DEA Makes CBD Oil A Schedule 1–January 13, 2017

CBD oil, which is not at all psychoactive (doesn’t make anyone ‘high’) is now specifically listed as a Schedule 1 drug, meaning it has NO medicinal value and a high abuse rate. Lots of people have been using CBD for arthritis pain, migraines, seizures, rheumatism, tendonitis, and other things. For some people, it is the only thing that has helped them, and now, it is going to be illegal, by a rule.

Here is an article on it. This almost seems like a hail Mary attempt at asserting control over people’s right to self-determination on cannabis. Too many people now know that the only reason this is “controlled” is to control the health and -access to- well being that is definitely a human right.For some reason, many people seem to think that only doctors and pharmaceutical companies know how living beings should deal with the rigors of being alive.

It is complete tripe.

Here is the article with links to the rule and additional information:

DENVER — A cannabidiol hemp oil used by some families of children with seizures has been officially named a Schedule I drug by the DEA.

“Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse,” the DEA says on its website.

That puts the oil in the same category as heroin, LSD, ecstasy, meth, peyote and marijuana.

The DEA published the details about the change in the Federal Register.

It applies to any “extract containing one or more cannabinoids that has been derived from any plant of the genus Cannabis,” the Federal Register posting said.

The change explains that the DEA is creating a new Administrative Controlled Substances Code Number for what it calls “Marihuana [sic] Extract.”

During the comment period for the new rule, one person asked for clarification of whether the new drug code would be applicable to cannabidiol (CBD).

The DEA responded to say any cannabis plant extract that contains CBD and no other cannabinoids will still fall within the new drug code.

Read the details about the new drug code here.

****Here is a very interesting and in depth analysis of the rule. The author believes the rule is void:

http://kightoncannabis.com/is-cbd-illegal-under-the-new-dea-marihuana-extract-rule-a-legal-analysis/#comment-3906

Government Agents In the Bundy Trial

For those who are appalled at the killing of LaVoy Finnicum and the categorization of the Malheur occupiers as “terrorists”, the following article will both give you additional insight and agitation. If you have additional articles that bring deeper clarity to the debacle in Oregon, please feel free to share links in the comment section.

Bundy Prosecutors Admit That Undercover Informants Outnumbered Defendants In Recent Trial

Source: Lew Rockwell – by Roger I. Roots, J.D., Ph.D.

For the past six weeks Oregonians have been treated to a political trial of the “Malheur 7” (Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, Shawna Cox, Jeff Banta, David Fry, Neal Wampler and Ken Medenbach,). I was privileged to have a ringside seat at the trial as a volunteer researcher and paralegal for Ryan Bundy (who represents himself) at the trial.

As I write these words, the jury is out, considering whether the defendants conspired to prevent U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service or Bureau of Land Management officers from performing their duties at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in rural eastern Oregon. The Bundy brothers and other defendants are alleged to have participated in an “armed standoff” occupation of the Refuge during January 2016 (while protesting the unconstitutional occupation by the federal government itself over the Refuge and other public lands).

The trial has revealed an astounding brave new world of modern surveillance and surreptitious “law enforcement” techniques. Drones flew over and recorded much of what went on. FBI agents captured and monitored every phone number connected between every participant. A search warrant after the fact gave the government permission to surf through 36 Laptops, smartphones, flash drives and other devices to build the government’s case. The FBI turned the analysis of Facebook likes, dislikes, messages, and posts into a science, with multiple agents assigned to that social media alone.

Outside the Refuge, FBI, Oregon State Police, and other law enforcement agencies swarmed over the countryside.  Government snipers appeared on local rooftops. Barricades and barbed wire were erected to protect the school and courthouse from the alleged militia danger. Undercover FBI agents dressed as redneck militia members roamed through local stores and menaced the streets.

Money was spent at such an extravagant pace that one professional auditor told me that the dollar amounts should have themselves triggered a separate criminal investigation. The Feds have publicly claimed that the 41-day occupation caused at least “$6.9 million” in damages.At trial, prosecutors objected, however, to every request to examine such claims. “Irrelevant!” said the prosecution. (In the event that any defendants are convicted, the Justice Department will surely assert such dollar claims in a demand for ‘restitution.’)

