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The God Particle

Posted by Admin on July 22, 2012

by Owen K Waters

The God particle has been officially recognized. Well, sort of… a lot of confirmation will be necessary before the CERN particle physics laboratory in Switzerland actually agrees that it’s official.

The God particle, known in scientific circles as the Higgs boson, depends upon the existence of a “Higgs field.” The Higgs field permeates all of space and gives particles their property of mass.

But wait, a field that permeates all space? Gaahhh! You mean like the aether? The aether was widely accepted as a universal field until the late 1800’s, when a misunderstanding about its nature led to the idea being temporarily dismissed.

Now, as the “Higgs field,” acceptance of the aether is back! So, what is this field that pervades all space? We know that sound energy carries through the medium of air. We know that, at sea, wave energy carries through the medium of water. Obviously, light energy cannot reach us from the sun via ‘empty’ space unless that space is filled with a medium capable of carrying light and other energy waves.

Confusion exists today about the nature of the aether. Some say that, because it froths and boils at the atomic level, it is potentially a source of great energy. This confuses the carrier field with the energy that bubbles forth from it. The energies that courses through the aether include physical light or electric energy as well as vital life energy, which is also known as etheric energy.

The aether field itself is a primary form of magnetism. It is a magnetic fluid that can be distorted or compressed like a gas and it can flow through the poles of a bar magnet. As a magnetic energy, it is attractive in nature.

The aether or Higgs field is the magnetic fabric of space.

More can be understood about the fabric of space when you consider the basic principle of Creation. The entire universe is created by the three aspects of original consciousness: Thought and Feeling set into Motion.

When compressed into the density with which we are familiar in our physical environment, Creation’s original Thought or directed intention becomes energy. That energy is woven together to form physical matter. Because the compressed energy within physical atoms requires an equally-compressed carrier field, the aether is intensely concentrated around all forms of physical matter.

Original Feeling is the love energy that pours forth from the Creator. What does love do? Hold things together. What does physical magnetism do? Hold things together. In its physical manifestation, original Feeling is the fabric of space – the all-pervasive field that holds the universe together through its attractive, magnetic nature. The fabric of space is a compressed version of the original Love of God. It is the aether or the Higgs field that supports the “God particle”.

This means that we can say, literally, that love is in the air!

The top-down approach to science – putting the Creator first and working out how Creation was achieved – provides the fast track to many answers about the mysteries of life. Professor Higgs put forth his Higgs field theory over 50 years ago. It has taken science that long to stop bickering and begin to accept that he was right all along. If modern science had incorporated the basic principles of Creation into their worldview, they could have saved all that wasted time. Imagine where science could be now if it had moved faster towards the answers to the big mysteries of life.

The common cold still hasn’t been cured, but a mastery of etheric, vital life energy would have provided a cure long ago. When your body lacks enough self-healing capability, add vital life energy!

How about gravity? We’re still using giant rockets to struggle into outer space instead of floating giant cargo loads effortlessly up into orbit. An understanding of the fabric of space with its attractive nature and its intensity around physical objects could lead directly to an understanding of the attractive force of gravity that pervades each planetary mass.

The real fun will begin when science learns how to isolate a vehicle from the field that forms the fabric of space. Consider this: Just like everything in Creation, each location on the planet has a unique frequency signature. Therefore, if you were to disengage your vehicle from the fabric of space at location A, then flood it with the frequency signature of your destination, you could instantly emerge from “hyperspace” at location B. Instead of taking hours to travel from location A to location B, you’d disengage from space then instantly re-emerge at location B. What a way to travel!

If you’re interested in this and other freedoms that lie in our future, you’ll enjoy the e-book below, “Follow the Yellow Brick Road.”

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Owen K Waters is the author of Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Journey in Consciousness, which is available for immediate download at:

http://www.infinitebeing.com/ebooks/follow.htm

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Italian police seize $6 trillion of fake U.S. bonds

Posted by Admin on February 18, 2012

http://news.yahoo.com/italy-police-seize-6-trillion-fake-u-t-144806353.html;_ylt=AvhtJn.ZeMbZWHHPr6Q6RHSs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTNsc2wwYWgwBG1pdANUb3BTdG9yeSBGUARwa2cDYTI3Njg2ZDgtOGFjOC0zM2EwLWE3MGEtYzgxMWU5N2IxMDFlBHBvcwMzBHNlYwN0b3Bfc3RvcnkEdmVyAzAyNmExNzYwLTU5YjctMTFlMS1iZWVmLTcyMjdlOWE3MGZkNg–;_ylg=X3oDMTFvdnRqYzJoBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdANob21lBHB0A3NlY3Rpb25zBHRlc3QD;_ylv=3

By Elisa Forte and Gavin Jones | Reuters – 14 hrs ago

POTENZA, Italy (Reuters) – Italian police said on Friday they had seized about $6 trillion worth of fake U.S. Treasury bonds and other securities in Switzerland, and arrested eight Italians accused of international fraud and other financial crimes.

