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Monday, November 14, 2011

...Remember when Mark Zuckerberg called his users ''dumb f****''?...

Think about all the things you’ve used your Internet for in the past 24 hours. You’ve probably checked your email, updated your Facebook status, paid some bills through online banking, read up on the latest news, and took the time before bed to video chat with a far-flung childhood friend. Even after logging out and turning off your computer, the information you’ve just accessed or created continues to wander the great plains of the World Wide Web. This information that we leave behind about ourselves on a daily basis is known as our digital footprint.
Like stepping in wet concrete, these trails we unwittingly leave behind can be tough to erase. With the rise of identity theft, corporate tracking, and the ability of “Big Brother” to access our private data, it is more important than ever for Internet users to be aware of how past and future data can be erased and controlled more effectively.

How Big is My Footprint?

To truly understand just how big your digital footprint is, there are several tools available that can be easily accessed and added to your computer for constant monitoring and control.
Google is one of the most commonly accused mediums for collecting our data, and rightfully so. That ad that just popped up on your GMail page for cookbooks does indeed have something to do with your search for a killer Spam recipe for last Sunday’s tailgate party.

On a daily basis Google pings your browser for information about browsing history, allowing the search giant to improve their search algorithms and target advertising. Interested in seeing just how often this is happening? Download the free software offering Google Alarm, created by F.A.T. Labs, which is available for both Firefox and Chrome browsers. This add-on will notify you each time you are sending data to Google. Just make sure you disable the sound option for this. I jumped out of my chair the first time the (very loud) alarm went off, and kept going off almost every time I visited a new site. Unless you have a serious love for air horns or are trying to induce a heart attack don’t forget to do this!
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Another way to measure your digital footprint is to see how much advertising companies have been allowed to track your browsing habits. “But I never gave any companies permission to know about sites I visit” you insist. The sad reality is that simply visiting certain sites allows advertising companies to place what are known as “tracking cookies” on your computer. Cookies are small chunks of data created by web servers that are delivered through a web browser and stored on your computer. They allow websites that you often frequent to keep track of your online patterns and preferences, creating a personalized experience.
Leading the fight to raise awareness and provide solutions to this issue is the Network Advertising Initiative, a coalition of cooperative of online marketing and analytics companies committed to “building consumer awareness and establishing responsible business and data management practices and standards.”
According to the NAI, “Most of the advertising online today is provided by 3rd party ad networks. These networks use tools such as cookies to track your Web preferences and usage patterns in order to tailor advertising content to your interests. What you may not realize is that information gathered at one website may be used to direct ad content at another site.”
To combat this, the NAI has created a service that scans your computer to identify those member companies that have placed an advertising cookie file on your computer. The results from running this simple diagnostic can be eye-opening about how much your internet habits are being monitored.
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Another method of obtaining a simple estimate about your digital footprint is by using the Digital Footprint Calculator, provided as a service from the EMC Corporation. The software download, which is available for both Windows and Mac, measures user input about the frequency of emails, photo and video uploads, phone usage, web browsing, and where in the world you live. After submitting your estimates, the calculator will provide you with an actual file size of your presence on the Internet. The software also ironically provides an option of creating a ticker widget to share your results on a web page, thus expanding your footprint in the process.
Looking for a quick way to determining digital shoe size? Write down every site on the Internet you have created a user account for. Sound impossible? For most of us, we have cast such a wide personal net across the web, that it is insurmountable to go back and accurately pinpoint where we’ve left information about ourselves. Attempting to complete this exercise may bring on the realization that caging the Internet beast that is your personal information is next to impossible, and for the most part, it is. Fortunately, there are organizations and free software offerings that can help you bring your data monster into submission.

