September 25, 2009 

September 22, 2009
Ellen Brown - The Web of Debt & The Manufactured Financial Crash

September 20, 2009
Nick Pelling - Deciphering of the Mysterious Voynich Manuscript
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EU Plans Massive Surveillance Panopticon That Would Monitor “Abnormal Behavior”
2009 09 22
The European Union is developing a 21st century panopticon, a beast surveillance system that critics describe as “Orwellian,” “sinister,” and “positively chilling,” that would collate data from numerous sources, including surveillance cameras and personal computers, in order to detect “abnormal behavior” across the entire continent.
UK opposition leader backs Klaus on Lisbon Treaty delay
2009 09 25
In a show of support for Czech President Vaclav Klaus's continued refusal to complete ratification of the EU's Lisbon Treaty, the leader of the British Conservative Party has sent Mr Klaus a letter noting that the party intends to hold a referendum on the document if they are elected into government next year. The move, reported on Wednesday (23 September) in ...
Largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure found in U.K.
2009 09 24
An amateur treasure hunter prowling English farmland with a metal detector stumbled upon the largest Anglo-Saxon treasure ever discovered, a massive collection of gold and silver crosses, sword decorations and other items, British archaeologists said Thursday. Terry Herbert at Birmingham Museum, Birmingham, England, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2009, with a some of the 1,500 pieces which made up a Anglo-Saxon hoard found ...
Solar Wind Hits Earth like Fire Hose
2009 09 23
Challenging conventional wisdom, new research finds that the number of sunspots provides an incomplete measure of changes in the sun's impact on Earth over the course of the 11-year solar cycle. The study, led by scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and the University of Michigan, finds that Earth was bombarded last year with high levels of ...
Nicolas Sarkozy and De Villepin at core of Clearstream Trial
2009 09 22
Two men who reached the pinnacle of French politics after a career-long battle stand at the heart of a slander trial opening in Paris on Monday. Nicolas Sarkozy says Dominique de Villepin was involved in a smear campaign known as the Clearstream affair designed to keep Sarkozy from winning France's top job in 2007 elections. It's a faceoff between a ...
Czech Republic 'planning to delay signing Lisbon treaty'
2009 09 21
Czech Republic 'planning to delay signing Lisbon treaty' EU leaders are said to be furious that the Czech Republic is planning to delay signing the Lisbon treaty for up to six months even if the Irish vote "yes" in their referendum next month. The country might even try to delay it until after the British general election campaign when a Tory victory would see the question put to ...
Global Tax, Sarkozy leaning Left - Sarkozy to press for 'Tobin Tax'
2009 09 20
Nicolas Sarkozy will try to rally G20 leaders behind the idea of a Tobin Tax French President Nicolas Sarkozy will urge fellow G20 leaders to introduce a special tax to reduce risky behaviour by banks, the BBC has learned. Mr Sarkozy wants a levy known as a Tobin Tax to be applied to every financial transaction. The move is aimed at cutting ...

Earth & Space

Yes, there were several major global government meetings that happened around the Equinox. Interesting that the sun fired off a C-class flare during the G-20 Pittsburgh meeting.

Mercury will no longer be in retrograde beginning on September 29th! Hopefully, you are feeling a bit lighter and shed some junk.

THX 1138 (1971)

Hmmm, is this "the plan" for the future? See the trailer here
Eighty three years ago today, September 25, 1926, Henry Ford revolutionized the American economy by creating the eight-hour-a-day, five-day work week? In the 1930s, the U.S. and France were among the first countries to legislate a 40-hour week. After World War II, the American shorter work-time movement ground to a halt, while many European nations caught up with and surpassed American standards. While many Americans long for the days when they worked only 40 hours per week, several European countries have recently reduced the standard workweek below 40 hours. SO, we know everyone has the burden of everyday life and it takes so much time, but we must all remember to take time for ourselves so that we may be equipped to better deal with what is happening all around us right now (seen and unseen)! Take a walk, meditate, read, listen to a podcast, research, play some music, cook a yummy meal, enjoy a hot bath, love your partner, or simply zone out and watch your favorite movie...whatever it may be to help you get in your zone. Do it! Don't forget why you came to this planet because it wasn't just to pay bills and taxes, right? Let's get in the zone and remember why we decided to have this experience. We are more than numbers on a screen and more than what it seems.
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