Expressing Consciousness at these Levels creates measurable ripples in SpaceTime and affects Relative Time, Electromagnetics, Gravity and Evolutions.
We made it.
Started writing this Trilogy in 2013, and it's been one hell of a ride that I'm not getting off anytime soon. I hope this can inspire people to Wake Up, Turn On and consciously live their lives to the fullest.
It contains material from a website which has since been taken down. This included police report files, and audio recording files.
I had downloaded and saved the entire website and the files, in the event that the site would be taken down, and submitted it all to the New Yorker in a zip file.
Since the original files are no longer accessible through their original links (a 404 error message is encountered), I have re uploaded them to my own website and have changed the links in this report accordingly.
The website that was taken down also included the first few chapters of the author’s book, called “Healing Together, A Book About Mind Control”. After reading these chapters, I wanted to learn more, so I emailed the author requesting where I could find the book. He told me it was not yet finished, and opened up about more details relating to mind control.
These emails were also included in this report.
I do not know if the author is still alive, as emails sent are returned saying the address no longer exists. His unfinished book and our email communications are the most important parts of this e-book and report.
The book opens with a discussion of cargo preference-a form of protectionism-in Chile and shows how Latin American merchant fleets expanded under cargo preference. Most countries witnessed a dramatic expansion in their national fleets. In the 1970s, the impact of containers, a new technology, began to be felt. As the book shows, the large capital outlays needed to adopt containers undermined the foundations of Latin American shipping companies, and most of the merchant shipping companies in the region gradually collapsed. The book also examines the non-commercial role of merchant shipping, particularly in international clashes such as the Cuban Revolution.
Not only will corporate management, particularly in marketing, get detailed descriptions of their customers' fraud strategies and tactics, but they will also receive insights into where they are vulnerable and why. Tian and Keep show that fraud has become so socially acceptable among middle class customers that they are willing to share their tactics, strategies, and secrets with their friends. With this as their foundation, the authors give practitioners an arsenal of detection and deterrence methods. Equally important, they provide ways to implement them without alienating their other, blameless customers. They also show marketers what they can do to reestablish trust in their marketing exchanges with customers, and improve relationships in ways that will diminish (if not fully eliminate) the incidence of fraud. For management generally as well as marketers in companies of all sizes and type, Tian's and Keep's book is essential, engrossing, and useful reading.