Sunday, February 07, 2016
Via Before It's News: Anthony Patch is back with an urgent update. I say its urgent due to the timing of the dream he has had, a dream that centred around this years Superbowl 50 which is set to take place tomorrow. Anthony, in collaboration with JD from NepTUNEDiaries, have released the following video containing information about the recent dream Anthony experienced. In the above video, as i mentioned at the start of the article, Anthony Patch shares details of his recent dream concerning Lady Gaga, the Superbowl and disclosure. Let me state on Anthony’s behalf that he is not making any predictions here, merely sharing a dream that he feels is timely and worthy of note. We are not stating that anything will happen at all, merely sharing visions & ideas, and starting a discussion that needs to be had! Lady Gaga is working with Intel on a project that they have deemed “top-secret” and that is to be unveiled at this years Grammy awards in Germany later in the month. Gaga released an ad about the event and talks about making “the uninventable, inventable”, “the unseeable, seeable” & “imagining the unimaginable”! It literally sounds like she and intel are going to manifest things from another dimension. In the ad itself, Gaga talks to the audience from within a spinning holographic cube, placed in a hangar. This has led Anthony and others to speculate as to some kind of holographic event that could be a test for Project Blue Beam technology, with Gaga being projected into the heavens. In Tony’s dream however, we start at the Superbowl, where the illuminati chosen one herself, the Gaga, is set to sing the national anthem before the game. Tony talks about the possibility of Gaga turning up with Beyonce & Coldplay during the half time mega-ritual via holographic projection. Then, to the amazement of the crowd, it will appear as if Gaga and her dancers (angels), are “ascending” into the heavens. All of this of course is done with the use of technology, but don’t let facts like that get in the way of a good psy-op! The ascension itself will be symbolic of the Rapture, and will have many questioning their faith and even reality itself. Think im going too far? Well, not so long ago, Tupac Shakur appeared via hologram at a gig long after his death. This actually had members of the audience questioning whether he had ever died at all, or had been resurrected, so good was the image of the dead artist performing on stage. Lady Gaga is a central figure in the death cult elites plans, and she is being used to usher in a new race of beings incapable of prejudice and hate… not my words, hers! She is a tool of the Luciferians running this planet, steering the naive minds of her fawning supporters into a mindset ready to welcome, and beg for, their Luciferian new world order. Remember, the veil between this world and that of the dark entities has never been thinner as the forces of evil gather around the planet at this time. KEV’S TWIST… How about during the singing of the national anthem, with no prior warnings, or any talk of holographic technology being used, Gaga just disappears from stage! Or she starts to ascend like Tony said. Heres where my twist comes…. She doesn’t come back! The media start hyping the hell out of this “rapture” event. People will be talking about how it is all a publicity stunt, but it will fall on deaf ears as her fans and the masses struggle to comprehend the events that have unfolded. Then, at the Grammys, she reappears, above major cities, as a massive “sighting”! Could she bring with her the “good guys”? All just woo and speculation, or is it….. Remember everything we have covered with Tony previously. We have had CERN pummeling the veil in order to create a portal for these entities to come through into this plane of existence. We have scientists that are able to create life in the laboratory from four bottles of chemicals. Could they have an army of “skin suits” awaiting inter-dimensional hosts? PROJECT BLUE BEAM Who can deny that if the above events unfolded the majority of people wouldnt fall for it. There are many who wouldnt even question what they are seeing or being told. This is exactly what Project Blue Beam can be such and effective tool if the elites decide to play it in conjuncion with a fake disclosure event. Could we see space craft appearing over all the capitol cities of the world? Will it be the voice of God? Blue Beam would utilise both audio and visual effects to trick the populous into believing anything they choose. Just recently we have had massive rainbow clouds appearing over Ireland and around the world. Could they be filling the sky with particulaties that will be activated come “show time”? Who knows? What I do know, as stated previously, is that the masses will just lap it all up! However, the masses are going to be decieved into thinking that these entities that are being summoned up and ushered in are the good guys that are showing up to save the day! Be on your toes, for we might just be looking up into a sky overhead sometime real soon and seeing the “arrival” of these beings. Only, not everything is as it seems. Let me correct that…. Not ANYTHING is as it seems!
