Saturday, June 29, 2013


and the living is not always easy ...

The window is open for summer vacations and romances. Enjoy your time. If traveling, remembering that the climate has changed and that which was once safe, may not be anymore. If you can't afford to travel, get out and do something that is creative.

With love ... please be careful where you put your heart. Understand the patterns in a relationship as they pertain to you and your partner. Clients are returning to tell me about broken promises from partners who suddenly changed their minds and disappeared, leaving them challenged about their choices and behavior. Enjoy the moment, the good times, but proceed carefully. Every reader of this blog knows the effort it takes to maintain a good working relationship, so be sure both of you are emotionally and physically available. If you frequently analyze and dissect your relationship, then something is wrong and it will end. Keep life simple. Try not to co-depend. Don't seek a caretaker, as many people do, because they are tired and lonely. Living with the wrong person is worse and not easy to change. Good luck.

Crop Circles

Remember when we followed crop circles?

Hourglass crop circle at Silbury Hill - June 2013

Drones and Crop Circles 2013 - Fun Stuff - Anyone can use a drone for surveillance

I chose the video below because I keep "seeing" the crop circles with the codes.
Search google videos for something you connect to.

June 30, 1908

The Tunguska Event

  Tunguska Event Google Videos

  Russian meteor shockwave circled globe twice   BBC - June 29, 2013

  It took 105 years, but they finally solved the mystery of Tunguska   MSNBC - June 29, 2013

When night turned to day .... The Tunguska event was a powerful explosion that occurred at 7:17 a.m. not far from the Podkamennaya River in what is now Krasnoyarsk Krai in Russia. The explosion is believed to have been caused by the air burst of a large meteoroid or comet fragment at an altitude of 5-10 kilometres (3.1-6.2 mi) above the Earth's surface. Although the Tunguska event is believed to be the largest impact event on land in Earth's recent history, impacts of similar size in remote ocean areas would have gone unnoticed before the advent of global satellite monitoring in the 1960s and 1970s. The explosion knocked over an estimated 80 million trees over 2,150 square kilometres (830 sq mi). It is estimated that the shock wave from the blast would have measured 5.0 on the Richter scale. An explosion of this magnitude is capable of destroying a large metropolitan area.

July 1-3, 1863

Battle of Gettysburg   Wikipedia

  Battle of Gettysburg   Google Videos

Re-enactment opens Gettysburg anniversary events   AP - June 29, 2013

150 Years After Gettysburg, Virginia and Minnesota Fight Over Confederate Flag   Yahoo - June 29, 2013

The Ghosts of Gettysburg   Google

Friday, June 28, 2013

Friday Memos - The Past

Crystalinks server updates are complete, backed up, and working perfectly and faster, as there is more capacity. The only thing that didn't come over was the old stats program. I could check Crystalinks google analytics every day, but have decided to do a pass on that for now as websites today don't post stats anymore and they are generally the same for most weeks. For now, they are just under one million readers per day for the summer when students and teachers are away. I will check back in the fall and see.

Like a chapter out of the Bermuda Triangle Grid ...
New Zealand scours shorelines for ship carrying Briton, Americans   CNN - June 28, 2013
Rescuers are holding out hope of finding six Americans and one Briton after their vintage sailboat went missing in early June off the coast of New Zealand. After sweeping searches by a reconnaissance plane hundreds of miles out to sea came up empty, maritime authorities have shifted their sights to coastlines in the country's northern shores and islands. The Nina, a historic wooden racing schooner built in 1928, went incommunicado on June 4, Maritime New Zealand said, having left port in Opua days before.

Remember when we followed crop circles every year ...

This hourglass crop circle at Silbury Hill, Nr Avebury, Wiltshire, UK. reminds us that most of the formations were manmade - another remnant of the past that held fascination ... but for today no relevance.

Consciousness Focus

The thing about the past is just that - it's the past.

Today is what's important and what lies ahead.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Doorways and Portals
are Fascinating

Voyager Reaches Mystery Interstellar Doorstep   Discovery - June 27, 2013
Voyager's prolonged journey into interstellar space took another dramatic turn when the intrepid space probe last summer passed into a bizarre and unanticipated cosmic hallway between the bubble of space under the sun's influence and whatever lies beyond. On the celestial highway since September 1977, the Voyager 1 probe soared past Jupiter and Saturn in 1979 and 1980, respectively, then ended up an a path that led toward interstellar space. Eventually, the spacecraft will get there, but exactly when that will happen -- and what else it may encounter before then -- is anybody's guess.

