MastersConnection 2020
Issue 280 In This Issue March 3rd, 2012

Editors Corner

Breaking News! At press time there are 30+ tornado warnings in the eastern half of the US.  Already today 50 tornados wreaked  havoc on the unsuspecting populations. Towns that woke this morning have been wiped off the face of the earth. Did you remote view this? Dutchsinse warned about the HAARP rings in a video I watched last night. His predictions turned out to be the exact locations of the super cells that struck today and at this moment are headed toward New York and Washington DC. If you are in the path of the storms, we pray that you are safe and secure.

After everyone has been rescued from the storm, I want to know what the HAARP rings had to do with this devastation. What are they? Who is creating them? Why? If any of our readers understand this phenomenon, please share your knowledge with us.

This week’s MastersConnection2020 newsletter is filled with our regular Earth Watch and Political Watch features.  There is science for novices and aspiring scientists. We have stories of survival preparedness in all types of climates and natural environments.  Explore the healing Power of Nature through the eyes of Dr. Andrew Iversen, a native of Yelm, WA.
Ever feel like other people suck your energy right out of you? Read the Remedy of the Week  and learn to protect yourself.

Be sure and notice the articles and stories shared by MC2020.com readers. We love it when you send us your experiences to share with our community of like-minds. It is nice to know that you are using your great mind to accomplish amazing and heartwarming experiences. Click Here

Phoenix Rising School is creating a production of “Mama Mia” and is looking for volunteers to help. The show is March 15, so call them now to offer your services and show your support. Click Here

I am so excited to make this next announcement. Phoenix Rising School is hosting a lecture by Bess Koffman, PHD Candidate, University of Maine this Tuesday evening at 7PM. Her topic will be Using Arctic Ice Cores to Understanding Climate Change. This is especially exciting to me because I remember being at an event many years ago when Ramtha encouraged Bess as a very young girl to seek an education. He knew she would make a difference in the world, and as usual, he was right. Click Here for Flyer

We here at MC2020.com are celebrating the one year anniversary of taking over the management of Masters Connection. We want to thank you for your support and continued loyalty to our effort to bring master’s minds together from all over the planet. Next week the newsletter you receive in your inbox will be an abridged version of the newsletter, but never fear, it will contain all the links you need to click through to the full version posted on our website. We are doing this to facilitate new technologies and support the variety of operating systems our readers use to view our newsletter. Of course, we might make some missteps or errors in making the changes, so we ask your forbearance in advance.

I am short on words this week, but the newsletter is not short on content. Explore, click, read, shop, you know the drill. ‘Til we meet again in cyberspace.

Article of the Week
The Healing Power of Nature

The Healing Power of Nature 1 "Dr. Andrew Iverson graduated an honor student and ASB president fromYelm High School in Yelm, Washington. He attended the University of Washington and earned his Bachelors degree in Physiological Psychology (how the brain "makes the body work") and Pre-Medicine. During college he was introduced to Naturopathic Medicine by his mentor where he spent from age 19 through 24 side by side with his teacher and learned biochemical testing, iridology, and clinical patient interaction. Dr. Iverson proceeded to acquire more education in the field of Medical Botany as he received his Masters in Herbology from the School of Natural Healing in Provo, Utah. A final four years of doctoral education were attained in Portland, Oregon at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine where he received the title Naturopathic Physician.

Dr. Iverson's medical interests and expertise are in the fields of metabolic balancing through biochemical and pH testing and detoxification through fasting and botanical medicine." - Steve Klein's Yelm.com - Reprinted with permission

Dr Andrew Iverson, an unconventional herbology and botanical medicine expert, and author of Nature’s Diet, goes a step further in his diagnosis of our current state of health. He presents to us in his book a more comprehensive vision of healing and well being that includes the whole person, not just the physical body. Surprisingly, he successfully shows how personal health today inevitably has a spiritual dimension to it, as well as a social and political one. As an expert herbologist, he insists in going back to the roots to find the answers.

Dr Iverson explains that News breakthroughs in medicine today often echo our grandparents’ traditional wisdom and ancient remedies, and that nature provides everything we need for a full and rich life. He insisted that by identifying the causes of disease, we have the power to make changes that will create health, and thus our primary healthcare provider is us. This adds a sense of personal participation in our own well being, a sense of personal ritual, becoming consciously aware, and waking up.

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Reprinted with permission from SuperConsciousness Magazine

Preparedness Ideas for Hotter Climates
Submitted by MC2020 reader Carlos Tavares

How would you keep cool in your home during a heat wave if you lost power and could not use your air-conditioning and fans? You may have a solar powered system but that may even get damaged if we get a large enough EMP from the sun. Running your generator will eat away at limited fuel reserves, especially if the situation is permanent and you will no longer have access to fuel. (So the genny would only be used for absolute emergency reasons.)