Thursday, February 04, 2016
Via Zero Hedge: Back in April 2013, we showed for the first time something few were aware of, namely that "At $72.8 Trillion, The Bank With The Biggest Derivative Exposure In The World" was not JPMorgan as some had expected, but Germany's banking behemoth, Deutsche bank. Some brushed it off, saying one should never look at gross derivative exposure but merely net, to which we had one simple response: net immediately becomes gross when just one counterparty in the collateral chains fails - case in point, the Lehman and AIG failures and the resulting scramble to bailout the entire world which cost trillions in taxpayer funds. We then followed it up one year later with "The Elephant In The Room: Deutsche Bank's $75 Trillion In Derivatives Is 20 Times Greater Than German GDP". Then, last June, we asked the most pointed question yet: "Is Deutsche Bank The Next Lehman?"
Wednesday, February 03, 2016
Via Reuters: The first known case of Zika virus transmission in the United States was reported in Texas on Tuesday by local health officials, who said it likely was contracted through sex and not a mosquito bite, a day after the World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency. The virus, linked to severe birth defects in thousands of babies in Brazil, is spreading rapidly in the Americas, and WHO officials on Tuesday expressed concern that it could hit Africa and Asia as well. Zika had been thought to be spread by the bite of mosquitoes of the Aedes genus, so sexual contact as a mode of transmission would be a potentially alarming development. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed it was the first U.S. Zika case in someone who had not traveled abroad in the current outbreak, said CDC Director Dr. Tom Frieden on Twitter. However, the CDC has not investigated how the virus was transmitted. After this case, the CDC advised men to consider using condoms after traveling to areas with the Zika virus. Pregnant women should avoid contact with semen from men exposed to the virus. The Dallas County Department of health said on Twitter that the person was infected through sexual contact with someone who had traveled to Venezuela. The person infected did not travel to the South American country, county health officials said. The Texas Department of State Health Services was slightly more cautious in its assessment, saying in a statement, "Case details are being evaluated, but the possibility of sexual transmission from an infected person to a non-infected person is likely in this case". County authorities said there were no reports of the virus being transmitted by mosquitoes in the Texas county. Previously, international health officials had noted one U.S. case of possible person-to-person sexual transmission. But the Pan American Health Organization said more evidence was needed to confirm sexual contact as a means of Zika transmission. The medical literature also has one case in which the virus was detected in semen. The virus has been reported in more than 30 countries and linked to microcephaly, in which babies have abnormally small heads and improperly developed brains. The American Red Cross on Tuesday asked blood donors who have traveled to Zika virus outbreak areas such as Mexico, the Caribbean, or Central or South America to wait at least 28 days before donating. However, the risk of transmitting the virus through blood donations remained "extremely" low in the continental United States, the disaster relief agency said. The Dow Jones transportation average ended 2.9 percent lower following news of the first U.S. transmission of the Zika virus. MONITORING NEEDED The WHO has said the virus could infect 4 million people in the Americas. It said on Tuesday it launched a global response unit to fight the mosquito-borne virus. "Most important, we need to set up surveillance sites in low- and middle-income countries so that we can detect any change in the reporting patterns of microcephaly at an early stage", Dr. Anthony Costello said in Geneva. Costello is WHO's director for maternal, child and adolescent health. Twenty to 30 sites could be established worldwide, mainly in poor countries without robust healthcare systems, Costello said. Brazil is the country hardest hit by Zika. In an address to a joint session of Brazil's Congress, President Dilma Rousseff said her government will spare no resources in mobilizing to combat the mosquito that transmits the virus. With no vaccine or treatment for Zika, efforts to curb its spread have focused on eradicating mosquito breeding sites. Brazil, which has more than 4.000 suspected cases of microcephaly that may be linked to Zika, is scheduled to host the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August. Rousseff also said Brazil and the United States will enter a partnership to develop a Zika vaccine as soon as possible to stem the spread of the virus. VACCINE EFFORTS French drugmaker Sanofi SA on Tuesday announced that it has launched a project to develop a vaccine against the virus, the most decisive commitment yet by a major vaccine maker. The company said its Sanofi Pasteur vaccines division would use its expertise in developing vaccines for similar viruses such as yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis and dengue. Other companies also joined the race on Tuesday to develop a vaccine. The University of South Australia said it was working on a Zika vaccine with Australian biotech Sementis Ltd. U.S. drug developer NewLink Genetics Corp said it has started a project to develop Zika treatment options. Experts have said a Zika vaccine for widespread use is months if not years away. Costello said the Aedes mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus "are present ... through Africa, parts of southern Europe and many parts of Asia, particularly South Asia". Africa and Asia have the world's highest birth rates. WHO Director-General Margaret Chan said on Monday it was "strongly suspected but not yet scientifically proven" that Zika causes microcephaly. The first Irish cases of Zika virus have been detected in two people with a history of traveling to a country affected by the mosquito-borne infection, the Health Service Executive of Ireland said. Chilean health officials said they have confirmed three cases in Chile of people infected with the Zika virus, all of whom were infected while traveling elsewhere in Latin America. An Australian state health service said two Australians were diagnosed with the virus after returning from the Caribbean, confirming the first cases of the virus in the country this year.
