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About Me

I was trained as a scientist (theoretical physicist) but a persistent affliction (Candida) cut short my pursuits of an academic career. While I try to heal myself, I’ve directed my time and energy towards trying to understand the true nature of the world, who we truly are as humans and where the heck we truly are going (taken well into consideration all the rampant megalomaniacal madness that is imbued in our so-called leaders).

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  1. Hello,

    I live in the US–do you know o a movement of people that are leaving the US and canada….an where they are going.

    Kindest regards
    Jill

    giljil@netscape.com

    Comment by Jill — February 8, 2009 @ 4:30 pm | Reply

  2. Hey, I really love what you’re doing here, especially the predictive programming info. I am really interested and want to find out as much as possible. I am a film student and I plan on writing my dissertation on predictive programming in movies so as you can imagine I was really happy to find all the work you’ve done. I’m now collecting movies, looking at them and studying them more carefully.
    I would really appreciate if you could maybe help me get started and recommend a book that would be helpful in my research.
    Thanks for your time.

    P.s
    that quote from Marx is possibly a misinterpretation or even a fake! Check it out.
    http://meganmcardle.theatlantic.com/archives/2009/01/faux_marx.php

    Conecx

    Comment by Lisa — April 15, 2009 @ 3:49 am | Reply

  3. Dear Phil, you have put together an intelligently written blog that explores many perspectives. I read some of the commentors messages. Some comments are rather funny and remind me of how some people respond to me when I bring these sensative subjects up, its dissappointing that people get so heated up and start attacking each other rather than focusing on the subject when others have a different point of view point, to evolve we need to learn from different perspectives, or just accept them as a contribution and move forward. Most people let their egos get in the way rather than learn to handle constructive debate. I think you have handled these types of people well, why can’t people see, we waste time condeming one another when we could work together to all contribute a valid view point and therefore learn from eachother how to evolve these points to constructive action such as being ecologically self sustaining non- materialistic beings independant of governing bodies.

    I did agree with the point of one of the abusive commentors on the food growing suggestion. The fact that if we stopped being Consuming Sheeple and became self sustaining food growing communities, we would have much more abundance, no need for currency, less waste and pollution. As an ecologist, I have been an advocate of this for a long time….

    Unfortunately the Codex Alimentarius commission, (due to be implemented end of this year by the UN) Codex Alimentarius will try to curb people from growing their own produce by making it illegal to grow food without a license, disgusting… The main priority for the Codex Alimentarius Commission is to reduce and irradicate availability of alternative health therapys and herbal medicines, why, because the big Pharmaceuticals such as Gilead Sciences Inc are behind Codex and all the Bio- chemical and Bio-technoligical Genetically Modification Corperations are the biggest sponsers of Codex Alimentarius Commission, they are also protected by it, They are pushing GM into the EU, very slyly… I wrote some basic information here http://bhikka.blogspot.com/ but I suggest you get in touch with the Alliance of Natural Health to find out more detail, ANH is founded by Dr Robert Verkerk..http://www.anhcampaign.org/message-executive-director

    Codex Alimentarius -Forgotten-the US governments most powerfully political secret weapon of mass destruction on humanity- a trade commission (not a public health commission) “He who controls food controls the world”. I.G. FARBEN. ( The Pharmaceutical body which funded Hitler, the founding inspiration for Codex Alimentarius) Codex Alimentarius Commission will be fully mandatory by December 31st 2009 all 177 countries within the WTO will be Harmonized (Codex Alimentarius compliant).

    “Having spent the past twelve months investigating Codex Alimentarius, I am deeply disturbed by the almost total lack of awareness (or even interest) with regard to the implications of this pernicious global Commission, particularly amongst those most affected by the excesses of this restrictive Legislation.” Ian R. Crane

    “Every time a Shaman dies, it’s as if a ancient library was burnt down” Marc Plotkin MD. Ph.D

    “784,000 People are dying annually and prematurely in the USA alone due to modern medicine intervention.” Carolyn Dean MD.

