations of deja vu," says Dr. Moulin. That suggests they're not making it up.

French for "already seen," deja vu was first described in the 1840s, and references in literature abound. In David Copperfield, Charles Dickens writes of the feeling "that comes over us occasionally, of what we are saying and doing have been said and done before," of knowing "perfectly what will be said next, as if we suddenly remember it!"

In fact, deja vu is a common memory error, one thought to happen more often to younger people and those with a higher educational background.

Dr. Moulin explains it this way: Deja vu is a feeling or conflict of two opposing sensations -- one, which is the feeling of familiarity, the other the objective knowledge that you haven't encountered the situation before.

Our memory system is organized in such a way that when information is recalled and retrieved, it triggers a feeling that guides our behaviour, telling us whether what we're thinking is a memory, daydream or fantasy.

The temporal lobe, the portion of the brain behind the ears, is thought to be where deja vu originates. In normal deja vu, and in people with chronic deja vu, that area becomes overactive, triggering the sensation of remembering, Dr. Moulin says, "when you're not actually remembering at all."

In experiments, the Leeds team has begun inducing deja vu in healthy student volunteers. Volunteers are asked to remember specific words, and then hypnotized to forget them. Then they're shown the words again to provoke a feeling they've seen the words before. The researchers have been able to stimulate deja vu in half the volunteers. The next step will be to reproduce deja vu while their brains are being imaged to see what areas of the brain are activated, work that may lead to more effective treatments.

© The Ottawa Citizen 2006

WTF is wrong with people???

Here is a quote from my boss Irene Lewis that was in a email from her today.
The secret to happiness is not in doing what one likes to do, but in liking what one has to do. - unknown

And like one of my past supervisors here that said... "The young and the old don't need health insurance." - Jeff white...

I am sorry but that quote from Irene today has made me sick...In more ways then I can relate right now.... This is the mindset I have to deal with everyday....
I am starting to understand what is wrong with me.... It is the people I am surrounded by... HELP ME!!!!!... I have fallen into a mindless sheeple zombie nightmare...

Am I the only person that can see something odd going on? or is this normal... ??? thanks for the mercury laden fish.... but no thanks...

shattered world view

I have notice a trend of either me loosing my sanity or I am waking up and seeing the world in a different light ... A little more clear... Maybe clearer then I ever have before ...

I am almost to the point where there is no one I can really talk to or have a open discussion with because what I say ends up conflicting with their "world view" and we all know what happens when a persons world view is threatened... They blindly fight what ever idea you have...

I am even more surprised by the tendency of the people on this planet (yes I am a victim as well, but currently purging my mind of that virus) to believe anything told to them, as long as it fits what they want to hear or see or believe... Then argue with false data and outright misconceptions...

I guess I have underestimated the desire... No... The absolute necessity of the human mind....

over the years I have learned not to express my views or ideas... And lately as I feel like I am closer and closer to the edge of a major breakthrough there has been less and less people that I can express my ideas to... And even those that I can only get a small part of that's actually rattling around inside my scull before I can see the eyes glaze over or the anger from a world view shattered and the absolute need to convince me that their view is the correct one...

as time is getting closer (some of you know what I mean) I am seeing more and more what most people call coincidences. I am running into them daily.. And at times a stream of intermingled and complex patterns... I have chosen to follow there path... For personal reasons.. To see where they lead me... At times I try to give you all a glance... But most of the time I am dismissed as a little "out there" ... I will miss you all... But for me there is no other path... For I will not be distracted any more... Peace, long life and may our paths cross again in love, health and happiness...

Monday, February 13, 2006

"Frequently consider the connection
of all things
in the universe."
- Marcus Aurelius (121-180 A.D.)

Fuel Choices for American Security Act

Fuel Choices for American Security Act

from page 3
(6) in 2004 alone, the United States sent $103,000,000,000 to undemocratic countries, some of which use revenues to support terrorism and spread ideology hostile to the United States, as documented by the Council on Foreign Relations;


What America's Users Spend on Illegal Drugs 1988–1998
In 1997, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), working with Abt Associates Inc., reported that Americans spent an estimated $57 billion to $91 billion per year between 1988 and 1995 for illicit drugs and for licit drugs used illegally.

soooo... just as a roundish #'s thing... americans spend around the same amount on illegal drugs as the USA sends to "undemocratic countries" for OIL.... (not total $$ for oil, just "undemocratic countries") so again i am going to restate something i came up with a year or so ago...its o offshoot of the old anti drug ad... you know "use drugs and your supporting terrorism!!!"
where is the "Use gas/oil and your supporting terrorism!!!"

