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Those Truth Vibrations are getting stronger folks…

There seem to be several interesting developments happening at the same time these days.

First off, Anti-Bilderberg 2013 was a runaway success. I’ve watched the footage and YouTube videos very closely, read the news reports and you can’t help but feel that something extremely encouraging has taken place. The Hertfordshire police thought no more than 300 people would show up. Instead thousands did. 2000 more had to be turned away at the gate.

The crowd waiting to get into the Bilderberg site.

The crowd waiting to get into the Bilderberg site.

Politicians took to the mike along with guerrilla journalists and speakers and researchers. People from across the UK and overseas showed up. Protesters were hugging cops and the cops hugged them right back (it helps that English cops don’t carry guns). In fact the protesters were so polite and peaceful, it’s easy to see why many of the cops there seemed to be having a good time and listened earnestly to the protesters. Some even walked away convinced that maybe these loony conspiracy theorists are actually on to something.


Note to all activists, protesters and concerned citizens: THIS is the way it’s done. The old saying is true: You’ll attract more bees with honey than with vinegar.


I hope all subsequent anti-Bilderberg meetings from now on become like this. It’s finally on the mainstream media’s radar screen and it looks like it’s going to stay there. The Fringe Festival is a brilliant idea. If it continues, this thing is going to snowball, I’m sure of it. The only thing I wished I saw was some yoga practitioners showing up in solidarity like they have in Taksim Square in Istanbul.

Would've been cool to see a bit of this at Bilderberg

Would’ve been cool to see a bit of this at Bilderberg

Another thing, the gathering missed the ritual and ceremonial aspect completely. I would have done earth-based ceremony around the site days or weeks in advance and then during the days of the meeting, had the First Nations drummers out in full force, at the 4 cardinal directions around the hotel. These things send out vibes/thoughts/frequencies and would go a long way to influence the Bilderbergers, in a good way, from a distance.

Second: Is anyone really surprised by this National Security Agency (NSA) scandal in the US?
Ever since 9-11 and ever since the chimp-lookalike Bush’s administration with Homeland Security becoming even more draconian against Muslims, suspected terrorists, Occupy activists, in fact ANY kind of activist or anyone that questions governments, banksters or corporations. Of course it was just a question of time before they started listening in on phone calls, reading private emails and embroiling Google, FaceBook and MSN in their complicity. Julian Assange warned as much ages ago. Assange is also praising Snowden as a hero and is urging him to seek asylum in either Russia or South America. I don’t always agree with Glen Greenwald but this was truly a spectacular piece of reportage and investigative journalism. Kudos to him. The jury is still out on whistleblower Edward Snowden and from what I understand, he’s hiding out in Hong Kong so he can escape Private Bradley Manning‘s fate.

Some Icelandic politicians, in their truly unique tradition, are looking to offer political asylum to Snowden. There are calls for impeachment against Obama. The entire country is literally going apeshit over this.
My advice: Don’t use Google, use Startpage. Unlike Google, they don’t record IP addresses and it’s the one search page many software developers and hackers use. From what I heard, they will shortly be launching an email service as well.

Screw Google, go here instead.

Screw Google, go here instead.

Third: I can’t speak for everyone but at least in my corner of the world, many politicians are being outed big time for kickbacks, drug usage and plain old corruption.

Canada's dictator, Step-Hen Harper has no warm, human blood in him. Instead, ice-cold liquid mercury runs in his veins.

Canada’s dictator, Step-Hen Harper has no warm, human blood in him. Instead, ice-cold liquid mercury runs in his veins.

Step-Hen Harper is embroiled in a scandal where his chief of staff paid off a conservative Senator Mike Duffy for $90 000 for “living expenses”.

Rolly-polly bigoted Toronto mayor Rob Ford may have some phone camera video of him smoking crack cocaine floating out there somewhere. The video has not surfaced but half his staff quit anyway and his credibility is in tatters. Maybe he can go on a fishing trip with his buddy Step-Hen and commiserate on their bad fortune together?


