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Saturday, September 27, 2014

LEAVING THE BODY (NDE) Near Death Experiences

UNEXPLAINED Leaving Their Bodies; or near death experiences, NDE;

 These People Saw Things Later Verified The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In Beyond Science as in Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true?

Richard Syrett welcomed Epoch Times reporter Tara MacIssac, who discussed the IANDS 2014 conference in California (on near-death experiences) and why she has come away believing that NDEs are not only real but prove 'the light' is waiting for us all (related article). Open Lines in this radio show followed in the latter half of the program which were very interesting.
.........................NDE experiences:
Pam Reynolds was 35 years old when she went under the knife in an unusual, daring brain surgery. She had a near-death experience (NDE) in which she heard surgeons talking and observed the procedure, though all sensory perception should have been null at the time and her brain activity had ceased. What she saw and heard was later verified by checking the surgeon reports. This 1991 case provides one of the strongest pieces of verifiable, well-documented, evidence for the existence of NDEs as a phenomenon outside of the brain. It suggests the feelings NDEers report of being separate from the body are accurate and not merely hallucinations conjured within a malfunctioning brain. Though her case is one of the strongest, Reynolds isn't the only one to have reported seeing things outside of the body that were later verified. These are known as veridical perception cases.

Sam Parnia, M.D., Ph.D., is working on a study to continually and methodically gather NDE data and identify such cases. Parnia is a critical care physician and director of resuscitation research at Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York. He is leading the AWARE project in hospitals around the world. In participating hospitals, patients who are revived after cardiac arrest and whose brains had stopped functioning, with their bodies clinically dead, are asked to report what they felt, heard, and saw, if anything. Independent markers are also set up.
If the person leaves his or her body and happens to see these markers, tucked away in places out of ordinary sight, it points to a genuine out-of-body experience. Jan Holden, a counseling professor at the University of North Texas and long-time NDE researcher, noted however, some shortcomings in such studies. Out of five studies in which visual targets were established, not a single successful case was reported. It may have to do with the nature of the targets, she said. What they [NDEers] focus on has more to do with things that are of emotional and spiritual significance than like a square of blue in a corner with a triangle and a number on it.
Holden said at the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) 2014 Conference in Newport Beach, Calif., on Aug. 29. Another challenge faced by these studies is that these markers can be seen by someone standing on a ladder. Thus, one could argue that the person may have however unlikely heard about or seen the markers through normal sense perception.
Having studied dozens of veridical perception cases herself, Holden said in an email that Reynolds's experience is what considered the most evidential. She sent Epoch Times a 116-page document outlining, with direct quotes from the NDEers, the cases she studied to inform the chapter on veridical perception she wrote in the Handbook of Near-Death Experiences. Holden has found that 92 percent of apparent veridical perception cases are accurate, 6 percent have some errors, and only one in 93 cases are completely inaccurate. Here is a closer look at the Reynolds case and a case from Holden's studies. A Closer Look at the Reynolds Case Dr. Robert Spetzler, director of the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Ariz., performed the unique procedure on Reynolds to treat a brain aneurysm.
Reynolds was put into hypothermic cardiac arrest; her body temperature was lowered, her heartbeat and breathing stopped, her brainwaves flattened, and the blood was drained from her head. In everyday terms she would be dead. But in the hands of skilled physicians she was not. Or was she? asked Michael Sabom in his book-Light and Death: One Doctor's Fascinating Account of Near-Death Experiences.
Reynolds recalled clearly what happened after the anesthesia was administered and the procedure began: The next thing I recall was the sound: It was a natural D. As I listened to the sound, I felt it was pulling me out of the top of my head. The further out of my body I got, the more clear the tone became. I had the impression it was like a road, a frequency that you go on. I remember seeing several things in the operating room when I was looking down. It was the most aware that I think that I have ever been in my life.? An example of something she observed that was later verified was the comment she heard one of the surgeons make.
She heard the surgeon say her arteries were very small and she identified which surgeon it was. In her operative report, this surgeon wrote that she had discussed the small size of Reynolds's artery, and the time matched up in relation to the timeline of Reynoldsâ's memories. Could she have heard it through ordinary means? At the beginning of the procedure, molded ear speakers were placed in each ear as a test for auditory and brain-stem reflexes. These speakers occlude the ear canals and altogether eliminate the possibility of physical hearing,? wrote Sabom. Reynolds eyes were lubricated and taped shut. Brainwave activity was continuously monitored and events such as a temporal lobe seizure which is sometimes hypothesized as a brain-based cause of an NDE”was extremely unlikely? reported Dr. Spetzler.
Maria Sees a Tennis Shoe One of the cases Holden reviewed was that of Maria, a migrant worker who was visiting friends in Seattle when she had a severe heart attack. Maria's story was told by Bruce Greyson and Charles P. Flynn in The Near-Death Experience: Problems, Prospects, Perspectives.? During her NDE, Maria reported having left her body and having observed the area outside of her hospital room. She saw an object on the third floor ledge on of the building. It was a tennis shoe that had a worn place where the little toe would fit and a lace stuck under the heel. She gave other details describing the shoe. A health care worker checked where Maria said the shoe should be. It was indeed there. The health care worker retrieved the shoe and noted that these details would only have been visible from the perspective of someone floating outside, very close to it. They were not visible from the windows.
Ian Stevenson, and Emily Williams Cook in an article titled "Do Any Near-Death Experiences Provide Evidence for the Survival of Human Personality After Death?" published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration in 1998.

