Stories of sexual assault by men in power are flooding the airwaves, taking down Hollywood entertainers among others. It's as much about power and control (bullies, mentally instability) as sexual activity. Men and women who have had to deal with the repercussions of sexual abuse, in and related to the workplace, are coming forward making this a movement in End Times linked to Disclosure and Healing. You may bury a sexual violation against you for years, or decades, but it remains in your consciousness and will one day be revealed to those involved. The Hollywood saga of abuse is hopefully ending as the stories keep coming and victims have their day in court.
Everything that is hidden - in any sector of the equation - appears to be surfacing in end times. The final reveal goes to who created the hologram. Wait for it. You should see it coming as the consciousness grids collapse around those programmed to do harm and conceal the facts thereafter. Those who prefer not to hear or face truth, will have no choice. The truth will out not just in the games of emotions but in every aspect of realty.
Scientists at CERN are still looking to breach other dimensions and figure out how energy became matter. With all the conspiracies in the world - such as the "revelation" last week that a large void was found in the Great Pyramid after which Zahi came forward and said it was discovered 25 years ago - I believe the secrets of the LHC are being kept secret with the age-old excuse, "It's for the good of the people who don't need to know." As we follow the algorithmic patterns of our creation, this leads to conspiracies and dissension in the ranks while certain sectors maintain control of information.
'Holy Grail' Hadron: Scientists Are Close to Detecting the Elusive Tetraquark Particle Live Science - November 10, 2017
Flit, zip, jitter, boom. Quarks, the tiny particles that make up everything tangible in the universe, remain deeply mysterious to physicists even 53 years after scientists first began to suspect these particles exist. They bop around at the edge of scientific instruments' sensitivities, are squirreled away inside larger particles, and decay from their higher forms into their simplest in half the time it takes a beam of light to cross a grain of salt. The little buggers don't give up their secrets easily. That's why it took more than five decades for physicists to confirm the existence of an exotic particle they've been hunting since the beginning of quark science: the massive (at least in subatomic particle terms), elusive tetraquark.
Another former high school friend named Linda emailed me on Facebook. She wrote: "Hi Ellie....just thought I would say hello and remind you of lunch hours spent on the steps of Lincoln. As I recall, you were a mini crumb cake luncher. I also remember some philosophical talks. We should catch up." Ah yes ... Drakes Crumb Cakes ... but more than that I remember, Linda and I laughing and talking about life. Though that was just a few years after my UFO experience in the Nevada desert, that part of my destiny would remain in the closet for the next two decades. Linda and I spoke later in the day about old times and new.
I am actually one of the few people I know who has fond memories of High School though I was happy to graduate early (January before turning 17) - going on to Brooklyn College - then gradating the summer after my 20th birthday. NYU followed after that for one year.
Back to this timeline ... the sun was shining as off I went to run errands. While at Walgreens on 3rd Avenue and 97th Street I was guided to the bagel store across the street where I was "told" I would find Crumb Cake 2017 Brooklyn Style ... and here it is. Interesting that I wasn't drawn to buy a piece, though I have tried them in the past and enjoyed. Please have a piece.
Next I took a drive along the Belt Parkway stopping to enjoy the last vestiges of summer with people of like-mind. There were two young couples shooting a scene for a documentary, bicyclists, joggers, along with others who pulled over to relax in the energies of the day while sitting on a bench. If only life could be this calm for everyone. A local man took these two pics of me by the Verrazano Bridge. As the sun was behind me, they came out dark, but today was all about the water and the bridge.
This Is All An Illusion Bridging Across Space and Time
"We are not going to let the United States be taken advantage of anymore." That's what President Trump told a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders in Vietnam Friday. The go-it-alone pitch must have been difficult for many of the countries to hear; most had pinned their economic hopes on a U.S.-led regional pact. Read more
The tax plan that Senate Republicans unveiled on Thursday would preserve prized exemptions like the mortgage interest deduction, and postpone a corporate rate cut to 2019. Such a delay isnÕt likely to go down well with the White House. Google News
US Veterans Day is the anniversary of the ending of World War I.
Major hostilities ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.
Honoring those who served in all wars
It may not have happened the way you are lead to believe
November 11, 1620
Mayflower Compact Google Videos
The Mayflower Compact was the first governing document of Plymouth Colony. It was written by separatist Congregationalists who called themselves "Saints". Later they were referred to as Pilgrims or Pilgrim Fathers. They were fleeing from religious persecution by King James of England. They traveled aboard the Mayflower in 1620 along with adventurers, tradesmen, and servants, most of whom were referred to by the Separatists as "Strangers". The Mayflower Compact was signed aboard ship on November 11, 1620 by the Pilgrims. They used the Julian Calendar, also known as Old Style dates, which, at that time, was ten days behind the Gregorian Calendar. Signing the covenant were 41 of the ship's 101 passengers, while the Mayflower was anchored in what is now Provincetown Harbor within the hook at the northern tip of Cape Cod.
November 9, 1934 - December 20, 1996
Carl Sagan Google Videos
Celebrating Carl Sagan: 13 fun facts about the cosmic genius on his birth anniversary
India Today - November 9, 2017
Carl Sagan was born to Jewish parents in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, NY. He was American astronomer, cosmologist, astrophysicist, astrobiologist, author, science popularizer, and science communicator in astronomy and other natural sciences. His best known scientific contribution is research on extraterrestrial life. Sagan assembled the first physical messages sent into space: the Pioneer plaque and the Voyager Golden Record, universal messages that could potentially be understood by any extraterrestrial intelligence that might find them. He is world-famous for writing popular science books and for co-writing the award-winning 1980 television series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.
Sagan wrote the novel Contact, the basis for the 1997 film of the same name starring Jodie Foster whose name is Ellie in the film. Sagan believed that the Drake equation suggested that a large number of extraterrestrial civilizations would form, but that the lack of evidence of such civilizations the (Fermi Paradox) suggests that technological civilizations tend to destroy themselves rather quickly. Sagan also played a prominent role in the U.S. space program, with his involvement in the Mariner, Viking, and Voyager spacecraft expeditions.
But without it we go nowhere.
There are positives and negatives in everything in a dualistic reality. But what would life be like if AI took over?
Raymond "Ray" Kurzweil (February 12, 1948) is an American author, computer scientist, inventor and futurist, involved in fields including optical character recognition (OCR), text-to-speech synthesis, speech recognition technology, and electronic keyboard instruments. Read more
Famous Futurist Ray Kurzweil Explains Why We Shouldn't Fear AI NBC - November 8, 2017
Kurzweil discussed the future of AI at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) in Washington, D.C. on Friday. And, while he agreed with Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk who warned of the potential existential risks a super-intelligent AI could bring, Kurzweil said that humanity would be able to overcome these difficult episodes, if they ever actually happen.