Local Montreal shyster Dr. Arthur Porter, who was the head of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), is fighting an extradition order to Canada where he faces serious corruption charges. Porter, a doctor from Senegal, somehow through Step-Hen Harper, was elected the the Queen’s Privy Council of Canada and was made a board member of CSIS, the Canadian Intelligence agency.

Old pals, Step-Hen and Arthur Porter

Old pals, Step-Hen and Arthur Porter

Porter seriously screwed up the MUHC and their plans to build a super-hospital. He awarded contracts to his cronies and because of the cronyism and corruption, the entire university has been crippled. They are cutting back on essential staff and services, fees are being raised while these assholes walk away with golden parachutes. Anyway Porter has been found guilty of corruption and the Quebec government want him back for questioning. What does he do? He now claims he has Stage IV cancer and “cannot travel” from his location in the Bahamas. Funny enough, he seemed well enough to travel to Panama where he and his wife were caught last week. Porter has said that if he goes down, he’s going to name names, including politicians, businessmen, socialites and typical movers and shakers. To say that Quebec is a corrupt place is the understatement of the century.   Just yesterday interim- Montreal mayor, Michael Applebaum was picked up on corruption charges, this after he said he was going to clean up house after his predecessor Gerald Tremblay was also forced to resign over corruption charges. My guess is that there’s a sweetheart deal in the works behind the scenes. He’ll probably name some names, but not the most important ones and he’ll get a penalty or next-to-nothing jail time.

Keep your nose clean, always pack an extra pair of underwear and sit back, relax and watch this comedy show. At this rate, who knows what will happen next given the climate these days….

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The Karmic Wheel takes another turn

wheel-of-life

Tibetan Wheel of Life

Holy Crap!
Now things are really starting to get interesting. In case you did not hear, Pope Benedict XVI is resigning. You never heard about a Pope resigning ever before because the last time that happened was over 600 years ago, since it’s an appointment for life. But Ratzy is citing physical and mental incapacity to continue his duties.

As the Italians say "Ciao"

As the Italians say “Ciao”

I’m not crazy about him. I have friends who are very progressive Catholic priests and they were horribly disappointed when Benedict got elected since he was known to be an ultraconservative. He was going to, and did, lead the Church back to the Middle Ages. You have to remember Benedict occupied the same office which was held by the Grand Inquisitor, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The name of the office has clearly changed but you get the idea. I do find it amusing that the conspiracy websites and blogs have already started to go into overdrive.

St. Malachy, first Irish saint

St. Malachy, first Irish saint

Most of it has to do with the prophecies of St. Malachy, an Irish saint and seer who apparently prophesied the identity of the last 112 Popes. According to the traditional account, in 1139, Malachy was summoned to Rome by Pope Innocent II. While in Rome, Malachy purportedly experienced a vision of future popes, which he recorded as a sequence of cryptic phrases. This manuscript was then deposited in the Roman Archive, and thereafter forgotten about until its rediscovery in 1590.

Many people consider the prophecy a hoax since Malachy’s biographer Bernard of Clairvaux makes no mention of it when he published the biography in 1595. Even if it was an elaborate hoax from the 16th century, then why does the list of fake quatrains correspond almost exactly from the 16th century down to Benedict?

I’m not going to replicate Malachy’s entire prophecy but I’ll only highlight the last 100 years:

Pope No.

Translation of Malachy’s motto

Papal Name

Real name

Historical reference or Explanation

260

104 Religion destroyed

Benedict XV (1914–1922)

Giacomo Della Chiesa

Reigned during, but had no influence to stop,World War I. This unprecedented period of violence was mainly fought between the Christian powers of Europe, destroying empires which had lasted centuries and began the worldwide spread of atheistic Communism.

261

105

Intrepid faith

Pius XI(1922–1939)

Achille Ratti

Established Vatican City as a sovereign country with the papal office as

head of state.

