Unraveled | Edition 64: A Collection of Informational Links

Unraveled is a collection of links that Laron (founding editor of transients), gathers over the week that relate to the topics the site is known for, such as the shift in consciousness, metaphysics and spirituality, science and technology, health, art and creativity, and life in general.



Trump Lays Groundwork To Ban Mandatory Vaccinations Across U.S.
“President Trump has created a new division within the Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights, with the express purpose of banning mandatory vaccinations across the country, and ensuring citizens have a right to choose their own healthcare.”

Essential Oils Might Be the New Antibiotics
“Faced with increasingly drug-resistant bacteria, scientists and farmers are now looking to plant extracts to keep people and animals health”

Alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips
“Trades Union Congress concerned over tech being used to control and micromanage”

“In a 2016 study entitled “The Socio-economic Contribution of Religion to American Society: An Empirical Analysis”, Melissa and Brian Grim from Georgetown University and the Newseum Institute set out to determine the cost and contribution that religion has for American society.Under conservative estimates, faith-based organizations were found to generate roughly $378 billion per year. Being more than a third of a trillion dollars, that number actually accounts for more than the global revenue of both Apple and Microsoft combined.”

“Mark D’Amico and Kate McClure told the world Johnny Bobbitt gave his last $20 to help fill her gas tank, then raised $400,000 to help him out. Apparently, they made it up and now all three are facing charges.”
(It’s easy to fool the public. Social engineering is common. This story is a great example.

(Below: an hour and a half) “In this full-length conversation, Sadhguru and Terry Tamminen, CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, discuss how the massive ecological disaster we are heading toward could still be averted.”

How the Bacteria in Our Gut Influences Our Minds
“In the infographic, “Can Bacteria Talk To Your Brain? Your Microbes and Mental Health,” LabRoots, a website that emphasizes digital innovation in scientific collaboration and learning, shows how the brain and the digestive system are intricately linked. The gut is able to communicate with the brain via the vagus nerve — a cranial nerve extending from the brainstem to the abdomen via the heart, esophagus and lung — known as the gut-brain axis. Ninety percent of the fibers in the vagus carry information from the gut to the brain.”

Community of Tiny Homes Breaks Cycle of Addiction and Homelessness for Single Moms

“A Wisconsin, US company is giving its employees revolvers for Christmas in what it says is an effort to promote personal safety and team building.”

Planned Obsolescence Of Health Under The 5G Grid
“Millimeter waves are currently used by the U.S. Army as a crowd control dispersal weapon called Active Denial Systems. This would suggest that Congress plans to formalize 5G deployment unless they hear otherwise from constituents, and soon. Then again, why would legislators listen to anyone when 5G is being “tested” in 19 cities across the US?”
(Thanks Bernie!)

Chief Medical Officer of Major Cancer Center Resigns After Receiving Millions From Big Pharma
“Dr. José Baselga, chief medical officer for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from health-care companies he received in exchange for dozens of ‘research’ articles favorable to the industry.” (…) “Is it time to turn away from the medical industry completely when it comes to cancer? Western cancer care seems like a money scam that does not and has never concerned itself with finding real cures or treatments beneficial to our health.”

Large asteroid impact crater found under Hiawatha Glacier, Greenland
“An international team of scientists announced a remarkable discovery of one of the youngest large asteroid impact craters on Earth. The crater is buried under 1 km (0.62 miles) of ice in a remote area of northwest Greenland. It is possible that the impact took place some 12 000 years ago, facilitating the end of the last ice age. The finding was published in the November 14 issue of the journal Science Advances.”

‘Dark matter hurricane’ blowing at 310 miles per SECOND is on a collision course with Earth and may finally offer proof the mysterious material exists
“High-speed hurricane of dark matter is currently hurtling through the Milky Way
It will collide with Earth in future, but shouldn’t cause our planet any damage
Scientists say the storm of particles may provide our best look yet at dark matter”

Health & Nature

5G – a “massive experiment on the health of all species?”
“Most of us have probably heard of 5G, even if we don’t fully understand what it is. And, if the 200-plus strong group of scientists from nearly forty countries around the world are correct, it might be something that we need to familiarize ourselves with rather quickly. While there have been conspiracy rumors abounding around Internet forums and chat rooms for some time revolving around the distribution of 5G towers and the real reason for their installation being to “control the population”, there are increasingly alarmed voices from the mainstream scientific community that something genuinely could be amiss.”
(Thanks Bernie)

