(For those who read Unspun, I’ve left a message on the Unspun thread on the Roundtable about the emergency that just came up for Bernie, causing Unspun to not be delivered for a while. (link is included at the bottom of every edition of Unspun). And I’m a day late with unraveled as I had a busy day yesterday which included conducting a QHHT session — Laron)

Insider Comes Out Of The Shadows To Reveal He Has Autopsied Over 3000 ET Specimens
“The Facts:It took Emery Smith over a decade of being an anonymous insider to David Wilcock to finally come out into the public and talk about his experiences in black ops projects, where he says that he performed autopsies on over 3000 different ET specimens.
Reflect On:Does the testimony of Emery Smith seem possible to you? Is it important for the Awakening Community to try to piece together the larger reality of these hidden projects and bases in order to move forward in our quest for sovereignty on the planet?”

A NASA Spacecraft May Have Detected A Giant Wall At The Edge Of The Solar System
“NASA‘s New Horizons spacecraft has helped scientists study a mysterious phenomenon at the edge of the Solar System, where particles from the Sun and interstellar space interact. This region, about 100 times further from the Sun than Earth, is where uncharged hydrogen atoms from interstellar space meet charged particles from our Sun. The latter extend out from our Sun in a bubble called the heliosphere.”

Father of the internet, Tim Berners-Lee, says it’s failed humanity
“Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the internet, but he says it has “failed rather than served humanity”. So he’s doing something about it. Russian hackers’ alleged interference in the 2016 United States presidential election and the Cambridge Analytica Facebook privacy breach scandal are among abuses of the internet that have “devastated” Berners-Lee. He’s now launched Solid, a project that “gives every user a choice about where data is stored, which specific people and groups can access select elements, and which apps you use”. The aim is to “restore the power and agency of individuals on the web”.”
WWW Inventor’s New Internet OS Would Allow Users To Control Their Personal Data

Fresh air from New Zealand goes on sale at a duty free shop for $100
“Cans of New Zealand air have sparked outrage after they were spotted on sale for almost $100. Four cans of the ‘Pure Fresh New Zealand Air’ were seen on display with a price tag of $98.99 at a duty free shop at Auckland International Airport, the Daily Mail reported. A photo of the ‘value pack’ cans – saving customers $20 off the normal retail price – was shared to Twitter by journalist Damian Christie on Thursday. “You’ve got to be s***ting me. Also, $98 so not exactly a cute prank gift,” he posted alongside the photo.”

RADS ON A PLANE: For the past three years, Spaceweather.com and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus have been flying cosmic ray sensors onboard commercial airlines, gathering data over 27 countries, 5 continents and 2 oceans. New results from the study are available today. Highlights: In the USA, planes flying over New England receive as much as 30% more radiation than planes flying over the desert Southwest. In South America, Chile has unusually low radiation–a likely result of its location on the verge of the South Atlantic Anomaly.”
— Space Weather.com (Follow their aviation research at RadsonaPlane.com)

“With the Sun’s Grand Minimum, our planet is about to undergo very serious changes that will be dominated by the weather of global cooling.
All the hyperbole, lying and propaganda of man-made global warming’ will be seen by most people for what it has always been – a complete myth perpetuated by those who never knew what they were talking and writing about in the first place. The economic, social and political changes caused by the Sun’s quiescent phase which locks in the new mini-ice age we have entered will change the face of the planet in the 2020s, 2030s and 2040s.”

Parents tell how they almost lost baby after rotavirus vaccine
“A week after a 3-month-old boy was vaccinated against the rotavirus disease he almost died from an obstruction to his intestines – an issue known to be a rare response to the vaccine.​”

Auckland reservoirs temporarily offline after 1080 drop
“Two reservoirs supplying water to Aucklanders have been temporarily shut off after an aerial 1080 operation. The Council dropped toxic bait pellets across a 16,000-hectare block in the Hunua ranges yesterday morning after an Environment Court interim injunction postponing the drop lapsed on Friday. The regional park is closed for monitoring and two of the regional park’s four public reservoirs have been isolated from the city’s water supply. Auckland Council park manager Mace Ward told RNZ reporter Katie Scotcher the reservoirs would be shut off for at least 48 hours. The Hunua Ranges Regional Park is closed for at least five days.”
(A standard process that they go through, but still… what if something went wrong!)

