MastersConnection 2020
Issue 364 In This Issue January 25th, 2014

Editors Corner

I know that in the last newsletter I said that there wouldn't be a newsletter this week, but we have an advertiser that couldn't wait to let you know that they have Tent, RV, and Shuttle service available for the January 29th Ramtha's World Tour Event in Yelm. Click here

On a different note, have you ever heard of the egg-cam? Well, as the name would imply, it is a camera that looks like an egg. In this case, a penguin egg. In this issue, we have a clip taken from one of these penguin egg-cams as a bird takes off with it and briefly gives us a birds-eye view of the local penguin colony. Click here

On the subject of nature and technology, did you know that you may soon be able to run your portable devices off of sugar? Researchers at Virginia Tech have come up with a biodegradable battery that, rather then having to be re-charged with electricity, you just refill with sugar. Click here

Well, that's about it from me. Oh, one last thing, I urge you to check out pictures of a Maldives beach glowing blue because of Phytoplankton, if you haven't already seen this phenomenon. Click here

Have a wonderful week.

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Passing of a Master
Cliff Keeslar


A MEMORIAL SERVICE for CLIFF KEESLAR will be held from 1:00pm to 2:00pm this Saturday (January 25) at RSE (14507 Yelm Hwy SE, Yelm, WA). Gates will open –- on 93rd Avenue SE –- at 12-noon.

Clifford Ray Keeslar, 76 – also ...affectionately known as CR, CRK, Double “D”, Clip, Lunch Box, and Jack –- passed away in Yelm on Sunday, January 5, 2014. He was born on June 2, 1937, in Elkhart, Indiana. He was the son of Don and Roxa (VanDorsten) Keeslar.

Cliff was an only child who went on to have nine (9) children who he loved to the fullest. He was renowned in Yelm (and beyond) as a most compassionate, loving, caring person. He was a deeply spiritual, honorable, and profoundly humble man. He loved his pipes, knives, fine cigars, red wine, and occasional coconut vodka. And he had a wit and sense of humor that always guaranteed big belly laughs.

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Technology Watch

New Breakthrough: Sugar-Powered Battery - It's Cheaper, Refillable, Biodegradable And Easier To Replace
A battery that runs on sugar - a development that could replace conventional batteries - has been developed by Virginia Tech researchers. In America alone, billions of toxic batteries are thrown away every year, posing a threat to both the environment and human health. The problem is well-known in many other countries, too. The new battery is cheaper, refillable, and biodegradable and in as soon as three years, it could be running some of the cell phones, tablets, video games, and the myriad other electronic gadgets that require power in our energy-hungry world. "Sugar is a perfect energy storage compound in nature," said Y.H. Percival Zhang, an associate professor of biological systems engineering in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Engineering. "So it's only logical that we try to harness this natural power in an environmentally friendly way to produce a battery." In contrary to other sugar batteries, this one has an energy density an order of magnitude higher than others, allowing it to run longer before needing to be refueled, Zhang said.

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Researchers develop holograms that change colour in presence of certain compounds
Responsive holograms that change colour in the presence of certain compounds are being developed into portable medical tests and devices, which could be used to monitor conditions such as diabetes, cardiac function, infections, electrolyte or hormone imbalance easily and inexpensively. The ‘smart’ holograms can be used to test blood, breath, urine, saliva or tear fluid for a wide range of compounds, such as glucose, alcohol, hormones, drugs, or bacteria. When one of these compounds is present, the hologram changes colour, potentially making the monitoring of various conditions as simple as checking the colour of the hologram against a colour gradient. Clinical trials of the holographic sensors to monitor glucose levels and urinary tract infections in diabetic patients are currently underway at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, part of Cambridge University Hospitals. The interdisciplinary project by researchers from the University of Cambridge uses a highly absorbent material known as a hydrogel, similar to contact lenses, impregnated with tiny particles of silver. Using a single laser pulse, the silver nanoparticles are formed into three-dimensional holograms of predetermined shapes in a fraction of a second.

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Triad Theater
Calendar of Events

January 25th @ 6pm: Holographic Workshop #4: Breaking free from the Matrix of Illusion
Learn how to transcend your fears to live a full life …delve deeper into ancient Hawaiian healing art of Ho'oponopono…work with powerful tools from the "Busting Loose from the Money Game" and "A Course in Miracles"$25 suggested donation, no one turned away

January 31st @ 7pm: Teen Independent Music Artist Showcase
Featuring The Good Chills, Silver Century, and Matt Sablan.  $5 at the door

February 4th: Miracles & Inspiration Meetup Night
Hosted by Scott Mowry.  $10 suggested donation.