Nature always has some ideas that we can copy. The belly of springbuck and other antelope are white underneath. This helps reflect some of the heat and light from the desert sands. The whole animal cannot be white because it would still require some camouflage from predators. The white colour in itself reflects the light and heat. This is such simple and useful information. In our homes simply by painting our roofs white we can have a major reduction in internal temperatures. You can do a simple experiment by taking a piece of galvanized roof sheeting and paint half of it white, leave it in the sun for a while then feel the two sides with your hand.

Another grand example in nature is the large termite mounds like we get in Africa. They can maintain almost the exact temperature of 27 to 28 degrees Celsius throughout the year, no matter if it is summer of winter, day or night. They do this by opening and closing some of their tunnels to the outside at different times, to either release or trap the internal heat. Some of these mounds have tall pointed chimneys. When these parts get warmed by the sun they also warm the air inside. Warm air rises and escapes through the opened entrances, thereby actually cooling the entire nest, as the warm air escapes it causes a vacuum thereby pulling air through other lower lying passages that are cooler.

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In The News

Monsanto's Bt GMO corn to be sold at Wal-Mart with no indication it is genetically modified

Most of the genetically-modified (GM) corn products forced on American consumers today are hidden in processed foods in the form of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), corn oil, corn starch, and various other corn-based additives. But soon to be available at a Walmart near you is Monsanto's Bt sweet corn, the agri-giant's first ever GM corn product made available to consumers as whole ears right on the cob in the produce section-- and like with all other GMOs, neither Walmart nor Monsanto has any intention of labeling this new "Frankencorn."

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New FDA analysis finds lead in all 400 lipstick products tested

An analysis commissioned by the FDA of 400 popular lipstick products has alarmingly found at least some lead in every single product. The amount of lead found in 380 of the lipstick products tested was greater than the maximum 0.1 parts per million (ppm) allowed in candy bars - in some instances as much as 70 times greater. However, the FDA stated that it did not consider the lead content to represent any danger because lipstick is not intended to be ingested.

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Political Watch

N. Korea to halt nuke enrichment, missile tests – US
North Korea says it is ready to halt missiles tests, disable its nuclear reactors and allow IAEA observers into the country in exchange for a food aid package from the US.
US state department spokesman Victoria Nuland confirmed on Wednesday that North Korea had agreed to meet demands to disable its nuclear reactors at Yongbyon.
The US said the decision to resume food aid is linked to progress in talks on suspension of North Korea’s nuclear program.

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How the Fall of Greece Affects YOU -- No Matter Where You Are

Tip of the Week
The key to preventing mouldy berries
Submitted by an MC2020 reader

Berries are delicious, but they're also kind of delicate.  Raspberries in particular seem like they can mold before you even get them home from the market.  There's nothing more tragic than paying $4 for a pint of local raspberries, only to look in the fridge the next day and find that fuzzy mold growing on their insides.

Well, with fresh berries just starting to hit farmers markets, we can tell you how to keep them fresh!  Here’s a tip I’m sharing on how to prevent them from getting there in the first place:

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Runners & Mirrors

Fabulous Wealth and More!
Thought you and maybe some other students might get a kick out of seeing one of my latest runners.

The [Red Wind Casino] mailer came yesterday...the day after my retreat ended.

The card [below] is one I made some years ago, a combining of 3 symbols which represent my fabulous wealth (the golden egg,) perfect radiant health, and living in JOY! I have been focussing intently on all of those things in candle focus, the walk, fieldwork, C & E and twilight.

Click here for the full story and bigger pictures


Submitted by an MC2020 reader

This is it.
Take it on.
No excuses.
Denial will not save your life.
To be emotional is to be unstable and weak.
Find the love of God and be a burning light to all.
How fast can you do this?
Examine your life and take it on.
Be ready for the next reality.
Be a master.
Die to your emotional fickleness.
It is at hand.


A story I would like to share with a few selected friends and family.

As most will recall we spent a week honing skills in remote viewing and other disciplines of the mind.

When it came to field work my personality convinced me that if I went into that field even once it would do very unpleasant things to a knee I had injured a few years ago.  I listened to Mr personlity and did not go into the field a single time the whole week.  Spent my time with the other focus disciplines available.

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Life of a Cell

Powering the Cell: Mitochondria
Together Harvard University and XVIVO developed this 3D animation journey for Harvard's undergraduate Molecular and Cellular Biology students about the microscopic world of mitochondria. The animation highlights the creation of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) -- mobile molecules which store chemical energy derived from the breakdown of carbon-based food. ATP molecules act as a kind of currency, imparting chemical energy to power all the functional components of cellular activity. This piece is the second in a series of award winning animations XVIVO is creating for Harvard's educational website BioVisions at Harvard. The first program, Inner Life of the Cell, received international acclaim and can be seen both on our website and the BioVisions site.

