Tuesday, December 1, 2015

GAIA PORTAL: Crystal elementals descend from above

Crystal elementals descend from above
by ÉirePort

Crystal elementals descend from above.

Magic points are noted by all Gaia beings.

Unification becomes priority energetically.

Life paths are unveiled as individuals relax.

Portentions are released, as collectives embrace.

ÉirePort | November 30, 2015 at 22:22 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-wo

Sunday, November 29, 2015

The Blame Narrative Storyline

By American Kabuki

What do Dragon Families vs Western Banking families, BRICS alliances, Middle East and sub-Saharan proxy wars, false flags, A.I. Black Goo Hoaxes and Presidential politics have in common? The blame narrative. Storylines of who is at fault, who is your protector, and none of it empowers YOU.  Entire agencies and industries exist to create prepackaged narratives and storylines for you to believe.  Just add water and pop it into your microwave for a quick snack of "OMG! WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!"  Thing is you aren't, and motivating people with fear energy is not working so well lately.  

Everything is fucked up and nobody wants to take responsibility. To change things they all think there has to be a perp and a victim.  And usually the biggest crook is the one painted as the new savior. 

You think all the violence in the United States in accidental in a Presidential campaign year?

What if, we all dropped the nonsense and got on to the matters at hand?   WE ALL DID IT.  WE ALL FUCKED UP.  NOW LET'S UNFUCK IT ALL (and my friend Dani put it well...). 

So much has been already cleaned away. But "THEY" won't tell you that. But "THEY" know.

All the "cabal" has left is fear storylines, some really stupid illuminati young thugs spread out across the American Heartland (a policing issue really), a willing and stupid TV news machine, and crisis actors.  They don't even have nukes anymore.  And after this weekend not even their mercenaries will get paid.  And Merc's don't work for free.

Someone posted a comment on one of the blogs after the Paris attacks, wondering why it was they used crisis actors and prepackaged storylines from companies like Stratfor and recently social media like Skype and Facebook to engineer a narrative when real bullets are cheaper ...and ther conclusion was somewhat accurate.  That the controllers know the game is over and they don't want the direct energetic consequences of murder, but chaos and fear doesn't cut it either, and that has its own consequences.

I found this song on my iTunes collection. Not really sure how it got there, perhaps left over from when my daughter used my account.  Its not the first time music has "appeared" on my disk drive. Seemed to fit the moment.

"They Done Wrong / We Done Wrong"
by the White Rabbits

As they done wrong
And we done wrong
Now what makes you so certain all their finger pointing's done
As they don't know
What they been told

They say it best
They're already there
And its not
The way it seems at all

So come on now
Now shake things down tell me how everyone's gone way too soft
Cos they don't know
What it might take

They say it best
They're already there
And its not
The way it seems at all

Everybody stay where you are
Cos they don't know
What they've been told
They say it best
I'm already there
And its not what I thought it would amount to

They ain't calling us now
Now let's just make a time of it
Why you shouldn't tell me now how everyone's gone way too soft

Cos they don't know
What they've been told
They say it best
They're already there
And its not the end of the line for you
I'm already there
When it stops
Like it's supposed to

I'll be coming around
Enough's enough
I just want to get down to it

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Man Asks Mike Rowe for “Life Advice”

Man Asks Mike Rowe for “Life Advice” 

by Top Right News on October 5, 2014 in Economy, Entertainment

Seriously, this is awesome…


Hey Mike! I’ve spent this last year trying to figure out the right career for myself and I still can’t figure out what to do. I have always been a hands on kind of guy and a go-getter. I could never be an office worker. I need change, excitement, and adventure in my life, but where the pay is steady. I grew up in construction and my first job was a restoration project. I love everything outdoors. I play music for extra money. I like trying pretty much everything, but get bored very easily. I want a career that will always keep me happy, but can allow me to have a family and get some time to travel. I figure if anyone knows jobs its you so I was wondering your thoughts on this if you ever get the time! Thank you!

– Parker Hall


Hi Parker,

My first thought is that you should learn to weld and move to North Dakota. The opportunities are enormous, and as a “hands-on go-getter,” you’re qualified for the work. But after reading your post a second time, it occurs to me that your qualifications are not the reason you can’t find the career you want.

I had drinks last night with a woman I know. Let’s call her Claire. Claire just turned 42. She’s cute, smart, and successful. She’s frustrated though, because she can’t find a man. I listened all evening about how difficult her search has been. About how all the “good ones” were taken. About how her other friends had found their soul-mates, and how it wasn’t fair that she had not.

“Look at me,” she said. “I take care of myself. I’ve put myself out there. Why is this so hard?”