ALSO SEE: Pilot Crashes, Sees Own Body Hanging in Trees: Near-Death Experience

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014


Michael is the Archangel: Michael is Adam  (Adam will lead an army of angels in the world's last battle of good and evil.
Michael's last battle with Satan

 Doctrine and Covenants 128:21

21 And again, the voice of God in the chamber of old Father Whitmer, in Fayette, Seneca county, and at sundry times, and in divers places through all the travels and tribulations of this Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints! And the voice of Michael, the archangel; the voice of Gabriel, and of Raphael, and of divers angels, from Michael or Adam down to the present time, all declaring their dispensation, their rights, their keys, their honors, their majesty and glory, and the power of their priesthood; giving line upon line, precept upon precept; here a little, and there a little; giving us consolation by holding forth that which is to come, confirming our hope!

Archangels and other angels names
and callings

Doctrine and Covenants 107:54

54 And the Lord appeared unto them, and they rose up and blessed Adam, and called him Michael, the prince, the archangels.

112 And Michael, the seventh angel, even the archangel, shall gather together his armies, even the hosts of heaven.
It is important for the student to know, Adam was the first man and is over this dispensations. He will have to account for his all children to hand them to the Lord. The Lord will give an account to our Father to utter in the end of our earth changes.

26 But, behold, verily I say unto you, before the earth shall pass away, Michael, mine archangel, shall sound his trump, and then shall all the dead awake, for their graves shall be opened, and they shall come forth—yea, even all. (It's fitting that Michael who gave life to all will be a part of this final resurrection of his children too.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Why Prostrate Problem in Men?

Yeast is the number on problem for prostrate cancer, but it's not the whole picture. One, did you know insects are in your beer? And, some may wonder why fish is in beer, when so many are allergic to fish as well as some of the other ingredients.
The Shocking Ingredients In Beer
By Food Babe
Let’s talk about how body reacts to alcohol in general. Alcohol is metabolized by the body differently than all other calories you consume. Alcohol is one of the only substances that you consume that can permeate your digestive system and go straight into your bloodstream. It bypasses normal digestion and is absorbed into the body intact, where it goes straight into the liver. Your liver is your main fat-burning organ. If you are trying to lose weight or even maintain your ideal weight, drinking alcohol is one of your worst enemies. The liver is going to metabolize alcohol first vs. the fat you want to get rid of – making weight loss even harder. Additionally, one of the primary functions of the liver is to remove environmental toxins from your body –