And there were undercover government informants. Everywhere. Suspicions that the government’s narrative was largely erected with undercover agents were borne out during the first week of trial.  It was revealed by an Oregon State trooper that one of Ammon Bundy’s “bodyguards”—a man who drove him to his arrest—was an undercover informant.

Another informant (“Mama Bear”) was revealed when a defense lawyer subpoenaed her for the defense. The woman admitted that her entire trip to the Malheur Refuge was funded by the San Diego FBI office and that she was paid thousands of dollars to inform on the occupiers while helping out in the kitchen.

Each of these informants were revealed by accident. Federal prosecutors vociferously refused to provide the names of other informants—citing case law that holds such revelations may put informants in danger. Prosecutors even used secret information—not provided to the defense—to cross-examine “Mama Bear,” to the prejudice of the defendants.

For days, Marcus Mumford (attorney for Ammon Bundy) demanded more information about the extent of undercover informants. Mumford pointed to the fact that the defendants were charged with conspiracy, and no one can be convicted of conspiring with undercover government agents. (The trial was filled with unanswered questions about who brought and left ammunition and guns, who damaged property, and why some people but not others were charged.)

Finally the Justice Department stipulated (without naming any names) that at least nine occupiers were undercover informants; a number greater than the number of defendants on trial. (Heavily redacted documents in the hands of the defense suggest the number of informants was actually at least 15.)

Significantly, the prosecution’s most damning evidence collapsed at the end of the trial when it was revealed that the man who ran a militia shooting range at the Malheur Refuge was himself an undercover agent. Through the hard work of defense lawyers, “John Killman” was identified as a paid (“reimbursed,” he said) informant who traveled to the occupation at the behest of the government in a beat-up pickup truck tolead the occupiers in combat “safety” training.“Killman” had even trained defendant Jeff Banta to stop cars and pull out their drivers at gunpoint.

Stay tuned!

Mandela/Quantum Effect- Is this the Strong Delusion?

Many people are saying that those who perceive the Quantum effect (Mandela is really insufficient) are suffering from serious memory lapses, lack intelligence, can’t tell their own perceptions from reality, are retards, idiots, morons, under demonic spells, victims of mind control, or even much more ugly and insulting names. Many of the more heinous insults come from self-described “good Christians”. Evidently they are unaware of what scripture teaches (as of this writing) about the fruits of the spirit.

Why is this so important that I keep going on and on about it? Because now, Yeshua Messiah is instructing His followers in Luke 19:27, a parable of the Kingdom of Heaven, to “But those mine enemies which would not that I should reign over them, bring hither and slay them before me.”  He NEVER said that. It is a lie. It was either “cast them from my presence” or “remove them from before me”. This is across ALL translations in English.

In Spanish translations, it is often even worse. Copied below is the scripture in Spanish telling His followers to “behead them in front of me.”

Y también a aquellos mis enemigos que no querían que yo reinara sobre ellos, traedlos acá, y degolladlos delante de mí.

All of you “teachers” and “preachers” of scripture who say nothing has changed in any scriptures, and that those of us who note these changes are ANY of the above insulting names or attributes, I am begging you NOW to repent and fall on your face before the Almighty Creator Yahuah, and beg for the eyes to see and the ears to hear. I don’t want you to be in the place that Yeshua said many would find themselves in Matthew 7: 22-23.

“Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in your name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then I will profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me ye that work iniquity.”

To me, it seems this is definitely the beginning of the strong delusion. It’s going to get worse, too. Remember that in John 16:2-3 Yeshua told us before hand that they would kill us thinking they do YHVH a service. So those of you who see these changes, be strong and gird yourself. Especially believers that know there have been some substantive changes in scripture- don’t be afraid. Read John 16:2-3, He told us beforehand. There has never been a time when it is more important to cry aloud and spare not, and let others know that the time is short.

