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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Iluminati card game and the future

It is important to seek the Lord in prayer!

I ask God to confirm in your heart that what you are about to see is true.

There is a group of people who want to control the world and have a plan that matches what God previously revealed to the prophets, many years ago.

They think they have control but it is God who does and let them do what they think is their plan without knowing it is God who is doing what previously said would happen.

They are guided by Satan and are involved in occultism and have a code that requires them to show what they will do before it happens ...

In 1990, game inventor Steve Jackson of S. J. Games started working on an Illuminati role playing card game called “Illuminati – New World Order.” This card game details events that the Illuminati want to bring about in order to establish the New World Order. He revised and published the game in 1995. Occultist David Icke has pulled out the most pertinent nine of the 100 cards in the game to tell the story, which was on his web site, for many years.

Thing that have happend years ago:

Internet was commercialized in 1995 when NSFNET was decommissioned, removing the last restrictions on the use of the Internet to carry commercial traffic, No FACEBOOK at that time.

500 Channels and nothing on, this happens to me all the time, but they want us to waste time on this.

What does teflon has to do with this
game?? well it has been prove that if you use your stove for a log time the teflon comes out and the steam that is produce wile you cook produce cancer, Ask the employees of the factories that produce teflon.

Comet Hale-Bopp seen above the ancient stone circle of Stonehenge in south west England Friday March 28 1997.

See what it says: Telling you that the last days are near.

Recent come to pass....

9/11, Keep in mind the game is from 1995!!!

Unoficialy HAARP was created in 1997

HAARP can do this

2004 Tsunami

2008 bank crisis

The Tax reform pass in 2010 in the US, it was not just Social security bill.


BP oil spill 2010

Remember Indiana Jones!!!, well the newest was recover 15 days ago from a Himmler descendant.

Japan 2011, Earhtquake, Sunami and Nuclear Accident

Wako Clock tower Japon

We are in a midle of this:

Things to come:

Tape Runs Out: This card depicts a reel-to-reel audiotape machine with the tape running out. Behind it is a picture of the world being split in half. Under the picture is written; “When the rapture comes…” This card represents the Day of the Lord and rapture of the church.

Revelation 13:5-8 (King James Version)

 5And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months.
 6And he opened his mouth in blasphemy against God, to blaspheme his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven.
 7And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
 8And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

Revelation 13:14-17 (King James Version)

 14And deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.
 15And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.
 16And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
 17And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.


There is thousands of cattle mutilation around the world, they apear without blood and there is no trace of human intervention. 

Time Related:

who is this?

Please read this and think who I´m talking about?

Began as a republic 
Became empires.
Most powerful nation on earth.
Occupied the Middle East.
His currency became universal around the world.
Had corrupt leaders.
Had a Capitol hill
Had corrupt Senate.
Had a flag.
People pledged allegiance to the flag.
Have sports stadiums.
Enjoyed watches races.
Became obsessed with luxuries
Allowed homosexuality.
Allowed abortions.
Overtaxed the rich.
Welfare state.
Export sin to the world
Deny his economic problems 
World dislike
Promote sin in his people
Leaders betray his people

It´s easy: Roman Empire, any resemblance to the modern world is coincidence!!

Iran: Bahrain invaders playing with fire

Remember yesterday report on Iran willing to invade Israel, and how the dead of the Saudi king will trigger the things, well today Iran is provoking Saudi Arabia

The National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) has warned against Saudi Arabia's invasion of Bahrain, calling on Riyadh to leave the Persian Gulf state.

“Saudi Arabia knows better than any other country that playing with fire in the sensitive Middle East region will not be in their interests,” said the commission in a Thursday statement regarding the ongoing developments in the region.

“Instead of pursuing US policies in the region, Saudi Arabia had better think about its own interests and the Muslim world and take steps to pull out its forces from Bahrain in order to establish peace and security in the region and refrain from adding to complications,” it added.

The Majlis commission warned that the regional developments would get the United States and its allies bugged down, irrespective of all their mobilized efforts.

The Iranian lawmakers noted that the deployment of Saudi and United Arab Emirates (UAE) troops, backed by the US, in Bahrain would complicate the situation in the region and strengthen the resolve of Bahrainis to counter the 'occupiers.'

Backed by forces deployed by Saudi Arabia and the UAE, the Bahraini government has launched indiscriminate armed attacks on peaceful anti-government protesters.

At least 24 people have been killed and about 1,000 others injured during the Manama-sanctioned violence.

Bahraini demonstrators maintain that they will hold their ground until their demands for freedom, constitutional monarchy as well as a proportional voice in the government are met.

