The below article and interview from Dr. Mercola with attorney and author of 11 books on health and finance including Web of Debt, Forbidden Medicine, and Nature’s Pharmacy, Ellen Brown details her experiences, research and knowledge relating to the corrupting forces within the medical establishment and their links to the banking industry.
The article and interview are fact-based and fascinating.
Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney who has written 11 books on health and the politics of health, including the Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System (which focuses on the money and banking system itself), and Forbidden Medicine, which traces the suppression of natural health treatment back to the corrupting influences of our financial system.
The subject of aliens and Fallen Angels is a tricky one. Are all beings from other planets Fallen Angels? Do they even exist?
The Disclosure Project is by far the most convincing, fact-based and credibly documentary I’ve seen the on subject of aliens and their existence. Dr. Steven Greer is the organizer and director of the group who believes that all aliens are benevolent and wise beyond measure. But if we look at Scriptural evidence there are many other alternatives….
Jim Staley’s new The Sons of God DVD expounds on this evidence.
What is the origin of our words? Where is the headwater of our thoughts? Even if we have pure intentions, how much do we allow them to be polluted by the agendas and attitudes of others who are in bondage to their own dramas and destructive patterns?
Surely we all experience difficult situations and struggle to react to them in an honorable way (or at least we should) and are pulled in different directions that challenge our hearts and minds to find the right words that express what we feel, think and believe so that we can remain as forces of good, peace and love to those around us.
But how we do access these often-hard-to-find emotions and thoughts in the midst of chaotic, traumatic and confusing situations?
Should we tell ourselves that some people just “good” and others just “bad”? Do we ignore a “log in our own eye while trying to remove the speck from another’s“?
To add to our confusion, the body also has it’s own distinct and powerful consciousness that impacts our lives. Scientists like Bruce Lipton and Candance Pert have done remarkable research on this subject; and although any teenager will surely attest to their findings, we often forget that we are often under the will of our reactionary, foolish bodies that drive us into anger, fear and wickedness.
So, how do we escape? Will we ever “put all works of the devil under foot” to allow divine thoughts, words and actions to flow through us?
If you look into your present, past and future and see far too much anger, sadness, anxiety, and fear you have the power to transcend these influences and be resurrected into a new form, under new management, with great authority and power to cast down the cruel spirits at work, shed off our heavy flesh and bones shell, and move into a walk led by The Spirit unencumbered by these forces.
In my experience this is done by communion and conscious pursuit of God and his perfect Son, Jesus Christ.
Surely this “transcending” is a ladder that we climb and fall on, up and down, every day—sometimes closer, and sometimes farther away…
His new book “Watermelons” details how the fall of the Soviet Union led to a re-branding of communism into today’s green on the outside, red on the inside (there’s the clever part about Watermelons, get it?) political class and movements.
Delingpole’s new book details how the heart-wrenching tale of global warming is being used as a tool by these groups to install their vision of a communist utopia with their self-appointed visionaries at the head of it.
If that sounds like a conspiracy theory global check out some quotes from super-class politicians like Maurice Strong, or “green science” heros like author of “The Population Bomb“, Dr. Paul Ehrlich and Obama’s “science czar” John Holdren.
There is a consistent thread woven among them that hinges on a few key factors: 1) humans are a cancerous creature that is destroying the planet and must be controlled, 2) a global infrastructure is needed to enforce this system via taxation and other means of force, 3) overpopulation is a rampant problem and we must implement systems to sterilize the population and control it.
Check out Green-Agenda.com for some revealing quotes on the subject.
The kingdom of heaven can manifest itself on Earth and “put all works of the devil underfoot”, but how? How do you see people fitting into that plan? Do you think the green bugs mentioned in this article are the solution or the problem?
Many physicists today theorize the existence of alternate universes and “zero-point energy” derived from an invisible, sub-atomic “Field” of limitless power. Until very recently, this energy has not been seen with the eyes of man.
Lynee McTaggart, author of the fascinating book “The Field: The Quest for The Secret Force of The Universe” (much more empirical than it sounds) details an amazing experience recently conducted in Sweden that sends this concept spinning.
In the process, they also proved what many physicists like Hal Puthoff, director of The Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin in Texas, have maintained for many years – that empty space is not empty at all, but a plenum of energy and possibility, something that we can tap into at will.
The study was designed to offer first proof of a phenomenon known as the Casimir Effect.
Teeming with energy
In order to understand the magnitude of their discovery, it’s important to understand some things about so-called empty space. For the uninitiated, since the discovery of quantum physics, many quantum physicists have understood that empty space is not empty at all, but a place teeming with subatomic particles, constantly passing energy back and forth as if in an endless game of basketball.
All elementary particles interact through what are considered temporary or ‘virtual’ quantum particles, combining and annihilating each other in less than an instant.
The back-and-forth passes of these virtual particles, akin to two people taking turns constantly depositing and withdrawing the same amount of money from a bank, are known collectively as the Zero Point Field. The field is called “zero point” because even at temperatures of absolute zero, when all matter theoretically should stop moving, these tiny fluctuations are still detectable.
Disturbances in The Field
Although all matter is surrounded with zero-point energy, which bombards a given object uniformly, there have been some instances where disturbances in the Field could actually be measured.
One such disturbance was discovered in the 1940s, when a Dutch physicist named Hendrik Casimir demonstrated that two metal plates placed close together will actually form an attraction that appears to pull them closer together.
This is because when two plates are placed near each other, the zero-point waves between the plates are restricted to those that essentially span the gap. Since some wavelengths of the field are excluded, this leads to a disturbance in the equilibrium of the field and the result is an imbalance of energy, with less energy in the gap between the plates than in the outside empty space. This greater energy density pushes the two metal plates together, and this attractive force is called the ‘Casimir Effect.’
In the Swedish study, Wilson and his colleagues wanted to create a real demonstration of the ‘dynamical’ Casimir Effect, as predicted in the 1970s by an American physicist named Gerald Moore.
Moore had turned the Casimir Effect on its head. Instead of examining the effect of squeezing the vacuum and creating an attractive force between two plates, he believed that if you moved the plates together fast enough, you’d squash the wavelengths between them so much that the Zero Point Field would have to yield up some of its energy in the form of photons. In this way, he figured, you would transform virtual particles of light into true photons – or light beams.
To do this was no mean feat, though; you’d have to take these virtual photons and bounce them off a mirror traveling close to the speed of light.