Drugs’ side effects in lungs ‘more widespread than thought’
“A systematic review of research has revealed that the toxic effects on the lung of drugs commonly taken to treat a range of common conditions is much more widespread than thought.”
(Thanks Bernie)

British Doctors May Soon Prescribe Art, Music, Dance, Singing Lessons
“An ambitious initiative unveiled this week by British Health Secretary Matt Hancock may soon enable the country’s doctors to prescribe therapeutic art- or hobby-based treatments for ailments ranging from dementia to psychosis, lung conditions and mental health issues. Writing for the Times, Kat Lay explains that this unconventional strategy, described by the U.K. government as “social prescribing,” could find patients enrolled in dance classes and singing lessons, or perhaps enjoying a personalized music playlist.”

Water and Homeopathy: Latest Discoveries at Science’s Cutting Edge
“A major research conference took place at London’s Royal Society of Medicine that confirmed the therapeutic effects of extremely small doses (nanodoses) of homeopathic medicines
Two Nobel Prize-winning scientists and other esteemed researchers from across the world presented compelling evidence that medicinal agents not only persist in water, but they retain therapeutic effects in these nanodoses
Our bodies’ hormones and cell-signaling systems also operate at this super small nanodose level
Professor Vladimir Voeikov asserted Russian scientists had known for decades that tiny doses of medicines have dramatic effects on biological systems
Professor Jerry Pollack of the University of Washington is one of the leading experts on water who reported on his research, which confirms water has the capacity to store huge amounts of medicinal information, enabling homeopathic nanodoses to fully impact a person’s physiolo”


“Our failure to squat has biomechanical and physiological implications, but it also points to something bigger. In a world where we spend so much time in our heads, in the cloud, on our phones, the absence of squatting leaves us bereft of the grounding force that the posture has provided since our hominid ancestors first got up off the floor. In other words: If what we want is to be well, it might be time for us to get low.”

Panic Attacks And Anxiety Episodes Linked To Vitamin Deficiencies In Groundbreaking Study
“…study out of Japan may provide an important insight into the connection between nutritional deficiencies and mental health, revealing that low levels of vitamin B6 and iron may actually trigger the chemical changes in the brain responsible for panic attacks, hyperventilation and other forms of anxiety. The research team analyzed the nutritional levels of 21 participants with varying levels of anxiety, panic attacks, and hyperventilation episodes. While some experienced minor attacks, manageable at home, others were severe enough to result in emergency room visits. They tested these participants for a number of different nutritional deficiencies or abnormalities in the hope of identifying a pattern. At the same time, they ran a similar set of tests on a control group of 20 people, comparing the two. The data showed that those who were experiencing anxiety were found to have lower levels of B6 and Iron than those in the healthy group. ”

Mass HPV Vaccination Plan for the U.S.
“The American Cancer Society (ACS) has set an aggressive goal to achieve an 80 percent uptake rate among American children with two doses human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine by 2026. To gain that coverage, 14 million more preteen children would need to complete the two-dose series, for a total of 57.62 million doses above and beyond the number of vaccinations given to date.1 HPV vaccine is one of the most expensive vaccines on the CDC recommended childhood vaccine schedule, costing a pricey $168 to $204 per dose, with Merck being the sole producer of HPV vaccine (Gardasil) in the U.S..”

(Following New Zealand’s lead!)

Colloidal silver was ‘erased from textbooks’ because cured diseases from tuberculosis to syphilis

Smartphones, tablets causing mental health issues in kids as young as two
“Just an hour a day staring at a screen can be enough to make children more likely to be anxious or depressed. This could be making them less curious, less able to finish tasks, less emotionally stable and lowering their self-control. Although teenagers are most at risk from the damaging devices, children under the age of 10 and toddlers’ still-developing brains are also being affected. But research shows ‘zombie’ children spend nearly five hours every day gawping at electronic devices.”

“In case you’re not aware, there is a not-entirely-covert war being waged by mainstream medicine (ably funded by Big Pharma) against all forms of natural medicine. Anything that non-toxically and non-invasively stimulates or capitalises on the body’s own programmed and innate healing mechanisms is not to be tolerated. Not only is it not to be tolerated, but it is to be attacked as viciously as (in)humanly possible, demonized, and crushed forever more. Have you ever wondered just how far back this antipathy and irrational fear and loathing extends?”

