Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Arizona Signpost for Martial Law?

Since 2004 I have been having dreams about Martial Law in America. Many of these dreams have been coming true beginning in 2008. I am highly concerned about the years 2010-2011. According to unfilled dream patterns I have recorded, the U.S. will experience Civil War, Martial Law and a Foreign Invasion of Asian Armies.

Dream of Military Excercise and Martial Law
August 17, 2005

I had two dreams this week. One of martial law where traveling was limited and state to state border crossing was forbidden. We were wearing backpacks and leaving home. A little girl asked me for oil, I had two bottles. I thought to give her one, but wanted to save it so I gave her most of one bottle

The second dream was where the U.S. Military was conducting exercises where it impersonated enemy troops and attacked U.S. targets.

Could the current immigration battle in Arizona lead to bigger battles which include State Secessions, Civil War, and Martial Law?

Proposing the Dissolution of the Federal Government if Martial Law Occurs

Proposed Legislation Regarding Arizona Secession as a Result of Federally Imposed Martial Law: HCR 2034. No Word is this legislation was ever passed.

What we have seen is much rhetoric in regards to secession:

Palin and their Ties with the Secessionists Alaskan Independent Party "I Share Your Party's Vision to be a Self-Sufficient

Glenn Beck - 20 States Move to Declare Sovereignty

See Also:

Silent Weapons for a Quiet War

Mexico's war on the United States

The invasion plan

Mexico's "centralized socialism" having led to "widespread disparities in income" (to say nothing of the widespread chaos to which that ultimately leads), "It is therefore the goal of Mexican authorities to export to the United States the foot soldiers of potential revolution to preserve their society's culture of corruption and privilege," writes Mark Levin in his hot-off-the-shelves best-seller Liberty and Tyranny."

Ariz. Sens. McCain, Kyl call for Guard on border

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Beware of GMO Frankenfood!

To be honest with you, after reading all the information I could find on genetically modified food, I was speechless. Therefore, I will post the links that were shared with me for your persusal. Special thanks to GeorgeAnn Hughes of The Byte Show.

International bestselling author and filmmaker Jeffrey M. Smith is
the executive director of the Institute for Responsible Technology

His first book, Seeds of Deception: Exposing Industry and Government
Lies About the Safety of the Genetically Engineered Foods You're
Eating, is the world's bestselling and #1 rated book on GMOs.

His second, Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of
Genetically Engineered Foods, documents 65 health risks of the GM
foods Americans eat everyday.

Both are distributed by Chelsea Green

To help you choose healthier, non-GMO brands, use the Non-GMO
Shopping Guide.

Soy: Healthy or Harmful?

Friday, April 23, 2010

Blood Sacrifice & The Blood of Jesus

Is it possible that the communion ritual was added to the New Testament, and is in fact an ungodly act?

[Jn 6:53-56] Truly, Truly, I tell you, if you do not eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.54Anyone who does eat my flesh and drink my blood has eternal life, and I shall raise him up on the last day.55For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink.56Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood lives in me and I live in that person.

Why would Jesus lead his followers to symbollically eat flesh and drink blood?

Did the practice of blood drinking originate with the Nephilem and imposed on believers through Catholicism?

"The clergy regularly lead their congregations in the so-called "Holy Communion", known as the Eucharist. In fact, this unholy communion represents the symbolic re-enactment of the murder of Jesus, including the grotesque symbolic cannibalistic Anunnaki behaviour of eating the flesh of Jesus, and the vampiric Anunnaki practice of drinking his blood. Thus, the modern-day priests of the Christian clergy do indeed belong to the bloodthirsty tribe of Aaron." Amitakh Stanford

This is a critical question. For many not participating in the communion ritual is a damnable act. However, could failure to look critically at the ritual itself be equally as damnable?

What precedent outside of scripture do we as humans have for this symbolic act?

Much of what Jesus taught resonates with our spirit, and have a humanitarian precedent such as love, peace and selflessness. However this blood drinking ritual has no precedent that I know of outside of vampirism and satanism. Please comment. Thank you.

Reign of Babylon Announcement Dream

I dreamed that I heard a voice and it said on June 16th Babylon will openly announce its reign. I don't remember hearing what year. I have a strong premonition that this will happen.

What does this mean? The bible tells us that Babylon will fall. Many believe America to be the modern day Babylon with all the accompanying signs and symbols including the all seeing eye and the pyramid. I tend to hold to that belief also.