If it is overtaxed with alcohol, the normal removal of these toxins becomes extremely diminished and can result in rapid aging, loss of libido, and other diseases. The one thing that has gotten me before and I’m sure many of you – is the health marketing claims on alcohol products making drinking them seem like a good idea and an added “benefit” to your health. The low alcohol content of beer makes it appear as an innocuous beverage and something people throw back without even thinking about it. Who hasn’t seen those studies that say a beer a day is great for you (I want to ask who ever stops at just one beer?)? So, inherently, alcohol by itself is not a healthy person’s best friend – but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

 Beer, especially American beer, is made with all sorts of ingredients beyond the basic hops, malt and yeast. There are numerous other ingredients used to clarify, stabilize, preserve, enhance the color and flavor of beer. When you drink beer, there is almost a 100% chance that you don’t know what you are drinking (unless you quizzed the beer companies like I did). The ingredients in beer are not required by law to be listed anywhere on the label and manufacturers have no legal obligation to disclose the ingredients.
Michele Simon, a public health lawyer, author of Appetite for Profit, and president of Eat Drink Politics told me the reason that beer companies don’t disclose ingredients is simple: they don’t have to. “Ingredient labeling on food products and non-alcoholic beverages is required by the Food and Drug Administration. But a whole other federal agency regulates beer, and not very well.
The Department of Treasury – the same folks who collect your taxes – oversees alcoholic beverages. That probably explains why we know more about what’s in a can of Coke than a can of Bud. You can also thank the alcohol industry, which has lobbied for years against efforts to require ingredient labeling.”

First of all, I was able to obtain a baseline list of “legal” additives allowed in beer from the book “Chemicals Additives in Beer” by the Center of Science and Public Interest. This list allowed me to ask specific questions about each beer I investigated. For example – beer sold here in America can contain several of the following ingredients:
• Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) – alcohol is already addictive with some people, but with MSG?! Holy smokes.
• Propylene Glycol (an ingredient found in anti-freeze)
• Calcium Disodium EDTA (made from formaldehyde, sodium cayanide, and Ethylenediamine)
• Many different types of sulfites and anti-microbial preservatives (linked to allergies and asthma)
• Natural Flavors (can come from anything natural including a beavers anal gland)
• High Fructose Corn Syrup • GMO Sugars – Dextrose, Corn Syrup
• Caramel Coloring (Class III or IV made from ammonia and classified as a carcinogen)
• FD&C Blue 1 (Made from petroleum, linked to allergies, asthma and hyperactivity) • FD&C Red 40 (Made from petroleum, linked to allergies, asthma and hyperactivity) • FD&C Yellow 5 (Made from petroleum, linked to allergies, asthma and hyperactivity)
• Insect-Based Dyes: carmine derived from cochineal insects to color their beer.
• Animal Based Clarifiers: Findings include isinglass (dried fish bladder), gelatin (from skin, connective tissue, and bones), and casein (found in milk)
• Foam Control: Used for head retention; (glyceryl monostearate and pepsin are both potentially derived from animals)
• BPA (Bisphenol A is a component in many can liners and it may leach into the beer. BPA can mimic the female hormone estrogen and may affect sperm count, and other organ functions.) \
• Carrageenan (linked to inflammation in digestive system, IBS and considered a carcinogen in some circumstances)

