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The video below was put together by Sinead McCarthy.  In it she asks, "What happened to children?" Truly, our times are changing ...  For more shocking stuff, read this, this and this

We continue to argue about the destruction method used on the Twin Towers in 2001.  Here's my own theory: Controlled demotion by explosives in the exterior frame, and mini- or tactical nukes in the core.  The 9/11 event was a continuation of the Manhattan Project, begun during WWII to produce the atomic bomb.  However, the Manhattan Project did not shut down: it continues to this day in the form of radiation biology studies and experimentation.  (See "From Chemtrails to Pseudo-Life: Living in the Manhattan Project)

Back in the 1970s, the towers were designed and built in a novel way, with two steel frames: an interior steel core that was hollow and interlocked steel assemblies on the outside.  Their broad-daylight future destruction may have indeed been part of the plan.  Regardless, the pulverizing power of nukes has been known since the 1950s.  Nuclear devices placed in the World Trade Center towers' cores would by themselves have taken down the buildings, but if demolition by explosives was also employed -- with charges placed in the external steel frame -- this was what would be seen on video and by anyone who was there.  The demolition wave, the squibs ... so of course people would be saying, "It looked just like a controlled demolition!"

The point being, one method was the VISIBLE method, but not the necessary one.  Nukes were the HIDDEN method and really did all the work.  Why both? Because nuclear detonations release dangerous isotopes and the human population continues to develop cancer.  Conventional explosives would become the safe cover story for a nuclear attack in America.

WiFi signal in physical formHere's an MIT recommendation: Create your own experiment to show what wireless microwaves look like in physical form ... Coffee cans and a bit of electronic know-how are all you need.  Watch the video below if you aren't apt to do this but still want to see what surrounds you in our modern world. Remember that the effect of frequencies on cells is registered as a physical force.

Okay, we've all heard about how HDL is the good kind of cholesterol and LDL is the bad cholesterol, and people with "high" cholesterol need to raise HDL and lower LDL.  Well, from this short interview with Dr. Ron Rosedale, we learn that HDL and LDL are not even cholesterol -- they are PROTEINS that transport cholesterol to and from the cells.  (FYI: Proteins are used by the body to rebuild the cells and also as "taxicab" transporters of substances in the bloodstream.)  HDL and LDL stand for high-density and low-density lipoprotein -- i.e., not a fat but a kind of protein).  Cholesterol is itself an important precursor rebuilding/repair molecule manufactured in the liver, essential in the making of new cells and actually recycled when it is carried back in its "used" form from the cells.

Why doctors believe HDL and LDL are actually cholesterol is surprising.  Additionally, doctors think that because LDL takes cholesterol TO the cells it is BAD, and because HDL takes cholesterol AWAY from the cells it is GOOD!  Thus the medical community actually seeks to lower and raise LDL and HDL with pharmaceutical drugs, which only impairs the body's efforts to repair and heal the cells.  A person with high LDL is someone whose cells need cholesterol for repair and rebuilding purposes, so lowering the number of cholesterol transporter cells (LDL) would only limit this!  Listen to Dr. Rosedale's frustration as he explains in the following YouTube excerpt of an interview with Dr. Mercola:

We have been hearing about the Shemita -- a Judaic seven-year cycle that completes itself with a catastrophe.  Examples: 9/11 was a Shemita year, as was 2008 when we had a financial fiasco.  2015 is another Shemita year, and the seventh of seven cycles, so we are being told to "get ready" (see this YouTube).  Here is the PBS story of what happened in Argentina -- once the richest country in South America ("argent" means silver):