Inner Life Of A Cell

Genius Ideas

Seattle to Create Nation’s First Public Food Forest

In the heart of Seattle, a public park is planned like no other — an urban food forest that is free for the plucking.

With its mild temperatures and moist climate, Seattle is taking advantage of its vegetation-friendly environment. A seven acre plot of public land, a community of local planners and advocates are moving forward with plans to build the first, completely free, public food forest in a U.S. city.

The proposed forest will be planted with hundreds of varieties of edible plants, herbs, berry bushes (such as honeyberries and lingonberries) and fruit trees, including apple, pear, plum and exotics such as pineapple, yuzu citus and guava. And all of it will be available free for the plucking to anyone who happens to walk through the soon-to-be-planted public forest in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood.

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Passing of a Master
Kathleen Wolf-Walter

On Feb 6th 2012 my wife Kathleen Wolf-Walter passed on from Alzheimer's at our home in Mn. She belonged to Elohim circa 1988 and went to the ranch for several years. I would appreciate it if you would share this information.

Submitted by husband Jim Walter.

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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March 3rd @ 4pm:  Yelm Dollars for Scholars
From Yelm Community Schools:
Yelm Dollars for Scholars Hosts 17th Annual Auction
Spend a Night with the Stars on March 3.
The annual Yelm Dollars for Scholars silent and live auction will be held at Yelm High School. Preview items beginning at 4 p.m. The food booth opens at 5 p.m. Live auction action begins at 7 p.m.
This is THE event of the year. It's fun and lively. All proceeds will go toward scholarships for the Yelm High School Class of 2012.
Silent & Live Auction Preview: 4 p.m.
Food Booth: 5 p.m.
Live Auction: 7 p.m.
Visa and Mastercard accepted.

March 4th @ 1pm:  Conversations with Father Miceal
Lecture Series: "CONVERSATIONS WITH FATHER MICEAL"
This event will be the THIRD of a series of 6 teachings by Father Miceal that you will NOT want to miss.
When: This Sunday, 3/4/2012 at 1 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: sandra@sandracrosby.com
Future event dates :
Sunday March 4
Sunday April 1
Sat April 21
Sat April 28

March 6th @ 7PM:  Using Antarctic Ice Cores to Understand Climate Change
A free public lecture by: Bess Koffman, PhD Candidate, University of Maine
This lecture will be held at The Phoenix Rising School, 13411 Cedar Grove Lane, Rainier, WA
Click here for the flyer 

March 9th @ 8pm:  “Tatemae” (The Public Face) Comprised of six one-act plays
Western Washington University
Ambassador’s Tour presents...
Awesome Power of the Black & Decker” By Bryan Willis - An inventive backyard comedy of possible romance & nature vs. machine
The Course We Set” by Amy Tofte - A generational bittersweet piece about the viability of love
A Tall Order” by Sheri Wilner - A humorous look at our perceptions of the opposite sex as it relates to the dating scene
Signs” by Deborah Yarchun - Comedy on a street corner regarding friendship, peer pressure & inventive parental guidance
Cafeteria” by Arlene Hytton - Loyalty, friendship & the new lunch wrap come into question at the work place
Playground Confidential” by Bryan Hawthorne - A hilarious “who done it” that takes place on the children’s playground ala Film Noir
Plus….the one-act play “Sophie” By Bryan Willis
Co-sponsored by Northwest Playwrights Alliance
Friday, March 9th 8:00 pm
Tickets: $12
Gordon’s Grange Ticket and play info:
302 Yelm Ave 360-458-2481
Yelm WA 98597 kellie@gordonsgardencenter.com

On The Lighter Side

The Orangutan and the Hound

RSE Newsletter

Student Accomplishments: Jamie Honey’s video aired on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Dance Dare
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Student Accomplishments: 5 ladies take up Ramtha on his suggestion
Click here to read article

Student Accomplishments: Janice Meador’s visit with The Maasai
Click here to read article

“JZ Knight’s interview on The Holistic Health Show”
Click here to read article

Earth Watch

Dutchsinse
OVER 50 reported tornadoes - 17 NWS actual warning zones - ENTIRE TOWNS GONE!


