Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Scientists Discover We Have A ‘Force Field’ Around Our Bodies And You Can Feel It

I would hardly call it a force field.  It is a zone of extended sensation that takes advantage of dark matter to establish an expanded radiation field.  We have seen it as aura.  Again in the ultra violet.

What this does suggests is that it can be trained and this could be useful. 

The complexity and information density of our 'spirit body' has been sorely underestimated and we really know little about releasing this potential.  Far too much of our spiritual training as it exists appears to tread water.  Intent helps, but intent to do what?  How about intent to read an instruction manual?  We have made progress and a few of the gifted have surprised us.

The rest need real access though.  Even if only to commune with life around them on command.

Scientists Discover We Have A ‘Force Field’ Around Our Bodies And You Can Feel It
Try this at home!

04/07/2016 13:25 | Updated 04 July 2016

Our personal space guides our hands when we reach out, causes us to duck when objects hurtle towards us and makes us acutely aware of the world around us. And now, for the first time, scientists have found a way to help us feel it.

Researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm have tweaked a well-known experiment called the rubber hand illusion for a study published in the journal Cognition. In the classic version, participants are shown a fake rubber hand while their own hand is hidden behind a screen. After a few minutes of simultaneous stroking of both the real and fake hands, the person’s brain starts to believe that the fake hand is actually their own. Here’s the proof:

In the new study, which involved 101 adults, scientists repeated the test but applied brushstrokes in mid-air above the fake hand, rather than touching it. As in the classic experiment, participants start to believe that the fake hand is their own. But in this version, they also started to sense what feels like a “force field” between the brush and the rubber hand.

“We can elicit this bizarre sensation of there actually being something in mid-air between the brush and the rubber hand,” Arvid Guterstam of the Karolinska Institute, a co-author of the study, told New Scientist.

According to the study, the sensation continues as far as 15 inches above the rubber hand, which indicates the size of what scientists of our “peripersonal space”.

Neuroscientific evidence of the phenomenon first emerged in the late 1990s in animal studies. Princeton University’s Michael Graziano recorded the electrical activity of neurons in the parietal and frontal lobes of the brains of monkeys. They found that some neurons fired not just when they were touched by an object but also when it came near them.

Graziano continued his experiments into the early 2000s, discovering that electrically stimulating certain neurons would induce a coordinated behaviour that resembled ducking or blocking.

Graziano explained that the primary function of peripersonal space is defense, enabling us to quickly detect nearby danger. But it also helps us navigate a crowded shopping centre or find a seat on a packed train without bumping into people. Graziano told the Huffington Post US: “We now understand these peripersonal space neurons are important in monitoring the margin of safety around the body.”

“The space around the body is processed like a jello mold. Like a thick layer of space around the body, deforming and moving as the limbs move,” Graziano said.

The experiment has never been repeated in humans, but neuroscientists believe there is evidence to suggest that certain parts of the brain deal with peripersonal space. People who suffer strokes in the right posterior parietal lobe, for example, can’t detect peripersonal stimuli on the left side of their bodies.

“These people have no trouble processing distant space, but lose a sense of peripersonal space,” Graziano said.

Graziano suggests that this dynamic force field might also be extended to other objects, including bikes, cars and clothing.

Surid, aka Enoch: the REAL Pyramid builder? Ancient texts reveal jaw-dropping details


I do also think that the Khufu car-touche was a hoax and leave it at that.  However i am also aware that a whole global sea borne Bronze Age emerged more or less at the time of Khufu or shortly thereafter.  This did have the knowledge and skills needed to actually build such a structure.

As well, the alignments of this whole complex is post Flood.  That makes the age pretty doable along with many other similar complexes around the globe.

What is not understood is that another similar distribution also exists that aligns with the antediluvian world and certainly was likely built 35,000 to 45,000 years ago.

This requires two conjectures.  The first is that these particular pyramids were designed to tap the natural earth resonance in the earth's crust.  The second is that this energy was tapped to boost the atmospheric resonance to a high enough level that it supported human mind to mind communication.  This provides a unique explanation for the building of these pyramids.

Surid, aka Enoch: the REAL Pyramid builder? Ancient texts reveal jaw-dropping details 

 by Ivan; Ancient Code

What if the Great Pyramid of Giza predates the Egyptian civilization? And what if Khufu was not the one who commissioned it?

On the West bank of the River Nile stands one of the most impressive and oldest wonders of the ancient world, the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Believed to have been built as a tomb to house the remains of Pharaoh Khufu, modern archeologists maintain the structure was built around 2500BC.

However, numerous authors argue that the dating of the Pyramid—and its true purpose—are completely wrong.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is one of the most marvelous and incredible monuments on the surface of the planet. Curiously, it is also the most sophisticated one, when it comes to design, engineering, and mathematics.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is a massive structure composed of approximately 2,300,000 stone blocks that weigh from 2 to 30 tons each and there are even some blocks that weigh over 50 tons. It’s huge. In fact, the ancient builders used so much stone to build the Great Pyramid of Giza that you could build a wall around the planet by using stone from the pyramid.

Mindboggling right?

But many other enigmas surround what is considered the most magnificent structure ever built.

The great Pyramid’s outer mantle was built of 144,000 casing stones, all of them highly polished and flat to an accuracy of 1/100th of an inch, about 100 inches thick and weighing approx. 15 tons each. It is sad that the casing stones that once covered the Great Pyramid of Giza were so bright that they reflected the sun’s light making the Pyramid shine like a jewel.

And while there are really fascinating details about the Great Pyramid of Giza which you can read about here, this time we focus more on what’s INSIDE the structure rather than what’s on the outside.

So, how do we know that the Pyramid was built around 2,500 BC, and that it was built, by Pharaoh Khufu?

Well, it turns out that the dating of the pyramid and its association with are based solely on the evidence found in 1837 by British explorer Richard Howard Vyse.

Not the most subtle Egyptologist and researcher, Howard Vyse and John Shae Perring worked with gunpowder forcing their way into several monuments, including the burial chamber of the pyramid of Menkaure.

The only evidence inside the Pyramid linking Khufu to the structure was uncovered by Vyse.

But there are a lot of things to take into consideration there. Since stone cannot be carbon-dated, and no other inscriptions, except for the Pharaoh’s official monogram, were found inside the pyramid or anywhere else for that matter, the date has stood unchallenged for centuries. But, if Khufu was in fact the builder of the Pyramid—the most magnificent ancient structure on Earth—wouldn’t He have made sure that his name was forever associated with the Pyramid, by inscribing it on various places?

But not all is as it seems apparently. Not long ago new evidence surfaced that suggests that the discovery made by Colonel Vyse was in fact one of the greatest hoaxes in history, leading many authors to question everything related to Khufu and the Pyramid.

There are authors and researchers who have dared to go against mainstream history and suggest that Vyse may have forged the name of Khufu himself.

As it turns out, in 2014, two University of Dresden archaeology students apparently someone managed smuggled a sample of the paint used in the King Khufu markings and brought it back to Europe in order to analyze it in a laboratory.

The results revealed a shocking truth.

