Art is dangerous to authorities

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Art is dangerous to authorities

by Jon Rappoport

In 1891, Oscar Wilde wrote: “Art is individualism, and individualism is a disturbing and disintegrating force. There lies its immense value. For what it seeks is to disturb monotony of type, slavery of custom, tyranny of habit, and the reduction of man to the level of a machine.”

Authority wants limited perception.

It wants “things as they are” to rule the day.

It wants the fire of creative exploration to go out and turn to ashes.

Art is dangerous. It makes people move out of standard-response channels.

They don’t see what they’re supposed to see anymore.

That’s why colleges teach brain-deadening courses in art history. Every attempt is made to codify the students’ reactions.

I’m not just talking about political art. I mean ANYTHING that truly comes out of reliance on imagination.

Those who run things—and their willing dupes—want reality to look…

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Guide to paying a small fine and making billions

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Guide to paying a small fine and making billions

by Jon Rappoport

July 30, 2017

The key factor is: be a drug company.

In this case, Celgene. Their drugs are Thalomid and Revlimid. They are approved for multiple myeloma, one type of cancer.

Here’s the thing. Doctors can decide to prescribe drugs for uses which are not approved by the FDA, but the manufacturers can’t promote those “off-label” uses to doctors. That’s illegal.

A long-running suit against Celgene, launched by Beverly Brown, who used to be the company’s sales manager, contends that:

Celgene trained its sales team to promote off-label uses to doctors;

Celgene sales people intentionally lied about studies, claiming the studies showed the off-label uses were beneficial to patients;

And the company omitted vital warnings about the drugs’ uses from the drugs’ labels.

Back in 2014, the judge in the case, George King, slammed Celgene for trying to…

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The Power Is Love

The age-old battle for Man to figure out is, “Do I try to acquire power, or do I follow the path of love?”

A quick look through our past shows that a vast majority of people are in the business of getting power. The pitiful few that have sought love are the martyrs that we all are so familiar with. Even in our so-called “enlightened times” the occultists, the religions, the political systems — most everybody — is very interested in power.

Power is, as they say, intoxicating. It must be some really good shit, considering the millions of people murdered for the sake of power.

MIKE’S LAW: “The final lesson to be learned is love.”

Power is for the ego, or the “small self”. The ego has a need to have attention paid to it. The more attention paid to an ego, the greater its feelings of self-importance. The more self-importance an ego feels, the farther that ego places itself from others. This is the breeding ground for all kinds of atrocities.

When one seeks love over power, the ego shrinks. One starts to relate to others — to care. One starts to think about something other than the small self. This is a major step in one’s spiritual evolution.

Power is always held closely, lest you lose it, but to be had, one has to give love.

That’s the great thing about love. You can give away all you want, and you will never run out. The more love you give, the more you receive; and there is nothing more intoxicating than love.

That’s the power of love.

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Cleaning the Slate of all old Engrams

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Most people don’t realize it but we are not existing in the third dimension anymore. We have transcended to the fifth dimension. We did so without much fanfare or the need for a mass exodus by souls who aren’t able to handle the shift. They are being coddled in a way because they were allowed to bring their baggage from the lower states of consciousness with them until they are able to let go of it on their own. It is much kinder this way than to have it ripped away in a stringent upgrade.

There is evidence of the shift in consciousness in subtle ways; fear, war and power plays aren’t able to sweep people up as they once did. Sure we are being given a great show of posturing; but humans don’t have the stomach for war in the fifth dimension.

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What You Going To Do About US?

This world is, and has been controlled by insane pedophile satanists for a very long time. But their time is up. People are waking up much faster than they ever imagined.

The elite satanists are small in number, but we, the ones they want to eliminate are much larger in numbers. The only reason they still exist is because they have most of us living in fear, and dread through the media systems they control.

The best way to free yourself from these control mechanisms Is to turn them off. Limit your use cell phone use, turn off your TV. Don’t believe what the main stream media is spewing, and most of all reconnect with life, and the positive.

This can be done in many ways: Spend time in nature, meditation, yoga, contemplation, lucid dreaming, singing the HU.

The world seems insane, but it isn’t. The world is being run by insane people. The more we wake others up to this, and the faster we do this, the quicker we will enjoy the coming New Age.

May the blessings be

This song is almost 50 years old, but the last line shows what will happen when we all wake up.
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Mike’s Health Cocktail

Many people today are looking for ways to improve their overall health without the use of prescription drugs. Most prescription drugs have many side effects that may cause more problems than they help. Most prescription drugs do not really cure health problems as much as they just hide symptoms of poor health.

Most of the food we eat does not have the minerals and nutrients our bodies need to maintain proper health. The reason for this is over farming of the land, GMOs, and the use of glycosphate (Round-up).

I decided after much research to formulate a drink that is inexpensive, easy to make, and will basically provide the body with all of the trace minerals, and nutrients it needs to maintain optimum health. Mike’s Health Cocktail is all about PREVENTIVEmedicine.