To Combat Air Pollution, China Builds World’s Biggest Air Purifier – A 328-Feet High Tower & It’s Working!
(June, 2018 dated)

13 Little Known Facts About Coffee

82-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Gets Her Memory Back After Changing Her Diet

RFK Jr. Wins Case Against Government For Vaccine Safety Violations
“Robert F. Kennedy Jr teamed up with Del Bigtree of the Informed Consent Action Network to take on the Department of Health and Human Services for vaccine safety violations and they have won. Their lawsuit has brought forth evidence that vaccine safety has been neglected for over 30 years, and as we know it is nothing but a sham, showing that the government agencies we are to trust are not doing their jobs to ensure and improve the safety of immunizations.”

The Shocking Lack of Evidence Supporting Flu Vaccines
“The Facts:Multiple reasons exist explaining why it makes more sense not to receive the flu vaccine. It makes more sense to focus on a strong and healthy immune system to combat the flu, yet the vaccine is heavily marketed every single year.
Reflect On:With so many concerns being raised every single year regarding the flu shot, why does the corporation still blast out mass marketing, propaganda false information and fear?”

Life, Art & Entertainment

(Bernie: A LOT of oddities occurring right now…)
War waged from space? -CA wildfires, PG&E accepts blame for 2017 fires

Several Australian universities BAN sarcasm because it’s a “form of violence.”

Top Six Red Flags that Identify a Conspiracy Theory Article
“It can be tough to see your Facebook friends sharing conspiracy theory stories, and tough to respond to them effectively. Pointing it out and saying “that’s a conspiracy theory” doesn’t seem to be effective. But there are certain writing patterns and tropes that are common within such articles that make them compelling to some people. Sometimes, just pointing out patterns and tropes helps people see them for what they are.”

The Writer Automaton, Switzerland
“A 240 year old doll that can write, a clockwork creation by Pierre Jaquet-Droz, a Swiss watchmaker. The doll is able to write any custom text up to 40 letters long, and it uses a goose feather to write, which he inks from time to time, including a shake of the wrist to prevent ink from spilling. His eyes follow the text being written, and the head moves when he takes some ink. You can view this doll in person at the Muse d’Art et d’Histoire of Neuchtel, in Switzerland.”
(Thanks Bernie)

America has spent $5.9 trillion on wars in the Middle East and Asia since 2001, a new study says

(Above) “Over the course of her fearless career, extreme action specialist Elizabeth Streb has pushed the limits of the human body. She’s jumped through broken glass, toppled from great heights and built gizmos to provide a boost along the way. Backed by footage of her work, Streb reflects on her lifelong quest to defy gravity and fly the only way a human can — by mastering the landing.”

I Throw Fairytale Gatherings For Strangers Because The World Needs More Wonder
“I am known as Miss Wondersmith and I love hosting parties for strangers. I invite my guests in lots of unusual ways, from hiding invitations in public places to sending my social media followers on a treasure hunt! My gatherings are inspired by the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and I consider every aspect of the experience, from the handmade glass and ceramic dishes I create to the feasts made of foraged plants to the ceremony and structure of every event.”

Magical Pagan-Themed Photoshoot Reveals Stunning Beauty Of Slavic Culture

This Doctor Nails the Problem with American Parenting
“Every era has its challenges, but I don’t think we’re recognizing ours. There’s been an explosion in the proportion of kids on medication in this country. Kids need authority, and when parents step back from authority, what’s happened in many cases is that the doctor steps in, and instead of parents setting clear rules of right and wrong, now you’ve got this kid running around, throwing things, and is put on medication. So, American kids are now 90 times more likely to be on medication for behavior compared to kids in Italy for example.”

Animal Sculptures Comprised of Densely Rolled Newspaper by Artist Chie Hitotsuyama
“When we have learned how to listen to trees, then the brevity and the quickness and the childlike hastiness of our thoughts achieve an incomparable joy.”

Hermann Hesse on What Trees Teach Us About Belonging and Life

How Writers Map Their Imaginary Worlds
“A new book collects fantastic literary geographies.” “A new book, The Writer’s Map, contains dozens of the magical maps writers have drawn or that have been made by others to illustrate the places they’ve created. “All maps are products of human imagination,” writes Huw Lewis-Jones, the book’s editor. “For some writers making a map is absolutely central to the craft of shaping and telling their tale.””
(This looks great!)

