We have all had the experience of listening to a piece of music that really stirs our hearts and minds. The music literally brings tears to our eyes and joy to our hearts. There is a reason for this that goes back through time to an earlier musical scale now referred to as the “Solfeggio Frequencies“. This is a six note scale that bears some resemblance to our modern seven note musical scale. When related to music, ‘Solfeggio’ is referred to as the “ability to sight read music and sing the notes accurately (pitch wise) without the use of a musical instrument’.

<—— sample UT Song (396 Hz aids in the liberation of  fear and guilt) at the side bar on the left of this page

The solfeggio frequencies are reputed to be the original frequencies used by the Gregorian Monks when they chanted. The chant, based on the six notes, penetrates deep into the conscious and subconscious mind, drawing forth emotional reactions which we are sometimes unable to completely control. Dr. Candice Pert, PhD, reinforces this observation stating, “Energy and vibration go all the way to the molecular level. We have 70 different receptors on the molecules and when vibration and frequency reaches that far they begin to vibrate”. These original frequencies appear to have been ‘lost’ over the centuries but have recently been rediscovered.

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Christina Sarich ~ Monsanto Demands Removal Of Mexican Judge Over GM Maize Ban


cartoon_gmo_cornWant to know Big Ag’s solution if it doesn’t get the unquestioned support they desire? Just throw out the judge. That’s what is happening now as Monsanto asks for the Appeals Court Judge who ruled against them in Mexico to be removed.

Following two separate rulings to ban GMO, Monsanto made an official request for the removal of Judge Jaime Manuel Marroquin Zaleta. The country is currently resisting Monsanto’s attempt to grow GM maize in one of its most important crop zones. If biotech got their way, more than 7000 years of indigenous maize could be ruined. More than 60 varieties would be put in danger through cross-pollination should Monsanto find a way to be above justice.

Monsanto is playing with immoral legal tactics to try to overturn not just the decision of Judge Zaleta, but by attempting to remove him from his chair. The biotech company claims that Zaleta stated his opinion on the case before sentencing.

Last December, Judge Marroqun Zaleta threw out the appeals of Mexico’s SEMARNAT (Environment and Natural Resources Ministry), and Monsanto who were trying to play legal quackery again – by overturning a ruling from September – also disallowing GM maize planting.

The attorney for Acción Colectiva, Rene Sanchez Galindo, states what the rest of the world feels:

 “. . .the accusation against a Federal Judge by a multinational company, which has been questioned for lying to the world’s population with misleading information about the damage their products cause, and whose employees occupy high positions in governments around the globe; is tantamount to granting a merit badge to the Judge.”

Acción Colectiva is a concerned group of 53 scientists and 22 organizations that fruitfully brought the case against GMO and Monsanto to ban genetically modified maize.

Part of the reason Monsanto fights against this particular judge is because this decision cemented a first judgment, sending Monsanto and its government lackeys a message that they couldn’t wrongly influence the Mexican courts.

The Mexican government previously allowed trial crops of GM maize to be planted in 2009 before an earth-shattering decision made in September by the Twelfth Federal District Court for Civil Matters of Mexico City. Judge Jaime Eduardo Verdugo J. cited “the risk of imminent harm to the environment” as the reason behind his decision. Little has even been said about the harm to human health – but it is a start, and at this point any way to get Monsanto out of a country is a good one.

The Mexican government seems to have a stronger backbone to fight Monsanto than even our own. We applaud them.

The ban of GM maize will remain until the appeals court makes a new ruling on Monsanto’s ridiculous claim.

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Canada’s First Quantum Energy Generator!


Please support the building of Canada’s First Quantum Energy Generator!

I am involved in a global movement to bring quantum energy to the world. Recently a mechanical engineer open sourced plans on the internet to build a generator based on one of Tesla’s patents (electric generator).

QEGGERS OF CANADA (QEGAC) will build Canada’s first over unity machine in Montreal in May 2014. Our goal is to build the QEG, present it to the public, work shop it, and tour it across Canada. The real goal here is to expose Canada’s public to the benefits of quantum energy and begin working towards weening Canada off of fossil fuel dependence.

The QEG works! It takes 1000 watts to run and can output up to 40,000 watts of clean non-polluting quantum energy. The average Canadian home requires 26,000 watts for heating and electical needs.

On March 30th, 2014 the QEG was shown working at a conference in Taiwan where people are now work shopping to learn how it works and how to build one.

While teams all over the world ready themselves to build and introduce the QEG to the public, Canadians from all walks of life, engineers included, are joining the QEGAC community in order to gain access to knowledge and assistence. The QEGAC community is growing daily!

We are sure that in time the price of a QEG will drop. For now however, the parts costs total approximately $6000.00 (tax in) Canadian. We need your help to make this happen. We need your help to purchase the parts for the QEG and help with expenses tied to presenting the QEG to the public. QEGAC is not for profit. We do this for humanity, not for selfish gains.

Help us to bring this knowledge to our part of the world! Please donate what you can and let’s make this happen in Canada. Together we are strong, power to the people, right on!

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