Sunday 20 May 2018

Message for the World

Throughout my blog I have been doing my part in spreading the message of Enlightenment and all the things that are invented by reptilians and cabal to bring us down. We must raise our vibration and listen to our future selves the pleiadians to get rid of these parasites that are destroying our planet and us. If you ever get a chance watch cosmic Disclosure episodes,you can find some on youtube-provides great assistance to questions and helps you to see the future without blocks.I have posted this video to give you a glance at our world,where its heading,what we must do to get us into the next phase of our development,and give hope. Enjoy:)

Tuesday 15 May 2018

Marijuana Margaritas

marijuana margarita

Four fresh limes

Jar of honey

Several cups of ice cubes

Your newly infused medicated tequila

Margarita glasses

High-powered blender


Salt, preferably sea salt (optional)
There are a few ways to make cannabis-infused alcohols, including using a simple device like a MagicalButter machine. However, for those without, here's a DIY cannabis-infused tequila recipe:How To Make Infused Tequila
Fill a mason jar with plant matter, and pour in enough tequila to cover the plant matter thoroughly.
Replace the lid, making sure it is screwed on tightly. Shake the jar vigorously, making sure the alcohol is evenly distributed throughout all of the plant matter.
Place the jar in a cool, dark place for anywhere from one to three weeks. If the alcohol solution is needed as soon as possible, place the jar near something warm, such as a heater or on top of a refrigerator, to speed up the process. If you are leaving the jar for a longer period of time, check on it periodically to shake it and make sure everything in the mixture is evenly distributed.
After you’ve left the solution for as long as is necessary, strain the liquid from the botanical features. The result should be a fully infused tequila with a golden hue.
Marijuana Margaritas
Place 1-2 cups of ice cubes in blender.
Scrape 4-8 tablespoons of honey (warming the honey slightly in the microwave can make it easier to pour and distribute) into the blender along with the ice.
Squeeze 2-3 large limes for their juice, and add the resulting juice to the mixture in the blender.
Free-pour in the alcohol to reach the level of strength you desire in your margarita. Blend sufficiently until smooth. Chill margarita glasses while mixing. Once they are chilled, remove from refrigerator and begin to garnish.
 Dampen and dip the rims in salt if a salted rim is desired. Slice the fourth lime into thin half-slices, and put a small notch in the flesh of each slice so that it can be easily slipped over the rim of the glass.
Distribute margarita mixture into glasses and grate a small amount of lime zest over the top of each portion. Enjoy while they are still frosty!
For all your cannabis-infused beverages, we recommend using the clean and easy MagicalButter machine.This recipe first appeared in Original Weed Recipes.

Monday 14 May 2018


We are born of Earth Air Water and Fire

Solid foundations to build our lives

Power of the Mind
to build Consciousness

Powers of  Psychic Connection

Ability of Transformation
Fire to Fight for Freedom,Justice,and Fairness to All

We need to reconnect to Gaia,our roots,our Ancestors-
We need to take care of our Children
We need to take care of our World
To know what is the law,and what is not
Always live by your Heart
That is the True Magick!

War On Marijuana

In states with the worst disparities, Blacks were on average over six times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than whites.

