Bloggfrslur mnaarins, ma 2018

Barttan milli Nstareyndatrarinnar, rvan efnisheim og tma, og hugmynda Gyinga, Kristna, Hinda og Bddasiar, fjlvan heim. Reikna er me 10 + vddum, Strengjakenningu, og Fjlheimakenningu, Multiverse, Parallel Universes.

Barttan virist standa milli Nstareyndatrarinnar, rvan efnisheim og tma, og svo hugmynda Gyinga, Kristna, Hinda og Bddasiar, sem byggist fjlvum heimi, og allir Reiknimeistarar reikna me 10 + vddum, egar eir skra Strengjakenninguna, og Fjlheimakenninguna, Multiverse, Parallel Universes.

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Oft er sagt a Palestnumenn hafi veri srael, Palestnu sundir ra.

gleymist a eir sem voru Palestnu fyrir ri ca. 630, voru margir Gyingar, ea Kristnir, og voru engir Mhamestrarmenn.

Jes boai tr Gyinga, a er sjendana, og henti stjrnsslunni, vxlurunum t r musterinu.

Mhamestrarmenn tku fyrst a sem n er kalla Sdi-Araba, Mekka og Medna og ar voru Gyingar.

San rust Mhamestrarmenn yfir lndin Palestnu, Egyptaland, Lbu, Alsr, Tnis, Marokk og voru komnir vestur eftir allri Norur-Afrku.

eir hldu norur yfir Gbraltarsund, yfir Spn og Portgal, og san yfir Preneafjll og langt inn Frakkland, ri 729.

a nist a reka Mslima fr Iberian skaganum, Spni og Portgal 1492.

egar srael vill stva Hamas vi varnarvegginn, verum vi a taka me reikninginn, a ef Hamas nr a brjta varnarvegginn, og ltur sundir manna, katla, konur og brn streyma inn srael, fyrst er voinn vs.

yri blbai enn meira.

UN, Sameinuu jirnar og stjrnsslan, hafa ekki vilja leysa mli eins og Gyingar geru me Gyingana sem hrktust fr lndum Mslima, og hfu dvali ar sundir ra, fr v lngu ur en nokkur Mslimi var til.

Borga fyrir a leysa mlefni, en ekki borga til a halda vandamlinu vi.

Stjrnsslan, menntakerfi, virist tra rvan heim og tma, sem vi getum kalla Nstareyndatr dagsins dag.

Gyingar, Kristnir, Hindar og Bddasiur, allt byggist a fjlvum heimi, og allir Reiknimeistarar reikna me 10 + vddum, egar eir skra Strengjakenninguna, og Fjlheimakenninguna, Multiverse, Parallel Universes.

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Gyingatrin, hefur dreifst til yfir lndin, mest alla Evrpu, Rssland, Suur Amerku, Norur Amerku og stralu. essi tr Gyinga, ea Gusflksins, hefur skapa menningu, sem hefur skapa mesta gri Jrinni sgulegum tma.

8.4.2018 | 13:20

Egilsstair, 20.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


mbl.is Harkan samrmi vi mtmlin
Tilkynna um vieigandi tengingu vi frtt

Vi skulum varast a, a pkinn okkur opni til Undirheima, og veri sterkari. Leita ljsi og litina, a er til Uppheima. er mguleiki a vo af okkur heimsku sorann, svo a vi verum eins og nvegnir hvtvoungar.

a er veri a halda v a okkur a innrs fr geimverum s yfirvofandi.

koma arir sem segja a eir sem tla sr a n yfirrum jrinni, su a skipuleggja falska rs fr geimverum.

geti eir sem vilja ra yfir flkinu, rist jrinni, sem eir telja a komi veg fyrir a eirra klka ni vldum.

A slmi pkinn okkur reyni a n sambandi vi a neikva er mguleiki.

Ga bnin opnar til ess ga.

Neikva bnin opnar til ess neikva.

Mjg lklega er hli til ess ga og til ess neikva.

gmlu sgunum er tala um uppheima, jkva heima, og a opna anga yfir er tali af hinu ga.

gmlu sgnunum, er tala um undirheima, neikva heima, og ef opna er arna milli, er a varasamt.

milli essara heima er trlega sm bylgju munur. Ef vi breytum aeins bylgju mttkunni, getum vi nlgast essa heima.

A halda sig tt a Upp heimum, er mjg skilegt.

egar vi skiljum lti, er gott a halda sr fairvori.

a er gtt a hafa augun opin og taka llu me fyrirvrum.

Allt sem getur mynda r, er til og 1000 sinnum meira.

Hr eru nokkrar slir, og

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THIS IS HOW HAARP DECEIVE OUR SENSES. MUST KNOW!! verur a vera vakandi, og vita hva hgt er a gera, Hva er satt og hva er satt? Til ess fkst hugan, til a meta astur, og til a geta vali hi ga og varast hi slma.

14.11.2016 | 01:59

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BE NOT DECIEVED BY:The Great Deception - Project Blue Beam - a skaar ekki a vita um umrurnar netinu. essar holograph myndir eru raunveruleikinn dag.

3.1.2017 | 23:53

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a verur auvelt a lta okkur halda a geimverur su a gera rs Jrina. Jafnframt er hgt a beita harp vopninu, og lta okkur halda a a su geimverurnar sem su rsarailinn.

9.10.2017 | 08:19

Matter is an illusion. Efni er blekking, skynvilla, hugarburur.

