Sunday, March 31, 2013

A View From Space with Gary Bell, March 30, 2013

TOPICS:  Easter, Spring, Ishtar, Bale, Kain, Babylon, Royalty, Passover, Popes, Religion, N.W.O,.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Weapons Manufacturer: DHS Attempting to Exhaust Ammo Supplies

Bullet buys aimed at drying up market in end run around second amendment

Paul Joseph Watson  March 26, 2013

A weapons manufacturer who supplies the federal government with ammunition told the nationally syndicated Savage Nation radio show that the Department of Homeland Security’s huge ammo purchases were an attempt to dry up supplies as part of an end run around the second amendment.

The caller, who described himself as a defense contractor and a licensed weapons manufacturer, said the goal was to “control the amount of market that’s available on the commercial market at any time,” by forcing manufacturers to hold back stock.

“If they periodically do this in increments, they’re going to control how much ammo is available on the commercial market,” said the caller, adding that the contracts with bullet manufacturers stipulate that everything made goes to the government as the number one priority before it is allowed to enter the commercial market.

The caller noted how this process had caused prices to shoot up at gun shows, while in the commercial market ammunition was very limited and on back order as a result and that “supply cannot keep up with demand.” He also noted how the State Department and the ATF were making it harder to import ammunition from overseas.

Host Michael Savage stated that the DHS’ commitment to purchase 1.6 billion bullets over the past year was, “obviously an attempt to dry up the ammunition market, to control the ammunition market.”

The weapons manufacturer agreed, adding that the deals the DHS is agreeing with manufacturers are based on, “indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity,” allowing the feds to monopolize the supply on ammo by preventing companies from selling the bullets to the commercial market.

Savage tied the bullet demand to the huge number of new gun purchases since Obama took office, noting, “people are afraid of him….he is the most frightening American President in modern American history….so people are rushing out to buy guns to protect themselves….but what does a gun need? A gun needs a bullet,” adding that the government is trying to enact gun control via the back door because the second amendment says nothing about the right to buy ammunition.

The DHS’ huge bullet buys, although erroneously dismissed by some as routine, have exacerbated the nationwide shortage of ammunition, with police departments now so desperate for ammo they are being forced to barter with each other to meet their needs.

In a letter sent to the Department of Homeland Security, Californian Congressman Doug LaMalfa and 14 of his House colleagues asked if the bulk bullet purchases were, “being conducted in a manner that strategically denies the American people access to ammunition.”

The DHS subsequently denied that charge, claiming the bullets were being bought in bulk to save money and were for training purposes only.

However, as we have documented, most of the bullets being purchased are hollow point rounds, which are almost twice as expensive as regular firing range bullets and therefore unsuitable for training purposes.

As former Marine Richard Mason told reporters with WHPTV News in Pennsylvania earlier this month, “We never trained with hollow points, we didn’t even see hollow points my entire four and a half years in the Marine Corps.”

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Canada tour decodes Free Mason secrets in Winnipeg Legislature

An unusual tour has become popular in the Canadian city of Winnipeg. Since 2010, thousands of visitors have been learning about an infamous secret society and coded messages from the distant past. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Winnipeg. 

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Friday, March 22, 2013

Lindsey Williams ~ Coast to Coast AM - March 19 2013 - NWO and Preppers

In the first half, ordained Baptist minister and former Chaplain to the 'Elite,' Lindsey Williams, shared what he'd been told by one of his 'Elite' contacts-- the agenda of the New World Order (NWO) for the next 4 years. He revealed that the NWO was displeased with Pres. Obama, as he went against their wishes by canceling the Keystone XL pipeline plan, among other things. The Elite do not want a financial collapse or catastrophic event with the American dollar for at least two to three years, which gives people temporary economic opportunities, he continued. The reason behind this is "forced debt creation" such as through college loans, and government spending, he said. This will bring debt levels up so high that when the Elite get ready to pull the plug on the currencies of the world, people will give up the Constitution, and accept a new world order, he outlined, adding that the end game for this scenario was four years.

While the super rich make up their own rules, the middle class will be taxed into oblivion, and be put into more and more debt, he continued. Within four years, 70% of Americans will be receiving some sort of check from the government, and the dollar will be phased out as the reserve currency and petro dollar of the world, Williams stated. Regarding gold and silver, he suggested that confiscation was unlikely-- the Elite are keeping this from being bothered. "One thing the Elite fear more than anything else, is the masses waking up...and as a result they are having to escalate their plans," he warned.

In the latter half, electrical engineer turned expert in self reliance and backyard food production, Marjory Wildcraft, discussed her recent appearance on the reality series Doomsday Preppers, as well as unusual types of foods that can be eaten as part of a sustainable lifestyle. On the TV show, she demonstrated to a family how to eat insects-- specifically mealy worms, crickets, and scorpions. In many countries outside the US, insects are commonly eaten, she noted, adding that they're high in fat, protein, and minerals, and provide important nutrients not available in plants. Absurdly, the TV producers requested that she demonstrate how to milk a rabbit (their milk is said to be high in protein), but she refused.

Wildcraft said she eats a variety of animals, including squirrels, gophers, and rabbits, many of which she butchers herself, with the understanding that it's a sacred thing to take a life. In the event of severe hardship, people should get acclimated to eating such animals and insects in advance, she suggested. 

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Sandy Hook school shooting


Toronto's Conspiracy Cafe reviews the police audio from the Sandy Hook school shooting. We hear the word drill. We are told of TWO persons fleeing the scene. We hear a close encounter with same. We hear a man in custody. We hear about other weapons. A window is found smashed at the point of entry contradicting the story the shooter was let in.

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Monday, March 18, 2013

Habemus Papam: Pope Francis

Everyone is talking about the new Pope Francis, former Father Jorge Mario Bergoglio, and there’s indeed lots of reasons to be excited about it.

This is a man that just a few days ago, would take a bus and then walk into some of the worst shanty towns in South America, on his own. Even cops have to organize so as to enter by the dozens in these places, even hundreds when trying to arrest someone hiding there. He would visit them, baptize children there, help organize soup kitchens and spend time with some of the poorest, most needy people in the country while at the same time speak against the government handouts and state sponsored poverty.

