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?Marines storm #CIA HQ


merahza (51) in marines

There are reports now circulating that a special forces group of 2200 marines have landed and invaded the CIA Headquarters.

Marines Landed at CIA Headquarters?

Conservative radio hosts Hal Turner and April Lajune are reporting that a Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) landed at Langley on Saturday. (1)

Said Turner:

“According to persons who reside near Langley, a large contingent of Marines arrived at CIA Headquarters in tilt-rotor aircraft and when the Marines deplaned, they were armed and moved quickly into CIA Headquarters!

“Those witnesses also say that a significant number of tilt-rotor aircraft can be clearly seen on the grounds of CIA Headquarters, parked on the grass around the building.

The truth of these stories about troops landing at the CIA has not been confirmed, and of course the Mainstream Media would be the last to report even if this’ true.

The back story is that there is a plan by the leftist to oust trump with a coup d’état.

Russia-China Plan For Incoming Nuke Strikes Over “Credible Evidence” Coup D’etat Will Topple Trump

A gravely worded Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Putin has ordered Russian military forces to immediately join with China’s Ministry of National Defense (MNoD) in preparing for “accidental and/or provocative nuclear ballistic missile strikes” after the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) presented “credible evidence” to the Security Council (SC) showing that President Donald Trump may soon be toppled from power by an internal coup d’etat.

Here is Benjamin Fulford’s this week’s report:

The purge of the Satanic Khazarian cabal that turned the West evil is accelerating at an undeniable pace. Most importantly, Pentagon sources confirm multiple Internet reports that Marines stormed the CIA headquarters this past weekend. One of the aims was to shut down Operation Mockingbird, the CIA group that turned the mass media, as well as Google, Facebook, etc. into mass mind-control propaganda, say NSA sources.

So far its still… all quiet on the western (MSM/WH) front.


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Change With Some Loose Change


merahza (51) in change

Change!

You hear this daily. Either a parent telling it to his/her child, or some confused guy mumbling to himself to change. Nothing changed of course… and we’ve seen that many times.

What’s going on?

What’s the problem…nobody knows the word or what?

No, I think everyone knows the word. In any language for that matter.

What most don’t know is – What it is to change

More seriously, many don’t know that they don’t know.

Making it more complexed, people who ask others to change do not provide the solution, and they don’t know how either!

That’s the big picture out there.

That word sounds just like the tinklings of some lose change in the pocket for most people.

People lack the data, which I always say is the magic to all things, without which nothing materializes.

Primo – Change will take its course when something/anything stops working. To continue, a change needs to happen either in the way to make it work again, or else change (replace) it with something else.

This form of change is straightforward as it’s visible and ‘tangible’, hence its only a matter of choice in the method.

Secundo – This’ more challenging to the point of backbreaking as its about human traits. Smoking, alcoholism, ill-temperament, procrastination, compulsive gambling, drug addiction and so on.

The biggest challenge here is the acknowledgement from the Self itself. Denial is the main obstacle. Don’t we know it.

Change is a verb, hence initiation is the trigger point. Once initiated the process starts. One thing for sure it can’t be forced upon for it to be of any meaning at all. So all the telling doesn’t work. Initiation is within not without. Something we all need to recognize.

Its a freewill choice.

Most people do not operate in world-class environments. If this is new for you, no sweat.

When a change is initiated, start small. If you want lasting change, you need to do things differently.

The way to achieve massive success is to create an environment that ‘forces’ you to be successful.

“To get different results, you’re going to have to do things differently.” – Darren Hardy

To have something you never had, you have to do something you’ve never done.

I’m no philosopher, psychologist, psychoanalyst, doctor, motivator or any of that mental stuff science.

It took many years to build your habits; it’s going to take a long time to learn how to let them go.

I am a master of change with a degree from UHK (the university of hard knocks).

Its one bloody tough and expensive course let me tell you.

Don’t enroll if you can’t afford it.

I’m proud to say that it was worth every penny and with some loose change left in my hand.

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Why Hackers And Governments Steal Your Private Data?


merahza (51) in bigdata

Data Is Eveything!