262

106

Angelic shepherd

Ven. Pius XII (1939–1958)

Eugenio Pacelli

Reigned during World War II, he is reported to have covertly helped Italian Jews escape extermination. Said to have received visions, some of which have yet to be revealed.

263

107 Shepherd and sailor

Bl. John XXIII(1958–1963)

Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli

From Venice, a maritime city.

264

108

Flower of flowers

Paul VI(1963–1978)

Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini

His coat of arms featured three fleur-de-lys.

265

109 From the midst of the moon

John Paul I (1978)

Albino Luciani

His month-long reign began with the moon half-full.

266

110 From the labour of the sun

Bl. John Paul II(1978–2005)

Karol Wojtyła

Born on the day of a solar eclipse and entombed on the day of a solar eclipse.

267

111 Glory of the olive.

Benedict XVI (2005–2013)

Joseph Ratzinger

Chose the regnal name Benedict after St Benedict of Nursia, founder of the Benedictine Order. The order’s crest contains an olive branch.

268

112 Peter the Roman, who will nourish the sheep in many tribulations; when they are finished, the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The end.

Unknown

Unknown

268

If the prophecies are correct, Pope Benedict is to be the second-to-last Pope. The next pope is to be the last one.

“the city of seven hills will be destroyed, and the dreadful judge will judge his people. The end.”
The seven hills here are a direct reference to Rome, but what’s to be destroyed? The city itself, the Roman Catholic faith or that creepy global thinktank the Club of Rome? I don’t know what’s going to come out of this but the election of the next Pope will be very, very interesting to watch. Maybe nothing will come out of Malachy’s vision.

Prophecies aside, I think the Church may very well disappear in the next few decades anyway only because they will be financially bankrupt due to the sex scandals and litigation fees. Unless they start reforming in drastic ways and accept the ordination of women in the clergy, get rid of the doctrine of enforced celibacy for clergy, accept same-sex marriages, give women back control of their own bodies, open up the Vatican Archives for public scrutiny, come completely clean on their history and abuse of orphans, First Nation’s peoples, unwed mothers and children born out of wedlock, then I’m afraid the declining years and end of this institution is within sight.

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If she wants to work and can do a good job in ministry, let her.

It’s a shame because as many horrible abusive priests and clergy there are within the Church (and Benedict knew about them all, he just conveniently had them re-located and shuffled somewhere else,  like what Cardinal Mahoney in the Los Angeles diocese did as well), there are also quite a number of good people and things too.

I’m thinking of the Liberation theologists of Latin America who sided with the poor against armed guerillas  and death squads usually funded by the United States, oftentimes losing their lives in the fight for justice as well.

I’m thinking of Sister Megan Rice, an 82 year old nun who has a habit of jumping fences at nuclear facilities to protest nuclear weapons.

Sister Megan Rice, badassed nun.

Sister Megan Rice, badassed nun.

There is also a very impressive intellectual history. Great minds like Pierre de Teilhard de Chardin, Hildegarde of Bingen, and even J.R.R Tolkien. He was a devout Catholic. If you watch or read the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, there is a very Catholic aesthetic and atmosphere to it. Like him or hate him, Michael Moore is also a practicing Catholic and the morning before he won his Oscar for “Bowling for Columbine” and chastised Bush in front of the world for what he did in Iraq, he spent it at Mass. His work is deeply informed by his Catholic background.

Spiritual art of Hildegarde of Bingen

Spiritual art of Hildegarde of Bingen

Most of my primary and secondary education was done at Catholic schools which is why I know a lot about it. I know first-hand that there are good people there. I’m thinking of the late Father Mathias, a Capuchin monk from India and guardian of the House of the Virgin Mary at Ephesus who was unfailingly generous with his time with me. I’m thinking of the Catholic nun who attuned me to Reiki so that I could use it with patients when I visited the cancer wards. It would seem that inside the Church, like any other institution, power seems to screw up the minds and hearts of those at the top. Let it go on too long and rot sets in.

Maybe David Icke may turn out to be right after all (especially from 4:20 onwards).

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