A lot has been said about him in these last couple days. A Jesuit, humble man that refused to live in luxury when his position would have allowed him to do so. He lived  in a small two room apartment in Buenos Aires and traveled in bus and train. While of course strongly opposed to gay marriage and abortion, he’s not beyond helping those that society sometimes chooses to ignore.

He visited people infected with HIV, washed their feet as a sign of humility and servitude, he visited the victims of the Republica Cromagnon fire that claimed the lives of 194 people and those of the Once train station crash where 51 people died. Pope Francis, then just known as Father Jorge Mario Bergoglio (he didn’t like being called Cardenal) criticized the government. In the first incident, fire exits had been bricked shut or chained closed, clearly someone had bribed the fire inspector. Regarding the train accident its well known that the train failed to stop at the station due to breaks malfunction after decades of neglect by the train company that is subsidized (and supposedly supervised) by the government. The relationship between Cristina Kirchner, her late husband Nestor Kirchner and Pope Francis was “tense” to say the least.

Pope Francis didn’t beat around the bush when it came to calling out the visible corruption problems in the government and the crime Argentines have been suffering for years yet the government refuses still to acknowledge. Many times the then Cardenal Begoglio requested to meet with Cristina and Nestor Kirchner but was ignored. When he opposed the gay marriage law, one of Kirchner’s favorite liberal laws, he was mocked by president Cristina Kirchner, saying he belonged to “medieval times of the Inquisition” .
Typical of the Kirchner regime, Cristina sent her lap dogs so-called journalists and politicians against him. They accused him of collaborating with the military dictatorship that ruled from 1976 to 1983. This was proven to be a false accusation without merit and there’s actual witnesses, even victims saying he helped them during the dictatorship . What was Nestor and Cristina Kirchner doing at that same time? Working for banks, friends of the Junta, kicking people out of their homes and flipping them for profit. Nestor Kirchner’s sister, Alicia, actually worked for the Junta during the dictatorship, and now holds the position of Minister of Development.

Pope Francis held no special animosity against the Kirchners. He just called it as he saw it, just like he did when criticizing previous presidents to their faces during mass, Carlos Menem, Fernando DelaRua and Eduardo Duhalde. The problem is , authoritarian people like Cristina Kirchner and her late husband believe that anyone that dares question them is a mortal enemy.

What this got to do with survival and preparedness?

1) I for one, I am happy about Pope Francis. Not because he’s from Argentina like I am but because he will no doubt do at least some much needed cleaning in the Vatican, but also because a lot of people already see him for the honest man he is. During times like these we all need all the faith we can get, and the more people there are out there with strong moral values the better for all of us.
And there’s also a lesson to be learned:

2) No matter how much power you have, don’t make fun of others you consider beneath you, even if you are the president of a country and the other guy is an old priest that spends his time helping drug addicts and people sleeping on the streets.  You just never know, maybe one day that guy with well-worn shoes will become Pope and you’ll have to drag your sorry %$” over to the Vatican looking for his approval.