Without Data there is no creation…there is NO thing!

No computers, no programs and applications….not even YOU!

The latest hype in science is Gene-Editing Technology. This’ very telling about the Simulation Hypothesis

We’ll leave that for now… for another topic another time.

We’ll focus on DATA:

Data is at the core of Artificial Intelligence (and that’s YOU!) , BIG DATA at that!

Therefore, it is VERY IMPORTANT you keep your (private) DATA safe!

You lock your house doors, windows and the front gates…do the same for your private data and you will thank yourself for that!

In the world of Duality (polarity), everything works both ways like a double-edge knife.

Data creates Data destroys!

He who controls data controls everything!

Lately, in Malaysia the telco breach millions of telephone users’ data got their way into the hands of hackers

The worrying part is that the government IT watchdog MCMC blocked the website sayakenahack.com, which exposed the data robbery, instead of going after the data thieves.

Weird?

Any questions?

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Don’t Be In-Human


merahza (51) in inhuman 

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Do you see the problem?

If you can’t, chances are you’re a real solid-flesh and blood-human. You feel proud of being human. That’s what you think anyway.

That’s the problem.

Let me tell you this – You are not human.

You are human be-ing.

Whoever and whatever you are is in a human vessel, therefore you’re literally in-human

Going by the dictionary’s definition you’re a SAVAGE

You are the cause of misery on Earth.

You are shouting your throat dry for peace on Earth?

Don’t be that body YOU ARE IN.

Be the Self that you are

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The Quantum Entangled Mind


merahza 51 in quantum

When you ask someone, “What’s on your mind?”, is it the same as asking, “What are you thinking?” ?

Without thinking most would probably answer a yes. The question now, “Is the brain the mind as well?”. Apparently not, not according to philosophers, scientists and researchers.The brain has always been thought of as like a processor in the computer. The mind is quite something else. Its linked to thoughts and the consciousness. Conceivably, the conscious mind is the enquirer, posing the problem and the brain processes and dishes out the answer/solution.

Researches on what’s going on in our heads have been going on since the days of the great “thinkers” Heraclitus, Socrates, and Plato right to this day.

It seems like nothing is going on in our heads. Yes, the brain is there of course and no one is arguing about that, but the more we start to think about them, the more perplex it becomes.

I gathered below some related articles and reports in the hope that one topic could reconcile with another to paint a clearer picture of what is and not. There are three separate topics:

  1. Brain
  2. Mind
  3. Consciousness

With Quantum Computing making its appearance soon, its also a good idea to tie it into our heads.

Your brain is not a computer

No matter how hard they try, brain scientists and cognitive psychologists will never find a copy of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the brain – or copies of words, pictures, grammatical rules or any other kinds of environmental stimuli. The human brain isn’t really empty, of course. But it does not contain most of the things people think it does – not even simple things such as ‘memories’

Our shoddy thinking about the brain has deep historical roots, but the invention of computers in the 1940s got us especially confused. For more than half a century now, psychologists, linguists, neuroscientists and other experts on human behaviour have been asserting that the human brain works like a computer.

… computers really do operate on symbolic representations of the world. They really store and retrieve. They really process. They really have physical memories. They really are guided in everything they do, without exception, by algorithms.

Humans, on the other hand, do not – never did, never will. Given this reality, why do so many scientists talk about our mental life as if we were computers? Read more

A new theory of consciousness: the mind exists as a field connected to the brain

Today, philosophers and scientists are involved in rigorous research on consciousness and now, at the confluence quantum physics and neuroscience, a theory emerges of a mental field we each have, existing in another dimension and behaving in some ways like a black hole, reports Tara MacIsaac at Epoch Times

What is consciousness?

What is the connection between the brain and the mind? Where is the mind located?

Dr. Dirk K.F. Meijer, a professor at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands published an article in the September 2017 edition of NeuroQuantology that reviews and expands upon the current theories of consciousness that arise from the meeting of neuroscience and quantum physics.

