MastersConnection 2020
Issue 278 In This Issue February 11th, 2012

Editors Corner

How to show your love? With Valentine’s Day around the corner, have you thought about how you will share the true sentiment of the day with those you love? Last week we brought you a very special new teaching on love from Ramtha, if you missed it, look it up on our website: Yes, we do have a website. We heard through the grapevine that some of our readers still don’t know we are not just a newsletter. All of our newsletters are archived on the website, but we have lots of other great information and services you don’t get in the newsletter. Click here to check it out for yourself.

Following up last week's Valentine's theme, we are sharing a second story from Rev. Dr. Richard Banach, Mary's "Exquisite" Call Home : Our Fairy Tale Love Story. Truly beautiful Click here

Terri Simpson is getting ready to garden and so should you. In the northern hemisphere it is preparation time for planting. Terri has a great check list for tools and gardening supplies you will need this year and need to make room to store in your safe place. Ready, set, garden. And a word to those of you in the Southern Hemisphere, print out this check list, make sure you have all these items in your storage for next year and beyond.  Click here

The newsletter this week is packed with science, science and more science. “Just say no to GMO’s” . You will want to learn about the “FrankenFood” that is changing your DNA. Even the wine you drink is being altered to modify the signals your cells receive. Be informed so you can make wise decisions about your food.  Click here

Did you know our friend, Steve Klein, is blogging on He is doing a great service for the local community. This week he highlighted the preparedness experts you will recognize as advertisers in We are so fortunate to have so many individuals that take preparedness seriously and serve the needs of the masters’ community locally and worldwide. Click here

Phoenix Rising School shares a sweet story of focused minds working together. Those little guys are so powerful. Do you ever wish you had known at their age what they know now? I do. They have no doubt. The future belongs to these precious beings! Click here

Next week is a big event at RSE. Many of you will be at the retreat or streaming from your living rooms. We will not have a newsletter next week, but we will be back the following week.

On Valentine’s Day, and every day, know that you are loved.   Till we meet again

A Month for Planning the Garden
By Teri Simpson of Optimum Preparedness

So we're into February. Of 2012. Are we all ready for December 21st? No? Not quite? OK, I'm just giving you a hard time.

February is the perfect time to plan what you are doing with your garden, with your seeds, with your gardening tools. Some of you have probably been gardening for years, some not so much. Others may live in an apartment or condo, and have been thinking of doing some container gardening.

February is the month to do the pondering, the planning, the dreaming. For me, I need to replace my raised beds, and bring in all new garden soil. I have some seeds from the last 2 or 3 years (and some from 1993 when I bought a whole lot of seeds – some still sprout, some not quite so much). Now is a good time to take stock of your gardening implements – your shovels, rakes, hoes and other favored tools. It's a time to gather up all the hand tools that may have become scattered around various places on your property.

If you are crazy-efficient, you could clean all your tools. Take wire brushes and get all the dirt (and rust if any) off of them. Sharpen the shovels or take them to the lawn mower shop and let them sharpen them. You could give the handles of your shovels, rakes and hoes a light sanding and a coat of linseed oil (I have been meaning to get to that for YEARS!).

So, this month, I will be drawing out a plan for the raised beds I am going to build. I have to use raised beds because I live on a gravel pit. Some people have deep loamy soil that they can rototill. Not me. I have rocks, rocks and then a bit of sand between more rocks (but I have excellent drainage :o) So I go with raised beds. The thing is, almost anywhere is the perfect place to grow some kind of garden, even if it is very small. The experience is priceless and is very fulfilling

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Mary’s “Exquisite” Call Home
Our Fairy Tale Love Story
The Rev. Dr. Richard W. Banach D. Min. ©2012

Mary and Richard on their 52nd wedding anniversary, January 10, 2011, a mere four months before Mary was called home.

It happened at the golden hour, 7 PM, just as Ramtha was seen on live stream TV, coming through the door of the Great Hall. (May 20, 2011) For several days, Mary was in a twilight zone of anticipation, only breathing about 10 to 12 breaths a minute. Upon hearing his music being played before his entrance, it suddenly increased. It’s was as if she was trying to go to be with him in her terrestrial body, but couldn’t. So she left it behind, and instead went in her celestial body. She was determined to go home, to be with him. “Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.”(Luke 23:43) Jesus proclaimed the truth. Her focus card envisioned it. So, she went to be with him, and all the saints in glory, while the rest of us watched Ramtha come through the door of the Great Hall, on our computer screens!

Sunday Morning 11 AM. I am now sitting in that Great Hall, a mere six weeks later. (July 3, 2011) It is filled with students attending Ram’s Assay. He has just left the stage and is walking around the Great Hall, teaching as he walks. lovingly being present to everyone. The spiritual atmosphere is pungent with love. He’s now walking up the center aisle towards where Mary and I sat the last time she was physically in the Great Hall. (November 15, 2010)I’m getting goose bumps. My heart pounds. I heat up. It’s about to become a holy moment; a moment of personal privilege. He comes close. Pauses. Speaks softheartedly.

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Our Valentine to you
From: Staff of MastersConnection2020

all this time
the sun never says to the earth,
"You owe me."
what happens
with a love like that -
It lights the whole world.

TED Talks
Jane Fonda: Life's third act

BBC Horizon
Parallel Universes

The concept of parallel universes is supported by the Many Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics (MWI), which posits that all possible alternative histories and futures are real, each representing an actual "world" (or "universe").