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

Vatican City: Not What or Where You Think It Is

So the Catholic Church has a new leader. And the Vatican has a new head of state. Two job descriptions, filled by just one single guy [1]: the Pope.  
Until very recently, Jorge Mario Bergoglio's main concern was tending to the spiritual needs of the 2.5 million souls in his flock, the archdiocese of Buenos Aires. But since his election as pontiff by the College of his colleagues [2] on March 13, the Cardinal now is Pope Francis, and thrust upon him are huge spiritual duties, but also a tiny temporal one.
The new Pope is the numero uno of the Holy See. In its strictest sense, this spiritual jurisdiction only comprises the diocese of Rome. But Rome is where Saint Peter was martyred [3] - and in the Catholic tradition, this Apostle was the first Pope, the current Pope being his 265th successor in an unbroken (though often quite wobbly) line.  Hence the primacy of the papacy over other bishops [4], and the conflation of the Holy See with the entire Catholic Church - or at least with the highest echelons of its Roman bureaucracy, also known as the Curia [5].
Under international law, the Holy See is considered a sovereign entity, as it has been since the Middle Ages, and as such maintains diplomatic relations with most other countries. It is a member of various international bodies[6], and has permanent observer status at the U.N. General Assembly. However, the Holy See should not be confused with Vatican City, independent only since the Lateran Treaty of 1929. The two entities issue distinct passports, and they have different official languages: Latin for the Holy See, Italian for Vatican City.
The Vatican's external borders - or are they?
The Lateran Treaty, concluded between Mussolini's fascist Italy and the Holy See, sealed the recognition by the Pope of Italy's authority over the former Papal States [7] and Rome itself, and by Italy of the independence of Vatican City. Thus was resolved the so-called 'Roman Question', which had arisen in 1861 when almost-unified Italy had declared Rome its capital, and escalated when the Italian state took Rome from the Pope by deadly force in 1870 [8].
Without the independence of Vatican City, the Holy See's sovereignty would be comparable to that of the Knights of Malta [9]: with plenty of ambassadors scattered the world over, the Order is considered sovereign - but lacking a territory of its own, the quality of that sovereignty is strained. To avoid a similar conundrum, Vatican City was granted independence, [to] "ensure the absolute and visible independence of the Holy See" and "to guarantee to it an indisputable sovereignty in international affairs" (as explicitly stated in the Lateran Treaty).
So Vatican City is not what you think it is. It is not the diplomatic interface between the Catholic Church and the rest of the world. That role is played by the Holy See, which exchanges ambassadors with most of the world's countries (rather than Vatican City). Rather, Vatican City is the toehold of sovereign territory that gives the papacy its peace of mind: the territorial buffer shielding the Church's sovereignty rather than the essence of that sovereignty. 
Nor is the Vatican where you think it is. Vatican City's borders are remarkably fuzzy for a country this tiny. When we say tiny, we mean tiniest: The Papal State is accoladed as the world's smallest sovereign state, and it is - if you discount those lacklands, the Knights of Malta. Vatican City, completely enclaved within Rome, comprises no more than 108 acres, which is 1/6th of a square mile, or 0.44 of a square km. The second-smallest state, Monaco, is almost five times bigger - huge by comparison [10].
So where is the border between Vatican City and Italy? Centred on Vatican Hill (elevation: 75 m, 250 feet) [11], the Vatican state's border with Italy is about 3.2 km (2 miles) long. In the south and west, the border follows the 9th-century Leonine Wall [12] - the bastions are clearly visible on the map. Another easily recognisable feature of Vatican City's outer limits is the roundness of St Peter's Square; to the north of here, the border is formed by the arrow-straight Via di Porta Angelica.
There are, however, a few grey zones. First, a remarkable counter-enclave, spotted by a contributor to BorderPoint, a Yahoo Groups messageboard for news on and discussions about boundaries and frontiers.
"While doing some research on the Casa Santa Martha, where the cardinals [were] housed during the papal enclave, I ran across [a] WikiMapia [13]map, representing part of the Vatican City State. To the left of St. Martha's House and St. Charles Palace is the Vatican Train Station. Across from the station is a small trapezoidal area designated as 'Fontana (it.)'," said David L. Langenberg. "Does this represent an Italian exclave within Vatican City, itself an enclave within Italy?"
VATICAN - fountain
Location of 'Fontana (It.)' within Vatican City.
Counter-enclaves are quite rare [14], and the 'discovery' of one in a place as well-known as the Vatican, where none had been reported before, would have been spectacular. Unfortunately, the Fontana enclave turned out to be a dud: "[I]t just means that the entry has been created by a WikiMapia user in Italian language", another BorderPoint contributor weighed in. The entry has now been modified to remove all suggestion of an Italian counter-enclave.
VATICAN - extern territory
The extraterritorial zone south of St. Peter's Square.
But mousing over the WikiMapia map did reveal another interesting frontier zone between Italy and Vatican City, an extern territory on its southern edge, containing the House of Hospitality, the Palace of the Holy Office, the Santa Maria della Pieta in Camposanto church, the German College and German and Flemish Cemetery (Campo Santo dei Teutonici e dei Fiamminghi), and about two thirds of the Paul VI Audience Hall. This area is officially part of Italy, not of the Vatican; but it has extraterritorial status, meaning that Italian law does not apply here. Many maps simply show it as part of the Vatican.
Blue border: Italian territory on which the Vatican has extraterritorial rights. Red border: territory disputed between Italy and Vatican City.
This map clearly shows the extraterritorial zone, to the left of St Peter's Square, marked in blue. Interestingly, it notes another curious zone, to the right of the square, marked in red. This is a small strip, just three metres wide and 60 metres long, along the northern colonnade that fringes the square. Italy contends  that the Lateran Treaty stipulates that this is Italian territory, but the Vatican disputes this. The difference between both states has remained unresolved since 1932, when a mixed Italian-Vatican commission tasked with demarcating the border agreed to disagree. 
But the fuzzy border between the Italian state and the Catholic Church doesn't stop at the Bernini colonnade, nor is it confined to the outer limits of the Vatican as shown on the maps above. Scattered throughout Rome are a baker's dozen of churches and other buildings of special significance, often housing the offices of the Roman Curia, that have been granted extraterritorial status by the Lateran Treaty without being part of the independent Vatican City. This map is taken from a 1931 issue of theGeographical Journal [15], and shows the Holy See's extraterritorial areas as they were then. The article explains:
“Another interesting feature of the Vatican State is the number and extension of areas beyond its boundaries, in Italian territory, on which it enjoys extraterritorial rights, and therefore a very large and almost supreme authority. Italy has agreed to exempt these areas from taxes and from obedience to the law of expropriation for public utilities: papal authorities are entrusted with internal police service. As respects postal and telegraphic service they are considered to belong to the Vatican.”
“The problem of communications between the organs of the state and extraterritorial areas has been solved by allowing those persons or documents employed for official intercourse between the state and the extraterritorial zones to be provided with diplomatic guarantees.”
Vatican City State (V.C.S.) and some of the Holy See's extraterritorial possessions across Rome, as shown in the Geographical Journal of 1931.
“Such areas cover a surface of about 170 acres [16]. The largest (nearly 100 acres) is formed by the Papal Palace, Villa and Palazzetto Cybo, and Villa Barberini at Castelgandolfo - a group of estates that was already acknowledged as a summer residence of the pope by the Guarantee Act of 1870. The second consists of Villa Gabrielli and its environs, on the Gianicolo Hill, whose entrance is quite near the Vatican City; it covers 35 acres and is reserved for the new buildings that may become necessary in the future. Between this and the Vatican there is still another small area with the Palace of the Holy Office.”
“The other areas are nearly all occupied by churches and palaces that have long been the seat of central offices of the Holy See:"
[the following list reflects the current situation] 
  • Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano
The Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (consecrated in 324 AD), a.k.a. the Lateran Basilica, is the official church of the Bishop of Rome - a.k.a. the Pope. As such, it is higher in rank even than St. Peter’s Basilica, and is considered by Catholics to be the ‘Mother Church’ of all churches throughout the world. It was known as the Golden Basilica until the Vandals vandalised it. The basilica contains the Holy Steps, believed to be the staircase leading to Pontius Pilate’s office in Jerusalem. Curiously, the honorary canon of the basilica is François Hollande, President of France. French heads of state have held this title since King Henry IV (1553-1610) [17]
  • Palazzo del Laterano
