8 UNITED STATES SOLDIERS DISAPPEAR REMOVING 5000 YEAR OLD FLYING MACHINE FROM AFGHAN CAVE

8 UNITED STATES SOLDIERS DISAPPEAR REMOVING

5000 YEAR OLD FLYING MACHINE

FROM AFGHAN CAVE

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/05/8-us-soldiers-disappear-removing-5000-yr-old-flying-machine-from-afghan-cave-video-2641526.html

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NOTE BY NANCY:

Whether or not the story of U.S. Soldiers disappearing is true, IT IS TIME TO CLIMB OUT OF THE STATUS QUE BOX in which the majority of Earth’s inhabitants have spent their lives.

 ALL THAT IS HIDDEN WILL BE REVEALED! It is happening NOW!

 This Coast to Coast Radio Show, with George Noory, talks about the flying machine.

 Many of us have known from our own research that much extraterrestrial information, artifacts are buried beneath the pyramids. Wars are fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, not solely for the oil but more so in an effort to seize the extraterrestrial technology buried there. Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan are all part of the Persian Empire and the cradle of civilization. The Persian Empire, along with Egypt, were all ancient centers for extraterrestrial activity. Star gates exist there.

 It is past time to turn off the TV and research for yourself … life as we have known it is about to disappear! Listen to this show, then follow up with your own research. DISCERNMENT will be essential as we move forward in the coming days and weeks! Much, much horrible disinformation is being propagated! Stand aside … research on your own … use your Intuitional Powers to discern truth from disinformation.

Your intellect will lie to you in accordance with what your ego wants to hear. Your Higher or Intuitive Mind leads you to Truth…it is your only Path to Truth.

  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ft_bcN8sfFA#!

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – I HONOR FAWZIA KOOFI

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY – MARCH 8, 2013

 MAY THIS DAY MARK THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF VIOLENCE TOWARD WOMEN & CHILDREN.

 

I HONOR FAWZIA KOOFI

Fawzia Koofi

 FOR DEMONSTRATING THE COURAGE & SELFLESSNESS OF WOMEN

AS SHE RUNS FOR

PRESIDENT OF AFGHANISTAN

afghan_child_refugeehttp://www.rawa.org/temp/runews/data/upimages/afghan_child_refugee.jpg

 

AS SHE SEEKS TO PAVE THE WAY FOR AFGHANISTAN

TO ENTER THE GOLDEN AGE

OF

LOVE, PEACE, EQUALITY, AND ABUNDANCE

FOR EVERY HUMAN BEING!

 

 WORLDWIDE – WOMEN WILL LEAD THE WAY

INTO AN AGE

WHEN ALL CHILDREN WILL BE LOVED,

ALL WOMEN WILL BE HONORED FOR THE LOVELY SOULS THEY ARE,

AND ALL MEN WILL REJOICE IN THE

NEWLY ESTABLISHED LOVING EQUALITY OF ALL.

 

EQUALITY FOR ALL = LOVE FOR ALL,

SELF-FULFILLMENT FOR ALL,

&

JOY FOR ALL!

 

 

 

 

 

TWO AFGHAN CHILDREN KILLED BY WAR WHILE HERDING THEIR CATTLE

‘We Are Those Two Afghan Children Killed by War’

by Afghan Peace Volunteers and Hakim

Published on Monday, March 04, 2013 by COMMON DREAMS

protesting-killing

Members of the Afghan Peace Volunteers gathered in protest outside the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission in Kabul in Sunday to protest the killing of two boys, aged 7 and 8, by NATO military forces. (Photo: Courtesy of Afghan Peace Volunteers)

Two young Afghan boys herding cattle in Uruzgan Province of Afghanistan were mistakenly killed by NATO forces last week.

They were seven and eight years old.

Our globe, approving of ‘necessary or just war’, thinks, “We expect this to happen occasionally.”

Some say, “We’re sorry.”

Therefore, with sorrow and rage, we the Afghan Peace Volunteers took our hearts to the streets.

We went with two cows, remembering that the two children were tending to their cattle on their last day.

We are those two children.

We want to be human again.

Don’t we see it? Don’t we hear it?

All of nature, the cows, the grass, the hills and the songs, crave for us to be human again.

We want to get out of our seats of pride and presumption, and give a cry of resistance.

We want the world to hear us, the voice of the thundering masses.

“We’re so tired of war.”

“Children shouldn’t have to live or die this way.”

