Thursday, July 16, 2015

Sphere Alliance Message #18 - Portals Part 2

Our friends couldn't wait to send this one.  I am going to do this right away.

16 July 2015

They were tapping on the top of my head, so I cleared my space and declared that I only accept messages of pure, absolute, unconditional love and truth.

Yes, we tapped. We ask you and your friends to play a little game with us.  This won’t take long and may help you remember how to use your local portals.  

Yes, indeed we said that there can be hundreds of portals in one square mile... that may seem like a lot but when you imagine the places and we mean ‘places’ you can go, the possibilities are endless.

Take a walk around your home.  Feel the energy.  Ask the portals where they are.  Do you see strange animal activity? A lot of birds or rabbits? If you are in the dense city, do you see a doorway that seems out of place that you have not seen before.  Clean, freshly painted, maybe exotic looking?  In the woodlands is there a stream, a river, a pond or a lake nearby.  If you are near the ocean, you are near too many portals to even count.  Portals are not just found near water.  Unusual rock formations? Tunnels in the trees?  Kudzu, you laugh!  Some of the best portals are hidden in Kudzu.  Those don’t even need to be guarded!

Me: I feel your laughter.

Yes this is fun.  Let us ask you to search your own domain.  Each and everyone of you who reads this message.  Look for a portal.  You will know it when you ‘feel’ it.  You thought we were going to say ‘see’ it?  Ha Ha 

For those who have eyes to see, you will indeed see a portal. 

Make a note of those that you find.  Map them if you desire and then imagine where the portals might lead.  They may lead you on the greatest adventure and they just may lead you home.  It is all up to you.

Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US "Created" ISIS As A "Tool" To Overthrow Syria's President Assad

Its always about oil and money isn't it?  A friend of mine in Capetown once remarked the worst thing an African country can be is rich in valuable minerals, given the international meddling that occurs. It is never conducive to personal freedom.  -AK

PS: Check out the staged ISIS video hacked from John McCain's staffer's computer...

Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US "Created" ISIS As A "Tool" To Overthrow Syria's President Assad

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/24/2015 15:20 -0400

From the first sudden, and quite dramatic, appearance of the fanatical Islamic group known as ISIS which was largely unheard of until a year ago, on the world's stage and which promptly replaced the worn out and tired al Qaeda as the world's terrorist bogeyman, we suggested that the "straight to beheading YouTube clip" purpose behind the Saudi Arabia-funded Islamic State was a simple one: use the Jihadists as the vehicle of choice to achieve a political goal: depose of Syria's president Assad, who for years has stood in the way of a critical Qatari natural gas pipeline, one which could dethrone Russia as Europe's dominant - and belligerent - source of energy, reaching an interim climax with the unsuccessful Mediterranean Sea military build up of 2013, which nearly resulted in quasi-world war.

The narrative and the plotline were so transparent, even Russia saw right through them. Recall from September of last year:
If the West bombs Islamic State militants in Syria without consulting Damascus, LiveLeak reports that the anti-ISIS alliance may use the occasion to launch airstrikes against President Bashar Assad’s forces, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Clearly comprehending that Obama's new strategy against ISIS in Syria is all about pushing the Qatar pipeline through (as was the impetus behind the 2013 intervention push), Russia is pushing back noting that the it is using ISIS as a pretext for bombing Syrian government forces and warning that "such a development would lead to a huge escalation of conflict in the Middle East and North Africa."
But it's one thing to speculate; it's something entirely different to have hard proof.

And while speculation was rife that just like the CIA-funded al Qaeda had been used as a facade by the US to achieve its own geopolitical and national interests over the past two decades, so ISIS was nothing more than al Qaeda 2.0, there was no actual evidence of just this.

That may all have changed now when a declassified secret US government document obtained by the public interest law firm, Judicial Watch, shows that Western governments deliberately allied with al-Qaeda and other Islamist extremist groups to topple Syrian dictator Bashir al-Assad.

Stellarization comes with increasing accelerations of consciousness openings

Stellarization comes with increasing accelerations of consciousness openings
by ÉirePort

Stellarization comes with increasing accelerations of consciousness openings.

Hue-Beings are particularly affected with these and will lead to openings in all of hu-manity.

Force - nestings are common at this time.

Encounterings on Higher Dimensions are the norm.

Fetterings are released as hu-manity recognizes links of bondage.

Sparkles of "Golden Age" return to Gaia.