Thursday, February 09, 2006

where is aztlan?

sorry i havnt posted anything in a few days... should be able to this weekend... well since being informed about the layoffs at work they have me doing msoc timings for another group... basicly its timeing the different things we do so the outsourced people that get our jobs will be rated on how good they are doing there job compaired to the timeings... im bored as hell and dont have access to a computer so i have been reading The Elegant Universe...
peace and love...

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Bill Hicks

Bill Hicks on The A-List
1 min 22 sec

Bill Hicks Chicago
53 min 37 sec

Videos above are free !!! :)

Bio By http://www.billhicks.com/
With American comedian Bill Hicks there was always an awareness of other people, of how our society links together. With this came an idealism and a vision of what the world could be. But first he had to slay all the "fevered egos" polluting the planet. He saw himself as a flame, Shiva The Destroyer, using comedy as a weapon to expose truths and show people how governments are screwing us every day of our lives. He also happened to be achingly funny such was the accuracy of his comedy. At the age of 13 Bill Hicks did his first gig. Six weeks before his death, aged 32, he did the last. In the intervening years he frequently did over 250 gigs a year. He tried to reach as many people as possible, to put them in touch with inner and outer space in a majestic flight of one consciousness thinking. Those he inspired haven't lost the ability to take a ride.

People use and misuse the word "tragedy" all the time. It seems to accompany the death of anybody famous. But the real definition of tragedy evokes a sense of loss and poignancy, a sense of someone dying before they really gave everything they had to offer. Without hyperbole, Bill Hicks' death was a tragedy, for there was so much still to come from this creative, imaginative talent. When he died in 1994 the world lost a rare talent, but his spirit and philosophy still live on.

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Tuesday, February 07, 2006

A vision ... Bill hicks

The world is like a ride at a amusement park.

When you choose to go on it,
you think that its real.

Because that's how powerful our minds are.

The ride goes up, and down, round and round.
It has thrills and chills, its very brightly colored, and its very loud.

Its fun for a while.

Some people have been on the ride for a long time,
and they begin to question.

Is this real? Or is this just a ride?

Other people have remembered, and they come back to us.
And they say... Hey, don't worry. Don't be afraid.... Ever...

Because,.. This is just a ride...

And we... Kill these people...
"shut him up, we have a lot invested in this ride, shut him up!"
"look at my furrows of worry, my large bank account, and my family... This has to be real"

Its just a ride.
But we always kill those good guys that try to tell us that,
and let the demons run amok.

But it doesn't matter because....

Its just a ride,

and we can change it ,
anytime we want.

Its only a choice.
no effort,
no work,
no job,
no saving of money.

A choice.

Right now.

Between fear and love

The eyes of fear wants you to put bigger locks on your door, buy guns, close yourself off.

The eyes of love, instead, see all of us as one.

I am going to share with you a vision I had...

You know all that money we spend on nuclear weapons and defense... Trillions of dollars...


If we spent that money feeding, clothing and educating the poor of the world..
and that would pay for it many times over..

Not one human being excluded.

Not one human being excluded !!!

We can explore space...


Both inner and outer...


In peace

Tonight's news

Today a young man on acid...
Realized that all mater is merely energy, condensed to a slow vibration...
That we are all one consciousness, experenceing itself subjectively...
There is no such thing as death...
Life is only a dream, and we are only the imagination of ourselves......

Here's tom with the weather... - bill hicks


Hope has no other desire
but to fulfill itself.

Monday, February 06, 2006

Hydrogen Fuel Systems

The United Nuclear Hydrogen Fuel System Kit converts your existing vehicle to run on Hydrogen.

Switch To Hydrogen!
The United Nuclear Hydrogen Fuel System Kit converts your existing vehicle to run on Hydrogen.
Complete kits will soon be available for various late-model cars & trucks as well as individual system components for those who choose to assemble their own kits.
Included in the kits (and also available separately) is our solar powered Hydrogen Generator that manufactures the Hydrogen fuel for your vehicle at virtually zero cost.
Simply put, you never have to buy Gasoline again.
Since there are no major changes made to your engine, you can still run your vehicle on Gasoline at any time.
We now have over 50,000 trouble-free miles on our prototype vehicles. We are currently fleet-testing our systems and are in final preparation for sales to the general public.

also under the
Scientific Equipment & Supplies
they got AEROGEL !!!!

hummm can we say capacitor!!!!

What is Aerogel?

