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Alone In A Crowd

Posted by Admin on December 26, 2011

Alone In A Crowd

by Owen Waters

The Christmas and New Year’s Holidays are often a time of gathering together for friends and relatives. The holidays can also be a time when spiritually-aware people feel a certain aloneness, even in the midst of a crowd.

It helps to know what can cause such a sense of loneliness, and why it affects spiritually-aware people more so than others. Your outer personality is designed to focus upon the five senses and upon the experience of the outside world which those senses deliver. As it says on our home page at,

“Just as each snowflake is unique, so is each person. Your primary purpose in life is to experience life from one individual, unique point of view. You are an expression of Infinite Being as it experiences itself from all possible viewpoints.”

Your purpose here on Earth is to experience being an individual, and that is exactly why a sense of isolation can occur, especially during the holidays. Because we are all connected within, we need to take a moment to go beyond the separated appearance of a room full of individuals and recall the inner connection that we share with the people around us.

Recalling that inner connection is not hard. At night, in the deepest level of sleep, you reconnect with your soul family and thrill at the union you all share. Soul families consist of people who resonate to the same ‘musical’ tone of consciousness as each other. Each person has a signature tone of consciousness which represents who they are.

When you meet people in your soul family at night, you know them by the unique signature tone of consciousness that radiates from them. It doesn’t matter how their spiritual body appears to your sense of spiritual vision, you know them by how their unique consciousness signal, their ‘signature tone,’ feels to you.

Each person belongs to a primary group of soul mates which, typically, numbers somewhere around eight souls. This primary group vibrates in close harmony with other groups which, in turn, vibrate in close harmony with still more groups. The number of people in an extended soul family can easily stretch to two thousand or more individuals. Among these, especially the closer ones, are the people that you interact with in meaningful ways as you pass through life on Earth together. In fact, you plan your life as a soul before you begin your life so that you can arrange to meet significant friends who will help you through significant events and experiences in that life.

Part of your consciousness lives with the pure essence of your soul family all the time, not just at night when the main focus of your attention rises through the spirit realms to meet them. It is your awareness of that soul family-connected part of yourself which makes you yearn for the close community that you experience in those other realms of consciousness.

The holidays are a good time to remember that, no matter how different people appear to each other through their surface personalities, deep down we are all one.

Feel the connection. Feel the love that binds all of life in this universe together, and remember that, in the ultimate reality,

“We are all Infinite Being.”

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Owen Waters is the author of Love, Light Laughter: The New Spirituality, which is available both as a paperback and a downloadable e-book, at:

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MJ 12 AF General’s Stepson Talks ET

Posted by Admin on June 18, 2011

MJ 12 AF General’s Stepson Talks ET
By Ed Komarek
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A friend of mine Jeff Adams struck up a conversation with a individual involved in the patriot community and pretty soon they got to talking about UFO/ET. Jeff knows the guy’s real name but obviously does not want it spread around. The following email conversations were from a few months ago before Avatar came out. I only published bits and pieces of this in other articles in the past for fear of getting this individual in trouble and ending the conversation prematurely.

Jeff said go ahead and put this all out as both he and this individual have moved on to other interests. I see no reason to expect this individual was lying to Jeff and most likely did not realize that this information would become public. There is some good stuff here that hopefully others can collaborate in this email exchange. Jeff also talked to this person by phone.

To Jeff: I could tell you some stuff that would curl your hair, and make you go HUH?A lot of it borders on sci-fi and the unbelievable. What is it you want to know? When we actually put a man on the moon? Our moon-base(yes we have one) Experimental aircraft, or where our tech really has led us? Let me know, and I can tell you what I know! Plus the fact that my step dad worked for NASA, as well as my brother and cousin (both of whom are a-nauts)

Don’t like the AR-15 myself. Would rather have an AK. Or an M1A(M-14 clone), G-3 or FN. And a good 45 auto or 9mm. to back it up. A scope mounted long range shooter is also good. And lots of ammo and spare parts, scattered over a wide area. Food for at least a week, and med supplies( and the knowledge of how to use it). Store stuff, here and there, so if you get cut off from resupply, you can still get to it.