The Lateran Palace, next to the Lateran Basilica, once was the homebase of the Laterani family, a dynasty of Roman Imperial administrators. It was given to the Bishop of Rome by the Emperor Constantine and used as the main papal residence throughout much of the following centuries. It was also used as an orphanage,  a silk factory (in which the orphans were employed), and at present as a museum. It was here that the Lateran Treaty was signed, on 11 February 1929.
  • Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
The Papal Basilica of Saint Mary Major, originally built immediately after the Council of Ephesus in 431 at which Mary was proclaimed theotokos, i.e. Mother of God, is one of only four Major Basilicas, the others being St. John Lateran, St. Peter and St. Paul outside the Walls. Commonly known as St. Mary Major’s, it is the largest of the 26 Roman churches dedicated to Mary, hence the epithet. It used to be known as Our Lady of the Snows, after a legend of its origin: summertime snowfall on the Esquiline Hill pointed out the place where it should be built. Another name was St. Mary of the Crib, because of four woodboards allegedly part of Jesus’ crib (a relic still revered at the church). It was this church that Pope Francis visited on the first day after his election. The protocanon (whatever that is - although it sounds lethal) by right of office of this church is the present King of Spain, Juan Carlos I. 
  • Basilica di San Paolo fuori le mura
The Papal Basilica of Saint Paul outside the Walls, was founded by Emperor Constantine I. It was built outside Rome’s city walls, on the spot along the Via Ostiense where St. Paul was buried. On an original 5th-century mosaic, St. Paul can be seen pointing downwards to his tomb - which is said only to contain his headless body. The Apostle's head rests at the Basilica of St. John Lateran. 
  • Palazzo San Callisto
The relatively small Palace of St. Callixtus houses a number of Papal Councils and Catholic organisations linked to the Holy See, including the relief agency Caritas Catholica. 
  • Palazzo di Propaganda Fide
The baroque Palace for the Propagation of the Faith, at the Piazza di Spagna, is the seat of the Vatican’s Jesuit College. It contains Borromini’s Chapel of the Three Magi. 
  • Palazzo della Cancelleria
The Papal Chancellery, built around 1500, supposedly from a fortune won in a single night’s gambling. It is considered the first Renaissance building in Rome. It incorporates a 5th-century basilica built on a pagan mithraeum [18], and includes a mural by Vasari, completed in 100 days. When the artist boasted of this to Michelangelo, the latter replied: Si vede (‘It shows’).
  • Palazzo del Sant'Uffizio
The Palace of the Holy Office houses the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, formerly known as the Inquisition, Cardinal Ratzinger’s old job before he became (the previous) Pope. Like the Paul VI Audience Hall, it lies adjacent the Vatican in the extraterritorial area marked blue on the map above. 
  • Palazzo dei Convertendi
This Palace housed the Congregation for the Oriental Churches. It was also known as the Palazzo di Raffaelo, because the artist of that name died here in 1520. Its more recent name refers to theconvertendi, the converts and reverts to Catholicism, after a hospice on this location for those willing to (re)enter the faith.  
  • Santa Maria di Galeria
Vatican Radio, set up in 1931 by broadcasting pioneer Guglielmo Marconi and run by the Jesuit order, acquired a 400-hectare (4 sq. km, 1.5 sq. mi) area 18 km (11 mi) north of Rome at Santa Maria di Galeria for its transmitters. The Italian government granted the site extraterritorial status in 1952. 
  • Palazzo del Vicariato
A.k.a. the Palazzo Maffei Mascerotti.
  • Several buildings on the Janiculum Hill
The Villa Gabrielli al Gianicolo, housing the Pontifical North American College and the Pontifical Urban University, and theOspedale pediatrico Bambino Gesu (Baby Jesus Children's Hospital). In antiquity, the Janiculum Hill was dedicated to the god Janus. Like the Vatican Hill, it is west of the Tiber outside of Rome's ancient boundaries, and thus not one of Rome's original Seven Hills.
  • Pontificio Seminario Romano Minore
The Minor Roman Pontifical Seminary specifically trains clerics who will serve St. Peter's Basilica.  
  • Basilica Santa Maria in Trastevere
Dating back to the 220s, when a house-church stood on this location, this is one of the oldest churches in Rome. It might even be the one in which Mass was celebrated openly for the first time. The basilica keeps a relic of the Holy Sponge, used to offer vinegar to Christ during his Passion (other parts of the Sponge are kept in other churches).
Marked on this map of Castel Gandolfo are: (1) the papal palace with adjacent garden; (2) the garden of the Villa Cybo; (3) the Villa Barberini, adjacent gardens and agricultural area; (4) the olive grove formerly known as Bacelli; (5) the church of San Tommaso di Villanova.
Here is a link to the WikiMapia map of the Vatican City area. Find the Geographical Journal map of the Vatican's extraterritorial locations here. A link to the map showing the extraterritorial area to one side of St. Peter's Square, and the disputed corridor to the other side is here. The Castel Gandolfo map is here.
[1] Yes, it's always a guy. And yes, he's always single. 
[2] Cardinals are 'princes of the Catholic Church'. They are appointed by the Pope, and collectively, they choose the next Pope. There are currently 206 cardinals, of which 115 are under the age of 80, and thus eligible to vote in the papal election. 
[3] St. Peter's Basilica is built right on top of Nero's old Circus, where Peter was put to death. Peter's primacy is based on Matthew 16:18, in which Jesus tells Peter: "And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Jesus was not averse to a bit of punning: the Greek petrosmeans 'rock'. 
[4] In Catholicism, the Pope is the Vicar of Christ (i.e. the representative of Christ on Earth), and supreme head of the Church, elevated above the other bishops. But to the Eastern Orthodox, the Pope is merely the primus inter pares ('first among equals') of the Pentarchy of ancient Patriarchal Sees (Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem).
[5] The Roman Curia is the bureaucratic apparatus of the Holy See that governs the Catholic Church.The Secretariat of State is the only body of the Curia that is situated within Vatican City. 
[6] Including the International Telecommunication Union and the International Atomic Energy Agency. The thought of the Church with the Bomb would make one think twice before taking the Lord's name in vain, or using a condom. 
[7] The Papal States were territories, mostly in Italy, under the direct rule of the Pope. They existed in one form or other from the 6th century until 1870, when the disparate territories of Italy were unified in a single state. In their most extensive form, the Papal States stretched from the Ligurian to the Adriatic Seas, covering what are now the Italian regions of Romagna, Le Marche, Umbria and Lazio. 
[8] For the almost six decades since then, successive Popes considered themselves 'prisoners in the Vatican', and at various times considered exile from Rome, in England, Germany, Malta and Trent (in northern Italy, under Austro-Hungarian rule until 1918). 
[9] A.k.a. the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (SMOM), it was founded in the Holy Land around 1050, and it is the world's oldest surviving order of chivalry. The SMOM was granted sovereign status by the Holy See, and once controlled the islands of Rhodes, and later Malta. After its ejection from the latter by Napoleon in 1798, it was reduced to being sovereign without a territory. At present, it is based in the palazzo Malta in Rome, which, together with a few other of its possessions, enjoys extraterritorial status (like an embassy). The Order exerts a few essential functions of a sovereign state: it issues coins, stamps, passports, car licence plates, and citizenship (although the only three persons to carry SMOM passports are the Order's Grand Master, its Deputy Grand Master, and its Chancellor. Its other 13.000 members remain citizens of their original countries). 
[10] And it used to be even bigger. See: #82
[11] Not one of the Seven Hills on which Rome was built. Those are all situated on the west bank of the Tiber, where the centre of the ancient city was. They are: the Aventine, the Caelian, the Capitoline, the Esquiline, the Palatine, the Quirinal, and the Viminal. 
[12] The Leonine Wall enclosed the Leonine City, both named after Pope Leo IV who commissioned their construction. After their take-over of Rome in 1870, the Italian government initially offered the entire Leonine City to the papacy. Vatican City as it is now covers only a part of it. 
[13] An open-content collaborative mapping project aiming to mark and describe all geographical objects in the world, with over 20 million marked at present. 
[14] See the enclaves and counter-enclaves of Baarle (#52), of Madha and Nahwa (#60), and the enclaves, counter-enclaves, and the world's only counter-counter-enclave, in Cooch Behar (#110). 
[15] An academic quarterly issued by the Royal Geographical Society (UK), first published in 1831. Recent issues are accessible here
[16] more than doubling the 'official' area of the Vatican, which is 108 acres. 
[17] French Presidents are also co-princes ex officio of Andorra, the other prince being the Bishop or Urgell. 
[18] The grotto-like gathering places of the mysterious Mithraic cult, which flourished throughout the Roman Empire in Late Antiquity, but was completely erased by Christianity. 
*Republished from Strange Maps with permission from Frank Jacobs.
Jacobs loves maps, but finds most atlases too predictable. He collects and comments on all kinds of intriguing maps—real, fictional, and what-if ones—and has been writing the Strange Maps blog since 2006, first on WordPress and now for Big Think.  His map "US States Renamed For Countries With Similar GDPs" has been viewed more than 587,000 times. An anthology of maps from this blog was published by Penguin in 2009 and can be purchased from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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A View From Space with Gary Bell, March 16, 2013