Experts Warn: Fake Alien Invasion Will Take Place 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNycIvnIFAs

NASA Testing MOCK-UP Alien Invasion? 7/1/17

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3puQrALjqw

Egilsstair, 19.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


Allt fjrmlakerfi arf a fara endurmenntun, Hr segir: Six employees of Wells Fargo allege in a lawsuit that they were fired after they refused to open accounts without customer permission, in order to meet sales goals.

Af hverju a selja slenska peningaprentun, til tlendra svindl? banka? Er a rtt?

essir tlendu bankar lta ba til lgin, og virast einnig tlka lgin eftir snu hfi.

Strbankar heimsins, virast hafa bi til hverja svikaflttuna af annarri, og spila me flki.

essar spurningar hj mr eru mjg varfrnar.

Allt fjrmlakerfi arf a fara endurmenntun, og nmer eitt, a lra a fara me fairvori.

Lsingarnar v er blogginu mnu.

Slir til dmis:

Six employees of Wells Fargo allege in a lawsuit that they were fired after they refused to open accounts without customer permission, in order to meet sales goals.

Bankareglurnar voru annig a ef einhver lagi inn reikning bankanum, mtti bankinn ba til 10 sinnum smu upph og lna upphina til dmis til fasteignalna.

Incidentally, the SEC was very proud of .. $550 million penalty, apparently didn't realize that Goldman booked more than $13 billion in the process. ..the pigs still wear lipstick .. regulators haven't got a clue just who's running the show these days."

We are in the midst of the greatest transfer of wealth to a scarce few individuals and banks, all of it being done within the boundaries of laws that the bankers themselves have either written or paid well to have written.

Grska kreppan

Hr segir Newsweek a hsnisblan USA, hafi leitt til bankakreppunnar 2008.

The bubble money

Heimsbankarnir??

Afltssala, vegna stru bankanna

Eiga einkaailar a geta skrifa tlu, bkhald bankanum, ykjast lna r tluna, flki byggir hsi, og bankinn eignina, hsi.

Gangiykkur allt haginn.

Egilsstair, 18.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


mbl.is Arion banki marka
Tilkynna um vieigandi tengingu vi frtt

Kreppuflttan hans Tmasar Jefferssonar fr ca. rinu 1770 er fullu gildi Allir lri um fjrmlin. Fjrml eru aeins viskiptabkhald. Allt vermti kemur fr huga og hndum flksins. Heimilin eiga aldrei a vera spilapeningur fjrfesta, punktur.

Vinsamlega, skila hsunum aftur.

Fjrmlafyrirtkin, voru ltin hira fasteignirnar af flkinu 2008 me leikflttunni,

Kreppuflttan, endurteki ,.

stan er a fjrmlafyrirtki lnar aldrei neitt, en skrifar tlu, frir bkhald.

Fjrmlafyrirtki vill alls ekki f bkhaldstluna greidda, talan er ekkert.

ess vegna hkka fjrmlafyrirtkin vextina, til a jarma betur a flkinu me meiri kostnai lnunum, og segja a bankinn s tmur, og geti ekki lna t jflagi.

Banki er alltaf tmur.

egar bannkinn lnar ekki bkhald t jflagi, verur urr bkhaldi, ti jflaginu.

Einnig greia ailar af lnum snum, og fer enn meira af bkhaldi, peningum, inn bankana, svo a skorturinn bkhaldi t jflaginu verur enn meira.

missir flki vinnuna og fyrirtkin tekjurnar, og allt jflaginu stanar.

egar ailar geta ekki greitt af fasteignaskuldum snum, reyna eir a selja, en bankinn segist vera tmur og lnar ekki bkhald t jflagi, til a einhver geti keypt.

Ailar reyna a selja 80% veri, en engin getur keypt.

kom auglsing formi frtta, fr fjrmlafyrirtkjunum, um a fjrmlafyrirtkin yru a fara a lta bja eignirnar upp.

essum tma reyndu ailar a bja eignirnar til slu 50% veri, en fjrmlafyrirtki lnuu ekki til fasteigna kaupa.

Flki var arna komi algjra uppgjf, og skildi ekki Kreppuflttuna hans Tmasar Jefferssonar.

Kreppuflttan, endurteki

essum tma u margir a fjrmlastofnunin tki eignina til sn, og a ailar tpuu llum eignum snum fasteigninni.

msir skulduu 80% eigninni, en egar kreppuflttan var bin a lkka ver hssins niur 50%, gtu skulda 10 miljnir, tt eir hefu misst hsi.

egar fjrmlafyrirtkjunum, hafi tekist a n strum hluta af fasteignunum me essari KREPPUFLTTU, sgu au, Fjrmlafyrirtkin, a n vri KREPPAN bin.

Fjrmlafyrirtkin ltu endurmeta hsin til fyrra ver, til dmis 110% vers.

Bankaeigandinn lnai bkhald, bj til verhjnun, verfall hsunum, gat eigandinn ekki selt eignina til a borga skuldina, og san hirti bankaeigandinn fasteignirnar.

Bankaeigandinn, vildi alls ekki f greisluna, greislan var bara bkhald, a er ekki neitt.

Fjrmlakerfi vildi f eignirnar, en ekki verlausa bkhaldstlu til baka.

Sem flestir lri um Kreppuflttuna.

Kreppuflttan, endurteki

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essi gamla athugasemd er gt.

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Ekki gleyma kreppuflttunni.

Kreppuflttan ni eignum flksins fasteignum og fyrirtkjum.

Kreppuflttan er einfld og auskilin.

Vi kennum kreppuflttuna vi Tmas Jeffersson.