Carcinogenic Caramel Coloring Newcastle, a UK brand, confessed to using what I would consider one of the most controversial food additives. Toasted barley is usually what gives beer its golden or deep brown color, however in this case, Newcastle beer is also colored artificially with caramel color. This caramel coloring is manufactured by heating ammonia and sulfites under high pressure, which creating carcinogenic compounds. If beer companies were required by law to list the ingredients, Newcastle would likely have to have a cancer warning label under California law because it is a carcinogen proven to cause liver tumors, lung tumors, and thyroid tumors in rats and mice.
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) Many of the beers I questioned contained one or more possible GMO ingredients.
•High Fructose Corn Syrup (Guinness – unable to provide an affidavit for non-GMO proof)
•Corn syrup (Miller Light, Coors, Corona, Fosters, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Red Stripe)
•Dextrose (Budweiser, Bud Light, Busch Light, Michelob Ultra)
•Corn (Red Stripe, Miller Coors Brand, Anheuser-Busch Brands) Most beers brewed commercially are made with more GMO corn than barley. Many of the companies I contacted dodged the GMO question – however Miller Coors had a very forthcoming and honest response. They stated “Corn syrup gives beer a milder and lighter-bodied flavor” and “Corn syrups may be derived from a mixture of corn (conventional and biotech.)”, admitting their use of GMOs.
Blue Ribbon responded saying their corn syrup was “special” and “made of carbohydrates and some simple sugars like dextrose and maltose. The sugars are fermented into alcohol and CO2, and the carbohydrates, both from the corn syrup and the malt, remain in the beers as flavor, color and body components.” Dextrose and maltose can come from a variety of substances that are sweet, but likely are derived from GMO corn because it is super cheap for a company to use corn instead of fruit or other non-GMO sources.
With cheap beer – you are not just getting a cheap buzz, you are getting the worst of the worst. Just like with cheap fast food – if you don’t invest in your beer – you will be drinking a lower quality product like Pabst Blue Ribbon that is made from GMO Corn and Corn Syrup. In 2007, Greenpeace found unapproved and experimental GMO Rice strain in Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser, Bud Light) beer.
Anheuser-Busch responded saying their US-grown long-grained rice “may have micro levels” of a genetically engineered protein called Liberty Link, but added that the protein is “substantially removed or destroyed” during the brewing of beer sold domestically.
It’s hard to trust any beer company that gets caught using experimental food made in a laboratory? GMOs have not been tested long term on human beings and one of the main pesticides (Roundup) they spray on GMO crops are linked to inflammation, cancer and other diseases.
Guinness High Fructose Corn Syrup & Fish Bladders Speaking of trusting companies, let’s get one thing straight, Guinness beer is no longer owned by the Irish, they are now owned by a large beer conglomerate called Diageo and manufactured in over 50 different countries. No matter how many St. Patty’s Day celebrations you’ve had with this dark stout, it’s time to stop because they use high fructose corn syrup in their beer.(4/2/14 Update: Guinness Beer claims they do not use high fructose corn syrup any longer, but refuses to disclose ingredient affidavits or full of list of ingredients.) But, Guinness beer also contains isinglass, a gelatin-like substance produced from the swim bladder of a fish. This ingredient helps remove any “haziness,” solids, or yeast byproducts from the beer.  The sneaky thing this beer company does like many of the companies mentioned here today is create an illusion of using the best ingredients when in actuality what they tell you publicly on their websites is a complete farce.
On Guinness FAQ’s – they have a question that states: “What are the key ingredients in Guinness” and the answer doesn’t reveal the whole picture – it only states “Our key ingredients – other than inspiration – are roasted, malted barley, hops, yeast and water.”
So What Beers Are Additive and GMO Free? If you enjoy the occasional beer and wish to maintain your healthy lifestyle, choosing one without GMOs and additives is ideal. Unfortunately, most of the mainstream beers available have additives, but luckily, there are a few that don’t. For example, Sierra Nevada, Heineken, and Amstel Light
(7/31/13 UPDATE: It has come to my attention that Heinken USA has changed their formula to use GMOs – I called their customer service line 1-914-681-4100 to confirm and asked for the list of ingredients – the man told me “water, yeast, malted barley and hops” – then I asked if their beer contained any genetically engineered material and he confirmed “YES,” but wouldn’t tell what ingredients are genetically engineered

