Solar storm heads Earth's way after double sun blasts

Solar storm heads Earth's way after double sun blasts
The Aurora Australis is observed from the International Space Station during a geomagnetic storm on May 29, 2010 (AFP Photo)

Northern lights over Terschelling, Friesland. 27-28 February, 2014

Northern lights delight Dutch in surprise showing in north and east (17 Mar 2015)

Northern lights delight Dutch in surprise showing in north and east (17 Mar 2015)
Still from timelapse film by Schylgefilm

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
"A Summary" – Apr 2, 2011 (Kryon channelled by Lee Carroll) (Subjects: Religion, Shift of Human Consciousness, 2012, Intelligent/Benevolent Design, EU, South America, 5 Currencies, Water Cycle (Heat up, Mini Ice Ace, Oceans, Fish, Earthquakes ..), Middle East, Internet, Israel, Dictators, Palestine, US, Japan (Quake/Tsunami Disasters , People, Society ...), Nuclear Power Revealed, Hydro Power, Geothermal Power, Moon, Financial Institutes (Recession, Realign integrity values ..) , China, North Korea, Global Unity,..... etc.) -

“ … Here is another one. A change in what Human nature will allow for government. "Careful, Kryon, don't talk about politics. You'll get in trouble." I won't get in trouble. I'm going to tell you to watch for leadership that cares about you. "You mean politics is going to change?" It already has. It's beginning. Watch for it. You're going to see a total phase-out of old energy dictatorships eventually. The potential is that you're going to see that before 2013.

They're going to fall over, you know, because the energy of the population will not sustain an old energy leader ..."
"Update on Current Events" – Jul 23, 2011 (Kryon channelled by Lee Carroll) - (Subjects: The Humanization of God, Gaia, Shift of Human Consciousness, 2012, Benevolent Design, Financial Institutes (Recession, System to Change ...), Water Cycle (Heat up, Mini Ice Ace, Oceans, Fish, Earthquakes ..), Nuclear Power Revealed, Geothermal Power, Hydro Power, Drinking Water from Seawater, No need for Oil as Much, Middle East in Peace, Persia/Iran Uprising, Muhammad, Israel, DNA, Two Dictators to fall soon, Africa, China, (Old) Souls, Species to go, Whales to Humans, Global Unity,..... etc.)
(Subjects: Who/What is Kryon ?, Egypt Uprising, Iran/Persia Uprising, Peace in Middle East without Israel actively involved, Muhammad, "Conceptual" Youth Revolution, "Conceptual" Managed Business, Internet, Social Media, News Media, Google, Bankers, Global Unity,..... etc.)

Google: Fijne Koninginnedag 2012 gewenst ! (30 Apr 2012)

Netherlands turns orange for first ever 'King's Day'

Netherlands turns orange for first ever 'King's Day'
Google: Fijne eerste koningsdag ! (26 Apr 2014)
"The Recalibration of Awareness – Apr 20/21, 2012 (Kryon channeled by Lee Carroll) (Subjects: Old Energy, Recalibration Lectures, God / Creator, Religions/Spiritual systems (Catholic Church, Priests/Nun’s, Worship, John Paul Pope, Women in the Church otherwise church will go, Current Pope won’t do it), Middle East, Jews, Governments will change (Internet, Media, Democracies, Dictators, North Korea, Nations voted at once), Integrity (Businesses, Tobacco Companies, Bankers/ Financial Institutes, Pharmaceutical company to collapse), Illuminati (Started in Greece, with Shipping, Financial markets, Stock markets, Pharmaceutical money (fund to build Africa, to develop)), Shift of Human Consciousness, (Old) Souls, Women, Masters to/already come back, Global Unity.... etc.) - (Text version)

… The Shift in Human Nature

You're starting to see integrity change. Awareness recalibrates integrity, and the Human Being who would sit there and take advantage of another Human Being in an old energy would never do it in a new energy. The reason? It will become intuitive, so this is a shift in Human Nature as well, for in the past you have assumed that people take advantage of people first and integrity comes later. That's just ordinary Human nature.

