Channeling, Earth Changes, Time Jumping, Pleiadians, Humanity Growing Up

“We never teach anybody anything… we only transmit sufficient to allow them to connect to their source”

- Robert Young

To learn more about this amazing fellow

I heard from him on this show "Journeys With Rebecca". She has been talking from what I've heard mostly about channeling, ascension, pleiadians, different dimensions, earth changes, time jumping, dimensional traveling, stuff. Here are the archives of prerecorded shows u can listen to.

ok that's all for now. hope u enjoy it like i have. love u guys :)

Freeconomy - Living Without Money - Happiness - Responsibility - Convenience - Peace Of Mind - Simplicity

"If you want to make a man rich, do not add to his wealth but subtract from his desires." (or at least desires that cost money/sufferage)
"I've made small sacrifices," Boyle says of his lifestyle. "But I've gained so much more."

Zero Currency. Living Money Free for 9 Years.

Daniel has not used money in any way for 9 years. A middle aged former Peace Corps volunteer and social worker, he describes the events that led to giving up money completely from the cave where he now lives, located in the breathtaking canyons outside Arches National Park. Set against the backdrop of America's recent financial crisis, Daniel's philosophical, political, and spiritual tenets that guide his life free of credit and debt become startlingly immediate and challenge us to examine how money affects our true nature while providing a provocative glimpse into what life may be like in it's total absence. If you find this video online please leave a link in comments!

The No Money Man

The Right To Suck Cock. Ship Of Fools. Creativity. Insecurity. Peace.

First here are some ebooks I've found by Derrick Jensen, Daniel Quinn, John Zerzan, Crimethinc you may read if you'd like

Second Download The Unabomber Manifesto.pdf now not later

Quotes From Ted Kaczynski: from

"If you think that more effective law enforcement is unequivocally good because it suppresses crime, then remember that crime as defined by the system is not necessarily what YOU would call crime. Today, smoking marijuana is a "crime," and, in some places in the U.S.., so is possession of ANY firearm, registered or not, may be made a crime, and the same thing may happen with disapproved methods of child-rearing, such as spanking. In some countries, expression of dissident political opinions is a crime, and there is no certainty that this will never happen in the U.S., since no constitution or political system lasts forever."

The moral code of our society is so demanding that no one can think, feel and act in a completely moral way. For example, we are not supposed to hate anyone, yet almost everyone hates somebody at some time or other, whether he admits it to himself or not...

Oversocialization can lead to low self-esteem, a sense of powerlessness, defeatism, guilt, etc. One of the most important means by which our society socializes children is by making them feel ashamed of behavior or speech that is contrary to society's expectations. If this is overdone, or if a particular child is especially susceptible to such feelings, he ends by feeling ashamed of HIMSELF...

Mony Vital Breatharian / Death Culture

"We are all living in the "Culture of Death", that is our home matrix on earth." - Mony Vital

The emergence of the Human Value System of Death is a result of the influences by Religion and Society.
We will explore the belief in death as it is institutionalized in our culture. The possibility in the death concept is deeply rooted and is being compounded on a daily basis into our psyche.

Symptoms of the Death Culture
Pain And Misery
Physical Deterioration
Spiritual Confusion
Control by Religion
Control by Government
Becoming the Norm

Mortality Indicators

No Future
No Vision
No Possibilities
Slow Death

Culture of Death Instruments
Beef And Milk Industries
(Heaven and Hell)
Information Highway
(Commercials, Messages, Soft Mind Control)
Insurance Industry
(Actuarial Tables)
(Budget Planning)

Raw Foods vs. Cooked Foods - The Great American Rat Experiment

 (NaturalNews) The following is an account of an interesting three-part experiment comparing the effects of raw foods versus cooked foods in rats. This account is taken from a book titled Goldot, by Lewis E. Cook, Jr. and Junko Yasui:

"It has been found that a group of rats who were fed diets of raw vegetables, fruits, nuts and grains from birth grew into completely healthy specimens and never suffered from any disease. They were never ill. They grew rapidly, but never became fat, mated with enthusiasm, and had healthy offspring. They were always gently affectionate and playful and lived in perfect harmony with each other. Upon reaching an old age, equivalent to 80 years in humans, these rats were put to death and autopsied. At that advanced age, their organs, glands, tissues and all body processes appeared to be in perfect condition without any sign of aging or deterioration.