At the solar system's edge, more surprises from Voyager   PhysOrg - June 27, 2013
Data from NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft continues to provide new insight on the outskirts of our solar system, a frontier thought to be the last that Voyager will cross before becoming the first man-made object to reach interstellar space. Cruising through what scientists describe as a curious, unexpected charged-particle environment, Voyager has detected, for the first time, low-energy galactic cosmic rays, now that particles of the same energy from inside the bubble around our Sun disappeared. As a result, Voyager now sees the highest level so far of particles from outside our solar bubble that originate from the death of other nearby stars.

Doorways and Portals are Fascinating
When You Pass Through Them

Last week, I blogged about Ellie's Temporal Experiences Part 2 - The Laundry Room Incident. Today, I watched the video surveillance tape with my super Sal. We watched me put the sheets and towels in two washers, returning 30 minutes later and placing them in two dryers, then returning to get my laundry, which was all there. We watched as I left then returned at 11:22, opened dryer 2 but found it empty then found the wet towels in the dryer. I have to go back and get those images when Sal is free. They clearly show everything as I remembered it. Time re-sequenced and Ellie Time Traveled again.

Images retrieved from video surveillance with more to come

Removing my linens from dryer 1

Removing the towels from dryer 2

Throwing away the Bounce sheets - Note the full laundry bag

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Win For Same Sex Marriage

  Supreme Court strikes down part of DOMA   CNN - June 26, 2013

  Prop 8 Ruling: Obama Calls To Congratulate Plaintiffs After Supreme Court Ruling   Huffington Post - June 26, 2013

Gay Pride events in NYC Thursday-Sunday

June 27-28, 1969

Stonewall Riots

  Stonewall Riots Google Videos

The Stonewall Riots were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations against a police raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City. They are frequently cited as the first instance in American history when gays and lesbians fought back against a government-sponsored system that persecuted homosexuals, and they have become the defining event that marked the start of the gay rights movement in the United States and around the world.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Crystalinks is Moving So Are a Few Other Things

It's been two years since Crystalinks updated its server and in the tech world that's an eternity. Crystalinks will be moving to a newer faster server one day this week so you will experience some down time - how long will depend on you where you live.

** Check the north Mid-Atlantic Ridge (6.4) on the map above for earthquakes. When MAR rises, it will create one hell of a tsunami !! I dreamed about it last night. and it was connected to Noah, flood stories, Anunnaki themes and more.

A small tsunami struck the Jersey Shore earlier this month not to mention a small earthquake on Sunday. Also on the Jersey Shore - look out for the sharks - no not the casinos types but the great whites.

Moving right along ...

  Ancient Egyptian Statue Mysteriously Rotates at Museum   ABC - June 25, 2013

Food Blogs

Have you ever heard of a cronut? You can have one delivered in NYC for $100... seriously. People are just going crazy about food.

Twinkie lovers rejoice -- Twinkies return July 15

Over at the Food Network where my daughter Nikki works - the buzz is about the firing of Paula Deen after she made racial slurs.

June 26 - July 20, 2013

Mercury Retrograde

Monday, June 24, 2013

On the Run

In a case of international espionage and intrigue ... Edward Snowden is on the run again. But where is he now? As I listen to the Today Show, Snowden was not on the flight from Moscow to Cuba today as previous reported by the news. Stay tuned.

Many people will be on the run this week getting things done before the 4th of July holiday window begins - or just to get to other vacation plans. Make a list.

Here in the city, if your gay, hurry up and prepare for Gay Pride events Thursday-Sunday. Gay issues remain in the news.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Voynich Manuscript

The message inside what is often referred to as "the world's most mysterious medieval manuscript" - has eluded cryptographers, mathematicians and linguists for over a century. For many, the so-called Voynich book is assumed to be a hoax. Now researchers believe the manuscript may have one or more 'genuine messages'.

