The Northern Lights take on the form of the legendary bird over Iceland

This is awesome and I must reshare this article from Native American News.  In Gratitude.  There are several photographs included.

”  These incredible photographs of the aurora borealis captured the moment the lights formed the outline of a phoenix – the giant fire-eating bird common in many ancient mythologies.

With outstretched wings and a striking bird-shaped profile, the image – captured by photographer Hallgrimur P Helgason – wowed stargazers in Kaldarsel.

Mr Helgason, 64, said that the bird showed up in the night sky an hour after he got there and started snapping.

He said: ‘It’s really a thrill shooting the aurora, especially when they are so playful like they were that night. I have to admit that I always get an adrenalin kick when the lights burst out like that – that particular shot was the top one of the night.’

He uses a camera and tripod to photograph the lights, and advises snapping in the dark away from city light pollution and never using a flash.

He said the Northern Lights were mainly showing in green and yellow colours when he was shooting that night but also sported red and blue, suggesting the aurora was strong.  The Northern Lights feature prominently in Norse mythology. One legend suggests that the lights were reflections or glow from the shields and armour of the Valkyrie, female warriors who would choose who may die in battle and who may live to fight another day. Dying in battle seemed to occupy Norse mythology quite a bit and the Aurora was also believed to be “Bifrost Bridge”, a glowing and pulsating arch which led those fallen in battle to the warriors final resting place in Valhalla.

Saami indigenous people believe these lights are their ancestors visiting them. The Salteaus Indians of eastern Canada and the Kwakiutl and Tlingit of Southeastern Alaska interpreted the northern lights as the dancing of human spirits. The Inuits who lived on the lower Yukon River believed that the aurora was the dance of animal spirits, especially those of deer, wolf, seals, salmon and beluga. In Finland, a mystical fox was thought to have created the aurora, its bushy tail spraying snow and throwing sparks into the sky.  ”


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What is McDonalds Business Goal?

Yes,  we had a hurricane , named Irma come over the entire State of Florida and many of us lost our power for two days or more,  but I feel this McDonalds served me BAD food ~   I am disappointed and will be letting the manager of the Walmart Store on Normandy Blvd, in Jacksonville know that they have one of the worse McDonald’s in the entire system, and I will let McDonald’s headquarters, know, as well and also the McDonalds headquarters, in Canada too. Numerous times they have served me sub-standard food. Yesterday, was the worse. I got a full breakfast with an iced coffee. The hashbrowns were slung on top by the “cook” they were cold. I ate only half the eggs, sausage and biscuit. Then as I walked to the back of the store, I had the horrible urge to have a bowel movement. I did not make it to the restroom on time and once I was able I left my cart with just a few items in it at the customer service pick up where the restroom I used was located~~ I let the associates know my situation.

Wow !
Quote begin, ” in 1953. Businessman Ray Kroc joined the company as a franchise agent in 1955 and subsequently purchased the chain from the McDonald brothers. Based in Oak Brook, Illinois, McDonald’s confirmed plans to move its global headquarters to Chicago by early 2018.[3][4] ” End Quote

Quote begin,  ”  Raymond Albert “Ray” Kroc (October 5, 1902 – January 14, 1984) was an American businessman.[4][5] He joined then Californian chain McDonald’s in 1954 and built it into a nationwide and eventually global franchise, making it the most successful fast food corporation in the world. Controversially, Kroc would present himself as the founder of McDonald’s during his later life.[6] ”  End Quote

Quote, ” CEO Steve Easterbrook said McDelivery has attracted young customers, a group that traditionally has been difficult for the burger chain to entice into its stores, according to the Chicago Tribune. The average delivery time is around half an hour.
Already, the number of U.S. McDonald’s offering delivery reportedly more than doubled in less than a month.
U.S. cities with McDelivery now include Atlanta, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver, Fresno, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego, Seattle, Tampa and Washington, D.C. ” Quote End…/walmart-mcdonalds…/

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Information from 2012 , in Gratitude

As I was scrolling through some posts I have from 2012,  I was delighted to see this and am sharing in deep Gratitude,  NAMASTE’ ~~ Dr. Steven Greer ~~~

Dr. Steven M. Greer – Sirius Documentary Trailer (UFOs = Galactic Federation of Light) – 2013  ~~~
  And as of today,  august 19th, 2017   1,520,934 views on u tube

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We the people need to stand together on this…….and share this with every one around the world:) love and peace! Together