Einstein’s Religion-Bashing ‘God Letter’ Expected to Sell for $1.5 Million at Christie’s
“A handwritten letter in which Albert Einstein grappled with God, the Bible and his own Jewish identity will go up for auction on Dec. 4 at Christie’s auction house in New York City. This infamous “God Letter,” penned a year before Einstein’s death in 1955, is expected to sell for between $1 million and $1.5 million, according to a statement from Christie’s.”

Health & Nature

“One could recall that back in April 2010 an explosion at a British Petroleum oil rig resulted in millions of barrels of oil contaminating the Gulf of Mexico. Despite the drastic measures taken to prevent an environmental catastrophe, an oil slick produced by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill covered over sixty thousand square miles. As one of the means of addressing the environmental catastrophe on their hands, Washington decided to take drastic measures, regardless of the possible consequences of those actions. It was at that time when an artificially created microorganism nicknamed Cynthia was unleashed, without any kind of examination of the possible threat it may pose to the environment. Cynthia is the brainchild of the J. Craig Venter Institute — which was engaged in genetic engineering experiments since the beginning of the 21st century — and Synthetic Genomics Inc, and was created and funded directly by BP. It was believed that Cynthia feeds on oil, but it turns out now that it is equally willing to consume all forms of organic life as well…”
(Sept. 2016 article)

This Test Can Measure the ‘Dark Core’ of Your Personality
“Narcissists, psychopaths and sadists all have something in common: An underlying “dark core” of personality. And a test can help measure them.”

‘Dirt Rich’ — The Importance of Biochar and Regenerative Systems for Soil Health
“An estimated 80 percent of soil carbon in heavily farmed areas has been lost due to destructive plowing, overgrazing and the use of carbon-depleting chemical fertilizers and pesticides
By adding more carbon back into the soil and preventing carbon losses, we can address many of today’s most pressing problems, including dwindling water reserves, soil degeneration and poor nutrition
Carbon sequestration can reduce the carbon dioxide load in the atmosphere, and once sequestered in the soil, the carbon actively nourishes soil health and improves water retention
Organic carbon is stored in soil by exclusively binding to certain soil structures, and the soil’s capacity to absorb carbon dioxide is directly related to its health
One way to increase carbon in your soil is to add biochar, which is created by slowly heating a biomass in a low-oxygen environment (such as a kiln) until everything but the carbon is burned off”

“Dry salt releases negative ions into the air. They attach themselves to harmful bacteria, mold spores, viruses, and other positively-charged airborne toxins. The saturation of negative ions in the air causes the positively-charged pathogens to float away. The presence of negative ions produced by saltwater is why trips to the beach always feel invigorating. According to a study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association(JAMA), based on 500,000 individual patient records, long-term exposure to air pollutants can lead directly to cardiopulmonary diseases and lung cancer. Getting immersed in saltwater and breathing natural salt can improve chronic respiratory diseases.”

“Living” Chandelier Made with Algae-Filled Leaves Naturally Purifies the Air

Here’s Why You Don’t Ever Want to Eat Moldy Bread
“Mold is a microscopic fungi; there may be up to 300,000 species, some of which are poisonous if you eat them
Mold grows by sending out a network of thread-like roots throughout the nutrient source; stalks containing the reproductive part of the fungi grow upward producing visible, colored spores
Inhaling or consuming mold may expose you to mycotoxins, poisonous substances often found around the thread-like roots, increasing your risk of gastrointestinal and liver damage
Reduce mold growth at home by inspecting food for mold before purchase, purchasing food within expiration dates, keeping humidity at home below 40 percent, cleaning your refrigerator every week or so and removing moldy or spoiled foods immediately”

“Psychologists at the University of Sussex have confirmed that the warm glow of kindness is real, even when there’s nothing in it for you. In their study, published in NeuroImage, they undertook a major analysis of existing research showing the brain scans relating to over 1000 people making kind decisions. For the first time, they split the analysis between what happens in the brain when people act out of genuine altruism — where there’s nothing in it for them — and when they act with strategic kindness — when there is something to be gained as a consequence.”

