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Public Trust In Big Pharma Hits New Low: An Article From Jon Rappoport

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“Many ordinary meds cause depression…”

For years, I’ve been writing about the medical system’s self-feeding mechanism…

Give a patient a drug to treat his symptoms; the drug causes new symptoms, which are diagnosed as a new illness; and then new drugs are given, and those drugs cause still more symptoms, which in turn are diagnosed as a new condition…on and on it goes. Drugged patients suffer tragically and needlessly, and cash piles up in Big Pharma’s coffers.

At one time, this circle of devastation might have been called an accident. But now, all the experts know the truth. Therefore, this is rightly labeled a MARKETING STRATEGY, and, at the highest levels, a covert op to disable the population.

Here is a new revelation:

Suppose your doctor told you this: “I’m prescribing an antidepressant because the other drugs you’ve been taking have a side effect—they cause depression.”

You might say, “Wow, where is my compensation for suffering depression?”

The answer, of course, is: Nowhere.

Yahoo News (6/12) has the story: “One third of Americans are taking prescription and over-the-counter drugs, such as birth control pills, antacids and common heart medications, that may raise the risk of depression, researchers warned on Tuesday.”

“Since the drugs are so common, people may be unaware of their potential depressive effects, said the report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).”

“’Many may be surprised to learn that their medications, despite having nothing to do with mood or anxiety or any other condition normally associated with depression, can increase their risk of experiencing depressive symptoms, and may lead to a depression diagnosis,’ said lead author Dima Qato, assistant professor of pharmacy systems, outcomes and policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago.”

Here is the kicker: “The report was released one week after US health authorities said suicides have risen 30 percent in the past two decades, with about half of suicides among people who were not known to suffer from mental illness.”

“Anti-depressants are the only drug class that carries an explicit warning — called a black box warning — of suicide risk.”

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[Administrator’s Note: I am well versed in the terrible effects of birth control pills. I was on them for seven years and, despite being told that my “ovaries would be protected for seven years after stopping the medication”, my endocrine system suffered for longer than that. Depression and weight problems troubled me for decades. Conveniently, doctors don’t mention the birth control/depression connection. Any “depressive symptoms” that occur are labeled as “psychological problems” or some other mental illness diagnosis. Their answer? More drugs. Yeah. Thanks a lot. Thirty years and three psychiatrists later, I cleaned up my system. Some of the damage to my body is permanent.]

How To Care For A Sad Person

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I picked this up from Facebook and had to laugh. Actually, it is a really sweet sentiment. The title of the FB page reminds me of the torture of our veterans and, the rise of suicides and opioid overdoses. It appears that PTSD is not an exclusively ‘veteran’ affliction. Trauma comes in many forms…physical, emotional, mental/psychological, spiritual…

My heart breaks when I hear about or read of veterans committing suicide at a rate of 22 per day on average or the skyrocketing reports of opioid overdoses due to intense pain, either physical, emotional or even spiritual. In the eyes and hearts of many, how can ‘God’ allow such suffering.

The recent spate of celebrity and/or musician deaths/suicides is increasingly shocking, though, I honestly believe that there is more going on there than is being reported. Hollyweird is a really hard place to exist. It certainly seems to be “pedophile central”.

There are no hard and fast answers for many. I see a rather large contingent of unhappy souls eager to leave. And, if you are of the idea that reincarnation actually happens, perhaps these souls will return to better circumstances.

In the meantime, sushi-roll your friends and loved ones. Hug them and dry their tears. Watch a happy movie or listen to happy music. Hold their hands and show them the sunshine. Your simple gestures can create positive waves and ripples in the collective consciousness. Not only can your actions heal those closest to you, the healing can spread exponentially. 🧡💞💜💕

Chris Thomas Interviews Added

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I have uploaded MP3 audio files of Terje Toftenes’ interview with Chris from 2009. There was a DVD issued back then that I haven’t been able to get my hands on. The promo video for the DVD release is on the Video Interviews Page. Robert Stanley was the last to interview Chris in August 2013. There are no more MP3 interviews as Chris doesn’t give interviews, anymore.

I will be adding more essays in the coming days. There are 33 that I am aware of.

It’s June…2018…

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I have been gone for quite a while. I started this blog five years ago this month. A lot of what I posted, I took down as my attitudes about certain things have changed, drastically. I am definitely not the same person I was five years ago. That is a good thing.

Since June 2013, I’ve gone through four jobs. Finding good employment is not as easy as it was when I got out of school in the middle 80s. Those jobs just don’t exist anymore. So, I work PT and do the best I can. I am hopeful for the future…mine and everyone else’s.

Today will be the New Moon, as I am typing this past midnight. I will be putting forth my wishes and desires for this Moon. We certainly live in interesting times.

The New Humans

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This video has been passed along by Chris Thomas. He doesn’t promote or endorse this video at all but, some information contained within it regarding the children and expanding DNA is worth noting.

