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Ascension Heads-Up 11.11.2011 A.D

Posted by Admin on November 7, 2011

Note from the Author of this post –

Greetings to all those who read this.

It is imperative we understand the significance of dates with the same number repeating like 09.09.2009 A.D and especially the above date as well.

Although I much despise the Gregorian time-scale calendar adopted or rather enforced across the world as a by product of a global imperialism, it is nonetheless woven into the fabric of our perceived reality. What this means is that these dates do matter individually and collectively to our species across the globe, regardless of who or where you may be.

Having stated that I wish to strongly suggest to one and all to prepare themselves for the upcoming date. This is required at a physical, dimensional, etheric, astral and energetic level. When I say prepare, it means not just to receive but to offer as well. Most of you will be informed duly at the astral level during your state of sleep but make no mistake, we are at war here with the opposite polarity to bring Truth and Light to all who seek and shall accept it. So we must give it our best effort because this energetic date is also a portal and a Stargate opening as well as the incoming wave of a new energy band and frequency from the Central Sun as well as the awakening of yet another important crystal within the surface of this planet.

This is stronger than the one to proceed in 2012 A.D and is linked to some of the other crystals which are already active. Basically we pulled off a huge success with the 09.09.2009 A.D activation process. That definitely ensured an Atlantean scenario of the end times would not prevail yet again.

So good luck to all of you and thank yourself for that which you wish to receive and share and remember it isn’t over till its over. The so called dark forces have been suffering losses of control and power but they are not yet finished. In fact they are trying to start this ancient supercomputer in the crust of our planet. I don’t know if it is the same as that of the one belonging to the Annunaki in the ‘World of Shadows” under Nigeria, geographically but the intentions and consequence are alike.

Every time we entered a cycle where the precession of the equinoxes and a cycle of ‘yugas’ or ages of evolution coincided with the overall raise in the consciousness of the prevailing sentient species on this planet, the regressive E.Ts would time the computer to transmit waves that would degrade or devlove our DNA as well as causing a physical and magnetic pole shift on a cataclysmic scale.

This time a lot of sacrifices and effort have been put in to ensure it does not repeat along with some intelligent planning of course.

The above is only a heads up and treat it like one. Not as gossip or rumour or expecting something magical to happen on any date or expecting a pay cheque in front of your doorstep any day or getting afraid and sending out etheric distortions into the Earth’s atmosphere with your anxiety.

Be proud and bold and remember that you we are all Lions, always have been and so walk everyday majestically, fully basking in the glory of who you are, yet not tripping on the veil of grandeur and illusion and roar, roar aloud for we it is who decide what and how we want to exist and no other influence whatsoever.

Thank you.

With Love and Light,

Unknown Soldier

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Fighting turns southern Yemen town into “hell”

Posted by Admin on June 9, 2011

Ali Abdullah Saleh

Ali Abdullah Saleh

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20110608/wl_nm/us_yemen

By Mohammed Mukhashaf and Asma Alsharif Wed Jun 8, 1:42 pm ET

ADEN/JEDDAH (Reuters) – Bodies lay in the streets of a southern Yemeni town Wednesday as government forces battled Islamist militants, a local official said, underscoring the gravity of Yemen’s multiple conflicts.

President Ali Abdullah Saleh, 69, wounded Friday when rockets hit his palace, is having treatment in the Saudi capital Riyadh but there were conflicting reports about his condition — ranging from fairly minor, to life-threatening 40-percent burns.

A truce between his forces and tribesmen who back pro-democracy protesters was holding in Sanaa. Western and Arab powers have been working to persuade Saleh to stay away and allow a long-negotiated transition of power to begin.

Saleh has left a country in crisis, with Yemeni civilians bearing the brunt of fighting. Medical staff are having trouble reaching the wounded, and electricity and water are scarce, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

Some 20 bodies have been retrieved in and around Sanaa since Saturday by ICRC and Yemen Red Crescent teams, including seven Tuesday in al-Hassaba, north of the capital, the ICRC said.

“Because of the fighting, it has often been difficult for medical personnel to reach certain parts of Sanaa,” said Jean-Nicolas Marti, the head of the ICRC delegation in Yemen.

The U.N.’s World Food Program (WFP) said Yemenis are going hungry as the fighting disrupts food supplies and pushes up the price of gas, water, fuel and other basic commodities.