The red dots represent aftershocks from the Japan quake, which roughly trace the area that shook hardest there. Superimposed on a map of the Northwest, the result shows where the strongest ground motion is likely to strike during the next quake on the Cascadia subduction zone, the underwater fault marked by the black line. The green line is the relative location of Japan's subduction zone.Japan quake studies suggest harder jolt to NW possible

Studies of last year's giant Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan suggest that shaking from a Cascadia megaquake could be stronger than expected along the coasts of Washington, Oregon and British Columbia, researchers reported Sunday at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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Experts evaluate earthquake potential off Washington coast

In the eleven months since the massive quake and tsunami hit Japan, the world's leading earthquake scientists learned that a mega quake in the Northwest could be a lot worse than experts have predicted.
The Northwest's largest earthquake zone, just off the coast, which is called the Cascadia Subduction Zone mirrors the area where the quake rocked Japan last March.
From the data recorded there, the Seattle Times reports that experts now believe a mega-quake in the Northwest could be more severe.
They are now working to create a new analysis of the hazards off the coasts of Washington, Oregon and British Columbia.

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What's up in Space
Blue Flash

We've all heard of the green flash, the fleeting emerald light that sometimes appears just above the setting sun. Once thought to be a fable, the green flash was popularized by Jules Verne in his 1882 novel "Le Rayon Vert" (The Green Ray). Now it is generally known to be real.
But what of the even rarer blue flash? Turns out, that's real too. Peter Rosén photographed one from Stockholm, Sweden, on Feb. 29th.
"I was shooting the sunset when, suddenly, just as the sun was about to disappear behind the treetops, there was a mighty blue flash," says Rosén.
Blues flashes are formed in the same way as green flashes: a mirage magnifies tiny differences in the atmospheric refraction of red, green and blue light. Blue flashes are generally harder to see than green flashes, because blue flashes blend into the surrounding blue sky. When the air is exceptionally clear, however, the blue flash emerges.
Verne described the green flash as something "which no artist could ever obtain on his palette, a green of which neither the varied tints of vegetation nor the shades of the most limpid sea could ever produce the like! If there is a green in Paradise, it cannot be but of this shade, which most surely is the true green of Hope."
Ditto the blue.

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Health Watch

FDA's Outrageous New Claim: Your Body Is a Drug -- and They Can Regulate It

Adult stem cells (as opposed to embryonic stem cells, which are at the heart of the stem cell controversy) are a truly exciting part of the future of medicine, with seemingly limitless potential for anti-aging, arthritis and far more...

But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is attempting to regulate stem cell procedures at a Colorado clinic, stating that stem cells are drugs that fall under FDA jurisdiction.

Outrageously, the FDA is making this claim even though the stem cells being used in the procedure come from the patient's own body, which means they are essentially claiming that they can regulate a part of your body.

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The Mind-Reading Hormone: Your Brain's Key to Empathy
A dose of oxytocin improves mind-reading.

The worst time to ask your boss for a raise is when she's having a bad day, giving reason to tune in to her mood, but it's all too easy to misinterpret cues to people's emotions. Wouldn't it pay to be able to read minds?

Brain research says you can. Ok, neuroscience won't give you access to the thoughts in your boss' head, but it may improve the mind-reading tools you already have.

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Yeast Gets a Magnetic Personality
Scientists at Harvard's Wyss Institute have genetically engineered an organism to sense magnetic fields, showing that it's possible to make organisms react to magnetism even when they normally don't. 
The work points to a lot of applications in medicine, industry and research. For example, cells sensitive to magnetic fields tend to align themselves in a single direction like tiny compass needles. That means one could move them in a specific direction to, say, build up tissue into a specific shape. The technique could be used to target therapeutic cells at diseases and would also be useful in magnetic resonance imaging.

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Phoenix Rising School

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

Late Start Leads to Spontaneous Multi-Age Playtime

Icy roads? Late start? There’s no need to fear: the Pre-K is here! On Thursday the Pre-K classroom became an impromptu home room for students of all ages after icy roads forced a delayed start of school throughout the Yelm and Rainier districts. What was supposed to be a “costume day” for the youngest students turned into a spontaneous dress up time and play period for multiple grade levels. “Everybody got to be a pre-K student today,” says teacher Michelle Black.

The Pre-K was following its normal procedure of basing writing, crafts, gross motorand fine motor activities, and creative play around a student’s favorite book, aka the “book of the week” (the “letter of the week” is also celebrated with food, i.e. pudding, and clay).
This week’s book, The Three Bears’ Halloween, featured bears – in Halloween costumes.

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Volunteers needed!
The Phoenix Rising middle school students are performing an abridged version of "Mamma Mia! at 7:00 p.m. on March 15th at the Spiral Cafe. Artists needed to help with set design. If you are an artist and are willing to help create the backdrops, please call PRS at 446-1500. Thank you! 
Tickets to show are $5.00 and will be available though our office by next Friday.


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