In the past, Human nature expressed within governments worked like this: If you were stronger than the other one, you simply conquered them. If you were strong, it was an invitation to conquer. If you were weak, it was an invitation to be conquered. No one even thought about it. It was the way of things. The bigger you could have your armies, the better they would do when you sent them out to conquer. That's not how you think today. Did you notice?

Any country that thinks this way today will not survive, for humanity has discovered that the world goes far better by putting things together instead of tearing them apart. The new energy puts the weak and strong together in ways that make sense and that have integrity. Take a look at what happened to some of the businesses in this great land (USA). Up to 30 years ago, when you started realizing some of them didn't have integrity, you eliminated them. What happened to the tobacco companies when you realized they were knowingly addicting your children? Today, they still sell their products to less-aware countries, but that will also change.

What did you do a few years ago when you realized that your bankers were actually selling you homes that they knew you couldn't pay for later? They were walking away, smiling greedily, not thinking about the heartbreak that was to follow when a life's dream would be lost. Dear American, you are in a recession. However, this is like when you prune a tree and cut back the branches. When the tree grows back, you've got control and the branches will grow bigger and stronger than they were before, without the greed factor. Then, if you don't like the way it grows back, you'll prune it again! I tell you this because awareness is now in control of big money. It's right before your eyes, what you're doing. But fear often rules. …

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Friday, April 24, 2015

The Netherlands falls three places in happiest countries report, April 24, 2015

The Netherlands has fallen out of the top five in the latest edition of the UN’s ranking of the world’s happiest countries. In 2013, the Netherlands was in fourth place, but has now fallen three places to seventh, and its score has also gone down marginally. 

The Swiss are the happiest people in the world, having taken the top spot from the Danes who fall to third place. Iceland is in second place. The Netherlands has been overtaken in the index by Norway, Canada and Finland. 

The bottom three countries are Togo, Burundi and Syria. 

The research is published by the UN’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network and aims to show that ‘well-being and happiness are critical indicators of a nation’s economic and social development, and should be a key aim of policy’. 

‘A positive outlook during the early stages of life is inherently desirable, but it also lays the foundation for greater happiness during adulthood,’ said LSE professor Richard Layard, who is one of the report’s editors.

‘As we consider the value of happiness in today’s report, we must invest early on in the lives of our children so that they grow to become independent, productive and happy adults, contributing both socially and economically.’ 

Several other reports show Dutch children are among the happiest in the world.

A happy Swiss football fan. Photograph: Daniel Mihailescu/
AFP/Getty Images

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Pathologist who showed MH17 victim photos at lecture is sacked, April 24, 2015

A Dutch forensic pathologist who was helping identify the victims of last July’s MH17 plane crash has been fired from the team after showing photographs of the dead at a public lecture. 

George Maat, who works at Leiden University, showed photographs of some victims during a lecture in Maastricht earlier this month. 

Maat came under fire on Wednesday after RTL television reported on the lecture which had been organised by a medical students’ association. He is also said to have made comments which were outside his field of expertise. 

Justice minister Ard van de Steur told parliament on Thursday evening that relatives were shocked by news of the lecture. Maat has since apologised. About 150 people attended the meeting, which was advertised on Facebook. 

All but two of the 298 people on board the Malaysian Airways plane have now been identified. Van de Steur told parliament he hopes they, both of whom are Dutch, will have been formally named by July 1.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Ministers agree ‘compromise’ on refugees, big cities to offer bed and board, April 22, 2015

Dutch ministers have agreed a compromise deal about how to cope with failed refugees who cannot or are unable to leave the country, RTL news reports on Wednesday.

In essence, the agreement means the five big cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht, The Hague and Eindhoven will be able to offer emergency accommodation for a short period, but that all other cities must stop doing so. 

Refugees who have failed to win formal refugee status will be able to spend a few weeks at the shelters, which will offer basic bed and board, but must then report to a deportation centre to prepare for their return. 

If they refuse, they will be evicted and left on the streets, RTL said. 

Currently, some 25 town and city councils provide bed and board for asylum seekers without papers. 

The deal ends the cabinet crisis over caring for failed asylum seekers. The right-wing VVD Liberals opposed any form of accommodation, saying it would act as a draw for others. Labour said basic shelters should be provided to stop people sleeping rough. 