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Beat the dog before the lion: Varoufakis accuses Schäuble of sacrificing Greece

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis (Reuters / Jean-Paul Pelissier)
AK note: ★ Obscure English Idiom Alert ★ - "Beat the dog before the lion".  I honestly had to look this one up, leave it to literate Russians at  RT.COM to come up with this obscure English Idiom! This is not 8th grade dumbed down English from David Wilcock's Divine Cosmos blog that's for sure. I actually like something that causes me to think.  Here's what it means... "To take out one's frustrations on someone or something else with lower consequences."  In short, "a whipping boy". The Chinese have a similar saying: 杀鸡儆猴 (shā jī jǐng hóu) "killing the chicken to warn the monkeys". The word monkey in the Chinese is interesting given that bankers call humanity "dumb monkeys".  The reference of where this English idiom began is here:  I have included the relevant passage below:
It describes the situation Wolfgang Schäuble is putting Greece into.
This could also be a clever Russian message to Greece and a play on words with the name of German Finance Minister, Wolfgang Schäuble.  Wolfgang means in Latin LUPAMBULUS,  literally "path of the Wolf" or "Lone Wolf".  And of course a dog is just a domesticated wolf.  Two implications from this... That Wolfgang Schäuble is a lone wolf, and that the raging beast of a Lion he's working for is not really Germany or the EU, but the private bankers behind it all.  So to "Beat the Wolf before the Lion" would be to humiliate the barking dog, so the lion (the privately owned central banks) get the message they are next.   
Keep in mind no lawful money was ever put at risk by the bankers, they simply used the value of Greeks without their knowledge, loaned it back to them at interest, and then called them and several other Mediterranean countries lazy PIIGS. But who in reality never put an ounce of value into the debt bubble that this alleged debt created? The same bankers who are so quick to punish Greece.  This was made quite clear in the Paradigm Report of 2012. What is at risk is a 1000 to 1 inverted pyramid of derivatives and credit default swaps that these bankers have built upon the backs of Greeks.  The responsibility of that financial wizard bit of gambling resides solely with the bankers, not the Greek people.  But like any gambling house... its seems the House always wins... -AK
Beat the dog before the lion: Varoufakis accuses Schäuble of sacrificing Greece

Published time: July 15, 2015 21:19 

Freshly out of the Greek Finance Minister’s chair, Yanis Varoufakis has declared that his German counterpart Wolfgang Schäuble wants to punish Greece – sacrificing it to reform the monetary union.

In his article for Die Zeit, Varoufakis said that the goal of the German finance minister is to "discipline member states who opposed his very special plan to reform the eurozone by sharpening the social crisis in a controlled way.” Grexit proposed by Schäuble is therefore only a tool.

One of the final aims of Schäuble is, according to Varoufakis, to supervise budget policy of the eurozone member states with a special structure which will be able to impose a veto on national budgets.

The Greek ex-finance minister wrote that Schäuble and other hardliners had told him at his first meeting of eurozone finance ministers that "elections change nothing."

“That infringes basic principles of western liberal democracy,” concluded Varoufakis. "The consistency with which Dr. Schäuble advocates for a political union that contradicts the basic principles of a democratic federation is striking."

Last week German Finance Minister proposed a plan for an interim Grexit – from his point of view, Greece needed to leave the eurozone for five years to restructure its debt.

Wolfgang Schäuble has been the Minister of Finance of Germany since 2009 and is an advocate of strict budget discipline for the eurozone member states. Twice he was a Federal Minister of the Interior and once – in 1998-2000 he held position of chairman of the CDU but had to resign after a party financing scandal.

Yanis Varoufakis was a Greek finance minister after radical left coalition Syriza won elections on January 25. On July, 6 he resigned after the Greeks voted against new bailout deal with creditors. Varoufakis explained that his negotiation partners didn’t want to hold talks with him, and he described the bailout deal as "a new Versailles Treaty." The Treaty of Versailles demanded huge reparations be paid by Germany after its defeat in World War One.

Despite the success of a referendum in which the Greek people voted against a bailout agreement, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras signed a new deal with creditors. According to the terms of the bailout, Greece will receive €82-86 billion for three years after passing new austerity measures. Now the Prime Minister is facing opposition from his own coalition Syriza as well as public outrage.

Last week German Finance Minister proposed a plan for an interim Grexit – from his point of view, Greece needed to leave the eurozone for five years to restructure its debt.

Wolfgang Schäuble has been the Minister of Finance of Germany since 2009 and is an advocate of strict budget discipline for the eurozone member states. Twice he was a Federal Minister of the Interior and once – in 1998-2000 he held position of chairman of the CDU but had to resign after a party financing scandal.