Published on Jul 28, 2012

UPDATE NEWS 18TH APRIL 2013 – They planned all the explosions up to the Sirius documentary to divert the public attention to the ground breaking worldwide event on the truth. It’s decoy illuminati diversion of minds of world. U can say every explosion going off around the world the illuminati are angry about the film and are reacting, Sirius Documentary – 2013 Theatrical Trailer (WORLDWIDE PREMIERING 22 APRIL 2013) – MassLandings (

UPDATE NEWS 6th August 2012: Black OP agents targeting Dr Steven Greer close colleagues to deter the movie “Sirius: The Next Bold Step in Disclosure” from being produced !
Dr Steven Greer Tweet 6th August 2012: Sirius filmmaker Arm Kaleka’s father shot at Sikh Temple. He is on scene now. Please pray for his family. Dr. Greer

Who occupies these UFOs that are in our skies and around our planet and surrounded our whole solar system, it’s Galactic Federation of Light and Massive Force of Light the Ashtar Galactic Command, who Illuminati global elites don’t want you to know! They want you to think they are what you watch in Hollywood Blockbuster movies, such as the Evil ones which are portrayed in all of them, but in truth its to divert your minds to the actual real truth, which is they are of the Light not the Dark and are here to take down the Illuminati covertly in real time, to usher in Ascension for Humanity!, Bringing in Disclosure, Mass Landings then actual First Contact. ! Welcome them… Disclosure means Freedom for Humanity from this corrupted enslavement we are in that the Illuminati has placed us in. Everything is happening behind the scenes. Dr Steven M Greer is working with E.T.s who are of the Ashtar Galactic Command and Galactic Federation of Light, he has a special role to play not to represent the name of the organization like Sheldan Nidle does, but to inform and train people to make peaceful contact and put together the Disclosure for Earth! He is protected by powerful beings of light!

Support Sirius the Documentary Movie! It’s what the unawakened people need to understand whats happening, since Illuminati are trying to confuse peoples minds with disinformation and propaganda. They use Hollywood as a shield !

Love & Light

Dr. Steven Greer, founder of the worldwide Disclosure Movement and the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence is working with Emmy award winning filmmaker Amardeep Kaleka and his team at Neverending Light Productions to produce one of the most significant films of our time.

This film exposes the greatest story never told: The Earth has been visited by people from other worlds who are not malicious, but in fact concerned for the future of humanity. A cabal of military, industrial and financial interests have kept this contact and what we have learned from it secret for over 60 years. Their secrecy is meant to suppress the knowledge that can liberate the world from the yoke of oil, gas, coal and nuclear power and replace the current world order with one of New Energy and true Freedom.

STRUCTURE OF THE FILM I. The first section of the film will share the vast scope of evidence that ET’s exist, from official government documents, high-level witness testimony and audio and visual evidence. Disclosure and CSETI have the largest library of never before seen footage gathered over 20 years of study. II. Next, we interview a group of brilliant scientists who aim to expose long-held secret technologies. They show us how energy can be derived from the fabric of space around us, and how industrial cartels have suppressed this information. What did Nicola Tesla know, and why did the FBI seize his papers upon his death? Man-made anti-gravity vehicles have been in use for over half a century, some even used to perpetuate the ET abduction hoax in order to control the masses. Now is the time for these technologies to be acknowledged and developed for peaceful energy purposes. III. In the final section, we explore CONTACT: the CE-5 principles and how to build a bridge to a trans-dimensional universe. We will also share how the average person can make contact with people from other worlds. They are only a thought away…

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Twentynine Palms: A True Story of Murder, Marines, and the Mojave.

From her website~~  Quote begins of a review ,      ” It’s been said that the history of this nation was written from the back of a horse. But not until now–with Deanne Stillman’s “Mustang” –has that history come to epic life. At once an important, comprehensive study and a spellbinding read, “Mustang” is ultimately a hymn to our homeland. Deanne Stillman makes a compelling case for the preservation of wild horses.

— John Fusco, screenwriter “Thunderheart,” “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron,” and “Hidalgo. ”  End Quote

”  Henry Paddy Shearman

Thank you Liz Gilbert
Deanne Stillman I want to introduce your work to a few people here and let you know that Henry Paddy Shearman is coming from England and may be right here . His dream? To look a wild horse in the eye. He is dedicated to working with horses in equine therapy for those suffering from PTSI , suicidal thoughts, including Veterans and INdigenous Youth and all suffering from trauma of abuse. You are in Riverside? Raising funds to bring him first to the Lakota people in South Dakota. (Called The White Horse Project. The White Horse chalk geoglyph in Uffington,UK…ancient giant horse earthwork) . The other thing Henry has dedicated himself to, coming out of Standing Rock, is to learn the Lakota traditional ways and language and to live in a traditional manner. I know you are working on a book on Sitting Bull. I am back out in California in Yucca Valley for medical treatment and,of course , right back into the darkness out here, as it swirls around like a dust devil threatening to never release you from its grip. There is something connective going on here, because I think you are an extraordinary writer and we need your input on this journey,

The Saga of the Wild Horse in the American West
“For a long time, the American desert has been my beat and my passion. The reasons are many, but really, there is only one. In the desert, the chatter of city life fades away and my own thoughts vanish; I get quiet and I hear things. The beating of wings. The scratching of lizard. The crack of tortoise egg. The whisper of stories that want to be told.