“This hurts like mad, like the mad hurt of seeing a child being caned while he’s crying from hunger.”

“We have woken up, and we detest the method of mutual killing in war that the leaders of the world have adopted.”

We say, with due respect to the leaders, but with no respect for their acts of violence, “We are very wrong. You are very wrong.”

“We cannot go on resolving conflicts this warring way.”

Unless we see the cattle’s submission upon being blown up to pieces, and understand the momentary surprise of the seven year old listening to music on his radio, and empathize with the eight year old who had taken responsibility for the seven year old, and weep torrentially with the mother of the children, we are at risk of losing everything we value within ourselves.

Hearing the NATO commander General Joseph Dunford say that they’re sorry makes us angry; we don’t want to hear it.

We don’t want ‘sorries’. We want an end to all killing. We want to live without war.

We want all warriors to run back anxiously to their own homes, and fling their arms around their sons and daughters, their grandsons and grand-daughters, and say, “We love you and will never participate in the killing of any child or human being again.”

In the days to come, we’ll remember the distraught mother and family of the two children.

We know they won’t eat, or feel like breathing or living. They will remember, yet not want to remember.

Their mother will feel like giving away tens of thousands of cows just so she can touch her two children’s faces again. No, she’ll not only touch their faces, she will shower them with the hugs and kisses only mothers can give.

Do not insult her grief or her poverty by giving her monetary compensation for her children.

If they were alive, they would say along with their mother, “We are not goods.”

We went out there with our hearts and two cows this morning. We stood in front of the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, next to a trash-lined river no one wants to clean up, and we began to feel human again.

We had begun to cry for our world.

 

The Afghan Peace Volunteers are a grassroots group of ordinary, multi-ethnic Afghans seeking a life of non-violence, the unity of all people, equality, and self-reliance. We seek non-military solutions for Afghanistan and do not work for the benefit of any political group or religion.

Hakim (weeteckyoung@gmail.com) is a mentor for the Afghan Peace Volunteers in Kabul. www.ourjourneytosmile.com

 

SUPPORTING FAWZIA KOOFI AS THE 1ST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF AFGHANISTAN!

SUPPORTING FAWZIA KOOFI AS THE 1ST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF

AFGHANISTAN!

Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div.

A lake in northern Badakshan, Afg near the Tajik border

Several months ago, I created a photograph document entitled “Getting to Know the Beauty of Afghanistan and its People.”

Little did I know how deeply I would be touched by the beauty of the country and the people.  My heart swells with love as I celebrate the positive changes taking place in Afghanistan, especially in regards to women and children’s rights.

I create this blog post as a means of supporting Fawzia Koofi and her run for President of Afghanistan!  It will be amazing to observe what these beautiful, soulful people will do during the New Golden Age!

WE MAY SUPPORT FAWZIA KOOFI BY ORDERING A COPY OF HER NEWLY RELEASED BOOK:  “THE FAVORED DAUGHTER:  ONE WOMAN’S FIGHT TO LEAD AFGHANISTAN INTO THE FUTURE” AT:  http://www.amazon.com/Favored-Daughter-Womans-Afghanistan-Future/dp/0230120679/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1361726168&sr=1-1&keywords=fawzia+koofi

 Fawzia Koofihttp://lauradisilverio.com/2012/09/fawzia-koofi-not-taking-freedom-for-granted/

FAWZIA KOOFI DISCUSSES HER RUN FOR PRESIDENT

OF AFGHANISTAN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rmZZnQLkJnY

*********************

 You may view my photographic documents here:

 https://pathwaytoascension.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/getting-to-know-the-beauty-of-afghanistan-its-people-part-1/

https://pathwaytoascension.wordpress.com/2012/10/19/getting-to-know-the-beauty-of-the-afghan-people-part-2/

THE REAL REASON AMERICANS ARE IN AFGHANISTAN

THE REAL REASON AMERICANS ARE IN AFGHANISTAN

Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div.

 Recently, I decided to search for the beauty in Afghanistan and its people.  My conscious reason was that I was weary of seeing only military photos of violence and a destroyed country.

I was shocked to find that Afghanistan is a stunning beautiful country.  I also stumbled on the REAL REASON Americans are in Afghanistan and why there is so much resistance to leaving.