Your Vagina Is More Beautiful Than You Think
“Filmmaker Layla Martin was inspired to capture the gap that can sometimes exist between how a woman sees her body, and the way her lover views it.”

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

Significant Chinese Initiative for Disclosure
“Chinese Initiative for Disclosure is to create a World Coalition on Extraterrestrial Contact (WCETC).”
(Bernie: Not silly, those Chinese…)

Carmakers are collecting data and cashing in – and most drivers have no clue
“Now, carmakers are rushing to turn your car’s data into a revenue stream, reselling blocks of location information and, one day, information from cars’ on-board cameras and sensors could be bought by mapping companies or apps that monitor traffic conditions. Seventy-two percent of car owners said they had no idea was happening.”
(We’re basically a revenue streams to predators.)

“The incident happened on November 9 as the pilot from British Airways flight BA94 from Montreal to London, and a Virgin Airlines pilot of VS76 from Orlando to Manchester noticed the objects. Other unidentified pilots also saw the lights. The pilot from BA94 queried air traffic controllers in Shannon if military exercises were taking place. They said no, and that nothing was showing on the radar. “OK. It was moving so fast,” said the BA pilot. She said it came along the left-hand side of the plane before veering rapidly north. “It was a bright light and then just disappeared at very high speed.” The pilot on VS76, who also witnessed two bright lights, offered a possible explanation. “Meteor or another object making some kind of re-entry – multiple objects following the same sort of trajectory – very bright from where we were.” Both planes were said to be in high-level airspace – which is an altitude between 28,500ft and 42,000ft.”
(Here’s a credible UFO sighting by two pilots in two separate passenger planes.)

Evidence of Giants in Ancient Egypt That Archaeologists Have a Hard Time Explaining
“Compelling evidence that the ancient history we were taught in school does not correspond with common sense reality. From Egyptian hieroglyphics that clearly show giants among common people, to the many mound sites in North America which produced skeletons many times the proportions of normal humans, this lecture aims to blow the lid off the conventional archaeology narrative. We will also examine the cartographic features of the Piri Re’is Map and the Buache Map, which depicts Antarctica free from ice, including some big surprises below the ice and a location where a new round of giants are being uncovered! Brad Olsen’s new multimedia presentation includes a collection of little-known images.”

Farmer’s Almanac Predicts A “Teeth-Chattering”, Cold, Snowy Winter
“Many people are huge fans of long, cold, winter months that are filled with snowy days and icy temperatures, while others find such weather to be positively devastating. No matter the case or your preference of winter weather, the 2018-2019 Farmer’s Almanac was just published recently and it’s safe to say that cold weather lovers are going to get the season of their dreams while warm weather lovers better stock up on hot chocolate, comfy coats, and window scrapers.”

Did a Military Experimental Vaccine in 1918 Kill 50-100 Million People Blamed as “Spanish Flu”?
“The “Spanish Flu” killed an estimated 50-100 million people during a pandemic 1918-19. What if the story we have been told about this pandemic isn’t true? What if, instead, the killer infection was neither the flu nor Spanish in origin? Newly analyzed documents reveal that the “Spanish Flu” may have been a military vaccine experiment gone awry.”

c60 + intergalactic- a conversation with Ken (scientist)
“A discussion with Ken of C60 purple power about C60 and radioactivity and health, and such. Also discussion about various approaches to choosing candidate molecules for the start of the Great InterGalactic InterWeb Hack.”

(Below) “Sadhguru answers a nine-year-old girl’s question on why parents worry and become so tense about their children’s future.”

Science & Technology

(Below from Unspun’s Bernie) “In 1950 Immanuel Velikovsky threw down a gauntlet to astronomers in his sensational best-selling book, Worlds in Collision, where he proposed, on the basis of documentary evidence, that gravitation is an electromagnetic phenomenon.”

