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Issue 334 In This Issue June 22nd, 2013

Editors Corner

How are you celebrating the longest day of the year? Also known as the Summer Solstice--this gorgeous day deserves our attention. Click here  As soon as I finish typing this little bit I am going to go sit on the porch swing, have a glass of wine and allow the night to fall around me, no matter how long it takes.

By the time you receive this newsletter the days will have already begun to shorten. And so the cycle goes repeating around and around. Am I riding a merry-go-round or am I observing from the still eye of the storm? Am I lost in the chaos of the storm, or am I holding my focus through to the other side? I believe my experience of this life is determined by how I answer that question.

This edition of is about nature. Of course, we have articles about how humans are disrupting the natural cycles of nature with pollution Click here, Click hereClick here We have inspiring stories of individuals who are working hard to provide alternatives to destructive human behavior. Click hereClick here, Click here These are indeed inspiring stories of committed, courageous humans using their genius minds to defend our earth/home

This week’s featured article is an interview with Jason Martell, entitled, “The Partitioned Human Brain”. Martell is young and very sharp. He studied ancient Sumer and the works of Zacharia Sitchen. If you love Sitchen, you will love Jason Martell. Click here

For those of you who, like me, enjoy a good laugh and heartfelt inspiration, be sure to click on “Don’t Stop, Don’t Give Up” Click here

For those of you who love to ponder the wonders of the universe, be sure to watch Part 2 of the series we started last newsletter. Part 2 of “Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds, The Spiral”.  The graphics are great and the argument thought provoking. Click here

For those of you who enjoy solving mysteries, check out the underwater discovery in the Sea of Galilee. Click here

If you just want to celebrate a win for our team, click through and watch the news from the US Supreme Court’s 9-0 decision regarding our human DNA. Click here It really is nice to win one, once in a while!

Finally, I would draw your attention to a very lovely, sincere woman educator from Afghanistan, Shabana Basij-Rasikh. Her TED Talk is entitled, “Dare to educate Afghan girls”. Her story will give you new perspective on the value of your education. It shines a bright light on those who would make war to deprive women of the right to an education. I just have to ask, “Where did that mindset come from?” Shabana is doing her best to defeat it--you go girl! Click here

Lots of great summer activities happening around Yelm. We have Prairie Days next week. There is a full line-up of events at the Triad Theater and the Community Calendar is full of classes and events. Have a wonderful first two weeks of summer, until we meet again!

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The Partitioned Human Brain
Interview with Jason Martell
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Jason Martell is one of the world’s leading researchers specializing in ancient Sumerian advanced technology. His fifteen-year study is backed by supporting academic and mainstream scientific evidence, primarily from scholar Zecharia Sitchin, as well as Dr. Robert Harrington and other top NASA Scientists.

He has appeared on both the Discovery and History Channels, numerous radio and television talk shows, and is a regular speaker at conferences. For greater public access to this research and related information, he created the popular, nonprofit website

His “day job” and professional background is in the high tech industry where he is a senior interactive programmer and Internet designer and has worked with leading technology companies including Intel, HP, and Cisco. He has created popular interactive social media tools and has recently released his new iphone app, Paranormal Sighting Tool 2.0 through his own company, Booya! Media.

SuperConsciousness Magazine spoke with Jason Martell about the apparent genetic connection between the Anunnaki and human beings referenced in the ancient Sumerian tablets and reliefs.

SC: What was your journey? What were some of the questions that pressed you to seek information about the connection between the human species and offworld civilization?

JM: Being raised as a Christian, initially all of the information for questions I had about ‘where did we come from’, was always given to me with a religious overtone specific to the Bible. So, to the degree that I was interested in that as a young child, nothing resonated with me in a way that I could actually understand and process, until later in life when I started to become deeply interested in the question, “Where do we really come from?”

