MastersConnection 2020
Issue 338 In This Issue July 20th, 2013

Editors Corner

Our climate is changing, and what are we going to do about it?  Every newsletter we publish is full of scientific evidence that our climate is in crisis.  This week’s feature story is a full length documentary film that was recommended by JZ Knight.  Many of you are probably familiar with it.  Perhaps you saw it in the theater.  Now we have it available online for free and we are sharing the link with you so if you have not seen it, you will have access.  Share it with your friends, relatives, even the naysayers will be impressed with this evidence.   As you watch and read, why not challenge yourself to think of at least one thing you can do to make a difference to our planet?  Together, all 5,000 of us can make a difference.  Click here

Earth Watch: Stories this week highlight efforts to protect Antartica’s Ross Sea dubbed, “The Last Ocean” and the political interests at odds.  Click here  Read about the 21 Most Vulnerable Rivers in the US  Click here  Some good news about Peru’s efforts to bring electricity to their poorest citizens by using solar power.  Click here

Brown Bear and Salmon Cams:  We sent you this link last week, but so many people missed it that we wanted to resend it. This link will give you the most amazing live experience of watching the bears in Alaska wading in the river feasting on the salmon as they make their way up river. Check it out different times of day to see the bears in action catching the jumping fish.  Click here   Again, thanks to Melody Rae for sharing this with us.

Science Watch: I love genius mind.  Here is one for you.  A young woman has discovered how to turn banana peels into plastics.  Click here  Now I wish one of our genius readers would come up with a fabulous use for all of those pesky fir needles that litter my yard and are constantly tracked into my house.  They are so abundant.  They must have an obvious/unobvious utility.  Scientists at John Hopkins are growing new blood vessels in the lab by reprogramming ordinary cells.  Click here  Science is wonderful! In more scientific news, a new giant virus called a Pandora virus has been discovered.  Although still microscopically small, it is huge by virus standards.  It has over 2,500 genes instead of its largest relative, the megavirus with a mere 700 genes. Their origin is a mystery.  Click here

Nature Watch: Bernie Krause gives a TED talk about The Voice of the Natural World.  His work brings us spectacular sounds of nature.  Take time to listen.  Click here  If you are ready for a moment of “cute” Click here and see a tiny little echidna puggle being fed by his rescuer.

On the Lighter Side:  For a fun few minutes watch Tom Thum, a young Australian man show off his beat boxing skill.  Click here  For a good clean laugh, “Jesus is Watching”  Click here

For a wow moment watch an amazing musician with a spectacular message. “The God Fractal”  Click here

So, now, click around the rest of the newsletter on your own. It is filled with rich content chosen for you like best friends would share with each other.

A Personal Moment:  I have been thinking all week how and what to say to you, my reader friends, about my next adventure and the future of the and this newsletter.  For almost three years now it has been my privilege to partner with Ben to bring you this newsletter.   We have been passionate about our mission which is to connect “like-minded” people around the world.  Ben, of course, is a technical genius, but it turns out he is quite a writer as well.  In the coming weeks and months you will have the opportunity to get to know him better as he steps to the foreground and takes the reins of on his own.

When Stephany Ray, the beloved founder of MastersConnection passed this plane she gave MastersConection to JZ Knight.  JZ then gifted it to Ben, entrusting him to continue its mission. I came onboard with Ben and the rest is history.  The next chapter of the will unfold before your eyes in the next few weeks and months.  Help Ben, tell him what you want to read about.  Share your stories. This newsletter is about what is important to you. Let’s keep the dialogue going.

Next for me is a big step into my passion for natural medicine, specifically essential oils. For the past two years I have been researching, studying and learning so much, I just want to share what I have learned now and empower others to reinvent their healthcare with powerful natural medicine.  Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of your life and

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Chasing Ice - Documentary
The Film Recommended by JZ Knight

Even if you are very much a skeptic about global warming and its environmental effects, this beautiful and gripping environmental travelogue will convince you that the dangers are real and that you must help to do something about the situation. The film and its message are particularly timely, as we see more and more weather-related disasters that are impacting people around the globe. Climate change is a real, world wide political issue, and Chasing Ice demands that it be given serious consideration, and that solutions be sought -- while there is still time................

Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds

Part 3 - The Serpent and the Lotus

Brown Bear & Salmon Cams

Watch Brown Bears Hunting the World's Largest Salmon Run, Live from Katmai National Park, Alaska.

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Update on Cadillac Ranch Motocross Track
July 19th 2013

BACKGROUND: The Mahan family has proposed a motocross track to be located on their farm at 12307 Vail Cut Off Rd SE, in Rainier, WA. This area of Rainier is zoned Rural Residential Resource (RRR 1/5). The track would have parking for 97 vehicles, a 12,000 square foot “day lodge”, restrooms and overnight parking for RVs as well as music and entertainment. They are requesting a Special Use Permit for a full Motocross Park to allow the following: Open year round, Track running 4days/week from 8:am to 7:30pm, mostly weekends, Up to 50 motocross bikes at a time running on the track, Will include Mud Drags, Rally Cars, Tuff Truck, Weekly practice sessions for races and tournaments. RVNG was formed to oppose the intrusion of this off-road racing facility into rural Thurston County.

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Earth Watch

Plan to preserve the world's 'last ocean' killed by Russia
As the most pristine marine ecosystem on the planet, Antarctica's Ross Sea has become dubbed the world's "last ocean." Home to an abundance of penguins, whales, orcas, seals, and massive fish, the Ross Sea has so far largely avoided the degradation that has impacted much of the world's other marine waters. However, a landmark proposal to protect the Ross Sea, as well as the coastline of East Antarctica, has failed today due to opposition by Russia. "After two years of preparation, including this meeting, which Russia requested to settle the scientific case for the Ross Sea and East Antarctic proposals, we leave with nothing," said Steve Campbell, Director of the Antarctic Ocean Alliance. Given its ecological importance, the U.S. and New Zealand proposed setting aside 2.3 million square kilometers of the Ross Sea for protection. The proposal has been supported by a widespread groups of NGOs, scientists, and nations, and, if established, the reserve would be the largest marine protected area in the world.

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MAP: America's 21 Most Vulnerable Rivers

If you're one of 142 million Americans heading to the outdoors this year, there's a good chance you'll run into one of at least 250,000 rivers in the country. Much of the nation's 3.5 million miles of rivers and streams provide drinking water, electric power, and critical habitat for fish and wildlife throughout. If you were to connect all the rivers in the United States into one long cord, it would wrap around the entire country 175 times. But as a recent assessment by the Environmental Protection Agency points out, we've done a pretty bad job of preserving the quality of these waters: In March, the EPA estimated that more than half of the nation's waterways are in "poor condition for aquatic life."

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Peru To Power 2 Million Of Its Poorest — By Solar Energy
Energy and Mining Minister Jorge Merino said that the program will allow 95% of Peru to have access to electricity by the end of 2016. Currently, approximately 66% of the population has access to electricity. “This program is aimed at the poorest people, those who lack access to electric lighting and still use oil lamps, spending their own resources to pay for fuels that harm their health,” said Merino. The first phase of the program, called “The National Photovoltaic Household Electrification Program” was initiated on Monday (July 8) in the Contumaza province, where 1,601 solar panels were installed. These installations will power 126 impoverished communities in the districts of Cupisnique, San Benito, Tantarica, Chilete, Yonan, San Luis, and Contai.

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Science Watch

Researchers Step Closer to Custom-building New Blood Vessels
Researchers at Johns Hopkins have coaxed stem cells into forming networks of new blood vessels in the laboratory, then successfully transplanted them into mice. The stem cells are made by reprogramming ordinary cells, so the new technique could potentially be used to make blood vessels genetically matched to individual patients and unlikely to be rejected by their immune systems, the investigators say. The results appear online this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "In demonstrating the ability to rebuild a microvascular bed in a clinically relevant manner, we have made an important step toward the construction of blood vessels for therapeutic use," says Sharon Gerecht, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Johns Hopkins University Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Physical Sciences–Oncology Center and Institute for NanoBioTechnology. "Our findings could yield more effective treatments for patients afflicted with burns, diabetic complications and other conditions in which vasculature function is compromised."