Okkur var talin tr um a skuldin hldi vergildi,

en eignin okkar hsinu gufai upp.

surprisedarna var leiki okkur.frown

Vi munum komast a v a allir peningar eru aeins bkhald,

a er vsun huga og hendur Jns og Gunnu.

Egilsstair, 17.02.2015 Jnas Gunnlaugsson

Jnas Gunnlaugsson, 17.2.2015 kl. 08:45

Egilsstair,17.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


mbl.is Dmi um svvirilegar hkkanir hsaleigu
Tilkynna um vieigandi tengingu vi frtt

860,000 Jews were dispeled from their homes and resettled, and 760,000 Arabs were dispeled, and placed in refugee camps paid by UN and the West, to be used to destroy the Jewish state. Thees camps have been used as a social organization.

Ekki borga til a halda vandrunum fram, heldur til a leysa mli strax.

Do not pay for status co, only pay for solutions,

relief right now.

Palestine

Palestine under Brithish mandate

(Undir stjrn Bretlands.)

1923 1948

Jordan 89,342 sq km + srael 20,770 sq km =

Palestine 110,112 sq km

(+Judea/Samaria 5860 sq km and Gasa 360 sq km, then 116,332 sq km)

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Palestine,

Jordan,

Arabs, islam

(Undir stjrn Araba)

Arabs got ca. 77% of Palestine

89,342 sq km

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Palestine

Israel

Jews, Christians, Arabs

(Undir stjrn srael)

sraelgot ca. 17.9 % (23 %) of Palestine

total: 20,770 sq km (sq km (+ Judea/Samaria 5860 sq km and Gasa 360 sq km then 26,990 sq km)The World Factbook

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Reynt a tta sig skiptingu v landi,

sem var kalla Palestna 1920 og var

116.332 ferklmetrar

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Velt vngum um samykkt Alingis, um a ba til ntt Palestnurki, til vibtar vi Jrdanu.

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Enginn segir neitt tt bi s a reka flesta Gyinga fr eim rkjum sem Arabar ra.

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Veri er a hrekja Gyinga fr Evrpu.

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ttum vi a samykkja stofnun rki fyrir Krda sem eru 10 til 20 miljnir,

og ba Tyrklandi, ran, rak og Srlandi.

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Hvernig vri a samykkja frjlst Tbet.

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a eru vst minnihlutar t um alla jr, vi verum a vera samkvmir rttltinu.

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Vi tlum alls ekki a nast Gyingum, eins og vi hfum gert rhundru, og gerum enn.

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Munum allar vturnar srael fr Mannrttindastofnun Sameinuu janna.

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voru oft forsvari hj Mannrttindastofnuninni einrisherrar,

sem egnarnir eru a reyna a losna vi dag.

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a eru greinilega einhver sveitarflg slandi sem gtu veri sjlfst rki,

aeins yrfti a flytja inn fleira flk.

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gti eitthvert rki, ea reyndar einhver orp sem hefu 300.000 ba,

samykkt a til dmis Fljtsdalshra skildi vera sjlfsttt rki.

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Sala Grmsstum gti veri fyrsta skrefi.

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Flatarml sraels n Jdeu og Samaru, (vesturbakkans) er 20.770 ferklmetrar.

a er tvisvar (2,3) sinnum strra en sveitarflagi Fljtsdalshra.

sem er 8.884 ferklmetrar.

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Flatarml sraels me Jdeu og Samaru, (vesturbakkans) er 26.630 ferklmetrar.

a er risvar (2,99) sinnum strra en sveitarflagi Fljtsdalshra,

sem er 8.884 ferklmetrar.

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Ef vi hugsum okkur Fljtsdalshra allt,

sveitarflgin Fljtsdalshreppur 1525 ferklmetrar

og Fljtsdalshra 8.884 ferklmetrar,

er Fljtsdalshrai allt 10.409 ferklmetrar.

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arna er reynt a auvelda okkur a skilja hva srael er lti land,

hvort sem er me ea n Jdeu og Samaru (vesturbakkans)

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a er ef til vill ekki rtt a gera grn a alvarlegu mli,

sem er annig vaxi a vi sjum ekki lausn.

meira

Eg. 30.11.2011 jg

http://www.herad.is/y04/1/2011-11-09-The-Balfour-Declaration.htm

http://www.ismennt.is/not/jonasg/jg/jg06/abraham6.html

http://www.ismennt.is/not/jonasg/jg/jg06/israel6.html

http://www.ismennt.is/not/jonasg/jg/jg06/israel-27022009.html

http://www.herad.is/y04/1/2011-10-07-vesturbakkinn-judea-samaria.htm

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Jarnir srael

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Gyingarnir, Jarnir fengu nafn af heimalandinu, Jdeu og Samaru,

sem n eru stundum kallaar vesturbakkinn.

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Alingi slendinga samykkti a stofna arna Palestnurki nmer 2,.

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Ef af v verur eru aeins um 10 mlur vert gegn um mitt srael,

og af mrgum tali verjandi frii.

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ur var bi a stofna Jrdanu Mslimarki 76,8% af landi Palestnu.

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Mlin hafa rast annig a Jarnir hafa veri a mestu reknir

fr eim lndum sem Mslmar stjrna.

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virist mega bast vi a ftt veri um Ja Jdeu.

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dag eru Jarnir, Gyingarnir 17% af bum Jdeu og Samaru.

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N eru eir kallair landtkumenn, settlers,

jafnvel tt orpum eirra og ttingjum hafi veri eytt

egar Jrdanir tku Jdeu og Samaru, "vesturbakkann" 1948.