Afghanistan_Minerals

  Untapped Mineral Deposits in Afghanistan estimated to be worth between $1-$3 Trillion.

http://muftah.org/hope-amid-chaos-mineral-resources-afghanistans-economic-future/

Listen to the reason from General David Petraeus’ own mouth:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=wvQJcMmPmsY

Of course, the way this is presented to the public is that these mineral resources can be used to rebuild the Afghanistan Americans and others have destroyed.  How much longer will we buy into these lies?

You may see photos of these mineral deposits at:  https://pathwaytoascension.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/getting-to-know-the-beauty-of-afghanistan-its-people-part-1/

 IT IS TIME FOR AMERICANS TO STOP BELIEVING

THE LIES WE ARE TOLD ABOUT

FIGHTING FOR OUR FREEDOMS!

 In Truth, we are sending our loved ones into battle so the rich and powerful can steal the natural resources of the particular country.  We praise our troops for their bravery and allow them to be killed, maimed, and psychologically damaged for life SO THAT the rich and powerful can get richer and more powerful.

 AMERICANS ARE NOT FREE … WE ARE ENSLAVED

AND DON’T KNOW IT!

 

OUR TRUE HISTORY WILL REVEAL THAT WE HAVE NEVER

GONE TO WAR FOR THE REASONS PRESENTED.

 

WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF HAVING THAT HISTORY REVEALED!!!

 MAY WE ALL LISTEN!

 

A LESSON IN TRUTH: ALL LIFE BREATHES TOGETHER

NOTE BY NANCY:  Recently Caroline Myss wrote the following article about her experience with an Afghani man.  Although the story was written as an illustration for a more extensive article, I am publishing the story alone to allow you to see the inner beauty of an Afghan man.

Carolyn Myss

*A LESSON IN TRUTH: ALL LIFE BREATHES TOGETHER *

 *by Caroline Myss*

 http://www.myss.com/library/dailymessage/

 The other day I flew to Newark, New Jersey, to give a benefit lecture on

behalf of the Trenton Soup Kitchen. I have been involved with the TSK for

five years now and I consider the work this charity does to be absolutely

magnificent. Anyway, I arrived midday and was met by a lovely, middle-aged

driver. Within minutes we were in his immaculate car heading to our

destination, which, according to his GPS, was an hour away. My first

reaction was, “Ugh, that’s half the flight time from Chicago.” My second

reaction was, “I hope this guy isn’t a chatterbox because I need to make

notes for my talk.”

Heading out of the airport, the driver and I both settled into our normal

routines. He got his GPS going and I pulled out my notebook. Then he asked,

“Is the temperature okay for you?” All he wanted to know was if the air in

the car was warm enough, right? That required a yes or a no and a thanks

for asking. But instead, something in me found his accent very curious.

Why? I grew up in a home in which half my relatives had foreign accents, as

did half the people in the neighborhood. People with accents are so common

in my life that I hardly notice them, but I noticed his. Then I noticed

that I needed to know where he came from – I mean I absolutely needed to

know. Why? I don’t know why.

So I asked him, “Where are you from? I am intrigued with your accent.”

He smiled and said, “Where do you think?” I looked at his face through the

driver’s mirror and the deep lines around his dark brown eyes blending in

with his warm smile told me that this was a good man, a very good man.

I said, “Persia.”

His eyes sparkled, “Very good, but not quite. Close. What’s next to Persia?”

I froze for a moment. My mind went blank. I needed to bring up the globe in

my mind’s eye. I said, “Okay, just a minute. You’re not Turkish. You must

be from Afghanistan.”

“Yes, I am Afghani. I came here when the Russians invaded my country. I had

just completed my degree at the university in Kabul. You can’t imagine how

beautiful Afghanistan was before all these wars. Now I have two sons and a

daughter here.”

I put my notebook down and we began to discuss his life, his journey, his

world. He told me how the turmoil of decades of war in Afghanistan has

affected his family and the lives of so many people he knows. And then he

told me that he lost his job when the company he was working for let go of

many of their employees. As a result, he was losing his home. That struck

him as among the more overwhelming events of his life, as he did not think

such a thing could happen in America. I told him about how many people I

knew in that same situation.

Lest you think his man was complaining about the events that had unfolded

in his life or drowning in his sorrows, that was not at all the case.

Rather, he presented these chapters of his life with a type of “matter of

fact” voice that was devoid of self-pity or anger. I was the one pressing

for more details, asking him to expand on how and why events happened as

they did in his life. I was the one picking at his wounds. If anything, he

should have dropped me off at a bus station and told me to catch the next

bus to Trenton.