He writes: “Our brain is not a ‘stand alone’ information processing organ: it acts as a central part of our integral nervous system with recurrent information exchange with the entire organism and the cosmos. In this study, the brain is conceived to be embedded in a holographic structured field that interacts with resonant sensitive structures in the various cell types in our body.”

Essentially, Meijer hypothesizes that our consciousness exists in a field surrounding the brain. This field is in another dimension. It shares information with the brain through quantum entanglement, among other methods. And it has certain similarities with a black hole.

A new theory based on quantum entanglement says your mind exists in another dimension

Australian philosopher and cognitive scientist David Chalmers once phrased the question: “how can something immaterial like subjective experience and self-consciousness arise from a material brain?”

Chalmers and countless philosophers and scientists throughout the ages have battled with this question to end all questions, and still we don’t have a clear answer.

Principles of quantum physics may explain how the mind processes information

…our consciousness could be sharing information with the brain through quantum entanglement.

Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which particles appear to be connected over vast distances. When actions are performed on one of the particles, corresponding changes are observed on the other simultaneously. This would allow for rapid processes like the fast exchange of information between consciousness and the brain — rapid processes which can’t be explained with classical physics.

Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing

John Preskill, the Richard P. Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics, is himself deeply entangled in the quantum world. Different rules apply there, and objects that obey them are now being made in our world, as he explains at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, 2013, in Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium.

So what’s “entanglement?”

It’s the correlations between the parts of a system. Suppose you have a 100-page book with print on every page. If you read 10 pages, you’ll know 10 percent of the contents. And if you read another 10 pages, you’ll learn another 10 percent. But in a highly entangled quantum book, if you read the pages one at a time—or even 10 at a time—you’ll learn almost nothing. The information isn’t written on the pages. It’s stored in the correlations among the pages, so you have to somehow read all of them at once.

There’s another important difference: If Alice and Bob both read this morning’s New York Times, they will have perfectly correlated information. And if Charlie comes along and reads the same paper later on, he will be just as strongly correlated with Alice as Alice is with Bob, and Bob will be just as correlated with Charlie as he is with Alice. But if Alice reads her quantum newspaper and Bob reads his, they will learn almost nothing until they get together and share their information. Now, when Charlie comes along, Alice and Bob have already used up all their ability to be entangled, and he’s completely left out. Entanglement is monogamous—if Alice and Bob are as entangled as they can be, neither of them can entangle with Charlie at all. So if Alice wants to be entangled with both Bob and Charlie, there’s a limit to how entangled she can be with either one. They have to work out some sort of compromise.

What Is Quantum Computing?

The Power of Quantum Computers

When you enter the world of atomic and subatomic particles, things begin to behave in unexpected ways. In fact, these particles can exist in more than one state at a time. It’s this ability (quantum entanglement) that quantum computers take advantage of.

Instead of bits, which conventional computers use, a quantum computer uses quantum bits—known as qubits. To illustrate the difference, imagine a sphere. A bit can be at either of the two poles of the sphere, but a qubit can exist at any point on the sphere. So, this means that a computer using qubits can store an enormous amount of information and uses less energy doing so than a classical computer. By entering into this quantum area of computing where the traditional laws of physics no longer apply, we will be able to create processors that are significantly faster (a million or more times) than the ones we use today.

To sum it all up, the keyword is “Quantum”. I think quantum computingwill solve and provide the answers to our questions about what’s really in our heads and what’s going on therein. The quantum entanglement theory will in the end reveal who we humans really are and finally prove the Simulation Hypothesis is a fact and as Elon Musk said that its a billion to one chance that we’re not in the Matrix.

In the end there’s really nothing or anything going on in the head after all as we thought, as the quantum mind with consciousness may well be operating from somewhere else, in another dimension if you like.

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#Facebook and #Google Are Actually ‘Net States.’ And They Rule the World


Alexis Wichowski | Wired
Like nation-states, they’re a wildly diverse bunch. Some are the equivalent to global superpowers: the Googles, the Facebooks, the Twitters. Others are mere gatherings of pranksters, like Lulzsec (whose sole purpose for action is “for the lulz”—the laughs). Others still are paramilitary operations, such as GhostSec, an invite-only cyberarmy specifically created to target ISIS.