Earth Watch

Emergency and Disaster Information Service
Emergency and Disaster Information Service
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'Lost World' reached: 20 million yr old Antarctic lake 'drilled'
After 30 years spent drilling through a four-kilometer-thick ice crust, researchers have finally broken through to a unique subglacial lake. Scientists are set to reveal its 20-million-year-old secrets, and imitate a quest to discover ET life.
The Vostok project breathes an air of mystery and operates at the frontiers of human knowledge. The lake is one of the major discoveries in modern geography; drilling operations at such depths are unprecedented; never before has a geological project required such subtle technologies.
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MOON-MARS: Mars is approaching Earth for a close encounter in early March. Already the Red Planet is five times brighter than a 1st-magnitude star. Last night it appeared next to the Moon, where the children of Swedish astrophotographer P-M Hedén saw it beaming through the evening mist:

"It was a very cold evening, but my children decided to come along with me to get a nice view of the Moon and Mars rising over a frozen lake," says Heden. "It was worth standing in the cold mist to see this. Now the children are in front of the stove, warm and nice again."
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2011 earthquakes WORLDWIDE
plotted and animated
Steve Klein's Blog

Local Preparedness Resources
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On The Lighter Side

Chinese Hands
It is truly beautiful. Very magical to watch.
Lasts four and a half spellbinding minutes. Enjoy.

Community Calendar

We do love to hear from you especially about community events that you think our readers ought to know about. So, thanks and keep the info flowing.

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February 11th @ 6pm:  Conversations with Father Miceal
This event will be the SECOND of a series of 6 teachings by Father Miceal that you will NOT want to miss.
When: This Saturday, 2/11/2012 at 6 pm.
There is no set time limit for any of Father's teachings. Come prepared to stay awhile, and learn a lot!
Where: Center For The Arts building, in Rainier. The building is immediately behind the Signature Service Real Estate office,
on the southwest corner of Highway 507 and Minnesota Street.
Important Attendance Details:
$35.00 Contribution Requested.
Very limited seating available. YOU MUST RESERVE A SEAT IN ADVANCE TO BE ADMITTED.
Please bring a dish to share. Wine and/or pipe is encouraged, if desired.
TO RESERVE A SEAT or ask a question, send an email to:
Future event dates :
Sat Feb 11
Sunday March 4
Sunday April 1
Sat April 21
Sat April 28

February 13th:  Yelm Food Co-op Inventory Reduction Sale
HUGE Inventory Reduction Sale! Starting Monday February 13
Come by and shop for a wide variety of great sale items!
Health and beauty aids, Nutritional supplements, Delicious snacks, Delectable foods.  Add healthy, natural products to your home at terrific sale prices!

February 13th @ 7pm:  Seed Saving Classes Offered by South Sound Seed Stewards
Learn the art and science of growing and saving your own vegetable seeds. Classes offered by the South Sound Seed Stewards begin on Feb. 13th 2012. The group meets at 7pm the second Monday of each month at the Yelm Adult Community Center, 16530 103rd Ave., Yelm. Visit the website for complete information or contact

February 18th @ 5pm:  Art signing at Mariachi Alegre by Marcy Deutsch
Marcy Deutsch, a local autistic artist, will be having an art signing at Mariachi Alegre on Saturday, February 18th at 5pm
Click here for directions

Something to Ponder

Beauty of Mathematics

RSE Newsletter

Superconsciousness Magazine Publisher Jair Robles – “Hijacking Modern Democracies”
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Ramtha predicted Europe to freeze south to Pyrenees Mountains
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Science: Why ‘Create Your Day’® is important in your daily life
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Predictions Coming True

Don't Believe in UFOs? Watch This!
Recent Mass UFO Sightings 2011

Europe's Big Freeze
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Something Worth Knowing

How GMO foods alter organ function...

Wines made with GMO yeast hit the market this year

The United States' first wines made using a genetically modified wine yeast will be released this year, but critics say the GM yeast has not been properly safety tested and could contaminate non-GM wine crops.

According to Napa Valley, Calif., resident Erica Martenson, an opinion writer for the Napa Valley Register, a few winemakers' decision to use GM yeast -- ML01 -- could affect American wine consumers and the U.S. wine economy.

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Planet vs Mercury

Upper atmosphere facilitates changes that let mercury enter food chain

Humans pump thousands of tons of vapor from the metallic element mercury into the atmosphere each year, and it can remain suspended for long periods before being changed into a form that is easily removed from the atmosphere.

New research shows that the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere work to transform elemental mercury into oxidized mercury, which can easily be deposited into aquatic ecosystems and ultimately enter the food chain.

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Phoenix Rising School

“I am 1,000 percent behind this school.” - Ramtha

Practical Applications for Remote Viewing: The Story of Sydney’s Glasses

“Consciousness can operate beyond the brain, body, and the present, as hundreds of experiments and millions of testimonials affirm. Consciousness cannot, therefore, be identical with the brain.” – Dr. Larry Dossey, The Science of Premonitions

A pair of broken glasses with a missing lens. That was the challenge facing the students in Neil Kaber’s science class on Friday, February 3rd.  Sydney Jorgenson, an active eight year old, had come in from recess minus the lens and was visibly upset. “At one point I noticed that Sydney had her head down on the desk and was near tears,” says Jan Ferrari, Educational Assistant for the PRS elementary students. “Sydney and her grandparents have struggled for years to keep track of her glasses. This is a tough assignment for a busy, active child who runs, plays, and hangs upside down a lot.”

Fortunately for Sydney, both she and her classmates have received extensive training in the art of remote viewing, both as a stand-alone activity and as an integrated part of their academic curriculum. The idea that it is possible to know where – or what – something is through a simple act of focus is a natural one for them. So when there was a break in the science class while Neil soldered a few wires for their projects, Jan “suggested that we all take a break and go out to the swing area where Sydney thought she had broken her glasses and lost her lens.  Everyone jumped up and raced out to the swing area.”

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