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Volume 27, Number 4 – 2/16/2024

Volume 27, Number 4 – 02/16/2024

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“The Awakened Way®”

Saturday, February 17th, 2024, 10:00 – 5:00 ET
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You are part of a much greater reality than the objective world we experience with our physical senses. As a soul in a human body, you have access to insights, guidance, and the awareness that you are so very loved. You have the natural ability to connect with those who exist beyond this physical dimension. It is your birthright to enjoy peace, happiness, and a sense of connection with all of creation.

Spend the day with former Navy Commander and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs-turned-evidential medium Suzanne Giesemann as she takes you through The 3 E’s of Awakened Living™.

She will:

(1)    Educate you about your multidimensional nature and use this
        Awareness to …

(2)   Experience Higher Consciousness yourself. You will then have the
        opportunity to personally …

(3)   Engage higher beings such as loved ones who have passed.

Enjoy the perfect balance of evidential stories, theory, and proven practical exercises to live “The Awakened Way®”–consciously connected and divinely guided moment to moment.

Join us February 17, 2024, as Suzanne Giesemann takes you through the 3 E’s of Awakened Living™. Be with us IN PERSON or via LIVESTREAM – and if you can’t be with us on the 17th you may watch the replay at your convenience. 
Have no doubts and have no fears
For these do hold you back
It’s only from a lack of faith
That you experience true lack
For what is faith, but knowing
That goes beyond belief
A deep inner conviction
That always brings relief
So many sit and worry
That they have not enough
That what they want won’t come to them,
That life is always tough.
It’s those who set aside the worry,
Those who banish all the doubt,
Who find that resting in the Truth
Does bring their dreams about.

By Suzanne Giesemann

Join us February 17th, 2024, In Person or via Livestream!
Coolfont Resort, 3621 Cold Run Valley Road, Berkeley Springs, WV
10:00 – 5:00 ET

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Suzanne Giesemann is a teacher of personal transformation, an author, and a medium who has been recognized on the Watkins’ list of the 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People. A former Navy Commander with a master’s degree in National Security Affairs, she served as a commanding officer and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. She now shares “The Awakened Way®”, a path to living a consciously connected and divinely guided life.
She has authored 13 books, 6 best-selling Hemi-Sync recordings, and YouTube videos reaching millions of viewers. She produces the Daily Way inspirational messages, “The Awakened Way®” app, and hosts the top ranking Messages of Hope podcast. She leads classes, workshops, and retreats, and serves as faculty with The Shift Network and Humanity’s Team. She is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle, a group of thought leaders from diverse disciplines who help support a global shift in consciousness.

Suzanne is known for her joyful, down-to-earth style of making deep spiritual concepts easy to understand. She laces her teaching with evidence-filled stories of the greater reality and practical tools that produce the personal experience of our multidimensional nature. Her messages bring hope and healing that go straight to the heart.

For more about Suzanne and her work, please visit

AI Breakthrough Rapidly Determines If an Antidepressant Will Work- New Atlas, February 7, 2024

Months of trial and error, as well as adverse side effects, in an effort to find the right antidepressant may soon be a thing of the past for those with major depressive disorder, with a novel artificial intelligence model able to determine a drug’s efficacy on an individual within just one week.

In the latest clinical application of AI, Amsterdam University Medical Center (UMC) and Radboud UMC researchers developed an algorithm that, based on patient MRI scans and other data, could determine if a particular antidepressant would be effective in the long run. While an estimated 11% of the US population has a prescription to manage their depression, around 60% won’t find a suitable medication on their first attempt. Because of the time invested and side effects experienced, this can be enough for many to not try a second, or third, time. Read more here.

Poll: Majority of Americans Believe COVID-19 Vaccines “Caused a Significant Number of Unexplained Deaths” – Natural News, February 2, 2024

A recent poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports reveals that 53 percent of American adults believe it is likely that side effects from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine have “caused a significant number of unexplained deaths.”

The survey, conducted between Jan. 7 and 9 on 1,133 American adults, shows a four-point increase from 2022 in the number of Americans who believe that the vaccines may be linked to unexplained deaths in the United States. More here.