For those who don’t see any of the changes at all, and for those who see changes but are not yet believers in Yeshua Messiah, please seek Him. If you don’t do so soon, you may not be able to even make a decision to try in the future. It’s like the Ministry of Truthlessness is taking over. Everything is becoming a lie and a fraud, and people are not even going to be able to trust their own minds and memories as this worsens.

Here are many pictures of things showing some of the more common changes that have occurred. They show how some of the memories of people are indeed telling the truth. There is a little commentary by each picture.

The video cassette shows what WAS the spelling of the Berenstein Bears

The video cassette shows what WAS the spelling of the Berenstein Bears

When the video tape is played, the film has changed, on the shelf, to show BerenstAIn Bears. This is the earliest known effect.

When the video tape is played, the film has changed, on the shelf, to show BerenstAIn Bears. This is the earliest known effect.

Then there is the famous movie line from Forrest Gump that is now, on VHS and DVD changed to “Momma always said life was like a box of chocolates.” It used to be “Life is like a box of chocolates” and here is proof off my own shelf:

VHS tape from the 90's

VHS tape from the 90’s

And our DVD from about 2005

And our DVD from about 2005

Then there is the issue of Looney Toons. Why would there still be Tiny Toons, but no Looney Toons? Why wouldn’t it be Tiny Tunes? If you are capitalizing on name association, wouldn’t it make sense to follow the name? And people remember Looney Toons…some ebay clippings show it is very deeply ingrained in many.

1976 Looney Toons...but Tunes

1976 Looney Toons…but Tunes

Note the title of the auction has Looney Toons in it even though the cards clearly read Tunes. No one spells iTunes iToons. Hmm?

Why not Tiny Tune?

Why not Tiny Tune?

And a pic of the search screen followed by a newspaper clipping from the 90’s…after the deck of cards was made:

CAM00842CAM00828Then there is the advertisement for Fruit Loops. However, if you look for a cereal box that says “Fruit Loops” you will never find one.

Fruit Loops-lightly highlighted

Fruit Loops-lightly highlighted

Last for today…the restaurant that got so much flack for standing on biblical principles. It was Chic Fil A, but it is now Chick Fil A. I actually remember Chik Fil A, but to be honest, I never ate there, so I cannot be positive. I know it was spelled in a kitchy way though. But most say it was Chic Fil A, and there is a lot of residual evidence for that, and here is a little more:

Chic Fil A. Not Chick Fil A.

Chic Fil A. Not Chick Fil A.

Also, the Peanuts cartoon creator’s name has changed. Below are pics of a newspaper that was pre-change, and a book we have here that shows the name change from Schultz to Shulz.

Newspaper that missed the change

Newspaper that missed the change

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The figurine above is from the 1840’s and says “The young lion shall lie down with the Lamb” Isaiah 11:6.

So there is a little residual evidence for you. This could not be time travel because all evidence would be wiped entirely if it were. While there could be memories of a difference, there would be NO proof that it actually was different as evidenced above.

We are here, in the same place we have always been, and our time is still running in the direction Yahweh designed us to operate in. My youngest isn’t shrinking and getting ready to go back to the womb. People in my life haven’t died in my mind only. Those who know me, still know me.

This is not a conspiracy theory. What is happening is actually happening even though it sounds completely crazy and weird. Things on our shelves are changing. These are things we have had for years in many cases. We are not talking about new releases or new translations here. Yet aside from many others having the same recollection as ourselves, the physical evidence isn’t that readily available. But there is some there.

I hope that I have been able to help some of you understand that this isn’t a joke. To me, the most important thing is scripture changing. I hope you understand why….Shalom!

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Senate Agrees on Dark Act

I thought this was a very good article. It seems a completely futile course of action to continue to talk to the furniture in DC, and because of that, I have not been encouraging people to continue to engage in unprofitable action. Does anyone remember that Obama promised to label GMO’s? I know some voted for the cretin on that promise. 8 years after the fact, and the only meaningful things that have happened are at the state level and in public awareness. Neither of which has had any effect on the District of Criminals regulatory or legislative actions.