Erasing Your Digital Footprint

Now that you’ve had the chance to measure just how big your footprint is, what steps can be taken to try and erase it? Let’s start with cookies.
A simple way to ensure safe browsing without a trail is to make sure you are cleaning out your cache of cookies on your computer. Accessing the preferences option in any browser and clicking the “delete cookies” option can easily do this. A word of warning though: those users who enjoy auto-login and personal customization and personalization of sites you frequent will be deleted.
If you would like a more thorough method of cleaning up cookies, as well as Internet history and other tracking tools, there are free options available. A popular software offering (and a MaximumPC favorite) for Windows users is CCleaner. CCleaner, which is available as a free download or pay version (if you want technical support included), cleans all Internet history, cookies, auto-complete forms, and index files from your computer. Supported browsers include IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari.
Another option to clean cookies on your computer, particularly flash cookies, is a freeware program called Flash Cookie Cleaner. Flash cookies are simply cookies created by Adobe Flash plug-ins on websites that perform the same snooping tasks as regular cookies. Flash Cookie Cleaner works to eliminate these files, but also contains options to save cookies to sites you trust and wish to keep information on.
Another easy way to erase your digital footprint is to make sure you are deleting accounts to websites you no longer frequent. Sites can often employ difficult account cancellation practices, which can discourage users from going through the trouble. Smashing Magazine writer Cameron Chapman has compiled an excellent article on how to delete your account from popular websites. This can be one of the quickest ways to erase your personal data, making it unavailable to be used by one company or sold to another. Still have your Friendster, MySpace, or Bebo account active? That data is still available for others to see!

Erasing personal information that has already been made public on the web should be the next step in your clean-out process. Do a basic search of your name on sites such as Spoke, Intelius and WhitePages to pull up what the rest of the world sees about you. From there, it becomes a tedious (but worthwhile) process of filling out online forms and making phone calls with these services to limit or remove your personal information from company databases. For more information on public data companies to check and how to remove your information from them, check out this article from Gizmodo writer Kelly Hodgkins.
If drastic measures are needed to erase your information, companies are ready and waiting to “wash out” your digital footprint: for a price. offers a suite of paid services to protect, promote, and defend their customers’ personal data online. Their tagline?
“Scammers, stalkers and identity thieves prey on private data. Equally harmful are things we call negative content — a bad review of your business, a nasty comment on Facebook, an article about something from your past that’s simply irrelevant now — that could damage your personal life or your livelihood. We can help.”
If an absolute face lift or dramatic reduction of your online information is needed, pay services such as this may be your quickest way to a smaller digital shoe size.

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Dear Friend of Diaspora* -

Thanks again for your interest in joining the Diaspora* community, and for your patience. We’re working on getting your invite out to you as quickly as possible, and we’re still committed to getting it to you by the end of October. We’re pushing out hundreds of thousands of invitations as quickly as we can -- thanks for bearing with us.

As promised in our previous message, we want to tell you a little more about why we believe so strongly in Diaspora*'s mission: to build a new and better social web, one that's 100% owned and controlled by you and other Diasporans.

Diaspora*'s distributed design is a huge part of it. Like the Internet itself, Diaspora* isn't housed in any one place, and it's not controlled by any one entity (including us). We've created software that lets you set up and run your own social network on your own "pod" (or server) and connect your network to the larger Diaspora* ecosystem. You can have a pod all to yourself, or one for just you and your friends, or your family, giving you complete ownership and control over your personal social information (including your identity, your posts, and your photos) and how it’s all stored and shared. Or you can simply join one of more than 20 open pods.[1]

This means you can do what you want. You can express yourself candidly, and be your authentic self. You can go by whatever name you like on Diaspora*. Pseudonyms are fine, and this both protects you (if you want to say something your boss or your parents disagree with) and opens the door to real connection. Here’s how one blogger and Diasporan put it:
Maybe his kind words mean so much to me because T is someone I've met through a [pseudo]nym -- he got to know the real me's ideals and beliefs, and liked that person... A compliment from [him] is based on my own sincerity, and thus, has a certain purity. It is untainted by perceptions of how I look, what I'm wearing, and so on. Given that, I value it especially highly.[2]
This kind of authentic connection brings back the social freedom that made the Internet awesome in the first place. And this is just the beginning.