Be Your Own Work Of Art

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Everything is beautiful, in its own way…
~ Ray Stevens

I woke up yesterday morning (my birthday) thinking about beauty, individualism and self-expression. So many of us have been brainwashed and trained into not showing our true selves to the world for fear of rejection or reprisal. It is important for our health and well-being to break this indoctrination. It is also just as important to see those around us as equals and appreciate their uniqueness. The differences between us is an art form all unto itself. Our individuality is a canvas…

Like the lyrics in Ray Stevens’ song, I believe everything has beauty.

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A tree is its own work of art.

 

 

 

 

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A bee is a work of art.

 

 

 

 

 

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A rain storm or snow storm is a work of art.

 

 

 

 

 

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What will you put on your canvas? How will you express yourself? Do you enjoy the beauty of your fellow humans? Opening your heart to the world is a grand thing. It is also a scary thing, too. No one likes to feel vulnerable especially in this day and age with wars, disease and cruelty. But, if you take a minute…just one minute and think of your own beauty, the artwork that is you, perhaps, your own personal desire for self-love and greatness could be the one intention that could change the world for the better. Try it.

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Does Perfection Exist?

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Does it? Does it actually exist? In my opinion, the short answer is, definitely, no.

Dictionary.com gives this definition:

noun
1. the state or quality of being or becoming perfect.
2. the highest degree of proficiency, skill, or excellence, as in some art.
3. a perfect embodiment or example of something.
4. a quality, trait, or feature of the highest degree of excellence.
5. the highest or most nearly perfect degree of a quality or trait.
6. the act or fact of perfecting.

Merriam-Webster says this:

per·fec·tion
noun \pər-ˈfek-shən\

: the state or condition of being perfect

: the act of making something perfect or better : the act of perfecting something

: something that cannot be improved : something that is perfect

1 : the quality or state of being perfect: as…
   a : freedom from fault or defect : flawlessness
   b : maturity
   c : the quality or state of being saintly
2 a : an exemplification of supreme excellence
   b : an unsurpassable degree of accuracy or excellence
3 : the act or process of perfecting

Wikipedia simply says:

Perfection is, broadly, a state of completeness and flawlessness.

Now, after all of those tidy definitions, the long answer, as an addendum to the short, sweet, ‘no’ above, is perfection can’t exist. To attain it would mean stopping. Stopping everything…growing, learning, experiencing… If true perfection is reached, what is left? Nothing, as sad as that sounds.

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I get periodic emails from an Indian woman in Massachusetts that is a Psychic/Akashic Reader. I got a reading from her on my birthday two years ago (boy, was that interesting). The email I got today was about vulnerability. Here is an excerpt:

Have you ever felt so raw inside that you just want to hide in a hole? That the last thing on your mind is being vulnerable? What if being vulnerable opens doors?

There was a time years ago when I was going through a deep depression. The dark night of the soul. I couldn’t function, my emotions overwhelmed me and the desire to even be on the planet was minimal.

I was walking around a my favorite lake in emotional pain and tears were running down my face. So many people looked away, avoided me. I realized then that they were uncomfortable with my imperfections. That I was infringing on their comfort level. Or perhaps they didn’t know what to do. Either way, I was ignored by them.

I almost decided to stop crying, get in my car and go home so I wouldn’t upset anyone. But something inside of me decided that being vulnerable mattered more. This was what I was feeling and experiencing.

A few very kind people stopped and asked me if I was okay. I told them the truth. That I was really sad and that crying helped it release. I was authentic. I didn’t pretend I was okay, because I wasn’t. One woman gave me a hug and reminded me that I would find a solution. I got to talk to her about her life and how she’d changed it. It was a gift, my vulnerability brought me her wisdom and kindness. I still remember her fondly.

What if we’re willing to be so vulnerable that we’re authentic. Ourselves no MATTER what. Real, raw, open.

What if that has more potency than perfection? Perfection is a result (an unrealistic one), where there is no improvement, change, expansion. Vulnerability opens doors and windows to our souls journey and it allows others in. Perfection cannot allow anyone in. If you allow them in while being perfect, your secrets will be exposed. With vulnerability there are no secrets.

Perfection is the high sugar, no nutrition version of being the self. It’s the, let me pretend I’m someone or something so the world doesn’t judge me.

Unfortunately for many of us, we’ve been punished, judged, ignored for being ourselves. That being who we are is a wrong, bad and offensive. Enough already!

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As she states, above, perfection is an unrealistic goal. Our culture bombards us with images of someone else’s idea of perfection. Who are they to speak for us? For you? For me? Chasing after the ‘perfection’ that is fed to us on a daily basis via our media is a futile effort. It wastes time and prevents all of us from growing. Blonde hair and perfect teeth are not the answer to all of your problems. YOU are the answer to all of your problems. Quit trying to be someone else’s idea of ‘perfect’. No such thing exists. Expansion and experience leads to more expansion and experience…and just think of the people you will meet along the way. Be YOU and no one else. Anything else is a waste of energy.