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Pyura chilensis: the closest thing to getting blood from a stone

Despite appearances, this is not some kind of cruelly bisected alien stone organism or a tomato thunderegg. This is Pyura chilensis, a sea creature that lives on the rocky coast of Chile and Peru. And if (like me, very recently) you’ve never seen one of these before, you’ll probably be interested to know that in Chile, they are fished commercially, and the locals eat them raw or cooked with salad and rice because apparently they’re delicious.

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16-year-old student in Turkey turns bananas into plastic
There’s nothing slippery about Elif Bilgin’s idea of using banana peels as a substitute for old-school petroleum-based plastics. The 16-year-old student from Istanbul spent two years perfecting a way to make a bioplastic out of discarded banana peels that could, in turn, be used for the electrical insulation of cables. On Thursday, her efforts paid off when Scientific American named her the winner of its $50,000 Science in Action prize, a stepping stone to the Google Science Fair for young inventors in California this September. In her research, Bilgin — who says “science is my calling” — determined that if starch and cellulose from such food waste as mango skins can be used to make bioplastics, then banana peels ought to do the trick, too.

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Largest Viruses Ever Revealed
Giant viruses, more than twice as big as the last largest known viruses, have now been unearthed from sludge across the world, researchers say. Even more titanic viruses might await discovery, the scientists said, and they may have features that could blur the lines between life and viruses, which are not considered to be living things. Ten years ago, researchers accidentally discovered mimivirus, what until now was the biggest, most complex virus known. Mimivirus — a name derived from "mimicking microbes," chosen because the viruses were nearly the size of some bacteria — and its relatives the megaviruses can reach sizes of more than 700 nanometers (a nanometer is one billionth of a meter), and possess more than 1,000 genes, features typical of parasitic bacteria. Typical viruses are maybe 20 to 300 nanometers large, and  many viruses, such as influenza or HIV, get along very well with 10 or fewer genes.

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What Is Déjà Vu?
Most people have experienced it at one point or another: déjà vu, the haunting sense that you've experienced something before. French for "already seen," déjà vu has been under investigation for years by scientists, who have yet to offer a complete explanation for the phenomenon, though it's reportedly experienced by more than 70 percent of people at some point. Recent research, however, has yielded some clues into what causes déjà vu. It seems to occur equally among men and women and across races, according to a 2003 study from the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, but déjà vu happens more often in people ages 15 to 25. [10 Odd Facts About the Brain] That fact has led some experts to believe déjà vu may be linked to neurotransmitters like dopamine, which are found in higher levels in teenagers and young adults — a hypothesis that gained traction after the peculiar case of a healthy 39-year-old man came to light.

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Nature Watch

Bernie Krause: The voice of the natural world

Losing our monarchs: iconic monarch butterfly down to lowest numbers in 20 years
In the next few months, the beating of fragile fiery orange and black wings will transport the monarch butterfly south. But the number of monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) reaching their final destination has steadily declined, dropping to its lowest level in two decades last winter, according to a recent survey. The insect’s journey begins in late summer and August, when monarchs fly from Canada and the Northeastern U.S. to highly selective overwintering sites in Mexico. Individually weighing less than a paperclip, monarch butterflies employ an inherited compass to make the longest insect migration in the world, flying up to 4000 kilometers (2,485 miles) to reach their final destination by November. The monarchs gather in central Mexico’s mountainous forests in massive numbers, up to 50 million per hectare in only a dozen or so colonies. The monarchs create clusters on the trunks and branches of coniferous trees, filling the skies with orange. It is in this small monarch forests where scientists estimate population size.

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Daily Cute: Rescued Echidna Puggle

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Space Watch

Solar Variability and Terrestrial Climate
In the galactic scheme of things, the Sun is a remarkably constant star.  While some stars exhibit dramatic pulsations, wildly yo-yoing in size and brightness, and sometimes even exploding, the luminosity of our own sun varies a measly 0.1% over the course of the 11-year solar cycle.  There is, however, a dawning realization among researchers that even these apparently tiny variations can have a significant effect on terrestrial climate. A new report issued by the National Research Council (NRC), "The Effects of Solar Variability on Earth's Climate," lays out some of the surprisingly complex ways that solar activity can make itself felt on our planet. Understanding the sun-climate connection requires a breadth of expertise in fields such as plasma physics, solar activity, atmospheric chemistry and fluid dynamics, energetic particle physics, and even terrestrial history.