For the cost of an iPhone, you can now buy a wind turbine that can power an entire house for lifetime

NZ Samoan couple shut out of Samoan inquiry into vaccine deaths, despite losing two children

WTF Is Holding Space. (A Man’s Guide)
(Intro by a FB friend: “a great intro to what it means to “hold space” for someone. the title says “a man’s guide” however I’d suggest it’s a great guide for all who do not have experience with this. Holding space does not mean judging, but being present–of your own emotions and those of another. It does not mean defending or blaming, it means being conscious and empathizing. it does not mean remaining silent. or allowing another’s words and feeling fade into thin air, but providing valid support when needed without trying to fix it. Holding space is a skill and a gift.”)

“Canola oil has practically taken over as the food processing industry’s oil of choice. Whether it’s mayonnaise, chips, or salad dressings, canola oil is usually the first, second or third ingredient on the list. Unfortunately, the health dangers of canola oil are far beyond what we’ve been led to believe.”

“Travellers entering New Zealand who refuse to disclose passwords for their digital devices during forced searches could face prosecution and fines of more than $3,000 (A$4180), a move that border officials said Tuesday made the country the first to impose such penalties.”

Tell clothing retailers to stop plastic pollution
“Every time we wash these clothes tiny bits of plastic – called microfibres – escape into our waterways, and eventually our oceans. These microfibres are so tiny that they can be mistaken for food by ocean wildlife and could potentially end up in our food chain.”

Smart Meters Causing Tidal Wave Of Mysterious Illnesses

How Society Kills Your Creativity In An Award Winning Pixar-esque Short Film

A 200-year-old guide to color, redesigned for the internet age
“Centuries after naturalists used it to define the colors they saw in the natural world, Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours is back.”

“The right balance of good and bad bacteria in our gut affects our ability to extract nutrients from our food, supports our immune system function and affects mental health. Yet it seems the microbiome of children is potentially compromised by common household products, such as disinfectant cleaners.”


Life, Art & Entertainment

‘We’ve been Banksy’d!’ Balloon girl self-destructs on fetching $1.3mn at Sotheby’s auction
“The elusive world-famous British street artist Banksy has reportedly pulled off one of the greatest art heists, allowing his own painting to self-destruct, just moments after ‘Girl with a Balloon’ had fetched over £1mn at auction. Art lovers and collectors appeared shocked the moment Banksy’s Girl with a Balloon shredded itself into ribbons immediately after hammering a record of £860,000 (£1.04mn or $1.37mn with buyer’s premium) at a Contemporary Art Evening Auction at Sotheby’s London on Friday.”

Seeing Ourselves in Animals Throughout Art History
“The exhibition Stampede prods the viewer to consider how artists use animals to represent human traits and critique the world we humans live within.”

19 People Who Survived Getting Struck By Lightning Show What It Does To Your Skin

Student entrepreneurs think inside the box
“Living and working in a glass cube, an interdisciplinary team of students reimagined the ambulance of the future as part of a global startup competition.”

Farmers Are Using Flamethrowing Tractors To Get Rid Of Weeds And Pests

3,500 Occult Manuscripts Will Be Digitized & Made Freely Available Online, Thanks to Da Vinci Code Author Dan Brown
(December 2017 article)

Why do Couples Fall Out of Love After Some Time?
“Sadhguru answers a question about why even the most intense love affair seems to go sour after some time.”

What are the most important moral problems of our time? | Will MacAskill
“Of all the problems facing humanity, which should we focus on solving first? In a compelling talk about how to make the world better, moral philosopher Will MacAskill provides a framework for answering this question based on the philosophy of “effective altruism” — and shares ideas for taking on three pressing global issues.”

(CreativeLive has a tonne of online classes so if you’re interested in expanding on your skills why not take advantage of this $15 off your first class!)