TOPICS:  Pope Francis reinstated as Peter the Roman, yes as you can tell from the first few words this weeks show is all about the Pope and where it is all going


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Saturday, March 16, 2013



Gotham map maker killed in car crash. Psychological Warfare techniques and how they are used on you. Eric Holder visits Connecticut before massacre. United Way charity accounts set up for Sandy Hook before massacre. Project Longevity. Fema drill at zip code 06606. You Tube shooting channel personality shot to death. Assault rifle manufacturer killed in car crash. Chicago ground zero in the propaganda war. Crime rates world wide. Sheriffs take the lead in the assault on guns and the Bill of Rights. Million man march for the Second Amendment. Aaron Swartz dies. TSA opt out. Nazi plan radiate your gentitals as a sterilization program. Hmmm? Children in anthrax experiments. Moose dying in Minnesota. Bankers die in crash. Fed cease and desist order for JP Morgan. Central Banks go for gold. Robots to replace 70% of workers. The reason why? OPTION: Governors, Sheriffs SURROUND, SEIZE, OCCUPY FEDERAL BUILDINGS. NEEDED ONE MAN WITH BALLS. Can we find one?

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Who Is Kevin Annett?

International Socialist, and prominent con-artist, Kevin Annett (notice what it says on the banner)
Kevin Annett (on right) with NDP Socialist Caucus Founder Barry Weisleder

Kevin Annett was one of the worst disasters to hit Canada’s indigenous communities in the past 20 years. He’s a former United Church minister who was defrocked after losing his cool and refusing to meet with a church psychiatrist. Once he left the church he began his long-con- appropriating the voices of Indian Residential School survivors and using their stories to get naïve (or bad intentioned) people to support his crusade against the Pope, the Queen, and the governments of the world.

In 2011 Annett went to the Six Nations reserve in Brantford, Ontario and faked the discovery of a mass grave of residential school survivors. His fraud was exposed and he was publicly humiliated- even the Aboriginal People’s Television Network got involved, producing an in-depth report debunking him. Annett later lied about filing a court case against the Queen, the Pope, Harper & ‘Big Pharma’- he was quickly disproved.

How does one top faking a mass grave and a lawsuit against the Queen? Well, it seems that Annett has gone off the deep-end now, he announced yesterday that he was single-handedly responsible for the resignation of the Pope!

No, it’s not April Fool’s day. That said, it appears that there are still fools out there who are listening to Annett. There are people so disillusioned with how they see the world that they’re willing to grasp at Annett’s straws and believe his stories. Some people lost their dignity, some lost their money- many residential school survivors got to feel what it was like to be violated once more. He violated survivors after their death- forging the signature of Harriett Nahanee, one of the most respected indigenous activists in Canada.

When people called Annett out on his bad behaviour, he’d retaliate by coordinating vicious attacks on people who asked too many questions. He smeared Jan Longboat, an elder and professor who spent her life studying and teaching her knowledge of indigenous culture. He made webpages slandering people, calling residential school survivors ‘dimestore indians’, and spreading rumours that people were ‘agents of the state’. The slander and attacks got so bad that Dennis Banks and Royce White Calf from the American Indian Movement made a public declaration (on this site) that Annett was a danger to native communities.

Before he entered the church, Kevin Annett was an activist. When he left, he was an organizer for the Canadian Auto Workers- trying to recruit United Church clergy into the union.

Annett’s involvement with activism began while he was a Master’s student at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. In Toronto, he was one of the founding members of the International Socialists- a spin off group that was created after the Waffle was ejected from the NDP. His network included many people who were (and are) influential on the left- Barry Weisleder, Winnie Ng, Judy Rebick and George Galloway to name a few.

It was those connections that allowed Annett’s long-con to thrive and grow. He was invited to speak at their meetings, Ryerson University (and CAW Sam Gindin Chair) Winnie Ng wrote glowing letters about his ‘work’, he shared the stage with Judy Rebick, Galloway interviewed him on his radio show.

As time passed, the left’s support for Annett shifted from the ridiculous to the absurd. published a story declaring Annett conducted an exorcism, causing a tornado to hit the Vatican. The Media Co-Op published a video interview with Annett while he’s waving around the bones of what he claimed were the bones of dead children from residential schools- they only launched softball questions and didn’t question gaps in Annett’s logic.

Intentional or not, Annett was a valuable tool for the people in the militant left- particularly for their efforts to create agitation in indigenous communities. One community where the radicals (with a strong representation from the CAW) have a foothold is the Six Nations. Annett’s claims of finding a mass grave was exactly what they needed to spur division. The hate Annett created for peacemakers like Jan Longboat only helped the radicals further their cause.