You can make great connections with anyone in the Diaspora* ecosystem, not just the people on your own pod, because the pods are linked together.

You can also use Diaspora* as a home base for your outbound posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, writing to them all from Diaspora*. In the future, you’ll be able to monitor your inbound streams from Diaspora* as well.

Yet our distributed design means no big corporation will ever control Diaspora*. Diaspora* will never sell your social life to advertisers, and you won’t have to conform to someone’s arbitrary rules or look over your shoulder before you speak.

And because your information is yours, not ours, you’ll have the ultimate power -- the ability to move your profile and all your social data from one pod to another, without sacrificing your connection to the social web. Over time, this will bring an end to the indifferent, self-serving behavior that people can’t stand[3] from the walled gardens that dominate social networking today. When you can vote with your feet for the environment where you feel safest, the big guys will have to shape up, or risk losing you.

We’re still building this move-your-profile capability, as well as other key features. It’s hard work, but we’re building the future we want to see, with incredible community support.

Diaspora* is a genuine community effort. More than 160 people have contributed to our code, putting us in the top 2% of all open source projects tracked by Ohloh.[4] Hundreds more volunteers have translated Diaspora* into 13 of the world’s spoken languages so far, with another 32 translations in progress. Thousands of Diasporans have given us more than 3,000 points of feedback. (We’re listening closely, and building the features you’re asking for as fast as we can.) And of course, thousands of donors have helped pay for our development, and hundreds of thousands of people -- including you -- are patiently waiting for access to try it out.

Thanks again for your patience. We can’t wait to see you here, and to build a brighter future together.

- Dan, Max, Ilya, Sarah, Yosem, and Peter
Wednesday, September 21st, 2011
[1]: is just one of the pods within the Diaspora* ecosystem. Here’s a directory of some of the others that are open to new users (there are even more out there too, including many that are private, not open).
[2]: Excerpts from this blog post by Garidin Winslow.
[3]: "Report: Facebook Is Most Hated Social Media Company", Courtney Rubin, Inc. Magazine, July 20, 2011.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

GREENPEACE InternationalDetox Campaign
Dear friends, 

Pressure is mounting on Adidas to one-up the commitments made by Puma and Nike in response to our campaign. Can Adidas catch its rivals by committing to Detox its products and supply chain? Will the sportswear giant come clean about what chemicals it uses and discharges?
Please write to Herbert Hainer, CEO of Adidas, today to encourage Adidas to Detox. More than 30,000 people already have since Tuesday:

Tell Adidas to DETOX

We began the Detox campaign in June with a "Nike vs Adidas" challenge, but Puma was first off the mark with its commitment to eliminate all hazardous chemicals from its supply chain and products. Nike last week committed too, leaving people to wonder what Adidas thinks about its customers and the environment. 

According to China's Statistical Yearbook, the apparel, footwear and caps textile industry discharge 805 tonnes of industrial waste water every second[1]. Our latest Dirty Laundry report reveals that the clothes in your local sportswear or fashion outlet may contain nonylphenol ethoxylates, which break down in water to form nonylphenol -- a toxic, persistent and hormone-disrupting chemical. 

If you've ever owned an Adidas garment, write to them now 

Together we can convince Adidas to not only match Puma and Nike, but even take the lead. Adidas is the world's #2 sportswear brand, but they still haven't earned their Detox stripes. 


The Detox Team
Greenpeace International 

P.S. Please write to Adidas as soon as you can, as the impact of many thousands of messages from around the world will be greatest if they come in a downpour. 

[1] Source: China Statistical Yearbook 2010 


Thursday, August 11, 2011

In whose image was The Adam the prototype of modern humans, Homo sapiens created?