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GMO Watch

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Here's How to Find Out If It's a GMO Product

Zen Gardner
Just Wondering

When the Odds Seem Overwhelming – Deconstructing the Great Normal
The awakening process has its deeply cathartic moments. That is inevitable. It’s a bumpy road. As we gain insight into the grand deceptions of the matrix, so the direction of our own lives is thrown into greater relief. The choices become more stark. There’s no longer any compromising middle ground left to stand on. The harder we’re hit, the deeper we have to go to find an answer to the seemingly overpowering state of affairs that manifests itself all around us. On some days, it seems there’s nowhere left to turn. No light can be found to relieve the pain. No thought succeeds in lifting the weight of darkness.  These are times of trial for those human beings who pit themselves against the torpor of mass serfdom to demand the manifestation of something   so much better. Something called Life. I have felt the force of this madness – more than once. Many have. Our sun seems trapped in the underworld of a long parched night. Our soul transfixed to the dark side of the moon. Nothing appears to be moving to free us from this cavernous eclipse.

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God and Country
Submitted by Rex & Jean McCrary

This song was written and recorded just recently by Jon Baroni. His mother is Betty Wiggins, who is on RSE staff and he is married to Charlie Roy’s daughter, Julie. He lives in Rainier.

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July 20th, 11am to 12pm: Learn about Hydroponics at Yelm Farm and Pet
"What is Hydroponics?"  Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture and is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Stop by on July 20th at Yelm Farm and Pet from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and learn how hydroponics works! Grow your lettuce indoors year round!! Start your vegetables indoor in the middle of winter!! Come join us for a 10% discount on Hydroponic supplies all day Saturday, July 20th and join our informal educational presentation!!

July 26th @ 6pm: Bald Hills Area Time Bank Meeting (for newcomers)
Our agenda for this week is an open discussion within members concerning new ideas to assist Hour4Hour with efficiency. How can we effectively communicate our needs and services within the organization? What type of improvements can be facilitated for the benefit of all? Come share your ideas and suggestions so we can help each other effectively! Bring a dish, Earn an hour! Also bring your own plate and utensil to help us keep the expenses down (thank you!).  Single Tree Estate Lodge, 18537 Sursingle Ct. SE, Yelm
Contact Robin 360-894-4328 or Lauren 908-930-7853360-894-0423 for questions

July 27th, August 10th & 20th: Karla's Wild-Shops
Empowerment through Knowledge and Experience, Homesteading Skill classes to become more self-sufficient 
Saturday, July 27, 2pm to 5pm, Soap making for Beginners, cost $ 35, material for goats’ milk soap included, you will go home with 4 goats milk soap bars.
Saturday, August 10th, 2pm to 5pm, Making Mead (Honey Wine) cost $ 25 , cost for material extra.
Tuesday,August 20th, 2pm to 5 pm, Cheese making for advanced Beginners, cost $ 35 per person, material included.
Please visit my website: for more information. Please make reservation via email: or call 360-894-6038

July 28th, 9am to 3pm: Dr. Tel-Oren, MD (Europe), CCN, DACBN, LN will be in Rainier
He will be seeing patients between 9am and 3pm at the offices of Signature Service Real Estate, Rainier By appointment only - Skin Growth and Blemish Removal - Gentle, Non-surgical, Painless, Esthetic, Guaranteed Removal of most types of skin blemishes.
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July 28th, 2pm to 6pm: Open Puzzle Party at LaGitana in Yelm
New and Improved!  Experience the Magic of Intentional Co-Creation!  Join PuzzleLumina for an Open Puzzle Party at LaGitana in Yelm on Sunday, July 28 from 2:00 - 6:00 pm.  This is a one-of-a-kind, transformative art experience!  $50 includes the unique PuzzleLumina Experience, your first glass of wine to toast the group's Puzzle Theme (reached by consensus), and tax.  Please visit for further information, video testimonials, and more.  And/or contact Suzanne Nichols at (360) 985-0181 or .  Reservations required by Wednesday, July 24 at 5:00 pm.