In many ways the Kevin Annett affair is a microcosm of Canada’s radical activist community- the same players, the same style of agitation, the same pattern of vicious lies, smears and attacks. That’s not a coincidence, Annett learned everything he knew from this community.

Today I was viciously attacked, once again, by some of the very same people. A story was published on the Media Co-Op’s webpage slandering me with a laundry list of lies and vicious smears. They label me as a far-right ‘reactionary’ because I view violence and dishonesty as a danger to the success of genuine activism. The article also appears to many as a veiled call to violence against me.

Curiously, someone from the House of Commons read that story- arriving on my site from the story in the Media Co-Op. It’s good to see people in government are paying attention.

Someone claiming to be with Anonymous then tweeted out that I’ve been framing activists for false crimes. Afterwards, 100′s of people came to my site. Luckily, many have come to me and expressed their regret that this happened to me.

It’s my understanding that the Media Co-Op has received funding from the CAW. In return, they’ve promoted the CAW’s causes, attacked the right people, and helped perpetuate many of the militant left’s great deceptions.  They do all this while claiming to be protectors of the working class and advocates for indigenous rights. In reality, what they do is the exact opposite.

Kevin Annett, Judy Rebick, Rabble, the Media Co-Op and so many others are a real a danger to those who they claim to support. They appropriate the voices of the poor, the disillusioned, and even those who’ve experienced the horrors of the residential schools. It’s a form of colonization- also a form of theft. Is it a coincidence that Pamela Palmater is the spokesperson for Idle No More? She’s also Judy Rebick’s sidekick, and funded by the CAW.

Most of the people who supported Annett have publicly conceded that he’s a fraud- including reporters for Rabble and the Media Co-Op. Regardless, they haven’t taken any action to stop the pain he’s been causing and to protect more people from giving their money, stories and souls to a man generally acknowledged as a con-artist. This despite the fact that some of their indigenous allies still believe in Kevin Annett’s lies. This is a form of abuse.

The problem is that these people aren’t in the game to bring us peace. They want the opposite, it’s their intention to continuing tearing-apart indigenous, and other, communities until they are (theoretically) ripe for a violent revolution. There most likely won’t be a revolution, most people are smarter than to believe their radical dogma. Unfortunately, many people are still getting hurt.
This cowardly pattern of vicious lies and attacks needs to stop. The appropriation of people’s struggles needs to stop. The people perpetuating this anguish need to stop. The community needs to take responsibility and call-out this sort of behaviour when it happens. It’s no longer acceptable to ignore what’s happening. Lives are at stake…(original story here)

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Thursday, March 14, 2013



BRITISH COLUMBIA ISSUES 16 TENDERS FOR BODY REMOVAL! Who's going to die? Ottawa shipping highly enriched uranium to the U.S. Is it dirty bomb time? Christopher Jordan Dorner burned alive in redoubt take down. His wallet survives the inferno. Knights of Malta fire the Pope. 9/11 author and family shot to death. English student dies after working on Obama campaign. Metal object from Mars gives Earthlings the finger. Google SPIES in real time. DNA portraits from cigarette butts. Gay marriage trumps civil rights in secret trial legislation. RCMP rape and molest native women. France paid 'terrorists' in Mali with ransom. Petrogold on the horizon. Day care linked to aggression. On Conspiracy Cafe they're Bourne to Kill.

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Americans Clash with US Military in Bradley Manning Rights Battle

Daniel Ellsberg, co-founder of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, leading Americans to stand up against Penatgon war crimes. (Photo credit: Getty Images)
In one of the nation's most important rights battles in history, Americans are clashing today with the U.S. military over Pfc. Bradley Manning's case.
Defying the U.S. military ban on making recordings at Manning’s pre-trial tribunal at the military court at Fort Meade, on Tuesday, Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) released Manning’s February account to the judge, explaining why he exposed military secrets
FPF is urging other Americans to do the same by embedding the following leaked audio on their websites. (See: Help Spread Bradley Manning's Words Across the Internet) 
Speech freedom advocacy group FPF released the audio of Bradley Manning’s testimony about why he leaked secret US government documents to WikiLeaks.
This marks the first time the public has heard Manning's voice since 2010 when he was arrested for exposing U.S. war crimes.
Watch the film Providence below by Laura Poitras, courtesy of Freedom of the Press Foundation. It is the leaked audio recording of Bradley Manning describing his response to the July 12, 2007 Baghdad Apache airstrike video that documented U.S. military troops killing two Reuters journalists. 