While the sample the two “archaeologists” brought back was too small for radiocarbon dating, technicians manage to determine that the pigment was not painted onto the original limestone blocks when the pyramid was built, but it was placed there on a later plaster repair.

What does this mean? Well simply put, it suggests that the cartouche was not original to the pyramid construction, but that it was in fact added at a much later date, giving rise to a conspiracy that Vyse fabricated the entire ‘discovery’.

But why on Earth would someone like Vyse—who obviously had a passion for the history of Ancient Egypt—do something like that?

Money talks now, and apparently it did the same hundreds of years ago. During his expedition to Egypt, Colonel Vyse spent a FORTUNE, nearly $1.3 million on to uncover the truth behind the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Many experts have suggested that Vyse may have kickstarted an early conspiracy and in his desperation to find something no one had found before, he decided to forge the cartouche of Khufu onto the chamber wall, thereby establishing an inaccurate date for the structure—which today is widely accepted by historians and Egyptologists such as Selim Hassan, Zahi Hawass, Jaromir Malek, Professor Rosalie David or Bill Manley, or major museums such as the British Museum and the Egyptian Museum, all of whom accept that Khufu was the builder of the pyramid and by implication that Vyse’s cartouche is authentic.

Furthermore, Zecharia Sitchin accuses Vyse in his book The Stairway to Heaven of perpetrating the forgery because of Vyse’s “determination to obtain a major find as time and money were running out”.

The Great Sphinx and The Great Pyramid

This is a rare image of the Sphinx taken from a hot air balloon, in the early 19th century. This is before excavation and restoration.

So, if Khufu did not build the Pyramid, what about the Sphinx, when was the Sphinx carved and who commissioned it?

To understand more about te Sphinx we must look at the Inventory Stela, unearthed by archaeologists in 1858 which details several things but most importantly, it presents a list of 22 divine statues owned by a Temple of Isis, and goes on to claim that the temple existed since before the time of Khufu (c. 2580 BC).

The credibility of the Inventory Stela is viewed by Historians and Egyptologists with great caution.

So if the Sphinx existed since before the time of Khufu… who commissioned it then?

It get’s interesting.

According to an Arabian writer by the name of Ibrahim al-Maqrizi, the Great Pyramid was not constructed by Khufu, the Great Pyramid was constructed long before the Great Flood by a king with the name of Surid Ibn Salhouk, Surid for short, but we will get to that in a minute.

Interestingly, fourth-century Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus wrote that Inscriptions which the ancient asserted were engraved on the walls of certain underground galleries, constructed in the interior of certain pyramids, were intended to preserve ancient wisdom from being lost in the flood.

Getting back to the Pyramid, Arab scholars ascribed the Egyptian Pyramids and temples to an ANTEDILUVIAN AGE, writes Alan F. Alford in his book: Pyramid of Secrets— The Architecture of the Great Pyramid Reconsidered in the Light of Creational Mythology. Furthermore, the author notes that One popular tradition, drawing on Coptic and Hermetic lore, asserted that the builder of the Pyramids and Temples had been “the first Hermes” or “Hermes of Hermes”, otherwise known as Hermes Trismegistus on account of his threefold qualities od prophet, kind, and a wise man.

A second popular tradition, drawing on old Arab lore, maintained that the builder of the Pyramids was an antediluvian king by the name of Surid Ibn Salhouk. In the 13th century writes Alfard, it was suggested by one writer that the Pyramids had been built by a pre-Adamite race—inhabtants of an earlier Earth. These ideas eventually became merged to the extent hat “Surid” was identified as Hermes.

Arab writers named King Surid as the one who, having learned of the coming flood in a dream, erected the Pyramids as vaults to protect antediluvian books and artifacts.

Among the reporters of this particular legend are the astrologer Abumasar Balkhi, historian Abd al-Hokm, al-Masudi, and Ibrahim al-Maqrizi as mentioned earlier, all suggesting that Surid was Hermes or Enoch.

Hermes Trismegistus was either a contemporary of Moses, or the third in a line of men named Hermes, i.e. Enoch, Noah, and the Egyptian priest-king who is known to us as Hermes Trismegistus on account of being the greatest priest, philosopher, and king.

Staniland Wake writes in the Origin and Significance of the Great Pyramid that Masoudi who died in the year 967 A.D., professes to relate the Coptic tradition, which says, “that Surid Ben Shaluk Ben Sermuni Ben Termidun Ben Tedresan Ben Sal, one of the kings of Egypt before the Flood, built the two great pyramids; and notwithstanding they were subsequently named after a person called Shed-dad Ben Ad, that they were not built by the Adites, who could not conquer Egypt, on account of the powers which the Egyptians possessed by means of enchantment; that the reason for building the Pyramids was the following dream, which happened to Surid three hundred years previous to the Flood.

Masoudi describes the guardians assigned by the king to each pyramid.

“The guardian of the eastern pyramid was an idol of speckled granite, standing upright, with a weapon like a spear in his hand; a serpent was wreathed round his head, which seized upon and strangled whoever approached, by twisting round his neck, when it again returned to its former position upon the idol. . . . When everything was finished, he caused the Pyramids to be haunted with living spirits; and offered up sacrifices to prevent the intrusion of strangers, and of all persons excepting those who by their conduct were worthy of admission.”

The author then says, that, according to the Coptic account, the following passage was inscribed, in Arabic, upon the Pyramids: “I, Surid the King, have built these Pyramids, and have finished them in sixty-one years. Let him, who comes after me, and imagines himself a king like me, attempt to destroy them in six hundred. To destroy is easier than to build. I have clothed them with silk: let him try to cover them with mats.”

As noted by Wake, Surid may be the same as Suphis or Cheops, as in a papyrus said to have been found in the monastery of Abou-Hormeis, Surid is said to have been buried in the Eastern (Great) Pyramid, his brother Haukith in the western, and his nephew Karwars in the smaller pyramid. (Vyse, “Operations,” etc., vol. ii. p. 332.)—Surid appears to be given in the list of Manetho, under the name of Sôris, as the first king of the fourth dynasty. This king is, however, treated by M. Lenormant as non-historical. (Sec List of the Kings of Egypt, “Histoire Ancienne de l’Orient,” tom. ii. p. 430), and he refers to Khoufou (Suphis) the tablet at the mouth of the ancient mine at Sinai, which English Egyptologists ascribe to Soris (Shuré). The name of this king is also said to have been found in the tombs near Ghizeh, and in the quarry marks of the northern pyramid of Abou-Seir, which is, therefore, thought to be his tomb. (Sir J. G. ‘Wilkinson, in Rawlinson’s “Herodotus,” vol. ii. p. 344, 346).

Evidence that ancient farms had very different origins than previously thought







The mistake everyone makes regarding the tropics is to presume that a large field was important.  It was not and it is also extremely misleading.  A family worked what we understand as a garden plot of perhaps one acre which was truly ample to their needs.

Thus a mere 100 acres represents a community of 100 families or several hundred people which was typically too large.  More realistically we had twenty to thirty such families representing 150 folk making up a natural community.