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Technology Watch

Kevin Surace invents eco-friendly drywall

Nature Watch

"CHASING ICE" captures largest glacier calving ever filmed

Camille Seaman: Photos from a storm chaser

Out of this world
The incredibly coloured rocky landscape that looks as though it's been painted



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Remedy of the Week

I wrote this article two years ago when I first experienced doTERRA’s TerraShield® blend of essential oils. I love it today even more than I did then. I learned that in addition to keeping the bugs away from you--it can also keep whatever or whomever is “bugging” away, too. I love it! IT REALLY WORKS! (This is me screaming at the top of my lungs and jumping for joy!) I wish I could kiss the genius that created this amazing blend of essential oils. It might seem weird to you that someone could get so worked up about insect repellent, but, you see—I hate mosquitoes! Of course, the bites are annoying, but the real torture is the way they dive bomb my head, bullying me before they strike. The constant buzzing drives me crazy! Not anymore! Terra Shield to the rescue. My dread of mosquitoes almost kept me from going to my friend, Linda’s house the other evening for a glass of wine around the fire. On my way out the door I thought about the new oil that had just arrived in the mail, Terra Shield.

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Mark Your Calendar

Most “super” supermoon of 2013 on June 22-23
Full moon falls on June 23, 2013 at 11:32 UTC (6:32 a.m. CDT in the U.S.). Thus, for many, the moon appears about as full in the June 22 evening sky as it does on the evening of June 23. This full moon is not only the closest and largest full moon of the year. It also presents the moon’s closest encounter with Earth for all of 2013. The moon will not be so close again until August, 2014. In other words, it’s not just a supermoon. It’s the closest supermoon of 2013. At United States’ time zones, the moon will turn full on June 23 at 7:32 a.m. EDT, 6:32 a.m. CDT, 5:32 a.m. MDT and 4:32 a.m. PDT. We astronomers call this sort of close full moon a perigee full moon. The word perigee describes the moon’s closest point to Earth for a given month. Two years ago, when the closest and largest full moon fell on March 19, 2011, many used the term supermoon, which we’d never heard before. Last year, we heard this term again to describe the year’s closest full moon on May 6, 2012. Now the term supermoon is being used a lot.

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Summer Solstice

Summer Solstice 2013: Longest Day Of Year Begins Thursday, June 20
The longest day of 2013 is finally here -- but this year, it comes with a twist. While the solstice in the northern hemisphere traditionally falls on June 21 -- and this year it will occur on that date at 1:04 a.m. EDT -- it will begin on Thursday, June 20, for parts of the western U.S., according to the website of the Clark Planetarium. The time of the solstice depends upon your position on Earth and, as a consequence, where you are in relation to the sun. The summer solstice occurs when Earth's axis is the most tilted toward the sun -- the angle is known as "maximum axial tilt." As a consequence of this specific orientation, the sun rises at its most northeasterly point along the horizon and also sets at its most northwesterly point in the northern hemisphere.

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TED Talks

Shabana Basij-Rasikh: Dare to educate Afghan girls

Louie Schwartzberg: The hidden beauty of pollination

Science Watch

Scientists come to grips with seahorse armor

ScienceCasts: Strange Flames on the International Space Station


What is HAARP
IS HAARP Dangerous
HAARP and Weather Control

Earth Watch

‘Every Plant And Tree Died’: Huge Alberta Pipeline Spill Raises Safety Questions As Keystone Decision Looms
As the Obama administration’s decision regarding whether to approve the controversial Keystone XL pipeline draws nearer, the latest disaster is raising serious concerns about the safety of Canada’s rapidly expanding pipeline network. A massive toxic waste spill from an oil and gas operation in northern Alberta is being called one of the largest recent environmental disasters in North America. First reported on June 1, the Texas-based Apache Corp. didn’t reveal the size of the spill until June 12, which is said to cover more than 1,000 acres. Members of the Dene Tha First Nation tribe are outraged that it took several days before they were informed that 9.5 million liters of salt and heavy-metal-laced wastewater had leaked onto wetlands they use for hunting and trapping. “Every plant and tree died” in the area touched by the spill, said James Ahnassay, chief of the Dene Tha.