According to broadcaster Nos, deputy prime minister Lodewijk Asscher and the Liberal’s parliamentary leader Halbe Zijlstra briefed the big city mayors on the compromise deal on Tuesday night. 

They have so far refused to comment because the agreement is not yet official, Nos said. 

The coalition has been discussing what to do about refugees without paperwork for a week, ever since the Council of Europe said the Netherlands had an obligation to provide them with emergency accommodation. 

At the moment, refugees who fail in their applications for asylum are evicted from refugee centres and expected to return home. Thousands have ended up living rough or in emergency accommodation run by churches and other charities. 

One group of around 100 people, many from Somalia and Yemen, have been drifting round Amsterdam for over two years, squatting in empty buildings including a church and a car park.
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Maximum fines for food fraud increased to €810,000

DutchNews.nlApril 22, 2015

The maximum fines which Dutch food safety inspectors can levy on companies caught meddling with food has been increased from €4,500 to €810,000 following a vote in parliament on Tuesday evening.

‘It was absurd that you could be fined €800,000 for sending spam email messages and not for deliberately adding rubbish to food,’ Labour MP Sjoera Dikkers, who sponsored the motion, is quoted by broadcaster Nos as saying after the vote. 

For example, fish processing company Foppen, at the centre of a major salmonella scare last year, was given four fines of just €1,050. 

Ministers wanted to raise the maximum fines to €81,000 but Dikkers said that was not enough to force companies to keep to health and hygiene rules. 

The consumers’ association welcomed the change in the law. ‘Consumers have had to deal with food scandals time after time,’ a spokesman said. ‘This has made the need for higher fines painfully obvious.’ 

Dikkers is also campaigning to have all fines administered by food safety inspectors made public.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

RI Pushes UNSC Non-Permanent Member Candidacy And Palestinian Independence

Jakarta Globe, aacc2015, Apr 21, 2015

AACC2015, Jakarta – The Asian-African Conference Commemoration is not only to build support for Palestinian independence, but also to gain support for Indonesia to be a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in the period of 2019-2020.

According to Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ spokesman Arrmanatha Christiawan Nasir, support requests have been conveyed by the Indonesian Minister of Foreign Affairs Retno Marsudi in various bilateral meetings. “We are confident for our candidacy to be a non-permanent member of the UNSC for 2019-2020. The Indonesian Foreign Minister has conveyed the interest to the countries that she regularly met,” said Mr. Nasir at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC), Monday (4/20).

Meanwhile, the Asian and African countries must preserve the support for the Palestinian independence.  Mr. Nasir admitted to gain the independence for Palestine is not easy, because there is only one Asian and African countries representative who has a veto and sit on the UN Security Council–People’s Republic of China.

Thus, through this Asian-African countries forum, Indonesia hopes the candidacy to be a non-permanent member of the UNSC can be accepted and the Palestinian independence support will be stronger.

He also explained the Asian-African Ministerial Meeting atmosphere is very conducive and friendly. “Many member states are supporting Indonesia’s host.  They believe the Ten Principles of Bandung is still relevant in facing today’s global challenges,” he said.

The participating countries also deliver programs that they have done in the context of South-South Cooperation. They also believed that the cooperation is very significant in supporting the development and facing political, economic, and security problems.

The ministers also discussed the New Asia Africa Strategic Partnership (NAASP) document and the establishment of the Asian-African center in Indonesia. (Photo: Amiriyandi, Translator: Filmon Warouw, Editor: Gusti Andry)

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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Dutch investors’ lobby takes legal action against BP for Deepwater disaster, April 20, 2015,

Photo: US Coastguard
Dutch investors’ lobby group VEB is taking legal action against British energy giant BP for misleading Dutch investors in the wake of the 2010 oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. 

The organisation says the legal action opens up the way to compensation for Dutch investors because of the ‘systematically incorrect, inadequate and misleading pronouncements’ made by BP about its safety and maintenance programmes ahead of the leak. 

In addition, the complaint concerns misleading statements from BP about the size of the leak after it happened, the VEB statement says. 

The leak was caused by a pipeline explosion under BP’s Deepwater Horizon oil platform. Eleven workers died and millions of litres of oil leaked into the gulf.  The misleading statements by BP led the US regulator SEC to fine the company $525m, the third highest fine the organisation has ever levied, the VEB says. 

