Child slave digging for Coltan
A boy of ten chiseling for Coltan.
The black’gold’ that circuit boards cannot run without. That’s your phone..your computer…etc.
You can’t see this in the photos, but there are armed guerrilla forces surrounding these kids. Africa, the quietest and horribly abused victim of the world.
Please research for more information about this than I have provided.
Originally posted on Blade And Chalice:
Lately, the third dimension has been constricting and I feel like I want to shed my skin so I can move around more freely. Especially during the summer, as the heat and humidity make my very skin feel like I’m wearing a coat.
In other words, the vibrations got more dense. I believe we are at a point when we can shed our coats again. It seems everyone is feeling constricted these days but there is confusion about what to do, exactly. In the post Computer Blue, I suggested we ‘loosen up our buttons’. I still think we should do that, but I also think we should ‘lighten up’ a bit, too! And on Merovee, Frank is saying we should ‘unzip’! Goodness! Is that all we think about?! Sex?!
Because that is what it is all about. Don’t worry. I’m not going to tell you some freaky story…
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Originally posted on Occult History of the Third Reich:
The name of the society literally means “ancestral heritage”, and it was originally devoted to scientific researches concerning the anthropological and cultural history of the German race. Their headquarters was at Wewelsburg castle.
Their initial aim was to prove Nazi theories of racial superiority through historical, anthropological, and archaeological research.
Many of their interests extended beyond science into occultism.
This led to Nazi scientists traveling around the world in search ofAtlantisand theHoly Grail, and some believe that the Ahnenerbe sought “portals” to God.
Growing out of the Ahnenerbe-SS, the Thule Gesellschaft and the general Nazi interest in the occult, was Karotechia (see below) – a secret organization in Nazi Germany dedicated to the research and…
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