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A sjlfsgu lentu bir ailar essum hrmungum.

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Jrdanir ru Jdeu og Samaru, vesturbakkanum fr 1948 til 1967,

og afmu miki af ummerkjum um Jabyggirnar.

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arna hafa Jarnir og margar arar jir hrakist fram og til baka,

gegnum aldirnar.

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Hva er til ra?

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essar jir gtu saman veri forustu verldinni.

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http://www.ismennt.is/not/jonasg/jg/jg06/israel6.html

http://www.herad.is/y04/1/2011-11-30-palestina-1920-2011.htm

(spurning um rtal essu hr)

Egilsstair, 08.02.2012 Jnas Gunnlaugsson

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Egilsstair, 15.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


rursdeildir okkar efnistrarflksins kenna, a a sem er satt, s satt, og vi teljum a sannleika. annig getur og gerir pkinn okkur haldi okkur sjlfum fjsinu, og arrnt flki. Hvernig vri a ganga t ljsi og litina.

egar flestir fjlmilar, og flestir sklar, endurtaka alltaf smu fullyringarnar, sannar ea sannar, fara fullyringarnar upp sameignlega viti, og dreifast til allra manna, egar fjldinn sem metekur boskapinn nr markhpnum, samanber 100 apa kenningin?*

Er hugsanlegt a egar einhver hefur tk fjlmilum veraldar, ngi eim aila a halda fram og segja alltaf samhangandi falsfrttir?

Ef sami aili getur haft hrif sklakennsluna, er hgt a kenna aeins um rvan, tma heim, sem er sndar heimur, en ekki alheimurinn, me snum fjlva raunsannari veruleika heimi.

Ef einn hagsmunahpur, hefur alla hugmyndafrsluna snum hndum, rur hann hugmyndaheimi flksins.

snist a r hugmyndir, tt sannar vru, myndu fara upp eitthva vitundasvi, sem vi myndum kalla alheims viti, a sem ekki er sannleikur.

Ekki er lklegt a vi urfum a lra a greina milli ess sanna og ess sanna.

a sanna kemur fr sannleiksandanum okkur, og a sem er satt, kemur fr v sem er ekki satt, okkur.

arna er g a bera saman kjarnann, the core, sem Nikola Tesla talar um, og egar Jes talar um heilagan Anda og Gu, vi fjlmilarurinn.

Fjlmila rurinn skapar sanna heimsmynd, og reynir a koma veg fyrir a vi hfum skra sn til sannleikans.

ess vegna sagi Jes a, sannleikurinn mun gjra yur frjlsa. Jhannes 8:32

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Vi frum Kristnina, fjlvdda heiminn t r sklunum.

skilegt er a eir sem kenna sklunum, hafi ga menntun, og kenni eftir allmennt viurkenndum kennslu aferum.

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slir

Allar smeindirnar efninu, eru aeins orkuspa, en um lei og vi leikendurnir holograminu horfum spuna, skynjum vi eterinn, spuna sem efni. Myndin sem vi lifum holograminu er aeins til hugskoti okkar.

25.2.2016 | 02:33

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Stunda hugleislu og bn getum vi tengt okkur vi alheimsviti. Er Nikola Tesla a segja a?

5.2.2016 | 11:54

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The secret order.

5.1.2013 | 12:16

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*The Hundredth Monkey

www.worldtrans.org/pos/monkey.html

The Hundredth Monkey

by Ken Keyes, jr.

The Japanese monkey, Macaca fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years.

In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkeys liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes, but they found the dirt unpleasant.

An 18-month-old female named Imo found she could solve the problem by washing the potatoes in a nearby stream. She taught this trick to her mother. Her playmates also learned this new way and they taught their mothers too.

This cultural innovation was gradually picked up by various monkeys before the eyes of the scientists.

Between 1952 and 1958 all the young monkeys learned to wash the sandy sweet potatoes to make them more palatable.

Only the adults who imitated their children learned this social improvement. Other adults kept eating the dirty sweet potatoes.

Then something startling took place. In the autumn of 1958, a certain number of Koshima monkeys were washing sweet potatoes -- the exact number is not known.

Let us suppose that when the sun rose one morning there were 99 monkeys on Koshima Island who had learned to wash their sweet potatoes.

Let's further suppose that later that morning, the hundredth monkey learned to wash potatoes.

THEN IT HAPPENED!

By that evening almost everyone in the tribe was washing sweet potatoes before eating them.

The added energy of this hundredth monkey somehow created an ideological breakthrough!

But notice.

A most surprising thing observed by these scientists was that the habit of washing sweet potatoes then jumped over the sea --

Colonies of monkeys on other islands and the mainland troop of monkeys at Takasakiyama began washing their sweet potatoes.

Thus, when a certain critical number achieves an awareness, this new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind.

Although the exact number may vary, this Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon means that when only a limited number of people know of a new way, it may remain the conscious property of these people.

But there is a point at which if only one more person tunes-in to a new awareness, a field is strengthened so that this awareness is picked up by almost everyone!

(from the book "The Hundredth Monkey" by Ken Keyes, jr. The book is not copyrighted and the material may be reproduced in whole or in part. You can look at the whole book also.)

Egilsstair, 12.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


Mr. Barker, is your American system of banking, (1879) in your judgment, adapted to the needs of Russia? Emperor Alexander II, [Americans] will do what is more vital in the shaping of the destinies of a nation. They will understand.

Barkers greatest hope, as he says at the conclusion, is that his countrymen (the people in US, jg)will finally comprehend the motivation of their great friend in their hour of need.

