Here is a short preview of what’s further in this incredible article written by Elizabeth Wilcock. Read more at https://www.elizabethwilcock.com/blog/07/07/2019/the-sacrifice-of-notre-dame-amp-the-cabals-war-with-the-goddes
He writes, “The sacrificial burning of Notre Dame Cathedral to Molech (Ba’al, Set, Satan) was a desperate attempt by superstitious… satanists to somehow reverse their fortunes… It’s difficult for normal people to understand the superstitious mindset of these satanists, but essentially they seem to think they are in a battle against a goddess. That is why they chose to burn “Notre Dame” or “Our Lady,” because this refers to Mary. Mary, of course, is the Christian name for the Goddess Isis, who raised an infant until he could defeat Set or Satan. It is for this same superstitious reason that these satanists created a horrific terror organization and tried to call in ISIS in order to weaken support for the Goddess in the minds of humanity.” It is also said by insiders that the fire was intended to destroy pedophilia records that were kept in her tower.
Nationalism Will Not Solve The Global Problems Of Today
Video Source: https://www.ted.com/talks/yuval_noah_harari_nationalism_vs_globalism_the_new_political_divide
Image Source: merl1ncz – https://merl1ncz.deviantart.com/art/Long-Journey-Ahead-343770450
Google’s Project Soli brings a new level of interactivity to our world, further enmeshing our digital lives and enriching our interactions with the devices around us.
Soli is a new sensing technology that uses miniature radar to detect touchless gesture interactions.
At only 8mm x 10mm, the chip is small enough to be embedded in smart watches, phones, and all of the typical smart devices we have grown to love.
The key to Soli interactions is the Virtual Tools, which are gestures that mimic familiar interactions with physical tools.
See how it works in this video:
Learn more at https://atap.google.com/soli/
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
Photo Credit: Tiago Gerken
Facebook isn’t really free – you pay for it with your identity.
In an announcement at the COP22 UN climate change conference this week, French president Francois Hollande stated that all of the country’s coal-fired power plants will be shuttered by 2023. The move is part of an effort to achieve carbon neutrality in France by 2050. This shouldn’t be too hard to achieve, considering that the country already derives 75 percent of its power from nuclear energy. (Whether or not that’s an improvement is, of course, a hot topic of debate within the environmental community.)
I was feeling the pain of our separation and division today.
This short film was just the right medicine I needed.
Onwards and upwards!
Directed by Ian MacKenzie http://ianmack.com
Produced by Velcrow Ripper, Gregg Hill, Ian MacKenzie
Sacred Economics traces the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism, revealing how the money system has contributed to alienation, competition, and scarcity, destroyed community, and necessitated endless growth.
Today, these trends have reached their extreme – but in the wake of their collapse, we may find great opportunity to transition to a more connected, ecological, and sustainable way of being.
Read the book http://sacred-economics.com
This short contains some visuals from the upcoming feature doc Occupy Love http://occupylove.org
Directed & Edited by Ian MacKenzie
Producers: Ian MacKenzie, Velcrow Ripper, Gregg Hill
Cinematography: Velcrow Ripper, Ian MacKenzie
Animation: Adam Giangregorio, Brian Duffy
Music: Chris Zabriskie
Additional footage: Steven Simonetti, Pond 5, Youtube
Stills: Kris Krug, NASA
Special thanks: Charles Eisenstein, Stella Osorojos, Hart Traveller, Clara Roberts-Oss, Line 21 Media
Where did the iconic image of the witch come from?
Is it relevant in todays society?
How can women reclaim their sacred identity?
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