We will never fully understand all of the messages - some easy to discern while others resemble allegory making them subjective to the reader. Many of the images follow basic iconography found in other ancient texts. The history of the manuscript takes us to alchemy, creation, and the way the world appeared to the author hundreds of year ago. I believe one man wrote the book over many years, if not decades, to explain his theory of the way the universe works, as well as being used as a healing tool - all of which still remain the fundamental foundations to answers we seek in the twenty-first century. The secrecy and cryptic aspects make it fascinating. Wherever your journey is taking you, there will be some message in the book that connects.

Supermoon Today !

June 23, 2013

Full Moon 2° Capricorn

Sunday's Supermoon Won't Drive You Mad   Live Science - June 20, 2013
The full moon that will rise Sunday (June 23) will be the largest of the year, a "supermoon" caused by the slightly asymmetrical orbit of the moon around Earth. A supermoon is a full moon that happens within 12 hours of the lunar perigree, or the point in the lunar orbit that brings the moon closest to Earth. The moon's orbit is slightly elliptical; at its closest approach, the moon is 225,622 miles (363,104 kilometers) from Earth. At its farthest, the moon is 252,088 miles (405,696 km) away. The nearest full moon appears about 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than the full moon at its farthest point from the planet. But despite folklore to the contrary, the supermoon is not responsible for natural disasters, babies being born or people going mad.

Supermoon June 2013: Everything You Need To Know About Perigee Moon This Weekend   Huffington Post - June 21, 2013
One of the biggest celestial events of the year is almost upon us! Set to peak on Sunday, June 23, the 2013 supermoon is noteworthy not only for the remarkable sight it will present to skywatchers but also because it will be the largest supermoon this year. Also known as a perigee moon, the event occurs when a full moon lines up with the Earth and the sun at a specific point in its orbit, called the lunar perigee. That's the point at which the moon is nearest to Earth as it traces its elliptical path around our planet. Since it's closer to us, the moon appears up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than usual. Coined by astrologer Richard Nolle, the term "supermoon" essentially means a bigger and brighter full moon. But what makes Sunday's supermoon so special? While skywatchers will be able to spot another supermoon in July, the moon will not be this close again until August 2014.

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Solstice !

Photo taken June 21, 2013

Summer Solstice -- Summer Solstice at Stonehenge -- Astronomical Observatories

Sun in Cancer

Cancer is a water sign ruled by the Moon. Sunday features a Supermoon ...

June 23, 2013 - Full Moon 2° Capricorn

Supermoon June 2013: Everything You Need To Know
Huffington Post - June 21, 2013

Biblical Times - Gilgamesh - Anunnaki - Coming Full Cycle

Epoch Flooding

Gilgamesh at the Louvre - Note the "wrist device".

The Gilgamesh flood myth is a deluge story in the Epic of Gilgamesh which takes us to the Middle East and a pantheon of gods known as the Anunnaki.

Today, people across the planet people are experiencing biblical flood stories or end times. Floods brings landslides, sinkholes, disease and more.

3 die in floods, 75,000 forced from Calgary homes   AP - June 22, 2013
At least three people were killed by floodwaters that devastated much of southern Alberta, leading authorities to evacuate the western Canadian city of Calgary's entire downtown. Inside the city's hockey arena, the waters reached as high as the 10th row.

Sun bathers, reptiles emerge in Alaska heat as wildfires spread   Reuters - June 21, 2013
With a heat wave gripping Alaska, strange things have been happening under the midnight sun. Anchorage residents, who a month ago shivered through an unseasonably cold spring and a surprise May snowstorm, have donned swimsuits and depleted stores of fans to ward off record heat in the state's largest city. Temperatures have run as much as 20 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, with daytime highs in Anchorage climbing into the 80s in recent days, and the sudden onset of atypical warmth has been blamed for unleashing wildfires and flooding alike.

  India floods: Death toll in Uttarakhand 'passes 500'   BBC - June 21, 2013
The death toll from flooding and landslides following heavy monsoon rains in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand has passed 500. The state's Chief Minister, Vijay Bahuguna, said 556 bodies had been seen floating or buried in "slush", and that the army was working to recover them.

Serious Flooding hits France and Spain   Euro News - June 21, 2013
Parts of France are on orange alert as savage storms leave a trail of destruction in their wake. The South-west region is on storm watch, as the unseasonal weather claims its third life. A 54-year-old woman drowned in her car in the Landes.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Epoch Flooding

Across the planet people are living out biblical flood stories or end times. If you still thing it's all going away, you're wrong. Flooding brings landslides, disease and more. Today we find ...