Aerogel is made from Silicon Dioxide, the same material as ordinary Glass,
only 1,000 times less dense.

Aerogel (also called 'frozen smoke' because of its hazy blue appearance), is a truly remarkable material.
It is the lightest and lowest-density solid known to exist, and holds an unbelievable 15 entries in the Guinness Book of World Records, including best insulator and lowest density solid.
Aerogel is composed of 99.8% air and is chemically similar to ordinary glass.

Being the world's lightest known solid, it weighs only three times that of air.

When handled, Aerogel feels like a very light, hard foam. Being chemically similar to glass, it also happens to shatter like glass, yet is incredibly strong structurally, and can support thousands of times its own weight. Theoretically, a block weighing less than a pound could support a weight of half a ton.
Due to its microstructure, Aerogel is a powerful desiccant, rapidly absorbing any moisture in your fingertips when held. This usually leaves some dry spots on the skin that disappear in a short time.
Aerogel's true strength is its incredible insulating properties. It negates just about any kind of
energy transfer - thermal, electrical or acoustic.
A one-inch thick Aerogel window has the same insulation value as 15 panes of glass and trapped air - which means a conventional window would have to be ten-inches thick to equal a one-inch thick Aerogel window.

Aerogel's density is just 3 milligrams per cubic centimeter.
Its melting point is 2,200 degrees F (1,200 degrees C).

A large panel of Aerogel was most recently used by NASA in the Stardust mission, which successfully collected collect comet & interstellar dust samples & returned them to Earth. Previously, it was used in the Mars Pathfinder Rover to insulate its components from the large temperature swings on Mars.

hehhehe just thinking about it makes me feel like im back in science class... lol

Iraq Pre-War Intelligence Hoax on PBS NOW

Read the full transcript of the show

hummm.. I just watched this show (124MB 25min)... things are not what they seem...

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Iraq Pre-War Intelligence

Focus on Iraq

Lawrence Wilkerson

Colin Powell's Former Chief Of Staff Wilkerson Calls Pre-War Intelligence A 'Hoax On The American People'


Powell's Former Chief of Staff Lawrence Wilkerson Calls Pre-War Intelligence a 'Hoax on the American People' Tonight on PBS Program 'NOW' Friday February 3, 12:19 pm ET

NEW YORK, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- In an interview airing tonight on the PBS weekly newsmagazine NOW, Colin Powell's former Chief of Staff Lawrence Wilkerson makes the startling claim that much of Powell's landmark speech to the United Nations laying out the Bush Administration's case for the Iraq war was false.

"I participated in a hoax on the American people, the international community, and the United Nations Security Council," says Wilkerson, who helped prepare the address.

The NOW report, which airs days before the third anniversary of Powell's speech, examines the serious doubts that existed about the key evidence being used by the American government at the very time Powell's speech was being planned and delivered.

"I recall vividly the Secretary of State walking into my office," Wilkerson tells NOW. "He said: 'I wonder what will happen if we put half a million troops on the ground in Iraq and comb the country from one end to the other and don't find a single weapon of mass destruction?'" In fact, no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq.

NOW, hosted by David Brancaccio, airs Friday nights at
8:30 on PBS (check local listings).

More on 911

Writings of a Finnish Military Expert on 911
The 9/11 Operation: A Summary

The Bombs in the WTC

The Development of Bomb Technology Related to the 9/11 Operation

Observations Suggesting the Use of Small Hydrogen Bombs

View of a Military Expert: Why the Towers of the World Trade Center Collapsed

Articles on the WTC
Collapse Examination of WTC 7
Heikki Kurttila, D.Eng, December 11, 2005

Energetic Examination of the Collapse of the North Tower of the WTC
Reijo Yli-Karjanmaa, June 18, 2005

NIST and the WTC: "Science" at the Service of an Empire
Sami Yli-Karjanmaa, July 14, 2005

The destruction of WTC-7

Articles on the Pentagon Crash
by Sami Yli-Karjanmaa
The ASCE's Pentagon Building Performance Report:
Arrogant Deception - Or an Attempt to Expose a Cover-up?!

