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Jim Marrs on Ancient Aliens, Israel, 9/11 and more

Posted 22 Aug 2014
From August 8 to 10 TCRN attended the Contact in the Desert Conference.
Derrick caught up with author, researcher and former professor Jim Marrs.
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The Conscious Resistance (TCR) Network is a new paradigm in independent media. We hope to grow to host a number of shows covering politics, activism, spirituality, gardening, music and more. Our current lineup includes:

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China, US in talks on code of conduct over South China Sea

Peace and Freedom

By Nathan King 丨

08-29-2014 06:50 BJT

Chinese and US military officials are holding two days of talks in Washington to negotiate a code of conduct on the high seas. This comes in the wake of a Chinese fighter jet having a so-called “close encounter” with a US surveillance plane near China’s Hainan Island. Although the meeting was set up before this incident, it is believed the near-miss will make a difference during the negotiations.

These talks had been previously scheduled and stem from a meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama back in March. That’s when both agreed on the need for an early formulation of a ‘code of conduct’ between both militaries when it comes to issues of air space and international waters.

However, last week’s “close encounter” in the South China Sea has brought, perhaps, more urgency to the talks. The US…

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CDC Responds: Admits Omitting Vaccine Data!

Socio-Economics History Blog

  • Published on Aug 26, 2014
    We told you recently about a new whistleblower inside the CDC. Now, we know his name: Doctor William Thompson. Doctor Thompson shared his story with Doctor Brian Hooker. Thompson says he stayed quiet for over 10 years after finding a link between vaccines in young black children and autism. Thompson says the CDC knew about this link, and purposely manipulated the evidence removing “Black Babies without birth certificates” from the study to justify their own multi-billion dollar vaccination operation.

    Belsie González, Senior Public Affairs Specialist for the CDC responded to our inquiry admitting the omission of the data based on the children’s birth certificates, here’s the statement:

    “Access to the information on the birth certificates allowed researchers to assess more complete information on race as well as other important characteristics, including possible risk factors for autism such as the child’s birth weight, mother’s…

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Energetic “transitions of grace” are enabled from all levels of being


gaia_energy1Energetic “transitions of grace” are enabled from all levels of being.

Such transitions preclude what some would call “aggressive” aspects and encourage direct conclaves of Light bodies.

“self”-aggrandizings are re-directed to “Self”-awakenings.

Higher Light potentials, aligned with Higher Cosmics, are re-tapped to enable these transitions.

Formularies are re-written.

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Breaking: CDC whistleblower Thompson in grave danger now

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Breaking: CDC whistleblower Thompson in grave danger now

by Jon Rappoport

August 22, 2014

(Note: All posts related to this story are archived here under #Vaccinegate.)

William W Thompson, PhD…the CDC whistleblower…was escorted off the premises of the CDC campus yesterday afternoon. This is what a source has just told me.

Therefore, the CDC knows Thompson is the whistleblower.

He’s in danger.

I’ve also been told that the Autism Media Channel, which had posted the video revealing Thompson’s name and outing him, is gone. The site is suddenly gone.

Threats of various kinds, at the very least, will now be applied to Thompson. Legal action, perhaps arrest, perhaps worse.

When it comes to vaccines and protecting that empire, the games are very serious. Deadly serious. The gloves come off.

People have to understand this, if Thompson disappears or shows up dead “as a suicide.”

Since Thompson isn’t, as of…

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This Happened Today… “Personal Ceremony: a Tool for Transformation and Healing”

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I appeared briefly in this class by Tracy, held in Jackson, Mississippi.

Although the class was not recorded, I feel it is worth listening to and viewing this beautiful video, which she put together for the event. It was attended by about 35 people.

Tracy’s website:

Karen Parker’s New Vibrations Network website:

We are all Beings of Light. Therefore, we are all Lightworkers.