    Comment by ChiGirl — May 24, 2009 @ 5:18 am | Reply

    • Hi ChiGirl, yes you are right people waste too much time and energy on irrelevant ego bolstering issues.

      Codex Alimentarius is a dreadful thing indeed if passed. It would greatly benefit eugenics and depopulation programs, I gather.

      Thanks for the links you supplied.

      Iatrogenic disease is a horrible thing too and has become public health enemy number one, not entirely by accident of course.

      Comment by Phil — May 26, 2009 @ 6:17 pm | Reply

  4. Hi Phil,

    Found your great blog. Great information and much appreciated. Looks like we hang out in some of the same places on the net and deal with the same information – Iatrogenocide and the tyranny of eugenics and depopulation. The rate of iatrogenocide is increasing as the technocracy speeds up its depopulation activities. I’ve bookmarked your site and will come back and also promote it where opportunity rises.

    Looking forward to working with you in the future.

    Phillip

    Comment by Phillip — July 14, 2009 @ 10:17 am | Reply

  5. Phil, if you need help with the candida (don’t imagine that you do considering your research skills, but just in case), we have a whole forum devoted to the topic: http://www.cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?board=32.0

    I’ve shared my personal experiences with the same problem there, my success, and we have a cardiac surgeon on staff who has changed her specialty to orthomolecular medicine and is always present to answer questions and offer suggestions. My own procedure included heavy metal detoxing, courses of nystatin and fluconazole, total diet reorganization, FAR infrared sauna treatments, etc. I haven’t felt this good in 20 years.

    Comment by Laura Knight-Jadczyk — December 4, 2009 @ 7:56 pm | Reply

    • Thank you Laura, that’s very kind of you. I’ll have a look around on your forums. Although I have to say that the source of my illness has been taken away. When I was the US a few months back a good friend of mine delivered me from no less than 6 demons, one of which was a spirit of infirmity that together with a spirit of heaviness probably caused most of the symptoms of my tenacious and debilitating disease. I still have some lingering trouble with my digestive tract but it is slowly clearing up now. Maybe I can draw some advice from your forums as to how to speed up the recovery process.

      Comment by Phil — December 5, 2009 @ 12:21 pm | Reply

  6. Well, Phil, while I did not expect that response, I will say that I’m not inclined to doubt the process of spirit release since I know about demons firsthand.
    See: http://www.sptimes.com/News/webspecials/exorcist/index.html

    I have also learned that there can be frequency matches between certain spiritual energies and material substances and physiological processes so a multi-level approach is often necessary. As the man behind the Jesus legend is quoted as saying in the NT: “This kind come out only by prayer and fasting.” I would say that this is a clear statement of the two-pronged approach: material and spiritual/psychological.

    The problem is, of course, when you cleanse the house, you have to be very careful what you put back in it. Have a look at my latest blog post for some ideas: http://laura-knight-jadczyk.blogspot.com/

    Comment by Laura Knight-Jadczyk — December 5, 2009 @ 2:57 pm | Reply

  7. I had candida once and it was very debilitating. I can’t remember how I got rid of it. Quite possibly grapefruit seed extract made by Higher Nature. Also I’ve heard that acidophilus EATS candida.

    I’d love to read your testimony but it is password protected?

    Thanks for the interesting article on Jezebel, which is a subject I am studying at the moment which answers a great many questions, it’s an important key to understanding many important things..

    Comment by Truth in Reality — June 18, 2012 @ 12:12 am | Reply

  8. As a trained theoretical physicist, I thought you would like to listen to this audio:

    “Never the Same–Michelle Krubeck”
    http://hitchhikeamerica.wordpress.com/2012/12/27/never-the-same-michelle-krubeck/

    Comment by Tim Shey — December 28, 2012 @ 6:53 pm | Reply


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