Critical Feedback Received on the Pentagon Articles - and Responses

Comments and Questions on Jim Hoffman's Article Titled"The Pentagon No-757-Crash Theory: Booby Trap for 9/11 Skeptics"

http://www.saunalahti.fi/wtc2001/military.htm ,
http://www.saunalahti.fi/wtc2001/english.htm ,

This war on terrorism is bogus
The 9/11 attacks gave the US an ideal pretext to use force to secure its global domination
Michael Meacher
Saturday September 6, 2003
The Guardian
Massive attention has now been given - and rightly so - to the reasons why Britain went to war against Iraq. But far too little attention has focused on why the US went to war, and that throws light on British motives too. The conventional explanation is that after the Twin Towers were hit, retaliation against al-Qaida bases in Afghanistan was a natural first step in launching a global war against terrorism. Then, because Saddam Hussein was alleged by the US and UK governments to retain weapons of mass destruction, the war could be extended to Iraq as well. However this theory does not fit all the facts. The truth may be a great deal murkier.
full story at:

Is this a little out there or what?

Knowledge and/or truth will set you free... are you being kept from one or both???
If your believing everything on FOX News your not getting any of them... Because they dont have to tell the truth or be fair or accurate (ref)


Tunguska: The FireIn The Sky - Part I

Tunguska: The Fire In The Sky - Part 2

By David Talbott

Robert Felix - the next Ice Age has already begun.

Conversation for Exploration with LAURA LEE

Tuesday, February 7 2006
Robert Felix - Pentagon sees Ice Age Threat

Robert Felix has been a regular guest since 1977 with a well-docoumented alarm for a coming ice age. Now even the Pentagon agrees! He responds to a Fortune Magazine article "CLIMATE COLLAPSE: The Pentagon's Weather Nightmare-- The climate could change radically, and fast. That would be the mother of all national security issues". While sectors of government and industry are taking this issue seriously, Robert's work reaches farther into the evidence and several natural geophysical cycles than Pentagon think tanks, and spells a more urgent picture of abrupt climate change. NEWS ARTICLE:
CLIMATE COLLAPSE: The Pentagon's Weather Nightmare

About the AuthorRobert Felix wrote the most definitive book on a coming Ice Age, "Not by Fire but by Ice" and has a three-hour audio book, "Ice Cycles: The Imminent Return of the Ice Age." Hosted by Laura Lee, this audio book includes chapters on a magnetic field reversal and its implications that were left out of the book. Today, Felix continues his research, posting new supporting evidence on his website. He is more firmly convinced than ever that the next Ice Age has already begun.

Listen to the last time he was on LL show


Australian company's air motor technology is based on a unique rotary piston concept. "Different from conventional air motors, the Engineair motor has virtually eliminated internal wear and friction and offers superior performance at a wide variety of application requirements."


The Celestine Prophecy Movie

Plot Summary for The Celestine Prophecy (2006)

Disillusioned and temporarily rudderless, John Woodson is about to experience a dramatic and profound metamorphosis. Through a mysterious set of coincidences, he finds himself on an adventure to Peru in search of ancient scrolls, known as the Celestine Prophecy. The prophecy and its nine key insights, predict a new awakening that redefines human life and provides a glimpse into a completely spiritual culture on earth. Resistant at first, skeptical and unsure, John finds that each step he takes, each person he encounters leads him to a new awakening. It is only in this letting go that he finds his destiny and comes to understand the meaning that had escaped him when his adventure began.

Summary written by James Redfield



- 1 -We are discovering again that we live in a deeply mysterious world, full of sudden coincidences and synchronistic encounters that seem destined.

- 2 -As more of us awaken to this mystery, we will create a completely new worldview - redefining the universe as energetic and sacred.

- 3 -We will discover that everything around us, all matter, consists of and stems from a divine energy that we are beginning to see and understand.

- 4 -From this perspective, we can see that humans have always felt insecure and disconnected from this sacred source, and have tried to take energy by dominating each other. This struggle is responsible for all human conflict.

- 5 -The only solution is to cultivate a personal reconnection with the divine, a mystical transformation that fills us with unlimited energy and love, extends our perception of beauty, and lifts us into a Higher-Self Awareness.

- 6 -In this awareness, we can release our own pattern of controlling, and discover a specific truth, a mission, we are here to share that helps evolve humanity toward this new level of reality.

- 7 -In pursuit of this mission, we can discover an inner intuition that shows us where to go and what to do, and if we make only positive interpretations, brings a flow of coincidences that opens the doors for our mission to unfold.

- 8 -When enough of us enter this evolutionary flow, always giving energy to the higher-self of everyone we meet, we will build a new culture where our bodies evolve to ever higher levels of energy and perception.

- 9 -In this way, we participate in the long journey of evolution from the Big Bang to life's ultimate goal: to energize our bodies, generation by generation, until we walk into a heaven we can finally see.