 (8/1/13 Update: Heineken reached out to me personally to say their customer service department made an error in telling me and others who called their beer has GMOs. I met with a head brew master and have viewed affidavits from the company and confirmed Heinken and Amstel Light do not contain GMOs – they apologize for the confusion.) appear to be pretty clean (but these companies still wouldn’t disclose the full list of ingredients to me. They did say they use non-GMO grains, no artificial ingredients, stabilizers or preservatives).
German Beers are also a good bet. The Germans are very serious about the purity of their beers and enacted a purity law called “Reinheitsgebot” that requires all German beers to be only produced with a core ingredient list of water, hops, yeast, malted barley or wheat. Advocates of German beers insist that they taste cleaner and some even claim they don’t suffer from hangovers as a result. An obvious choice to consider is also Certified Organic Beers. They are required by law to not include GMOs and other harmful additives. Organic beers also support environmental friendly practices and reduce the amount of pesticides and toxins in our air, support organic farmers – which is a huge plus.
Craft & Microbrews Beers – For certain local craft and micro beers, you can ask those companies for a list of ingredients and many of them will be up front with you. However, companies like Miller Coors are slowly closing in on craft beers and buying them up one by one… like they did when they created the unique popular variety called Blue Moon (the beer you drink with an orange) and Anhesuer-Busch did this with Rolling Rock and Goose Island Brewery.
Make sure your favorite craft and microbrew is still independently owned and controlled before taking a sip. In the end – if you decide to drink beer, you are definitely drinking at your own risk for more reasons than just the crazy ingredients that could be in them.

The key point to remember is – if you like to drink beer and want to be healthy, drink it infrequently and quiz the beer companies for the truth. Find a beer that you can trust and stick with it. For your reference, here are some important questions to ask your favorite beer company:
1. What are the ingredients in your beer – all of them from start to finish?
2. Are any of your ingredients GMO?
3. Do you use any soy, corn, or rice processing ingredients? (Examples include: dextrose, corn syrup, etc.)
4. Do you add any natural, artificial flavors or colors to the beer? (Examples include: yellow #5, caramel coloring, red #40, MSG, natural flavors)
5. Are there any additional preservatives, stabilizers and/or clarifying agents added to your beer during processing? (Examples include: propylene glycol, Calcium Disodium EDTA, anything ending in “sulfite” like sodium metabisulfite, Heptylparaben, isinglass)
If you know someone who drinks beer – share this post with them. These ingredients are no joke. We must inform and protect each other from these industrial chemicals, untested and potentially harmful ingredients and it starts by sharing your knowledge with the ones you love. This is quoted by author above. I don't drink! I've posted this link because it has a list of organic, non GMO beers.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Glenn Beck Interviews Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty

I am an ANTAGENIST AGAINST: Vampires, Dracula, weir wolves, Reincarnation, scorers, magic, voodoo, palmistry, Ouija board, apparitions, hauntings, Wicca, witch craft's, blk eyed kids, psychic medium's, exorcisms, are demonic satanic sources.
All are expressions of a distortions... (Pharaoh priest Vs Moses and his priesthood could do the same miracle's...good Vs evil_ in the end- Good wins. I do not add in this groupings any Greek mythology from their fancy gods; Gods messengers, his angles, people/aliens from other worlds or , UFO's ............

The talk show and all media is bringing these into popularity and writing fiction book on Satanic sources. I've worked with youth lost in this corruptions and seen what it does to their lives. This movement is on the rise. Coast to Coast is a radio den that promotes and fed them through marketing their books. They are not the only ones.
We can't be spiritually or morally healthy unless we exercise faith in our Lord. We can't win battles, wars, and keep our country with this growing Lucifer's movement. All of these are a decoy, fictions and destroying our earth and mankind. Here's just one example of this movement. We (Christians') don't even have the same religious rights in our own schools.
Satanic Temple to Distribute Materials to School Children in Florida on their religion an Christians cannot?

It's refreshing to listen the Glenn Beck's approach to radio and here is an example.
 A brave man to tackle the world, but are we're ready for the messages, and we need help to fight to the end, not with guns but boldly as Phil Roberson and Beck is doing.