He writes that if they will give due thought to the words of the Emperor Alexander II, [Americans] will do what is more vital in the shaping of the destinies of a nation. They will understand.

And today, before they can understand, they will have to remember. Therefore we take this opportunity to cast belated light on these great events.

Webster Griffin Tarpley, Ph.D.

http://tarpley.net/2013/09/23/american-banker-wharton-barkers-first-person-account-confirms-russian-tsar-alexander-ii-was-ready-for-war-with-britain-and-france-in-1862-1863-to-defend-lincoln-and-the-union-americans-will-und/

The Secret of Russias Friendship

By Wharton Barker

[Mr. Barker was the Presidential nominee in 1900 of the Anti-Fusion Populists, and for many years baa been one of Pennsylvanias most famous sons. In connection with the following article it is only necessary to recall that he was the American representative of Baring Brothers, the London bankers, and in 1878 the financial agent in the United States of the Russian Government and entrusted with the building of four cruisers for its navy; that he was made Knight of St. Stanislaus by Alexander II, and later was called to Russia to advise in regard to the development of the coal mines north of Azov.- EDITOR. ]

THE oldest, the most changeless, the most apparent, and yet the least comprehended policy, is the policy of Russia. Russian friendship for the United States, a marvel of history, has remainedstill remainsthe mystery of diplomacy. Accepted because it is the conspicuous fact, its solution has been abandoned, while its endurance has been most amazingly presumed upon. How long the rough awakening would have been delayed, were it the policy of any Government other than immutable Russia, Manchuria and the open door. of China would long since have disclosed. But Russias statecraft is not of the months or of the years; it is of the ages. It is not of monarchs, but of a dynasty; and it is less the policy of the dynasty than it is the need of a people and of a land.

To only one American, I believe, has the secret of Russian friendship for this country ever been explained. The explanation was made by the Emperor, Alexander II, fully, carefully, and with so much explicitness that its purpose was not to be misunderstood. I have refrained from the performance of the duty, which was imposed upon me by the conferring of the Emperors confidence, for nearly twenty-five years, until now; the time had not come when the events which he divined might be considered imminent, and the hour for the disclosure had not unmistakably arrived. The time, I believe, is at hand; and I make public, in complete detail, all the pregnant considerations of policy which were entrusted to my discretion, together with such intimate details of His Majestys reflections upon the condition of his Empire and upon the future domestic condition of the United States as will evidence the profound, the unerring premises of foreknowledge whereon the policy of Russia toward the United States has been based. I do so with a full appreciation of the grave consequences which may and, indeed, should attend a disclosure of such immediate and far reaching importance.

On Sunday morning, August 17th, 1879, I was breakfast guest of the Grand Duke Constantine at his Pavlovski Palace. The talk, enduring for two hours at the table and in the library, covered many small subjects of public and private interest; but nothing of real and permanent value was said. Had I not enjoyed intimate and confidential relations with many persons high in official and social rank at St. Petersburg, the invitation of the Grand Duke would have made a deep impression upon me; but, as I had been his guest several times before, and had been, as well, the guest of many others at the Court of Alexander II, I thought the mornings entertainment was no more significant than any other social compliment.

I was in Russia that year upon invitation of the Grand Duke Constantine and Prince Sergius Dolgorouki, for conference with them and with the Ministers of Finance, Ways of Communication and Public Domain, as to large and important railroads, coal, iron and steel enterprises about to be undertaken in the South of Russia. During the preceding year I was financial agent in America of the Russian Government, and, with Captain Semetschkin, directed the building of the cruisers Europe, Asia, Africa and Zabiaca, for Captains Grippenburg, Avalon, Alexieff and Loman, at Cramps shipyard. These captains, and many of the subordinate officers, were superior men. Semetschkin and Loman are dead; Grippenburg is now a retired Rear-Admiral; Avalon is now Vice-Admiral and Chief of Staff of the Russian Navy, and Alexieff is Viceroy of the Asiatic provinces of the Far East.

I was about to take my leave of the Grand Duke, when my host said:

Wait a few minutes and you will see I called you here this morning for a purpose.

Soon the lodge bell was rung; and the Grand Duke, summoning me to a window opening on the courtyard, said:

You will now understand why you are here. The Emperor is coming; he wishes to talk with you in a somewhat informal waya way in which he could not talk if you were presented to him at formal audience by the United States Minister. I will present you to His Majesty in about half an hour.

The Grand Duke left me at the window and went to meet his brother at the door step. With no escort of servants, no body guard of armed men, the Emperor, mounted on a brown horse, came into the yard. He had not come alone from Tzarskoe, Selo. He was followed by a one-horse phaeton, in which were two ladiesthe Empress of Russia and the Queen of Greece, daughters of the Grand Duke Constantine. There was no pomp, no displaynothing to mark the distinction of the little party of great people who had driven through the park that summer morning. It was really a unique and most interesting beginning to an important interview.

A brief description of the room in which this portentous talk with the Emperor, Alexander II, took place, will increase the interest of the interview, for it marks the Oriental mind, to be found only in Russia and in China. The Oriental loves the beautiful, more, I believe, than does the Italian. He waits with patience the opportunity that brings about the accomplishment of his plans and hopes; and he knows, better than the men of the Western world, how to absorb and use individual men as well as nations.