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MUST WATCH! “Synagogue of Satan” (Full) by Andrew Carrington Hitchcock 1936-2006

Gepubliceerd op 1 nov. 2013

“”The Synagogue Of Satan,” would change the world – if didn’t, everything continues to get worse! I am not despondent though, I believe my writing will serve as a catalyst for others who are better documenters of information, better public speakers, better at using technology to get their information out there, and most importantly have the fortitude and confidence I had seven years ago.”
Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, 2013

Read the updated version of this book on-line at:

You can watch also the latest video (full documentary) on my u2b channel where 1878-2006 years are covered.
SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN Full documentary 1878-2006 by A.C.Hitchcock

Royalty free Music used in this video
Di Evantile – Doomed to immortality
K_Cruel Intent – Mark Detrie
Look at the moon’s face by Edgar Muenala
Industrial Revolution – Kevin MacLeod (
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Statue Of A Homeless Jesus Startles A Wealthy Community



April 13, 2014 4:43 AM ET

4 min 5 sec

The Rev. David Buck sits next to the Jesus the Homeless statue that was installed in front of his church, St. Alban’s Episcopal, in Davidson, N.C.

The Rev. David Buck sits next to the Jesus the Homeless statue that was installed in front of his church, St. Alban’s Episcopal, in Davidson, N.C.
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A new religious statue in the town of Davidson, N.C., is unlike anything you might see in church.

The statue depicts Jesus as a vagrant sleeping on a park bench. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church installed the homeless Jesus statue on its property in the middle of an upscale neighborhood filled with well-kept townhomes.

Jesus is huddled under a blanket with his face and hands obscured; only the crucifixion wounds on his uncovered feet give him away.

The reaction was immediate. Some loved it; some didn’t.

“One woman from the neighborhood actually called police the first time she drove by,” says David Boraks, editor of “She thought it was an actual homeless person.”

That’s right. Somebody called the cops on Jesus.

“Another neighbor, who lives a couple of doors down from the church, wrote us a letter to the editor saying it creeps him out,” Boraks added.

Some neighbors feel that it’s an insulting depiction of the son of God, and that what appears to be a hobo curled up on a bench demeans the neighborhood.

The bronze statue was purchased for $22,000 as a memorial for a parishioner, Kate McIntyre, who loved public art. The rector of this liberal, inclusive church is the Rev. David Buck, a 65-year-old Baptist-turned-Episcopalian who seems not at all averse to the controversy, the double takes and the discussion the statue has provoked.

“It gives authenticity to our church,” he says. “This is a relatively affluent church, to be honest, and we need to be reminded ourselves that our faith expresses itself in active concern for the marginalized of society.”

The sculpture is intended as a visual translation of the passage in the Book of Matthew, in which Jesus tells his disciples, “As you did it to one of the least of my brothers, you did it to me.” Moreover, Buck says, it’s a good Bible lesson for those used to seeing Jesus depicted in traditional religious art as the Christ of glory, enthroned in finery.

“We believe that that’s the kind of life Jesus had,” Buck says. “He was, in essence, a homeless person.”

This lakeside college town north of Charlotte has the first Jesus the Homeless statue on display in the United States. Catholic Charities of Chicago plans to install its statue when the weather warms up. The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., is said to be interested in one, too.

The creator is a Canadian sculptor and devout Catholic named Timothy Schmalz. From his studio in Ontario, Schmalz says he understands that his Jesus the Homeless is provocative.

“That’s essentially what the sculpture is there to do,” he says. “It’s meant to challenge people.”

He says he offered the first casts to St. Michael’s Cathedral in Toronto and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. Both declined.

A spokesman at St. Michael’s says appreciation of the statue “was not unanimous,” and the church was being restored, so a new work of art was out of the question. That statue found a home in front of the Jesuit School of Theology at the University of Toronto.

A spokesperson at St. Patrick’s in New York says they liked the homeless Jesus, but their cathedral is also being renovated and they had to turn it down.

The most high-profile installation of the bronze Jesus on a park bench will be on the Via della Conciliazione, the avenue leading to St. Peter’s Basilica — if the city of Rome approves it. Schmalz traveled to the Vatican last November to present a miniature to the pope himself.

“He walked over to the sculpture, and it was just chilling because he touched the knee of the Jesus the Homeless sculpture, and closed his eyes and prayed,” Schmalz says. “It was like, that’s what he’s doing throughout the whole world: Pope Francis is reaching out to the marginalized.”

Back at St. Alban’s in Davidson, the rector reports that the Jesus the Homeless statue has earned more followers than detractors. It is now common, he says, to see people come, sit on the bench, rest their hand on the bronze feet and pray.

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