The chicken is the real lifesaver because they will nicely toss a portion of the plot in several days removing all plant material and insects as well allowing actual planting.

What was typically lacking was a way to organize society above this level and this forced villages to be wide apart.

 Thus true agriculture existed here but real social engineering was another matter.

Evidence that ancient farms had very different origins than previously thought

Dramatic new hypothesis could change the way we understand human history.

Annalee Newitz - 8/3/2017, 3:30 PM 

These are the relatively recent remains of an ancient temple in the tropical forest of Cambodia. 

Annalee Newitz 104 

It's an idea that could transform our understanding of how humans went from small bands of hunter-gatherers to farmers and urbanites. Until recently, anthropologists believed cities and farms emerged about 9,000 years ago in the Mediterranean and Middle East. But now a team of interdisciplinary researchers has gathered evidence showing how civilization as we know it may have emerged at the equator, in tropical forests. Not only that, but people began altering their environments for food and shelter about 30,000 years earlier than we thought.

For centuries, archaeologists believed that ancient people couldn't live in tropical jungles. The environment was simply too harsh and challenging, they thought. As a result, scientists simply didn't look for clues of ancient civilizations in the tropics. Instead, they turned their attention to the Middle East, where we have ample evidence that hunter-gatherers settled down in farming villages 9,000 years ago during a period dubbed the "Neolithic revolution." Eventually, these farmers' offspring built the ziggurats of Mesopotamia and the great pyramids of Egypt. It seemed certain that city life came from these places and spread from there around the world.

But now that story seems increasingly uncertain. In an article published in Nature Plants, Max Planck Institute archaeologist Patrick Roberts and his colleagues explain that cities and farms are far older than we think. Using techniques ranging from genetic sampling of forest ecosystems and isotope analysis of human teeth, to soil analysis and lidar, the researchers have found ample evidence that people at the equator were actively changing the natural world to make it more human-centric.

It all started about 45,000 years ago.  [ my date for our fall from EDEN - arclein ]At that point, people began burning down vegetation to make room for plant resources and homes. Over the next 35,000 years, the simple practice of burning back forest evolved. People mixed specialized soils for growing plants; they drained swamps for agriculture; they domesticated animals like chickens; and they farmed yam, taro, sweet potato, chili pepper, black pepper, mango, and bananas. 

École française d'Extrême-Orient archaeologist Damian Evans, a co-author on the Nature paper, said that it wasn't until a recent conference brought international researchers together that they realized they'd discovered a global pattern. Very similar evidence for ancient farming could be seen in equatorial Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. Much later, people began building "garden cities" in these same regions, where they lived in low-density neighborhoods surrounded by cultivated land.

Evans, Roberts, and their colleagues aren't just raising questions about where cities originated. More importantly, Roberts told Ars via email, they are challenging the idea of a "Neolithic revolution" in which the shift to city life happened in just a few hundred years. In the tropics, there was no bright line between a nomadic existence and agricultural life. When humans first arrived in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Melanesia, they spent millennia adapting to the tropics, eventually "shaping environments to meet their own needs," he said. "So rather than huge leaps, what we see is a continuation of this local knowledge and adaptation in these regions through time."

Further Reading

The Amazon forest is the result of an 8,000-year experiment There is also evidence that, as soon as humans reached South America, they took up residence in the Amazon and began farming. Often these ancient farms evolved into highly-developed networks of cities like those of the Maya. Do these discoveries mean that everything we knew about urban development in the Middle East is wrong? No, says Roberts. Anthropologists are simply realizing that early cities took extremely diverse forms. "Clearly, urbanism is different in different parts of the world, and we need to be more flexible in how we define this," he explained. He continued:

The tropics demonstrate that where we draw the lines of agriculture and urbanism can be very difficult to determine. Humans were clearly modifying environments and moving even small animals around as early as 20,000 years ago in Melanesia, they were performing the extensive drainage of landscapes at Kuk Swamp to farm yams [and] bananas... From a Middle East/European perspective, there has always been a revolutionary difference ("Neolithic revolution") between hunter gatherers and farmers, [but] the tropics belie this somewhat.

There are also lessons that contemporary city dwellers can learn from the ancient metropolises of the global south. Put simply, these ancient settlements are a proof of concept, demonstrating that people can live sustainably for thousands of years in fragile environments. In the tropics, our ancestors did it by living in low-density communities, with local farms feeding neighborhoods and families. Instead of widespread slash-and-burn agriculture, there was a patchwork of cleared areas at the edges of forests.

Roberts said troubles in these areas arose relatively recently, when "colonial, industrial societies" came from outside the tropics and tried "to practice monoculture, pastoralism, and urbanism within them." This led to "unsustainable landscape modification and environmental destruction," he said. "The classic example of this is palm oil monoculture in Southeast Asia, which is basically destroying this region's rainforest as a result of a lack of genetic diversity, landscape instability, and the spread of fire across large swaths of these areas."

The ancient settlements of the tropics are also a reminder that Homo sapiens is an incredibly adaptive, flexible species, said Roberts. That's why we can "occupy every environment on the planet, through periods of dramatic climate change, and became the last remaining hominin." In other words, our ingenious, sustainable farms and cities may have been what saved us from the fate of the Neanderthals.

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NOTE: I changed the headline on this story because the previous headline, which said that farms were 30,000 years older than previously thought, was inaccurate. My apologies. I misunderstood that aspect of the original article in Nature Plants. What Roberts and his colleagues argue is that people were altering forests by burning and cultivating plants 45,000 years ago. This might qualify as proto-agriculture, but it is not farming (that's the part I misunderstood). The headline and article now reflect a more accurate description of the original research.

Apparent Detection via New Telescopes with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE)

Intriguing.  I have stayed away from matter and anti matter discussions in my own work, but it is naturally implied.  It is helpful to understand that the whole antimatter universe is right alongside us and we cannot see it at least at the stellar level.

What this could well eliminate is the whole problem of why such does not exist.  The joke is on us.

Actually satisfying as well.  It does indicate that interaction itself is mostly impossible in real terms and that the two types shed each other early on in the process of creation in the first tier of matter.

Apparent Detection via New Telescopes with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE)

American Journal of Modern Physics

2016; 5(3): 45-53

doi: 10.11648/j.ajmp.20160503.14

ISSN: 2326-8867 (Print); ISSN: 2326-8891 (Online)

Ruggero Maria Santilli  Thunder Energies Corporation, Florida, U. S. A.

Email address:

To cite this article:

Ruggero Maria Santilli. Apparent Detection via New Telescopes with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE).