“We reject: kings, presidents, and voting. We believe in: rough consensus and running code.” So declared MIT professor David D. Clark in 1992. Twenty-five years later, this sentiment mirrors the global zeitgeist more than ever. The American public distrusts government in record numbers. Other nation-states disdain the US to world-historical degrees. A non-nation-state, Facebook, just topped 2 billion users—more than a quarter of the world’s population, surpassing even China’s population by almost 40 percent. In short, nation-states are not the only game in town anymore.

It is time to name this new landscape. The world is no longer dominated by nation-states alone. We have moved into a non-state, net-state era.

Why “net-states”? Because the world is no longer neatly divided into states (countries like the US, France, and India) and non-states (terrorist organizations like ISIS and al Qaeda). Ever since Barbara Ehrenreich’s 2011 article “Coming to a Theater Near You: War Without Humans” described the “emergence of a new kind of enemy, so-called non-state actors,” the term transformed into a fancy way of saying “bad guy.” Now we need new language to describe the non-state, non-bad-guys. I propose “net-states.”

Net-states are digital non-state actors, without the violence. Like nation-states, they’re a wildly diverse bunch. Some are the equivalent to global superpowers: the Googles, the Facebooks, the Twitters. Others are mere gatherings of pranksters, like Lulzsec (whose sole purpose for action is “for the lulz”—the laughs). Others still are paramilitary operations, such as GhostSec, an invite-only cyberarmy specifically created to target ISIS. There are also hacktivist collectives like Anonymous and Wikileaks.

Regardless of their differences in size and raison d’etre, net-states of all stripes share three key qualities: They exist largely online, enjoy international devotees, and advance belief-driven agendas that they pursue separate from, and at times, above, the law.

Take Google, for instance. In 2013, the company launched an anti-censorship initiative called Project Shield, a sort of online safe haven for news sites censored by their national governments. Democratic countries like the US may laud such efforts, but in countries where Project Shield has been deployed across Asia and Africa—where free speech is not necessarily protected—those governments would be well within their rights to see Google’s actions as both disruptive and illegal. While Project Shield may be branded a business practice that generates good PR for the company, it also embodies Google’s fundamental doctrine to bring about positive change in the world. As co-founder Sergey Brin put it in a 2014 interview, “the societal goal is our primary goal.”

Anonymous—the hackers and pranksters most famous for the Operation Chanology protest movement against Scientology—occupies a very different role from Google among net-states. It’s not a business; it’s not even an official, card-carrying membership organization.

But Anonymous, too, dabbles in actions traditionally in the domain of government. For instance, after the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015, Anonymous disabled between 5,500 and 20,000 ISIS-backed Twitter accounts within 48 hours. Governments have their own official channels to shut down terrorist social media accounts too, but doing so legally at such a large scale likely generates a tad more paperwork than can be processed in just two days.

It’s worth pausing for a moment to consider the point of all this. With deaths by terrorism steadily rising each year, does placing a new name on our already extant world order do anything to actually make us safer?

I argue that it does, because nation-states need a wake-up call: The world needs net-states in order to defeat the non-states. We’re not beating them on our own. To win information-era wars, countries need to recognize the power of the net-states, not as an ancillary locale of assembly in the cyberspace, but as critical entities wielding the kind of power and influence necessary to go toe-to-toe with non-state actors.

The world needs net-states, because they occupy the same territory as the non-states: the digital sphere. As such, they understand their norms and tactics far more than a land-war, Cold-War era strategist ever could. Major General Michael K. Nagata, commander of American special operations forces in the Middle East, circled this idea back in 2014, in a leaked confidential conversation about ISIS. He said, “We do not understand the movement, and until we do, we are not going to defeat it. We have not defeated the idea. We do not even understand the idea.”

Failure to understand the idea is part of why the US continues to be stuck in the war on terror. And the US is indeed stuck: Secretary of defense James Mattis confirmedthat in June, saying in a briefing to Congress, “We are not winning in Afghanistan,” His commanders have classified the 16 years of war a “stalemate.” And without the net-states, the war will likely continue to be one.