“How about that guy at the end of the bar,” I said. “He keeps looking at you.”

“Not my type.”

“Really? How do you know?”

“I just know.”

“Have you tried a dating site?” I asked.

“Are you kidding? I would never date someone I met online!”

“Alright. How about a change of scene? Your company has offices all over – maybe try living in another city?”

“What? Leave San Francisco? Never!”

“How about the other side of town? You know, mix it up a little. Visit different places. New museums, new bars, new theaters…?”

She looked at me like I had two heads. “Why the hell would I do that?”

Here’s the thing, Parker. Claire doesn’t really want a man. She wants the “right” man. She wants a soul-mate. Specifically, a soul-mate from her zip code. She assembled this guy in her mind years ago, and now, dammit, she’s tired of waiting!!

I didn’t tell her this, because Claire has the capacity for sudden violence. But it’s true. She complains about being alone, even though her rules have more or less guaranteed she’ll stay that way. She has built a wall between herself and her goal. A wall made of conditions and expectations. Is it possible that you’ve built a similar wall?

Consider your own words. You don’t want a career – you want the “right” career. You need “excitement” and “adventure,” but not at the expense of stability. You want lots of “change” and the “freedom to travel,” but you need the certainty of “steady pay.” You talk about being “easily bored” as though boredom is out of your control. It isn’t. Boredom is a choice. Like tardiness. Or interrupting. It’s one thing to “love the outdoors,” but you take it a step further. You vow to “never” take an office job. You talk about the needs of your family, even though that family doesn’t exist. And finally, you say the career you describe must “always” make you “happy.”

These are my thoughts. You may choose to ignore them and I wouldn’t blame you – especially after being compared to a 42 year old woman who can’t find love. But since you asked…

Stop looking for the “right” career, and start looking for a job. Any job. Forget about what you like. Focus on what’s available. Get yourself hired. Show up early. Stay late. Volunteer for the scut work. Become indispensable. You can always quit later, and be no worse off than you are today. But don’t waste another year looking for a career that doesn’t exist. And most of all, stop worrying about your happiness. Happiness does not come from a job. It comes from knowing what you truly value, and behaving in a way that’s consistent with those beliefs.

Many people today resent the suggestion that they’re in charge of the way the feel. But trust me, Parker. Those people are mistaken. That was a big lesson from Dirty Jobs, and I learned it several hundred times before it stuck. What you do, who you’re with, and how you feel about the world around you, is completely up to you.

Good luck –

P.S. I’m serious about welding and North Dakota. Those guys are writing their own ticket.

P.P.S. Think I should forward this to Claire?

HSBC whistleblower given five years’ jail over biggest leak in banking history

Hervé Falciani has sought refuge in France. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters

HSBC got the finest "justice" Chinese money could buy....  Stuff like this just makes you shake your head in disbelief at the absurdity of it all... -AK


HSBC whistleblower given five years’ jail over biggest leak in banking history

Hervé Falciani sentenced in his absence for financial espionage by federal court for exposing wrongdoing at HSBC’s private Swiss bank

Juliette Garside


Friday 27 November 2015 17.47 GMT Last modified on Friday 27 November 2015 22.43 GMT

The whistleblower who exposed wrongdoing at HSBC’s Swiss private bank has been sentenced to five years in prison by a Swiss court.

Hervé Falciani, a former IT worker, was convicted in his absence for the biggest leak in banking history. He is currently living in France, where he sought refuge from Swiss justice, and did not attend the trial.

The leak of secret bank account details formed the basis of revelations – by the Guardian, the BBC, Le Monde and other media outlets – which showed that HSBC’s Swiss banking arm turned a blind eye to illegal activities of arms dealers and helped wealthy people evade taxes.

While working on the database of HSBC’s Swiss private bank, Falciani downloaded the details of about 130,000 holders of secret Swiss accounts. The information was handed to French investigators in December 2008 and then circulated to other European governments.

It was used to prosecute tax evaders including Arlette Ricci, the heir to France’s Nina Ricci perfume empire, and to pursue Emilio Botín, the late chairman of Spain’s Santander bank.

Switzerland’s federal prosecutor had requested a record six-year term for Falciani for aggravated industrial espionage, data theft and violation of commercial and banking secrecy.

It was the longest sentence ever demanded by the confederation’s public ministry in a case of banking data theft. The trial was also the first conducted by the country’s federal criminal court in which the accused had not been present.

The defendant’s lawyers had demanded a reduced sentence, of between two and three years, “compatible with the granting of a reprieve”.