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Volcano Watch

Smithsonian Institution / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report

The Weekly Volcanic Activity Report is a cooperative project between the Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program and the US Geological Survey's Volcano Hazards Program. Updated by 2300 UTC every Wednesday, notices of volcanic activity posted on these pages are preliminary and subject to change as events are studied in more detail. This is not a comprehensive list of all of Earth's volcanoes erupting during the week, but rather a summary of activity at volcanoes that meet criteria discussed in detail in the "Criteria and Disclaimers" section. Carefully reviewed, detailed reports on various volcanoes are published monthly in the Bulletin of the Global Volcanism Network.

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RSE Newsletter

RSE’s Blue Lead Justin Gurnsey honored for work with Special Olympics:
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Student Accomplishments: Linda McCallum attributes Jackpot win to RSE training:
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Student Accomplishments: Diane D’Acuti attributes casino win to RSE training:
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"Jason Martell on the partitioned human brain – Ramtha on a bicameral human brain"
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“High levels of radiation found in groundwater at Fukushima” added to Ramtha on Japan:
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"A Detailed 3-D Atlas of a Human Brain" from MIT Technology Review:
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Something Worth Knowing

WiFi Radiation - Dangers of WiFi
See It Measured
How To Remediate WiFi Radiation

Most of us have many types of dreams… but few of us realize there’s far more to experience. Some dreams are wild adventures in mysterious lands; some are the frustrating type where we repeatedly try to do something that never seems to work; others are crazy nightmares that startle us awake in a cold sweat; and some are sex dreams that add a little spice to our lives (ooh la la!). But have you ever had a dream that you could control? Commonly called Lucid Dreaming, this is a kind of dream state where you consciously discover you’re dreaming and decide take the reigns. I’ve been lucky enough to have a few lucid dreams in my time. I’ve had amazing flying dreams where I flew around buildings like some hybrid between Superman and Spiderman, soaring up to walls and then hanging off of them as I looked down on amazed people below. In one mind blowing experience I traveled the universe in a spaceship, blasting past hundreds of detailed galaxies as I marveled at their glowing beauty. Exciting right?

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Teen's biofuel invention turns algae into fuel
For a fifth-grade science fair, Evie Sobczak found that the acid in fruit could power clocks; she connected a cut-up orange to a clock with wire and watched it tick. In seventh grade, she generated power by engineering paddles that could harness wind. And in eighth grade, she started a project that eventually would become her passion: She wanted to grow algae and turn it into biofuel. After four years of tinkering in her garage for about an hour each day, Sobczak (pronounced sob-chek) has finally figured it out. Her algae-to-fuel project won first place and best in category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, beating 1,600 other finalists from 70 countries. The Intel ISEF is one of the largest and most prestigious science fairs in the world. "When I got there, I looked at all the projects and they were amazing, but I trusted that my project has a lot of capabilities to be used in the real world, so I thought I had a good chance of winning," said Sobczak, a rising senior at Shorecrest Preparatory School in St. Petersburg.

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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.

June 23rd, 10am to 2pm: Yelm Farmers Market
More vendors and more people – come get fresh veggies, veggie starts, bread and baked goods, homemade soap, flower bouquets, hand made bird feeders, art from local artists, and more.
On S507 between Stewart’s Meats and the Nisqually River bridge.

June 23rd, 2pm to 5 pm: Basic soap making class for beginners
We will learn the basics of soap making and will create goats milk soap bars with organic ingredients. You will go home with your own soap molds and several bars of soap.Cost $ 35 per person, material included. Contact Karla to make reservations or 360-894-6038
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June 26th, 6pm to 8pm: Medicine Cabinet Makeover
You will learn how to change your medicine cabinet from modern synthetic medicine with its array of side effects, to Nature's Medicine. Learn to address the root cause of illness for pennies per dose, all from pure natural compounds found in plants.Save money and time with fewer doctor visits. Take charge of your family's health. All first time attendees receive a free bottle of essential oil.  Empower Yourself! Be the Healer. Cost: Free
Location: Mee Sha Leen, 207 Binghampton St. Rainier WA 98576 (Old Simply Australian store)
For more information contact Micheline Corteville Phone (360) 446-1100 or email :

June 27th, 4:30pm to 9pm: Yelm Cooperative Beer & Brat Fest!
While you're waiting for the parade to begin or if watching works up an appetite, come on over to the Yelm Food Co-op/Gordon's Garden Center parking lot for healthy brats, hot dogs, chips, drinks, ice cream treats and a pint of one of our fine local brewery's beer. A delicious and healthy way to start the festivities!