Due to my desire to not send people on fruitless expeditions, one positive thing you can do is  use this Non GMO shopping guide. Other positive actions on this front include growing your own, buying from farmers that don’t use man-made chemicals and can tell you the breed of the product, and, if you live in a city or town, work to get urban farming and gardening ordinances in place. Or go guerilla grower. 🙂

Here is the best article I could find on the fed level GMO actions:

Senate Agrees on “DARK Act” GMO Labeling Bill

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The U.S. Senate has announced a bipartisan deal which will prevent states from labeling genetically modified foods in favor of a federal labeling system. Here’s what you need to know…

On Thursday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry agreed on a new bill aimed at labeling foods with genetically modified ingredients. The committee has been trying for several months to get a bill passed before Vermont’s labeling law goes into effect on July 1.

U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts and Ranking Member Debbie Stabenow released a statement, calling the bill “an important path forward that represents a true compromise. Since time is of the essence, we urge our colleagues to move swiftly to support this bill.” Roberts said if his colleagues do not act on the bill now Vermont’s law will cause confusion in the marketplace. The bill would give the U.S. Department of Agriculture two years to write the labeling rules.

The bipartisan proposal would immediately prohibit states and cities from passing labeling laws for genetically modified or engineered ingredients. Genetically modified or engineered seeds are engineered to have certain traits, such as resistance to herbicides. The majority of the United States’ corn and soybean crops are now GE, including a large portion that is used for animal feed.

The bill would also put the USDA in charge of establishing “a uniform national disclosure standard for human food that is or may be bioengineered.” Critics of a federal standard worry about the USDA being pressured by biotechnology companies that have a close relationship to U.S. regulatory agencies. The proposal would also require companies producing foods with GE ingredients to post a label, including text on package, a symbol, or a link to a website (QR code or similar technology). Smaller food manufacturers can use websites or telephone numbers to disclose ingredients.

In late February, Roberts introduced another bill which attempted to create a federal voluntary standard for labeling GE food. Roberts’ Senate Bill 2609, or the Biotech Labeling Solutions Act, would have blocked mandatory labeling efforts by states. In March, the bill failed to reach the 60 votes needed during a procedural vote, with 49 votes in favor and 48 votes against.

Roberts’ bill was similar to the controversial Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, which passed the House in June 2015 but ultimately failed amid heavy opposition. To critics, the bill was known as the “DARK” (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act because the law was also aimed at nullifying GMO labeling measures, such as the bill passed in Vermont.

The latest bipartisan effort contains language that is identical to both of the previous bills. The bill would “amend the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 to require the Secretary of Agriculture to establish a national voluntary labeling standard for bioengineered foods.” It’s safe to say that this new bipartisan compromise is simply the latest version of the DARK Act and will likely live up to it’s name by keeping Americans in the dark regarding what is in their food.

The bipartisan proposal is supported by certain food industry groups that believe state bills like the one in Vermont will lead to increased costs for agriculture, food companies and consumers. “This bipartisan agreement ensures consumers across the nation can get clear, consistent information about their food and beverage ingredients and prevents a patchwork of confusing and costly state labeling laws,” Pamela Bailey, president of the Grocery Manufacturers Association, the largest food industry lobby group, told the Associated Press.

Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director of Food & Water Watch, said the new bill deserves the name DARK Act because it will prevent consumers from have “clear, on-package labels” as required by the Vermont law.  “But this deal from Senators Stabenow and Roberts doesn’t even come close, and would instead require consumers to have smartphones and a cellphone signal to know what they are buying,” Hauter said in a statement. “This deal seems to be designed to ensure that big food processing companies and the biotechnology industry continue to profit by misleading consumers.”

Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin and Senator Bernie Sanders both spoke against the new measure. Shumlin criticized the two-year delay, while Sanders said he would do “everything I can” to stop the bill. Meanwhile, the Huffington Post reports that the bill “also allows companies to avoid the main thing consumers have demanded – a fast and easy way to determine if a food product they are purchasing was made using genetically engineered crops.”