The War on Marijuana has largely been a war on people of color. Despite the fact that marijuana is used at comparable rates by whites and Blacks, state and local governments have aggressively enforced marijuana laws selectively against Black people and communities.10 In 2010, the Black arrest rate for marijuana possession was 716 per 100,000, while the white arrest rate was 192 per 100,000. Stated another way, a Black person was 3.73 times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than a white person — a disparity that increased 32.7% between 2001 and 2010. It is not surprising that the War on Marijuana, waged with far less fanfare than the earlier phases of the drug war, has gone largely, if not entirely, unnoticed by middle- and upper-class white communities. In states with the worst disparities, Blacks were on average over six times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than whites. In the states with the worst disparities, Blacks were on average over six times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than whites. In the worst offending counties across the country, Blacks were over 10, 15, even 30 times more likely to be arrested than white residents in the same county. These glaring racial disparities in marijuana arrests are not a northern or southern phenomenon, nor a rural or urban phenomenon, but rather a national one. The racial disparities are as staggering in the Midwest as in the Northeast, in large counties as in small, on city streets as on country roads, in counties with high median family incomes as in counties with low median family incomes. They exist regardless of whether Blacks make up 50% or 5% of a county’s overall population. The racial disparities in marijuana arrest rates are ubiquitous; the differences can be found only in their degrees of severity. Thus, while the criminal justice system casts a wide net over marijuana use and possession by Blacks, it has turned a comparatively blind eye to the same conduct  occurring at the same rates in many white communities. Just as with the larger drug war, the War on Marijuana has, quite simply, served as a vehicle for police to target communities of color. The War on Marijuana has, quite simply, served as a vehicle for police to target communities of color. To the extent that the goal of these hundreds of thousands of arrests has been to curb the availability or consumption of marijuana, they have failed.11 In 2002, there were 14.5 million people aged 12 or older — 6.2% of the total population — who had used marijuana in the previous month; by 2011, that number had increased to 18.1 million — 7.0% of the total population.12 According to a World Health Organization survey of 17 countries, 42.2% of Americans have tried marijuana in their lifetime.13 The 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported similar numbers — 39.26% of Americans surveyed reported having used marijuana in their lifetimes — and over 17.4 million Americans had used marijuana in the past month.14 Between 2009 and 2010, 30.4% of 18- to 25-year-olds reported having used marijuana at least once in the past month.15 All wars are expensive, and this war has been no different. States spent over $3.61 billion combined enforcing marijuana possession laws in 2010. New York and California combined spent over $1 billion in total justice system expenditures just on enforcement of marijuana possession arrests. Had marijuana been regulated like alcohol, and had its se been treated as a public health issue akin to alcohol instead of as a criminal justice issue, this is money that cities, counties, and police departments could have invested in an array of other law enforcement priorities and community initiatives. States spent over $3.6 billion combined enforcing marijuana possession laws in 2010. Marijuana arrests, prosecutions, and convictions have wrought havoc on both individuals and communities, not only causing direct harm but also resulting in dire collateral consequences. These include affecting eligibility for public housing and student financial aid, employment opportunities, child custody determinations, and immigration status. Marijuana convictions can also subject people to more severe charges and sentences if they are ever arrested for or convicted of another crime. In addition, the targeted enforcement of marijuana laws against people of color, and the unsettling, if not humiliating, experience such enforcement entails, creates community mistrust of the police, reduces police-community cooperation, and damages public safety. Concentrated enforcement of marijuana laws based on a person’s race or community has not only been a central component of this country’s broader assault on drugs and drug users, it has also resulted from shifts in policing strategies, and the incentives driving such strategies. Over the past 20 years, various policing models rooted in the “broken windows” theory, such as order-maintenance and zero-tolerance policing, have resulted in law enforcement pouring resources into targeted communities to enforce aggressively a wide array of low-level offenses, infractions, and ordinances through tenacious stop, frisk, and search practices. Indeed, it seems hard to avoid the conclusion that police tactics of effectuating a high volume of arrests for minor offenses has been a major contributor to the 51% rise in marijuana arrests between 1995 and 2010. Adding further stimuli to such policing strategies are COMPSTAT — a data-driven police management and performance assessment tool — and the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program, a federal funding mechanism used by state and local police to enforce drug laws. These programs appear to create incentives for police departments to generate high numbers of drug arrests, including high numbers of marijuana arrests, to meet or exceed internal and external performance measures. So we stand at a strange crossroads in America with regards to marijuana policy. On the one hand, as of November 2012, two states — Colorado and Washington — have legalized marijuana; 19 jurisdictions (18 states and the District of Columbia) allow  marijuana for medical purposes; a majority of Americans favor both full legalization16 as well as legalizing marijuana for medicinal purposes;17 whites and Blacks use marijuana at comparable rates,18 and many residents of middle- and upper-class white communities use marijuana without legal consequence or even fear of entanglement in the criminal justice system. On the other hand, in 2010 there were over three-quarters of a million arrests for marijuana possession — accounting for almost half of the almost 1.7 million drug arrests nationwide — for which many people were jailed and convicted. Worse yet, Blacks were arrested for marijuana possession at almost four times the rate as whites, with disparities even more severe in several states and counties, and the country spent billions of dollars enforcing marijuana laws. But the right road ahead for this country is clearly marked: marijuana possession arrests must end. In place of marijuana criminalization, and taking a cue from the failure of alcohol prohibition, states should legalize marijuana, by licensing and regulating marijuana production, distribution, and possession for persons 21 or older. Legalization would, first and foremost, eliminate the unfair race- and community-targeted enforcement of marijuana criminal laws; help reduce over incarceration in our jails and prisons; curtail infringement upon constitutional rights, most notably as guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment’s proscription of unreasonable searches and seizures; and allow law enforcement to focus on serious crime. 
Furthermore, at a time when states are facing budget shortfalls, legalizing marijuana makes fiscal sense. The licensing and taxation of marijuana will save states millions of dollars currently spent on enforcement of marijuana criminal laws. It will, in turn, raise millions more in revenue to reinvest in public schools and substance abuse prevention, as well as general funds and local budgets, research, and public health, to help build stronger, safer communities.20 Indeed, Washington State’s Office of Financial Management projects that Initiative 502, which legalized the possession of marijuana for people 21 or older under tight regulations, will generate more than half a billion dollars in new revenue each year through a 25% marijuana excise tax, retail sales, and business and occupation taxes.21 The state will direct 40% of the new revenues toward the state general fund and local budgets and 60% toward education, health care, substance abuse prevention, and research.22 At the national level, a CATO Institute study estimated that federal drug expenditures on marijuana prohibition in 2008 were $3.4 billion, and that legalization would generate $8.7 billion in annual revenue.
If legalizing marijuana through taxation, licensing, and regulation is unobtainable, states should significantly reduce marijuana arrests by removing all criminal and civil penalties for authorized marijuana use and possession for persons 21 or older. Under depenalization, there would be no arrests, prosecutions, tickets, or fines for marijuana use or possession as long as such activity complies with existing regulations governing such activities. If depenalization is unobtainable, states should decriminalize marijuana possession for personal use by reclassifying all related criminal laws as civil offenses only, with a maximum penalty of a small fine. In addition to ending marijuana possession arrests, police departments should reform order-maintenance policing strategies that focus on low-level offenses. Instead, law enforcement should address public health questions and safety concerns in ways that minimize the involvement of the criminal justice system by moving toward non-punitive, transparent, collaborative community- and problem-oriented policing strategies. These strategies should aim to serve, protect, and respect all communities. In addition, the federal government should end inclusion of marijuana possession arrests as a performance measure of law en
forcement agencies’ use of or application for federal funds, and redirect such funds currently designated to fight the War on Drugs toward drug treatment, research on treatment models and strategies, and public education.