U.S. Army's 'delightful bloodlust
"We hope this recording will shed light on one of the most secret court trials in recent history, in which the government is putting on trial a concerned government employee whose only stated goal was to bring attention to what he viewed as serious governmental misconduct and criminal activity," FPF said in a written statement.
This is the first time anyone outside court has heard Manning explain how and why he gave the Apache helicopter video that became known as Collateral Murder, Afghanistan and Iraq Wars Logs, and State Department Diplomatic Cables to WikiLeaks.
In the audio, one can hear Manning's firm belief that what he identifies as US government wrongdoings need to be exposed to “spark a domestic debate on the role of the military and our foreign policy in general as it related to Iraq and Afghanistan.”
Regarding the Collateral Murder video, showing U.S. Apache helicopters opening fire on and killing civilians, including Reuters journalists, Manning said, “The most alarming aspect of the video to me, however, was the seemingly delightful bloodlust they appeared to have.”
Pentagon works harder to cover up war crimes
Due to recording prohibited at Manning’s hearings, the Pentagon is now pursuing measures to strengthen security and prevent information leaks from the trial, according to Russia Today:
Military judge Denise Lind, who is trying Manning’s case, has been informed by the Department of Defense that there was "a violation of the rules for the court," a spokesman said in a statement sent to AFP, and that the “US Army is currently reviewing the procedures set in place to safeguard the security and integrity of the legal proceedings and ensure PFC Manning receives a fair and impartial trial.”
Daniel Ellsberg is a co-founder of the Freedom of the Press Foundation.
Freedom of the Press Foundation board members include writers and advocates for the human and Constitutional rights to press freedom and transparency. Some of these are Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald, actor and activist John Cusack, Boing Boing co-editor Xeni Jardin, Free Press' Josh Stearns, and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras.
Rainey Reitman, founder of a support network for suspected WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning, serves as FPF chief operating officer.
It's been "disappointing" that major news organizations, many of whom utilized WikiLeaks documents, did not strongly support FPF as "they were having their financial livelihood taken away from them," said FPF's Trevor Timm.
Bradley Manning, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee
On Feb. 1, the entire parliamentary group of The Movement in the Icelandic Parliament, the Pirates of the EU; representatives from the Swedish Pirate Party, and former Secretary of State in Tunisia for Sport & Youth nominated Private Bradley Manning for the Nobel Peace Prize.
"The lengthy personal statement to the pre-trial hearing February 28th by Bradley Manning in his own words validate that his motives were for the greater good of humankind," his nominees say.
The nomination statement includes:
Manning is a soldier in the United States army who stands accused of releasing hundreds of thousands of documents to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks. The leaked documents pointed to a long history of corruption, war crimes, and a lack of respect for the sovereignty of other democratic nations by the United States government in international dealings.
These revelations have fueled democratic uprisings around the world, including a democratic revolution in Tunisia. According to journalists, his alleged actions helped motivate the democratic Arab Spring movements, shed light on secret corporate influence on the foreign and domestic policies of European nations, and most recently contributed to the Obama Administration agreeing to withdraw all U.S.troops from the occupation in Iraq.
Bradley Manning has been incarcerated for more then 1000 days by the U.S. Government. He spent over ten months of that time period in solitary confinement, conditions which expert worldwide have criticized as torturous. Juan Mendez, the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Torture and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment, has repeatedly requested and been denied a private meeting with Manning to assess his conditions.
The documents made public by WikiLeaks should never have been kept from public scrutiny. The revelations – including video documentation of an incident in which American soldiers gunned down Reuters journalists in Iraq – have helped to fuel a worldwide discussion about the overseas engagements of the United States, civilian casualties of war and rules of engagement. Citizens worldwide owe a great debt to the WikiLeaks whistleblower for shedding light on these issues, and so we urge the Committee to award this prestigious prize to accused whistleblower Bradley Manning.
We can already be reasonably certain that Bradley Manning will not have a fair trial as the head of State, the USA President Mr. Barack Obama, stated over a year ago on record that Manning is guilty.
Private First Class Manning, 25, has been held and tortured in U.S. military custody since he was arrested in May 2010.
He pleaded guilty to 10 of the 22 charges set against him. The prosecution still intends to pursue the 12 remaining charges.
If convicted, Manning could face 20 years in jail.
See Help Spread Bradley Manning's Words Across the Internet to embed the full audio, plus excerpts from the audio, on your website, or use the embed code provided above.
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Monday, March 11, 2013

A View From Space with Gary Bell, March 9, 2013

TOPICS:  The Final Pope, Saturn, Satan, 666, King James Version of the Bible, Jerusalem, Vatican, False Prophet, Royal Council, Antichrist, Michel de Nostredame, Saint Malachy, Predictive programming. Numerology, Astrology and Sacred Geometry

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Friday, March 8, 2013

There's A Secret Internet For Drug Dealers, Assassins, And......

The average person is only aware of a fraction of the Internet.
There is more content out there than any conventional browser can access. These sites are termed "Deep Web" or "Undernet." They exist outside the scope of Google, Facebook, and your RSS reader. It's the digital equivalent of a thriving city that's been domed over and cordoned off.
These sites are locked down so tightly that you need a special browser to access them. It's called the Tor browser, and it offers you an entirely new way of connecting to the Internet.
Where conventional web browsers like Chrome and Firefox make no effort to conceal your location or identity, Tor is built upon the idea of preserving anonymity as aggressively as possible.
What is Tor?
Tor, originally an acronym for "The Onion Router," is an anonymity network designed to keep your identity and location completely secure as you browse the web. When you use the Tor browser (a free download), volunteer servers around the world route your internet traffic from server to server before finally delivering you your content. On top of this evasive routing, data is encrypted a number of times as it travels to you.
Exploring the Deep Web
Michael Bergman of BrightPlanet puts it succinctly: "Searching on the Internet today can be compared to dragging a net across the surface of the ocean. While a great deal may be caught in the net, there is still a wealth of information that is deep, and therefore, missed."
Using the Tor browser unlocks the door to a whole weird and wild world you never would have guessed existed online. Where Google helps you find the needle, Tor lets you "explore the haystack."
There is lots of promise in Tor's value – people use it to protect their communications, to research sensitive topics, and to access information they might otherwise not have access to (if a country is behind a firewall, for example). By guaranteeing such a high level of anonymity, Tor lends itself well to information freedom activists, libertarians, and those who simply want to take their Internet safety to the extreme.
But with such anonymizing power made available for free, some less-than-legal (and even downright malicious) operations claim to operate successfully.
The Dark Side of the Deep Web
There are several websites claiming to offer some crazy goods and services through Tor:
  • Silk Road is dubbed the " of drugs." Gawker published a story on the site. Through Bitcoin, a secure and anonymous digital currency that can be exchanged for real money, vendors are able to set up shop digitally and sell their wares through the U.S. Postal Service. (It's important to note that Bitcoins are cash equivalents, so if someone rips you off you have no recourse.)
  • EuroArms sells and delivers weapons (without ammunition).
  • You can hire assassins through a service called "White Wolves."
  • Child pornography is readily available through countless sites.
  • The Human Experiment details medical experiments performed on people against their will.
Should we shut it down?
It depends on how you look at it. Just because the Deep Web is a place where the id tends to run wild doesn't mean others aren't finding legitimate and creative uses for it:
Despite being around since 2004, Tor's ability to keep our online identities secret seems to only just recently be coming to public light.  (more)

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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Cover Your Tracks