The operation, co-ordinated by prosecutors from the southern Italian city of Potenza, was carried out by Italian, Swiss and U.S. authorities after a year-long investigation, an Italian police source said.

It began as a investigation into mafia loan-sharking, but gradually expanded as prosecutors used telephone and computer intercepts to unearth evidence of illegal activity surrounding Treasury bonds.

The fake securities, worth more than a third of U.S. national debt, were seized in January from a Swiss trust company where they were held in three large trunks.

The U.S. Embassy in Rome thanked the Italian authorities and said the forgeries were “an attempt to defraud several Swiss banks”. It said U.S. experts had helped to identify the bonds as fakes.

Potenza’s prosecutor Giovanni Colangelo said an international network “in many countries” was behind the forgeries.

Italian daily Corriere della Sera said on its website that the criminal network was believed to be interested in acquiring plutonium, citing sources at the prosecutors’ office.

VERSAILLES

Police videos showed images of the trunks, with “Federal Reserve System, Treaty of Versailles” stamped on the side in large, golden letters.

Bond certificates marked “Chicago, Illinois, Federal Reserve Bank” and other securities, some for one billion dollars, were also shown.

U.S. bond traders took a light-hearted view of the news.

“If there’s that much less supply now, Treasuries should be rallying,” joked Kevin Flanagan, fixed-income strategist at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.

A trader at Citigroup said he had swapped jokes with colleagues about the seizure, which would not move markets.

“It’s kind of like fake inflation I guess, if you take it to the max, but I don’t think it means that much.”

Prosecutors said the forgers had hoped to use the fake bonds as collateral to secure loans.

The eight men arrested are accused of counterfeiting bonds, credit card forgery, and loan-sharking in the Italian regions of Lombardy, Piedmont, Lazio and Basilicata, police said.

The Swiss Federal Prosecutor’s office said Zurich state prosecutors had worked on the investigation at the request of the Italian prosecutor. The Swiss handed over their findings in July last year.

In 2009, Italian financial police seized $742 billion of fake U.S. bearer bonds in the of Chiasso, on the Swiss-Italian border.

(Additional reporting by Steve Scherer and Emily Flitter; Editing by Andrew Roche)

(In 11th paragraph, corrects company name of strategist to Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, instead ofMorgan Stanley)

Fake U.S. Treasury bonds are displayed during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza

  1. Fake U.S. Treasury bonds are displayed during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza February 17, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Vece

Chief prosecutor of Potenza Colangelo talks during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza

  1. Chief prosecutor of Potenza Giovanni Colangelo (C) talks during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza February 17, 2012. Italian police said on Friday they had seized about $6 trillion of fake U.S. Treasury bonds in Switzerland, and issued arrest warrants for eight people accused of international fraud and other financial crimes. The operation, co-ordinated by prosecutors from the southern Italian city of Potenza, was carried out by Italian and Swiss authorities after a year-long investigation, an Italian police source said. REUTERS/Tony Veceless 

A trunk containing fake U.S. Treasury bonds is displayed during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza

  1. A trunk containing fake U.S. Treasury bonds is displayed during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza February 17, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Vece

Italian Carabinieri display fake U.S. Treasury bonds during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza

  1. Italian Carabinieri display fake U.S. Treasury bonds during a news conference in the southern Italian city of Potenza February 17, 2012. REUTERS/Tony Vece

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Switzerland to share tax information with India:Swiss official

Posted by Admin on January 29, 2011

Assorted international currency notes.

Ka Ching Bling

http://in.news.yahoo.com/switzerland-share-tax-information-india-swiss-official-20110128-220000-062.html

PTI – Sat, Jan 29 11:30 AM IST

Davos, Jan 29 (PTI) Dismissing the perception that Switzerland is a tax haven, a senior Swiss government official today expressed hope that the revised tax avoidance treaty with India will be ratified during the year, following which Swiss authorities would provide administrative assistance to India to deal with cases of tax evasion.