The US airstrikes acolytes by the thousands as if they were Old World beasts they can hunt to extinction. But deploying traditional military tactics in battles of belief are the equivalent of setting bear traps for ghosts: They’re not going to work. They’re not relying on the wrong weapons; they’re relying on the wrong worldview. And even purportedly innovative tactics, like government-generated counter-terrorism messaging, while logical in theory, relies on the same outdated perspective (see “Think Again Turn Away,” the State Department’s failed attempt at targeting ISIS Twitter accounts with direct rebuttals). It’s like hearing your parents tell you that drugs are bad. What we need are the cool kids to say it. We need the net-states to say it.

So, nation-states, adapt. And don’t just acknowledge net-states; work with them. Incorporate information-era savvy alongside military campaigns. The risk of not doing so is to lose the faith of the people. Worse, failure to adapt to the information age unwittingly nudges the population ever closer to “reject kings and voting”, to instead embrace “rough consensus and running code.” In other words, forget the anointed powers—put your faith in the general approval of the people and whoever’s actually getting things done. Honestly, when faced with the question of who gets the will of the people today, how many of us would really say “the United States” over “Google”?

In sum, the US can’t keep just shooting terrorists; ideas are the gun in this knife fight. And the keepers of ideas – the places people turn to set them free and watch them spread – are the net-states; not the nation-states. Nation-states ignore our non-state, net-state world order at all our peril.

 

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If you believe you still don’t know


merahza 51 in belief 

Believing is not the same as knowing.

You’ve been programmed to the extent you can’t tell what is and what is not.

Even what is referred to as the truth, which in itself is highly subjective, correspond according to the individual’s beliefs, is not fact-based in most if not all the time.

Look at religion. Its a belief system, based on concoctions compiled and laid out in “holy scriptures” and referencing to fake histories (his stories). I dare say it as I’ve done a substantial thorough study-research on this subject.

I will leave that as a statement, and not dwell into it as even talking in that manner is enough to invoke the wraths of devotees (believers).

The education system is not helping either. It is dumbing us down

Why do I say, “Believing is not knowing”?

Here’s an example:

If I asked you, “Do you think breaking a knee-cap is painful?” You’d in all probability answer, “Yes, of course!” And, if I ask, “Have you ever broken one?” If your answer is, “No!” I will continue with the question, “How would you know?” You will have no other way to answer it other than with a “I believe so”

There you have:

  1. Half-truth
  2. A belief
  3. A thing unknown

I say, “I don’t believe. I know it is painful because I have broken a knee-cap.”

Here I have:

  1. The Truth
  2. Factual
  3. Knowing

Where do we go from here?

Do we find a need to change this human scenario?

Well, its up to you.

I’d say, we really need to because if we don’t we’re living our lives dangerously in harm’s way.

Why do I say that?

Here’s why:

Imagine someone asking you for directions. If you’re not sure and you give him/her a guessed direction, you have misled that person. Even worse you’d have done harm if anything untoward should befall that person simply by him/her having landed in the wrong place! You have done a double jeopardy – mislead and harm.

How do we correct this human scenario?

Data, information and knowledge is vital for every human activity, without which the human’s intelligence does not work. The artificial intelligence(AI), which the world is currently raving about is data based, fed and filled with BIG Data! No data no AI!

Data is not all usable, or valid. We need to challenge our limiting beliefs, do the cleaning and clearing exercise to restore it with valid and factual data. Reading with discernment helps with the house-keeping of our database.

Knowledge is the compass moving us in the correct direction. Data (information) keep us in form, in formation, and in equilibrium to navigate in the Matrix.

Reading provides the point-of-reference (POR) and the basis for your values and principles.

Without it, your stance is baseless, holding onto just hearsays, guesses, and conjectures.

It leaves you pointless and mislead.

Be that as it may, what is more alarming, you may mislead and harm others.

We surely do not want that for others and ourselves.


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