To Jeff:
Here’s a condensed version of my step-dads report: In August of 1982 a family of 8 was reported missing from their small farm north of Mora , Sweden [this is near lake Siljan, in the middle of the country]The family consisted of a father, mother, 4 children(2 boys, 2 girls) an uncle and a grandfather. Ages of the children was between 8 and 14.The family was reported missing after the father and uncle failed to show up for work on Monday at a local knife factory [Mora Knife Works]. No signs of a struggle were seen in the home, however the following odd things were noted: family pictures were missing from their frames, clothing was missing, closets were empty, tools were missing from a shed, livestock and pets were missing, hunting weapons were gone, and a family Bible was missing [every good Swedish family has a family Bible].

All three men were in the same home-guard unit. All of their weapons and uniforms were missing. There was no history of mental illness. No history of child/sexual abuse. No history of drug/excess alcohol use. Money was found in bank accounts. The family was not in serious debt. NATO HQ North in Brussels was contacted when several odd depressions and burn marks were noted in a field in the back of the house.LT.GEN ‘L’ [my step-dad] and a team were dispatched to investigate.

They were shown several depressions in the ground located midway between the house and the back edge of the property. These depressions formed a circle 48 meters across. It consisted of 8 ‘holes’, 4 small, 4 large, forming the circle. The large ones were 1 meter across, the small ones .75 meters across. The holes were evenly spaced and alternated, big, small, big, and etc. The inside of the holes were burned to ash, and were irradiated. In the center of the circle was an area of smashed vegetation twisted in a clockwise manner [like a crop circle].It was not irradiated, but emitted large amounts of EME [electro-magnetic energy].

The family has yet to be found. My step-dads last notation was in August 2002, so he was following up on the case. His last notation was: I must assume from the evidence and the lack of bodies or body parts,that the family in question has departed this planet on a voluntary basis for places or parts unknown.

This is where I come in.In 1989, and again 1999, I visited the site. On both trips I noted that grass still would not grow in the hole, even though the hole were filled in. Bugs would not enter the circle, which was OK for the new owner, who said ‘once you get past the tingly sensation on the back of your neck, it’s a great place to sit and read’! If you went into the circle, you got the sensation that you get from sticking a wet hand in a light socket! And this was 7 and 17 years after the fact! My conclusion? Same as my step-dads.

To Jeff: Just got off with some friends in the know. Here is what they had to add. They also told me what to look for — (deleted for security reasons)There are 7 major and 57 minor alien races in our section of the universe. If we expand to include our galaxy, the number rises to 11 and 124. So much for the ‘no life in the rest of the universe’ theory!! LOL 🙂

I make a study of transplanted colonies, so I’ll drive in that direction for a while. The nearest human colony not on earth in the trinary star system of Alpha Centari.The colony is, I have been told, on a moon of the 4th. planet. Imagine Endor w/o the Ewoks. The colony has been there for years (i.e. 1970’s) and was seeded by people from Earth by the Nordics. These people are what I call ‘choice primitives’, that is, they live at a tech level that is lower then their home planet, by choice. They live, I am told at a level equal to Earth ca.1940. Think ‘The Village’ with airmail! LOLThe colony is aware of ET’s and spacecraft, and interact with them for trade purposes. They are an agricultural and forestry producing planet(that’s a duh).

Don’t know the population, but I would assume that it is small. Most are, I would assume, from Europe and North America.The Nordics and the Greys had an alliance which fell apart at this same time. The Nordics, who can be quite warlike when they want to be, opened up a can of whoopass on the Greys, and the war cost the Greys a lot of ground.The Greys were apparently using the Nordics for their own purposes, and the Nordics were not amused. The US/EU/UN still works with the Greys, so we all know where this going to end.

It would appear that the Nordics and their friends are the only allies we have out there.The rest want us as slave labor, breeding material, or food. Yes there are aliens that eat people.There are, I have been told, several other colonies out there, within ‘shouting distance of Earth. I for one have no problem in believing this, and have been studying it for years.

Apparently,the colonies are arranged by race (whites are NOT the only race that the Nordics deal with), and then by language. So if, you were a white English speaking guyyou would be put with your own kind. The tech level is kept low on purpose. One, low tech worlds don’t attract attention to passers by. Two, they ( Both the Nordics and the colonists) don’t want to wind up in the same place we are now.Makes sense to me.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t think the Nordics are going to come down and save us all! Far from it. I think they are very selective in who they choose. And, they don’t appear to take large groups. One or two people at a time. Although I have heard rumors that have taken families of up to 8!About their ships.