The audience room in the Pavlovski Palace was in dimensions about sixty by forty feet; the ceiling was fully twenty feet high; large windows on each side overlooked the terrace and afforded a view of the park. The other side and both ends, decorated with large mirrors, were finished in white paint and gold. The furniture was gold, with rich tapestry covering. The floor was rather cold, for there were no rugs. Such were the normal conditions the architect and the artist had produced; but, for the interview, the Grand Duke added a beautiful bank of rose bushes, in full bloomtea roses all. About one-quarter of the space was filled with roses in pots from the greenhouses, the blooms forming a crescent in one corner of the room.

In front of the bank of roses the Emperor received me, on his right hand the Grand Duke Constantine, on his left hand the Empress and the Grand Duchess. To one side and, of course, apart from the Imperial group, stood my friend Semetschkin.

On entering, I was presented, without any formality or delay, to the Emperor by the Grand Duke, as Mr. Barker, your Majestys American banker.

The Emperors first remark was incisively inquiring:

Mr. Barker, is your American system of banking, in your judgment, adapted to the needs of Russia?

There was then, for a few minutes, a general talk on economic and financial questions that satisfied me the Emperor had been a student of those questions, as, later, I was sure he had given much attention to the great questions that pressed upon his own country and upon other countries as well. He spoke at some length of the plans of his Minister of Financecomprehensive plans, plans which later, in 1890, played a very important part in European affairs. He spoke of the liberation of his serfs; of his efforts to educate them: of how and why those efforts had largely failed. He referred with earnestness to the conditions he met in the course of discussions with the land owners; of how he went through the provinces, appealing to the conciliatory spirit and the devotion of his nobility, reprimanding those who hung back, reminding them that reforms come better from above than from below. He even disclosed frankly the manner in which he had packed the Imperial Commission with men devoted to the principles of emancipation. The Commission declared for the immediate abolition of serfdom and urged the most effectual measures to prevent the re-establishment of the seignorial authority under other forms; and it decided, also, that the peasant should become a proprietor on the payment of an indemnity. It is important to remember that the manifesto of March 3d, 1861, declared these fundamental principles. The peasants were to be invested with all the rights of free cultivators of the soil. In consideration of certain quit-rents, they were to obtain full enjoyment of their enclosures and also a quantity of arable land. More than nine acres of land were given to every male peasant. The Government made loans, so that the peasants could immediately liberate themselves from their lords, yet remain debtors to the state. More than one half the land was thus taken from the lord and given to the peasant. It should not be forgotten that the Russian peasants owe their liberty to the firm will of the Emperor, and to the generous efforts of his brother, the Grand Duke Constantine.

I did more for the Russian serf, observed the Emperor, in giving him land as well as personal liberty, than America did for the Negro slave set free by the proclamation of President Lincoln. I am at a loss to understand how you Americans could have been so blind as to leave the Negro slave without tools to work out his salvation. In giving him personal liberty, you gave him an obligation to perform to the state which he must be unable to fulfill. Without property of any kind he cannot educate himself and his children. I believe the time must come when many will question the manner of American emancipation of the Negro slaves in 1863. The vote, in the hands of an ignorant man, without either property or self respect, will be used to the damage of the people at large; for the rich man, without honor or any kind of patriotism, will purchase it, and with it swamp the rights of a free people.

All this makes clear the keen appreciation the Emperor Alexander had of what he had done for his serfsand of what Americans had done for the Negro slaves. The hopes and dreams of the Emperor Alexander, and of the great men who helped him free the Russian serfs, and the hopes and expectations of Lincoln, Garrison and the thousands of Americans who gave their lives and fortunes to the cause of negro emancipation, have not been realized. But the fears of Alexander have been realized. The Emperor was right in thinking the solution of the Negro slave question would debauch our people and bring serious trouble to America. But, as I reflect upon what he said regarding the clash of classes in Russia and in other European countries, and upon the same conflict in America between the House of Have and the House of Have Not, I am led to wonder at the grasp of the great man I talked with so long ago at St. Petersburg. Even more prescient was his forecast of the American industrial conditions of to-day.

Your great industrial development, he continued, has built up very large fortunes in few hands; and the conditions such fortunes produce must bring on a class conflict that cannot fail to make a test of the stability of your institutions. The men who have those fortunes know only the law of greed; they have no respect for the rights of others; and they will surely make an effort to use the strong arm of government to enslave the people. They will use the public franchises you grant in so liberal, so dangerous a way, to tax the people. These men of large fortunes will organize into groups to increase their power, and their aggressions will as surely drive the body of your people to the enactment of laws which may be most hurtful to the general prosperity. I see a great conflict must soon come in America between the few who have vast fortunes and the many reduced to a kind of industrial slavery.

If conditions in America in 1879 brought such reflections to a Russian Emperor, what must be the reflections of Europeans of to-day, who are as serious, as earnest and as capable as Alexander II? If the Emperor had dismissed me after these remarks, I could never forget the 1879 August Sunday at Pavlovski; but I was to hear a chapter of world history that should be put in permanent form by me; for I do not believe the chapter was ever spoken or written for another by Alexander. Without knowledge of this chapter, many very great events cannot be understood. Of those present at this remarkable interview, only the Emperor and I spoke. Of course, and I believe, fortunately, my part in the conversation was small. The circumstances under which the interview proceeded moved Alexander to speak in earnest, aggressive, but sad tones. It was apparent to me that he had lived for a long time in intellectual loneliness; that he scarcely knew what fair and open criticism of his acts was; that he believed those about him and near to him did not, and probably could not, appreciate the major purposes and acts of his life that he believed he must always act for himself and for Russia; that the responsibility of the Russian Empire rested upon him alone, and not upon him and his Ministers and Council of State.