Falciani himself refused to appear in the dock, on the grounds that he would not be allowed a fair trial. He described the process as a “parody of justice”.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Japan Today: Economists are fools

Image courtesy http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/economist-financial-fantasy-land.png
I've come to the conclusion that finance is a religion, and economists are the preachers who spread the catechism of capitalism.  Problem is, a bit like how preachers haven't a clue about things spiritual, the reality of finance is quite different that the orthodox dogmas taught by economics professors.  Banking is about energy, the current of energy coming from humans (who are Source inbody), that current of energy is abstracted out by debt and converted to "currency" called money to hide where it all comes from. Why hide it? Because it comes from you and they don't want you to know it was stolen by treaties, commerce systems, and programming disguised as education.  Its your energy conglomerated into a system of control by central banks.  One of the things that used to frustrate the heck out of me was they could never tell me in college, what money really was. Similarly physics professors could never tell me what time was.  Turns out they couldn't tell me because both are illusions.   There is only energy, the flow of energy and NOW. -AK

Economists are fools
by Dan Slater for EURObiZ Japan

OPINIONS NOV. 27, 2015 - 06:41AM JST ( 12 )TOKYO —

I hate to lead with such an aggressive title, but over the years, nobody (apart from bankers) has upset me more than economists.

I have been reading the stuff published by economists for decades. In China, where I worked for 12 years, GDP growth became like a religion. Thousands of articles were written on the topic, each of them quoting economists. In the process, the glorious city of Beijing was laid waste, but that is another story.

The malign and fruitless obsession with GDP growth, and the part played by economists in encouraging it, is why I think economists are fools.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is the latest leader to fret about GDP growth. Yet this is misguided, for several reasons.

GDP growth is merely a measure of activity. What growth per se does not reveal is the nature and quality of that activity. As most economists are actually well aware of, you can maintain GDP indefinitely if you are rich enough. For example, knocking down and re-building a house is a way of generating GDP, even if the various iterations of the building show zero improvement. Of course, at some point you will run out of money.

It is clear that GDP growth is a blunt, or even ‘dumb’, way of looking at the economy. My suspicion, however, is that this is precisely why it is so popular with politicians.  Merely generating economic activity, especially in the short term, is quite easy — and, therefore, a convenient way for politicians to say they have achieved something during their term in office.

To generate GDP growth, you could build over-priced sports stadiums all over the country. Indeed, the more over-priced the said structures, the more GDP growth you will achieve — since the preferred measure is ‘nominal’ GDP, which measures the monetary amount of an activity.

Economists, of course, are clever enough to know all about the shortcomings of worshipping GDP growth, but they seem to want to make friends with policy-makers and obtain research grants, so they go along with it.

For Japan, GDP growth is especially pointless in two ways. First, it is far more important to look at GDP per person. For Japan, maintaining a non-shrinking GDP, or 0% growth, is a triumph in the face of the speed that the working population is declining.

It is a hollow triumph, however, because once the aim becomes to protect your GDP number, you do all sorts of extreme things, like using the central bank to buy up your government bonds. But by making an artificial floor, you make it impossible to know the real price of Japanese debt.

The price of government debt is the price off which all other financial instruments are abased, so you are making a mockery of your capital markets in the process. And, remember, the reason we pay bankers and economists such high salaries is that they allow us to identify the ‘true’ prices of goods and services in the economy. Only they don’t. But we still pay their level of salaries.

The distortions are obvious in other ways. Today, Japanese GDP is much bigger than it was before Abe came to power in December 2012, in yen terms. But the value of the yen has collapsed 40% against the dollar in that time. So in dollar terms, it has sharply contracted.

Everyone wants a simple metric, and GDP growth is the metric incessantly recycled in almost every article about Abenomics. The prime minister was recently brazen enough to suggest a GDP of ¥600 trillion — a typically pointless numerical figure.

That is the reason why printing money has become so central to the debate about Abenomics. Printing money should make prices go up, and that lifts nominal GDP. Hey, presto, mission accomplished!  This then leads you into truly wacky territory where rising prices — in a country where most people have been growing poorer over the last 20 years — is seen as a good thing. But, hey, nominal GDP is growing — at least in the short term.

If you choose one bad metrics, you start having to use lots of other absurd metrics to achieve the original metric. Unfortunately, none of this looks likely to change soon.

External Link: http://eurobiz.jp/

GAIA PORTAL: Blaupunkt is reached as luminescence increases

Blaupunkt is reached as luminescence increases
by ÉirePort

Blaupunkt is reached as luminescence increases.

Essences required for hu-manity elevation are distributed, and accepted.

Fortune-ates are enabled and centered in purpose.

Formularies are opened.

ÉirePort | November 27, 2015 at 10:10 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-wn

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