  India floods: Death toll in Uttarakhand 'passes 500'   BBC - June 21, 2013
The death toll from flooding and landslides following heavy monsoon rains in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand has passed 500. The state's Chief Minister, Vijay Bahuguna, said 556 bodies had been seen floating or buried in "slush", and that the army was working to recover them.

  West Canada flooding forces 100,000 to flee homes   BBC - June 21, 2013
As many as 100,000 people have had to flee their homes in western Canada amid heavy flooding. Torrential rain and floodwaters have washed away roads and bridges and caused landslides in southern parts of the province of Alberta.

  Flooding hits Alberta province, forces 75,000 people from their homes in Calgary   CNN - June 21, 2013
Rain-swollen rivers burst from their banks in southern Alberta, Canada, ripping out roads, cutting off communities and forcing about 75,000 people out of their homes in Calgary alone

Serious Flooding hits France and Spain   Euro News - June 21, 2013
Parts of France are on orange alert as savage storms leave a trail of destruction in their wake. The South-west region is on storm watch, as the unseasonal weather claims its third life. A 54-year-old woman drowned in her car in the Landes.

Another Temporal Experience

Friday, June 21, 2013

Tuesday, mid-morning, I went to the laundry room to do my wash. There are 5 washing machines side by side to the left as you enter - and 4 commercial dryers side by side to the right. I have a washing machine in my apartment for personal items but once a week I do the heavy things downstairs - towels and linens.

On this day ... the Super's wife was using washers 3, 4, and 5, so I put my sheets and a few personal items in 1, and my large bath sheets (towels) in 2. She and I chatted brief about the situation in Turkey, her native country, then I went upstairs.

30 minutes later, I returned and noted that her laundry was tumbling along in dryers 3 and 4. I put my sheets in 1 and towels in 2 along with one of those small white static cling free sheets in each. At this point, I noted that the card I use in the laundry room had $21 left on in. The maximum is $40 so I decided to replenish the card next time with $20.

Another 30 minutes later, when I returned, the Super's wife had already removed her laundry and gone upstairs. I opened dryer 1 and removed my sheets. While placing them in my laundry bag, the static cling free sheet fell to the floor, but I didn't pick it up at that moment so as not to drop any of my laundry. I opened dryer 2, took the cling free sheet out as it was right on top of my towels, and put it in the garbage. I walked back, put my towels in the laundry bag, then went upstairs.

Back in my bedroom, I took the bag of laundry and dumped it on the bed. Now here's where things get weird. The towels were not there - just the sheets. Confused, I reasoned ... could I have forgotten the towels in the dryer? Am I getting old and senile? :)

Off I went to the laundry room assuming my towels were still in dryer 2 yet clearly remember removing them and the cling free sheet. Guess what? The towels weren't there! Now I was further confused. I walked to the garbage and saw the cling free sheet inside - indeed I had placed it there. The other cling free sheet remained on the floor where it had fallen as if a marker of some kind. Okay ... I picked that one up and put it in the garbage and still didn't know where my towels were.

I looked over at the 5 washing machines and noted that their lids were all open, meaning they were left that way to tell other tenants they are empty.

I walked over to the machine where I had washed my towels ... and there they were ... washed and ready to be placed in the dryer. Though I rarely curse, all I could think was ... WTF! I should also note that no one besides the Super's wife and I were in the laundry room during this entire incident.

So ... I went upstairs ... got the card and another cling free sheet ... went downstairs and put the towels in dryer 2 where I was 100% sure they had been in the first place. I further noted that the card went to $19 when I placed it in the dryer this time ... concluding that I had used it to dry the towels in the first place. I pondered the logic of the situation with friends and they all said it was a temporal experience. I agree.

Thursday, I remembered the Super's wife and went to talk to her. She told me that when she took her clothes out of dryers 3 and 4 - she definitely remembered seeing my towels tumbling along in 2 and my sheets in 1. It should be furthered noted that, as the super's wife, she likes to make sure all is in order in the building. As she left the laundry room, she noted that all of the washers were empty - their lids open.