“There is a sharp deterioration of the food security situation in Yemen,” WFP’s representative in Yemen Gian Carlo Cirri told Reuters in an interview. “We are close to food prices having doubled on average since last year when it comes to key commodities such as wheat flour, vegetable oil and sugar.”

Sanaa was calm in Saleh’s absence, with a ceasefire holding between government forces and tribesmen loyal to Sheikh Sadeq al-Ahmar, head of the powerful Hashed tribal confederation, who have turned against the president.

More than 200 people have been killed and thousands have fled Sanaa in the last two weeks as fighting intensified.

Al-Ahmar’s men withdrew from around seven government buildings, including the state news agency Saba which suffered heavily in fighting last week.

But many government ministries were not functioning as staff stayed away Wednesday and much of the city was suffering from cuts in electricity, fuel and water supplies.

GUNFIRE AND BLOOD

Officials and residents described dire scenes in the southern Abyan province where the army and Islamist militants have fought for days, causing thousands of residents to flee.

“There is a cat-and-mouse game going on in the streets now between the army and armed men. I can’t tell who’s who among them any more,” said resident Khaled Abboud by telephone. “There is a smell of gunfire and blood in the air. I only stayed to protect my home, but now I want to get out of this hell.”

The fighting has reduced Zinjibar, once home to more than 50,000 people, to a ghost town without power or running water.

Health official Alhadar Alsaidi said disease was spreading from dead bodies on the streets and wild dogs eating them. “I call on local and international health organizations to help us removing bodies from the streets and burying them,” he said.

The Yemeni army said this week it had killed 30 militants in Zinjibar, where a local official said 15 soldiers had also died in battles for the town seized by gunmen nearly two weeks ago.

Some of Saleh’s opponents have accused the president of deliberately letting al Qaeda militants take over Zinjibar to demonstrate the security risks if he were to lose power.

The volatile situation in Yemen, which lies on oil shipping lanes, alarms Western nations and neighboring oil giant Saudi Arabia, who fear that chaos would give al Qaeda free rein there.

They see Saleh’s absence as an opportunity to secure his exit after nearly 33 years ruling the poorest Arab state.

The United States and Britain have called for a peaceful, orderly transition in Yemen, based on a Gulf-brokered plan.

There was no clear word on Saleh’s health.

“I visited him yesterday evening and he was good. He talked to us and asked about the Yemeni expatriates and he is better than the others who were injured. He is very good and talks. He was sitting on a chair,” said Taha al-Hemyari, head of Yemeni community affairs at the Yemeni embassy in Riyadh.

A Saudi doctor familiar with Saleh’s case also said his burns were not as serious as some officials suggested, saying he may be able to leave Saudi Arabia in less than two weeks.

SEVERE BURNS?

The Yemeni embassy in Washington said in a statement Saleh’s health was improving and reiterated that his deputy Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi was in charge in a caretaker capacity.

“President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s health condition is stable and continues to improve… President Saleh will return to Yemen … to reassume his duties soon after he recovers,” it said.

Yemeni and U.S. officials said Tuesday that Saleh was in a more serious condition with burns over roughly 40 percent of his body. Saudi newspaper al-Watan cited a Yemeni diplomat on Wednesday as saying another operation on Saleh was possible.

Saleh was initially said to have been hit by shrapnel and Hadi said Monday the president would return within days.

Forty percent burns would mean Saleh’s life could be in danger: “Somebody of that age, with that percentage of burns, has got a pretty poor prognosis, especially if these are full thickness burns,” Brendan Eley, chief executive of the Healing Foundation at Britain’s Royal College of Surgeons.

Saudi officials say it is up to Saleh whether he returns home but they, and their Western allies, may want to revive a Gulf-brokered transition deal under which the Yemeni leader would quit in return for immunity from prosecution.

Yemen said a donation of three million barrels of crude oil from Saudi King Abdullah had arrived in Aden Wednesday.

Thousands of protesters, who have been in the streets since February demanding Saleh quit, gathered at his vice president’s residence Tuesday. They want him formally to assume power in order to effect Saleh’s final removal from office.

Troops loyal to army general Ali Mohsen, who has sided with the protesters, shot into the air in an effort to persuade them to leave, but the activists stayed put.

(Additional reporting by Martina Fuchs, Mohammed Ghobari, Reem Shamseddine, Kate Kelland and Stephanie Ulmer-Nebehay; writing by Andrew Hammond; Editing by Alistair Lyon and Alastair Macdonald)

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