Unraveled | Edition 65: 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.



Judge Says Federal Law Against Female Genital Mutilation Violates U.S. Constitution
“This case, filed in early 2017, is believed to be the first ever brought under the federal law against female genital mutilation, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.”

Drone Footage Exposes Hundreds Of Whales Trapped In Secret Underwater Jails
“These majestic animals have been taken from the wild and locked in tiny holding pens bear the city of Nakhodka in Russia. According to UK Whales, this is the largest number of marine mammals to be held in such a manner and the location is said to be currently under investigation. It has been speculated that these animals, in general, were most likely captured to be sold to Chinese aquariums through a loophole of some kind.”

“How would you like this ‘mini’ cell tower parked outside your front door or your bedroom window or on a pole in your backyard? And you cannot have it removed, thanks to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission”

The Barriers We Build Against Love
“The Facts:As children we needed to be loved. We were entirely dependent on the adults around us, so the way they acted towards us – and each other – has had a big impact on how we show up to love as adults.
Reflect On:What are some of the barriers you put up that stop you from feeling your own love? At what age were these barriers to love created and why?”

Are We Being Prepared For A Huge Disclosure Event?

First ever plane with no moving parts takes flight
“Flight represents breakthrough that could lead eventually to carbon-neutral air travel”

Health & Nature

Dead whale in Indonesia had swallowed 1,000 pieces of plasti
“In just the latest reminder of the dangers of pollution in our oceans, a dead whale in Indonesia has been found with 13.2 pounds (six kilograms) of plastic waste in its stomach. The 31.17-foot sperm whale was found near Kapota Island in Wakatobi National Park, southeast of Sulawesi. Park officials found bags, plastic bottles, sandals and 115 plastic cups in the whale’s stomach, as well as a sack containing more than 1,000 pieces of string.”

This 512-Year-Old GreenLand Shark Is The Oldest Living Vertebrate On The Planet

Inside the Retreat Where Men Purge Toxic Emotions
“Evryman arranges getaways aimed at teaching men how to access and express their emotions. Would it work on me?”

GMO Potatoes Are Here – How to Avoid Them
10 Herbs & Superfoods with Cannabinoids Similar to Cannabis

“The genetically modified Innate potato was approved by the USDA in 2014. The “Innate” potato is a group of potato varieties that have had the same genetic alterations applied using a new form of genetic engineering known as RNA interference (RNAi). Five different potato varieties have been transformed, including the Ranger Russet, Russet Burbank, and Atlantic potatoes. Simplot also has two proprietary varieties. Simplot has designed the potato to reduce spotting, browning, and bruising by lowering certain enzymes and to reduce the amount of asparagine, a naturally occurring chemical that converts to acrylamide under heat, which is believed to be a cancer-causing carcinogen.”

(August, 2018 article)

8 neglected symptoms that could indicate gluten intolerance

Fragrance Free Versus Unscented… Is There a Difference?

$4 Billion & Growing: U.S. Payouts for Vaccine Injuries & Deaths Keep Climbing
“The Facts:The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act has paid approximately $4 billion to families with vaccine injured children, and it’s continuing to grow. The act protects pharmaceutical companies from being held accountable and just compensates victims.
Reflect On:With all of the science, documented examples of scientific fraud and injury, why are vaccines still marketed as completely safe? There are multiple concerns to be addressed, so why are we told that “the science has spoken?” What’s going on here?”

Study Says It’s Not Just Brain Tumours – Cell Phones Are Also Causing Heart Tumours

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?”