Sneak Previews

And you know where I am going to be :)
Mystic Journeys
333 Merrimon Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801
Contact: Winn

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Saturday, April 1st
Sunday, April 2nd

A door of opportunity

run like hell

Friday, February 03, 2006

Destruction is not the law of humans. Man lives freely only by his readiness to die, if need be, at the hands of his brother, never by killing him. Every murder or other injury, no matter for what cause, committed or inflicted on another is a crime against humanity. - Mohandas Gandhi

Prof. Jones exposes 9/11 as an inside job by perps in the U.S. Administration


AOL to Implement E-mail Certification Program

"AOL announced on January 30 that it will phase out its Enhanced Whitelist service in June in favour of Goodmail CertifiedEmail, which carries an as yet unspecified per-message fee. Until now, a mailing list gets on the AOL whitelist by following good e-mail practices, such as cleaning up dead addresses, making it easy for people to leave mailing lists, and of course not sending any spam. This is all going to be thrown out the window and replaced with the payment of hard currency to Goodmail. People who can afford to pay this fee will have the privilege of reaching AOL subscribers, others will end up in junk folders. Yahoo is expected to follow down the same path."

full story at:

Once again we see how $$ prevails above the good of the internet in general or the actual consumer... if you pay enough $$ they will let spam go through to all there customers...

don't want it... Do bad ... They were paid to allow spam in your inbox...

and why shouldn't the ISP's or mail provider make some extra $$ from spamers... and of course... the next logical (greed induced idea) is to also charge the customer extra to NOT receive the spam... so they get extra $$ from the spamer or from the consumer... eather way its looking bad for the consumer....

New device fights tooth decay with electricity

Good idea cept for the whole fluoride-based gel... How long are are we going to tolerate the govt. and corporations poisoning us?

Google search for "fluoride"

Acetone as a Fuel Additive

Acetone In Fuel Said to Increase Mileage - Acetone said to improve the fuel's ability to vaporize completely by eliminating the surface tension that causes an increase in particulate vaporization temperature. (PESN; March 18, 2005)

A growing number of people are reporting their results, as tabulated here. Most have noted modest increased mileage (e.g. 2-15%), more power, more stable idle, faster start-up, cleaner emmissions. Part of that improvement is likely to be from the cleaning of the engine that the acetone accomplishes, without impinging lubricity. A few have not seen an increase in mileage at the concentration of acetone they tried. Too much acetone decreases mileage. Some have reported that Alcohol in the fuel tends to reduce the positive effects of acetone. No one has yet reported damage to their engine from acetone being added to the fuel. Several have soaked fuel components in pure acetone for extended periods and have not seen substantial effect other than some minor swelling.

Freequently Asked Questions regarding Acetone's Effect on Mileage and Performance

Acetone In Fuel Said to Increase Mileage
Readily-available chemical added to gas tank in small proportion improves the fuel's ability to vaporize completely by reducing the surface tension that inhibits vaporization of some fuel droplets.

Acetone and Lubricity of Fuel; Ester Supplements Could Help
Acetone's positive results in mileage, idle, emissions, power, come in part from its engine cleaning effect, removing the carbon build-up. Does acetone degrade lubricity, creating long-term wear issues? Data from years of acetone use do not show unusual wear. Esters purported to afford added protection.

The End of the Internet?

Jeff Chester
posted February 1, 2006

The nation's largest telephone and cable companies are crafting an alarming set of strategies that would transform the free, open and nondiscriminatory Internet of today to a privately run and branded service that would charge a fee for virtually everything we do online.

Verizon, Comcast, Bell South and other communications giants are developing strategies that would track and store information on our every move in cyberspace in a vast data-collection and marketing system, the scope of which could rival the National Security Agency. According to white papers now being circulated in the cable, telephone and telecommunications industries, those with the deepest pockets--corporations, special-interest groups and major advertisers--would get preferred treatment. Content from these providers would have first priority on our computer and television screens, while information seen as undesirable, such as peer-to-peer communications, could be relegated to a slow lane or simply shut out.

Under the plans they are considering, all of us--from content providers to individual users--would pay more to surf online, stream videos or even send e-mail. Industry planners are mulling new subscription plans that would further limit the online experience, establishing "platinum," "gold" and "silver" levels of Internet access that would set limits on the number of downloads, media streams or even e-mail messages that could be sent or received.