The key argument seems to be that the new bill would not have as clear labels as Vermont’s law. Senator Stabenow, however, believes the opposite, claiming that the Vermont law would require GMO labeling of a cheese pizza but not a pepperoni pizza. “Throughout this process I worked to ensure that any agreement would recognize the scientific consensus that biotechnology is safe, while also making sure consumers have the right to know what is in their food,” the senator wrote.

The scientific consensus does lean towards the safety of GE foods, but that has not swayed critics and supporters of labeling. A recent report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine concluded GE foods do not pose a health or environmental risk. Critics of the report point to conflicts of interests between researchers with the National Academy of Sciences and biotechnology companies involved in the creation of GE crops.

The environmental watchdog organization Food and Water Watch released their own report, pointing to possible influence from the same organizations that stand to benefit from the growth of genetic engineering of foods. The report, Under the Influence: The National Research Council and GMOs, looks at “far-reaching ties” between the National Research Council, its parent organization the NAS, and biotechnology companies and agricultural corporations.

Americans who want to know what is in their food need to take control of their own food production and stop relying on large-scale, factory farming which increasingly relies on genetically engineered seeds. Only by taking back the power when it comes to our diets can we stop supporting the systems that are working against our health and freedom. It’s time to grow food, not lawns. It’s time to throw seed bombs everywhere. The revolution is growing and resistance is fertile.

Derrick Broze is an investigative journalist and liberty activist. He is the Lead Investigative Reporter for ActivistPost.com and the founder of the TheConsciousResistance.com. Follow him on Twitter.

Quantum Effect, Mandela Effect Videos and Lists

Recently, I have been consumed with trying to figure out how things are changing in the physical world from this quantum effect. I am particularly interested in scriptural changes, as it is the one thing I thought I could always depend on to remain the same. Here is a list that I know has a few mistakes on it because people fail to differentiate between KJV and KJV 1611. However, many of these are solid changes. For example, neither KJV or KJV 1611 ever had the word “matrix” for womb, and now it has that word five times in Exodus and in Numbers. Never mind “don’t go back for your stuff” in Luke 17:31.

I also am very interested in what it is that causes people to either perceive changes or fail to perceive any changes. There are numerous theories about how these changes may have manifested, and a lot of those theories have to do with CERN, the large Hadron collider in Geneva, Switzerland. There are many other smaller colliders, and if you are interested, you can research those locations and experiments as well. I simply don’t have time to do that right now.

Here’s a summary of the theories that I am aware of people putting forth:

We have slipped into a different time stream without our awareness.

There is a warp where time streams are overlapping, which is why some people remember some things and others do not remember.

There have been some anatomical changes in us particularly in our vision and in our hearing.

We are in a different dimension passing through to another existence.

Everyone that perceives changes has died and we are in an inbetween existence.

And what I believe….Cern has opened a portal and artificial intelligence is working through a quantum computer changing certain things and running algorithm checks on the program to determine who is resistant to their programming and why. I think this is the beginning of the strong delusion.

Here is a video, published on 11/3/2014 by CERN that has “Mandela” at the 2:33 mark. It’s about 3 and half minutes with a load of symbology in it.

Now, I am not telling anyone else what to think. Do your own research and determine what it is that YOU think. Here is a large list, and I in no way agree with everything on this list, but it is a good starting point. Perhaps you perceive no changes. Okay, then don’t worry about it.

My favorite guy on You Tube for scriptural changes who also seems to share my theory is Photohelix.

Here is a link to what I consider to be his most important video. He has a bunch of them, and I highly recommend his videos on the effect and scripture.

Then, the man that has done the most research on CERN. His name is Anthony Patch and if you click on this link, you can read his “ubiquitous” quotes.

Here is a video of his that I think is terrifically important:

Finally, it may interest you to know that CERN is now claiming creation of the internet. CERN and GOOGLE have quantum computers…These are AI computers that state that they work through other dimensions to compute answers to effectively unfathomable questions. Here’s the link for CERN’s claims regarding the internet. And here is a short video about the CERN operatic dance called “Symmetry”:

The Mandela Effect, Or Quantum Effect: What do you see?