After the disaster, BP’s share price plunged more than 48%. The VEB says the share price had been kept artificially high because of misleading statements about the company’s safety programme. 

BP is facing legal action from other BP shareholders in Canada and the US. Investors who did not buy their shares in BP via a US institution have been ruled out of the American class action suit, hence the VEB’s campaign.

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Dutch agree new tax deal with Malawi, aim to stop tax avoidance, April 20, 2015

Photo: Dutch foreign ministry
The Netherlands is hoping to stop multinationals using agreements with the Dutch tax office to avoid paying tax in developing countries by signing 23 new treaties with African states, the Volkskrant says on Monday.

The treaties will allow African countries to make claims against companies which try to shift profits via the Netherlands for tax purposes or which only have a letterbox company in the country. 

The first treaty was signed with Malawi on Sunday. ‘It is extremely important that the initiative remains with the developing country,’ aid minister Lilianne Ploumen is quoted as saying. 

Malawi tore up a tax treaty with the Netherlands in 2013 because it was being used to avoid taxation, the Volkskrant says. 

Ploumen said the Dutch government does not recognise claims that the Netherlands is a tax haven but said the country was well-placed to take concrete steps in the absence of a global approach.

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TV presenter steps down after ABN Amro snot nose slur,  April 20, 2015

The presenter of television current affairs show Brandpunt has stepped down following a conflict of interest dispute. 

Fons de Poel, who does work on the side for ABN Amro, was criticised for calling one of the bank’s critics a ‘snot nose’ (brat) in a recent broadcast. 

The critic, GroenLinks parliamentarian Jesse Klaver, had been highly critical of the bank’s remuneration policy. De Poel made the throwaway comment at the end of last week’s programme.

‘The comment has understandably led to an enormous misunderstanding and is completely at odds with the way we like to relate to people,’ De Poel said in a statement on Monday. 

Broadcaster KRO-NCRV said in a reaction it was well aware of De Poel’s other work and had absolutely no doubt about his integrity. De Poel will now concentrate on a documentary series. 

According to the NRC, the broadcaster is currently working on a code of conduct for all its journalist presenters.

Video: drone flight over the Dutch tulip fields, April 20, 2015

Now is the perfect time to go tulip spotting in the Dutch bulb fields. But if you can’t face the crowds at the Keukenhof or if you would rather be an armchair viewer, here’s a short video impression, shot by drone. 

Monday, April 20, 2015

Fury as 700 feared dead in 'avoidable' Med shipwreck

Yahoo – AFP, Angus MacKinnon, 19 April 2015

In this video grab released by the Italian Coast Guard on April 19, 2015, a 
helicopter and a ship take part in a rescue operation off the coast of Sicily
following a shiprwreck last night (AFP Photo)

Rome (AFP) - More than 700 people are feared to have drowned after an overcrowded boat smuggling them to Europe capsized off Libya, officials said Sunday, prompting demands for the European Union to react to the Mediterranean's deadliest migrant disaster to date.

Italy's coastguard, which was coordinating the search for survivors and bodies, said only 28 people had survived a wreck that triggered fresh calls from Pope Francis and others for European leaders to act over what many saw as an avoidable tragedy.

The UN refuguee agency (UNHCR) said survivors' testimonies suggested there had been around 700 people on board the 20-metre (70-foot) fishing boat when it keeled over in darkness overnight, officials said.

A boat transporting migrants arrives in 
the port of Messina after a rescue
 operation on April 18, 2015 in Sicily
(AFP Photo/Giovanni Isolino)
"It seems we are looking at the worst massacre ever seen in the Mediterranean," UNHCR spokeswoman Carlotta Sami said.

A Bangladeshi survivor who was helicoptered to hospital in Sicily put the numbers on board at 950 and said 200 women and children and nearly 50 children had been among them, according to prosecutors in the city of Catania.

As Italy demanded an emergency summit of European Union leaders, the bloc's foreign ministers tabled talks on the issue for Monday. Anger among NGOs was underlined by Amnesty International, which described the disaster as a predictable "man-made tragedy".