The New World Order is a global political/economic/religious system. Babylon is the empire with its base in the Empire State, New York City.

In the book of Revelation we learn that the Beast will reign for 42 months, which is 3.5 years. It appears clear in the scripture that Babylon will reign for 42 months and then fall before the end of the age and the return of Christ.

Could this empiracle power have a formal announcement of its godless reign and the end of America as we know it? I will be watching for something to happen this summer.

When Babylon Reigns in its full form, there will be a cashless society (the fall of the dollar), totalitarian monitoring of speech, thought and action (all seeing eye) and a global religion (worship of the beast, complete obedience to the government). Watch and pray.

Update 5/6/10

I have been seeing the symbol of a cross within a circle everywhere I go all of a sudden, beginning a couple of months ago. I have found some confirmations on what it could mean. I believe it is an astronomical symbol with great significance. Its religious significance is purely metaphoric.

The Crosses of Summer, 2010

"There are two powerfully transformative planetary alignments in the summer of 2010.
A T-Cross on July 30, in the fiery dog days, of six planets -- the Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto -- all forming a very "difficult" and "stressful" set of 90° squares and 180° oppositions in the cardinal signs of Aries, Libra and Capricorn.

A Grand Cross on August 6 of seven planets as Venus joins the alignment, and the Moon moves into Cancer.

In both the crosses, the planets link with each other in conjunction, or angle to each other in harmonious tension at opposition (180°) or sharply disharmonious tension in a square (90°). While the Moon always wants peace, and Venus is usually willing to conciliate in order to gain an advantage, the remaining planets are natural adversaries (Jupiter vs. his son Mars and his brother Pluto, Saturn vs. his father Uranus). And this time, under the terrific frictions of the moment, even the planets who are usually good at getting along with others (the Moon and Jupiter) can be stiff-minded and hard-hearted, and seem dead set on not being kind. In both crosses there is likely to be high tension, deep upset and plenty of conflict, possibly resulting in major political, social and religious change, even to the collapse of old institutions and the loud, difficult birth of new ones."

2012 Galactic Alignment

Snow in San Diego

SAN DIEGO - San Diego County will be buffeted by an unseasonably chilly spring storm again Thursday before drier, milder conditions return Friday, forecasters said.

By the time the unsettled weather moves east tonight, it will have dropped a quarter to three-quarters of an inch of rain in coastal and valley areas and up to 2 inches on west-facing slopes below the snow level, according to the National Weather Service.

By 7 a.m., the storm had already caused problems with the morning commute.

The California Highway Patrol received 74 crash reports between midnight and 7 a.m. In good weather, the agency typically get 50-75 crash reports in a 24-hour span.

All but six of Thursday's early morning crashes occurred between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m., according to the CHP.

The storm, which blew in late Tuesday, has been accompanied by temperatures 15-20 degrees below normal for this time of year.

Four to 8 inches of snow is likely at elevations of more than 4,000 feet, with drifts up to 10 inches possible on the highest peaks, according to the NWS.

The Mountain Empire Unified School District in Pine Valley closed schools Thursday because of slick, snowy road conditions.

That includes Campo Elementary, Pine Valley Elementary and Mountain Empire Senior High School.

Gray whale spotted in San Diego Bay

Deadly Airborne Fungus set to Spread

By Charles Q. Choi

updated 3:12 p.m. PT, Thurs., April 22, 2010
A deadly, airborne new strain of fungus has emerged in Oregon. It has killed nearly one out of four known affected people so far and might also attack animals ranging from dogs to dolphins. And it is likely to spread, researchers now warn.

The new strain known as VGIIc of the fungus Cryptococcus gattii not only targets humans but has also proven capable of infecting dogs, cats, alpacas, sheep and elk. Other strains have even infected porpoises.

Although it can spread to mammals, it does not jump from animal to animal. Instead, people and other animals get it from inhaling spores released by samples of the fungus that infect trees.

"It's in the environment, and we're exposed to the environment," researcher Edmond Byrnes III of Duke University Medical Center told LiveScience. "And the environmental range of this has been expanding."

Potential to spread
While scientists aren't sure how the highly infectious or virulent fungus emerged in Oregon, they caution the new strain now looks set to expand to California and other neighboring areas.