If you haven’t yet heard about the Mandela Effect, get ready to learn about it. It is very interesting and very, very “woo woo”. I seriously did not want to say anything about it because it is, far and away, the biggest, strangest, scariest and weirdest thing I have ever come across. But as you can tell, I decided I just had to say something about it anyway. By the time you get to the end of this, you will understand the reticence, because if people do NOT get this, they think that you are….well, crazy.

First, to define it. The term Mandela Effect was coined by a lady named Fiona Broome.  Evidently, thousands of people recall Nelson Mandela dying in prison, and recall watching the funeral on television and details that don’t bear out via internet searches. Mandela evidently died in 2013, not in the late 1980’s or early 1990’s as many people recall. More people recall other things than the earlier demise of Mandela, so it is a bit of a misnomer, bit it has been named “Mandela Effect” because of so many people having that memory of Mandela’s death. I’ll run through a short list of things, and you can see what your memory tells you about this “effect”. It runs across the full spectrum of media, product names, marketing and even scripture….Scripture is why I have involved myself in looking into this so intently.

So, here is the “Mandela Effect” intro…(drum roll, please!)

What is the most common adult diaper on the market? “Depends” is what everyone calls it, and what a lot of people remember, but…(you might need one by the time I am done, ahem)…It is now, and always has been, “Depend”. No “s”.

How about Bragg’s vinegar? That is seriously good vinegar, and highly recommended by many for all of the great things that good cider vinegar does for a body. Now it is….and always has been, “Bragg”. Again, no “s”.

Do you remember “Looney Toons”? Well, they still have “Tiny Toons”, but “Looney Toons” is now, and always has been, “Looney Tunes”.

Do you remember Redi Whip? The aerosolized whip cream in the refrigerator section? It is now, and always has been…”Reddi Wip”.

How about “Fruit Loops”? Evidently, now, when it came out in the late 1950’s, it was, and always has been, “Froot Loops”.

I definitely see the humor in “Looney Toons” and “Fruit Loops” both being on this list!

In the original Disney movie Snow White, what did the evil queen say when she spoke to the mirror?……….

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(long pause for effect…Pun intended….)

“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?”

That’s what I recall. But now, it is, and always has been….”Magic mirror on the wall…”

Mind you, this is on old VHS tapes, and on our old DVD here. It changed on our shelf, and even our youngest noted it. Honestly, it made her mad.

How about “The Empire Strikes Back”? If you remember the fight scene between Luke and Darth Vader, where Vader chops off Luke’s hand, what did Vader say to Luke about Luke’s father?

Was it, “Luke, I am your father”?

Or, was it, “No, I am your father”?

Lots of people remember, “Luke, I am your father”—

but now…it is and always has been, “No, I am your father”.

Evidently, James Earl Jones didn’t forget the line he originally said. Glitch in the matrix?

There are literally hundreds of these examples. I don’t see, or agree with all of them, but here is a list someone began so that people would have an easy way to check things.

Then, for those of you who are believers, what kind of animal lays down with the lamb?

If you answered “lion”, we remember the same thing. I even have it marked in both places in Isaiah (11:6 and 65:25) in my very worn out KJV 1611 from the 1990’s.

But now, it says, “the wolf shall also dwell with the lamb….” And it “always” has said the wolf shall dwell with the lamb. But it didn’t. And according to one person who was working on a play, it changed about 9 months ago in Isaiah 11:6. According to a good friend, her scriptures said “lion” in Isaiah 65:25 on May 26th, and then on May 28th, it had changed to the wolf.

These are hard copies of printed bibles that are on our shelves. Not new ones that have been edited in a publisher’s office and then printed. This is changing on the shelf.

Also, a very famous verse that both believers and non-believers have memorized is different. In Matthew 7:1, it always used to say “Judge not, lest ye be judged”.  Now it says, “Judge not that ye be not judged”.