June 28th, 12pm to 6pm: Dr. David Hill on Mood Management
Dr. Hill will share new information on the interplay between chemistry, emotions and neurology with easily understood concepts and practical oil application methods. Through 3D image tools you will see how and why essential oil aroma and chemistry helps the body to achieve a normal state of balance and function. Regardless of your level of experience and personal knowledge, this exclusive training event will benefit all who attend.
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June 29th, 9am to 6pm: Dr. David Hill Teaches Aroma Touch Technique
Join us to learn the clinical approach to essential oil application with Dr. David Hill. Dr. Hill, a Chiropractic Physician, is a dynamic leader in the field of integrative medicine with special expertise in the use and application of essential oils. He is the developer of Aroma Touch Technique.  This is a hands on class. You will give and receive the Aroma Touch Technique.
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June 29th, 2pm to 5pm: Cheese Making Class for Beginners
We will cover the basics of soft cheese making and will be making Feta cheese (from goats milk) and get familiar with making chevre and quark (samples included) class will be limited to 6 people. Each aprticipant will take home some of their self-made goats cheese.
Cost per person $ 30, material included. Please visit my website: for more information. Please make reservation via email:

June 30th, 2pm to 6pm: PuzzleLumina Hosts First OPEN Puzzle Party at LaGitana in Yelm
Come and participate in this One-of-a-Kind, Holographicaly-Minded, Transformational Master-Piece! $70 includes your Piece of the Puzzle which you will create individually along with eight others, all uniquely in relation to the Puzzle Theme reached by consensus among your Group, a glass of wine, and tax. Reservations Required. Please visit and/or contact Suzanne Nichols directly: (360) 985-0181

July 13th, 2pm to 6 pm: Harvesting and processing Mother Nature's bounty from the wild
This is a true Wild-Shop because we will be walking and gathering in the wild(on our property)We will make medicinal oils and ointments as well as gourmet treats from what Mother Nature has to offer during this time of the year.
Cost $ 30 per person.Please visit my website: for more information.Please make reservation via email:

Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

Every Tuesday the Triad will be presenting out of the box independent films and documentaries on a wide range of topics!
Cutting edge films exposing the truth and shattering illusions!  See below for specifics!  $5 donation asked but not required. Mature audiences only.

June 25th @ 7pm: Beyond the Veil - Hemp
The award winning documentary created by Woody Harrelson created to inform the public about the movement to legalize industrial hemp.  Sustainable way to change everything!  Why was hemp banned? What exactly is it? Was this a hoax to enhance the business of Randolph Hearst?  Click here for the trailer

June 27th: Prairie Day Parade
We really want to make a statement; we have quite the parade entry planned!  and we really need your help to pull it off!  This year’s theme is ALL LIFE IS A THEATER!!!  We need colorful participants dressed in a way that represents the arts! So come in costume, or come early (5pm) to take advantage of our makeup artist and costumes!!!!  Could be an artist or a doctor or a hippie or an alien or a Bigfoot  or a nun or a rock star with guitar or Marilyn or Elvis or or or!  Think out of the box! If you’re not into costumes, still come!
We need: 4 people to carry the banners, Drivers for the antique cars, 4 drummers to keep rhythm for the group, A dirt bike to put on the float, A couple people to ride in 2 floats, 8 shopping carts to be donated, for this day only, to continue our GMO & Monsanto awareness!

PLEASE HELP!  PLEASE support the theater!  PLEASE consider joining us!  It’s gonna be a blast!  Make-up and costumes at the theater at 5 pm, parade starts at 6pm and lasts about an hour!

June 29th @ 7pm: Conversations with Miceal!
$35 at the door or online at

BTW...Bettye is taking the summer off...the Writer’s Circle will resume meeting at the Triad in August!