American Journal of Modern Physics. Vol. 5, No. 3, 2016, pp. 45-53. doi: 10.11648/j.ajmp.20160503.14 Received: December 24, 2015; Accepted: December 25, 2015; Published: June 8, 2016

Abstract: By using telescopes with concave lenses, known as Santilli telescopes (trademark and patent pending by the U.S. publicly traded company Thunder Energies Corporation), we review preceding evidence for the apparent existence of antimatter galaxies, antimatter asteroids and antimatter cosmic rays. Independently from these astrophysical detections, we present for the first time evidence for the apparent existence of entities in our terrestrial environment that are solely visible via telescopes with concave lenses, while being invisible to our eyes and to conventional Galileo telescopes with convex lenses, which entities leave dark images in the background of digital cameras attached to the Santilli telescopes. These entities are here called Invisible Terrestrial Entities of the first kind (ITE-1) or dark ITE. We then present, also for the first time, evidence for the apparent existence in our terrestrial environment of additional entities that are also visible to telescopes with concave lenses while being invisible to our eyes and to conventional telescopes with convex lenses, which entities leave bright images in the background of digital cameras. These additional entities are here called Invisible Terrestrial Entities of the second kind (ITE-2) or bright ITE. It is pointed out that both types of entities generally move in the night sky over sensitive areas, and their behavior generally suggests unauthorized surveillance. This paper has been motivated by the significance and diversification of the collected evidence, as well as available independent confirmations, that warrant systematic inspections of the sky over our sensitive civilian, industrial, and military installations via telescopes with concave lenses, so as to detect possible unauthorized surveillance.

Keywords: Antimatter, Santilli Telescope, Invisible Terrestrial Entities

1. Introduction

As it is well established in particle physics laboratories, matter and antimatter particles “annihilate” at mutual contact by transforming their masses into light. One of the necessary conditions for a consistent, quantitative representation of this experimental evidence is that all characteristics of antimatter must be opposite to those of matter.

It as also been established that the use of 20th century mathematics for the representation of both, matter and antimatter, leads to predictable catastrophic inconsistencies.

Therefore, a consistent, quantitative representation of matter-antimatter annihilation requires the continued use of conventional mathematics for the representation of matter, while antimatter must be represented with a basically new mathematics characterized by a suitable conjugation of 20th century mathematics known as the isodual map (technically given by an anti-Hermitean map).

In summer 1993, while visiting the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia, the author initiated the construction of the new mathematics needed for antimatter, with the proposal of new numbers, today known as isodual numbers, whose basic unit has the negative value -1, thus assuring that all quantities measured with the new numbers are opposite those of matter [1].

By noting that the possible existence of antimatter galaxies must be studied at the macroscopic, and therefore classical level, thus preventing the use of quantum mechanics, and that galaxies must be assumed as being neutral, thus preventing the use of the charge for the conjugation from matter to
antimatter, in the following paper [2] (also written in Dubna), the author presented the first, and, apparently, the only known classical representation of neutral antimatter based on the new isodual numbers and ensuing new mathematics.

of negative energy from space conceived as a universal substratum (also known as negative point energy). According to this interpretation, the entity achieves invisibility to our eyes as well as to all conventional refractive telescopes by merely emitting antimatter-light as a kind of “exhaust” from its locomotion [15].

Figure 5. Views of another ITE-1 taken in three consecutive pictures by the digital camera of the Santilli telescope on September 5, 2015 in the night sky over Tampa Bay, Florida. Note that the entity not only moves slowly from photo to photo, but also rotates. This particular type of motion excludes
impurities in the telescope lens or in the camera as possible interpretations.

Figure 6. Views of an ITE-1 independently taken by K. Brinkman from the night sky of St. Petersburg, Florida, on September 20, 2015 via the use of the pair of 150 Galileo and Santilli telescopes, under a series of three burst (rapid) shots [13]. The entity is clearly an ITE-1 because it was in our terrestrial environment, it was only visible in the Santilli telescope, and it produced a dark image on the background of the digital camera. Note that this entity too, not only moves with respect to an image caused by an impurity in the telescope lens, but also rotates (see the original report [13] for more pictures and details).

3. Concluding Remarks

In works [1-7], the author presented evidence on the apparent existence of antimatter galaxies, antimatter asteroids, and antimatter cosmic rays obtained via dark images in the background of a digital camera attached to a telescope with convex lenses, known as the Santilli telescope.

The same astrophysical entities are completely invisible to our naked eyes as well as to conventional Galileo telescopes with convex lenses because matter-antimatter annihilation mandates that all characteristics of antimatter must be opposite those of matter. Consequently, light emitted by antimatter has an index of refraction opposite that of matter, thus requiring a concave lens for its focusing, and carries

Figure 9. Photos of a cloudy night sky over Tampa Bay, Florida, taken from the third floor of the valet parking garage of the Westin Hotel on September 19, 2015, at 10.20 pm via two Sony cameras SLT-A58K set at ISO Automatic and 15 seconds exposure, attached at the proper focal distance to the pair of 100 mm Galileo and Santilli telescopes. All photos were taken with simultaneous remote shutters. The photos were taken in the presence of the author, his wife Carla Santilli, and an independent witness. The first photo depicts the lights of the Gandy Bridge in the Tampa Bay as seen from the 100 mm Galileo telescope without any enlargement. The second photo clearly depicts a bright ITE-2 taken with the 100 mm Santilli telescope also without any enlargement, which entity was completely invisible in the Galileo telescope as well as to the eyes of the three eyewitnesses. The third
picture compares the first photo (top) to the second (below). In comparing the two photos, one should note: 1) The illumination of the clouds in the first  photo, and the absence of such an illumination in the second photo; 2) The lights viewed with the Galileo telescope are stationery (except for small
fluctuations due to wind), while the lights viewed via the Santilli telescope are pulsating; and 3) Close inspection of the view from the Santilli telescope shows that we are dealing with one single light that, not only pulsates, but moves backward and forward with respect to the telescope in a horizontal plane. This peculiar behavior clearly suggests that this ISE-2 was conducting unauthorized surveillance of the Tampa Area solely visible with the Santilli telescope, thus confirming the need for systematic views of sensitive civilian, industrial and military installations.

Figure 10. We present here a photo taken on a cloudy night sky of Tampa, Florida, taken from room 775 of the Vinoy Renaissance Hotel, St. Petersburg, on September 5, 2015, at 9:15 pm via two Sony cameras SLTA58K set at ISO Automatic and 15 seconds exposure and connected at the proper focal distance to the pair of 100 mm Galileo and Santilli telescopes.

All photos were also taken with simultaneous remote shutters. No view from the Galileo telescope is here reported due to lack of any meaningful image.

The top view depicts a very unusual and bright ITE-2 as seen from the Santilli telescope without any enlargement. The remaining views depict the same photo under progressively increasing enlargements. A first striking aspect is that this particular entity was not seen at all by the author with his naked eyes despite its size and brilliance. A second striking aspect is the complexity of the entity that, due to the 15 seconds exposure, show some clear ongoing operation. The most striking aspect in the view of the author (a theoretical physicist) is the sharpness of the light at its edges, as shown by the last view, since such a feature is against known physical laws requiring light to experience diffraction at its edges with a short yet progressive decrease from full brightness to full darkness. Close inspection of the photo indicates that the entity is in the process of releasing “seven” smaller equally bright ITE also of the second kind, that are reminiscent of the bright ITE-2 of the preceding figure. The unusual features of this particular ITE-2 confirm the need to conduct a systematic surveillance of our sensitive civilian, industrial and military installations, which mandated the writing and release of this paper.