This cocktail acts as an anti-fungal, and antibacterial. It will help prevent, and cure cancer. It will also help prevent the flu without the use of vaccines. It has natural probiotics so it will help keep you regular, prevent acid upset stomach, and will help keep your body pH alkaline.

Here is my personal cocktail that I take once a day, it is my breakfast.

Each item is linked to a site so you may investigate their health properties. (Go ahead, click on them).

2-3 tbs of Bragg’s Natural Apple Cider Vinegar.

1/2 tsp of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos.

1/2 tsp of ground turmeric.

1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon.

1/4 tsp of Puritan’s Pride Pure Vitamin C Crystals (5000 mg/tsp)

1/2 Tsp of cayenne powder.

1/2 Tsp ground ginger.

1/8 Tsp black pepper.

1/8 Tsp Himalayan Pink Sea Salt.

Put the Vitamin C crystals, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, sea salt, and cayenne in the bottom of a glass. Pour the apple cider vinegar, and the liquid aminos on top. Add a spritz of water (or as much water as you wish. You can even put in a little natural honey for taste), and stir vigorously.

In addition to this I also take supplements such as 2400 mg fish oil, 2400 mg of coconut oil, 5000 mg garlic oil and vitamins B,D, E, and graviola.

Use only an organic, unpasteurized, unfiltered, apple cider vinegar, NOT clear pasteurized vinegar. Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar is the best, and easiest to find (Available at Whole Foods, and most grocery stores).

If you are on prescription blood thinners, or other prescription drugs, consult your doctor first.

Try this cocktail for a couple of months, and I guarantee you will notice results. You will feel better, more energetic, lose weight, and help fight off cancer and other bacterial diseases.

Please feel free to share this recipe with your friends, and family.

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A Runners Manual For Beginners

Editor’s note: The author has been a runner for over 25 years, has run 5 marathons, and has basically run enough miles to circle the globe.

This article is for those of you who have been living a sedentary life, and want to get active. Maybe you are a couch potato and are worried about your health as you get older; maybe you work in an office and want to be more active. If you have been contemplating taking up running, or jogging, to get in shape, this article is for you.

There is an old saying “you have to walk before you can run”. This is very true for folks who want to start running for exercise; your first two weeks should be nothing but walking. You don’t need to walk with your arms flailing about like a power walker gone amok; you just need to walk with a purpose. Tighten your butt and your stomach muscles, and walk for one or two miles at a pace that pushes you, but doesn’t overexert you. Your leg muscles will experience some soreness the next day, but it should not be so bad as to keep you from wanting to walk again in a day or two.

After at least two weeks of walking, your legs should now be ready to handle light jogging. Start by jogging slowly over the same one or two mile course you have been walking the last couple of weeks. You should not be concerned with your speed or how fast you can run the course; the idea is to get cardiovascular exercise, not to try out for the Olympics. Try to find a pace that you can maintain for the whole course without stopping or over exerting yourself. You will notice that your speed will quickly increase over time as your body adjusts.

Now some tips that all runners should know and follow:

1) Do NOT run or jog on concrete surfaces, or sidewalks. Running is a high impact exercise, which means that every time your foot hits the ground it sends a jolt up your foot, leg, and hip. Concrete is very hard and has no give to it; it is preferable to run on asphalt. I always get weird looks from people when I tell them this, but it is true. If you take a hammer and strike concrete what happens? It will chip or shatter. If you hit asphalt with a hammer what happens? It goes “thunk”. That is because asphalt is much softer than concrete, especially on warm days. If you insist on running on concrete you may be looking at having a knee or hip replacement in a few years.

2) Run only with running shoes, not cross trainers. You don’t need one hundred dollar Air Nikes, but you should have a light weight running shoe. This will save you from developing very painful shin splints. When your shoes wear out replace them, or you will have the same problem.

3) If you run along the side of a road ALWAYS run facing traffic.

4) If you run at night always wear a reflective shirt or vest. Most running shoes have reflective strips on them, but that is not always enough to guarantee visibility.

5) Keep plenty of liniment handy. It will take months for your legs to get used to the pounding, and a good liniment (I prefer Flex-All 454) is invaluable.

6) Some runners like to stretch before running, but I never stretch. Most people do not know how to properly stretch, and will hurt themselves more by stretching than not. I prefer to have a half mile warm up walk before my run to get blood circulating and to loosen up joints and tendons. I also recommend a half mile cool down walk after my run to bring the heart rate back to normal in a gradual way. Locating your running course about a half mile from your home will help you accomplish both of these walks.

7) Bring a water bottle with you. I normally do not drink while running unless I am going long distances, but it sure is nice to have on your cool down walk home. I recommend that you throw a bottle of water in the freezer the night before, and stash it before your run, you will have ice cold water for your cool down walk.

8) Do not over exert yourself. If for any reason your heart rate is too high, or you become winded, start walking until your heart rate comes down to where you feel comfortable to run again.

Running is great exercise, and is also a lot of fun. Bring a radio with you or an i-pod if you wish, it can help you keep a pace and help take your mind off the exertion.

Have fun, and get in shape!

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