“We have recently signed an agreement with India, which is now in the Parliament in order to get rectified.

And then, we will concretely take steps against tax evasion and as soon as this agreement is enforced… both sides can also grant administrative assistance (to deal with ) tax evasion,” Switzerland Federal Department of Finance State Secretary Miachael Ambuhl said in an interview to private news channel NDTV.

India and Switzerland in August last year signed a revised Double Tax avoidance Agreement (DTAA) that will enable exchange of information on tax evaders, considered a must for getting details on unaccounted funds stashed away by Indians in Swiss banks. The agreement, however, is yet to be ratified by the Switzerland Parliament.

“This perception is wrong. Switzerland is not a tax haven…Switzerland has not given tax refuge to people who want to hide their money,” Ambuhl said, adding the agreement hopefully will be ratified this year.

“We want to have confidentiality for the bank clients but we don”t want to protect them from paying taxes. There is no such thing that in Switzerland you can avoid paying your taxes,” he added.

He further said that if India authorities would get the information, provided they are able to produce evidence of tax evasion.

“If Indian authorities can show that there is evidence that people have evaded there money, then the answer is ”yes”. If Indian authorities can give evidence that for the person X or Y, there is evidence that they have evaded their taxes in Switzerland, we will grant administrative assistance”, he added.

On whether the treaty would bring about substantial change, Ambuhl said, “It will not change everything. We have already got a good legal basis to grant judicial and administrative assistance, but as soon as this commences in force, then it will become even better.” PTI PC CS RAH

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Global bankers meet in Basel for reform

Posted by Admin on September 13, 2010

By Brooke Masters and Patrick Jenkins, FT.com
September 10, 2010 — Updated 0113 GMT (0913 HKT)
Death of the Feds
(FT) — Banking supervisors and central bankers from 27 countries will gather in Basel, Switzerland, this weekend to adopt what is set to be the most important regulatory reform package since the financial crisis, even as German, US and other officials continue to jockey over some provisions.
The officials overseeing the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, the global rule-making body, are expected to set minimum requirements for the amount of top quality capital banks must hold against future losses and announce a timetable for reaching the standards. The figures are set to determine the shape, stability and profitability of global banking for years to come.
Ben Bernanke, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, and Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, are among those meeting on Sunday to thrash out the final details of the banking reform package known as Basel III.
A large group of countries has coalesced round a plan to require banks to hold core tier one capital – essentially equity and retained profits – equal to 5 per cent of their risk-weighted assets, compared with the current requirement of 2 per cent. In a new measure, banks would also have to hold a buffer of additional capital equal to 2-3 per cent of assets, meaning banks that fall below a core tier one ratio of at least 7-8 per cent or face restrictions on their ability to pay dividends and bonuses.
However, some countries have so far refused to sign up and are still pushing for totals as low as 4 per cent or as high as 10 per cent, including the buffer, people familiar with the talks said. Germany has been particularly vocal in its concerns about setting the ratio too high. “It’s not finished,” said one regulator.
The exact numbers could also shift as part of the negotiations over the timetable. US officials would like the minimums in place in 2012 with the buffers a few years later, while a German central banker said this week he expected the minimums and buffers to phase in over five to 10 years starting in 2013. Some participants believe a longer timetable may be the price of tougher numbers.
Analysts believe the outcome may also turn on the issue of so-called contingent convertible capital, nicknamed “cocos”. These instruments, essentially bonds that only convert into equity under a stressed scenario, do not count towards the core tier one minimum, but the French have been arguing that they should be usable to meet the buffer capital requirements. This apparently technical issue could radically change the effect of the regime. If the buffer can be funded with cheaper cocos, the result would be far less severe.
One person close to the process said the Basel group was unlikely to allow exceptions for smaller banks, as some in Germany had hoped. The group will insist the “entire world” be subjected to “a totally level playing field with absolutely no exceptions”, the person said.
Sunday’s meeting may well have to defer decisions on the size of two other planned parts of the package: surcharges for extra-large banks and a second buffer designed to counter the economic cycle.
The influence of the committee’s decisions could be profound. If it sets requirements too low, another banking crisis could result; too high and the world economy could struggle with a lack of credit.
James Gorman, Morgan Stanley’s chief executive, said the Basel reforms were “the single most important reforms that will be made coming out of this financial crisis”.

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