A companion group of rats were fed a diet comparable to that of the average American and included white bread, cooked foods, meats, milk, salt, soft drinks, candies, cakes, vitamins and other supplements, medicines for their ailments, etc. During their lifetime, these rats became fat and from the earliest age, contracted most of the diseases of modern American society including colds, fever, pneumonia, poor vision, cataracts, heart disease, arthritis, cancer, and many more.

Most of this group died prematurely at early ages, but during their lifetime, most of them were vicious, snarling beasts, fighting with one another, stealing one another's food and attempting to kill each other. They had to be kept apart to prevent total destruction of the entire group. Their offspring were all sick and exhibited the same general characteristics as the parents.

As this group of rats died one by one or in epidemics of various diseases, autopsies were performed revealing extensive degenerative conditions in every part of their bodies. All organs, glands, and tissues were affected, as were the skin, hair, blood, and nervous system. They were all truly total physical and nervous wrecks. The same conditions existed in the few which survived the full duration of the experiment.

A third companion group of rats was fed the same diet as the second group to an age equivalent to about forty years in humans. They displayed the same general symptoms as the second group. They were sick and vicious so that they had to be separated to prevent them from killing each other and stealing one another's food. At the end of this initial period, all rats in this group then received the natural (raw) diet of the first group of rats. Within one month, the behavioral pattern had changed completely so that the now docile, affectionate, playful creatures were once again able to live together in a harmonious society and from this point on never suffered any illness.

Several rats were put to death and autopsied at the end of the initial period revealing the same general deterioration as that exhibited in the second group of rats. However, the remaining rats lived out the full duration of the experiment, to the equivalent of 80 years in humans, and when they were autopsied there were no signs of aging or deterioration or disease just as those in the first group. The obvious disease, degeneration, and deterioration of body parts evident in their first half of life had been completely reversed and excellent health restored.

The same principles apply to human life as there is only one Truth! Thus, it may be concluded that sick people may be restored to health simply by choosing the proper diet and observing the other rules of health. There is no mystery. There is no external force that will help –- all healing is accomplished within the body, by the body, in accordance with the laws of organic life and health."

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Junk food-addicted rats chose to starve themselves rather than eat healthy food. Death Cult-ure

(NaturalNews) A diet including unlimited amounts of junk food can cause rats to become so addicted to the unhealthy diet that they will starve themselves rather than go back to eating healthy food, researchers have discovered.

In a series of studies conducted over the course of three years and published in the journal 
Nature Neuroscience, Scripps Florida scientists Paul Johnson and Paul Kenny have shown that rats' response to unlimited junk food closely parallels well-known patterns of drug addiction -- even down to the changes in brain chemistry.

"What we have are these core features of addiction, and these animals are hitting each one of these features," Kenny said.

In their first study, the researchers fed 
rats on either a balanced diet or on the same diet plus unlimited access to junk foods purchased at a local supermarket, including processed meats and cakes. Within a short time period, the rats on the junk food diet began to eat compulsively and quickly became overweight.

"They're taking in twice the amount of calories as the control rats," Kenny said.

The researchers hypothesized that the rats were 
eating compulsively because, like drug addicts, they had become desensitized to smaller amounts and needed more and more for the same rush of pleasure.

Many recreational drugs work by directly stimulating the brain's pleasure centers, particularly the dopamine receptor known as D2. Overstimulation of this receptor causes the body to start producing less dopamine, leading the addict to compensate by taking more of the drug.