“In 1991, I walked into a bar on Highway 62, the desert two-lane that stretches from Interstate 10 in California eastward into the far Mojave. I had just finished a hike in Joshua Tree National Park. It was twilight. Thunderclouds were rolling in and the perfume of creosote was in the air. Inside the Josh Lounge, people sat at the bar, guarding their pitchers of beer, talking of sports, the weather, local news. After awhile, I heard the first few notes of a dark desert tale. Two girls had been ‘sliced up’ by a Marine, someone said; probably they deserved it. ‘Who were they?’ I asked. ‘Just some trash,’ came the reply. A frequent visitor to the area, I knew there was more to the story, and I vowed to tell it. A decade later, it became my book, Twentynine Palms: A True Story of Murder, Marines, and the Mojave.

“But before I was finished, another terrible tale was unfolding and I couldn’t shake off its call. A few days after Christmas in 1998, I was waiting to meet with a source in another desert bar. I picked up the local paper and read that six wild horses had been gunned down in the mountains outside Reno. The next day, the body count had grown to twenty, and by the end of December, while people gathered to ring in the New Year at parties across the land, thirty-four dead mustangs had been found in the scrubby mountains of the Virginia Range. A few days later, three men were arrested. Two of them were Marines and one of them was stationed at Twentynine Palms.

“I was surprised – and then I wasn’t. I knew that a number of grisly crimes had emanated from the military base hidden away in that remote desert town. Now, the victims were wild horses and their story also spoke of our history, our heritage, and our land. But what exactly was their story? I wondered as the Reno incident began to take over my life. Why would someone go out and kill the animals that had blazed our trails, fought our wars, served as our most loyal partner? As I began looking into the story, I soon realized that what happened to the wild horses in Reno was about much more than that particular event. It went right to the heart of who we are as Americans.

“With all due respect to our official icon, the eagle, he of the broad wing-span and the ability to see across great distances, of patience born of the ages and majestic flight, it is really the wild horse, the four-legged with the flying mane and tail, the beautiful, big-hearted steed who loves freedom so much that when captured he dies of a broken heart, the ever-defiant mustang that is our true representative, coursing through our blood as it carries the eternal message of America. Many have read Moby Dick, but few – including me, until I began my wild horse research – remember that in his tribute to that which man should not possess, Melville devoted a passage to the other great white, the one that ranged the Great Plains:

“Most famous in our Western annals and Indian traditions, is that of the White Steed of the Prairies; a magnificent milk-white charger, large-eyed, small-headed, bluff-chested, and with the dignity of a thousand monarchs in his lofty, over-scorning carriage. He was the elected Xerxes of vast herds of wild horses, whose pastures in those days were only fenced by the Rocky Mountains and the Alleghenies… The flashing cascade of his mane, the curving comet of his tail, invested him with housings more resplendent than gold-and silver-beaters could have furnished him.’

“To see this killing for what it was, I realized, I needed to learn the story of the wild horse before the Reno massacre – the facts of its life along the trail, at war, at play, in our literature and lore, how it got here and where it came from. It was a large and at times daunting endeavor but one that I felt compelled to undertake: quite simply, the horse deserved its own account, and no such thing existed – at least not in the way I wanted to tell it, by traveling with the horse across space and time, right through the entire American saga.” [top]

Her u tube channel ~~

  ”  View scenes from Deanne Stillman’s books, including Desert Reckoning: A Town Sheriff, a Mojave Hermit, and the Biggest Manhunt in Modern California History (based on a Rolling Stone piece and winner of the 2013 Spur Award for best western nonfiction contemporary), Mustang: The Saga of the Wild Horse in the American West (winner of the California Book Award silver medal for nonfiction, an LA Times “best book 08” and under option for a film starring Wendie Malick), and Twentynine Palms: A True Story of Murder, Marines, and the Mojave (an LA Times “best book 01”; Hunter Thompson called it “A strange and brilliant story by an important American writer”; just re-issued as an e-book).”