February 6th @ 7pm: Danielle’s Alaska!
Spend an evening with Danielle Graham immersed in the wilderness of Alaska. Learn about glaciers and ice fields, bears, eagles, and moose, and why Alaska's waterways are the summer feeding grounds for the world's largest mammals - whales. This presentation is being taped for an audition, and after the presentation there will be plenty of time for Q&A.   $10 at the door

February 8th @ 2pm: Andrew Basiago is back!
Andrew will be speaking on "My Encounters with ET's, Ghosts, & Other Multi-Dimensional Beings" from 2:00-6:00pm.  Then we will have an intimate dinner at Casa Mia’s at 6:30 where no topic is off limits!  Dinner includes appetizer of mozzarella and tomato bites, choice of dinner entrée, dessert of tiramisu, and one glass of red or white wine. 
Dinner selection is either creamy lemon chicken or savory Italian rice bake. 
Lecture $25 ~ Dinner and conversation $35 ~ Both $55 
Registration in advance is a MUST! so we have your dinner selection :o)  To register, please click here

February 14th: Valentine’s Cabaret

February 15th: Advancing CWM

February 18th: Miracles & Inspiration Meetup Night

February 20th: Round the Poets Fire

February 22th: Greek Night

March: SRO/Nancy Hillman production of Cabaret!

May: Simran Singh!

Triad Gift Card now available!
Email us at for more info!  Prices start at $50

“Yelm in the Spotlight 2” is on YouTube!
2nd in the series features clips from the Rainier Vail Neighborhood Group celebration - Claudia Simpson Jones conducting the Olympia Chamber Orchestra at the Triad (4:00) – Sustainable Thurston topic at the Regional Planning Council meeting  (8:27) – Nancy Hillman presents a SRO production of “The Wizard of Oz” (15:01)  – Spiritual Gangster ( 23:25) - upcoming events (21:57) – Maya Silliman in “Weather with Delores” (22:31) click here

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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.

February 23rd: Put On Your Dancing Shoes!!
Rainier Vail Neighborhood Group (no race track in Rainier) is organizing another party / fund raising event this Feb 23rd at the Moose Lodge in Yelm. They are looking for willing contestants for a Salsa Contest.  “Swivel hips” help, but all are welcome.  No experience or cost required to enter.  They expect that all attendees will join in the dance after the contest is complete.  We will have fun!
If you would like to participate or know someone who does, please respond to Christine at (360) 264-5190

Date and Time TBA: FREE Earthbag Structure Workshop
Come Learn the simple skills required to build YOUR OWN Earthbag
Safeplace for FREE!  Build your confidence by participating in this hands-on workshop where we will build an 8' by 12' earthbag structure.
When: Please send your email to to be placed on our sign up sheet. (You will be notified when the workshop will be happening - TBA)
Where: Close to Yelm (call for details)
Come for all or part of the free workshop!
This is a free workshop.
Call Linda Powell & Sheri Yeager of Transition Technologies at 360-458-7311
"earth turns to gold in the hands of the wise"
- rumi

Nature Watch

This Incredible Bird Stole A Camera And Filmed A Penguin Colony
There is an old saying that everything you see isn't always what it seems. This incredible bird certainly discovered how true this is. While looking for some lunch and investigating an egg, this falcon-like bird unexpectedly became a documentary filmmaker. The result is certainly an amazing footage! A must see! "At a rockhopper penguin colony, a striated caracara thought it had caught a break when it located the one remaining egg that hadn't been hatched - but it turns out, the egg hadn't hatched for good reason: it was a camera in disguise. After a short assessment, the caracara took off with the camera, capturing incredible, swooping footage of the penguin colony from above. That isn't the end of the egg-cam's journey though. After falling from the caracara's grasp, a pair of turkey vultures descend on it next, sending it tumbling down a hill toward the colony. The footage was captured as part of Penguins - Spy in the Huddle, a BBC One documentary series that makes heavy use of these disguised cameras," the Verge reports.

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A Maldives Beach Awash in Bioluminescent Phytoplankton Looks Like an Ocean of Stars

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RSE Newsletter

Polar Vortex II grips Eastern half of USA – Ramtha: Why winter is so severe now:
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California governor declares drought emergency, asks for conservation” added to Ramtha on water's value:
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“Why Germany wants its … gold back” - Ramtha’s teachings on owning Gold:
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Japan: ‘We Want to Bring Our Message to the World to Stop Nuclear Power Plants’" added to Ramtha on this
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Music Playlists from 2014 RSE Events now accessible:
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Student Accomplishments

"The Wisdom of Crowds and Remote Viewing" in SuperConsciousness:
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Student Accomplishments: Susan Hals attributes healing to RSE training – with medical reports:
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RSE student wins $230,000 after buying Lotto ticket in Quantum Cafe:
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Laura Mooney wins first official jackpot:
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Jacqui Davis describes the trust of her “Omnipotent Self” in her first official Casino jackpot win.
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Anne Mickatavage describes her 4 recent $1,000+ wins utilizing what she has learned at RSE.
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RSE student and on-campus Blue Leader T. Bruce Thomas describes how the big money is just “an awareness away.”
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