To make this pay-to-play vision a reality, phone and cable lobbyists are now engaged in a political campaign to further weaken the nation's communications policy laws. They want the federal government to permit them to operate Internet and other digital communications services as private networks, free of policy safeguards or governmental oversight. Indeed, both the Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are considering proposals that will have far-reaching impact on the Internet's future. Ten years after passage of the ill-advised Telecommunications Act of 1996, telephone and cable companies are using the same political snake oil to convince compromised or clueless lawmakers to subvert the Internet into a turbo-charged digital retail machine.

The telephone industry has been somewhat more candid than the cable industry about its strategy for the Internet's future. Senior phone executives have publicly discussed plans to begin imposing a new scheme for the delivery of Internet content, especially from major Internet content companies. As Ed Whitacre, chairman and CEO of AT&T, told Business Week in November, "Why should they be allowed to use my pipes? The Internet can't be free in that sense, because we and the cable companies have made an investment, and for a Google or Yahoo! or Vonage or anybody to expect to use these pipes [for] free is nuts!"

The phone industry has marshaled its political allies to help win the freedom to impose this new broadband business model. At a recent conference held by the Progress and Freedom Foundation, a think tank funded by Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and other media companies, there was much discussion of a plan for phone companies to impose fees on a sliding scale, charging content providers different levels of service. "Price discrimination," noted PFF's resident media expert Adam Thierer, "drives the market-based capitalist economy."

Net Neutrality

To ward off the prospect of virtual toll booths on the information highway, some new media companies and public-interest groups are calling for new federal policies requiring "network neutrality" on the Internet. Common Cause, Amazon, Google, Free Press, Media Access Project and Consumers Union, among others, have proposed that broadband providers would be prohibited from discriminating against all forms of digital content. For example, phone or cable companies would not be allowed to slow down competing or undesirable content.

Without proactive intervention, the values and issues that we care about--civil rights, economic justice, the environment and fair elections--will be further threatened by this push for corporate control. Imagine how the next presidential election would unfold if major political advertisers could make strategic payments to Comcast so that ads from Democratic and Republican candidates were more visible and user-friendly than ads of third-party candidates with less funds. Consider what would happen if an online advertisement promoting nuclear power prominently popped up on a cable broadband page, while a competing message from an environmental group was relegated to the margins. It is possible that all forms of civic and noncommercial online programming would be pushed to the end of a commercial digital queue.

But such "neutrality" safeguards are inadequate to address more fundamental changes the Bells and cable monopolies are seeking in their quest to monetize the Internet. If we permit the Internet to become a medium designed primarily to serve the interests of marketing and personal consumption, rather than global civic-related communications, we will face the political consequences for decades to come. Unless we push back, the "brandwashing" of America will permeate not only our information infrastructure but global society and culture as well.

Why are the Bells and cable companies aggressively advancing such plans? With the arrival of the long-awaited "convergence" of communications, our media system is undergoing a major transformation. Telephone and cable giants envision a potential lucrative "triple play," as they impose near-monopoly control over the residential broadband services that send video, voice and data communications flowing into our televisions, home computers, cell phones and iPods. All of these many billions of bits will be delivered over the telephone and cable lines.

Video programming is of foremost interest to both the phone and cable companies. The telephone industry, like its cable rival, is now in the TV and media business, offering customers television channels, on-demand videos and games. Online advertising is increasingly integrating multimedia (such as animation and full-motion video) in its pitches. Since video-driven material requires a great deal of Internet bandwidth as it travels online, phone and cable companies want to make sure their television "applications" receive preferential treatment on the networks they operate. And their overall influence over the stream of information coming into your home (or mobile device) gives them the leverage to determine how the broadband business evolves.

Mining Your Data

At the core of the new power held by phone and cable companies are tools delivering what is known as "deep packet inspection." With these tools, AT&T and others can readily know the packets of information you are receiving online--from e-mail, to websites, to sharing of music, video and software downloads.

These "deep packet inspection" technologies are partly designed to make sure that the Internet pipeline doesn't become so congested it chokes off the delivery of timely communications. Such products have already been sold to universities and large businesses that want to more economically manage their Internet services. They are also being used to limit some peer-to-peer downloading, especially for music.

But these tools are also being promoted as ways that companies, such as Comcast and Bell South, can simply grab greater control over the Internet. For example, in a series of recent white papers, Internet technology giant Cisco urges these companies to "meter individual subscriber usage by application," as individuals' online travels are "tracked" and "integrated with billing systems." Such tracking and billing is made possible because they will know "the identity and profile of the individual subscriber," "what the subscriber is doing" and "where the subscriber resides."