Ceramicist Carves Into Pottery to Reveal Unexpected Layers of Color Underneath
“Artist Sean Forest Roberts brings an experimental attitude to his ceramic practice. Working under the name Forest Ceramic Company, the Washington-based creative uses his background in chemistry and four years in science labs to explore new ways to develop surface patterns and porcelain forms. His current work features marbling designs and carved ceramics—a practice that has gained him attention around the world.”

Rock that was used as a door stop for 30 years turns out to be a $100k METEORITE (and it came free with the house!)
“-A Michigan-based man had been gifted the rock by a farmer in 1988
-Previous owner said he had seen it coming down some time during the 1930s
-It is 88 percent iron and 12 percent nickel, a metal rarely found on Earth”

Metaphysics, Spirituality & The Shift In Consciousness
Including secrets revealed…

Weather: New Zealand drying out faster than usual

Bizarre Particles Keep Flying Out of Antarctica’s Ice, and They Might Shatter Modern Physics
“Physicists don’t know what it is exactly. But they do know it’s some sort of cosmic ray — a high-energy particle that’s blasted its way through space, into the Earth, and back out again. But the particles physicists know about — the collection of particles that make up what scientists call the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics — shouldn’t be able to do that. Sure, there are low-energy neutrinos that can pierce through miles upon miles of rock unaffected. But high-energy neutrinos, as well as other high-energy particles, have “large cross-sections.” That means that they’ll almost always crash into something soon after zipping into the Earth and never make it out the other side.”

(Above) Sadhguru explains what made Gandhiji such a phenomenal being, and also describes various activities underway, to make society today more aware of Mahatma’s ideals.

Venus Retrograde In Scorpio & Libra: Adjustments Around Relationships & Values

Woman Shares Her Incredible Paranormal Experience She Had At Brown Mountain, North Carolina
“The Facts:Brown Mountain, located in North Caronlina, has become known for having many strange occurrences happen around it, and is full of stories from people who’ve experienced some strange things as well. This article represents one of many examples.
Reflect On:Why is there such a strong effort to conceal this information and keep it from the public? This is a common theme among those who have proof of their experience, they experience harassment.”

Large earth cracks rip football pitch in half after mine collapse, Ireland

Major early-season snowstorm shatters Calgary’s snow, temperature, precipitation and humidity records, Canad

Over 1 000 vehicles stranded after sudden snow and blizzard hit southwest China’s Sichuan Province

6 months’ worth of rain in 3 hours, unprecedented rain floods Dubrovnik, Croat

Worst grain harvest in 35 years due to unseasonable weather, Denmark

September 2018 Australia’s driest September on record

Third most energetic meteor of the year recorded over Reunion and Mauriti

(Above) Clif Highfrom yesterday: Tantrums, toilets, trash, #SSP, Roswell Antarctica, Grand Global LARP – GIWP

This weekend, we face the most serious threat to the world that we have ever seen
“I predict that by Sunday there will be world-wide turmoil. A grave paradigm shift is happening this weekend that will reverberate throughout our collective cultures for years, possibly decades to come. I have prepared my family. Ammo has been purchased, food stores have been stocked. The cultural repercussions from this weekends event will have a dire, perhaps ugly direct impact on our society for generations. ”

China planted chips in Apple and Amazon servers, report claims
“Both firms deny report they found chips giving backdoor access to computers and data.”

Science & Technology

Huge dinosaur discovered
“Scientists have discovered a massive dinosaur which was the largest land animal on Earth during its time. Fossils found in South Africa suggest the behemoth weighed in at 11,800 kilograms – nearly 12 tonnes, according to the Current Biology journal. Researchers, led by palaeontologist Professor Jonah Choiniere of the University of Witwatersrand, dubbed the beast “ledumahadi mafube” – which translates to “giant thunderclap at dawn” from the local Sesotho language.”