Sunday 13 May 2018

Is Electro Smog Harming Our # HEALTH #

Head The Warnings of The Collective Extraterrestrials

The Pleiadians are a collective of extraterrestrials from the star system The Pleiades. They call themselves our ancient family because many of us" came here from The Pleiades to participate in the new experiment of Earth. 

 The holographic nature of the cosmos means that the Galactics, as they like to be called, are able to use their projectors (we all project and co-create our realities) to focus on creating the reality that is most positive,and is indeed a matrix with many sub-matrices in existence, as well. Some of the beings exist across multiple dimensions. 

It is a co-created, negotiated in real-time, collective reality. Our individual consciousnesses are projections that we create and when married with similar projections from other beings, the collective reality becomes manifest. We are all essentially AI, if you think about the cosmos from a technical/IT perspective. The dark beings are IT experts, in a manner of speaking, and have made a mess of the security infrastructure relative to planet Earth. They are hackers of a sort, and were trying to lead humanity onto a negative timeline. However those efforts will be subverted by benevolent extradimensionals.

  Some extensions of multiverse or parallel universes hypotheses are not entirely correct — there is not a dimension spawned at every decision point — only observed realities come into or stay in existence. Most of the other dimensional realities experience time differently than we do, as well. They call it ‘no time’. It doesn’t mean that things don’t progress in a linear fashion, but they are able to perceive multiple possibilities simultaneously. They then choose to train their observation on the possibilities they want to manifest. Many beings can instantly manifest within their realities (which would look like magic to us), but some manifestation requires collective effort/observation over time (like it does with us).

 Events can be altered,and we can change the course of history.Earth lost her sovereignty,but was to be an intergalactic exchange centre of information of many galaxies to be stored ,Earth was raided half a million years ago to remain uninvolved and controlled.The Pleiadians are back to inspire us and to remind us who we are and to trigger our memory banks to alter our frequency on the planet for codes of consciousness -our own identity of light frequency.

A terrany that was let loose on Earth is now returning back to the Pleiadians .They stripped us from our heritage of the 12 stranded DNA for a higher purpose. They need us to evolve,but before they can the Pleiadians need to heal the past for their next stage of development.Forms of other intelligence can also be made from our stranded DNA. They need to give all their rights and abilities to all they created.We then if evolved will give off codes of formulas-they will be freed with our freedom. Right now the pleiadians are hooked up in the matrix,prisoners of technology like borg collectives and pleading with us to be freed from the wifi and technologies as these were introduced by the darker entities to keep us imprisoned as well.They are our future,and telling us to be around natural surroundings,healthy food,meditate,and evolve.The Mayans figured out how to get to different worlds,through infusing and bending reality to open portals and influence other times.All cultures will operate back onto this multidimensional plane and all libraries will be restored.

The recent deterioration of Earth and her environment was created to move and activate us into change as we the humans, are transducers of Energy. As members of the families of light we inform systems and reconstruct realities-as we are the holders of these codes and must go beyond our boundaries by evolving. We are here to remember our grand purpose of life,make better choices,that is why we reincarnate many times to alter reality-we are to change the course of history.

Saturday 12 May 2018

The Leader in AI Will Become The Ruler of The World

The tech that is made is supposed to make us feel more secure? It turns out that we are getting afraid.........