Will Google, Amazon and the other companies successfully fight the plans of the Bells and cable companies? Ultimately, they are likely to cut a deal because they, too, are interested in monetizing our online activities. After all, as Cisco notes, content companies and network providers will need to "cooperate with each other to leverage their value proposition." They will be drawn by the ability of cable and phone companies to track "content usage...by subscriber," and where their online services can be "protected from piracy, metered, and appropriately valued."

Our Digital Destiny

It was former FCC chairman Michael Powell, with the support of then-commissioner and current chair Kevin Martin, who permitted phone and cable giants to have greater control over broadband. Powell and his GOP majority eliminated longstanding regulatory safeguards requiring phone companies to operate as nondiscriminatory networks (technically known as "common carriers"). He refused to require that cable companies, when providing Internet access, also operate in a similar nondiscriminatory manner. As Stanford University law professor Lawrence Lessig has long noted, it is government regulation of the phone lines that helped make the Internet today's vibrant, diverse and democratic medium.

But now, the phone companies are lobbying Washington to kill off what's left of "common carrier" policy. They wish to operate their Internet services as fully "private" networks. Phone and cable companies claim that the government shouldn't play a role in broadband regulation: Instead of the free and open network that offers equal access to all, they want to reduce the Internet to a series of business decisions between consumers and providers.

Besides their business interests, telephone and cable companies also have a larger political agenda. Both industries oppose giving local communities the right to create their own local Internet wireless or wi-fi networks. They also want to eliminate the last vestige of local oversight from electronic media--the ability of city or county government, for example, to require telecommunications companies to serve the public interest with, for example, public-access TV channels. The Bells also want to further reduce the ability of the FCC to oversee communications policy. They hope that both the FCC and Congress--via a new Communications Act--will back these proposals.

The future of the online media in the United States will ultimately depend on whether the Bells and cable companies are allowed to determine the country's "digital destiny." So before there are any policy decisions, a national debate should begin about how the Internet should serve the public. We must insure that phone and cable companies operate their Internet services in the public interest--as stewards for a vital medium for free expression.

If Americans are to succeed in designing an equitable digital destiny for themselves, they must mount an intensive opposition similar to the successful challenges to the FCC's media ownership rules in 2003. Without such a public outcry to rein in the GOP's corporate-driven agenda, it is likely that even many of the Democrats who rallied against further consolidation will be "tamed" by the well-funded lobbying campaigns of the powerful phone and cable industry.

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Downsized in ATL

A few weeks ago the team i work with was told that Bellsouth was downsizing... "to stay competive" is the catch phrase of this lay off.... and that we might be included in the group...

BellSouth to slash 1,500 managers
BellSouth Culls Middle Management
BellSouth Trims 1,500 Management Jobs
BellSouth to Slash 1,500 Management Jobs
A pink slip in your stocking?
google search "Bellsouth 1500 layoffs"

well this week the fourth quarter #'s are in and bellsouth made a profit... but not enough for someone... the big reason.... Hurricane Katrina...

The Atlanta-based company said it earned $618 million, or 34 cents a share, for the three months ending Dec. 31, compared to a profit of $1.36 billion, or 74 cents a share, in the same period a year ago.

Revenue in the quarter rose 1.9 percent to $5.24 billion, compared to $5.15 billion in the same three-month period a year ago.

Revenue in the fourth quarter was reduced by $48 million due to Hurricane Katrina-related billing credits, and the company estimated that 60,000 access lines were disconnected in the affected area. BellSouth had estimated in September that the future cost to restore its network would be about $400 million to $600 million. The company said Wednesday that it now expects the cost to total $700 million to $900 million. It only expects about $250 million of that cost to be covered by insurance.

BellSouth Fourth-Quarter Profit Plummets
BellSouth Fourth-Quarter Profit Plummets
link here:
BellSouth Profits Head South
google search "bellsouth quarter loss"

today my group was informed about which groups of managers were going to get cut
4 different pay levels... volunteers then forced layoffs if they dont get enough people to take the volunteer package....
14 from the big guys...
8 from the group below them
8 from the group below them
0 from my group...

but there is one condition.. all temp managers will be let go... no voluntary severance packages... no volunteers... all...everyone...

so of the 1500 layoffs that were said
"Most of the reductions are expected to occur through the acceptance of voluntary severance packages" (ref)
this really doesnt sound like its true

hummm... so basicly i lost my job because of Katrina... and its cheeper to get rid of "temp managers" because there is no severance packages for us...

i moved here to Atlanta in Aug. 04 from Asheville NC for this job... the whole time being promised that a permantant job was right around the corner..
Why Bellsouth in Atl?...
Because I was working for a call center doing bellsouth DSL tech support and training new DSL tech support agents... and my "bellsouth" job there was outsourced to the phillipines and India... but you probally know that if you have bellsough DSL and called techsupport in the past year and a half...

