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Dec 22nd Rob Simone Hosts Coast to Coast AM – The Past Lives of Children

Rob Simone is joined by reincarnation and past life expert, Dr. Jim Tucker, who’ll discuss a number of extraordinary children who have memories of past lives, and the persuasive evidence in these cases.

For the last fifty years, doctors at the University of Virginia have investigated cases of young children who report memories of previous lives. Dr. Ian Stevenson, the founder of this work, published numerous scholarly articles and books about cases from all over the world. After working with Dr. Stevenson for several years, Dr. Jim Tucker took over the project when Dr. Stevenson retired in 2002. With Life Before Life, he presented an overview of the research. Now, after focusing recently on American cases, he presents a remarkable new collection, Return to Life: Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past Lives.


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Dr. Jim Tucker Biography:

Dr. Jim Tucker, M.D., is a board-certified child psychiatrist and directs research into children’s reports of past-life memories at the University of Virginia, Division of Personality Studies. He attended the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA degree in psychology in 1982, followed by a Medical Degree four years later. He then received training in general psychiatry and child psychiatry at the University of Virginia, and began a successful private practice in psychiatry.

Five years later, he came across a newspaper ad stating that the Division of Personality Studies was beginning a new study of near-death experiences. In 1999, he began working half-time at the division, focusing on the children’s cases, and a year later, gave up his private practice completely to work at the university. He has now published a number of articles in scientific journals, and he has also spoken before both scientific and general audiences and made several television appearances. Dr. Tucker is Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Medicine at the University of Virginia Health System, and in addition to conducting research, he serves as medical director of the Child & Family Psychiatry Clinic.

MUST SEE! Classified government forecast shows Fukushima contamination spreading in Pacific over 5 years

MUST SEE! Classified government forecast shows Fukushima contamination spreading in Pacific over 5 years

As if this was not bad enough, Japan Reacts to Fukushima Crisis By Banning Journalism.

Japan will likely pass a new anti-whistleblowing law in an attempt to silence criticism of Tepco and the government:

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s government is planning a state secrets act that critics say could curtail public access to information on a wide range of issues, including tensions with China and the Fukushima nuclear crisis.

The new law would dramatically expand the definition of official secrets and journalists convicted under it could be jailed for up to five years.


The media had essentially stopped covering the nuclear meltdown in Fukushima up until a few weeks ago. Reports began surfacing about the current situation that has unraveled since the accident in 2011. There is a radioactive plume as a direct result of the power plant leaking particles into the Pacific Ocean. The plume is so immense that it will actually reach the coast of the U.S. as early as 2014.

As of August 2013, the severity rating was raised to Level 3 on an international scale of radio-logical releases by the Nuclear Regulation Authority. The spokesman of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) stated “300 tons of highly radioactive water has leaked from a stainless steel tank on the territory of the Fukushima nuclear power plant.”

While checking a tank which has a capacity to hold 1,000 tons of radioactive water, the workers noted that there was only 700 tons inside. Even worse news is that TEPCO did not equip that tank with a water gauge which means that there was no way to accurately ascertain the amount of water inside nor the time period to which the leak started. – (Japan Times)

200,000 people consent to go to Mars and never return…

More than 200,000 people from 140 countries have applied to go to Mars and never return, the group behind an ambitious venture to colonize the inhospitable red planet said Monday.

mission to mars

Bas Lansdorp, a Dutch engineer and entrepreneur, plans to establish a permanent base on Mars in a mission he hopes will take off in 2022 if he can find the necessary $6 billion.

One in four of the 202,586 applicants for the one-way trip are Americans, said Mars One, the non-profit group which initiated its hunt for “would-be Mars settlers” in April.

There are also hopefuls from India (10 percent), China (six percent) and Brazil (five percent), among other countries, it said.

By 2015, Mars One expects put up to 10 four-member teams through intensive training, with the first of those teams reaching to Mars in 2023 on a high-risk journey that would take seven months to complete.

If they survive the trip, the human Martians will have to deal with minus 55 degrees C (minus 67 F) temperatures in a desert-like atmosphere that consists mainly of carbon dioxide.

They’ll also have to consent to being observed back on Earth full-time as stars of a reality TV show that would help cover expenses.

The project has the support of Gerard ‘t Hooft, the Dutch joint winner of the Nobel prize for physics in 1999.