In the autumn of 1862, observed the Emperor, the Governments of France and Great Britain proposed to Russia, in a formal, but not in an official way, the joint recognition by European Powers of the independence of the Confederate States of America. My immediate answer was: I will not co-operate in such action; and I will not acquiesce. On the contrary, I shall accept the recognition of the independence of the Confederate States by France and Great Britain as a casus belli for Russia. And, in order that the Governments of France and Great Britain may understand that this is no idle threat, I will send a Pacific fleet to San Francisco and an Atlantic fleet to New York. Sealed orders to both Admirals were given.

After a pause, he proceeded: My fleets arrived at the American ports; there was no recognition of the independence of the Confederate States by Great Britain and France. The American rebellion was put down, and the great American Republic continues.

All this I did because of love for my own dear Russia, rather than for love of the American Republic. I acted thus because I understood that Russia would have a more serious task to perform if the American Republic, with advanced industrial development, were broken up and Great Britain should be left in control of most branches of modern industrial development.

In 1864 I was silent as to what the course of Russia would be, should Great Britain and France support Denmark in the war waged upon her by Prussia and Austria over the Schleswig-Holstein question. The result was that France did nothing; and Great Britain, although anxious to preserve the territorial integrity of Denmark, confined her efforts, as in the case of Poland shortly before, to the limit of mere diplomatic intervention. The plans of Bismarck were advanced Schleswig-Holstein became a German province.

In 1866, when Bismarck sought, together with Prussia, Hanover, Hessen-Cassel, Nassau and Frankfurt, to establish the North German Confederation and to exclude Austria from the German Confederation, I was silent as to what the action of Russia would be should France support Austria in the pending war. Because of this silence, France hesitated to act until it was too late, and the dreams and ambitions of Bismarck were realized. My purpose was the establishment of a European balance of power that would be a menace to Great Britain.

The Emperor again paused for a moment, to see, I think, what effect he was making upon me. I remained silent and expectant. He spoke once more, and said: To complete German unity, and to enable German manufacturers to strike at British industrial and commercial supremacy, it was plain the plan of Bismarck, for despoiling France of Alsace and Lorraine, must not be hindered. Therefore when, in 1870, the French-German war opened, I let it be understood that assistance to France from Austria or Great Britain would be followed by Russian support of Germany. Therefore, the war was fought out between France and Germany; and the German Empire was established and proclaimed. My support of Germany in these three wars was because my Russia would profit.

When the French people had paid the indemnity to Germany, and the Republic of France grew strong, there was alarm at Berlin; and Bismarck would have sought quarrel with France but for my attitude. The French-Russian understanding has preserved peace in Europe. The course of Russia is clear and her destiny can be fulfilled. Russia stands for peace.

In conclusion, the Emperor said:

I have believed these acts were great acts, because they were right. But they are not appreciated as righteous acts by those near me; and those far off and outside of Russia look upon me as selfish.

The Emperor and the Imperial party left the room; the audience was over. I went back to St. Petersburg almost immediately after their departure.

The following day, August i8th, 1879, I was guest of honor on a steam yacht, one of three in line near the Nicholas Bridge. The Emperor and his staff were on the largest one; the Grand Duke Constantine and the Naval Staff on the second; and Captain and Madame Semetschkin and I on the third. In tow of the Imperial yacht was a small boat, the men holding oars at rest, ready to cut the tow line, drop oars into the water, and pull wherever directed, should any accident befall the Imperial yacht. The gunwales of the boat were covered with purple and gold cloth, to add to the magnificence of the pageant. The day was cloudy; there was no movement of pleasure boats on the Neva; there was no incident of special interest until we came to Kronstadt, seventeen miles distant from St. Petersburg.

The harbor of Kronstadt was an impressive picture. The Russian Baltic Squadron was drawn up in double line. The place of honor between those lines was occupied by the small United States cruiser Enterprise. Immediately upon the arrival of the yacht fleet, the Emperor opened the review. As he went from one ship to another, the crews manned the yards, the bands played, and guns were fired, in his honor. But the day was still cloudy.

When the Emperor had gone on board all his own ships, the climax came. He went to the tiny Enterprise. As he was received on the quarter deck, at a signal gun from the Imperial yacht the American flag was run to the masthead of all the Russian war ships at Kronstadt, and a gun salute was fired from all the ships together, in honor of our country and our flag. As the smoke rolled away the clouds broke, and the bright sun shone upon the American flag with a new and splendid glory.

Russia had not forgotten properly to honor the flag Russian fleets had upheld at New York and San Francisco in 1863; and those American citizens who were at Kronstadt on that day appreciated what Russian friendship for America had been, and then was.

Americans cannot forget either the Russell-Palmerston-Louis Napoleon proposal, or the Alexander answer of 1862-1863. They remember that they owe almost as much to Russian action in 1863 as they do to French action in 1778. But if they will give due thought to the words of the Emperor Alexander II, they will do what is more vital in the shaping of the destinies of a nation. They will understand.

Egilsstair, 12.05.2018 Jnas Gunnlaugsson


SYKURSKI - We have to amputate your legs. Today. slensk einfld endursgn grunni greinarinnar. egar s sem hefur sykurski 2, fer magastyttingu, hverfur sykur sking 2, nstum samdgurs.

SYKURSKI - We have to amputate your legs. Today. slensk einfld endursgn grunni greinarinnar.

Hr er umran, og slumennska.

Vi hugsum, hva er rtt, og hva er rangt.

etta er aeins einfldu slensk endursgn.

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egar s sem hefur sykurski 2, fer magastyttingu, hverfur sykur sking 2, nstum samdgurs.

etta hefur ske um verld alla ratugi.

