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 on: May 14, 2012, 08:53:15 am 
Started by Nomad - Last post by PSimon23
Similar subject was being discussed at yahoo answers last week. I can post the link if needed.

 on: May 14, 2012, 08:49:04 am 
Started by Nomad - Last post by PSimon23
I sent you in pm

 on: January 06, 2011, 10:32:25 am 
Started by Smamnounc - Last post by Smamnounc
Hello. And Bye.

 on: May 15, 2010, 10:48:19 pm 
Started by reverendhempman - Last post by reverendhempman
Lee Woudberg - Modus Operandi : The Anatomy of Attack.

Thursday 20th May 2010

Admittance: 3 on the door

Upstairs The Ship and Mitre
133 Dale St
L2 2JH

About the Seminar

9/11 and 7/7. Two days that changed our world. Two events. Several similarities. Do you question the official stories regarding these so called "terrorist attacks"?. Are you labeled "a conspiracy theorist" for simply having questions and pointing out evidence to the contrary? Many advocates of the government line regarding these two events will simply not consider alternative views against what they have been told is true and instead stubbornly repeat the media mantra of "Islamic extremism is to blame" no matter what piece of alternative material is presented to them. Must we now employ a different tactic? Join us as we set "conspiracy theories" to one side and instead scrutinize the mainstream perspective regarding these two unprecedented atrocities. Using material gathered from news outlets, government spokespeople, intelligence agencies and other official sources we will consider the many fundamental and concurrent elements of the official viewpoints regarding 9/11 & 7/7 and piece together, bone by bone, the anatomy of attack. A skeletal framework which, when viewed in its simplicity, may force even the most ardent "coincidence theorist" to reconsider their standpoint...

About the Speaker

Lee Woudberg has been living in Liverpool for 15 years deciding to stay in the city after completing his degree course in the late 90's. He has been studying the Occult for some 20 years, particularly Tropical Astrology. He is a founder member of MerseysideTruth which set up January 2007. The group has played host to David Shayler and Annie Machon and to William Rodriguez - the "last man out of the Twin Towers". Lee has also been actively involved in the Edinburghtruth movement with Liverpool's own Tim Bleasedale, showing his own presentations which include "The Penny Drops" a film which explores the possibility of a Cashless Society. On 9/11, before the event itself, Lee had almost given up on his Occult studies. Wishing for a more normal, simpler life. That was until the first plane-strike, which coincided with a knock on his front door from a visitor, returning a book on Astrology.

 on: February 28, 2010, 11:39:21 am 
Started by white rose - Last post by white rose
Check this site out,its opposing the id cards that the stasi govt want to foist on us.They want volunteers to give leaflets out in Liverpool and any other stuff you can help with or just get involved.Seems they have regular meetings too.

dont know if that link came up but the site is called  no2id

 on: February 22, 2010, 09:23:01 am 
Started by white rose - Last post by white rose

Runs till March,sign it and pass it on to evryone you know.

 on: February 21, 2010, 10:11:54 am 
Started by white rose - Last post by white rose
Well I have a friend who is a bit 'head in the sand' about stuff but seems he's having a rethink  Grin
He was unloading boxes from a lorry at 6am last Thursday when the driver said 'What the hell is this stuff landing on the boxes'.The boxes were covered in a strange substance that felt to be 'icing up' on touching it.Squishy was another word used .
They both looked up and from the skies a mass of stuff that looked like xmas glitter was falling.They said they could not feel it landing on their faces.Needless to say they were both spooked.
Now i've seen stuff on the net like this and also read articles about the Smartdust..whether this is what it was I have no idea.
Pity he didn't get a sample of it.If it happens again I told him to do just that.Thing is where would we send it for analysis?Huh?

 on: February 19, 2010, 08:19:36 am 
Started by reverendhempman - Last post by reverendhempman

Women being conned about breast cancer screening
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Western medicine relies heavily on convincing people that they need some sort of drug or surgery to remedy their ills and gain health. Studies often contain manipulated facts and skewed statistics that paint a favorable picture of some new procedure or treatment while shrouding the truth about the risks involved. The alleged benefits of breast cancer screenings are no exception as women are continually tricked into believing that mammograms will greatly benefit them when the facts show that they are largely ineffective.

Using an approach called mismatched framing, cancer studies will present side effects in absolute terms while exaggerating benefits in relative terms. When two different metric systems are used to present one set of findings, the results are deceptive albeit technically true.

One statistic says that regular breast cancer screenings reduce the number of breast cancer deaths by 25 percent. While this sounds like a large amount, the truth of the matter is that out of every 1,000 women who get regularly screened, only one extra life would be saved. Apart from screening, four out every 1,000 women will die from breast cancer; with screening, only three would die. The reduction from four to three represents the 25 percent statistic.