Read more: No to ‘EU colony’: Tsipras faces opposition from govt & people against bailout deal

Greece crisis: Treasury backs use of UK cash
to help kick-start Athens’ economy

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (Reuters/Alkis Konstantinidis)

Greece crisis: Treasury backs use of UK cash to help kick-start Athens’ economy
Published time: July 15, 2015 15:04

Britain’s Treasury department has approved the use of EU-wide funds to alleviate Greece’s debt crisis, despite Chancellor George Osborne insisting the eurozone should foot its own bill, it has emerged.

Anonymous sources told Sky News on Wednesday the Treasury will support the use of British cash as part of a bridging loan to Greece, on the condition there is an indemnity against the UK losing any money.

The revelation comes as the European Commission (EC) said it will use funds from the European Financial Stability Mechanism (EFSM) to lend Greece €7bn (£5bn) in short-term financing. The emergency funding program draws on money from all EU member states.

The UK’s exposure under the EFSM could amount to £1bn, economists claim.

Their estimates follow Chancellor George Osborne’s meeting with EU officials on Monday in which he said British money would not be used as part of any emergency lending for Greece.

Osborne told eurozone leaders the group must honor a previous agreement that the EFSM would not be used for further bailouts.

In 2010, Prime Minister David Cameron secured a “clear and unanimous agreement” that the EFSM would not be used for future eurozone bailouts after it was used to assist Ireland and Portugal.

At the time, Cameron pushed for members of the single currency to share responsibility for their own debt crises.

A Downing Street spokesman told the Guardian on Monday that the 2010 agreement still stands.

Despite concerns over the use of British funds in an emergency loan, experts speaking to the EU Financial Affairs Committee at the House of Lords on Wednesday agreed the risk posed by Greece to the UK is not significant.

“The direct implications to the UK are very small,” economist Roger Bootle told the panel.

“In this regard we are suffering a disservice from our media, who continually report this as an enormous crisis which threatens a financial disaster,” he said.

“The implications to the UK are small because our exports share going to Greece is very, very small, and banks have substantially reduced their exposure to Greece … so I don’t think there would be any major impact via the rest of the Eurozone.”
Unsustainable debt

Greece’s parliament is preparing to vote on the controversial bailout program on Wednesday, a day after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told Greek national television he signed “a text that I do not believe in, but that I am obliged to implement.”

The vote comes as a leaked report first seen by Reuters, reveals the IMF warned the EU that Greece may need a full moratorium on debt payments for 30 years and perhaps even subsidies in order to return to economic growth.

“The dramatic deterioration in debt sustainability points to the need for debt relief on a scale that would need to go well beyond what has been under consideration to date,” the confidential document states.

Greece’s Debt to GDP ratio is predicted to rise to 200 percent over the next two years - a level economists across the globe warn is unsustainable.

The IMF will not take part in any EU bailout for Greece unless Germany and other European creditors agree to large-scale debt relief, according to the leaked report seen by Reuters.

Although EU officials were aware of the report during negotiations with Greece, they still insisted on harsh austerity measures devoid of debt forgiveness.

The IMF report appears to support what debt relief campaigners have been saying for some time.

Economist Tim Jones of the Jubilee Debt Campaign described the Greek bailout deal reached on Monday as reminiscent of emergency lending offered to developing nations during the 1980s and 1990s.

“This is not an agreement but an outrageous imposition on the Greek people. If implemented, it will continue the five-year long crisis in the Greek economy since the first disastrous bailout of European banks in 2010 for another decade or more,” he said.

“At the heart of it is a lie from eurozone leaders that ‘nominal haircuts on the debt cannot be undertaken’. They can, they should and they must.”

The director of the campaign group Global Justice Now, Nick Dearden, condemned the EU agreement as resembling imperialism.

“The deal that Greece has agreed to has nothing to do with a democratic union of countries, but rather resembles the imperial politics of the 19th century,” he said.

“Is it so unthinkable to put the rights and livelihoods of ordinary people ahead of threatening the interests of the banks? The European governments and institutions seem to think so.”

“The lives and rights of millions of Greeks, and now the very existence of the EU as a democratic union, come a poor second to the economic fundamentalism of Merkel and the Troika.”

A group of economists, financial lawyers and political scientists speaking to the House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Committee on Wednesday were divided over how important debt relief is to Greece’s economic recovery.

Economics Professor Richard Portes of London Business School pointed out that Greece has already experienced “substantial” debt relief by means of extending maturities and lowering interest rates.

While he accepted the “debt overhang” is still great, he said that as long as debt repayments are not excessive the issue of debt relief or debt reduction is not a priority.

But Professor Rosa Maria Lastra of Queen Mary University told peers Greece’s bailout packages were not providing debt relief because the money was being used to repay private creditors.
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