The Bible asserts that the Elohim said: Let us fashion the Adam in our image and after our likeness. But if one is to accept a tentative explanation for enigmatic genes that humans possess, offered when the deciphering of the human genome was announced in mid-February, the feat was decided upon by a group of bacteria!
Humbling was the prevalent adjective used by the scientific teams and the media to describe the principal finding that the human genome contains not the anticipated 100,000 – 140,000 genes (the stretches of DNA that direct the production of amino-acids and proteins) but only some 30,000+ — little more than double the 13,601 genes of a fruit fly and barely fifty percent more than the roundworm’s 19,098. What a comedown from the pinnacle of the genomic Tree of Life!
Moreover, there was hardly any uniqueness to the human genes. They are comparative to not the presumed 95 percent but to almost 99 percent of the chimpanzees, and 70 percent of the mouse. Human genes, with the same functions, were found to be identical to genes of other vertebrates, as well as invertebrates, plants, fungi, even yeast. The findings not only confirmed that there was one source of DNA for all life on Earth, but also enabled the scientists to trace the evolutionary process how more complex organisms evolved, genetically, from simpler ones, adopting at each stage the genes of a lower life form to create a more complex higher life form culminating with Homo sapiens.
The Head-scratching Discovery
It was here, in tracing the vertical evolutionary record contained in the human and the other analyzed genomes, that the scientists ran into an enigma. The head-scratching discovery by the public consortium, as Science termed it, was that the human genome contains 223 genes that do not have the required predecessors on the genomic evolutionary tree.
How did Man acquire such a bunch of enigmatic genes?
In the evolutionary progression from bacteria to invertebrates (such as the lineages of yeast, worms, flies or mustard weed which have been deciphered) to vertebrates (mice, chimpanzees) and finally modern humans, these 223 genes are completely missing in the invertebrate phase. Therefore, the scientists can explain their presence in the human genome by a rather recent (in evolutionary time scales) probable horizontal transfer from bacteria.
In other words: At a relatively recent time as Evolution goes, modern humans acquired an extra 223 genes not through gradual evolution, not vertically on the Tree of Life, but horizontally, as a sideways insertion of genetic material from bacteria
An Immense Difference
Now, at first glance it would seem that 223 genes is no big deal. In fact, while every single gene makes a great difference to every individual, 223 genes make an immense difference to a species such as ours.
The human genome is made up of about three billion neucleotides (the letters A-C-G-T which stand for the initials of the four nucleic acids that spell out all life on Earth); of them, just a little more than one percent are grouped into functioning genes (each gene consists of thousands of “letters”). The difference between one individual person and another amounts to about one letter in a thousand in the DNA alphabet. The difference between Man and Chimpanzee is less than one percent as genes go; and one percent of 30,000 genes is 300.
So, 223 genes is more than two thirds of the difference between me, you and a chimpanzee!
An analysis of the functions of these genes through the proteins that they spell out, conducted by the Public Consortium team and published in the journal Nature, shows that they include not only proteins involved in important physiological but also psychiatric functions. Moreover, they are responsible for important neurological enzymes that stem only from the mitochondrial portion of the DNA the so-called Eve DNA that humankind inherited only through the mother-line, all the way back to a single Eve. That finding alone raises doubt regarding that the “bacterial insertion” explanation.
A Shaky Theory