I have not visited the Joshua Tree National Park~~ Family members who have been there, state is a very spiritual place.  I have been to the Morongo Indian Reservation ~~ which was a VERY spiritual experience for me.
”  Set at the foot of the beautiful San Gorgonio and San Jacinto Mountains, the Morongo Indian Reservation spans more than 35,000 acres and overlooks the vistas of the Banning Pass. ”

”  The Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, also known as 29 Palms, is a United States Marine Corps base., established in 1949  ”


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A startup called Ambrosia will fill your veins with the blood of young people

Rewriting Life

Questionable “Young Blood” Transfusions Offered in U.S. as Anti-Aging Remedy

A startup called Ambrosia will fill your veins with the blood of young people and empty your pockets of $8,000.


Just off a winding highway along the Pacific coast in Monterey, California, is a private clinic where people can pay $8,000 to have their veins pumped with blood plasma from teenagers and young adults.

Jesse Karmazin is the entrepreneur who made the practice possible, by launching a clinical trial on the potential of “young blood” through his startup Ambrosia. He says that within a month, most participants “see improvements” from the one-time infusion of a two-liter bagful of plasma, which is blood with the blood cells removed.

Several scientists and clinicians say Karmazin’s trial is so poorly designed it cannot hope to provide evidence about the effects of the transfusions. And some say the pay-to-participate study, with the potential to collect up to $4.8 million from as many as 600 participants, amounts to a scam.

What’s certain is that it’s based on some intriguing if inconclusive science. Karmazin, a 32-year-old Princeton graduate and competitive rower, says he was inspired by studies on mice that researchers had sewn together, with their veins conjoined, in a procedure called parabiosis.

Over the last decade or so, such studies have offered provocative clues that certain hallmarks of aging can be reversed or accelerated when old mice get blood from young ones. Yet these studies have come to conflicting conclusions. An influential 2013 paper in Cell showed that a particular component in young blood, GDF11, increased muscle strength, for example, but other researchers could not replicate the finding.
Further, parabiosis experiments offer little insight into how Ambrosia’s one-time transfusions will affect people. “In our study, circulation between the young and old mouse was maintained for nearly four weeks,” says Amy Wagers, a professor of regenerative biology at Harvard University and an author on the Cell report.

Alzheimer’s study

Despite such uncertainties, the potential of young blood to treat disease is being explored in a number of clinical trials. One test sponsored by the University of California, San Francisco, is examining the effects of transfusions in patients with a degenerative disorder called progressive supranuclear palsy. A study under way in China investigates whether young plasma alleviates the neurologic deficits induced by acute stroke.

In 2014, Stanford University neuroscientist Tony Wyss-Coray demonstrated that old mice had increased neuron growth and improved memory after about 10 infusions of blood from young mice. That prompted Wyss-Coray to launch a small company, Alkahest, based in Menlo Park, California, to test transfusions of plasma from young people in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

Alkahest’s clinical study is more conventional than Ambrosia’s: it does not charge participants, it expects to enroll only 18 volunteers, and it is initially looking at how well the elderly can tolerate small doses of plasma. Wyss-Coray says the company’s initial funding was provided by a billionaire in Hong Kong who felt that a plasma transfusion had helped his grandfather combat Alzheimer’s. In March 2015, the plasma company Grifols invested $37.5 million in the startup.

Like several other researchers and bioethicists, Wyss-Coray worries about the fact that Ambrosia’s trial is funded by participants rather than investors. “People want to believe that young blood restores youth, even though we don’t have evidence that it works in humans and we don’t understand the mechanism of how mice look younger,” Wyss-Coray says. “I think people are just attracted to it because of vampire stories.” He mentions a Hungarian tale of a wealthy woman who bathed in the blood of virgins to retain her youth.

Unnecessary risk

Karmazin shares none of this hesitancy. “I think the animal and retrospective data is compelling, and I want this treatment to be available to people,” he says. He named his startup Ambrosia after the food of the immortal gods in Greek myth.

With an MD but no license to practice medicine, Karmazin is conducting the trial with David C. Wright, a 66-year-old physician with a private intravenous-therapy center in Monterey. Wright offers “alternative” IV infusions of antibiotics, vitamins, and other treatments; they’re popular among people suffering from conditions with nebulous symptoms, such as chronic fatigue syndrome or “chronic” Lyme disease. In January 2015, he was disciplined by the California Medical Board for administering antibiotic infusions to a patient who didn’t need them and ended up in an emergency room. Wright did not respond to phone calls from MIT Technology Review. 