Figure 11. In the top view of this figure we present an enlargement of a second ITE-2 depicted in the top right of the main photo of Figure 10, while the remaining views show progressively increasing enlargements. As one can see, the entity consists of “three” lights of different colors that are pulsating and move synchronously in the cloudy night sky over the Tampa Bay, according to a rather complex trajectory during the 15 seconds exposure, including a point in which motion apparently stopped for a few seconds, to resume thereafter. The synchronous motion of the three separate trajectories strongly suggest that this particular entity consists of one single structure made up of matter that achieves invisibility to the human eyes and to our optical instruments via the creation of a basically new light with negative index of refraction but positive energy presented in this paper apparently for the first time. In the author’s opinion, such a behavior suggests again the conduction of unauthorized surveillance of Tampa Bay that motivated the author to write and release this paper.

Via the use of pairs of Galileo and Santilli telescopes, in this paper we have presented for the first time experimental evidence on the apparent existence of two types of entities existing in our terrestrial environment (as defined in Section 1), here called Invisible Terrestrial Entities of the first and second kind (ITE 1 and ITE-2), that are also completely invisible to the naked eyes as well as to Galileo telescopes, yet they are fully visible via Santilli telescopes.

Consequently, both ITE-1 and ITE-2 have a negative index of refraction when propagating in a matter medium such as glass. Their main difference is that the former entities, also called dark ITE, carry negative energy, thus causing dark images in the background of a camera attached to Santilli
telescopes, while latter entities, also called bright ITE, carry positive energy, thus causing bright images despite their negative index of refraction.

The detection of ITE-1 and ITE-2 has been independently verified by colleagues [13], and was disclosed for the first time at an invited lecture delivered at the St. Petersburg Astronomy Club on September 25, 2015 [14].

We point out that ITE-1 and ITE-2 must be made up of matter to prevent a cataclysmic explosion due to their immersion in our matter-atmosphere, but their locomotion appears to be based on the internal presence of antimatter and the use of matter-antimatter repulsion, according to a
structure studied at the mathematical level in monograph [5].

The above and other aspects imply that ITE-1 and ITE-2 are structures dramatically beyond 20th century knowledge for a number of reasons, such as the complete inapplicability of 20th century knowledge to the classical treatment of neutral antimatter, the change of the index of refraction, the
apparent new typo of locomotion, and other reasons [15].

We also point out that the above terrestrial entities achieve invisibility to our eyes and to Galileo telescopes either via the emission of antimatter light as a form of exhaust (ITE-1), or via engineering means capable of inverting the index of refraction of ordinary light (ITE-2).

The writing of this paper has been motivated by the fact that ITE-1 and ITE-2 behave in a manner strongly suggesting the conduction of unauthorized surveillance of our sensitive, civilian, industrial and military installations, thus warranting their societal knowledge.

On scientific grounds, the documentation presented in this paper establishes beyond credible doubt the existence of two new types of light that are totally outside any possibility of treatment via 20th century physical knowledge, but are fully treatable via the new methods [1-15] specifically developed
to treat neutral or charged antimatter at the classical as well as particle levels.

On industrial grounds, the findings presented in this paper establish, also beyond credible doubt, the utility of Santilli telescopes, not only for basically novel astrophysical advances, but also for issues pertaining to personal, industrial and national security.

The author would like to stress that, being a scientist, his duty is only that of reporting the documentation on the existence of ITE-1 and ITE-2, with the understanding that their identification, or lack thereof, belongs to the U.S. Government.

The original photos presented in this paper shall be made available to qualified colleagues for supervised inspection.

More importantly, pairs of Galileo and Santilli telescopes are in production and subsequent sale in various sizes (Figure 3) at the U. S. publicly traded company Thunder Energies Corporation (www.thunder-energies.con), and they can be made available at no cost for supervised verifications
anywhere in the U. S. A.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Global Ocean Circulation Appears To Be Collapsing Due To A Warming Planet


I do think that all this is subject to a long cycle that operates through one thousand or so years.   During this time span, the southern circumpolar current has a high and low point that sets the schedule for the thousand years.  That high and low affects the strength of the Atlantic cycles. all this leads to unusual effects in the Arctic that must include the recent warm spell that now compares to the medieval warm spell or at least its beginning.

Such a natural cycle is driven by the warming of the Pacific and its counter decline.

 So far all this is sufficient to explain all the variation we have experienced during the Holocene.

Global Ocean Circulation Appears To Be Collapsing Due To A Warming Planet

Trevor Nace , Contributor

Scientists have long known about the anomalous "warming hole" in the North Atlantic Ocean, an area immune to warming of Earth's oceans. This cool zone in the North Atlantic Ocean appears to be associated with a slowdown in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), one of the key drivers in global ocean circulation.

A recent study published in Nature outlines research by a team of Yale University and University of Southhampton scientists. The team found evidence that Arctic ice loss is potentially negatively impacting the planet's largest ocean circulation system. While scientists do have some analogs as to how this may impact the world, we will be largely in uncharted territory.

AMOC is one of the largest current systems in the Atlantic Ocean and the world. Generally speaking, it transports warm and salty water northward from the tropics to South and East of Greenland. This warm water cools to ambient water temperature then sinks as it is saltier and thus denser than the relatively more fresh surrounding water. The dense mass of water sinks to the base of the North Atlantic Ocean and is pushed south along the abyss of the Atlantic Ocean.


Schematic of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation
This process whereby water is transported into the Northern Atlantic Ocean acts to distribute ocean water globally. What's more important, and the basis for concern of many scientists is this mechanism is one of the most efficient ways Earth transports heat from the tropics to the northern latitudes. The warm water transported from the tropics to the North Atlantic releases heat to the atmosphere, playing a key role in warming of western Europe. You likely have heard of one of the more popular components of the AMOC, the Gulf Stream which brings warm tropical water to the western coasts of Europe.

Evidence is growing that the comparatively cold zone within the Northern Atlantic could be due to a slowdown of this global ocean water circulation. Hence, a slowdown in the planet's ability to transfer heat from the tropics to the northern latitudes. The cold zone could be due to melting of ice in the Arctic and Greenland. This would cause a cold fresh water cap over the North Atlantic, inhibiting sinking of salty tropical waters. This would in effect slow down the global circulation and hinder the transport of warm tropical waters north.

Measured trend in temperature variations from 1900 to 2012.

Melting of the Arctic sea ice has rapidly increased in the recent decades. Satellite image records indicate that September Arctic sea ice is 30% less today than it was in 1979. This trend of increased sea ice melting during summer months does not appear to be slowing. Hence, indications are that we will see a continued weakening of the global ocean circulation system.

This scenario of a collapse in AMOC and global ocean circulation is the premise for the movie "The Day After Tomorrow." As a disclaimer, the plot line in which much of New England and Western Europe gets plunged into an ice age is significantly over exaggerated and unrealistic on human time scales.

While geologists have studied events in the past similar to what appears to be happening today, scientists are largely unsure of what lies ahead.

Physicists turn a crystal into an electrical circuit

Rather interesting. Perhaps we can upgrade electronics on the fly or even engineer built in the necessary hardware onto our chips.