The N’s ( I’m getting tired of spelling out the word) use the ‘classic’ flying saucer, and have for years. They also use the triangle shaped ships as well. Difference is, the triangles are armed. Their answer to an PT boat or Sub-chaser. They are used as AMC’s as well. AMC=Armed Merchant Cruiser or Carrier. Those big triangles in AZ a few years back? Our buds the N’s.And guess what they wanted? Sand. Yes, sand. Sand, salt, lead and water are the 4 biggest trade items in the ‘verse!!The saucers are more benign. But they don’t seem to using them much anymore. See more triangles now.

Billy Myer or Mayer.You should read up on him. Guy had one arm and lived in Switzerland back in the 60’s and 70’s. Everyone thought he was a nut. He had contact of the 4th kind with the N’s.I guess it would not be an abduction if you left voluntarily, huh? HMM 🙂 More on leaving this place next time.

To Jeff: I took the opposite approach and went low key. My step-father was a more then one star general in the USAF,and even my men in the guard don’t know it. Well, maybe one or two, along with the AG, who happened to know my dad from back in Vietnam. I really don’t want folks to know who I am, or how well trained I and my men really are. To put in on the table, I have served in two navies and four armies, been to 36 countries, all 50 states, and all the provinces in Canada. I worked for the JPL and NASA, so I know how the bastards work. It’s just trying to figure out how to defeat them that I am having a problem with. (Patriot conversation omitted)

To Jeff: Some notes on Alpha-Centauri: The primary star of AC is only a little bigger then our sun. A gas giant could circle it and still have a moon that supported life. The main planet would be about 3-4 AU’s away from AC1, or about double the distance that Mars is from the Sun. The moon would have to be 750k to 1m miles from the planet, or about 4 times the distance from Earth to the moon. A year would be about 1.5 earth years long. AC2 sits at a distance of 22 AU’s, give or take, and would not give off a lot of radiation or light.

When the moon was facing it,it would be equal to a full moon an a clear night on Earth. That noted, the ‘sun’ would always be shining, as the moon would be facing one or the other all the time. AC3 sits at a distance of .14 LY, and is to small to matter much. Assuming the moon is Mars or Earth sized, the gravity level would be about normal.

Since the N’s are from a thin air, lower gravity world, one would assume that they don’t spend much time on the moon, which I am guessing is very Earth like. Since it is supposed to be forested, by trees of great size, one could also assume that it has animal life of great size as well. Just thought I would throw this past you!

To Jeff:
The tall greys are the most prominent group that we are interacting with. They made contact in the 1930’s and have been working with us hand in hand since the late 40’s.The triangle ships are operated by the Nordics. They come, I am told , from a star cluster in the 7 sister’s/Pleaides Group. The wormholes use huge amounts of energy, and when operated from earth, tend to draw attention. You can only keep them ‘fired up’ for short periods of time before they break down.Also, wormhole generators work best away from a gravity well such as Earth.

Now, mind you, I am a Marine Engineer by trade, so some of this is guess work, or what I have been told.Or common sense! Questions are how you gain info. No ? no info!! :)My step-father was connected to MJ-12, so I’m not worried. At most I will get yelled at and called a nut. ‘course they say that about Hoagland and Lear as well!

Have never met a grey. Met Nordics, or people that I though were Nordics. They seem to be on the good guy’s side in the war down here, and have a strong distaste for the greys! There is rumor of grey/human hybrids. I have seen video and pics, but have never met one. Sad, but the video of the hybrid that I saw was, well, kinda cute ( it was a female).Very thin with almost asian features and long dark hair, grey eyes and a small face. If you saw her on the street, you would think that she was a young asian schoolgirl who didn’t eat much! Scary!!

To Jeff:
The base on Mars is the other end of the wormhole. They don’t like to send people through it though. People are send by STL ships, so yes one could conclude that OSW(Office of Solar Warden) is involved!