August 7th, 7pm to 8:30pm: Free Essential Oil Education
Come early from 6pm to 7pm for free Bio-Scans
Topic: The Chemistry of Emotions
Ever feel like your emotional body has been hijacked by your chemistry? Come learn how the chemistry of pure essential oils can balance your moods and manage those “false” emotions. Learn to directly access your brain through aromatherapy.
Location: 17008 146th Ave SE, Yelm Hosts: Anita Marriott and Jan Jones for additional information.

Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

July 23rd @ 7pm: Beyond the Veil: ET Takeover of Earth?
$5 at the door - Has it already happened? Underground bases, abductions, underwater military ET bases of coast of Oregon. Is Nebiru’s arrival really a hoax? Radiation in the atmosphere…purposely happening to change atmosphere for new arrivals? Come – watch – decide for yourself

July 27th: Conversations with Miceal
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July 30th @ 7pm: Beyond the Veil: Disneyland Propaganda
$5 at the door – Is it really as innocent as we are made to believe? Culling ground to entrap your kids and your money? Check out this interesting documentary on the subject. Come, watch, decide for yourself!

August 1st: Miceal Ledwith & Michael Tellinger – in a Fireside Chat – world renown South African author, scientist, explorer and founder of the UBUNTU Liberation Movement…with our very special Miceal Ledwith…together…on one stage!
Lecture begins at 7:30 pm - $50
VIP Meet and Greet at 6 pm - $20 – appetizers and desserts will be served
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Exciting news from the Triad!
The Triad is forming its very own theater troupe ~ Yore Performers! Scott and Renn Bartlett will be heading up this group that will be performing period pieces, original works, musicals, vaudeville-like shows, etc. Auditions will be announced for their first play soon! 

Starting in September, Renn will be conducting two-12 day acting classes for children (ages 8-18) that will culminate in five performances at the Triad!

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4 Minute News

The Data vs The Story, IRIS Update, Filament Eruption

Health Watch

Impacts of Chemtrails on Human Health
Nanoaluminum: Neurodegenerative and Neurodevelopmental Effects
The Internet is littered with stories of “chemtrails” and geoengineering to combat “global warming” and until recently I took these stories with a grain of salt. One of the main reasons for my skepticism was that I rarely saw what they were describing in the skies. But over the past several years I have notice a great number of these trails and I have to admit they are not like the contrails I grew up seeing in the skies. They are extensive, quite broad, are laid in a definite pattern and slowly evolve into artificial clouds. Of particular concern is that there are now so many ­dozens every day are littering the skies. My major concern is that there is evidence that they are spraying tons of nanosized aluminum compounds. It has been demonstrated in the scientific and medical literature that nanosized particles are infinitely more reactive and induce intense inflammation in a number of tissues. Of special concern is the effect of these nanoparticles on the brain and spinal cord, as a growing list of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s dementia, Parkinson’s disease and Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS) are strongly related to exposure to environmental aluminum

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Remedy of the Week
Essential Oils in the Garden

This week we have a guest author, Amy Ouelette, sharing her wisdom about using essential oils in her garden. Thanks, Amy

Essential Oils in the Garden
By Amy Ouelette
Deter Pests:
Peppermint – Ants, Aphids, Bean Beetle, Cabbage White Butterfly, Caterpillars, Flea Beetle, Flies, Lice, Moths, Beetles, Spiders, Squash Bug
Citronella (Purify) – Ants, Fleas, Flies, Gnats, Mosquitoes, Moths, Nematodes, Ticks
Thyme – Bean Beetle, Cabbage Root Fly, Cabbage White Butterfly, Cutworm, Ticks, Chiggers, Beetles, Squash Bugs
Lavender – Black Fly, Flea Beetle, Fleas, Flies, Greenfly, Mosquitoes, Moths, White Fly, Ticks, Chiggers
Rosemary – Cabbage White Butterfly, Carrot Fly, Flies
Lemongrass – Flea Beetle, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Ticks, Chiggers
Patchouli – Gnats, Snails, Weevils, Wooly Aphids
Sandalwood – Weevils, Aphids
White fir – Slugs, Snails, Aphids (Purify may help: Pine)
Eucalyptus – Roaches
Clove – Flies

