Spirits Around Us,
by Michael H. Brown, a brand new book
on the supernatural realities around us -- around every person. Read of
current encounters on deathbeds, in hospitals, in everyday life, in 'haunted'
settings that finally get a Catholic explanation (as even St. Augustine spoke of
their effect, and saints like Padre Pio saw them). Demons, angels, spirits of
the deceased, purgatorial souls, often affecting us in unseen, unsuspected ways
and dispelled through deep prayer in the Name of Jesus when we know how to do
so and approach them with Catholic faith, prayer, and love!
FROM BIZARRE SKIN DISORDERS TO GOVERNMENT ISLAND, MANY ARE THE UNANSWERED MYSTERIES
ďWe canít solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,Ē said Albert Einstein.
And, yet, we are doing just that, are we not: allowing the same governmental, corporate, and scientific mindset that has caused various mysteries and health threats to then handle the "remedies"?
And mysteries there are.
Vaccines. Autism. Morgellons.
Perhaps some are paranoid. Perhaps some are not. Unanswered questions abound in our times.
Mysteries, mysteries: Across America are those who claim they have a bizarre itching dermatological disorder that under a microscope seems to involve unusual, multi-colored fibers (this is "Morgellons syndrome") that protrude from the skin! What is Morgellons? Government scientists are investigating. Can we finally resolve this mystery -- and make sure things like chemicals (and genetic modifications) are not bizarrely manifesting? Some say it's "delusional parasitosis" -- the imagination "feeling" bugs that aren't really there; others simply label it "unexplained dermopathy." Still others argue that analyses have shown such fibers to be nothing known to animals, plants, humans, or the mineral world.
There is Lyme Disease. This widespread affliction -- which can mimic serious disorders like multiple sclerosis -- comes from a bite from deer ticks and got its name from Old Lyme, Connecticut, where it was first noticed and where cases seemed clustered, before fanning outward. There are those who note that Old Lyme is near Long Island Sound and not so far from the notorious and fabled secret government research center that had been known as the Plum Island Animal Disease Center, which is just off the Connecticut coast -- although no proof here, and it is now closed. But what about when it was open? A mystery. Noted Wikipedia: "As a diagnostic facility, scientists study more than forty foreign animal diseases and several domestic diseases, including hog cholera and African swine fever. Plum Island runs about 30,000 diagnostic tests each year. It operates Biosafety Level-3 Agriculture and BSL-2 laboratory facilities. The facility's research program includes developing diagnostic tools and biologicals (vaccines) for foot-and-mouth disease and other diseases of livestock. Plum Island's freezers also contain samples of polio and diseases that can be transferred from animals to humans."
Hmmm. We bring this up because mysteries seem another sign of our time. So does the over-meddling of science with the substances of life. Studies also conflict on vaccinations. A few months ago, what seemed like a definitive study discounted the link between vaccines and autism. Many feared that mercury in the vaccinations was damaging nerve cells. There are claims of other disorders as well. Now, another study says that autism is linked not just to vaccines and to the chemicals that may be in them but to ones that use cell lines derived from aborted human fetuses -- if true, an incredible "coincidence" or should we say "chastisement" (evil manifesting as the opposite of "live").
What are the health effects of injecting mercury (known in vaccines as thiomersal) directly into the bloodstream? Meanwhile, are vaccines -- as still others assert -- being used to cause infertility among those in the Third World (as new-world birth control)?
It has happened before. A mystery for sure. Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, the Rockefeller Foundation, and others could be quizzed on this, for they all seem keenly interested both in vaccines and population.