8 Reasons We Need To Stop Focusing On Nutrients

Stress Shrinks Your Brain and Impairs Memory
“Research has linked chronic stress with brain shrinkage, working memory impairment and an increased risk for early onset of Alzheimer’s disease
Having elevated blood levels of the stress hormone cortisol can impair your thinking skills and memory over time. A previous study suggests elevated cortisol affects your memory by causing a gradual loss of synapses in your prefrontal cortex
Research suggests you can slow down the rate of cognitive decline by 75 percent by restoring your hearing with hearing aids, and by 50 percent by restoring vision through cataract surgery
Among the most valuable dementia prevention strategies is a cyclical ketogenic diet, as it optimizes mitochondrial function and supports healthy brain function
Other important lifestyle factors that influence your dementia risk include sleep, physical fitness and exposure to electromagnetic fields”

Borderline Personality Disorder: A Guide to Its Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
“Borderline personality disorder, also known as emotionally unstable personality disorder (EUPD), is a serious mental illness characterized by impairments in personality, along with the presence of pathological personality traits
Statistics show that almost 75 percent of the people diagnosed with BPD are women. Some psychiatrists attribute this gender pattern to genetic or hormonal reasons as well as premenstrual tension
Although proper diet is far from being a cure to BPD, it may still be helpful in managing your symptoms, improving your mental health and preventing obesity as a complication of impulsive eating habits
There are no drugs that have been approved to specifically treat BPD. However, some mental health providers may prescribe medications like antidepressants, antipsychotics or mood-stabilizing drugs to help manage co-occurring problems such as depression, impulsiveness or anxiety”

The Science of Sleep and Sleep Deprivation
“Healthy sleep consists of several stages, each stage lasting five to 15 minutes, with a complete cycle taking between 90 and 120 minutes. You cycle through each of these stages four to five times during the night
Getting less than six hours of sleep in any given 24-hour period will leave you cognitively impaired. In 2013, drowsy drivers caused 72,000 car accidents in which 800 Americans were killed and 44,000 were injured
Polls show 63 percent of people do not get enough sleep to be healthy, 69 percent struggle with frequent sleep problems and 22 percent are so sleepy during the day it affects their quality of life
Sleep deprivation costs the U.S. economy $411 billion each year in accidents and lost productivity, equivalent to 2.28 percent of the gross domestic product
Recent research found people who got seven hours of sleep each night had hearts showing signs of being 3.7 years older, based on biological age, than their chronological age; those who got five hours or less had the oldest biological heart age — 5.1 years older than their chronological age”

Life, Art & Entertainment

Thanksgiving Promotes Whitewashed History, So I Organized Truthsgiving Instead
“In this op-ed, Christine Nobiss, MA (Religious Studies), Plains Cree/Saulteaux of the George Gordon First Nation and Decolonizer with Seeding Sovereignty, explains why she organized Truthsgiving in resistance to Thanksgiving. Her work with Seeding Sovereignty is focused on dismantling colonial-imperialist institutions, and replacing them with Indigenous practices created in synchronicity with this land. To learn more about and to support her work, please visit www.seedingsovereignty.org.”

Wish you WEREN’T here! The full story of the sex-crazed tribe cut off from the world for 30,000 years who repel all visitors with poison arrows and have now killed a young missionary
(While the headline of this article is basically clickbait, it is well written and researched, which is a surprise for DM. It’s helpful for understanding the history of the people on that island)

How Dads Influence Teens’ Happiness
“Fathers have long been neglected in research on child and family psychology, but recent work is identifying numerous ways in which they affect the development of their teenage children. Among them are unexpected effects on the reproductive development of daughters and the cultivation of empathy in children of both sexes. The new research suggests that a father’s love and acceptance are at least as important as the love and acceptance of a mother.”

Used & repackaged condom racket busted in China

“In a recent podcast, Russel Brand talks with leading author and expert in addiction and trauma, Gabor Maté about the traumatized nature of those who occupy positions of power in our world today. Speaking about Tony Blair and other world leaders who are capable of dropping bombs and initiating wars in far away lands, Maté notes that these people are traumatized, and as a result are traumatizing other people.”

Pakistani PM claims Jesus ‘had no mention in history’, Twitterati don’t turn the other cheek

Meet the Chinese schoolgirl who’s 6ft 10ins tall aged ELEVEN

Man Plans To Father Children With His Own Female Robot

Ditch the grammar and teach children storytelling instead
“Writing stories is a craft that is crucial for life. And if the government insists, you can test it, measure it and use it in commerce, too.”
“Areport in the Times has quoted a secondary school teacher who complained that their year 7 intake no longer knew how to tell a story. “They knew what a fronted adverbial was, and how to spot an internal clause, and even what a preposition was – but when I set them a task to write a story, they broke down and cried,” reported the teacher.”