“The long term aim is to have a lasting colony,” said ‘t Hooft in New York in April. “This expansion will not be easy. How soon that will be accomplished is anyone’s guess.”

Space agencies including NASA have expressed skepticism about the viability of Lansdorp’s plan, saying the technology to establish a human colony on Mars does not exist.

Dutch engineer and entrepreneur, Bas Lansdorp

Dutch engineer and entrepreneur, Bas Lansdorp

Mars One says on its website that the mission is a decade-long endeavor, with funding intended to come from the global audience of an interactive, televised broadcast of every aspect of the mission.

So far, there have only been unmanned missions to Mars undertaken by NASA, which has signaled its intent to send astronauts there within 20 years.


Massive geoengineering project dumped 200,000 pounds of iron sulphate in Pacific Ocean

The largest bio-engineering project in history, is it a huge mistake?

A First Nations village, Russ George and a private US company deposited nearly 100 tonnes of iron sulphate into the Pacific Ocean to aid in artificial plankton growth. By a process called ocean fertilization, the experiment is designed to increase the numbers of phytoplankton off the coastline.


Phytoplankton uses carbon dioxide to grow and produces oxygen as a by-product. It needs sunlight and nutrients to grow, when it dies, the carbon dioxide in its cells sinks to the bottom of the ocean.

Phytoplankton needs iron to grow, yet it is not always available in sufficient quantities. The iron sulphate dumped in the ocean is thought to cause a large Phytoplankton population, soaking up more carbon dioxide, and removing it from the air.

Geoengineering is the deliberate and large-scale intervention in the Earth’s climatic system with the aim of reducing global warming. The term geo-engineering or climate engineering is a bracket-term for two categories of technologies- carbon dioxide removal and solar radiation management.

The long-term effects of these projects are unknown and could cause entire eco-systems to change or collapse. The effect of even one species of bird or insect dying off could be devastating and cause a chain reaction that would lead to an environmental disaster.

Who is to blame?









The operation was executed by Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation, under the direction of businessman Russ George. It was done in secret, without scientific peer review or process, and without international collaboration. It could have global ecological consequences.

It is yet another example of a quick-fix, of the symptom not the cause of

Are chem-trails part of these experiments? …read related posts

Cool! Another Earth Discovered…NASA’s Kepler space telescope finds more Earth-like planets

Slowly but surely closing in on an answer to a fundamental question — how common are Earth-like planets orbiting sun-like stars? — NASA’s Kepler space telescope has discovered the smallest worlds yet found orbiting in or near the habitable zones of two distant suns, researchers announced Thursday.


While all three planets are larger than Earth, they are the closest analogues yet found orbiting in the region around their parent stars where water could exist as a liquid, a critical necessity for the evolution of life as it is currently understood.

“We are on the verge of the discovery of so many very exciting planets that, in turn, will tell us so much more about how rocky planets work, how they can be diverse and we will then learn something as well for our own Earth,” Lisa Kaltenegger a researcher with the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, told reporters.


In a statement, John Grunsfeld, NASA’s associate administrator for space science, said “the discovery of these rocky planets in the habitable zone brings us a bit closer to finding a place like home.”

“It is only a matter of time before we know if the galaxy is home to a multitude of planets like Earth, or if we are a rarity,” he said.

The hunt for exoplanets is one of the hottest fields of astronomical research with international teams using ground-based telescopes and spacecraft to search for the subtle dimming of a star’s light or the slight wobble that occurs as unseen planets swing around in their orbits.

Launched in 2009, the Kepler space telescope is equipped with a 95-megapixel camera that that continually monitors the light from more than 150,000 stars in a patch of sky in the constellation Lyra.

Planets passing in front of targeted stars cause a very slight, periodic dimming. By timing repeated cycles, computer analysis can ferret out new worlds, including potential Earth-like planets orbiting in a star’s habitable zone where water can exist as a liquid.

Prior to Thursday’s announcement, NASA’s Exoplanet Archive listed 844 confirmed planets orbiting 658 stars, including 128 solar systems hosting multiple planets. The Kepler spacecraft had discovered 115 confirmed planets and 2,740 planet candidates requiring additional observation and analysis.

Up to this point, Kepler had found just two planets in the habitable zones of their parent stars and both of them were considerably larger than Earth.