We have come a long way in terms of integrated circuits.

All good

Physicists turn a crystal into an electrical circuit
July 27, 2017

Credit: Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0
Washington State University physicists have found a way to write an electrical circuit into a crystal, opening up the possibility of transparent, three-dimensional electronics that, like an Etch A Sketch, can be erased and reconfigured. 

The work, to appear in the on-line journal Scientific Reports, serves as a proof of concept for a phenomenon that WSU researchers first discovered by accident four years ago. At the time, a doctoral student found a 400-fold increase in the of a crystal simply by leaving it exposed to light.

Matt McCluskey, a WSU professor of physics and materials science, has now used a laser to etch a line in the crystal. With electrical contacts at each end of the line, it carried a current.

"It opens up a new type of electronics where you can define a circuit optically and then erase it and define a new one," said McCluskey. "It's exciting that it's reconfigurable. It's also transparent. There are certain applications where it would be neat to have a circuit that is on a window or something like that, where it actually is invisible electronics."

Ordinarily, a crystal does not conduct electricity. But when the crystal strontium titanate is heated under the right conductions, it is altered so light will make it conductive. The phenomenon, called "," also occurs at room temperature, an improvement over materials that require cooling with liquid nitrogen.

"We're still trying to figure out exactly what happens," said McCluskey. He surmises that heat forces strontium atoms to leave the material, creating light-sensitive defects responsible for the persistent photoconductivity.

McCluskey's recent work increased the crystal's conductivity 1,000-fold. The phenomenon can last up to a year.

"We look at samples that we exposed to light a year ago and they're still conducting," said McCluskey. "It may not retain 100 percent of its conductivity, but it's pretty big."

Moreover, the circuit can be by erased by heating it on a hot plate and recast with an optical pen.

"It's an Etch A Sketch," said McCluskey. "We've done it a few cycles. Another engineering challenge would be to do that thousands of times."

The research was funded by the National Science Foundation. Co-authors on the paper are former students Violet Poole and Slade Jokela.

The work is in keeping with WSU's Grand Challenges, a suite of initiatives aimed at addressing large societal problems. It is particularly relevant to the challenge of Smart Systems and its theme of foundational and emergent materials. 

More information: Violet M. Poole et al, Using persistent photoconductivity to write a low-resistance path in SrTiO3, Scientific Reports (2017). DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-07090-2

Provided by: Washington State University

The Seven Rules for Intuitive Health

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I do know if this actually helps but perhaps.  I do think cultivating an attitude of good health is positive.  Then i do not think that we go beyond that easily.

My rule is to simply have good attitude and have real awareness of what you are doing and consuming.

All good.

The Seven Rules for Intuitive Health


After 20 years as a medical-intuitive advisor, I realized that teaching people how to listen for the intuitive message behind the disease wasn’t enough to help them create true and lasting health. Even if clients grasped the intuitive chakra map of symptoms in their bodies and the intuitive language behind the outward manifestation of their health problems, a third vital step was missing—namely, how to effectively respond to what their intuition was advising, and how they could learn to heal their lives and assist in healing those around them.

That’s when I came to the realization that the health of each of the seven energy centers of the body depends on following a rule that involves balancing two seemingly opposite or contradictory qualities in our lives. I call this set of balancing acts the Seven Rules for Intuitive Health. Just as harmonized brain function depends on having both the left and the right hemispheres in sync, healing body and mind in each of these seven energy centers or chakras involves following a rule to balance dual identities and engage two paradoxical mind-sets simultaneously.

Thus, learning the Seven Rules for Intuitive Health will help you create a healthy mind and body. Whenever you’re in danger of dropping the ball somewhere, you’ll intuitively understand the warning signs your body is sending you via your health—and you’ll know how to get back on track.

1. For the health of the first chakra—your bones, joints, blood, and immune system—you must balance the personal with the political and follow the first rule for intuitive health: All for one, and one for all. To maintain health in this energy center, you will need to be intuitively in touch with your individual needs as you simultaneously negotiate your way around those of the group, whether that group comprises your family, those you work with, or some other organization.

2. For the health of the second chakra—your lower back and your reproductive/sex organs—you need to balance money and love, following the second rule for intuitive health: To be a lover, you need to be a fighter. To maintain health in this energy center, you must develop the sometimes feisty, detached persona of an entrepreneur and balance it with the warm sensitivity needed in an intimate relationship.

3. To tackle those hard-to-treat weight, addiction, and digestive problems—which can compromise the health of the third chakra—you need to balance self-esteem and responsibility by following the third rule for intuitive health: You can’t always get what you want, but if you try, you’ll get what you need. To maintain health in this energy center, you have to balance feeding your cravings and desires in an attempt to boost your self-esteem . . . with fulfilling your duties and responsibilities in your personal life and your job.

4. If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from heart disease or breast or lung problems, you’ll need to pay attention primarily to the fourth chakra by balancing partnership with emotional wellness, following the fourth rule for intuitive health: Got to love her madly. (After all, as the Doors song implies, it may not be possible to be in a relationship without going at least a little mad.) To maintain health in this energy center, you have to be able to be in a partnership and simultaneously maintain your emotional sanity, balancing your emotional needs with those of the partnership.

5. For those unlucky people (and I am one of them) who tend to have fifth-chakra issues—highlighted by chronic problems in the neck, thyroid, and mouth—the best course of action is balancing assertiveness with a compliant communication style by following the fifth rule for intuitive health: Sometimes you’ve got to be cruel to be kind. Maintaining health in this energy center involves knowing when to be boldly assertive and stick to your position, and when to be more compliant and yield to another’s point of view.

6. For the health of the sixth chakra—eyes, ears, and brain—you must balance a more structured, detail-oriented mind-set with broader, more outside-of-the-box views by following the sixth rule for intuitive health: I know I’m different, but from now on I want to try to be the same (as other people). To maintain the health of this energy center, you need to cultivate a flexible and adaptive mind-set. This means developing the capacity to hold strictly traditional, toe-the-line views sometimes, and more loose and free-ranging ones at other times. It also means knowing when to agree for the sake of keeping the peace (agreeing to disagree and tolerating the difference in mind-sets), and when it’s critical to stick your neck out and disagree with everyone.

7. Finally, for the health of the seventh chakra—your longevity and connection to the universe—you must be willing when necessary to revise your life’s purpose by following the seventh rule for intuitive health: What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. To maintain the health of this energy center (and possibly manage a life-threatening illness), you need to learn how, at any stage of your life, to pursue a life purpose in the face of potential death. You must be able to reconstitute your spirit and find a new focus and a new life goal.

The Seven Rules 

Rule 1: All for one, and one for all (balancing the political and the personal). The health of the first chakra—the bones, joints, blood, immune system, and skin—involves attending to your individual needs while negotiating your way successfully in groups, whether they’re your family members or people in other organizations.

Rule 2: To be a lover, you need to be a fighter (balancing money and love). The health of the second chakra—the lower back, reproductive areas, and sex organs—involves balancing finances and relationships. It also involves being able to develop the sometimes feisty and detached persona of an entrepreneur balanced with the sensitivity needed in an intimate relationship.

