December 25, 2015

Cosmic Disclosure Season 2 - Episode 13: Viewer Questions Part 1 - Summary and Analysis | Corey Goode and David Wilcock

Hvem er David Wilcock: David Wilcock er en professionel foredragsholder, filminstruktør og forsker af gamle civilisationer, bevidsthed videnskab, og nye paradigmer af stof og energi. Hans kommende Hollywood-film CONVERGENCE afslører bevis for, at alt liv på Jorden er forenet i et felt af bevidsthed, som påvirker vores sind på fascinerende måder. Divine Cosmos er den officielle Internet side, hvor derfindes tusindvis af gratis sider af videnskabelig og spirituel information om åndelig vækst, Ascension og udviklingen af bevidsthed. David kommentere til tider hvad Benjamin Fulford udgiver, fordi meget giver mening.


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David and Corey take a detour and answer audience questions this week, in the process they discuss elements from previous episodes as well as hitherto unrevealed data points.

The notion of an energetic shift or ascension has long been discussed in the truther community. Some contend that the Earth is moving into fifth density, skipping fourth all together. Others have suggested that the shift is a result of humanity's consciousness while others think it is the result of higher energy fields the solar system is moving through. But possibly all these things and more will contribute to the almost undeniable shift presently underway.

According to Goode, the secret space program (SSP) sent research vessels out into these fields in an effort to determine what effect they would have on an individual. The methods employed where highly unethical, as participants were unwittingly subjected to fields and experienced all manner of effects as a result. But in each instance, the effects varied depending on the individual, where they were in their personality attainment level.

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Switzerland to vote on banning banks from creating money - Dec 25, 2015 CET

Referendum on radical proposal to give central banks sole money creation power will be held after petition gains 110,000 signatures


Switzerland will hold a referendum to decide whether to ban commercial banks from creating money.

The Swiss federal government confirmed on Thursday that it would hold the plebiscite, after more than 110,000 people signed a petition calling for the central bank to be given sole power to create money in the financial system.

The campaign - led by the Swiss Sovereign Money movement and known as the Vollgeld initiative - is designed to limit financial speculation by requiring private banks to hold 100pc reserves against their deposits.

"Banks won’t be able to create money for themselves any more, they’ll only be able to lend money that they have from savers or other banks," said the campaign group.



The Swiss National Bank was established with money creating powers in 1891 Photo: AP


Under Switzerland's direct democracy, a referendum can be held if a motion gains 100,000 signatures within 18 months of launching.

If successful, the sovereign money bill would give the Swiss National Bank a monopoly on physical and electronic money creation, "while the decision concerning how new money is introduced into the economy would reside with the government," says Vollgeld.

The idea of limiting all money creation to central banks was first touted in the 1930s and supported by renowned US economist Irving Fischer as a way of preventing asset bubbles and curbing reckless lending.

Ude i de svenske skove forbereder de sig på systemkollaps - 25. December 2015 (Målet er at blive selvforsynende og dermed uafhængige af banker, fødevareindustri og vand- og elselskaber. »Den gryende erkendelse var, at vi ikke var glade. Vi var fanget i det her hamsterhjul, som vi ikke kunne komme ud af, og som hverken gavner planeten eller os - en bevægelse, der i visse kredse kaldes voluntary simplicity – frivillig enkelhed)

Klimaforandringer og finanskrise vil resultere i, at vores samfund, som vi kender det i dag, ikke vil bestå. Det mener Lars og Trine Dam, der tror, at et systemkollaps kan være lige rundt om hjørnet. Derfor er de flyttet ud i de svenske skove og forbereder sig på en fremtid, hvor mad kan blive en mangelvare, og hvor strømsvigt kan blive hverdag

Parrets søn August er 1 år gammel. Trine Dam arbejder på en række foredrag om parrets livsstil, hvor hun blandt andet vil komme ind på udfordringerne ved at opdrage et barn til et liv, der lægger sig uden for normen. 

Parrets søn August er 1 år gammel. Trine Dam arbejder på en række foredrag om parrets livsstil, hvor hun blandt andet vil komme ind på udfordringerne ved at opdrage et barn til et liv, der lægger sig uden for normen.

Helt derude, hvor telefonforbindelsen ryger, og skovarealerne føles uendelige, halvanden times kørsel fra København, ligger et rødt bjælkehus med hvide træpaneler, bygget i 1835, midt i den svenske skov. For lidt over to år siden købte det danske par Trine og Lars Dam huset for 300.000 kroner, pakkede deres tasker og sagde farvel til deres liv i København. Nu bor de året rundt i det 65 kvadratmeter store hus med deres etårige søn August.

Her er de i gang med at plante grøntsager, genetablere en gammel brønd ude i baghaven og bygge et hønsehus. Målet er at blive selvforsynende og dermed uafhængige af banker, fødevareindustri og vand- og elselskaber. Indtil da lever de af den ene deltidsløn, som Lars Dam kan trække hjem via sit freelancejob og bruger ellers alle ugens dage på at få deres liv ude i skoven op og køre.

Where Did Christmas Come From? Well, Not Jesus For A Start - The David Icke Videocast

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