So what are we to conclude? You may remember my elevator experience last week. An elevator is a vehicle used by hypnotherapists as a tool to move consciousness through time ... but a washer and dryer? Friends and I agree - the illusion of time and space are collapsing which is why nothing works ... therefore I can expect more "out of phase" experiences as the grids implode into each other ... zero point just ahead.

While talking to my friend John about my experiences, it suddenly dawned on me ... the answer is obvious ... it's the elevator which links this event with the elevator incident last week. :)

Then there was the exercise (previous blog) about circadian rhythms in which I saw myself beyond time. The article mentions the phrase "circa diem" Latin for "approximately a day." One of my favorite phrase is Carpe diem - "seize the day". All we ever really experienced was the Now - a moment in time that seems like forever until you view it from outside of the illusion of time.

As all things (and blogs) tie together in the course of a week - I also wrote about Angelina Jolie in two blogs. One of them mentions her 2001 film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider which incorporates time travel.

This morning, I had another one of those dreams where I am struggling to wake up beyond this experience and back to full consciousness. It won't be long now. Friends remind me that we are coming to the window linked to the adventures of Sarah and Alexander - highlighted on July 4.

Happy Summer !

June 21, 2013

Sun in Cancer

Happy Birthday to the Crystalinks readers born in Cancer.

Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice at Stonehenge

Astronomical Observatories

Thursday, June 20, 2013

James Gandolfini

Thursday starts off with news from Rome about the passing of actor James Gandolfini who starred in the iconic role of Tony Soprano. My area of Bay Ridge Brooklyn was home to many of the characters on the show, often seen in their favorite local hangouts. Restaurant 101, across the street, was one of them and still acts as a "social meeting place" sometimes for the actors but mostly for some of the older local "boys" - who say hello when I walk by. The energies are like a scene out of a mob movie, or the housewives of NJ, or the characters on the TV series the Jersey Shore that many find colorful, while others find offensive and dysfunctional.

James Gandolfini was a great actor whose overweight and history spoke of emotional problems. All you had to do is look in his eyes to see that part of his consciousness was here - the rest disconnected. His character represented outdated, off-the-boat thinking - another subroutine in the program. In real life, people living the Guido dramas - tell me they are trying to escape from the issues they create. Good-bye Tony ... you'll be missed. I'll stop by and see the "boys" later to pay my respects. I wonder what the death of Tony Soprano symbolizes?

New York is filled with tell-tale signature accents, most of which I can mimic after listening to a few sentences. Ron and I have a few favorites but never did I expect to see this. Hey Ron ... there's a small sign I noticed on the Belt Parkway as I drove by on Sunday that says ... "Fuggedaboutit". :)

  James Gandolfini, Sopranos star, dies in Italy aged 51   BBC - June 20, 2013
James Gandolfini, the US actor best known for his role as a therapy-seeking mob boss in The Sopranos, has died at the age of 51.

  James Gandolfini's remains await autopsy in Rome   CNN - June 20, 2013
The body of actor James Gandolfini was transferred to a hospital morgue in Rome early Thursday, where it awaits an autopsy. By law, medical examiners in Italy are required to carry out the postmortem 24 hours after the body's arrival in the morgue, a hospital spokesman said. Before Italian authorities can release his remains for transport back to the United States, the U.S. Embassy in Rome must issue a death certificate. Gandolfini was not alive when he arrived by ambulance at the Policlinico hospital late Wednesday, spokesman Antonio Spasola said.

September 18, 1961- June 19, 2013

James Gandolfini

  James Gandolfini Google Videos

James Gandolfini was an award winning American actor. Filmography

I'm no fan of paparazzi. I scowl, flip the bird, or shoot death stares at the nearest camera.

James Gandolfini Quotes

All due respect, you got no f-----g idea what it's like to be Number One.
Every decision you make affects every facet of every other f-----g thing.
It's too much to deal with almost. And in the end you're completely alone with it all.

Tony Soprano Quotes

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day

  World Refugee Day Google Videos

World Refugee Day is dedicated to raising awareness
of the situation of refugees throughout the world.

  More than seven million refugees displaced in 2012 - UN   BBC - June 19, 2013

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Angkor Discovery

One of my favorite files on Crystalinks - due to its powerful mystical and spiritual energies - is Angkor Wat, a temple complex located at Angkor, Cambodia. You may recall scenes from the Angelina Jolie 2001 film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider shot on location there and how she later returned to adopt her oldest son Madox. Today we find ...