Controversial Pfizer Vaccine Trials On Children Raise Concerns In Ukraine – SOTT, February 8, 2024

An employee at a Pfizer branch in Kyiv has exposed a shocking clinical trial conducted by the pharmaceutical company, resulting in the tragic deaths of over 40 Ukrainian children at the time of this revelation. These trials have been marred by severe violations of medical and ethical standards, raising alarming concerns.

Despite the discovery of these violations in the early stages of the trials and a distressingly high rate of hospitalizations and fatalities, Pfizer stubbornly persists in continuing these experiments. Read more here.

Ex-NASA Employee Slams Government for for “Folly, Arrogance, and Fully-Informed  Ignorance” – The Byte, February 9, 2024

A former NASA employee is sounding off on government short-sightedness — and, perhaps somewhat hyperbolically, comparing Congress to Rome.

In an editorial for NASA Watch, former Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) proposal manager Jeff Nosanov compared the agency’s recent layoffs, which affected eight percent of the lab’s employees, to other “historic mistakes” made by fallen empires. Read more here.

Lucid Dreaming Breakthrough Achieved as Researchers Report Successful Control of a Virtual Object While Sleeping – Debrief, February 7, 2024

The first two-way control of a virtual object by study participants while lucid dreaming has been documented, according to the findings of a new research effort.

Researchers with REMspace, a California startup, report that five participants in the recent study were successfully able to control a virtual Cybertruck while lucid dreaming, and even avoid obstacles that appeared on a screen. Read more here.

Fear of Ageing is Really a Fear of the Unknown and Modern Society is Making Things Worse – The Conversation, January 31, 2024

For the first time in human history, we have entered an era in which reaching old age is taken for granted. Unlike in ages past, when living to an older age was a luxury afforded mainly to the privileged, globally around 79% of women and 70% of men can expect to reach the age of 65 and beyond.

Despite longer life expectancy, many people in the contemporary west see growing old as undesirable and even scary. Research shows, however, that anxiety about ageing may in fact be fear of the unknown. Society’s focus on youthfulness and capability can cause anxiety about becoming weak and unwanted. Adverts for anti-ageing products are everywhere, reinforcing the idea that growing older is inherently unattractive. Read more here.

Gut Microbiome: Meet Asaccharobacter Celatus, The Brain Health Bug – The Conversation, February 9, 2024

There’s a great deal of interest from scientists and the public alike in how we can keep our minds sharp and our brains healthy as we get older. While some factors that increase the risk of dementia cannot be modified, including genetics, there are several factors we do have control over that evidence has shown can offer some protection against cognitive decline.

Research over recent years also suggests our gut bacteria may have a role in helping us maintain our brain health as we age. My own preliminary research suggests one gut bug in particular called Asaccharobacter celatus (A celatus) could be useful. Read more here.

A Little Ice Age Occurred Between the 14th and 19th Centuries – History Facts, February 11, 2024

Saber-toothed tigers and woolly mammoths weren’t roaming the Earth during the last ice age — Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were. A period of global cooling, known as the “Little Ice Age,” spanned the late Middle Ages through the Renaissance era, ending around the dawn of the Industrial Revolution in the mid-1800s. Some locations cooled down more than others, including northern Europe and western North America, which experienced temperature fluctuations between 1.8 and 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than the thousand-year averages for those regions. More here,

Spear Phishing vs Phishing: What Are The Main Differences? – Tech Republic, February 6, 2024

Threat actors love phishing because it works. It is particularly effective in cloud infrastructure—once they’re inside, they gain access to anything else related to that cloud.

According to Horne Security’s Cyber Security Report 2024, there were 1.6 billion potentially harmful emails sent during 2023. Almost half of them used phishing to obtain the passwords of users. This makes it by far the most common attack vector. But not all phishing is the same. Highly targeted phishing campaigns against specific individuals or types of individuals are known as spear phishing. More here.

Wake Up. You’re Being Invaded – Telegram, February 6, 2024

Cellphone tracking data of illegal immigration routes across the United States. More here.

