Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Anonymous Could Unleash “Literally Explosive” Material on Bohemian Grove

Anonymous targets secretive power brokers as part of “the biggest day” in the group’s history.

The hackers’ collective Anonymous may have obtained “literally explosive” information concerning Bohemian Grove, an annual gathering of power brokers from the US and Europe set to meet this week in California, which many see as a nefarious avenue through which elitists secretly manipulate world affairs.

Bohemian Grove is a privately owned 2,700 acre compound in Monte Rio, California surrounded by giant old-growth redwood trees. Once a year it plays host to a bizarre confab attended by some of the most powerful people in the world, including many US politicians and government officials, during which participants embroil themselves in a heady mixture of plutocratic plotting and occult pagan ritual ceremonies.

The Anonymous hacking group, which has already announced its intention to occupy the entrance to the Bohemian Grove compound as a protest against the group’s secrecy, may also be about to leak a whole treasure trove of information about the organization as part of what has been dubbed “the biggest day in Anonymous’s history”.

As part of a series of hacks conducted to protest the treatment of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, to whom Anonymous has attached itself, the collective says it is about to unleash “literally explosive” material on a number of organizations, including the London Metropolitan Police and other agencies connected to the UK judicial system.

The hacks are timed to coincide with Assange’s appeal hearing against extradition, which begins today.

According to a report in the Guardian, one of the targets of the hacks could well be the Bohemian Grove club.

Speculation centres around material claimed to have been obtained last week from contractors relating to security and secrecy of “former world leaders”, or plans to target a senior leaders’ retreat at Bohemian Grove, California.

Thursday, 7 July 2011

One Step Closer to Immortality

"BBC Scientists in London created an artificial windpipe which was then coated in stem cells from the patient. Crucially, the technique does not need a donor, and there is no risk of the organ being rejected. The surgeons stress a windpipe can also be made within days. The 36-year-old cancer patient is doing well a month after the operation."

You're super rich. Your heart starts failing.
No worries, here is a new heart.

Your kidneys give up.
No worries, we'll sort that right out.

 With other advances in anti-ageing technology it looks like immortality may become a reality in the near future.

Long live the tyrants. 

Full article: BBC

Tuesday, 5 July 2011


We predict and forecast the future all the time. We do it with weather or in the stock market. People get very rich predicting the future price of oil or the future price of a stock based on events or past charts.

With weather they have gotten better with predicting the highs and lows of the day or the chance of rain. If you play the stock market and your right 65-70% of the time and you minimize your losses and maximize your gains, you will make good money over time.

This is Astrology. All you're doing is predicting the future based on past alignments of the planets. So if the planets aligned in a certain way and violence broke out in Asia 5-10 days after that alignment a couple of times in the past, then an Astrologer can predict that violence will break out in Asia in 5-10 days.

The problem occurs because the skeptic will give Astrology the 100% standard that's just silly. If the Astrologer isn't correct 100% of the time, then they're fake. The Astrologer isn't just guessing. They're predicting and forecasting the future based on past events. It's no different than looking at astock s past performence and saying the last 3 times the stock's chart looked like this the stock went up over 30%. This doesn't mean it's 100 percent certain the stock will go up.

So if you have 20 people that's born around the same time and there was the same alignment of planets and a high percentage of the group asre successful and own their own business or they're in management. Some of them are neat freaks and very ordered. If a person comes to the Astrologer and has the same or similar chart as the 20 people in the group, you can say the reason you're not happy with your current job is because you want to be in control. You probably think about running your own business or you think you can do a better job than your current manager. You might be a neat freak or you just like things to be in order. My suggestion would be to look into starting your own business on the side or seeing if there's a management program at your current job because you will probably be successful in these areas.

Again, the Astrologer will not be 100% correct but they're just making a future prediction based on data from past events. Here's a video of Skeptic Michael Shermer trying to debunk an Astrologer and it didn't work. The Astrologer turned out to have an accuracy rate of 77%.

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Operation Green Rights - Anonymous Takes On Monsanto

Monsanto, a global agricultural biotechnology corporation, is the world's leading producer of herbicide and of genetically engineered seed. The truth is, however, that Monsanto is contaminating the world with chemicals and genetically modified food crops for profit while claiming to feed the hungry and protect the environment. In 2006, AGRA, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, was established with funding from Bill Gates and The Rockefeller Foundation. Among the other founding members of, AGRA, we find: Monsanto, Novartis, Sanofi-Aventis, GlaxoSmithKline, Procter and Gamble, Merck, Mosaic, Pfizer, Sumitomo Chemical and Yara. The fact that these corporations are either chemical or pharmaceutical manufacturers is no coincidence. Climate change offers these businesses a perfect excuse to prey on the poorest countries by swooping in to "rescue" the farmers and people with their GMO crops and chemical pesticides. These corporations eradicate the traditional ways of the country's agriculture for the sake of enormous profits.
 The introduction of GMOs drastically affects a local farmers income, as the price of chemicals required for GMOs and seeds from Monsanto cripples the farmer's meager profit margins. There are even many cases of Monsanto suing small farmers after pollen from their GMO crops accidentally cross with the farmer's crops. Because Monsanto has a patent on their brand of seed, they claim the farmer is in violation of patent laws.

Anonymous, the infamous cyber 'hackivist' group, responsible for many resistance rallies and hackings of various major companies and governments has decided that these 'disgusting and inhumane practices will not be tolerated.'

 I think it's extraordinary how Anon has surely moved away from doing things for the 'lulz' to actually protesting and trying to free oppressed and enslaved people all over the world.. It truly is a revolution.

Saturday, 2 July 2011

Gaddafi vows to sting Europe like 'swarm of bees'

Libyan leader Moamar Gaddafi has threatened to launch attacks on European nations unless NATO stops its air strikes in the north African country.