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
Via Before It's News: We want the closest translation to the truth available and we will go to extremes to find it! So we keep looking for the most ancient manuscripts that have ever been found because the probability of them being tampered with is much lower then the newer translations. All who seek truth and understanding will be floored with this video because it will change your life forever.
Monday, February 01, 2016
Here's Why Winning Iowa Could Break The Election Wide Open For Bernie Sanders Or Donald Trump, Frankly
Via The Huffington Post: In the fall of 2007, Hillary Clinton held a 24-point lead over Barack Obama among black voters in a CNN national poll. By Jan. 18, 10 days after the New Hampshire primary, Obama was winning blacks by 28 points in the same poll, a 52-point swing. This time around, Clinton again holds a commanding lead among black voters headed into Iowa. She boasts a roughly 45-point lead nationally, which her campaign refers to as a firewall. The assumption fueling that fire is that Obama was able to win over the black vote because, put simply, he was black. If that's the case, the uber-white Vermonter Bernie Sanders isn't a serious threat to that firewall, and the Clinton camp can bank on a South Carolina victory no matter what happens in Iowa or New Hampshire. But that strategy may rest on a misreading of why the black vote shifted so rapidly to Obama the last time around. Indeed, Obama was just as black in October, when black voters were backing Clinton, as he was in January, when the vote shifted his way. What changed? His viability. After Obama's resounding victory in Iowa, the perception of him changed. All of a sudden, black voters saw that Obama could actually win. The connection between Obama and the black vote is obviously a unique one, but the phenomenon is universal: Voters prefer to back a winner, and candidates appear more attractive the more likely they are to win. The Iowa caucus may only be a venue for some 250,000 or so Iowans -- a minuscule fraction of the national voting population -- but the decisions those caucus-goers make can send a signal that reverberates far beyond the state. If Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump comes out on top in Iowa, it will be the first time that millions of people waking up on Tuesday morning seriously think of those men as presidential material. (The shock to the global audience, particularly if Trump wins, will be off the scale.) If Obama's experience is any guide, winning Iowa could possibly unlock significant additional support.
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Via Disclose.tv: An Indian Air Force Su-30 MKI fighter jet has intercepted an unidentified flying object in Barmer, Rajistan, yesterday after the balloon-shaped object was seen on radar, triggering an alert. An IAF spokesman said: "Between 10.30 and 11 am an unidentified balloon-shaped object was picked up by the Indian Air Force (IAF) radar. An IAF fighter was launched, which intercepted the object and brought it down. Materials have been retrieved and further investigation is ongoing”. There have been local speculations on whether the object was a meteorological weather balloon from India or Pakistan. But the IAF has not confirmed what the object is. Barmer is less than 300 miles from Jaipur, where villagers reported this month mysterious metal balls falling from the sky. The Roswell incident is regarded as the world's most infamous unsolved UFO case. In July 1947, the US Army releases a press statement saying it had found the remains of a crashed flying saucer. It retracted it the next day, saying it had just been a weather balloon. But since then various witnesses came forward to say a UFO had been found and that even alien bodies were inside. According to police who scoured the area for debris, they found five triangle-shaped pieces of metal object, which were passed to the IAF. There are reports that villagers heard a deafening blast over a three-mile radius during the incident. Eyewitness Manoj Singh said: "The blast sound was heard five times and something fell down after an aircraft flew by". Police said similar blasts were heard at nearby Sinleejageer village, last year, also in January, and the IAF was still investigating that incident.