However the other half of the story is that 20 percent of those 1,000 women who get screened will be unnecessarily treated with surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Up to 500 of them will undergo a needless biopsy due to an inaccurate screening. These monumental risks are never mentioned alongside the glowing endorsements that deceptively use the 25 percent reduction figure to lure women into continuing with screenings.

Drug behemoth Pfizer did the same thing with its Lipitor drug, claiming that those with multiple risk factors who take it will be 36 percent less likely to have a heart attack. When evaluated in absolute terms, two out of every 100 people who take Lipitor will have a heart attack; three out of every 100 people who do not take Lipitor will have a heart attack. The absolute increase in negative side effects among those who take Lipitor versus those who do not is not mentioned in context with the 36 percent reduction claim.

A study conducted by BMJ, the Journal of the American Medical Association, and The Lancet found that about 33 percent of papers published in medical journals fail to use consistent metrics when presenting study findings. The result is a misrepresentation of the truth by the illness industry, drug companies, and the doctors and journalists who aid them in their deception.

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 on: February 19, 2010, 08:14:28 am 
Started by reverendhempman - Last post by reverendhempman

Mental illness breakthrough: fish oil prevents psychotic disorders
by S. L. Baker, features writer

(NaturalNews) NaturalNews has already reported on the amazing array of health advantages linked to a diet rich in omega-3 fatty acids, a "healthy" fat found in certain foods such as salmon and walnuts. For example, researchers have documented that omega-3s can help prevent heart arrhythmias and treat depression ( These fatty aacids also appear to have an antiaging effect on cells ( Get ready to add another remarkable benefit to the list of omega-3 benefits: now scientists have found fish oil supplements containing omega-3s may stop people at high risk for severe mental illness from becoming psychotic.

Psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia are devastating forms of mental problems in which people lose contact with reality and can end up, in worst case scenarios, hurting themselves and others. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), a psychosis is usually characterized by delusions and seeing or hearing things that aren't there (hallucinations). The treatment is primarily heavy duty, side effect riddled psychiatric drugs and/or institutionalization.

But what if people a high risk for this mental illness could be prevented from having a psychotic disorder in the first place? That may be possible, thanks to omega-3 fatty acids.

Omega-3s prevent psychotic disorders
According to a report just published in the February issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, people at extremely high risk of developing a psychosis were found to be less likely to develop psychotic disorders after just 12 weeks of taking fish oil capsules containing omega-3 fatty acids. The study authors pointed out that omega-3 supplementation may be effective because individuals with schizophrenia have an underlying dysfunction in fatty acid metabolism.

"Early treatment in schizophrenia and other psychoses has been linked to better outcomes...intervention in at-risk individuals holds the promise of even better outcomes, with the potential to prevent full-blown psychotic disorders," the authors wrote in their article.

G. Paul Amminger, M.D., of the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, and Orygen Youth Health Research Center in Melbourne, Australia, headed a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial to test whether omega-3s could influence the risk of progression to psychosis in 81 individuals considered to be at extremely high risk for the disorder. The research subjects had displayed a decrease in their ability to function and they also had already developed mild psychotic symptoms, transient psychotic episodes and/or they had a family history of psychotic disorders. Those criteria, the researchers stated in their study, are used to identify individuals whose risk of becoming psychotic may be as high as 40 percent over the course of a year.

For about three months, 41 of the research subjects were given daily fish oil capsules containing 1.2 grams of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids. The other 40 participants were given a placebo. When the study ended, about 94 percent of the subjects were still in the study and two taking the omega-3s, or only 4.9 percent, had developed a psychotic disorder. On the other hand, 11 in the placebo group (27.5 percent) had become psychotic. The difference between the two groups was extraordinary -- 22.6 percent.

What's more, supplementation with the fatty acids significantly reduced mental illness symptoms and improved overall functioning, too. Not surprisingly, there were virtually no side effects associated with the fish oil pills.

"The finding that treatment with a natural substance may prevent or at least delay the onset of psychotic disorder gives hope that there may be alternatives to antipsychotics for the prodromal (early symptomatic) phase. Stigmatization and adverse effects -- which include metabolic changes, sexual dysfunction and weight gain -- associated with the use of antipsychotics are often not acceptable for young people," the scientists wrote in their study. "Long-chain omega-3 fatty polyunsaturated fatty acids reduce the risk of progression to psychotic disorder and may offer a safe and efficacious strategy for indicated prevention in young people with subthreshold psychotic states."

For more information:

 on: February 19, 2010, 08:00:53 am 
Started by reverendhempman - Last post by reverendhempman
Oh, where for out though?

good people our forum is asleep!!! we have become inactive drones and its time to wake up!!!

me included!!! I am guilty!!!


sermon of Rev Hempman

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