(Above) “What if your attachment to being a “good” person is holding you back from actually becoming a better person? In this accessible talk, social psychologist Dolly Chugh explains the puzzling psychology of ethical behavior — like why it’s hard to spot your biases and acknowledge mistakes — and shows how the path to becoming better starts with owning your mistakes. “In every other part of our lives, we give ourselves room to grow — except in this one, where it matters most,” Chugh says.”

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

Tornado hits Mid Canterbury, after day of wild weather
“James Busby said he was in the garden, in Mitcham, north of Ashburton, when he saw the “motion of the twister forming” in a neighbouring dairy farm and watched as it gathered momentum, picking up debris, wood and anything else in its path. “It was a massive funnel … a really big one, I’ve never seen anything like that in New Zealand before, about 40 or 50 metres wide.”
(This is about 2 hours south of where I am. We don’t get these in NZ…. if we do, they are water spouts usually, or very small tornadoes and so rare)

This Pharaoh Could Be the First Case of Gigantism in History
“In a stunning new discovery, a team of Egyptologists from the University of Zurich published a research paper suggesting that the 3rd dynasty Egyptian Pharaoh Sanakht could possibly be the world’s first case of gigantism. The research paper was originally published on The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology and reported on by international media outlets. At almost two metres tall, Sanakht surpassed the average height of men living in Egypt at the time, who stood at almost 1.7 metres, according to Zurich University’s Egyptologist and co-author of the research paper Michael Habicht, who further explained, “the skeleton’s long bones showed evidence of exuberant growth, which are clear signs of gigantism.” Sanakht’s tomb was unearthed 1910 in the upper-Egyptian town of Beit Khalaf.”

(Above) “Have you ever actually read the terms and conditions for the apps you use? Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad and his team at the Norwegian Consumer Council have, and it took them nearly a day and a half to read the terms of all the apps on an average phone. In a talk about the alarming ways tech companies deceive their users, Myrstad shares insights about the personal information you’ve agreed to let companies collect — and how they use your data at a scale you could never imagine.”

Is The Trump Administration Really Trying To Arrest Julian Assange?
“The Facts:It has been revealed that the Department of Justice supposedly has a sealed indictment against Julian Assange. But the way in which this information has come to public attention is bizarre at best, and looks very much like a Deep State set-up.
Reflect On:Can we see operational patterns emerging from Deep State attempts through the Mainstream Media to control or at least obfuscate narratives that are not favorable to them?”

UFOs Spotted Off The Irish Coast By Airline Pilots – Here Are The Details

Large dust storm sweeps through Australia, serious health hazard in Sydney

‘Philosophically speaking, we can never fully trust our memory’
“Sisters Hilde and Ylva Østby, a neuropsychologist and a novelist, have written a book exploring the true nature of memory. What can their findings tell us?”

New Zealand’s north and south islands are moving closer together after devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake in 2016
“Kaikōura earthquake brought the two islands five metres closer together in 2016
Post-quake monitoring revealed this movement is still ongoing in New Zealand
Cape Cambell on the coast of South Island 35 centimetres closer to Wellington”

Science & Technology

Shanghai ‘earthscraper’: World’s 1st underground hotel opens in China inside abandoned quarry
“After almost 10 years of construction, Shanghai has unveiled to the public its ‘earthscraper’ hotel built vertically along the precipice of an underground, water-filled quarry. Costing 2 billion yuan ($287.9 million) to complete, the 88-meter-deep hotel is located in the Songjiang district. The Intercontinental Shanghai Wonderland, also known as Shimao Quarry Hotel, has cliff-view rooms that allow guests to stare into the abyss. Prices for the suites range from 3,400 to 3,800 yuan ($489 – $546) per night.”