But the spacecraft’s latest discoveries include seven confirmed planets in two solar systems, including the smallest worlds yet found in a star’s habitable zone.

A star known as Kepler-62 hosts five known planets, including two that orbit in the habitable zone, while a star known as Kepler-69 hosts at least two worlds, including one on the inner edge of its habitable region.

Kepler-62, at a distance of 1,200 light years from Earth, is roughly two-thirds the size of the sun and only one-fifth as luminous. Two of its five planets — Kepler-62e and Kepler-62f — are so-called super-Earths with a radius of 1.6 and 1.4 times that of Earth respectively.

Kepler-62e orbits its sun every 122 days while Kepler-62f, just 40 percent larger than Earth, completes a year every 267 days.

“This appears to be the best example our team has found yet of Earth-like planets in the habitable zone of a Sun-like star,” said Alan Boss, a Kepler researcher at the Carnegie Institution and a leading theorist in planetary evolution.

A star known as Kepler-69, located some 2,700 light years away, is 93 percent the size of the sun and 80 percent as luminous. It hosts two confirmed planets, Kepler-69c and Kepler-69b.

The former is 70 percent larger than Earth, but it orbits near the inner edge of the habitable zone, much like Venus in Earth’s solar system, taking 242 days to complete a year. This is the smallest planet yet found in the habitable zone of a sun-like star.

Kepler-69b is more than twice as large as Earth and orbits so close to its sun that it completes a year every 13 days.

Source: CBS News

Must See! Another Shiny Object Spotted on Mars – Curiosity Feb, 6

There are yet more mysteries to solve on the surface of Mars.

Curiosity has been sending high-res images since landing inside the Red Planet’s huge Gale Crater in August 2012.

Curiosity’s primary mission is to determine if the Gale Crater area has ever been capable of supporting microbial life.

There have been a few pictures that seem to hint at a larger discovery yet to be revealed…



These next series of images stood out to me as I panned through them, an almost faint symbol seemed to be noticeable. When asked for comment, JPL referred me to the website for updates and announcements.






Rob Simone Appears on the new Hit TV Show “Unsealed” The Conspiracy Files

Rob will appear on “Unsealed” on Jan. 27th 11pm Nation-wide.

On April 8, 2011 the FBI unveiled the Vault, declassifying decades of top secret government documents for the first time.

These documents cover topics that have plagued conspiracy theorists for the past decades. The files also contain thousands of reports of UFO sightings and alien activity. The Alien Files and The Conspiracy Files will uncover the truth of these secret documents and offer a first hand look on the mysteries of the universe.

Look for future episodes where Rob talks about his new cryptozoology cases in South America and the Europe!

Unsealed TV Show

Unsealed Files will launch in the Fall. Check your local listings.
About the Show: Conspiracy Files

Unsealed: Conspiracy Files shines a light on dozens of mysterious, previously top secret case files released by the government in April, 2011 as a result of the Freedom of Information Act. Each week, Unsealed: Conspiracy Files will investigate one compelling conspiracy theory by opening these and other sensitive, confidential files.

Based on the new information discovered, the show re-examines faulty assumptions, searches for inconsistencies, and explores new leads. The show taps a team of experts, which has harnessed the burgeoning power of new technologies to take their research farther then ever anticipated.

Unsealed: Conspiracy Files … welcome to the world of Conspiracy.

Zero Dark Thirty – Exposing the CIA’s Inner Secrets – a Film Review by Rob Simone

Zero Dark Thirty – Exposing the CIA’s inner Secrets – a Film Review by Rob Simone

I recently saw a screening of Kathryn Bigelow’s new film Zero Dark 30,
it chronicles the CIA’s efforts to track down Osama bin Laden in the wake of the 9/11 tragedies.

The movie starts with an audio montage of the emergency calls from 9/11. The screen is black and only the audio is heard. I think Catherine Bigelow did this because she did not want people to see the same news footage that we have been watching over the course of the decade. I think she wanted people to internalize 9/11 and relate to it in their own way.


From that point on we see we the painstaking efforts of the CIA through torture, bribery and high-tech surveillance to track down Osama bin Laden’s courier, Abu Ahmad al Kuwaiti.
While the events leading up to and carrying out the assassination of Osama bin Laden are known, the behind the scenes political espionage and tactical operation of the mission is not.