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A boat transporting migrants arrives in the port of Messina after a rescue operation on April 18, 20 …
Coastal authorities in Italy and Malta picked up a distress signal from the stricken vessel around midnight (2200 GMT) on Saturday, when it was still in Libyan waters.

The Italian coastguard instructed a nearby merchant ship to provide assistance and it was when the Portuguese-registered King Jacob arrived at the scene that the fishing boat capsized, most likely as a result of the terrified passengers stampeding to one side in their desperation to get off, the UNHCR's Sami said.

Italian, Maltese and merchant boats scoured the area for survivors but only 24 bodies were recovered. They were due to arrive in Malta on Monday morning while survivors are being taken to Sicily.

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said the coastguard would seek to salvage the boat and ensure any corpses recovered from it were given a decent funeral.

EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, a former Italian foreign minister, called the disaster a stain on the EU's conscience.

A boat transporting migrants arrives in
 the port of Messina after a rescue
 operation on April 18, 2015 in Sicily
(AFP Photo/Giovanni Isolino)
"We have said too many times 'never again'. Now is time for the European Union as such to tackle these tragedies without delay."

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres, added: "This disaster confirms how urgent it is to restore a robust rescue-at-sea operation and establish credible legal avenues to reach Europe. Otherwise people seeking safety will continue to perish at sea."

Worst tragedy yet

The disaster was the latest in a growing catalogue of mass drownings of migrants attempting to reach Europe on overcrowded, unseaworthy boats run by people smugglers who are able to operate out of Libya with impunity because of the chaos engulfing the north African state.

The deadliest incident prior to Sunday occurred off Malta in September 2014. An estimated 500 migrants drowned in a shipwreck caused by traffickers deliberately ramming the boat in an attempt to force the people on board onto another, smaller vessel.

View galleryMigrants sit in a boat during a rescue operation off …
Migrants sit in a boat during a rescue operation off the coast of Sicily in 2014 (AFP Photo/-)
In October 2013, more than 360 Africans perished when the tiny boat they were crammed onto caught fire within sight of the coast of Lampedusa.

That tragedy was described at the time as a wake-up call to the world but 18 months later there is no sign of a let-up in the numbers attempting the perilous crossing in search of a better life in Europe.

The latest disaster comes after a week in which two other migrant shipwrecks left an estimated 450 people dead.

If the worst fears about Sunday's tragedy are confirmed, it will take the death toll since the start of 2015 to more than 1,600.

Migrants sit in a boat during a rescue operation off the coast of Sicily
in 2014 (AFP Photo)

More than 11,000 other would-be immigrants have been rescued since the middle of last week and current trends suggest last year's total of 170,000 migrants landing in Italy is likely to be exceeded in 2015.

Avoidable deaths?

Pope Francis urged EU leaders to "act decisively and quickly to stop these tragedies from recurring".

Amnesty's John Dalhuisen called Sunday's accident a "man-made tragedy of appalling proportions."

"These latest deaths at sea come as a shock, but not a surprise."

Amnesty is among NGOs calling for the restoration of an Italian navy search-and-rescue operation known as Mare Nostrum which was suspended at the end of last year.

Italy scaled back the mission after failing to persuade its European partners to help meet its operating costs of nine million euros ($9.7 million) a month amid divisions over whether the mission was unintentionally encouraging migrants to attempt the crossing.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Amsterdam university chief quits over student protests, April 19, 2015

The student protests at the University of Amsterdam have led to the resignation of management board chairwoman Louise Gunning. 

Gunning, who was appointed in 2012, has been under fire for her handling of the dispute, particularly her decision to end the occupation of the university administration centre by sending in riot police. 

The student unrest began mid-February when a group of students occupied part of the humanities facility in the city centre in protest at the lack of democracy at the university and spending cuts. 

That building was cleared by riot police 11 days later. The following day, a group of students moved into the Maagdenhuis admin centre and called for the board’s resignation. 

Gunning eventually agreed that one student could have a place on the management board but that did not go far enough for the protestors, who remained in the building until that too was cleared by riot police on April 11. 

The decision to send in the police was widely criticized by university staff, with several hundred signing an open letter calling for the board’s resignation. On Friday, the student council and the university works council also called for change at the top. 