"This novel fungus is worrisome because it appears to be a threat to otherwise healthy people," Byrnes said. "Typically, we more often see this fungal disease associated with transplant recipients and HIV-infected patients, but that is not what we are seeing yet."

Symptoms can appear two or more months after exposure. Most people never develop symptoms, but those infected may have a cough lasting weeks, sharp chest pain, shortness of breath, headache related to meningitis, fever, nighttime sweats and weight loss. In animals the symptoms are a runny nose, breathing problems, nervous system problems and raised bumps under the skin.

Treatment requires months to years of antifungal medications, and even surgery to remove the large masses of the fungus known as cryptococcomas that can develop in the body. So far it cannot be prevented, as there is no vaccine.

Origin unknown
The fungus C. gattii was originally linked with eucalyptus trees in tropical and subtropical climates. It first caused an outbreak in temperate climes on Vancouver Island in 1999 that has now spread into Washington and Oregon, where it infects local trees. This earlier strain, VGIIa/major, has killed nearly 9 percent of 218 patients.

After comparing the genes of the new VGIIc strain from Oregon with others, researchers suggest the new strain most likely arose recently, parallel to the outbreak that began on Vancouver Island. So far it has killed five out of 21 patients analyzed in the United States, a nearly 25 percent mortality rate. Lab studies with immune cells and with live mice revealed it is extremely virulent — that is, it can cause severe disease.

Determining the exact origin of the VGIIc strain has proven difficult. Investigations so far have failed to find it in Oregon soil, water or trees. It may have arrived from abroad or originated locally, researchers said.

Because this fungus had been confined to the tropics until now, researcher Wenjun Li at Duke University speculated that environmental changes might be responsible for the evolution and emergence of these new strains.

"We are trying to put together the evolutionary story of where these types come from by closely studying the genetics of all samples possible," explained researcher Yonathan Lewit at Duke University Medical Center.

It remains uncertain why VGIIc and VGIIa/major are more virulent than other strains. One possibility, given how this fungus can reproduce sexually, new hypervirulent combinations of genes emerged due to sex. The researchers also noted that cell components known as mitochondria in these strains could adopt a distinctive tube shape. Since mitochondria help generate energy in cells, it is possible these strains are more energetic, "but that's just speculation right now," Byrnes said.

When it comes to a public response to outbreaks of these strains, "public health officials in that area have formed a working group with state epidemiologists from all those states in the Pacific Northwest," Byrnes noted. "It's important that public awareness expand on this."

The scientists detailed their findings online April 22 in the journal PLoS Pathogens.

Monday, April 5, 2010


LOS ANGELES – Damage reports from the U.S.-Mexico border region are growing after a magnitude-7.2 earthquake in Baja California that was felt from Tijuana and Los Angeles to Las Vegas and Phoenix.

The quake struck south of Mexicali, Mexico, at 3:40 p.m. Sunday, but damage also was being reported north of the border.

Calexico Fire Chief Peter Mercado tells KABC-TV in Los Angeles that there is substantial damage in the older section of the southeastern California city. Mercado says there is structural damage and broken windows, leaking gas lines and damage to the water system. But he says no injuries have been reported.

Across the border, a parking structure at the Mexicali city hall has collapsed. Mexicali is a bustling commerce center where trucks carrying goods cross into California.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A powerful earthquake in Baja California rocked the U.S.-Mexico border region Sunday, collapsing a parking structure south of the border and causing power outages in both countries as it sent out seismic waves felt from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and Arizona.

The 7.2-magnitude quake struck at 3:40 p.m. about 19 miles southeast of Mexicali, a bustling commerce center on the Mexican side of the border where trucks carrying goods cross into California. More than 900,000 people live in the greater Mexicali area.

It was the largest earthquake in the region in nearly 18 years and was followed by aftershocks or distant "triggered" earthquakes on both sides of the border, said U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones.

A multistory parking structure collapsed at the Mexicali city hall but no one was injured, said Baja California state Civil Protection Director Alfredo Escobedo.

Other early reports indicated only minor damage, but communication in the region more than 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles is often slow.

"I grabbed my children and said, 'Let's go outside, hurry, hurry!'" said Elizabeth Alvarez, 54, who said the quake hit as she was getting ready to leave her house with her children in an eastern Tijuana neighborhood, across the border from San Diego.