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Via The Daily Beast: The ‘Kelly File’ host had a surprisingly genial sit-down with with the left-wing filmmaker in his first Fox News appearance in more than six years. The last time Michael Moore appeared on Fox News was in 2009. It was the week his documentary Capitalism: A Love Story came out in theaters, and the left-wing filmmaker sat down with Sean Hannity to look back at eight years of President George W. Bush and ahead to what would become eight years of President Barack Obama. On Tuesday night, more than six years later, Moore returned to Fox. But this time, it was to talk to Megyn Kelly, who has become the de facto queen of the conservative cable news channel. Her power is apparently so immense that she can single-handedly prevent Donald Trump from participating in the final GOP debate before the Iowa caucuses. She may not get the chance to question Trump on Thursday night, but Kelly and her liberal guest had plenty to talk about, from the water crisis in Moore’s hometown of Flint, Michigan, to his latest documentary, Where to Invade Next and, of course, the debate over which presidential candidate will succeed Obama next year. Yet once he came face-to-face with Kelly on air, they did manage to treat each other with some level of civility and mutual understanding. “I feel bad for you,” Moore said at the top of the segment, diving directly into the big story of day. “What’s he afraid of?” he asked of Trump. “I’m sitting here, I don’t feel any fear”. “I’m a pussycat”, Kelly agreed before trying to change the subject by bringing up Bernie Sanders. “You just didn’t deserve to be treated this way,” Moore said, ignoring her attempts. “You have done something that Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, [Marco] Rubio, [Ted] Cruz, none of them have been able to do, which is essentially to frighten him. Everybody’s tried to do this for months and you did it!” “This is why O’Reilly never had him back!” Kelly said, referring to a debate that Moore insisted he “won” with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly back in 2004. Kelly reminded Moore that he once called Hillary Clinton “disgusting” back in 2008 for her treatment of Obama on the campaign trail, but now he insisted, “I like Hillary”. The host also pushed Moore, who said he voted for Obama twice, to explain his criticism of the president in recent years. He said he wrote to Obama not long ago and said, “You’ve got to do some of the things we elected you to do, because it’s not going to be enough in the history books to say the big claim to fame is you were the first African-American president. That’s an important thing, but we need now to do some other things for us and before your term ends”. Moore said he wished he could have seen a single-payer health care system over Obamacare and wanted the promised closing of Guantanamo Bay to happen under Obama’s watch. The filmmaker’s criticism of Obama put Kelly in the odd position of defending the president. “He tried,” she said. “You’re tough”. “I’m very happy we've had him for these eight years, believe me, after what we had before,” Moore said, realizing the irony of the conversation he was having on Fox News. Asked if there is any candidate on the Republican side he could get behind, Moore said, “I would get behind all of them and push them somewhere”. “If you watch one of my films, you may not agree with me politically”, Moore added, but he told Fox viewers they will know that he loves this country and they will laugh at least half a dozen times, a fact Kelly could confirm based on the joking tone of their interview. As Kelly attempted to end the interview, Moore got out one more message, aimed at Kelly’s bosses Roger Ailes and Rupert Murdoch. “To get elected president in this country, you have to come on this network, you have to play ball with this network. Donald Trump today said, ‘I'm not playing ball with this network.’ That’s historic, and it will be interesting to see where the real power is”. “You’ve made this happen”, Moore told Kelly. “You caused a crisis upstairs here.” When Kelly pushed back, saying she did nothing more than ask Trump a question, Moore exclaimed, “You asked a great question, by the way! The war on women!” “Now you’re really ruining my rep, I’ve got to get out of here”, she said, laughing. “God bless you, Megyn Kelly”, Moore said before Kelly cut him off. The pair spent so much time talking politics that they didn’t make it to the water crisis in Flint. Earlier in the day, however, Moore stopped by The View, where he sounded off on that issue. He said he “absolutely” believes the crisis is racially charged, adding, “It happened there because the people there have no power”. “Anywhere where people are poor, who are of color, they generally don’t have lobbyists, they don’t have a lot of money”, he continued. “And this governor of our state, once he found out, once they all kind of knew something was wrong, even if they didn't know the specifics, they knew something was wrong. They kept allowing the people and the children especially to drink poison water. You understand, all the children of Flint have been exposed to lead poisoning, which causes irreversible brain damage”. “No matter how many bottles of water people sent, those kids are permanently damaged in the brain”, Moore added. If it were up to him, he said, Gov. Rick Snyder would be “arrested, absolutely, at least for manslaughter”.