Wifi turning into Nightmare

Rise of the Super Soldiers-A Glimpse Into The World of Genetic Enhancement?

For those who don't Believe-this video was published back in 2013. Prepare 'Your world"

Syria Has "Genetically Modified" Super Soldiers-Syrian Ambassador Claims

Meldonium was created in the 1970's by scientists at the USSR Latvia Institute of Organic Synthesis and was used to expand soldier's oxygen capacity and boost endurance of Russian troops in Afghanistan. As for the United States Department of Defense, the Pentagon states that Russia is secretly creating enhanced human operations technology also known as "bionic superhumans". These "bionic superhumans" are not only stronger, faster, and more deadly, they have computer chips built into their brains to make them follow orders.
For the second time now, Syrian ambassador Bashar Jaafari made the bold claim that western nations are sending "genetically modified" super soldiers to fight alongside Syrian opposition forces. These forces are comprised of various terror cells and rebel groups as well as fighters from all across the globe.
Putin appeared before students at the Youth Festival in Sochi last year and made the claim that nations are currently working on creating genetically modified super soldiers and warned that such a threat would "worse than a nuclear bomb".

My question is were we first? Then upscaling us as a  species .......

#Russia #Syrian #Putin #Pentagon #Super #Soldiers #Bionic #SuperHumans

Wednesday 9 May 2018

5G And Cyber Security Hit Stocks Big-Kiss Your Freedom Goodbye

If we are witnessing a colossal shift in the tech market, cybersecurity is a sector that could hand over double-digit gains in a matter of days

There’s just one problem: Your connected devices are starting to cause some serious security issues.

Maybe your thermostat is connected to the internet.

Or perhaps your home security camera is linked to an app on your phone.

Even your refrigerator could be logging on to the web these days to remind you to pick up milk on your way home from work.

You might even have an internet enabled video doorbell  I hear they’re great for shooing away solicitors.).

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For one, criminals are exploiting their weaknesses to tap into your personal information.

The CEO for cybersecurity firm Darktrace recently revealed the details of one such attack where cybercriminals hacked into a casino through a Wi-Fi enabled fish tank thermometer.

Last month, a huge tech deal died.

Singapore-based Broadcom wanted to acquire U.S.-based Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM).

The final bid before the Trump admin stopped the deal stood at $146 billion. Had it gone through, it would have been the biggest acquisition in tech history.

Why was it stopped?

The reason is national security. Qualcomm is considered to be too important to be owned by a foreign corporation.

The first 5G networks will be rolled out in the U.S. this year by telecommunications companies like Verizon in select test markets.

One thing is certain,these 5G companies are making a FORTUNE in stocks! It's all for the money and these giants are selling everyone's freedom:( I personally will never buy anything electric that has SMART on it!

Saturday 5 May 2018

AMAZON-the online retailer

Not only does the population know that Amazon is the biggest Corporate retailer to ever hit the internet,but also sells poison knowingly-like the recent outbreak found in their tumeric powder. I have been a customer to Amazon now for the last 5 years or so as I am also a crafter,and bought my supplies from them. However,be careful of the Dragon that shows its fire-or so Amazon thinks they are all that! Laughable. What they are though,and I give them this credit with a five star,is deliberate thieves.With the latest in free advertising from the foolish affiliates,they have taken my money several times and not send the product.What they are is deliberate thieves,with no resolution power. How long do you think they will stay in business? I encourage ALL bloggers to post about Amazon ripping them off-as I KNOW there are a lot of you out there ,who also craft. Wishing you much success Amazon in sinking your Corporate butt


......and OH! I will be CANCELLING my account.

Friday 4 May 2018


DARPA REVEALS $65 MILLION ‘MATRIX’ PROGRAM TO PLUG SOLDIERS BRAINS DIRECTLY INTO A COMPUTER The goal is 'developing an implantable system able to provide precision communication between the brain and the digital world,' DARPA officials said. It has selected its five grant recipients for the Neural Engineering System Design (NESD) program, which it began at the start of this year. Brown University, Columbia University, The Seeing and Hearing Foundation, the John B. Pierce Laboratory, Paradromics Inc and the University of California, Berkeley will all receive multi-million dollar grants....

Tuesday 1 May 2018

Greedy Gas Prices to All Time High!

CALGARY -- Canadians celebrating the onset of summer driving season have been dismayed by another spring phenomenon -- rising gasoline prices across the country. According to, the average price of regular gasoline in Canada at noon on Monday was about $1.33 per litre, up 22 cents from the average of $1.11 per litre at the same time last year. It has been estimated to go up to 2.00 for the summer holidays.Four refineries in Edmonton are said to shut down for maintenance at once,just so gas prices soar and summer travellers pay through the nose. The record high for the same day was just over $1.37 set in 2014.