Lockheed Martin unveils lunar lander double the size of the Apollo capsule that would let astronauts stay on the moon for two weeks at a time
“-Lockheed Martin’s concept would use NASA’s planned Deep Space Gateway space station as a ‘mothership’
-The 46 foot (14m) high, single-stage spacecraft can carry up to four astronauts to the lunar surface
-It would be able to stay for up to 14 days before the vehicle’s engines blast it back into lunar orbit
-Then returns to the Gateway, where it can be refueled, serviced, and then kept in orbit until the next mission”

Infectious bacteria hibernate to evade antibiotics
“Researchers have discovered a surprising tactic of pathogenic bacteria when being attacked by antibiotics: hibernation.”

Dwarf planet ‘The Goblin’ discovery redefining solar system
“Massively elongated orbit suggests object is influenced by theoretical giant Planet Nine in Oort Cloud region.”

“Stars are not neutral entities existing in a medium that isolates them from one another. In an Electric Universe, stars are not powered by hydrogen fusion, but by incoming electric charge. If any fusion takes place, it is not in the core, but in the stellar photosphere, or surface, of a star. There is no intensely hot core radiating energy from thousands of kilometers deep inside. Instead, heavy elements are synthesized in plasma discharges that “precipitate” into a star’s interior (like a rain of metal atoms) through a process called, “Marklund convection“.”

“New biomedical techniques, like next-generation genome sequencing, are creating vast amounts of data and transforming the scientific landscape. They’re leading to unimaginable breakthroughs – but leaving researchers racing to keep up.”

“The discovery of rock carvings believed to be tens of thousands of years old in India’s western state of Maharashtra has greatly excited archaeologists who believe they hold clues to a previously unknown civilisation, BBC Marathi’s Mayuresh Konnur reports. The rock carvings – known as petroglyphs – have been discovered in their thousands atop hillocks in the Konkan region of western Maharashtra. Mostly discovered in the Ratnagiri and Rajapur areas, a majority of the images etched on the rocky, flat hilltops remained unnoticed for thousands of years. “Our first deduction from examining these petroglyphs is that they were created around 10,000BC,” the director of the Maharashtra state archaeology department, Tejas Garge, told the BBC. ”

Start your career in game development with 60 hours of instruction
“Thanks to platforms like GOG and Steam, indie game developers are thriving like never before. If you want to build games for a living (or just for fun) the Unity 3D & VR Game Development Bundle can help you get started. You can currently get all 60 hours of training now for just $39 at the PopSci Shop.”
(When I was studying writing I 2015, I got an A+ for my game design/writing course (one of 8 in the diploma). I’ve always been tempted to create a few games focused around spirituality/metaphysics. — Laron)

To celebrate NASA’s 60th birthday, 21 vintage photos from space
“One small step for a man and his camera, one giant leap for photography.”

Unraveled Friday | A Collection From The World Wide WebQuote or Poem

transients.info’s Roundtable Forum Thread Of The Moment

A UFO Crash in Antarctica | Time-cross Remote Viewing Project


Attached by Amir Levine. “We already rely on science to tell us what to eat, when to exercise, and how long to sleep. Why not use science to help us improve our relationships? In this revolutionary book, psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller scientifically explain why why some people seem to navigate relationships effortlessly, while others struggle.

Discover how an understanding of adult attachment—the most advanced relationship science in existence today—can help us find and sustain love. Pioneered by psychologist John Bowlby in the 1950s, the field of attachment posits that each of us behaves in relationships in one of three distinct ways:

• Anxious people are often preoccupied with their relationships and tend to worry about their partner’s ability to love them back
• Avoidant people equate intimacy with a loss of independence and constantly try to minimize closeness.
• Secure people feel comfortable with intimacy and are usually warm and loving.

Attached guides readers in determining what attachment style they and their mate (or potential mate) follow, offering a road map for building stronger, more fulfilling connections with the people they love”


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“Cans of New Zealand air have sparked outrage after they were spotted on sale for almost $100. Four cans of the ‘Pure Fresh New Zealand Air’ were seen on display with a price tag of $98.99 at a duty free shop at Auckland

A bit pricey for me – wonder if there is an expiration date.

Reminds me of that pink Himalayan salt that is 3 billion years old which expires next week!