The statement announced that the Libyan, Yemeni and Bahraini governments are killing their own people, adding that it would be a 'stigma' for officials of these countries. 

It pointed to the role of the US, which claims to defend human rights in the world, and said the United States has demonstrated that it only thinks of its own interests.

It questioned Washington's silence on the brutal killings of people in Libya and emphasized that member states of the UN Security Council passed a hasty draft resolution when “they feel that people are likely to take control of affairs and a popular government may be established in the (African) country which will undermine their dominance over oil resources.”

“They launched their military operations with the purpose of maintaining their dominance over energy resources of another Muslim country,” the commission said. 

It pointed out that the US and Israel are the main enemies of the world and stressed that they continue to hatch plots in an attempt to achieve domination over the Muslim world.

The statement pointed to the plots of colonial powers, particularly Britain, to cause a rift between Shia and Sunni Muslims and called on Muslims in the region to strengthen their unity and solidarity in order to counter such 'ominous conspiracies.'

Libya says at least 114 people -- many of them civilians -- have been killed since US-led forces launched aerial and sea attacks on the North African country.

Libyan troops have also killed thousands of civilians since the revolution started against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in mid-February. 


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Sarkozy Backs IMF as Currency Enforcer as G-20 Officials Gather in Nanjing

The International Atomic Energy Agency says radiation levels twice as high as its criterion for evacuation were detected in a village 40 kilometers from the troubled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.

This is outside the 20 kilometer exclusion zone and the 20-to-30 kilometer alert zone where the Japanese government advises voluntary evacuation.

The nuclear watchdog reported the findings at a meeting of its members in Vienna on Wednesday.

The IAEA said its experts measured levels of Iodine 131 and Cesium 137 in soil around the plant between March 18th and 26th.

It said measurements in Iitate Village, 40 kilometers northwest of the Fukushima plant, was double the IAEA operational criteria for evacuation and that it has advised Japan to carefully assess the situation.

In Tokyo on Thursday, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told reporters that the government has been notified by the IAEA of its radiation findings.

Edano said the reported radiation levels in Iitate will not have an immediate impact on human health but could be harmful if exposed over a long period of time. He said the government will closely assess the long-term impact and take
appropriate action

NHK World

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Greek credit rating slashed to below Egypt'sfinds

What do you think it's going to happen if European economy falls?
But the SOROS media keeps on saying "everything it´s fine"

EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - Both Greece and Portugal saw their credit rating slashed by ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Tuesday (29 March).

The firm downgraded Greece by two notches to 'BB-' and Portugal by one, to 'BBB-'.

The cut places Greece's credit rating below that of Egypt, currently involved in the uncertainty of its ongoing revolutionary process

It is also the second downgrade for Portugal by S&P in a week.

S&P said that the cuts were required as a result of fresh concerns that investors could be hit by some form of restructuring under the European Union's new permanent bail-out fund, due to kick in from 2013.

Yields on Greek 10-year bonds climbed sharply to 12.568 percent, up from 12.499 percent, while Portugal saw its yield increase from 7.818 percent to 7.881 percent.

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou reacted angrily to the move.

"We have seen the ratings agencies go from the bubble of euphoria to the panic of risk," he said after a gathering of MEPs from the Socialists and Democrats group in the European Parliament who were meeting in the Greek capital.

"Only two years ago they were rating AAA all the toxic bonds that created the crisis," he continued, reports local conservative daily Kathimerini.

Portuguese caretaker leader Jose Socrates for his part said he was determined not to request a bail-out from the IMF and EU. "The government doesn't have any intention of doing that. We are very determined that that doesn't happen," he said.

Meanwhile, civil unrest in Greece appears to be returning along with the spring weather.

On Tuesday hundreds of residents of the town of Keratea, near the capital, who are opposed to the construction of a landfill site, fought pitched battles with riot police after authorities attempted to remove barricades from the roads. Police fired repeated rounds of tear gas at residents hurling firebombs and rocks.

Residents have been protesting the landfill site for three months, and according to reports, resistance has spread to the nearby town of Laurio, who ran to defend the barricades as well. Air-raid sirens and church bells rang out in both towns urging citizens to join the protests.

On Wednesday, doctors and nurses are scheduled to start a two-day strike against nationally imposed cuts and primary and secondary school teachers are also walking out over complaints of the closure or merger of some 1000 schools. Some schools also face occupation by campaigners.

Teachers, students and parents are to march on the parliament at midday.

In another instance of what the right is calling Greece's 'ungovernability', in Athens on Monday the occupation of the town hall by temporary workers angry at their precarious contracts entered its second week. Similar protests have spread to four other town halls.