A New “Solar Paint” Lets You Transform Your Entire House Into a Source of Clean Energy

Our quiet Sun produces “Musical Waves” in Earth’s Magnetic Field
“This week in Norway, a space weather observatory detected sine waves of exceptional purity rippling through Earth’s polar magnetic field. The waves, which persisted for hours with nearly perfect pitch, have been linked to “tearing instabilities” and explosions in Earth’s magnetic tail–not to mention bright auroras in Arctic skies.”

How One Company Aims to Help Circumcised Men Grow Their Foreskin Back
“”The premise behind Foregen is that if we are regenerating entire body parts from more complex body parts, why not apply this to the only body part that hundreds of millions of boys are missing,” says Foregen spokesperson Eric Clopper.”

5 Real-World Examples of Time Travel That Prove It’s Real
“The Facts:Time travel has been demonstrated in our world in multiple ways, but it’s always been thought of as the stuff of science fiction. This article provides multiple real-world examples.
Reflect On:Humanity has made some interesting discoveries, and some of them we can’t explain. As a result, we shy away from them and label unexplainable things as false as “pseudoscience.” What are the implications of accepting these things as completely real?”

‘Corona – The Zenith Aurorae’ by Adrien Mauduit
“Anyone who has ever seen a decent display of Aurora knows that it explodes to fill up the whole sky, typically during a geomagnetic storm. When that happens colorful pillars and bright bands dance and wiggle all over to the point where you don’t even know where to look… unfortunately our eyes don’t have a 360 view so in this particular situation the best way to avoid missing the whole picture is to lie down on the ground and just gaze up.”
(Has a video)

The MBT QM Experiments: What are the Issues, What is the Significance?
Tom Campbell, master out of body explorer and physicist, talks about his quantum mechanics experiments which you may have seen mentioned around the place.

Building the ultimate record of the ocean
“Carl Wunsch continues to expand his foundational framework for understanding the behavior of worldwide oceans as a whole.”

An Infinite solar system
“Professor Richard Binzel’s new Infinite Corridor installation models the solar system at scale.”

Whales change their songs every few years and opt for simpler tunes that are easier to remember
“Scientists from Australia and Scotland studied 95 male humpbacks for 13 years
Experts say this is the animal’s version of a re-set button amid limited capacity
Previously, scientists suggested whale songs help mammals explore territory”

Are YOU a Facebook addict? New dashboard tool shows users how much time they are really spending on the app
“The new dashboard tells users their daily time spent on the Facebook app
Users can set daily time limits, manage push notifications and review settings
It comes after Instagram launched similar time management settings last week”

China Is Launching Weather-Control Machines Across An Area The Size Of Alaska
(May, 2018 dated—Bernie: Something this size may well induce a global ‘knock-on effect’ ….. I wonder if anyone has figured that out??)

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

“Neuroscientists have discovered that when you ask the brain to meditate, it gets better not just at meditating, but at a wide range of self-control skills, including attention, focus, stress management, impulse control, and self-awareness. People who meditate regularly aren’t just better at these things. Over time, their brains become finely tuned willpower machines. Regular meditators have more gray matter in the prefrontal cortex, as well as regions of the brain that support self-awareness.”
— Kelly McGonigal
transients.info’s Roundtable Forum Thread Of The Moment

Have you figured out why you’re here on earth?


The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, by Joseph Murphy.

“Here is the complete, original text of the millions-selling self-help guide that reveals your invisible power to attain any goal – paired with a compelling bonus work, How to Attract MoneyThe Power of Your Subconscious Mind, one of the most beloved and best-selling inspirational guides of all time, shows how changing your thought patterns can produce dramatic improvements in your life.

Using practical, easy-to-understand techniques and real-world case studies, Dr. Joseph Murphy reveals the vast influences of the subconscious mind on all aspects of existence – money, relationships, jobs, happiness – and how you can apply and direct its power to achieve your goals and dreams.

A life-changing classic since its initial publication in 1963, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind has opened millions to the unseen force within them.”


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