Nordic society is well, Nordic society. Imagine what the Vikings would have become had they not been hit by the black death and the dark ages. No, they spoke to me, although I am sure they are telepathic, they preferred to speak to me. They enjoy being around ‘people of their kind’, that is well, folks from a Scandinavian or European background. Simple logic there I guess.

Some of there ships are huge, being over 300 meters in length. Never been on one, but would sure like to. The Nordics appear to be galactic babysitters.But since most people are in denial, they ignore most people Folks that are multilingual, real well trained in any field of the military or sciences, can expect a visit. Hell, they may visited you, and you didn’t know it!!

Not all of them are tall. the ones I have seen look quite normal and varied from human standards, although I have never seen a fat one!LOL :)Don’t know much of the planets they call home, except that they are a long way from here, and that they have FTL drives on there ships that ‘fold’ space and that they like strawberry ice cream and stormy weather!

I suspect that the Nordics may have been responsible for the disapperance of the Norse colonies on Greenland and of the ones in the US. FYI the Norse made it as far west as WA state and had a colony in OK.Also had folks in OH, MN and WI, a long time before Columbus got lost. They may have had a colony in BC as well. Still working on that one. Remember that the NW passage was open then, so one could, if they were really brave, sail it around AK to BC.The colonies were isolated and the Nordics needed, um well, genetic material, and so they came and got them. The Norse would have thought they were Gods and gone right along. Well, gonna go!
The following is another similar disappearance case that I just saw on Facebook that sounds similar to the disappearance case above that inspired me to write up the case above and get it out in the public domain:

Ufo Sydney Australia
‎…On April 20, maritime authorities caught up with the boat and boarded it. They found the three-man crew missing in circumstances which they described as being “strange.”[2][3] “What they found was a bit strange in that everything was normal; there was just no sign of the crew.” — Jon Hall, Queensland’s Emergency Management office.[2]

In a statement delivered on the day of the boarding, officials with the Queensland Emergency Management Office revealed that the yacht was in serviceable condition and was laid out as if the crew were still on board. Food and flatware were set out on the table, a laptop computer was set up and turned on, and the engine was still running.

Officials also confirmed that the boat’s emergency systems, including its radio and GPS were fully functional, and that it still had its full complement of life jackets.[2][3] According to news sources, there was even a small boat still hoisted on the back of the boat and the anchor was up.[6] The only signs, other than the disappearance of the crew, that were out of the ordinary, were damage to one of the boat’s sails and that there was no life raft on board (it is unknown whether there ever was one aboard).[2][3]

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Indian satellite rocket explodes after lift-off: TV

Posted by Admin on December 26, 2010

BANGALORE, India (AFP) – An Indian space rocket carrying a communications satellite exploded Saturday after lifting off from southern India, live TV footage showed.

The rocket exploded in a plume of smoke and fire moments after taking off from the Sriharikota launch site, some 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the city of Chennai, state-owned Doordarshan TV showed.

The United News of India (UNI) said the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) veered from its intended flight-path and disintegrated seconds after lift-off.

The Christmas Day launch had originally been scheduled for December 20 but was postponed after engineers discovered a leak in one of the Russian-designed engines of the GSLV, the news agency added.

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) officials who conducted the unsuccessful launch were not immediately available for comment.

UNI, quoting unnamed ISRO officials, said a technical snag caused the rocket to malfunction.

In July, an Indian rocket successfully put five satellites into orbit, three months after the country’s space ambitions suffered a setback when a rocket crashed on lift-off.

India aims to launch its first manned space mission in 2016 and wants to grab a larger share of the multi-billion-dollar market for launching commercial satellites.

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For Christians in Iraq, a Christmas of Mourning and Fear

Posted by Admin on December 26, 2010

Friday 24 December 2010

by: Shashank Bengali   | McClatchy Newspapers | Report

For Christians in Iraq, a Christmas of Mourning and Fear
Iraqis in Vancouver protest against church bombings on December 2. (Photo:E11World)

BaghdadChristmas will take place here on an altar of grief. The faces of the dead, 53 in all, stare out from photographs into the cold congregation hall, its stone floors dimpled from explosions, its ceilings still splattered with blood.