How sure are the scientists that such important and complex genes, such an immense human advantage, was obtained by us –rather recently– through the courtesy of infecting bacteria?
It is a jump that does not follow current evolutionary theories, said Steven Scherer, director of mapping of the Human Genome Sequencing Center, Baylor College of Medicine.
We did not identify a strongly preferred bacterial source for the putative horizontally transferred genes, states the report in Nature. The Public Consortium team, conducting a detailed search, found that some 113 genes (out of the 223) are widespread among bacteria though they are entirely absent even in invertebrates. An analysis of the proteins which the enigmatic genes express showed that out of 35 identified, only ten had counterparts in vertebrates (ranging from cows to rodents to fish); 25 of the 35 were unique to humans.
It is not clear whether the transfer was from bacteria to human or from human to bacteria, Science quoted Robert Waterson, co-director of Washington University’s Genome Sequencing Center, as saying.
But if Man gave those genes to bacteria, where did Man acquire those genes to begin with?
The Role of the Anunnaki
Readers of my books must be smiling by now, for they know the answer.
They know that the biblical verses dealing with the fashioning of The Adam are condensed renderings of much much more detailed Sumerian and Akkadian texts, found inscribed on clay tablets, in which the role of the Elohim in Genesis is performed by the Anunnaki Those Who From Heaven to Earth Came.
As detailed in my books, beginning with The 12th Planet (1976) and even more so in Genesis Revisited and The Cosmic Code, the Anunnaki came to Earth some 450,000 years ago from the planet Nibiru a member of our own solar system whose great orbit brings it to our part of the heavens once every 3,600 years. They came here in need of gold, with which to protect their dwindling atmosphere. Exhausted and in need of help in mining the gold, their chief scientist Enki suggested that they use their genetic knowledge to create the needed Primitive Workers. When the other leaders of the Anunnaki asked: How can you create a new being? He answered:
DNA is rendered as Entwined Serpents
DNA is rendered as Entwined Serpents
“The being that we need already exists; all that we have to do is put our mark on it.
The time was some 300,000 years ago.
What he had in mind was to upgrade genetically the existing hominids, who were already on Earth through Evolution, by adding some of the genes of the more advanced Anunnaki. That the Anunnaki, who could already travel in space 450,000 years ago, possessed the genomic science (whose threshold we have now reached) is clear not only from the actual texts but also from numerous depictions in which the double-helix of the DNA is rendered as Entwined Serpents (a symbol still used for medicine and healing).
Ninharsag held him up and shouted: My hands have made it
When, after much trial and error breathtakingly described and recorded in antiquity, a perfect model was attained, Ninharsag held him up and shouted: My hands have made it! An ancient artist depicted the scene on a cylinder seal
When the leaders of the Anunnaki approved the project (as echoed in the biblical Let us fashion the Adam), Enki with the help of Ninharsag, the Chief Medical Officer of the Anunnaki, embarked on a process of genetic engineering, by adding and combining genes of the Anunnaki with those of the already-existing hominids.
And that, I suggest, is how we had come to possess the unique extra genes. It was in the image of the Anunnaki, not of bacteria, that Adam and Eve were fashioned.
A Matter of Extreme Significance
Unless further scientific research can establish, beyond any doubt, that the only possible source of the extra genes are indeed bacteria, and unless it is then also determined that the infection (horizontal transfer) went from bacteria to Man and not from Man to bacteria, the only other available solution will be that offered by the Sumerian texts millennia ago.
Until then, the enigmatic 223 alien genes will remain as an alternative and as a corroboration by modern science of the Anunnaki and their genetic feats on Earth.