In a short statement, Gunning said she hoped her departure would allow the supervisory board to put together a new management team. This should be a ‘management board which is able to bring calm back to the University of Amsterdam and lead its modernisation,’ Gunning said.

Dutch farmers grow barley for the Scottish whisky industry, April 18, 2015

Some 30 Dutch farmers in the northern provinces of Groningen and Friesland have turned over some of their land to grow barley for the Scottish whisky industry, broadcaster Nos reports. 

The worldwide growth in whisky consumption has forced Scottish distilleries to look for alternative sources of barley and the clay soil in the north of the country is ideal for growing the crop. 

Now a group of farmers in the Netherlands have agreed to grow barley for the Scots – under the supervision of Agrifirm, a cooperative which specialises in growing grain. 

Some 30 farmers have signed up for the project. Malting barley for whisky generates 10% more in income than barley for the beer industry. 

Ate Bijlsma, a farmer in the Frisian village of Firdgum, says he welcomes the challenge. ‘We have to be innovative,’ he told Nos. ‘At the moment, there is no added value in it for us, but perhaps there will be, if the Scots are enthusiastic about our growing methods and our product.’ 

In total, the Dutch farmers have sown 300 hectares of barley for the whisky industry and the first crop will be ready to harvest in August. ‘Then it really will look like fields of gold here,’ Bijlsma said.

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Crisis cabinet talks over failed asylum seekers resume, April 17, 2015

Crisis cabinet talks on how to deal with failed asylum seekers resumed on Friday afternoon in the prime minister’s offices. 

Earlier this week, the human rights organisation Council of Europe said the Netherlands did have a duty to provide bed and board to people who have failed to win refugee status, in line with the provisions of the European social charter. 

However, the ruling did not state what the Netherlands should do to solve the situation and noted that the charter raises complex issues and is limited in scope. 

The Labour party wants to formalise basic, emergency accommodation for failed asylum seekers while the VVD Liberals say this will only attract more people to try to claim refugee status. 

The Netherlands currently evicts people who have lost their claim from refugee centres and expects them to return home. It is unclear how many undocumented immigrants – including rejected asylum seekers – are still in the Netherlands and Dutch media estimates range from 100,000 to at least 10,000. 

Around one in two applications for refugee status is successful. 


In Belgium, the situation is similar to the Netherlands. Failed asylum seekers are given bed and board for 30 days and are then expected to leave the country, broadcaster Nos reports

In Germany, it is a criminal offence to help illegal immigrants, apart from in an emergency, but in some regions children can still attend schools.

In Britain, social organisations and churches organise shelter for people who have been refused asylum. Those who cannot return home can claim a pass entitling them to 35 pounds sterling of groceries a week.

Friday, April 17, 2015

Psychiatrists want action on over-prescribing of Ritalin for ADHD children, April 16, 2015

Youth psychiatrists in the Netherlands have called on the government to stop so many children being prescribed Ritalin and other similar drugs to control their behaviour. 

The psychiatrists’ association NVvP says the drug is often being prescribed by family doctors and psychiatrists who are not experts in the field and who don’t carry out enough research into the needs of the children. 

Prescriptions for the drug have quadrupled in recent years, according to a report by the Dutch health council last year. 

That report found almost 4.5% of Dutch children aged four to 18 are taking methylphenidate, the active ingredient in Ritalin, but many of them do not benefit and may not actually have ADHD. 


The use of Ritalin is not without risk, and 10% of users experience problems with insomnia and headaches, the psychiatrists point out. 

Ritalin, they says, should only be used in severe cases and after other potential causes of hyperactivity and lack of concentration have been ruled out. 

‘Concentration problems can be the result of depression,’ the NVvP’s chairman Robert Vermeiren told the NRC. ‘And the over-sensitivity of an abused child can be confused with the impulsiveness of hyperactivity. Ritalin is not then the solution.’

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"... Question Three: Is there life on other planets?

... I will tell you, as long as you stay in 3D, you'll still be getting in little metal cans and air suits and going to planets. As soon as you begin the quantum age, however, you will simply wish yourself there, because you will be entangled with everything and can go with intent. If you don't believe this now, you will later, for what I give you is true. It may be lifetimes and lifetimes from now, but the group that is before me is the group that is going to come back over and over. The difference is that you're done coming back in an old energy. This is a new energy.