There are a lot of things out there that people are saying is the “Mandela Effect” that is really just a memory issue. But there are many, many, other things that are solidly changed… and changing scripture is a huge, huge issue. And there are a lot of changes in scripture and most of them are in the King James Version.

We have six different versions of KJV here, and my Nelson Study Bible has the most changes along with my KJV 1611. The Scofield KJV Reference Bible still says  in Matthew 9:17 “Neither do men put new wine into old wineskins, else the wineskins break, and the wine runneth out, and the wineskins perish; but they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.” But the other KJV versions here now say “bottles” instead of wineskins. And “bottles” makes zero sense. Old bottles do NOT break when you put new wine into them. A cork might blow, but the bottles don’t break unless you drop them.

This is a video from a guy that I think really has this issue figured out. This is about the division between those who see this, and those who don’t. It’s about half an hour in length and may help you get this a little better:

 

Here is the latest video from photohelix. This explains the quantum aspect of this a little more. It is a bit lengthy, over an hour, but it gives insight that appears to be very important into this issue.

 

Let me know your thoughts on this. I’m very curious to know what people think.

 

FBI Doesn’t Want to Let You Know About Your Biometrics

As most of you know, your driver’s license puts you into a global database. It goes like this. The Dept of Motor Vehicles takes a high definition photo of you when you get or renew your license. That pic gets sent to a company called Morphos Trust. They then upload your high definition biometrically calculated (or calculatable) photo to their parent company Safran International. Then Safran sends it on to the IMF, World Bank and Interpol. They will assure that it is all innocent and won’t be used to establish a cashless society. Nice, huh?

Anyway, here is the article I was referencing above:

FBI Wants to Exempt Its Massive Biometric Database from Some Federal Privacy Rules

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The FBI wants to block individuals from knowing if their information is in a massive repository of biometric records, which includes fingerprints and facial scans, if the release of information would “compromise” a law enforcement investigation.

The FBI’s biometric database, known as the “Next Generation Identification System,” gathers a wide scope of information, including palm prints, fingerprints, iris scans, facial and tattoo photographs, and biographies for millions of people.

On Thursday, the Justice Department agency plans to propose the database be exempt from several provisions of the Privacy Act — legislation that requires federal agencies to share information about the records they collect with the individual subject of those records, allowing them to verify and correct them if needed.

Aside from criminals, suspects and detainees, the system includes data from people fingerprinted for jobs, licenses, military or volunteer service, background checks, security clearances, and naturalization, among other government processes.

Letting individuals view their own records, or even the accounting of those records, could compromise criminal investigations or “national security efforts,” potentially revealing a “sensitive investigative technique” or information that could help a subject “avoid detection or apprehension,” the draft posting said.

Another clause requires agencies to keep the records they collect to assure individuals any determination made about them was made fairly. Arguing for an exemption, the FBI posting claimed it is “impossible to know in advance what information is accurate, relevant, timely and complete” for “authorized law enforcement purposes.”

“With time, seemingly irrelevant or untimely information may acquire new significance when new details are brought to light,” the posting said. Information contained in the database could help with “establishing patterns of activity and providing criminal lead.”

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The proposal, open for public comment for a month after it’s officially posted, would set a worrying precedent in which law enforcement has significant leeway to decide what information to collect without informing the subject, according to Jeramie Scott, a national security counsel at the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a research group advocating for digital civil liberties.

In 2014, EPIC won a lawsuit against the FBI, arguing the contracts and technical requirements supporting the Next Generation Identification database be published.

The proposal’s suggestion that data could be used to establish “patterns of activity” was particularly troubling, Scott said.

“We don’t know exactly what that means,” Scott told Nextgov in an interview. “If you have no ability to access the record the FBI has on you, even when you’re not part of an investigation or under investigation, and lo and behold inaccurate information forms a ‘pattern of activity’ that then subjects you to [be] the focus of the FBI, then that’s a problem.”

It’s unclear how many individuals are covered in the database. FBI documents obtained by privacy rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2014 suggested the FBI’s facial recognition component was on track to contain 52 million images by 2015.

FBI did not respond to Nextgov’s request for comment.

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