New Dairy Reproduction Technologies on Horizon – Farm Progress, February 2, 2024

Agriculture has entered a new era of technology and data management. This includes evolving technology for managing reproduction and genetics on the dairy farm. Many people in the dairy industry will remember the days before genomic data, activity monitors for estrus detection, sexed semen and Ovsynch for timed artificial insemination. What was once comparable to the science fiction of “Star Trek” is now a part of everyday management practices. Looking ahead, what new technology might be on the horizon for managing reproduction and genetics? Read more here.

Whole Buildings Could Become Giant Batteries With Help of ‘Cenosphere’ Tech Breakthrough – Recharge, February 11, 2024

Buildings of the future could be transformed into batteries that store excess green power and backup the grid during blackouts, as scientists claimed a breakthrough in how to improve the efficiency and strength of such systems.

With the world having recently set its sights on tripling renewable energy generation by the end of the decade, the quest for new and innovative solutions to store power from wind and solar farms for when the wind isn’t blowing and sun isn’t shining has taken on a new level of urgency. Researchers say enabling structures to serve as green energy stores will complement wind and solar roll-out. More here.

Scientists Have Made a Record-Setting Fusion Energy Breakthrough – Vice, February 9, 2024

A lab in the U.K. has set a new record for the most amount of energy made from a fusion reaction. It lays the groundwork for the next generation of fusion reactors and is a tiny step closer to the dream of boundless clean energy. Read more here,

Biodegradable Sensor Monitors Levels of Pesticides via Direct Contact With Surface of Fruit and Vegetables – Phys Org, February 2, 2024

Researchers at the University of São Paulo (USP) and the Federal University of Viçosa (UFV) in Brazil have developed a sustainable sensor that can be placed directly on the surface of a vegetable or fruit to detect the presence of pesticides. Known for this reason as “plant-wearable,” it is made of cellulose acetate, a material derived from wood pulp. More here.

God Forbid Israelis Show Any Humanity to Innocent Palestinians in Gaza – HAARETZ, February 6, 2024

One of the most puzzling and saddening spectacles of the past few days is the sight of Jewish protesters at the Kerem Shalom crossing and the Ashdod Port, fighting like lions to ensure we do not fail in our inhumanity. They have joined the experts on evil on the TV panel shows, the print journalists advocating starving Gaza and, of all things, some hostage families and bereaved parents who have been overcome by concern for the fates of their loved ones and the pain of bereavement. More here.

Crisis at the NYT – The Consortium, February 15, 2024

It has been evident to many of us since the genocide in Gaza began Oct. 7 that Israel risked asking too much of those inclined to take its side. The Zionist state would ask what many people cannot give: It would ask them to surrender their consciences, their idea of moral order, altogether their native decency as it murders, starves and disperses a population of 2.3 million while making their land uninhabitable.

The Israelis took this risk and they have lost. We are now able to watch videos of Israeli soldiers celebrating as they murder Palestinian mothers and children, as they dance and sing while detonating entire neighborhoods, as they mock Palestinians in a carnival of racist depravity one would have thought beyond what is worst in humanity — and certainly beyond what any Jew would do to another human being. More here.

Death and Donations: Did the Israeli Volunteer Group Handling the Dead of October 7 Exploit Its Role? – HAARETZ, January 31, 2024

The Zaka volunteer group began collecting bodies in the devastated communities of southern Israel immediately after the Hamas attack, while the IDF sidelined soldiers trained to retrieve remains. An investigation reveals cases of negligence, misinformation and a fundraising campaign that used the dead as props. Read more here.

The Prejudice of Dr. Reiner Füllmich, An Analysis of The Case Against Him – The Expose, February 2, 2024

Reiner Füllmich should be silenced. He was locked up because of allegations made by his alleged colleagues on the Corona Committee: Justus Hoffmann, Marcel Templin and Antonia Fischer. They drafted an opulent criminal complaint, which ultimately enabled Füllmich to be arrested and deprived of his freedom, which continues to this day.

Of the many accusations that Hoffmann and his accomplices had woven into their suspicions, some of which were clearly false, only one accusation remained for the criminal proceedings in the current partial opening: Dr. Füllmich is said to have embezzled 700,000 euros and used it for his own purposes. A bizarre accusation, because there are contracts and receipts for the 700,000 euros. More here.