Nearly two months after a shocking assault by Islamist militants, Our Lady of Salvation Catholic Church will commemorate Christmas quietly, with daytime mass and prayers for the dead, under security fit more for a prison than a house of worship. It is the same at Christian churches across Baghdad and northern Iraq, where what’s left of one of the world’s oldest Christian communities prepares to mark perhaps the most somber Christmas since the start of the Iraq war.

“There is sorrow in our hearts,” Syrian Catholic Archbishop Athanase Matti Shaba Matoka of Baghdad said Friday in his office next to the church, which was guarded by concrete blast walls and a phalanx of police. “It is only natural that we show that we are mourning for the victims that we lost.”

What does one tell a congregation at a time like this? Matoka had written out his Christmas sermon by hand, in neat blue Arabic script that filled one side of a page and two-thirds of another. The message, he said, was about holding fast to faith in angels.

Yet the forces besieging Iraqi Christians seem to be more powerful. In a pile of papers on Matoka’s desk, along with the sermon, was a letter he and other church leaders received by e-mail last week from the Islamic State of Iraq, an al Qaida-linked militant organization that claimed responsibility for the church attack.

“Be prepared,” the letter warned, “for a long, serious war that you cannot win.”

Iraqi Christians trace their history to the first century after Jesus Christ, but their numbers have more than halved since the Saddam Hussein era, when there was upwards of 1 million. The Oct. 31 assault on the church — in which five suicide bombers stormed Sunday mass, held parishioners hostage for four hours and finally detonated themselves in a gun-battle with Iraqi commandos — was the deadliest against Christians in memory, shocking a nation that had seen violence drop to its lowest levels since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

Among the dead were two young priests, a 3-month-old child and a young woman who’d been married barely one month. A picture of the woman in her wedding dress, smiling, is on the altar among the photographs of the deceased. While she was at mass, church members said, her husband was at her doctor’s getting test results; she died before learning that she was pregnant.

In the following weeks, Christians were targeted and killed in their homes in Baghdad and the northern city of Mosul, a trading hub in ancient Mesopotamia known in the Bible as Nineveh. Last week, Amnesty International called on the Iraqi government to do more to protect Christians and other religious minorities.

The attacks have led to a new exodus of Christians to neighboring Jordan, Syria and Iraq’s relatively safe northern Kurdistan region. The United Nations refugee agency said that more than 1,000 Christian families have arrived in Kurdistan since November, many after receiving direct threats.

In Mosul, Athraa Salam Slewa, 45, said that her family had rented a house in Kurdistan and would be moving there soon.

“There is no one that will protect us here. Even the government couldn’t protect us,” she said. “My only consolation is I have good Muslim neighbors who stood beside us in these difficult circumstances.”

For Christians who’ve remained in their homes, the sight of their heavily fortified churches provides little comfort. Maher Mikha — who lives close enough to Our Lady of Salvation church that on the night of the siege his house shook and shrapnel landed at his doorstep — said that he would attend Christmas mass with mixed emotions.

“A house of God should be an open place,” said Mikha, 46, sitting with his wife and three children in a small living room under a portrait of Jesus. “But now with all these walls and the military presence, if I enter there I feel like I’m entering a prison camp.”

“And anyway,” his wife Hannah interjected, “even with all those walls, we have seen that when evil men want to attack anywhere, it doesn’t stop them.”

Yet they refuse to leave Baghdad, even after their 13-year-old son snapped a picture of one of the suicide bomber’s decapitated head with his cell phone (she made him delete it), and even after Hannah’s brother and his family packed up for Kurdistan last month.

“This is our country; this is our land,” she said. “Our grandfather’s grandfather was born here. We cannot go anywhere else.”

This is what Archbishop Matoka tells his flock: that Christianity has existed in Iraq since the first generation of its existence and that leaving one’s home behind isn’t easy. Yet most people don’t ask the church’s advice these days; they come with their minds made up, their bags packed, asking only for official documents and school reports to take with them.

His message on Christmas morning will be one of hope, but it wasn’t clear how much of that even he had left after one of the most difficult periods of his five decades in the church. Asked if he believed that Christians would always have a place in Iraq, he uttered that most ubiquitous phrase in Iraq, used by Muslims and Christians alike: “Inshallah,” which means, “God willing.”

(Special correspondent Ali Abbas contributed from Mosul, Iraq.)

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