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For information about how to purchase these or other essential oils, contact Anita Marriott, 360-894-6754 or

Rene Westbrook
Submitted by Caroline Couture Taylor

Idols in the Mirror: Postcards from the Scene of the Crime is an exhibition of thirty-six exquisite small collages by Rene Westbrook at The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists in Boston. The exhibition is currently on display through August 25, 2013. The Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists is the largest institution of its kind as it carries artwork from all over the world made by people of color.

Idols in the Mirror is Rene’s second solo exhibition at the Museum and she has been featured in one-person exhibitions at Simmons College, Northeastern University, and many other fine arts venues. In addition, she has appeared in numerous group shows at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, University of Hawaii at Hilo, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.

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RSE Newsletter

Student Accomplishments
"Sophie Sykes learned at Assay: “manifestations can come from anywhere”
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R-V matches from the $1 million Event
Unique coronal mass ejection (CME) on Sun noted: “Speedy tsunami seen on Sun’s surface”
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Airliner crashes: Asiana 214 crashes at San Francisco International Airport
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Ramtha predictions corroborated by the news
"Dr. Michele Carbone openly acknowledged HIV/AIDS was spread by the hepatitis B vaccine produced by Merck & Co. during the early 1970s," added to Ramtha on this issue:
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The Placebo Effect is well-documented – Ramtha: “How could a simple sugar pill be so potent?”
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Vegetation growth noted in northern latitudes – Ramtha: store seeds of all types due to Earth changes
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Science: “Almost Psychic” Photonless Communication -Ramtha: the importance of Quantum Physics:
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Technology Watch

Jinha Lee: Reach into the computer and grab a pixel

Wi-Vi: See through Walls with Wi-Fi signals

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A Mind-Blowing Dome Made by 6,500 Computer-Guided Silkworms

Your eyes are not deceiving you: The Silk Pavillion — an architectural experiment constructed at MIT, was “3-D printed” using 6,500 live silkworms. Humans have been breeding silkworms for fabric for over 5,000 years, but Media Lab professor Neri Oxman married their innate productivity with computerized efficiency. Oxman leads the Media Lab’s Mediated Matter group — a research team that experiments with advanced design and fabrication technologies with an eye towards biomimicry. Her diverse body of work includes the development of micro-sized robots that can build concrete structures as well as 3-D printed, high-fashion garments inspired by biological structures.

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In The News

Eighth wonder of the world?
The stunning temples secretly carved out below ground by 'paranormal' eccentric

Nestling in the foothills of the Alps in northern Italy, 30 miles from the ancient city of Turin, lies the valley of Valchiusella. Peppered with medieval villages, the hillside scenery is certainly picturesque. But it is deep underground, buried into the ancient rock, that the region's greatest wonders are concealed.

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The God Fractal

I never liked Rap...until now...
This gave me goosebumps...
Emotional Dustin Hoffman Speaking of TOOTSIE

Dustin Hoffman on TOOTSIE and his character Dorothy Michaels

On The Lighter Side

Jesus Knows You're Here!
A burglar broke into a house one night. He shined his flashlight around, looking for valuables when a voice in the dark said, 'Jesus knows you're here.' He nearly jumped out of his skin, clicked his flashlight off, and froze. When he heard nothing more, after a bit, he shook his head and continued. Just as he pulled the stereo out so he could disconnect the wires, clear as a bell he heard 'Jesus is watching you.' Freaked out, he shined his light around, looking for the source of the voice.

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Tom Thum: The orchestra in my mouth


Waterfront on the Deschutes River
Fly Fishing Haven!  $538,000

All rooms are spacious, well-planned and perfectly executed for entertainment.  Formal Dining.  Crown molding.  Plush carpeting.  Chandelier accents.  Sweeping stairway.  Rec room with antique copper colored embossed tin alcove.  Double sided fireplace with mantle from 1800s.  Master suite with Jacuzzi tub, walk-in double headed shower with rain.  Three balconies.  One with view and sounds of the river.  Fountains. Built-in BBQ. 6car garage with RV parking. Porte chere entry. Garden space with shed, greenhouse and raised beds.  Four bedrooms.  Three baths.  4,533 sq ft.  Elevation 386ft.  MLS#491704
RE/MAX Country and The Cynthia Schmier Team - For All Your Real Estate Needs 360-400-3475

Cheaper than renting!