Rule 3: You can’t always get what you want, but if you try, you’ll get what you need (balancing self-esteem and responsibility). The health of the third chakra—digestive tract and weight—involves reconciling your tendency toward wanting to boost your self-esteem by feeding your cravings and desires .. . with fulfilling your duties and responsibilities at work and in your personal life.

Rule 4: Got to love her madly (balancing partnership and emotional health). The health of your fourth chakra—heart, breasts, and lungs—involves being able to be in a partnership while simultaneously maintaining your emotional sanity, balancing your emotional needs with those of the partnership.

Rule 5: Sometimes you’ve got to be cruel to be kind (balancing assertive and compliant communication styles). The health of the fifth chakra—neck, thyroid, mouth, and teeth—involves developing a sense of when to be boldly assertive and stick to your position and when to be compliant and yield to another’s will.

Rule 6: I know I’m different, but from now on I want to try to be the same (as other people) (balancing conservative and liberal mind-sets). The health of the sixth chakra—eyes, ears, and brain—involves developing a flexible and adaptive mind-set. This means having the capacity to sometimes hold structured, traditional views and at other times have a broader, less structured approach—occasionally agreeing for the sake of peacefully agreeing (and tolerating the difference in mind-sets by agreeing to disagree); and at other moments when necessary, sticking your neck out and disagreeing with all others.

Rule 7: What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger (balancing life-threatening illnesses and revising your life’s purpose). The health of your seventh chakra—your longevity and your capacity to survive a life threatening illness—involves learning how, at each stage of your life, to be able to pursue your individual purpose, as well as how, when faced with potential death, to reconstitute your spirit and realign yourself with a new focus and a new life goal.

~ Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D., Ph.D.

Doctors Change Names of Diseases When Vaccines Do Not Work


 The level of fraud indicated is obscene and it is little more than a money making scheme.

As i have posted before, specific cases of applying the vaccination protocol served to protect a population and plausibly end an outbreak.  So far, so good.  Yet it was for rather specific vulnerable pathogens.

Now the promoters behave as if it will work universally and everyone needs dozens of vaccines to provide protection.  I do not believe that such is even possible and blindly applying it to the population is really suspect.

What this obviously discloses is that after a global vaccine campaign, we have a global name change applied in order to produce statistical support for the protocol.

Science now has to scour records to produce meaningful information.

Doctors Change Names of Diseases When Vaccines Do Not Work

 When vaccines do not work, the creative way to cover it up is to change the name of the disease.

Doctors around the world are being faced with children catching the diseases they have been vaccinated against. Rather than diagnosing these children correctly, professionals have discovered that the doctors are giving the diseases new names. This suggests a cover up is going on and the vaccinations we are all being told are safe and effective are in fact completely useless.

Vaccinations are now being given to children to keep them safe from every disease known to man. There appears to be a vaccination for everything from polio to a broken finger nail. However, many professionals now believe that the vaccinations are actually causing the diseases they are supposed to prevent.

It appears that they could be right because news has just been released that 47,500 children became paralyzed after polio vaccinations in India in 2011. According to Dr Jacob a member of the national technical advisory group on immunization and of the working group on the food and drug regulation in 2011 after receiving the polio vaccination, an additional 47,500 children were newly paralyzed, over and above the standard rate of 2 children per 100,000 non-polio AFP (acute flaccid paralysis) cases. (1)

Dr Viera Scheibner is a professional who would not be at all surprised at the above figures. She has firmly believed for many years that contrary to the belief that vaccinations prevent children from becoming ill, they are causing children to catch the diseases that they are being vaccinated against. She best explains this in her extremely well written letter published recently in the British Medical Journal (BMJ). (2) Her letter on the subject of polio vaccinations contains outstanding research and opens a gigantic can of worms that will be difficult for the pharmaceutical industries to ignore. In answer to an article titled ‘Polio eradication: a complex end game – Polio Eradication by Vaccination,’ she wrote:

Polio eradication by vaccination?
Let me quote some original seminal medical research. 
Anderson et al. (1951) in his article “Poliomyelitis occurring after antigen injections” (Pediatrics; 7(6): 741-759) wrote “During the last year several investigators have reported the occurrence of poliomyelitis after  a few weeks after injection of some antigen. Martin in England noted 25 cases in which paralysis of a single limb occurred within 28 days of injection of antigen into that limb, and two cases following penicillin injections.”
She continued:

“Geffen, studying the 1949 poliomyelitis cases in London, observed 30 patients who had received an antigen within four weeks, noting also that the paralysis involved especially the extremity into which the injection had been given. 
Dr Scheibner provided many examples of researched evidence proving that vaccinations have been causing cases of paralysis and polio for many years.

She could be right because concerns were being raised even during the polio vaccines early days.

In 1954, during testing, Dr Bernice Eddy (3) became very concerned after vaccinating 18 monkeys with the inactivated polio vaccine. She discovered that the vaccine was causing the monkeys to become paralyzed. She wrote:

“We had eighteen monkeys. We inoculated these eighteen monkeys with each vaccine that came in. And we started getting paralyzed monkeys.”
Alarmed, she immediately informed her superiors sending photos of the monkeys. Instead of the thanks she had expected, and the immediate halt of the vaccine programme, a surprising thing happened. William Sebrell, the director of the NIH, stopped by the animal house where they were working, not to thank her for blowing the whistle but to ask if she and her co-workers wanted their children immunized with the vaccine, as it was in short supply.  Needless to say neither she nor her researchers thought the vaccine was worth the risk.
Shortly after Eddy’s discovery, a study written by Peterson et al appeared in the JAMA magazine. (4) Peterson also spoke about vaccination induced poliomyelitis, this time in Idaho during the trial of the Salk (injectable) vaccine. This study was included as part of Dr Scheibner’s research in her letter in the BMJ.

To Hide The Vaccines Inadequacies Polio Develops A New Name 

Many professionals believe that in order to keep up the pretence that diseases have been eradicated they are simply being renamed to cover up the fact that the vaccines are failing. According to the site (5) Greg Beatie wrote:

Health officials convinced the Chinese to rename the bulk of their polio cases Guillaine Barre Syndrome (GBS). A study found that the new disorder (Chinese Paralytic Syndrome) and the GBS was really polio. After mass vaccination in 1971, reports of polio went down but GBS increased about 10 fold…….In the WHO polio vaccine eradication in the Americas, there were 930 cases of paralytic disease—all called polio. Five years later, at the end of the campaign, roughly 2000 cases of paralytic disease occurred—but only 6 of them were called polio. The rate of paralytic disease doubled, but the disease definition changed so drastically that hardly any of it was called polio any more.”
It appears that the Chinese may not have been the only country to adopt this philosophy.  Anla et al reported children being diagnosed with GBS immediately after polio vaccinations in Turkey. In an article published in Neurology India. (6) Anla reported that five children became ill with GBS following a national oral polio vaccination campaign to eradicate the disease in Turkey. He wrote:

It was observed that the number of cases of GBS in children increased during the period of the oral polio vaccination (OPV) campaign in Turkey, suggesting a causal relationship.
In their discussion they wrote:

In our series all children were younger than 5 years of age. GBS was primarily related to OPV administration in all children except Case 4 in whom a history of viral gastroenteritis was present, which was well known as a triggering factor in the etiology of GBS.[13] When OPV was not given during 1999 we diagnosed only 2 children with GBS who were younger than 5 years of age in our clinic. Though the results are variable and the evidence is not robust, it is essential to consider OPV as a potential trigger for GBS in children, especially during a nationwide campaign and the children should be monitored.
It was observed that the number of cases of GBS in children increased during the period of the oral polio vaccination (OPV) campaign in Turkey, suggesting a causal relationship.
Could these children actually be suffering from vaccine induced poliomyelitis, simply renamed GBS, to cover up the fact that the vaccine had caused the children to contract the disease rather than protect them from it? It certainly is a strong possibility.