When you come back, dear one, everything you know will be in your DNA and be on top [available]. You're not going to have to go through what you did before. As soon as you decide to look around and open the door [metaphor for free choice to awaken], everything you've learned this time around will be right there.

This is the attribute of what you would call "a child of new consciousness," which you have labeled with a color - indigo. The child remembers who they are. They are conceptual, and you believe they have to be taught from scratch! Hardly! They remember! Do you understand what is taking place? We told you this last time, but we want to review something with you: The animal on the prairie drops its calf and within hours, the calf is up, running with the herd. Did you know that the calf instantly knows who its enemies are, what water to drink that doesn't smell right, and what berries to eat that are not poison? Where did that come from? How did that infant animal know these things? The answer is that this information was biologically inherited. You call it instinct. But when you have a Human baby - nothing! It doesn't know anything but that it's hungry. It requires 20 years of teaching! Aren't you tired of that? Did you ever think about why the animals have so much knowledge to begin with and you have so little? Does that seem correct for the top of the evolutionary ladder? It's time for that to change.

You're starting to see it, even with the indigos. They come in knowing. That's why they're so impatient. You're trying to teach them things they already know instinctively. Just like the calf on the prairie, they come in knowing. Some of them try to teach you. That doesn't always go well. That was question three...."

“.. What do you think the Human brain can really do? What do you think it's built to do? Let me give you an example of what your society has come to accept as an "unbalanced person." Some of you think it's a "sick person." Let me talk about the autistic one. Let us talk about autism in what you call the most severe case.

Blessed is the autistic one who has come to this earth to show you what future Human evolvement looks like! They spend a lifetime trying to figure out linearity and it frustrates them. Blessed is the savant who the earth looks at and calls unbalanced. For the Humans who do this cannot see what they don't understand. The autistic one is able to get up off the paper and be in color! Many of the autistic ones can do what your calculators can do on your desks, did you know that? And they don't need a calculator! Give them a problem - two digits multiplied by three digits. Now watch how fast they give you the answer. Because they're not linear! Ask them what weekday the 13th of August will be in 2012, and they'll tell you, and they don't need a calendar. You might say, "What kind of a mind can do that?" I'll tell you - a nonlinear one without the walls in the brain that you have.

Have you ever thought about that? The autistic have a nonlinear mind. The barriers are dropped. Can you imagine the frustration of this Human? Here he is in a world of black and white while he is in color. Not only that, you want him to go in a straight line when he is used to all directions at once. This also explains why the only energies that will work to calm him are interdimensional ones - music, art, and love. Does this start to make sense to you? (see below)

What is taking place, dear ones, for all to know and see and understand, is that very, very slowly you have the linearity of the Human brain starting to be reduced. Unlike the autistic, it will be in ways that will still be balanced and make sense. In other words, you will be able to move in and out of quantum thought any time you wish in order to live in a linear, 3D existence, but have quantum consciousness. It will be a return to a form of consciousness that Lemurians had, but with the wisdom of the ages that you have collected. This will not be fast, but the forerunners of that are already here.

I'm going to give you some attributes of Human evolution in a moment, but let's return to the autistic ones. Many reading this are very concerned about autism. You wish to know why there are so many autistics being born. You say it's beyond coincidence that there are suddenly so many! There's more autistic children being born today than there ever have been on this planet. Humans are scurrying around wanting to know what's wrong. Is it the chemistry of the food? Perhaps it must be vaccinations! Some are saying, without any proof, "Yes, that's it - vaccinations must be it." You are grasping at almost anything to solve the puzzle of why so many autistics are arriving.

Yet very few Humans, if any, have looked at the puzzle and said, "Perhaps we're evolving, and this is the first wave of what we're going to see?" Not mentally unbalanced, but nonlinear thinking! This is, indeed, the case. You are seeing a form of evolution and you are calling it odd and unusual. It's simply those who are coming in early with activated quantum DNA. This early forerunner has DNA activated in an uncontrolled way, and so learning is needed to know how to make sense of it all. This is what they are doing, and each generation of savant will have a better time of it, figuring out what is linear and what is not.