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Sunday, June 5, 2011

MUFON Proudly presents Dr. Paul A. LaViolette as a NEW addition and our 12th speaker for the 2011 MUFON Symposium
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    Dr. Paul LaViolette will discuss aerospace propulsion technologies that have been under secret military development for over 60 years. Although he previously had long been interested in UFO's and advanced science his scientific work on gravity control theory actually began in 1985 when he encountered the work of American researcher T. Townsend Brown. That same year he obtained from Wright Patterson Air Force base a declassified copy of the 1956 British think tank report entitled Electrogravitics Systemswhich dramatically changed his perspective on what the military had been up to all those previous years.

    For several years prior, LaViolette had been developing subquantum kinetics, a novel physics theory that not only leads to a dramatic shift in scientific paradigm, but also to a major shift in consciousness and world perspective. With 12 of its previously published predictions having so far been verified, this unified field ether theory has outperformed existing standard theories including general relativity

    One finds that most of what we have long been taught in the classroom and fed through the media about physics, cosmology, aerospace propulsion, and energy generation is ludicrously outmoded and fundamentally incorrect.
    Based on insights provided by his theory, LaViolette will explain the principle behind the electrogravitic field propulsion technologies of Townsend Brown and Jean-Claude Lafforgue which are able to deliver thrusts hundreds of thousands of times greater than that of the Space Shuttle main engine for an equivalent energy expenditure. These technologies routinely and unashamedly violate both the First Law of Thermodynamics and Newton's Third Law. He will explain how this technology allows us to travel to Mars in less than 5 days. He will further discuss how he came to reverse engineer the propulsion system of theB-2 bomber which is an apparent direct application of Brown's electrokinetic thruster technology
He will cover the origin and development of Project Skyvault which developed a technology for levitating large aeroforms on microwave energy beams. He will briefly describe the reverse engineering of this technology and how its principles also provide insights into the function of the Arts Parts fragments said 
to have come from the hull of a crashed UFO.

    LaViolette will discuss how superluminal interstellar spacetravel is a reality and how we already have the technology available to accomplish this using the gravity impulse beam technology developed by professor Evgeny Podkletnov. He will also comment on the existence of a network of radio pulsars which function as a galactic GPS system and are able to serve as a navigation aid to interstellar voyagers. The existence of the pulsar network and its ETI message points to the existence of at least one Galaxy wide ET civilization, or of a federation of such civilizations, that are concerned about our well being and survival of the impending arrival of a Galactic superwave.

About the author

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    Dr. Paul LaViolette has been president of the 
Starburst Foundation since 1984, where he has conducted interdisciplinary research in physics, astronomy, geology, climatology, and psychology. He is also a research fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies of the Giordano Bruno GlobalShift University in Tuscany, Italy. He received a BA 
in physics from Johns Hopkins, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in systems science from Portland State University. He has conducted occupational safety research at Harvard University, and served as a solar energy consultant to the UN, Fourth Report to the Club of Rome, and to the Greek government. He has also consulted Hughes Aircraft headquarters in LA on ways 
to improve company innovation and in 2005 investigated a novel solar desalination technology funded 
by the California Energy Innovation Small Grants Program. 
    In 1993 LaViolette successfully reverse engineered the B-2 bomber's classified propulsion technology and more recently has disclosed and explained the microwave beam technology used to propel vehicles developed in the super secret Skyvault Project. He is the originator of the subquantum kinetics physics paradigm and also discoverer of the galactic superwave phenomenon, the notion that cosmic ray outbursts from the galactic core periodically trigger major shifts in the Earth's climate. In testing this theory he became the first to discover high concentrations of cosmic dust and gold in ice age polar ice. 

    He is author of six books. His most recent, Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion, is still on his publisher's best seller list. Other of his books include Genesis of the Cosmos (One of the boldest and most exciting hypotheses of cosmology to be put forward in this century; E. Laszlo), Subquantum Kinetics (His book in which he discusses his Model G is a masterpiece; J. Huck), Earth Under Fire (One of the most amazing studies of cosmic cataclysmic cycles ever put into print; A. Canales), Decoding the Message of thePulsars (A book well worth reading, it is both thought provoking as well as profound in its implications for what our future may bring; J. McMoneagle); and Galactic Superwaves and their Impact on the Earth (his Ph.D. thesis update).
    Information about his work may be found at the Sphinx Stargate website ( and at the Starburst Foundation website ( 

Saturday, May 28, 2011


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Barbara Lamb M.S., MFT, CHT    The Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) is proud to announce that Barbara Lamb M.S., MFT, CHT,  will be one of eleven
expert speakers featured at the 2011 MUFON Symposium.

     From her 21 years of conducting hypnotic regression work
and counseling with more than 750 people (in over 2000 regressions) who are convinced they have had encounters
with Extraterrestrial Beings, Barbara will discuss her case
studies which involve her clients having human/ET hybrid
children. Illustrated with pictures of hybrid beings.

     She will describe the methods used to achieve hybridization, how long hybridization has been occurring, the reasons given by the ETs for creating hybrid offspring, and the success rate and failure rate in creating hybrids who could live successfully on earth.
She will give examples of ETs genetically modifying human babies in their mothers' wombs, resulting in exceptional children such as Star Kids, Indigo Children, and Crystal Children. She will mention alleged hybrid people who are already living on earth, some
of whom she has met.

