Friday, June 26, 2009

Changing/Shifting the Currency from the US Dollar and Reason to Attack Iran

"They" want use to spend money... Through watching the media... Not save, and even going to China to get them spending... China and Chinese are well known to save rather then spend...

I've been saying this A LOT!!!!!
Iraq changed from the USD to Euro in tradings esp oil
And now Iran has changed to the Euro... Now "they" shift to Iran...

Check this insightful documentary about the US Dollar currency...

Ron Paul- Republican Congressman for the State of Texas, he has been an outspoken critic of American foreign and monetary policy.
Puppet Governments in Pakistan and Afghanistan attacks of the US

The Young Turks

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Misstress Barbara the best Female Dj

I was lucky to have watched Misstress Barbara when she came to Malaysia during the, SPeedZoneTour KL MOTO GP 2006, and she was insane and still is... She stole my heart that night... I love you!!!

Misstress Barbara was born Italian, and a Canadian electronica disc jockey. She moved from Sicily to Montreal, Quebec at the age of eight, and has resided in the city ever since. ~wikipedia~

Visit Misstress Barbara's Home Page

Hit it Dj!!!

This is a wicked ass track!!!


Live at Montreal- Pink Electronik

Blast this up!!!

This is her new mixes

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Effects of Television

Terence McKenna talks about TV

Alex Jones with Alan Watt
Mind Control and Television Brainwashing (10-10-08)

Alex Jones - Brainwashing and Propaganda on TV - Part 1

Alex Jones - Brainwashing and Propaganda on TV - Part 2

Alex Jones - Brainwashing and Propaganda on TV - Part 3

Mass Mind Control Through Network Television

TV Mind Control

TV Mind Control! NWO Slave Control WAKE UP!

Esoteric Agenda - Illusion and Reality - Part 1 of 2

Esoteric Agenda - Illusion and Reality - Part 2 of 2

What is Illusion and Reality?

Brainwashing and Toxins

Monday, June 15, 2009

Effects of watching Television to the Mind

TV Effects to the persons MIND

TV Subliminal Message - David Icke

From the movie Network:
Network is a 1976 satirical film about a fictional television network, Union Broadcasting System (UBS), and its struggle with poor ratings. It was written by Paddy Chayefsky and directed by Sidney Lumet, and stars Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Peter Finch and Robert Duvall and features Wesley Addy, Ned Beatty and Beatrice Straight. The film won four Academy Awards, including Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress and Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen.

A great explanation of the tube... not youtube, but the TV land... Internet makes you search what you want... While many feed off the Television.

Who is Barack Hussein Obama, Biography of Conspiracy and Deception

Watch and listen to this eye opening documentary and facts of the current president of the United Stated "Barack Hussein Obama".

The New World Order and globalization of the world, controlling us and breaking our spirit. Ever thinking of new ways to control our minds and lie to us, through deceases, religion, colour, and etc. You can see so many signs of them mocking us and laugh at us, with their movies, news, magazines and etc...

Be free and liberate yourself and those around you... Resist and fight them back with humanity, knowledge, and love.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie and Conspiracy before the bigger Virus breakout "Mexican Flu"

Please watch this video "Part One" to build up your idea on what is going on...
They want to blame others and control the world with FEAR! Could it all be an engineered Virus?????

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 1 of 6

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 2 of 6

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 3 of 6

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 4 of 6

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 5 of 6
A call to the "White House" from Part Five to Six

Swine Flu, H1N1Lie Lie - Part 6 of 6

Mexican Flu Outbreak 2009:
SPECIAL REPORT by Dr Leonard Horowitz

Friday, June 12, 2009

What happen in, China, Tiananmen Square 1989?

"Tank man" blocks a column of tanks heading east on Beijing's Chang'an Boulevard (Avenue of Eternal Peace) near Tiananmen Square during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. This photo was taken from the sixth floor of the Beijing Hotel, about half a mile away, through a 400mm lens.

This photo was taken on June 5, 1989, by Jeff Widener (The Associated Press).

Is is Genocide, Murder, or all Lies, you decide...
Why silence the people, why not have a debate or listen to what these people had to say...
Is that so hard??? Is it wrong to question???

All these young adults wanted, was for the government to listen to them... To have a session to convey their thoughts to the guys running their country...
Yet in the end, they faced the firing squad, soldiers armed to kill, to clear Tiananmen Square...