I recently heard from one of my readers who holds a Top Secret clearance and who has SCI access. His clearance was up for a Single-Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) periodic reinvestigation (PR). These SSBI-PRs are standard practice for anyone who holds a Top Secret clearance with access to Special Access Programs (SAPs), Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), or nuclear ("Q Access") programs. He told me that he was the subject of an "Expanded Reinvestigation" and in the course of that investigation he was challenged by investigators about his loyalty. The challenges, he discovered,were based upon his e-mail history and the assortment of books that he had purchased for his Kindle reader. Among other prepper-oriented books, he had Kindle copies of all three of my novels, and the investigator's report specifically mentioned them as suspect.
I find it almost comically absurd that for someone to possess copies of novels that have been on the New York Times bestseller list is somehow "Un-American" or "disloyal." But there you have it. We have now reached the era of ultimate inversion. The kissing cousins of the Stasi have been put in charge of guarding the hen house. They have unilaterally declared that family preparedness is now be disloyal and unpatriotic. So being prepared like a Boy Scout and stocking up on canned goods like your grandmother is something suspect, or somehow sinister. Lord help us.
At the risk of having my blog's web statistics take a hit, I feel obliged to warn my readers: If you are in a "position of special trust and confidence" (you know who you are: You hold a TS clearance with a bunch of funny little letters following the "TS") then I recommend that you take the following precautions:
  • Completely avoid using any government-owned computer or network for web surfing. Use only privately owned computers and non-DOD/non-government networks.
  • Use The Onion Router (Tor) for all of your web browsing. If you are not familiar with Tor, then get up to speed quickly.
  • Use anonymous re-mailers for any e-mails that say anything more than: "I miss you and I can't wait to get home from this deployment."
  • Use an inexpensive VPN service.
  • Be very careful about how you phrase your e-mails, even if they go through a re-mailer and use strong encryption. Warn all of your friends and relatives to do likewise in their e-mails to you. (Since the contents of incoming e-mails can be nearly as damning as outgoing e-mails, in the eyes of investigators.)
  • Rather than copying and pasting the text of anything controversial from any web site, instead send just Permalink URLs, couched with statements like: "I haven't had the chance to read this yet, but Bob said it was worth reading" (or some such.) This will provide plausible deniability.
  • If you buy any books that might be deemed controversial then buy only hard copies, pay cash, and don't leave a paper trail. I would suggest gun shows, preparedness expos, and "brick and mortar" bookstores are the best places to buy such books. If you are deployed overseas, then have your relatives buy books for you and ask them to send them to you in Flat Rate boxes.
  • Don't consider ANYTHING you do over the Internet to be "secure", even if you use strong encryption.
  • Get in the habit of sending traditional typed or hand-written letters. If you are worried about the receiver of the letter being under surveillance (a warrantless Postal Mail Cover), then put their address in both the TO and FROM blocks on the envelope.
The foregoing precautions are now only recommended only for folks with a Top Secret clearance that requires a SSBI. But everyone else reading this should pay attention. Who knows? You may need to take similar steps, if the statists tighten their grasp on our collective throats. - J.W.R.
(originally published here)
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Sunday, March 3, 2013

A View From Space with Gary Bell, March 2, 2013

TOPICS:  Vactican Finacial system, The Pope, Mount Herman, Euro Zone Collapse, N.W.O. The Queen, Prince William, Princess Diana, Solar/lunar Eclipses, Saros cycle, Alignments, 1948, Israel, London, Lucifer, Antichrist, Aliens, God, Satan, Numerology, Astrotheology, Sacred geometry

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Friday, March 1, 2013

Spices To Replace Drugs, Kill Bacteria, Improve Health, Change Moods, And Spice Up Your Sex Life

Prior to the invention of modern medicines, herbs and spices were used to treat various conditions, and have been used to treat illnesses for thousands of years. While the spices may not have cured everything, these people were onto something. Spices help the body function better and improve your overall health. Some spices are multi-taskers, so don’t be surprised if you see some spices in multiple categories. 
Rosa Wilson of says, "take a look at these 30 blog entries to get an idea of which spices might be able to help you." .

Heart Health

Heart attacks are one of the leading causes of death in men and women, so if you can eat your way to better heart health, wouldn’t that be worth a try? These five blog posts will explain the different spices and how they work in your body to improve your heart health.
3 Spice Bottles That Protect Your Heart and Reduce Inflammation
New Research: Which Herbs and Spices Improve Your Health
Spice Up Your Health
Eating for the Healthy Heart
Spices May Really Be the Spice of Life

Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation in your joints and body as a whole can cause you a lot of pain. However, taking typical over the counter pain relievers can have adverse effects on your kidneys. Adding spices to your daily food intake could reduce or eliminate the need to take over the counter pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs.
Herbs and Spices That Improve Your Oral Health
Spice it Up
How to Improve Your Health? Try Using Spices!
Spice it Up
5 Healing Benefits of Ginger

Kill Bacteria

Several spices have anti-bacterial properties that can help improve your immune system. By eating these spices your body can more easily ward off the germs that can cause colds and the flu. You may be able to stay healthier simply by adding some extra spice to your diet
How Curry Spice Helps The Immune System Kill Bacteria
The Top 10 Super-Spices that Protect Your Body
The Health Benefits of Cinnamon
How Curry Spice Helps the Immune System Kill Bacteria
E. Coli Bacteria Easily Killed with Spices Like Garlic, Clove, Cinnamon, Oregano, and Sage

Improve Immune System

Spices eaten to boost the immune system aren’t weird or unusual spices that you have never heard of, they are common spices, such as ginger, curry, cloves and nutmeg. Many of these spices show up in winter dishes naturally and can help you fight off unwanted germs.
Herbs and Spices to Boost Your Immune System
Need to Boost Your Immune System? These Foods Will Help!
How to Boost Your Immune System Naturally
7 Spices to Boost Your Immune System for the Winter
The Top 10 Super Spices that Protect Your Body

Mood Elevator

Cinnamon is one of the most common mood elevating spices, and one that almost everyone has in their kitchen right now. If you get up in a bad mood, why not add some cinnamon to your oatmeal or toast? Cinnamon isn’t the only mood elevating spice; saffron has actually been shown to reduce symptoms of PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome).
7 Foods to Change Your Mood
Spices for Depression They Seriously Can Spice Up Your Mood
Spice Up Your Mood Baby!
Spice Up Your Health with These 5 Common and Healthy Spices
Spice for the Health of It

Improve Libido

You’ve probably the heard the saying “add a little spice to your life.” Now you can add a little spice to your sex life. If you find that you aren’t in the mood as much as you’d like, you might want to try adding some heat to your food. Spicy food will increase your libido, so you can heat things up in the bedroom as well as in your food. Try some of these spices for yourself and see if you get any results.
Spices to Spice You Sex Life
Spices, Male Enhancement and Increased Sex Drive?
How to Increase Libido and Lose Weight
10 Spices to Raise Your Sex Drive
Four Spices That Increase Sex Drive
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