Hundreds of people fled Tijuana's beach fearing a tsunami, said Capt. Juan Manuel Hernandez, chief of aquatic rescue at the Tijuana fire department. Tsunami experts quickly reported that no tsunami was expected along the West Coast, and Hernandez said the beach filled back up with people within an hour.

Tijuana Fire Chief Rafael Carillo said firefighters were rescuing people trapped in an elevator at the Ticuan Hotel in downtown Tijuana, but mostly were responding to reports of fallen cables and minor damage to buildings.

The Crowne Plaza hotel in Mexicali had minor damage — burst pipes and broken windows — but no on was hurt, said receptionist Juan Carlos Fernandez.

"There was a little bit of panic," Fernandez said. "Wait, it's trembling again."

Guests fled their rooms at the Hotel Playa Club in San Felipe, on the Gulf of California, but there was no damage, said receptionist Araceli Marquez.

Seismologists said there have been many earthquakes in the region including many in the magnitude-3.0 range before Sunday's big shock.

"The last time we had an earthquake this large in either Baja or California was in 1992 with the Landers Earthquake, which was 7.3," Jones said.

The USGS reported three strong aftershocks within the hour, including a magnitude-5.1 jolt in the Imperial County desert east of San Diego. Magnitude-4.5 and magnitude-4.3 aftershocks were also reported. Another occurred off Malibu.

The 7.2-magnitude quake was felt as far north as Santa Barbara, USGS seismologist Susan Potter said. It was one of the strongest to hit California in recent history. Only one has been stronger — a 7.3 quake that hit Landers, Calif., and left three dead in 1992 — and there were at least two other 7.2-magnitude quakes in the last 20 years.

Seismologists also said a number of small quakes were triggered in a geothermal area in Northern California.

More than 5,000 Southern California Edison customers were affected, mostly with about 30 seconds of flickering lights. Several hundred had longer outages.

In Arizona, 3,369 customers in the Yuma area had a "relatively momentary outage" from the quake, Arizona Public Service Company spokesman Don Wool said.

Only about 70 people were still without service in the rural Gadsden and Summerton areas. But Wool said he expected electricity to be restored there in about two hours.

Clint Norred, a spokesman for the Yuma, Ariz., Police Department, said the quake was very strong there but he'd heard no reports of injuries or major damage.

In the Phoenix area, Jacqueline Land said her king-sized bed in her second-floor apartment felt like a boat gently swaying on the ocean.

"I thought to myself, 'That can't be an earthquake. I'm in Arizona,'" the Northern California native said.


Associated Press Writers Mariana Jimenez in Tijuana, Mexico, Andrew Dalton and John Antczak in Los Angeles, John S. Marshall in San Francisco, and Matt Reed and Katie Oyan in Phoenix contributed to this report.

Living in Squalor Dream

This morning I had another dream of the current series, living in squalor, being homeless, begging for food or simply dirt poor.

I have never had a series of dreams, like the ones I am having now, dealing with the economy. Although I have had revelations over the years to confirm economic collapse, the burst of the housing bubble and the astronomical rise in the cost of oil; These dreams are unique in that they deal with the reality of poverty for American Citizens.

My dream was simply that I had built a shelter for myself in a wilderness area, it was very shabby, but not bad. I had used raw materials such as wood and metal and it was probably just big enough for three people to stand in. It had a double gate made onto it that I could open and close.

Poverty is coming to America, like we have not seen since the Great Depression, but people survived. We will survive, if we take heed to the warnings and prepare ourselves now. Store food, water and emergency supplies. Get the free FEMA handbook on Preparing for Disaster. Blessings to you.

Sunday, April 4, 2010


The first mechanical or wind-up toys were made back in Grecian times - but the art was revived by watch makers and clock makers during the 1400s. Early in the 1500s,[1] a German clockmaker named Claus made a box for a local prince whose son was about to celebrate his fifth birthday. A simple wooden box with metal edges and a handle, and with a turn of the crank produced a simple tune and out popped a 'Jack,' a Devil, a comical version with a leering smile. Other nobles took note of the child's toy and the idea spread. Technology by the 1700s meant that it was a 'common toy' or novelty often in use for all ages. It was around this time that the image of a devil in a box became cartoon fodder for rogue politicians and other public figures held to ridicule. Source: Wikipedia

Courtesy of Mr. Marcus Mays