'Lost' Medieval City Discovered Beneath Cambodian Jungle   Live Science - June 19, 2013

A lost city known only from inscriptions that existed some 1,200 years ago near Angkor in what is now Cambodia has been uncovered using airborne laser scanning. The previously undocumented cityscape, called Mahendraparvata, is hidden beneath a dense forest on the holy mountain Phnom Kulen, which means "Mountain of the Lychees." The cityscape came into clear view, along with a vast expanse of ancient urban spaces that made up Greater Angkor, the large area where one of the largest religious monuments ever constructed - Angkor Wat, meaning "temple city" - was built between A.D. 1113 and 1150. The lost city of Mahendraparvata revealed in a shaded relief map of terrain beneath the vegetation in the Phnom Kulen acquisition area. Green denotes previously documented archaeological features; areas shaded red contain newly documented features indicative of an extensive urban layout.

Airborne laser technology has uncovered a network of roads and canals, illustrating the remains of a bustling ancient city linking Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples complex. The discovery was announced late on Monday in a peer-reviewed paper released early by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal. The laser scanning revealed a previously undocumented formal urban planned landscape integrating the 1,200-year-old temples. The Angkor temple complex, Cambodia's top tourist destination and one of Asia's most famous landmarks, was constructed in the 12th century. Angkor Wat is a point of deep pride for Cambodians, appearing on the national flag, and was named a Unesco world heritage site. Archaeologists had long suspected that the city of Mahendraparvata lay hidden beneath a canopy of dense vegetation atop Phnom Kulen mountain in Siem Reap province. But the airborne lasers produced the first detailed map of a vast cityscape, including highways and previously undiscovered temples.

The technology, known as lidar, works by firing laser pulses from an aircraft to the ground and measuring the distance to create a detailed, three-dimensional map of the area. It is a useful tool for archaeologists because the lasers can penetrate dense vegetation and cover swaths of ground far faster than they could be analysed on foot. Lidar has been used to explore other archaeological sites, such as Stonehenge. Archaeologists had already spent years doing ground research to map a 3.5 sq mile section of the city's downtown area. But the lidar revealed the section was much bigger -- at least 14 sq miles -- and more heavily populated than once believed. Researchers do not yet know why the civilization at Mahendraparvata collapsed. But Evans said one current theory is that possible problems with the city's water management system may have driven people out. The next step for researchers involves excavating the site, which Evans hopes will reveal clues about how many people once lived in the city.

Listening 1

Earth Calling E.T.: New Project Begins Beaming Your Messages Into Deep Space  
Live Science - June 19, 2013

In 18 years, messages beamed out into space from Earth by a new alien-messaging project Monday (June 17) will reach a distant star system known as Gliese 526. Officials with the Lone Signal project - a newly launched website designed to send user-written notices to any extraterrestrials who may receive them - hope that their messages might open the first dialogue between Earth and other intelligent life forms. One of the company's first message beamed to the Gliese 526 system, located 17.6 light-years from Earth was sent by famous futurist Ray Kurzweil and reads: "Greetings to Gliese 526 from Singularity University. As you receive this, our computers have made us smarter, the better to understand you and the wisdom of the universe√Č"

Listening 2

"We need to switch carriers. The Americans are spying on us again!"

Details continue to unfold concerning country to country eavesdropping, not to mention listening in on its citizens. Today, thanks to the insertion of technology in this timeline - the average citizen gets to see the truth unveiled. Do you remember the metaphysical blogs about the "veils" being lifted? It was about the veil in sur"veil"lance. Information today is veiled in the "clouds".

Sunday in Connecticut I meet some very interesting people who hold money and power. One thing everyone agreed on - the world has gone crazy. Did I mention my theories to them? No. As with most people - when they are programmed to get it - they will. Along with the truth will come a Major Event ... the first domino that catalyzes the end. There are those who believe its connected to extraterrestrial interaction, but I don't see it. At this point in the timelines - if ETs are watching and not helping - they are not the good guys. If they created this reality based on their programming to experience emotions - their experiment is ending. I don't know why I'm so certain about this - but I am.

It's time to stop ... look ... and listen.