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The Holon of Ascension

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By Tom Kenyon

A Hathor Planetary Message through Tom Kenyon, posted originally January 28, 2009
It might be useful to read the post “
Earth’s Magnetic Field” (two posts before this one, or look under sidebar for “The Hathors“) I wouldn’t normally post two items with such a common source so close together, but this looks to be very interesting, on both 3D and 4D levels. Not only that, but look out for a further posting on this development in the very near future.

YOU ARE ABOUT TO enter into a highly volatile period, full of extraordinary potential, yet fraught with hazards. In March of last year we indicated that your earth’s magnetic field was experiencing perturbations and a morphing, or changing of its configuration. Your science has now discovered that this is, in fact, a reality.

In its most simple terms, there is a breach in the magnetosphere, which surrounds earth, protecting it from solar winds. Such a breach is a naturally occurring cycle, but the breadth and magnitude of this opening is quite large. It is allowing, and will allow, large volumes of plasma from the sun to enter. This will increase magnetic storms, disruptions of telecommunications, disruptions in bio-electric circuitry (such as human nervous systems), and climate change. The results of this breach and the increased charging of the magnetosphere will increase over the next several years.

Our focus in this communication is not upon the negative impacts of this breach, but upon the positive effects it opens for those who are ready.

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Obama’s Katrina & other bits from the Mainstream

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by Bill Bonner The Daily Reckoning, posted 24 March 2009

 According to Frank Rich in the International Herald Tribune, President Obama may be having a “Katrina moment.” The storm caused by AIG bonuses just keeps blowing out windows and taking off roofs. Bailouts are stupid and corrupt, of course. But they play a key role; they help divert the public’s attention, like a guy who picks a fight in front of a liquor store, while his friends rob it.

So far, a poll found that Obama himself has avoided the public’s anger. But the poor AIG executives are being hounded, even at home. Employees are “living in fear,” says one press report, as “busloads” of protesters arrive in front of their Connecticut homes. Then, the TV cameras catch these poor schmucks as they tell their sad stories. “My husband lost his job at the carwash… and now I have to see these crooks living in houses that I could never even begin to dream about.”

Here at The Daily Reckoning, we do not envy the AIG crew. Nor do we have any desire to take their money away. They stole it fair and square, as far as we’re concerned. But the lumpen are much less open minded.

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Written by aurick

26/03/2009 at 10:59 am