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Amazing Antique Desk

The Roentgens' Berlin Secretary Cabinet

Ron Paul Predictions Speech

Ron Paul - Predictions in Due Time (Original)
This is Ron Paul’s famous Predictions speech from April 24, 2002. This is the original video compiling recent images and video to give his speech a chilling effect.“I have no timetable for these predictions, but just in case, keep them around and look at them in 5-10 years. Let’s hope and pray that I’m wrong on all accounts. If so, I will be very pleased

4 Minute News

Destabilization Signals
M2 Solar Flare


RADAR used to transmit power to distant Rectenna
NASA experiment

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Climate Change

Climate-Proofing Cities Is A Hot Topic At Bonn Conference
From Bangkok to Miami, cities and coastal areas across the globe are already building or planning defenses to protect millions of people and key infrastructure from more powerful storm surges and other effects of global warming. Some are planning cities that will simply adapt to more water. But climate-proofing a city or coastline is expensive, as shown by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's $20 billion plan to build floodwalls, levees and other defenses against rising seas. The most vulnerable places are those with the fewest resources to build such defenses, secure their water supplies or move people to higher ground. How to pay for such measures is a burning issue in U.N. climate talks, which just wrapped up a session in the German city of Bonn.

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In The News

Net Zero’s Net Worth
How Renewable Energy Is Rescuing Schools from Budget Cuts
As the new Richardsville Elementary School rose from its foundations on a rural road north of Bowling Green, Ky., fourth-grader Colton Hendrick was watching closely. He would climb to the top of the playground equipment across the street and watch construction crews hauling in bamboo flooring and solar panels. “He wants to be an architect some day,” recalled Manesha Ford, elementary curriculum coordinator and leader of the school’s energy team. “He would sit and draw, draw all the different aspects.” But Richardsville Elementary would not only capture Hendrick’s imagination—it would come to inspire his classmates and school districts around the world. When Richardsville opened its doors in fall 2010, it was the first “net zero” school in the nation, meaning that the school produces more energy on-site than it uses in a year.

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Governor signs tough fracking regulations
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn on Monday signed into law the nation's strictest regulations for high-volume oil and gas drilling. "This new law will unlock the potential for thousands of jobs in Southern Illinois and ensure that our environment is protected," Quinn said in a news release announcing his widely expected signature on the bill that he pushed for and that the Legislature passed overwhelmingly a few weeks ago. The new law establishes rules that oil and gas companies must follow during hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, which uses high-pressure mixtures of water, sand or gravel and chemicals to crack underground rock formations and release oil and natural gas. Companies will be required to disclose chemicals and to test water before and after drilling as well as hold the companies liable for contamination. Opponents of the legislation — who unsuccessfully pushed a 2-year moratorium to allow more time to study the environmental and health impact of fracking — said they are considering a legal challenge to the law.

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Water Watch

Water in the Anthropocene

Health Watch

Supreme Court says human genes cannot be patented

You Decide

Mysterious structure found at bottom of ancient lake
A mysterious, circular structure, with a diameter greater than the length of a Boeing 747 jet, has been discovered submerged about 30 feet (9 meters) underneath the Sea of Galilee in Israel. Scientists first made the discovery by accident in 2003 using sonar to survey the bottom of the lake but published their findings only recently. "We just bumped into it," recalls Shmuel Marco, a geophysicist from Tel Aviv University who worked on the project. "Usually the bottom of the lake is quite smooth. We were surprised to find a large mound. Initially we didn't realize the importance of this but we consulted with a couple of archaeologists, and they said it looked like an unusually large Bronze Age statue." The structure is comprised of basalt rocks, arranged in the shape of a cone. It measures 230 feet (70 meters) at the base of the structure, is 32 feet (10 meters) tall, and weighs an estimated 60,000 tons. It is twice the size of the ancient stone circle at Stonehenge in England.

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Sculpting Geometric

Philip Farrout amazes us with his beautiful process of sculpting beauty, in a video that makes you want to pick up some clay and create your own sculptures!

Don't Stop, Don't Give Up!


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