Then he said, “I should be quiet now. I notice you have work to do.”

He didn’t ask me why I had come to Trenton and as I realized that, I hoped

with all my might that he would not. And then I had this overwhelming gut

feeling, that unmistakable rupture I get when I know I am right, “This man

and his wife come to the Trenton Soup Kitchen for a meal or maybe even a

few meals each week.” I knew it.

I was desperate to change the subject now. I could talk about anything –

weather, sports, Hurricane Sandy – just don’t ask me why I have come to

Trenton. Then my phone rang. It was a family member calling about another

family member who was in a very serious crisis. We were circling the

wagons, as they say. He could hear me, not because I was speaking loudly

but because I was sitting directly behind him. For fifteen minutes, I

discussed possible treatment and outcome for a beloved family member. My

voice had gotten tight. I was shutting down, withdrawing into the silence

of grief and tears. I hung up the phone, staring out the window.

This lovely Afghan man said, “You know, when my daughter was five, she was

diagnosed with this rare illness. Her female organs matured faster than her

physical body and she started to menstruate at that age. We were terrified.

We took her to a doctor and he told us that she needed to take this certain

shot once a month. It cost $1,000.00. Insurance covered that while I had my

other job but then I lost that job. I did not know what to do. I needed to

provide for my family, for my home, for their health. I was never so

frightened. I told my wife that I needed to go away for one reason. I

needed to go and be with God. I needed to be alone to take my life, my

problems directly to God. And so I went away to pray for two weeks. I had

to be alone, to do nothing but pray.

When I returned, we took my daughter to a different doctor and he said,

‘Why do you want to have her on this medication? She is perfectly healthy?’

And she is perfectly healthy. She is healed. I know that God is with me,

even through these difficult times. Yes, I am losing my home. I can replace

that. I could never replace my daughter, or my sons. And so we will grieve

the loss our own home, but for how long? Perhaps three days. But how long

would we grieve the loss of my daughter? We would grieve until the day of

our own death. And so God blessed me by showing me that he is truly with

me, with my family, and that he hears our prayers.”

By the time this wonderful man finished sharing his story, I could not stop

the tears from pouring out of my eyes.

“Do you have any water?” he asked me.

“Are you thirsty? Here, I have a bottle of water,” I said as I gave him my

water.

“No,” he said, “I am not thirsty. I am going to pray for your family member

and I am going to put those prayers into this water and you will take this

water to her. It will carry the grace and light of God’s response.”

I asked him if I could pray for his family, for his journey through

hardship and his return to right livelihood. And so, pulling up to my

friend’s house, my driver held the bottle of water in his hands and sang

prayers from the Koran. He rocked slowly back and forth in the front seat

of the car, falling deeper and deeper into an inner dialogue with God. I

closed my eyes and quietly entered into my own interior castle, holding

images of this man’s face and soul in my heart.

In the midst of this sacred ritual, I heard the sound of my friend darting

out of his home to greet me. I quickly came out of my prayer space and

signaled to him by holding up my hand, “Stay where you are. Don’t come near

this car.”

Still this dear man continued in his prayerful request that healing grace

be given to my family member. Tears now flowed from his closed eyes as his

body movements revealed that his heart beat closely with heaven’s pulse.

Finally, he opened his eyes and handed me what anyone else would take for

an ordinary bottle of Evian water. We held each other’s hands for several

seconds, thanking each other with nods of our heads and the tight grips of

our hands. Still appearing to be an ordinary Evian bottle from the outside,

I looked through the ordinary and into the extraordinary. I stared at this

bottle of water and for me it became the substance of miracles, the story

of a man’s life journey, and on the day I was picked up to do a benefit for

the homeless by a man losing his home whose very prayers I suspect may well

have contributed most to the healing of my family member. It became “holy

water.”

[All life breathes together.]

HOW DO WE ACHIEVE BALANCE BETWEEN POSITIVE & NEGATIVE?

HOW DO WE ACHIEVE BALANCE BETWEEN POSITIVE & NEGATIVE?

Part 2

Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div.

Scales in balance

 A reader’s question in response to my article:

https://pathwaytoascension.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/attempting-to-focus-only-on-the-positive-creates-imbalance/

 

As we near the end of our sojourn on the 3rd dimensional plane of duality, a part of the creation process for our galactic society will entail bringing our lives, and that of the entire human family, into balance.  How will we accomplish this?