Pristine & affordable 3 BD/2 BA home just outside of McKenna on paved rd, 1/2 ac leased lot, 10 min to Yelm. Vaulted ceilings, fan, walk-in closet, 5-piece master bath, very bright & cheerful. Safe elevation, new roof, laminate floor, paint inside & out. Deck, storage building, small private 'park' with only a few homes.  Live here while you set up elsewhere, then use for rental income!  mls#437739  $39,000  Click here for more
"Voted Best Agent" many consecutive years - BO FOSTER 
- Signature Service Real Estate, Rainier

Dreaming of a Hilltop Home?
Vacant Land: Fortin Russian Hill

Purchase this 5 acres at the top of Russian Hill Ln in Rainier. Whether it's a daylight basement or a single level construction home of your dreams, your home-site will offer natural sunlight, incredible views with site clearing, and privacy! Older growth fir abound on this land. No designated wetlands on geodata and over 500ft elevation. Has been under one family ownership for over 35 years. Convenient access to Lacey, Yelm, and JBLM. Very rare!  Russian Hill Lane SE, Rainier 98576.  79,900. MLS 491875.
Call Yelm Real Estate at 360-400-9356 or visit our website at“Welcome Home”

Quality Home
Take a Peek at the Grandeur  $299,000

Gorgeous rambler on corner lot! Open living! Kitchen with cherry stained cabinets, Stainless Steel appliances and granite slab counters. High ceilings, Attention to detail. 9' doors. 2" blinds.  Filled with architectural flair! Large Master Suite with walk-in closet, soaker tub and double sinks.  16x16 covered patio with propane stub out.  Landscaped yard with professional sprinkler system with time. Fenced and cross-fenced - ready for the critters!  3 car attached garage with storage. 4+acres. 3bd. 2bth. 1,840 sq ft. MLS#500587
RE/MAX Country and The Cynthia Schmier Team - For All Your Real Estate Needs 360-400-3475

Two Sweet Homes in Rochester

One single level main home and a 1.5 story guest home with covered porch. Set on secluded 5 acres off peaceful side street. Very self sufficient, with  hand pump, mature fruit trees, raised beds. Home has been updated with new well pump, roof w/leaf guard gutter, electric panel, wood floors, vinyl windows & Bathroom remodel.  mls#000001  $250,000  Click here for more
"Voted Best Agent" many consecutive years - BO FOSTER 
- Signature Service Real Estate, Rainier

Short Term Caretaker Wanted

We have a beautiful home on 5 acres in the Yelm area off of Bald Hill road that we need a caretaker for at a reduced rent amount.  The renter should be willing to mow grass and keep the property up  while the home is being sold.  The home will need to stay in good condition and ready to show with short notice.  We cannot guarantee,  but, believe the sale will take 5 to 10 months.  Rent is 1,000 per month plus utilities.  Security deposit 500.  35.00 tenant screening fee. Month to month only.  3 bedrooms, 2.75 bathrooms, 3+attached garage in basement.  Wood floors, ceramic tiled counters, vaulted ceilings, 6 burner propane stove, propane heating, master with 5 piece walk-in bathroom.   If you believe you would be the right person, please contact Alan Olson at 360-918-4664 or Yelm Real Estate at 360-400-9356 for details. “Welcome Home”

The Survival Center

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FRESH ANTI-RADIATION TABLETS: Renew your supplies of Potassium Iodatejust-in-case
Good thru 2021; $15.95 for 60 tablets, or save money: $26.95 for 120 tablets, Instructions/Tips included,
RADIATION METERS, Book: Nuclear War Survival Skills, and so much MORE
Check out new SURVIVAL CENTER CHANNEL ON YOU-TUBE! Webstore: ... 24/7 ;
YELM STORE: 19223 Cook Rd; Phone orders: 360-458-6778or 1-800-321-2900...hours: Mon-Thur 10am- 6pm PST
SURVIVAL CENTER - Your Preparedness SuperMarket - offering smart solutions for your now & for your future!