As of December 15, Karmazin says, Wright had infused 25 people with young blood. Karmazin claims his participants are seeing miraculous results; a patient with chronic fatigue syndrome, for example, “feels healthy for the first time” and “looks younger.” Such anecdotes could help market the study, but they’re no proof the plasma infusions work, and would-be patients shouldn’t believe them.

“There are a lot of patient-funded trials run by companies that use the trials as a way to sell products that wouldn’t be marketable because they’d have to be regulated by the FDA,” says Jonathan Kimmelman, a bioethicist at McGill University in Montreal.

The formal goal of the Ambrosia study is to measure the effect of young plasma on about 100 biomarkers. Before the infusion, and one month after, all participants have their blood analyzed for biomarkers that include everything from hemoglobin to leptin. But Irina Conboy, a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, thinks the biomarker results will be meaningless: for one thing, the study lacks a control arm with patients who don’t get plasma.

Blood biomarkers, she says, change for many reasons. “If you eat a meal, leptin changes,” she says. She’s also wary of Alkhest’s study on Alzheimer’s patients. Last year, she and colleagues found that older mice whose blood was partially replaced with younger blood saw few benefits. “Both studies are hurt by the same problem, and the problem is that there is no evidence to suggest that an infusion of plasma from young to old animals reverses aging,” she says. Conboy says despite that, many people are willing to avail themselves of questionable anti-aging remedies. “You’ll see them at some meetings—people in the audience who open satchels of strange food,” she says. “That is the group that Ambrosia is preying upon.”

Ambrosia says it will enroll almost anyone over 35, and the fees of $8,000 per person could add up. But Karmazin rejects the idea he is out to generate profits. He says that money is needed to cover the cost of clinical procedures, laboratory tests, and the plasma. Publicly available prices suggest that two liters of plasma could cost roughly $1,000, and a single run-down of biomarkers another $3,000 or so. He adds that because patients are paying it wouldn’t be fair to give anyone a placebo.

Risk is the ultimate question when it comes to the ethics of Ambrosia’s trial. Although blood transfusions are considered safe for people who need them to survive, side effects can include hives, lung injury, or even deadly infections. Dobri Kiprov, chief of the immunotherapy division at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, says he has met several people who express interest in Ambrosia’s tri~

”  biotech researchers are now dreaming up a growing list of cribbed-from-science-fiction therapies to beat back death: growing new organs from your own DNA, infusing older bodies with blood and stem cells from young bodies, uploading brains to computers.  “

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Just How Deep Is This Sleep ! ? !

Neil Young + Promise of the Real – Children of Destiny (Official Music Video)
Recorded on a Full Moon 😉

Published on Jun 30, 2017

Official Music Video for Neil Young + Promise of the Real “Children of Destiny.” Get the song now at

“Children of Destiny” was recorded and mixed at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA, and produced by The Volume Dealers: Neil Young and Niko Bolas. Young, along with Promise Of The Real, and a 56 piece orchestra – 62 musicians in all – played together on the final piece. Al Schmitt recorded and mixed, while strings were arranged, orchestrated, conducted and co-produced by Chris Walden. ”

With so many things on my Heart this morning I woke up thinking about Roseanne Barr and Donald Trump , when years ago, she had a problem with her heart and Donald went to see her in the hospital~ because I wanted to quote what she said to him as he stood in the doorway~~ it was something about if you came to finish me off, that is NOT happening ! I have not found it yet, but I did not even know she ran for President as a candidate against Jill Stein , Green Party~~ there is even a film !  😉
Published on Jun 16, 2016
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Opening in theaters and VOD July 1st
Directed by: Eric Weinrib
Starring: Roseanne Barr, Michael Moore, & Rosie O’Donnell

Follow comedy legend Roseanne Barr as she embarks on a wild, hilarious, and impassioned campaign for the highest office in the land. It’s 2012 and Barr, fed up with corporate influence in politics, takes matters into her own hands when she launches a third party presidential bid founded on grassroots activism. Hitting the campaign trail, the sarcastic, opinionated, and outspoken Barr makes for a candidate unlike any other as she brings her message to the people. Featuring appearances from Michael Moore, Sandra Bernhard, Rosie O’Donnell, and others close to Barr, Roseanne for President! is both a rousing David vs. Goliath tale and a revealing portrait of a cultural icon.

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Roseanne Barr: I Was the First Person to Tell Trump to Run for President

The 2012 Green Party presidential candidate and subject of the doc Roseanne for President! dishes to Jen Yamato about Trump, Hillary, and our corrupt two-party system.

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Puyallup Tribes Treaty Right to Fish Threatened by Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Plant

Source: Puyallup Tribes Treaty Right to Fish Threatened by Proposed Liquefied Natural Gas Plant

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