Execution as Advertisement: Killing Kenneth Smith – CounterPunch, February 2, 2024

Kenneth Smith was executed by the state of Alabama for a contract killing. He was paid by a pastor to murder his wife. The state of Alabama paid an execution squad to strap Kenneth Smith to a death gurney, clamp a mask over his face, and suffocate him to death with nitrogen gas. Smith thrashed and convulsed for at least four minutes as the nitrogen squeezed the oxygen out of his lungs. What is the message here?

Nitrogen hypoxia was touted as an efficient and humane method of killing humans. Compared to what? The lynchings of 340 people that took place in Alabama between 1877 and 1943? The electric chair? Hanging? Firing squad? Lethal injection, which the state previously used to try to kill Smith and failed? It took Kenneth Smith at least 22 minutes to die, gasping for breath, his stomach heaving, vomiting into his gas mask. Is this the new definition of humane? Is 22 minutes to death a new measure of efficiency? More here.

Blackmail System Used to Corrupt and Control Politicians – The Epoch TV, February 5, 2024

Blackmail is allegedly a serious problem in Washington, and elected officials are being baited into compromising situations that are then used to influence them. This is according to claims coming out of Washington. These claims also echo concerns raised over the use of honey traps by regimes like the CCP, and from others. More here.

Executive Order 10990 – Telegram, February 7, 2024

The original Executive orders were put into place a long time ago! Was posted before but for the newbies, listen here.

Border Deception: How the US and UN Are Quietly Running the Border Crisis – Epoch TV, February 15, 2024

America’s border crisis is not organic. Behind the nearly 4.9 million illegal immigrants who entered the United States since President Joe Biden took office are criminal cartels, orchestration from the United Nations, and financing from the U.S. government. And while taxpayers are being told that local law enforcement and the National Guard are working to resolve the crisis, in reality, they’re being used to funnel migrants to networks of non-governmental organizations, who then traffic them for resettlement throughout the country. Watch here.

Tucker Carlson and Vladimir Putin Interview: What President Putin Really Said – Global Research, February – February 12, 2024

First, much credit is due to both Tucker Carlson and Vladimir Putin for having agreed to speak to each other – or rather President Putin speaking to Tucker, as it was a lesson in Russian history and Russian culture and Russian soul, that President Putin gave not only to Tucker, but to the rest of the western world, most of whom have no clue what Russia is, and what makes Russia tick.

Tucker shared his reflections straight after his interview with Putin… More here.

Western Diplomacy ‘Primitive’ – Moscow – SOTT, February 12, 2024

Russians have had to dumb down their speeches at the UN so other countries can understand them…

Russian diplomats perceive their Western counterparts’ approach to international affairs to be “quite primitive,” Moscow’s deputy permanent representative to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, has said. Moscow’s representatives are not certain what caused this, but have simplified their messaging in response, he added.

Polyansky made remarks about the quality of the Western diplomatic corps in an interview with RIA Novosti published on Monday, based on his personal experience at the UN. He expressed concern about Anglophone speakers at the forum selectively ignoring the context of particular situations for their own benefit. Read more here.

1 in 3 People Are Lonely. Will AI Help, or Make Things Worse? – The Conversation, January 7, 2024

ChatGPT has repeatedly made headlines since its release late last year, with various scholars and professionals exploring its potential applications in both work and education settings. However, one area receiving less attention is the tool’s usefulness as a conversationalist and – dare we say – as a potential friend.

Some chatbots have left an unsettling impression. Microsoft’s Bing chatbot alarmed users earlier this year when it threatened and attempted to blackmail them. Read more here.

Dear British Government, It Is Tme to Wake Up to the UFO Reality – SOTT, February 5, 2024

In recent years, the government of the United States has been treating Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP, previously known as UFOs) as an increasingly serious and bipartisan issue.

While almost silent on the issue today, the UK government has given UAP serious attention in the past. Read more here.

“Spermageddon”: Average Sperm Count More Than Halved Between 1973 and 2018 – Human Reproduction Update Journal, February 7, 2024

Further research is needed to investigate potential contributing factors, such as lifestyle, environmental factors, and chemical exposure, the report stated. More here.