Amazingly, Guillain Barre Syndrome is not the only new name given to patients developing polio after receiving the polio vaccine. Beddow Bayly author of the book “The Case against Vaccination,” (7) wrote:

After vaccination was introduced, cases of aseptic meningitis were more often reported as a separate disease from polio, but such cases were counted as polio before the vaccine was introduced. The Ministry of Health admitted that the vaccine status of the individual is a guiding factor in diagnosis. If a person who is vaccinated contracts the disease, the disease is simply recorded under a different name.
This leads us to ask the question – is polio the only disease that has had a sudden name change?  Sadly the answer to this question is a resounding “NO!”; this is because other diseases have also been reported to have had a sudden name change.

Smallpox Gets A New Lease Of Life

It has long been suggested that smallpox still exists and has simply been renamed to carry on the hoax that vaccination has saved us from the mighty jaws of the smallpox epidemics. In an article titled ‘Smallpox: a New Threat’ Susan Claridge (8) wrote:

A popular tactic among the supporters of vaccination is renaming of a disease when it occurs in the vaccinated so that the statistics do not reflect the true numbers of vaccinated people contracting the disease, thus concealing the fact that the vaccine does not work. 
George Bernard Shaw was a member of the Health Committee of London Borough Council at the turn of the century: “I learned how the credit of vaccination is kept up statistically by diagnosing all the revaccinated cases (of smallpox) as pustular eczema, varioloid or what not – anything except smallpox.
Susan Claridge does not stand alone in her beliefs; Dr R Obomsawin (9) joins her, writing:

In turning to recognized textbooks on human virology and vertebrate viruses we find that attention has been given since 1970 to a disease called “monkeypox,” which is said to be “clinically indistinguishable from smallpox.” Cases of this disease have been found in Zaire, Cameroon, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Liberia, and Sierra Leone (by May 1983, 101 cases have been reported). It is observed that ” . . . the existence of a virus that can cause clinical smallpox is disturbing, and the situation is being closely monitored.
Does the deceit stop here? No of course not, the next disease to get a name change is whooping cough.

Whooping Cough Gets A Revamp

Whooping cough has also been found to have a name change. It has been reported over and over that cases of whooping cough have been diagnosed in fully vaccinated children. In fact one report stated that vaccine failure has actually been admitted. Natural News (10) reported:

New research reported by Reuters reveals that whooping cough outbreaks are HIGHER among vaccinated children compared with unvaccinated children. This is based on a study led by Dr. David Witt, an infectious disease specialist at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Rafael, California. 
Doctors have known this for a very long time and there could be many more cases than we could ever imagine. Professionals have discovered that doctors have been diagnosing whooping cough as croup!.

Dr Viera Scheibner says:

In the Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1994, “Age Specific Incidence of Bacteriologically Confirmed Pertussis, between 1981 and 1991 – ten year follow-up”.(11) The majority of cases occurred in the most vulnerable age group below the age of one year in the most vaccinated children. Actually the majority of cases happened within the first four months. The vaccine is causing whooping cough. A lot of children develop whooping cough from the vaccine, but if they are vaccinated, it will be diagnosed as ‘croup’.
Bronwyn Hancock Vaccine Information Service agrees (12) stating:

“(2) The diagnostic guidelines given to doctors were supplemented with “No history of vaccination” when the vaccines were introduced. Even without these written guidelines, doctors are taught that vaccines are effective. The result is that upon seeing an illness in a child who has been vaccinated “against” it, doctors have been observed to conclude that the disease must be a different disease, so the case of the disease is not reported. 
For example whooping cough gets called “croup” when it occurs in vaccinated children, and diphtheria gets called such names as “epiglotitis”, or, as in this case, described in “Raising a Vaccine Free Child”, by Wendy Lydall (2005, pg 68), 
‘Her aunt had nursed diphtheria cases in Britain in the 1950s, and she said that her niece had the typical symptoms of diphtheria. The girl was flown by helicopter to a bigger hospital in Auckland, where they took a swab from her throat and confirmed diphtheria. When they learned that the girl was fully immunised, one of the doctors said to the mother, “Then it can’t be diphtheria.” They changed the diagnosis to bacterial tracheitis.’ 
So the teaching of doctors that vaccination will reduce number of cases *reported* of a disease is a self-fulfilling prophecy, regardless of how many cases there are in reality.”
The bottom line is parents are being duped into believing that vaccinations will protect children from deadly diseases when in fact they protect children from absolutely nothing. The truth is that more and more vaccinated children are becoming sick with the diseases that they have been vaccinated against and research is revealing that doctors are devising clever ways to cover this up. Not only this but the adverse reactions that children can have from the vaccines, are potentially worse than the diseases themselves. It seems to me that vaccinations are little more than a get rich quick scheme run by the pharmaceutical industries and endorsed by the governments. This is not only criminal it is fraud by any other name.


 1) K.P. Sethunath – Deccan Chronicle Rise in Paralysis Cases After Polio Vaccine
2) Dr Viera Scheibner Polio eradication: a complex end game – Polio Eradication by Vaccination
3) Book extract. The Health Century] Dr. Bernice E. Eddy, whose lab tests found that the Cutter vaccine had been improperly inactivated.
4) Peterson et al (Vaccination-induced poliomyelitis in Idaho. Preliminary report of experience with Salk poliomyelitis vaccine. JAMA; 159 (4): 241-244).
5) Greg Beatie  Hiding Polio
6) Neurology Of India – Report of five children with Guillain-Barré syndrome following a nationwide oral polio vaccine campaign in Turkey Anlar O, Tombul T, Arslan S, Akdeniz H, Caksen H, Gundem A, Akbayram S Department of Neurology, Yuzuncu Yil University Medical School, Van;year=2003;volume=51;issue=4;spage=544;epage=545;aulast=Anlar
7) Dr M Beddow Bayly M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Case Against Vaccination
8) Susan Claridge  Smallpox: a new threat?
10)  Natural News Vaccine Failure Admitted: Whooping Cough Outbreaks Higher Among Already Vaccinated Children
12) Bronwyn Hancock, Co-ordinator, Vaccination Information Service Turramurra NSW Australia – Letter to the BMJ
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