The film shows in great detail the torturing of many Al Qaeda suspects. Including water boarding, sleep deprivation and much more. The Central Intelligence Agency objected to the film, stating that there are many inaccuracies. But it seems to me, that is something they would have to do, because if they left this film unchallenged, it would be a quiet acknowledgment of the films accuracy.

I think what the CIA most objects to is how accurately they used psychology as a weapon.

This has been something that is a cornerstone of the CIA…using assets, gathering information and manipulating people all over the world to suit their immediate and long-term needs.

At one point the Young CIA agent responsible for tracking down bin Laden, known only as Maya, played by Jessica Chastain, is sitting across the table from Leon Panetta, Secretary of Defense. Mr. Panetta asked her if she knew why she was recruited to the CIA right out of high school. Maya replied “I don’t think I’m allowed to say…” This is a strange answer considering the director would’ve had a much higher clearance than she would.

What could be the possible reasons that she would be unable to disclose the reasons why she was recruited at such a young age? (or why the film could not)

It could be that she came from the CIA family, whose brothers or parents worked in sensitive positions. It could also be alluding to some far-reaching CIA program that has its tentacles woven within the academic system all across United States. This system could be tracking identifying traits and characteristics of adolescents and teenagers that suit particular positions within the agency.

The objections of the CIA to the film’s detailed depiction of their torture techniques and eavesdropping technology could be because it was too accurate.

A DVD quality copy is already on the Internet, on free streaming and downloading websites. This could have been done by the agency as a penalty measure for their disapproval of the film’s accuracy…?

All in all this film shows that foreign diplomacy, defense, intelligence gathering is a messy dirty murderous job and people don’t like to think of that reality. Everyone likes sausages they just don’t like to see how it’s made, and in this case the sausage is America’s continued dominance, surveillance, agenda of our foreign economic and strategic interests and the quote “war on terror.”
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Cure for Cancer Discovered? DCA, Cheap Cure, Pharmaceutical Companies Block It (Video)

As there is NO profit in the New Cure, Big Pharma wont spend the money (100 Million) to get this drug through to the market.

How does DCA work, briefly?

The Michelakis team reports that DCA turns on the mitochondria of cancer cells, allowing them to commit cellular suicide, or apoptosis.

Cancer cells shut down the mitochondria, which is the part of the cell that is involved in metabolism and, incidentally, initiates the cell suicide.

A non-cancerous cell will initiate apoptosis when it detects damage within itself that it cannot repair. But a cancer cell resists the suicide process. That is why chemotherapy and radiation treatments do not work very well and actually result in terrible side effects… the healthy cells actually die much easier.

Michelakis and his team discovered that they could re-activate the mitochondria of cancer cells. Not only that, the DCA is very effective in doing it: To quote from the Michelakis paper: “The decrease in [Ca2+]i occurs within 5 min and is sustained after 48 hr of DCA exposure.” The mitochondria are so sensitive to DCA that just 5 minutes of exposure reactivates them for 48 hours.

Dichloroacetic acid, often abbreviated DCA, is the chemical compound with formula CHCl2COOH. It is an acid, an analogue of acetic acid, in which two of the three hydrogen atoms of the methyl group have been replaced by chlorine atoms. The salts and esters of dichloroacetic acid are called dichloroacetates. Salts of DCA have been studied as potential drugs because they inhibit the enzyme pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase.

Preliminary studies have shown DCA can slow the growth of certain tumors in animal studies.

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The Rob Simone Talk Show Podcast: The Hopi Elders Speak Part 1

The Hopi Elders Speak! For the first time in a thousand years, the Hopi Elders are speaking out on a Critical Issue that threatens the FUTURE of the Hopi People… and maybe the world – Don’t Miss This Show

Around the world there are ‘people of the earth’ who still respect the natural world who are working to protect her and honor the energies of all life.

Stop privatization of water, the right to life. Stop corporate ownership of water, the right to life. We need to respect and protect our water, rivers, lakes and ground waters for future generations.

Now is the time for change to protect one of the worlds most valuable elements, water, an element that all life on earth needs to survive.

Being caretakers of the elements for thousands of years the Indigenous people understand that water is not a commodity to be bought, sold, polluted and destroyed for monetary gain.

Water is to be respected and honored as one of the elements of life itself.

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