Here’s what it says on the UAMN TV channel:
The story began in 1994 on the bank of the River Ob amidst the endless expanses of the Siberian taiga. The well-known Siberian entrepreneur Vladimir Megre met with two elderly gentlemen who told him about the amazing properties of the Siberian cedar (also known in the West as the Siberian pine). At first he didn’t pay much attention to what they told him, but as he continued to reflect on it, Vladimir began to discover, in the historical and scientific literature he examined, more and more evidence supporting their words. Finally he decided to organize an expedition with a fleet of river steamers. The expedition was ostensibly for commercial purposes, but in actual fact his overriding motivation was to find the elders again and learn more about the secrets of the cedar.
Many people ask if Anastasia is “real”. Leonid answers simply, that it doesn’t really matter whether there is a human being called Anastasia somewhere in the Siberian Taiga, as long as the information connects with the part of all of us that is all-knowing. Once you read the books, you will “know”.
From long-standing friend Naomi Calligaro who keeps feeding my spirit with inspirational sayings, pictures and poems – despite seven arrests, three hate crimes, no pension payments since May 2015, six court proceedings ending with Police having ‘No Case to Answer’, i.e. the two of us ‘not guilty’ of conspiracy to intimidate witnesses, resulting in internet cables being cut, and a ‘Restraining Order’ not to make public any allegations. Do innocent, law-abiding people behave like that?
Maya Angelou “And Still I Rise”
You may write me down in history
With your bitter, twisted lies,
You may tread me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I’ll rise.
Does my sassiness upset you?
Why are you beset with gloom?
‘Cause I walk like I’ve got oil wells
Pumping in my living room.
Just like moons and like suns,
With the certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I’ll rise.
Did you want to see me broken?
Bowed head and lowered eyes?
Shoulders falling down like teardrops.
Weakened by my soulful cries. Continue reading
“No prison!” is another way of formulating victory!
On this warm summer evening
under a spotless sky, we celebrated in the beautiful garden of the Lion & Unicorn, the charming pub in Kentish Town with a delightful theatre.
I got to know it thanks to Far from Fiction – a play that asks whether women harm themselves or whether society harms them such that they harm themselves, because women can’t be loving mothers in a patriarchal world…
How can their children become loving partners and loving parents when nobody teaches life, living and loving?
The notion of theatre as therapy continues to intrigue me:
- who are we as actor, director and playwright of our life?
- how do we create our stage?
- who creates our illusions?
- who are the masters of deception?
- how can we learn to distinguish between realities and fantasies?
We have to find out for ourselves.
One day / event / experience / relationship at a time – before, during and after this life time….
This is the music that accompanied me through our trial:
Kendall House, a Church of England run care home in Kent has come back into the spotlight with the publication of a report detailing the harrowing treatment of the girls who stayed there.
The review, which was carried out by the Church of England, confirms that the practices at the care home were appalling and included heavy sedation, solitary confinement and other forms of psychological and emotional cruelty for resisting unauthorised medication, and routine violence. Several of the girls at the care home also complained that they were regularly raped.
Many of those young girls who went on to have children, gave birth to babies with defects as a result of the drugs they were forced to take – doses often greater than would be given to a horse. The Church was sued by a former resident, and the claim settled out of court.
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Lambeth Palace, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey and the Sussex arm of the Church of England are under pressure this morning to explain why critical documents relating to jailed paedophile Bishop Peter Ball, were not handed over to authorities.
Lord Carey denied the existence of a cover up last year, but in January 2016, the CPS published letters of support for Bishop Ball, which included a communication from Lord Carey.
Equally serious is the allegation that the cover up, which allowed Bishop Ball to continue to work within the church, enabled Ball to silence other victims of sexual abuse who came to him with their complaints. Phil Johnson, who was abused by Bishop Ball as a young man told the BBC that there had been instances of abuse which had been reported to Ball who had then failed to act. As a result of that failure, other boys then went on…
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