Small, Long-Nosed Dog Breeds Live Longer, Study Reveals – The Guardian, February 1, 2024

Every dog has its day – but some clock up more years than others. Now research has revealed that when it comes to longevity, small, long-nosed breeds are top dog, while flat-faced ones are more at risk of an early death.

Once size, face shape and sex were taken into account researchers found that overall small, long-nosed female dogs tended to have the longest lifespans among pure breeds, notching up a median of 13.3 years.. Read more here.

What Percentage of the $BILLIONS the U.S. Sends to Ukraine Funds Child Trafficking, Organ Harvesting and Bioweapon Vaccine Development? – Health Impact News, February 14, 2024

Russian Soldiers Discover “Baby Factories” in Ukraine where Young Children are Grown for Child Sex Brothels and for Organ Harvesting

The other issue that has been exposed in Ukraine since the war broke out, is how the U.S. Government has worked together with Big Pharma to setup laboratories in Ukraine to research biological weapons and vaccines, using children who were medically kidnapped to serve as guinea pigs to develop these pharmaceutical products of mass destruction. ‘More here,

Genes Aren’t Actually The Blueprint of Life, Experts Say – Futurism, February 6, 2024

We are at the beginning of a profound re-thinking of how life works.”

Since the human genome was first sequenced, popular science has dictated that genes act as a blueprint for life — but the reality, experts are now arguing, is much more complex and beautiful.

In a new book titled “How Life Works: A User’s Guide to the New Biology,” British science writer and author Phillip Ball writes that the modern conception of genes as hard-and-fast cogs in the machine of life doesn’t at all jive with what geneticists have learned in the intervening years: that life is a messy mystery, and the genetics encoding it are its enigmatic and chaotic instruments. Read more here.

Duke Professor Welcomes the “Promising” Future of Employers Reading Your Brain – Futurism, February 3, 2024

Are you ready for “brain transparency?” That’s the question posed in a lecture given by Duke University professor Nita Farahany at this year’s annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. And she doesn’t mean your head looking like one of those see-through fish at the bottom of the ocean.

Instead, Farahany, a high-profile scholar and legal ethicist focused on emerging tech, rather glibly predicts a future in which corporations and governments will be able to read your mind. In fact, that technology — the “ability to decode brainwave activity” — is already here, she claims. Read more here.

The Desperate Failing Plan for a New American Century – The Reese Report, February 7, 2024

On January 16th of 1991, as the Soviet Union was collapsing and the cold war coming to an end, George H.W. Bush publicly announced a new campaign of American dominance which he called, the New World Order.

Vladimir Putin told Oliver Stone that in the year 2000 he asked President Clinton if Russia could join NATO, which he said made the American delegation very nervous. They were not interested in world peace. They had different plans. More here.
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“In The War Of Propaganda, It Is Very Difficult To Defeat The United States” – Caitlin Johnstone, February 11, 2024

The US empire has by far the most sophisticated and effective propaganda machine ever to have existed, operating with such complexity that most people don’t even know it exists.

One under-appreciated moment from Tucker Carlson’s recent interview with Vladimir Putin came after Putin implied that NATO powers were behind the 2022 bombing of the Nord Stream pipeline. Carlson responded by asking why Putin wouldn’t present evidence of this to the world, so as to “win a propaganda victory.”  More here.

Quick-Thinking Flight Attendant and Passengers Save 6 Flamingo Eggs Aboard Flight – Good News Network, February 12, 2024

Alaska Airlines flight attendant Amber May has had some unusual requests in her 10 years of flying, but being asked to help save some flamingo eggs just about topped them all.

“A passenger rang the call button and asked if I would help keep some eggs warm,” May said in a release from the company. Responding to the zookeeper’s plea for help, May promptly filled rubber gloves with warm water which the keeper used as a makeshift nest to keep the eggs warm; May continued to supply water-filled gloves as needed throughout the entire flight as the water inside became tepid. To provide extra insulation for the eggs, passengers seated nearby gave up their coats and scarves. Read more here,
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