     Barbara's emphasis will be on the likelihood or not of hybrids living in large numbers
on earth in the future, and why they would want to live here. She will speculate on the possible benefits and disadvantages of hybrids living among us, if indeed they are
able to accomplish this. She is aiming this presentation at preparing us for becoming participating members in the galactic community of ET beings.

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About the author:

     Barbara Lamb is a licensed Psychotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapist, and Regression Therapist in private practice in Claremont, California. She specializes in Regression Therapy with people who experience encounters with extraterrestrial and with interdimensional beings. Beginning in 1991, she has regressed 750 persons to abductions and visitations by these unusual beings, totaling at least 2000 regressions to these kinds of experiences.
     Trained for several years by the International Association of Regression
Research and Therapies (IARRT), Barbara has subsequently trained other
professional therapists and hypnotherapists in doing this unique work: through IARRT, through The Professional Institute for Regression Therapy (PIRT), and for other professional training groups. She is currently President of The Academy of Clinical
Close Encounter Therapists (ACCET) and is a Board Member of the online Journal
of Abduction-Encounter Research (JAR).
     Barbara has presented numerous lectures on the ET Encounter subject, for many major conferences across the U.S., in Canada, England and Belgium. She has shared this material with many types of groups, and has been interviewed on numerous
television and radio programs and on films. She conducts a monthly support group
for experiencers of ET encounters. She answers hundreds of emails from people worldwide who have these unusual encounters, and makes referrals to regression therapists in their geographical areas.
     Her book ALIEN EXPERIENCES, co-authored by Nadine Lalich, presents 25
Cases of Close Encounters never before revealed, from her files of the hundreds of people she has regressed to ET contacts of various kinds.

     This book and her book CROP CIRCLES REVEALED are each available on her website: WWW.BARBARALAMBMFT.COM and on WWW.AMAZON.COM.


     If this information is important to you, make plans to attend the 2011 MUFON
Symposium at the Hyatt Regency in Irvine, California July 29th through the 31st.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011


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      MUFON is proud to announce that Dr. Ted Loder, Ph.D, will be one of eleven
expert speakers featured at the 2011 MUFON Symposium. Dr. Loder retired in
May 2005 as a Professor Emeritus from the University of New Hampshire, Dept.
of Earth Sciences and the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space.
Dr. Loder is currently Science Advisor to Dr. Stephen Greer's Orion Project to
develop free energy.

ET Contact:
The Implications for Post Contact Advancements in Science and Technology

By Ted Loder

       The implications for scientific and technological advancements after open
contact with advanced ET civilizations are based on an analysis of a combination
of the technologies needed to visit Earth, the willingness of ETs to share knowledge,
and multiple reports by contactees on what they observed and what they were told.

       There is also the problem of the willingness of human groups to share what they
have already learned but have kept suppressed for many decades. These will probably include many of the technologies that ETs have also developed. The five areas of
interest covered will be transportation (including anti-gravity), energy production
(including over unity devices), communication (including both super- luminal devices
and consciousness communication), medical (including cures for human illnesses and resulting life extension), and consciousness (including a better understanding of our spiritual nature).

       In other words, there will be significant changes in many areas of human endeavor once open acknowledged contact has occurred, and there will be no "going back". Ultimately this will be a "very good thing".

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      This promises to be an impactful presentation from a Professor
who attended congressional briefings on advanced energy and propulsion systems in Washington DC, as representative of the
Governor of New Hampshire.

       There he learned about various alternative energy systems and
met a number of top-secret military witnesses who described events
they observed first hand to members of Congress and the Senate.
Dr. Loder also presented an invited paper at AIAA assessing the development of electrogravitic research over the past 50 years and implications of this technology.

     If this information is important to you, make plans to attend the 2011 MUFON
Symposium at the Hyatt Regency in Irvine, California July 29th through the 31st.
Register early and take advantage of MONEY SAVING 2011 Symposium Packages.
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