The questions in our time, many to do with the products of science, are endless: why do manufacturers not have to list genetically-modified contents on food labels (when they have to list everything else, including water)? And how did chemicals associated with genetically-engineered food find its way into human bloodstreams -- including those of pregnant women, as a recent study now shows? In placental blood. Does anyone know the effects? Why do many other toxic chemicals also show up in the human body? Can this really be safe? Are we not using toxic chemicals like water these days, especially in our food? In the house? Around the yard? Are they linked with the high cancer rate (which is also a bit of a mystery)? If cancer a natural part of life, and particularly aging, why wasn't it seen at such levels until recent decades (one out of three now get it) -- and why -- despite the fact that it also strikes young people -- is there no evidence of it in Egyptian mummies? The widely used herbicide "RoundUp" reportedly causes health effects in animals (and thus perhaps humans).
Why so many thousands of chemicals? What happens when they interact? Science -- held up as a god, or a new religion --owes many explanations, but seems to know far less than has been advertised.
Have they ever gotten to the bottom of the effects of x-rays, CAT scans, and other medical devices that use radiation? For that matter, do we really know that there is a "safe" level for anything that can provoke cancer?
Why are fish showing up mysteriously dead -- at least in some instances? And birds falling from the sky? Why are sharks dying off California and hemorrhaging even through their skin? What about the effect of electromagnetic waves (electricity, microwaves, WIFI, cell phones): has that been honestly tested?
In fact, while science has awed (and sometimes shocked) us these past few decades -- especially since 1969, when we landed on the moon, and also with admittedly impressive and indeed sometimes awesome advances in medicine -- does it really know a fraction as much as it has pretended? The view from here is that far too many mysteries remain. What is causing the shift in climate? What has happened to bee populations? Is government trying to manipulate the weather (as still others fret)?
Endless queries. How can there have been a "big bang" starting from nothing? How can evolution through random selection -- mutating genes -- the intricacies of human reproduction or the way so many, many things were formed to work together in nature or for that matter how the smallest organism came to be and functions? These were things that occurred as simple happenstance? Turtles with shells? Camels with humps? Can they possibly explain as 'chance" fish that have lanterns in the deep ocean? Can science explain the nature of beauty (and symmetry, such as two eyes)?
It's far easier to believe in God than to believe that millions of aspects to animals and humans and plants were all coincidental. Notes a viewer named Kevin W. Davis of Iowa: "Science is unable to capture the totally (or the whole) of the natural laws itís trying to observe, with its means of rational observation (a+b=c). Genius is not understanding the complexity of life, itís seeing the essence of what life is. Western science is a material science. It is real good at producing material stuff. But that doesnít mean it understands how nature works. If the current means of scientific observation were correct, you wouldnít have all of the problems we currently do: the ocean (mercury poisoning could cause a complete system collapse in twenty years), the greenhouse and the electromagnetic field (the bees pollinate seventy percent of our food using the electromagnetic field). Here are three major natural systems that our very lives are dependent on, heading towards collapse. Now if our system of science was compliant within the laws of nature, we would not be destroying the natural world that we live in. This is not order; it is chaos. The format of science is incapable of understanding the very nature itís trying to observe, because itís hindered by its method of observation, a+b=c. This method isolates physical environments (bacteria and viruses) and is confined to its very means observation. But it doesnít understand the whole and with this format you can create some very hazardous effects, for generations to come. Manís ego seeks to control, Godís Light illuminates manís mind. You can not understand the Laws of Nature, by omitting the author of those laws. This is like trying to solve a puzzle that doesnít exist."
Do we really even understand the origin of
such massive pockets of oil? Are we sure it has no role in the crust of the
earth? Do we even know for certain the character of the earth's core -- or
exactly how the sun functions? Has anyone really proven the age of many
famous fossils and prehistoric skulls?
The answer, surprisingly, is no. What we know is that many mysteries remain -- and that science may have created a number of them.
[resources: Tower of Light]
[Said the 1990 prophecy: "My greatest nemesis is science, even more so than the media. The science that alters life, the science which creates a counterfeit heaven, the science that toils with the womb and genes, the science that has filled the air with the power of the enemy, the science which creates chemical witchcraft and fouls the earth, the science which seeks to create life but cannot in actuality even sustain it, the science which has denied God. This will fall, and all of its creations with it."]
Elenin and planet
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