Representatives of the troika of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund are due back in the Greek capital next week to give an assessment of the country's austerity measures.

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Irish prepare to learn full cost of banking crisis

FILE - This is a Thursday, Nov. 4 2010 file photo  of a Bank of Ireland building in Dublin, Ireland. Bank of Ireland shares fell 7 percent Wednesday M

DUBLIN – Ireland prepared to learn the full cost of its banking crisis on Thursday when the results of stress tests were expected to reveal that four banks need billions more in aid, likely giving the government extra ammunition in its campaign to force some of the losses on international investors.
As the results loomed, market tensions were at a high, forcing the suspension of trading in the shares of Bank of Ireland and Allied Irish Banks. Irish Life & Permanent and the Educational Building Society were also being tested.
A senior Irish banker, Mike Aynsley, said he expected the tests to conclude that the four lenders would need another euro18 billion to euro25 billion ($25 billion to $35 billion) to strengthen them against any future shocks.
That figure would come on top of the euro46 billion ($65 billion) that Ireland, a nation of just 1.8 million income-tax payers, has already paid to prevent the outright collapse of five banks since 2008. Ireland has repeatedly been forced to raise its worst-case estimates of bank losses as its property market sinks deeper, forcing many of construction barons into bankruptcy.
This time, the newly elected government of Prime Minister Enda Kenny appears poised to break with its predecessor and demand that the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund support a solution that would pass some of the losses on the banks' senior bondholders.
EU and IMF chiefs, who provided Ireland a potential euro67.5 billion ($95 billion) credit line in November to fund its bank bailouts and wider deficits, at that time ruled out forcing burden-sharing on Ireland's foreign — chiefly British, German and American — bondholders. New EU bailout rules due to come into force in 2013 would require banks, hedge funds and others who lend money to European banks to take losses in event of a bailout.
Following the test results by the Irish Central Bank, Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan is expected to unveil radical plans to slash and merge Ireland's banks into potentially just two survivors: Bank of Ireland and Allied Irish Banks.
Before trading opened Thursday, the Irish Stock Exchange and the Central Bank announced a 24-hour suspension in dealing the shares of both banks. They said the temporary withdrawal was designed to prevent "a disorderly market" fanned by potentially inaccurate rumors.
Trading was already suspended Wednesday in Ireland's other publicly listed bank, Irish Life & Permanent. The shares of all three banks were expected to resume trade Friday.
Ireland plunged into a financial morass after its banks spent a decade gorging themselves on real estate loans that started going sour in 2008. Ireland's previous government — uncomfortably close to many of the country's real estate barons — tried to discourage investors from fleeing the banks by issuing a blanket guarantee that instead has left taxpayers on the hook for all their losses.
Last year, as Ireland found itself unable to fund a deficit ballooning because of the bank bailout bill, the nation was forced to negotiate an EU-IMF bailout designed to cover Ireland's cash needs through 2014.
Economists warn that Ireland's weak growth prospects, hobbled by years of spending cuts and tax hikes, make it hard to see any solution that doesn't involve eventual default.
Irish economics commentator David McWilliams said the time was long overdue for the banking losses in Ireland, Greece and elsewhere to be borne by the European banks that loaned them the money.
"The markets know the European Union is only buying time," said McWilliams, an ardent campaigner for Ireland to default on banking debts. "The banks of Germany and France that loaned euro700 billion to the peripheral countries of Europe are going to have to take the pain of the irrationality of their own business decisions over the last four years."
Potentially setting the stage for debt restructuring — when lenders agree to take losses or slower repayments at lower interest rates — the Irish Central Bank last month reported that the majority of Ireland's outstanding bank bonds are no longer covered by the state guarantee.
It said about euro21 billion ($30 billion) is guaranteed and must be repaid when the bonds mature, but euro40 billion ($55 billion) more is unguaranteed, unsecured or both — and could become targets of a negotiated partial default.
But if Ireland went down this route, it would require EU support because of Ireland's membership in the 17-nation eurozone — and would send shockwaves through financial systems worldwide. The biggest holders of Irish bank bonds are British, German and U.S. banks, which until now have suffered virtually no losses from Irish debt restructuring.

Associated Press

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Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe

Graphic: The path of radiation and its effects on humans

The technicians had tried for days to restore electricity to the remains of the Fukushima nuclear power plant. But then it was ordinary rubber boots, of all things, that would come to symbolize their desperation, helplessness and defeat.
On Thursday, the three men had made their way into the basement of the turbine building for reactor No. 3 to examine the situation there. When they returned later, they came fully equipped with tools and protective gear that included helmets, masks, rubber gloves and raincoats on top of their radiation suits.