Let’s first consider achieving balance on an individual level.  As a vocational rehabilitation counselor, my job was to evaluate each client’s personality/physical characteristics and the skills that could be developed into a vocation.  This meant knowing the negative characteristics as well as the positive.  The evaluation would have been useless if I did not get to know the negative influences that would impact the client’s capacity to function successfully.  At first sight, the negative might outweigh the positive to the point where the situation seems hopelessly imbalanced.

scales of imbalance

The goal of vocational rehabilitation is to know the negative and then, to use the positive to achieve balance, as demonstrated by a well functioning individual.  During the rehabilitation process, we are focusing on the positive characteristics and developing them.  The more the client uses the positive characteristics, the more balanced his/her life becomes.  We did not ignore the negative; instead, we got to know the negative and the positive, then developed the positive.

Norman Vincent Peale stated:  “Every problem has in it the seeds of its own solution.  If you don’t have any problems, you don’t get any seeds.”

 Albert Einstein stated:  “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”

 Both men recognize that we have to focus on the problem, i.e. the negative, long enough to understand its systemic causes and to decipher the seeds of solution, i.e. the positive.

My intuitive impression is that people study Unity, Science of Mind (both of which I studied for decades), and The Course In Miracles, and somehow develop a fear of looking at the problem—the negative.   We say, “I don’t want to energize the negative with my thought energy.”

However, there is a difference between focusing on the negative – and – evaluating the problem that we consider to be negative in search of the seeds of its own solution.  As we search for the seeds of solution, we are not focused on the negative.  Instead, we are looking for the pathways to the positive.

 I’ll give another example:  Recent news has been filled with negative images and reports on Iran and Afghanistan.  With a mind saturated with the negative news, it is next to impossible to think positive thoughts about Iran or Afghanistan.  So I tried an experiment:  Can I continue to think of Iran and Afghanistan and do so in a positive light?  I created a 4 part series entitled “Working For World Peace By Getting To Know The Beauty Of A Country & Its People.”  http://www.pathwaytoascension.com/

 It works!  Now, each time I send Light to Iran or Afghanistan, my thought energy goes to the beauty of the country and its people.  As we get to know the beauty (or positive) and focus on it, we are envisioning peace rather than a war-torn country or the possibility of nuclear weapons.  It isn’t that we ignore Iran and Afghanistan because we don’t want to energize negative energy; it is that we focus on the beauty … look into the eyes of the people and love them … and know we want peace for our precious brothers and sisters.  I was startled to find in the photos of Afghanistan—a country that has been under near-continuous military attack since the 17th century—that it possesses an aura around it that I perceive as the blue of devotion  and Archangel Michael’s Blue Flame.

A very important consideration regarding what we presently know as one of the most corrupt (thus negative) facets of our 3rd dimensional lives is the political arena.  Politics is literally a dirty  word and with good reason.  However, the end result of very well meaning people not wanting to focus on the negative has been that many of the good and often very capable people in any nation have refused to get involved with politics. It is easy to see how imbalanced governments become when a large portion of the citizenry, especially those seeking the good, refuses to get involved.

In 2012, our entire planet is on the verge of being tasked with creating a galactic society as the old, corrupt society crumbles.  Every human being will be needed as an involved citizen to cooperate in this planetary endeavor.  I feel sure that for awhile there will be pockets of negativity representing problems awaiting evaluation and the finding of the seeds of its own solution.  These solutions, or positive alternatives, will be found as we seek with the higher level of consciousness that will be ours as we ascend.  We can then work together from a higher level of consciousness than that with which the problems were created.

May we begin today to learn to think in accordance with a higher consciousness—to solve the problems of our society from the standpoint of a much higher conscious awareness than the one on which our societal problems exist.

Together, as ONE, we will achieve balance!  Not by focusing only on the positive, but by cooperatively evaluating the negative in a search for the seeds of solutions, thenplanting, watering, and harvesting those seeds together!

 BALANCE

Scales in balance

THE 5TH DIMENSION IS ONE OF BALANCE!

BALANCE BRINGS LIGHT & DARKNESS INTO LIGHT!

 BALANCE = A CONSCIOUS AWARENESS OF THE ONENESS OF ALL PEOPLE!

PART 1

https://pathwaytoascension.wordpress.com/2012/05/24/attempting-to-focus-only-on-the-positive-creates-imbalance/

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