The embattled leader says Libyan forces will target European "homes, offices, and families" in a series of attacks like "locusts and bees".

His message comes after France confirmed it had supplied weapons to anti-government rebels, delivering arms to Berber tribal fighters near the capital Tripoli.

Mr Gaddafi's threat was made during an audio message played to thousands of supporters gathered in Tripoli.

In the a speech to mark 100 days of the NATO military campaign, he also urged supporters to retrieve the weapons that France supplied to rebels battling his regime.

"The Libyan people are capable, one day, of taking the battle to Europe and the Mediterranean" region, Mr Gaddafi said in the message, as thousands of supporters massed in Green Square in the centre of the capital.

"They could attack your homes, your offices, your families [who] could become legitimate military targets because you have transformed our offices, headquarters, homes and children into military targets which you say are legitimate.

"If we decide to do so, we are capable of throwing ourselves on Europe like swarms of locusts or bees.

"So we advise you to back-track before you face a catastrophe."

The ever-flamboyant leader was speaking from a secret location, but his voice boomed across Tripoli's the landmark square, where the authorities were hoping to gather 1 million regime supporters.

The crowds, waving green flags and carrying portraits of Mr Gaddafi, chanted slogans of allegiance to "God, Gaddafi and Libya," while some fired guns into the air in celebration as the night sky was lit by fireworks.

"March on ... and seize the weapons that the French have supplied. If later you want to pardon them [the rebels], that's up to you," Mr Gaddafi said.

Thursday, 30 June 2011

The Real-Life Wizard Behind "Harry Potter"

The phenomenal success of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, and the film based on "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," is introducing a whole new generation of children (and their parents) to the world of magic, sorcery and alchemy.

What is not widely known, however, is that at least one of the characters - and his magical quest - referred to in "Harry Potter" is based on a real alchemist and his strange experiments.

According to the Harry Potter stories, Albus Dumbledore, the headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, earned his reputation as a great wizard due, in part, to his work on alchemy with his partner, Nicolas Flamel. And although Dumbledore, Harry and all the other teachers and students at Hogwarts are fictional, Nicholas Flamel was a real-life alchemist who dabbled in some of the most mystical corners of the magical arts, including the quest for an Elixir of Life. Some wonder, in fact, if Flamel is still alive!

When "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" was written, Flamel's age was pegged at 665 years. That would be just about right since the real Flamel was born in France around 1330. Through an astonishing series of events, he became one of the most famous alchemists of the 14th century. And his story is almost as fantastic and enchanting as Harry Potter's.

As an adult, Nicholas Flamel worked as a bookseller in Paris. It was a humble trade, but one that provided him with the relatively rare abilities to read and write. He worked from a small stall near the Cathedral of Saint-Jacques la Boucherie where, with his assistants, he copied and "illuminated" (illustrated) books.

One night, Flamel had a strange and vivid dream in which an angel appeared to him. The radiant, winged creature presented to Flamel a beautiful book with pages that seemed to be of fine bark and a cover of worked copper. Flamel later wrote down what the angel spoke to him: "Look well at this book, Nicholas. At first you will understand nothing in it - neither you nor any other man. But one day you will see in it that which no other man will be able to see."

Just as Flamel was about to take the book from the angel's hands, he awoke from his dream. Soon after, however, the dream was to weave its way into reality. One day when Flamel was working alone in his shop, a stranger approached him who was desperate to sell an old book for some much-needed money. Flamel immediately recognized the strange, copper-bound book as the one offered by the angel in his dream. He eagerly bought it for the sum of two florins.

The copper cover was engraved with peculiar diagrams and words, only some of which Flamel recognized as Greek. The pages were like none he had ever encountered in his trade. Instead of parchment, they seemed to be made from the bark of sapling trees. Flamel was able to discern from the first pages of the book that it was written by someone who called himself Abraham the Jew - "a prince, priest, Levite, astrologer and philosopher."

The strong memory of his dream and his own intuition convinced Flamel that this was no ordinary book - that it contained arcane knowledge that he feared he might not be qualified to read and understand. It could contain, he felt, the very secrets of nature and life.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

'Battery man' stuns scientists by conducting 20,000-volt current without feeling a thing

 Slavisa Pajkic has scientists scratching their heads because he can withstand high voltages without feeling a thing. Known as 'Battery Man', the machinist claims he can act as an insulator, conductor and even a heater. Videos on the internet show the 54-year-old powering up a lightbulb and cooking sausages by using energy stored in his body. Slavisa, from Pozarevac, Serbia, says he discovered his amazing talent when he was a teenager. He said: 'I was 17 years old when accidentally during work, I felt that electricity can not do anything. The rain was falling, and my colleagues made a metal fence." The fence somehow became live, and it was then his new life began. 'My friend, who was leaning against the fence, said he could feel electricity but as I approached and touched the wet spot, I felt nothing. 'I was open-mouthed, but then I realized that current could not harm my body. 'When there is a sudden power failure, my folks do not have to worry. My house is always shining. I can be an insulator, conductor, accumulator and heater. 'People have seen me on television so they are glad to meet me but afraid to shake hands.' The Serbian man set his first Guinness World record in 1983, when he allowed a current of 20,000 volts to pass through his body. His next accolade came in 2003, after he became the quickest man to heat up a cup of water to 97 degrees Celsius, in 1 minute and 37 seconds. He now hopes to set a third world record by charging on a million-volt power generator and shooting laser from his fingers. Slavisa added: 'I will try to charge on it and become a wireless laser man.'

Here are some videos of him in action:

I think it's amazing that some people have abilities like this and personally I would love to have something special myself.