The one thing the men were not prepared for was that suddenly they would be wading through more than a few inches of water. Two of the workers were only wearing ankle-high boots, which allowed the water to seep in. With wet feet, the men spent three-quarters of an hour working on the cables, despite the fact that their dosimeters were beeping for a long time.

The workers are now under observation at the National Institute of Radiological Sciences. The water at Fukushima was so contaminated that radioactive beta radiation burned their skin. In less than an hour, they were exposed to about 180 millisievert of radiation, or nine times as much as one nuclear power plant employee is exposed to in an entire year. "These kinds of burns will be causing problems for the men for a long time to come," says Peter Jacob, director of the Institute for Radiation Protection at the Helmholtz Center in Munich, Germany. Commenting on the exposure, a coworker of the three men said laconically: "We do pay attention. But now we have to be even more careful as we work."
How a Boiling Water Reactor Works
The incident revealed, once again, how little experts know about the dangers that still lurk on the grounds of the ill-fated plant. No one had expected the radiation level in the water in the basement to be as high as it was. The levels of radiation in water in the basement of reactors No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 reached record highs, with water at No. 2 measuring 1,000 millisieverts per hour. This was due to a partial core melt. Also, the containment vessel for the third reactor was apparently damaged, representatives of the Japanese nuclear regulatory agency concluded. Could this mean that there is a crack in the barrier between the highly radioactive core and the surrounding environment?
The beginning of last week offered grounds for cautious optimism. Power had been restored to the damaged reactor No. 1, a German concrete mixer was pumping water into the dangerously empty pool containing spent fuel rods in Unit 4, and there had been no explosions in the plant for an entire week. Two weeks after the disaster in Fukushima began, all of this sounded like good news.

'An Ongoing, Massive Release of Radioactivity'

Meanwhile, however, the engineers have been forced to realize that they have made almost no headway in restoring the cooling system. By Friday night, pumps were still not working in any of the damaged reactors. Up to 45 tons of sea salt have apparently accumulated in the containment vessels, complicating the cooling effort. The salt is crystallizing in warm spots and creating an unwanted layer of insulation. The engineers planned to start flushing fresh water into the reactors on Friday afternoon. But the reactors are only one problem. There's also the issue of the 3,450 spent fuel rods, which are red-hot, presumably severely damaged and exposed to the air in half-empty pools.
"We are experiencing an ongoing, massive release of radioactivity," says Wolfram K├Ânig, head of Germany's Federal Office for Radiation Protection. "And everyone should know by now that this isn't over by a long shot." Nuclear expert Helmut Hirsch says: "All I hear is that people are wondering whether this will turn into a meltdown. But the thing is, it already is a partial meltdown." The difference, in this case, is that Fukushima is a creeping disaster.
To make matters worse, the wind changed on Friday. Radioactive particles over the Pacific were now drifting westward across Japan. High levels of radiation were detected in vegetables, water and soil near the Fukushima plant.
The Japanese authorities have so far only evacuated a zone within 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) of Fukushima. But the risks posed by radiation are also growing for people outside this zone. "It is high time Japanese authorities extend the 20- kilometer (12.4-mile) evacuation zone around the crippled nuclear-power plant at Fukushima ... Pregnant women and small children should immediately be evacuated from a progressively increasing area," writes nuclear critic Mycle Schneider, lead author of the World Nuclear Industry Status Reports. Embryos, fetuses and infants are at the highest risk, because radiation targets cells that divide quickly.
Graphic: The danger zone
There are currently 77,000 people living in emergency shelters set up in places like gymnasiums. Another 62,000 people live within the 30-kilometer zone. The head of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRC) recommends expanding the evacuation zone to 80 kilometers, in which case 2 million people would have to be relocated -- in addition to the hundreds of thousands of earthquake and tsunami victims. Japanese authorities are now asking people to leave the area voluntarily.

The beleaguered Japanese are also being peppered with concerned advice, demands and speculation from the United States, Russia, Finland and Germany. Even France's nuclear safety agency IRSN, not exactly known for its cautionary approach to nuclear risks, published a disturbing model calculation last week. According to the report, by last Tuesday the Fukushima plant had already released into the environment one-tenth of the amount of radioactive material that was released at Chernobyl in 1986.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), however, believes that this estimate is highly exaggerated. According to its calculations, which are based on readings taken by measuring equipment at the site, the amount of radiation released to date is only a fraction of the French estimate.

The Spiegel


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