Inside China- June 4th Tiananmen Square Massacre Part 1 of 2

Inside China- June 4th Tiananmen Square Massacre Part 2 of 2

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Where to travel? Why not Seychelles


Seychelles- Jah Bless Crew "Music Video"

This goes out to my Brother Mervyn Vel whose out there in Seychelles... Love the Island of Seychelles. Our paths crossed in Malaysia during our college dayz... Hope your doing well, do take care and see you soon....

Hey and please send me some of the local artists and title from place...
Merry Merv, Cheers

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Cactus Drug/Herb; San Pedro

A Collective Experience, the San Pedro can last up to 14 hours

Cooking and preparing San Pedro. Do watch the whole series and read more about this either in books or through online material. For more info go to

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 1

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 2

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 3

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 4

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 5

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 6

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 7

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 8

Cooking and preparing San Pedro Cactus Part 9

How they prepare and boil the cactus, San Pedro?
The person in the video didn't go through it due to choice... So please don't try this without a supervision of an expert or a Shaman

The Following article below is written
by Richard Rudgley,
Source From: Mescaline

The San Pedro cactus is the name given to psychoactive species of the genus Trichocereus (T. pachanoi, T. peruvianus) which comprises about thirty species, mainly found in the Andes. It is a large columnar cactus that grows up to heights of twenty feet and it contains mescaline, as does the well-known peyote cactus. The San Pedro cactus has also been found to have other psychoactive alkaloids. The mescaline seems to be most highly concentrated in the skin, which can be peeled, dried and made into a powder for consumption.

The usual native preparation of the cactus involves boiling slices of the stem for a number of hours and then, once cooled, the resulting liquid is drunk. Sometimes the San Pedro is used in conjunction with other psychoactive plants, such as coca, tobacco, Brugmansia and Anadenanthera. The hallucinogenic properties of its traditional use, including aguacolla, cardo, cuchuma, gigantón, hermoso, huando and, of course, San Pedro.

Like many other of the entheogenic substances used in the aboriginal religions of the Americas, the use of the hallucinogenic San Pedro cactus is ancient and its use has been a continuous tradition in Peru for over 3,000 years. The earliest depiction of the cactus is a carving which shows a mythological being holding the San Pedro. It belongs to the Chavín culture (c. 1400-400 BC) and was found in an old temple at Chavín de Huantar in the northern highlands of Peru, and dates about 1300 BC. A particularly surprising discovery was made by a Peruvian archaeologist named Rosa Fung in a pile of ancient refuse at the Chavín site of Las Aldas near Casma; namely what seem to be remnants of cigars made from the cactus. Artistic renderings of it also appear on later Chavín artefacts such as textiles and pottery (ranging from about 700-500 BC). The San Pedro is also a decorative motif of later Peruvian ceramic traditions, such as the Salinar style (c. 400-200 BC), the Nasca urns (c. 100 BC-AD 700). It has also been proposed that a recurrent snail motif in Moche art represents a mescaline-soaked snail which has partaken of the San Pedro. If this is the case then the snail may be added to the list of animals having psychoactive properties.
Not surprisingly, considering their general contempt for native life and particularly the use of psychoactive plants, European missionaries were very negative when reporting the use of the San Pedro. Yet a Spanish missionary, cited by Christian Rätsch, grudgingly admitted the cactus' medicinal value in the midst of a tirade reviling it:
it is a plant with whose aid the devil is able to strengthen the Indians in their idolatry; those who drink its juice lose their senses and are as if dead; they are almost carried away by the drink and dream a thousand unusual things and believe that they are true. The juice is good against burning of the kidneys and, in small amounts, is also good against high fever, hepatitis, and burning in the bladder.
An account of the cactus by a shaman is in radical contrast to this rather contemptuous view:
the drug first ... produces ... drowsiness or a dreamy state and a feeling of lethargy ... a slight dizziness ... then a great 'vision', a clearing of all the faculties ... it produces a light numbness in the body and afterward a tranquillity. And then comes detachment, a type of visual force ... inclusive of all the senses ... including the sixth sense, the telepathic sense of transmitting oneself across time and matter ... like a kind of removal of one's thought to a distant dimension.
The entheogenic status of the cactus remains as strong today as it always was. Not only do its uses in shamanic trances and healing sessions continue but it is also used to combat more recent problems such as alcoholism. The peyote cactus used widely by the North American Indians is also considered a medicine against alcoholism and this parallel is all the more striking as both cacti contain mescaline.

Please visit: Mescaline to view The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Substances "by Richard Rudgley"