Maga agerin hefur ekkert a gera me sykur skina.

Flestir sykur skis 2 sjklingarnir urfa minna af lyfjum, ea engin.

ra rair hefur engin geta gefi skringu essu.

Eitthva, breytti insln stinni hj sjklingum me sykurski 2.

Taylor einsetti sr a finna t, hver stan vri.

a var vita a sjklingar me sykur ski 2 hfu fitu (deposits)

lag umhverfis briskirtilinn,og hldu menn, a fitulagi

kmi vegna sykurskinnar.

Taylor ttai sig a fitulagi umhverfis brisi er aal orskin fyrir sjkdmnum, sykurski 2.

Brisi br til inslni og heldur glksa magninu rttu.

Fitan rstir og leitar inn brisi, og gerir a a einhverju leiti starfshft, og framleiir a ekki ng insln.

Loksins, ri 2012 fann Taylor lausnina.

Allir sem fara magastyttingu, eru settir srstakt matari.

etta matari eyir fitunni og vi brisi, og fr brisi a vinna rtt.

Taylor tbj srstakt matari og fr fitan vi og brisinu, og sykurskin 2.

Hr er sagt a, every single person was able to stop taking their medication, allir gtu htt a taka lyfin sn.

Because thats what diabetes medication and insulin shots are: bandaid fixes that only treat the symptoms...

Gmlu sykurskis lyfin og inslni, virkuu aeins sjkdmseinkennin.

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egar s sem hefur sykurski 2, fer magastyttingu, hverfur sykur sking 2, nstum samdgurs.

etta hefur ske um verld alla ratugi.

Maga agerin hefur ekkert a gera me sykur skina.

Flestir sykur skis 2 sjklingarnir urfa minna af lyfjum, ea engin.

ra rair hefur engin geta gefi skringu essu.

Eitthva, breytti insln stinni hj sjklingum me sykurski 2.

Taylor einsetti sr a finna t, hver stan vri.

a var vita a sjklingar me sykur ski 2 hfu fitu (deposits) lag umhverfis briskirtilinn,

og hldu menn, a fitulagi kmi vegna sykurskinnar.

Taylor ttai sig a fitulagi umhverfis brisi er aal orskin fyrir sjkdmnum, sykurski 2.

Brisi br til inslni og heldur glksa magninu rttu.

Fitan rstir og leitar inn brisi, og gerir a a einhverju leiti starfshft, og framleiir a ekki ng insln.

Loksins, ri 2012 fann Taylor lausnina.

Allir sem fara magastyttingu, eru settir srstakt matari.

etta matari eyir fitunni og vi brisi, og fr brisi a vinna rtt.

Taylor tbj srstakt matari og fr fitan vi og brisinu, og sykurskin 2.

Hr er sagt a, every single person was able to stop taking their medication, allir gtu htt a taka lyfin sn.

Because thats what diabetes medication and insulin shots are: bandaid fixes that only treat the symptoms...

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egar g tala um tr, si, hj Jes, er g a tala um hugmyndir sjendanna, sem Jes hafi lrt um ritunum, og hj prestunum. Stjrnsslan hefur flestum tmum veri hrdd vi sjendur, og reynt a berja hugmyndir eirra niur.

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J, g vil segja etta rtt hj r Bjarne rn Hansen, a jin er siurinn, trin.

getum vi sagt a fjlmenning s engin j.

egar g tala um tr, si, hj Jes, er g a tala um hugmyndir sjendanna, sem Jes hafi lrt um ritunum, og hj prestunum.

Einnig voru einhverjir sjendur, viskeii Jes, a er eir sem hfu sm innsn fleiri en rjr vddir og tma.

r reglur sem eir settu sem hfu litla sn til fleiri vdda, kllum vi stjrnsslu reglur, til agreiningar fr v sem kom fr sjendunum.

Stjrnsslan hefur flestum tmum veri hrdd vi sjendur, og reynt a berja hugmyndir eirra niur.

Pll var a berja niur hugmyndir sjendanna, egar honum snerist hugur og fr hann a vinna a mlefnunum me innsn til fleiri heima, ea vdda.

Heimsk stjrnssla, hefur alltaf veri til, egar vi essir sem eru fastir rvddinni og tmanum, hfum strt mlefnunum.

Einn siur, ein lg, en au lg vera a vera g, og vel hugsu.

Gangi r allt haginn.

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Two teams ... US / Europe ... have shown the existence of a fourth spatial dimension ...we can, theoretically at least, turn a two-dimensional system into a four-dimensional one.

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Put simply, as we perceive it, 3D objects cast 2D shadows, so it follows that 4D objects would cast 3D shadows, even if we can't actually see the 4D object itself. The 4th dimension, but not as we know it: Scientists bend rules to catch glimpse of

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  1. Dimension - Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dimension_(mathematics_and_physics)

Ten dimensions are used to describe string theory, eleven dimensions can describe supergravity and M-theory, ... of the kind that string theory is intended to provide.

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The 12 Dimensions of Creation - bibliotecapleyades.net

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The Twelve Dimensions of Creation ... When I finally discovered the twelve dimensions of Creation, ... The next 3 dimensions are Energy Dimension 9 is etheric, ...

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Nikola Tesla var einn af eim, sem fluttu junum blessun og leystu flki r nau ekkingarleysisins? ekkingin skapar allsnktir. Nstareyndatrin st mti Jes og Nikola Tesla. Vi skulum fra Jes og Tesla aftur inn sklanna.

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