Watch the autistic child go through what they must do (autism in its most severe form). They are so nonlinear that there is incredible frustration in trying to linearize even the Human voice as you speak to them. They will do the same actions over and over and over, trying to linearize the nonlinear. The linear walls are gone in their brain, and they have to learn to build the ones that they need. Humans then see them as a problem, and it's not a problem. It's a form of gifted children who are helping this planet to grow. Blessed are those who come into Earth as the new wave of consciousness to show you where it's going. They are setting the stage for a new kind of Human. For this quantumness will develop in a balanced way where many will have the autistic talents where they want them, and the linear when they want that. That's what the Human mind is capable of - being quantum when they wish to be. That's a return to the way it was given to you. 

Let me tell you something that's nonlinear in your life. We have said this so seldom. You're given two quantum things as a Human Being, two things that pass between the other side of the veil and this side of the veil that are absolutely quantum, not linear. They have structure, but they are not linear. Perhaps you haven't even thought about them? I'll tell you what they are - art and music. There is no limit to the number of notes that you can hear at the same time, which your brain can listen to and put together. There's no limit to the number of symphony orchestra players that can come together in harmony on one stage. The more you add, the better it gets! Try that with lecturers [smile]. Did you ever think about that? There's no limit to the number of colors that you can comprehend and resolve in certain patterns. They are beautiful and have communications within them all. Music touches your heart. Now you know why. It's interdimensional. It's quantum. It was designed to do that. Now, apply that same scenario to communication and you'll see where you're going. This is Human evolvement. It's beginning on this planet. It will go slow, but that's what's going on. .. ‘’

Thursday, April 16, 2015

France stands by choice of gay Vatican envoy

Yahoo – AFP, Katell Prigent, 15 April 2015

Laurent Stefanini at the Elysee palace in Paris on April 10, 2015
(AFP Photo/Alain Jocard)

Paris (AFP) - France said Wednesday it stood by its choice to send a gay diplomat to the Vatican despite three months of silence from the Holy See over the appointment.

Paris has had no news on whether Laurent Stefanini, an openly gay Catholic, has been accepted to serve as its ambassador to the papal state.

However despite the lengthy delay -- seen as indicative of a rejection -- French government spokesman Stephane Le Foll said Paris was not changing its nomination.

"France has chosen its ambassador to the Vatican. This choice was Stefanini and that remains the French proposal," the spokesman said.

"Negotiations are under way. Every ambassador must be approved when they are nominated... we are awaiting the response from the Vatican."

While the Vatican usually declares it has accepted a candidate around a month after an appointment is made, it makes no public statements at all if the answer is no.

The French cabinet approved the appointment of the 55-year-old Stefanini on January 5 but has not yet received a reply.

"A delay of three months like this is not normal," a source in Rome told AFP last week.

If there is a refusal, "the Vatican doesn't reply, doesn't offer an explanation and it's up to the country concerned to interpret this lack of a reply."

The radio silence has prompted much speculation in French and Italian media over reasons the Vatican may have to snub Stefanini -- who already served in the Holy See as number two in the French embassy from 2001 to 2005.

Italy's La Stampa daily's Vatican Insider blog said Stefanini's position on gay marriage -- not his sexual orientation -- may be the problem in getting the Vatican's green light.

Gay marriage has been legal in France since 2013, despite the Catholic Church's opposition.

Stefanini was described by the foreign ministry as "one of our best diplomats".

In 2007, France proposed openly gay diplomat Jean-Loup Kuhn-Delforge to be its ambassador at the Vatican. Paris never received a reply, and it eventually put forward another nominee.

But unlike Kuhn-Delforge, Stefanini is single and is very discreet about his personal life. Italian daily Il Messagero described him as "a practising Catholic, very cultivated, of absolute discretion".

Pope Francis has been credited with bringing a more pragmatic approach to the Church's view on homosexuality, with previously unheard-of papal comments such as "Who I am to judge?" about gays.

Francis' papacy -- he is the first Jesuit pope and the first from South America -- has marked a series of breaks with Vatican tradition.

However his views on issues the Church deems sinful -- including divorce -- have irked conservatives who have tried to put the brakes on his reform drive.

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