So in the past 3.5 years i have been outsourced in Asheville and downsized in Atlanta by the same company...Bellsouth...

The real WHY for Iraq and soon to be Iran

Thursday, February 02, 2006

VIEW: Iran’s real crime? —S Imam

If Iran starts its own euro-denominated oil bourse and it takes off, the US dollar — already an ailing currency due to huge deficits in the US economy — will be marginalised as the global currency. Iran is taking a calculated risk

Iran proposes to set up by March 2006 an “oil/energy bourse” for trading based on the euro, rather than the US dollar. While it may seem innocuous, this represents a grave threat to the continued global hegemony of the United States and as such its ailing economy.

Oil trade based on the US dollar gained strength when Saudi Arabia agreed to join it after the US government’s decision to de-link its currency from gold. Since the 1970s, the OPEC countries have agreed to sell oil for US dollars only. This means that every country needing to import oil must first acquire enough US dollars. Today most of the oil trading takes place on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and the London-based International Petroleum Exchange (IPE). The net result is global hegemony of the US dollar.

However, if Iran starts its own euro-denominated oil bourse and it takes off, the US dollar — already an ailing currency due to huge deficits in the US economy — will be marginalised as the global currency.

Iran is taking a calculated risk and hoping that enough countries have an interest in a “petro-euro” market to contain American aggression. Many central banks around the world are already quietly shedding their dollar reserves, nervous that America’s economic fundamentals ($500 billion federal deficit, $700 billion current accounts deficit, $4.5 trillion federal debt, record business and personal debts, little savings) cannot be sustained for long, and hoping to insulate themselves from what they see as an inevitable recession. Since 2000 the US dollar has declined by a third against the euro, despite the petrodollar arrangement.

Europe is eager, meanwhile, to enjoy more of the “virtuous circle” that results from supplying a major reserve currency: a ready market for its currency and guaranteed reinvestment as euro-holders plant their money in European markets. President Vladimir Putin of Russia, too, has also expressed interest in switching from dollars to euros. Russia would benefit from getting paid for its exports in a stronger currency. This would also represent a political victory over America after 15 years of watching its (Russia’s) clients and assets in the oil-rich Caspian region co-opted by the American expansion.

It is easy to understand therefore why Iran’s nuclear programme has become the cornerstone of the US foreign policy. One of Saddam Hussein’s crimes that infuriated US and precipitated the invasion of Iraq, some analysts believe, was selling oil for euro. But Iran’s crime is even greater. It plans to launch a euro-based bourse. So how can Iran be spared?

Luckily for Iran, and unfortunately for USA, American forces in the region (deployed in the Middle East and Afghanistan) are completely bogged down. In these circumstances, an invasion of Iran can become a disastrous undertaking for US. The US strategy for now, therefore, is to stop Iran from exporting oil by securing UN Security Council resolution imposing economic sanctions on the country under the pretext of its alleged nuclear weapons programme. So far Iran seems to have played its cards well. Its only fear is that another 9/11 like incident could hand US the licence to kill anyone!

This is the only factor beyond Iran’s control. Otherwise even the threat of an attack on Iran’s nuclear installations by Israeli and/or US air force(s) cannot reverse the situation. Let’s see how far the US can push the IAEA board to refer Iran’s case to UN Security Council. The regular meeting of the IAEA board meeting is scheduled for February 2.

S Imam is a London-based journalist from Pakistan

I just watched a video called "Conspiracy... Iraq" i think it was from "2006 BSKYB docu" but not sure... found here and it talked about this very thing .. and this is the REAL reason why we went to Iraq .... because we all know that WMD's was bullshit... and this will also be the REAL reason we will attack Iran... its all because of the endless cycle of the petro-dollar...

Iran - a threat to the petrodollar?

Petrodollar Warfare: Dollars, Euros and the Upcoming Iranian Oil Bourse

How to deceive friends and influence people: Oil crisis lies

Petrodollar Theories of the War

Petrodollar or Petroeuro? A new source of global conflict

Google search for "euro denominated oil bourse"

Google search for "Iranian Oil Bourse" petrodollar

Google search for "petrodollar"

“This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous...Having said that, all options are on the table.”– President George W. Bush, February 2005