Beyond The Ordinary Internet Radio

RSE students around the world feel connected to our Great School through Beyond The Ordinary (BTO)'s archived programs and Live Streams. We also attract the public with over 200 diverse Guests on numerous topics, RSE teachers and Students, plus Ramtha teachings broadcast in 4 time zones daily, and only on BTO thanks to the permission of JK Inc.! Over 1,000 timeless audio on demand archives, become a supporting Member and have access to all! Much to discover at BTO!
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Salida Wine Bar

The Salida Wine Bar located next to Casa Mia opened on April 19, 2013. The Wine Bar, managed by owner Greg Simmons, is becoming a favorite place for people to have a glass of wine, interesting ‘tapas’ (appetizers) and wonderful conversation. There is a bustling bar in the front with bistro tables and a lounge in back with leather chairs and tables for more intimate conversation. Coming soon is outdoor seating for those balmy summer nights.
HOURS: Friday 3 PM – 9 PM, Saturday 1 PM – 9 PM, and Sunday 1 PM – 5 PM.  Click here for more

Yelm Farm and Pet

If you haven't shopped at Yelm Farm & Pet lately, stop by and see what's new!! Now carrying Yankee Candles and Mo Mo's Hooded Towels!!! Large selection of grain free pet foods, Corn/Soy free chicken feed, and Organic feed in stock. Visit us at for monthly specials and store coupons. Shop local with a store that gives back to it's community.

"What is Hydroponics?"  Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture and is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Stop by on July 20th at Yelm Farm and Pet from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and learn how hydroponics works! Grow your lettuce indoors year round!! Start your vegetables indoor in the middle of winter!! Come join us for a 10% discount on Hydroponic supplies all day Saturday, July 20th and join our informal educational presentation!!

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Dr. T in Rainier July 28th
Skin Growth and Blemish Removal

Dr. Tel-Oren, MD (Europe), CCN, DACBN, LN will be in Rainier Sunday July 28th 2013 He will be seeing patients between 9am and 3pm at the offices of Signature Service Real Estate, Rainier By appointment only - Skin Growth and Blemish Removal - Gentle, Non-surgical, Painless, Esthetic, Guaranteed Removal of most types of skin blemishes... Click here for more
Have You Ever Dreamed of Winning the Lottery?

What would you do if you had 17 million dollars tomorrow? is a new website designed to increase the odds of winning the lotto by sharing remote views. What would you buy or who would you help if you were suddenly fabulously wealthy? Open your mind to the possibilities… contact us at to request a sign up code, or click here for more information.

Taylor Enterprises LLC.

Concrete shelter buildings with reinforced walls, floors, ceilings, steel doors, plywood and fiberglass interior walls/ceiling.  Each have been wired for lights, plugs and HVAC options. These are good multipurpose buildings. Usage: shelters, root cellars, food storage's, survival shelters, under ground and above ground storage's, grow rooms, or just very secure buildings. These buildings will not fall apart or rot.  They are all concrete and made bulletproof, weather proof, anything proof. Please call or email if you would like to look at these buildings. Thank You  Click here for more

Nature’s Medicine

Essential Oils pass through the cell wall to kill viruses inside the cell and restore DNA to its original configuration.
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Optimum Preparedness

Mylar Bags are true oxygen & moisture barrier bags so you can professionally package food for long term storage at home when used with our Oxygen Absorbers! We carry Mylar bags for 5 gal buckets, plus 1 gallon, 1 quart & 1 pint size Mylar bags as well as oxygen absorbers (we even carry gun & ammo Mylar bags). We've gotten in some great books on Medicinal Herb gardening/remedies. And check out the Gnostic Gear at – stained glass Blue Stars in 7" and 12" (Initiate Stars & Where the Blue Meets the Gold stained glass coming next week!). LOCAL PICK UP AVAILABLE FOR YELM/RAINIER FOLKS.

Teri Simpson 360-339-4329

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