New Age Threats Require New Age Defenses
“For 40 years, Lockheed Martin has researched, designed, developed, and captured electromagnetic energy and elevated its power to create innovative Directed Energy solutions. We have developed laser weapon systems, radio frequency and other directed energy technologies for air, ground and sea platforms to provide an affordable countermeasure alternative. We are addressing critical needs such as accuracy, mobility, size, weight and power (SWaP), cooling, and minimal collateral damage.”
(Bernie: This was always inevitable…)

We thought the Incas couldn’t write. These knots change everything
“…The Incas may not have bequeathed any written records, but they did have colourful knotted cords. Each of these devices was called a khipu (pronounced key-poo). We know these intricate cords to be an abacus-like system for recording numbers. However, there have also been teasing hints that they might encode long-lost stories, myths and songs too. In a century of study, no one has managed to make these knots talk. But recent breakthroughs have begun to unpick this tangled mystery of the Andes, revealing the first signs of phonetic symbolism within the strands. Now two anthropologists are closing in on the Inca equivalent of the Rosetta stone. That could finally crack the code and transform our understanding of a civilisation whose history has so far been told only through the eyes of the Europeans who sought to eviscerate it.”

Smart toilets ‘will soon analyse your waste and tell you if you’re ill’

One of the oldest paintings of Jesus Christ – dating back 1,500 years – is discovered on wall of an abandoned church in the Israeli desert

Archaeologists find haul of mummified cats after discovering seven 4,500-year-old tombs in huge four-mile burial ground near pyramids in Cairo

“…Keith Enevoldsen from elements.wlonk.com has come up with this awesome periodic table that gives you at least one example for every single element (except for those weird superheavy elements that don’t actually exist in nature). There’s thulium for laser eye surgery, cerium for lighter flints, and krypton for flashlights. You’ve got strontium for fireworks, and xenon for high-intensity lamps inside lighthouses.”

Nineteen-mile-wide crater discovered under Greenland’s ice: 3,300-foot-wide iron meteor smashed into Earth with the force of 47 MILLION Hiroshima bombs 12,000 years ago

“After decades of searching, astronomers say they’ve finally detected compelling evidence of an alien world orbiting one of the closest and most iconic stars in our cosmic neighbourhood.”
(Thanks Bernie!)

“China’s ‘artificial sun’ reaches 100 million degrees Celsius marking milestone for nuclear fusion”. And this is a good idea?
(Thanks Bernie!)

Valentina Zharkova: The Solar Magnet Field and the Terrestrial Climate
“Professor Valentina Zharkova gave a presentation of her Climate and the Solar Magnetic Field hypothesis at the Global Warming Policy Foundation in October 2018.”

World’s Fastest Computer
“Scientists just activated the world’s biggest “brain”: a supercomputer with a million processing cores and 1,200 interconnected circuit boards that together operate like a human brain. Ten years in the making, it is the world’s largest neuromorphic computer — a type of computer that mimics the firing of neurons — scientists announced on Nov. 2.”

Why 536 AD was the worst year to be alive: Scientists say a mysterious fog that blocked out the sun causing crop failures and widespread famine was the worst global disaster in history

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The Wisdom of the Shamans: What the Ancient Masters Can Teach Us About Love and Life by Don Miguel Ruiz
“For generation after generation, Toltec shamans have passed down their wisdom through teaching stories. The purpose of these stories is to implant a seed of knowledge in the mind of the listener, where it can ultimately sprout and blossom into a new and better way of life.

In The Wisdom of the Shamans: What the Ancient Masters Can Teach Us about Love and Life, Toltec shaman and master storyteller don Jose Ruiz shares some of the most popular stories from his family’s oral tradition, and offers corresponding lessons that illustrate the larger ideas within each story.

Ruiz begins by explaining that contrary to the stereotypical image of “witchdoctor,” the ancient shamans were men and women who fulfilled several roles within their communities: philosopher, spiritual guide, medical doctor, psychologist, and friend.

According to Ruiz, their teachings are not primitive or reserved for a chosen few initiates, but are instead a powerful series of lessons on love and life that are available us all. To that aim, he has included exercises, meditations, and shamanic rituals in an effort to help you experience the personal transformation these stories offer.

The shamans taught that the truth you seek is inside of you. Let these stories, lessons, and tools be your guide to finding the innate wisdom that lives within.”


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About Unraveled: Unraveled is a collection of recent articles and information from around the internet which are mostly alternative in nature, so involves information that is not typically main stream. Editions are currently being put together by Laron, the founder and editor of transients.info. You can find more articles by Laron here and many articles (threads) pinned to various boards over on the Roundtable Forum, transients’ community boards. The idea of Unraveled came from Unspun, which is a similar newsletter run by Bernie in Tasmania, Australia. Laron started Unraveled to help him save time with sharing information through transients.info.

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