Behind the Scenes with Celeste 10-19-2019

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Weather and Space Weather

Due to geocentric alignment with the earth, sun, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Uranus watch for an uptick in seismic activity between October 25th to October 31st. 

Extreme snow stopped plants and animals breeding in parts of Greenland

New research suggests global ice age changed the face of the planet

Brace yourself, we are about to get buffeted by solar winds and geomagnetic storms-details under Heavenlies.

Solar Wind Data

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One can hardly take the concerns below about lab-created spreading to your community seriously when they relocate Plum Islan Bioweapon facility to Kansas, the heart of cattle and agriculture in the United States.  These are from the Homeland Security Newswire.

Man-made epidemics
The Risk of Lab-Created Pandemic Pathogens

In 2017, considerable new data became available, which calls for a new estimation of the risk of release into the community of lab-created potential pandemic pathogens. In a new study, one expert writes that these are “the most worrisome potential pandemic pathogens because a highly transmissible strain released from a lab into the community could seed a pandemic with substantial worldwide fatalities.”  Read more

The article below is completely Bravo Sierra.  You will never know how much money has been spent on bioweaponry because much of it is classified.  We do know enough that since WWII, experimentation as surged with scientists exploiting and modifying pathogens and designing new, never been seen, pathogens.

Bioweapon Threat Didn’t End in Cold War, Experts Warn House

Picking apart flaws in the government’s system of monitoring for bioweapons, a panel of scientists warned House lawmakers Thursday that America is grossly unprepared for a bioterrorist attack. Asha George, executive director of the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense, noted that U.S. funding for bioweapons protection has been on the decline since the end of the Cold War — this in spite of the relative ease by which terrorist groups can weaponize biological agents or, even more easily, get their hands on materials that have already been weaponized by the former Soviet Union.  Read more

Typically, they keep the numbers quiet.  I would say that this estimate is considered a low ball-par.

DHS leader says 22 million illegals in the U.S., double of previous estimates


There has been a massive movement underway to portray two groups of people as Homegrown Exremeist Terrorists (HEV) similar to supremacists or Neo-Nazi's:  Constitutionalists and anyone who does not believe in the ideology of the state.  This is going to be increasing as the beast system rises.  Recall that the Grand Solar Minimum will also cause a rise in hate and violence, and TPTB are aware of this fact. 

From Hateful Words to Real Violence

The Gilroy Garlic Festival. The Poway Chabad synagogue. The Charleston Emanuel church. The El Paso Walmart. One common denominator in these mass shootings and countless others? A perpetrator whose interactions in online white supremacist networks played a part in inciting, energizing, and detonating racial hatred into real violence, says UNLV sociologist Simon Gottschalk. Gottschalk has studied how interacting in online white supremacist networks can convert hateful words into real violence.


Why is abortion pre-clearance so troubling?  There are the moral and ethical issues and the federal government limiting the power of the state, but how do they do mandate this legally?  It is simple, and I will be doing a show on it this week.  For every federal given to any person, corporation, entity, state, and so forth, they must sign a form called SF 424 A&B.  If you have ever signed a contract and it had all that small print at the end.  This is the small print of government contracts.  It requires that whomsoever takes federal monies to implement many unconstitutional bills, acts, and Executive Orders.  Whoever takes the federal monies is beholding to their mast and paycheck writer.  It is also one tool in the toolbox for getting enough dirt on everyone to force them to into compliance.

What Would Federal Preclearance Mean for State Abortion Laws?
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris proposes requiring states that have a history of restricting abortion to submit new laws for federal approval before they can go into effect.




This is already being implemented.  Imagine you want to read about what your public servant government and the military are doing, and afterward, your every cyber movement is logged.

DISA Wants a Pentagon-Wide Identity Management System  The Enterprise Identity Service would let Pentagon officials oversee the access credentials and online activity of every user who touches its networks. Nextgov 

The US military is trying to read minds

A new DARPA research program is developing brain-computer interfaces that could control “swarms of drones, operating at the speed of thought.” What if it succeeds? Paul Tullis investigates.


There are more ways than an outright invasion to conquer a country or territory.  Taking over without firing a bullet as it is called. 

China Has Begun to Shape and Manage the US, Not the Other Way Around

A scene from the 2019 Dreamworks movie Abominable appears to portray a map with China's territorial claims, rejected by international courts.

US policymakers long sought to export American values to China. The reverse is happening instead.

From the late 19th century up to World War II, Americans were seized by the idea of transforming China into a Christian, capitalist America on the other side of the Pacific Ocean.

The word plastic pops up again and again in American statements about China from that era. China is “plastic” in the hands of “strong and capable Westerners,” announced President Woodrow Wilson in 1914. “China has become plastic after centuries of rigid conventionalism,” declared Selskar M. Gunn, a vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation, in May 1933.

But from the beginning, Americans were also afraid that China—or the Chinese—would change them, too. In 1870, following the Civil War, Congress limited naturalization to white people and black people. Later, the United States tried to inoculate itself against the influence of the Chinese by banning many of them from America’s shores. Starting with the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, the U.S. Congress passed a series of racist immigration laws that would not be significantly modified until World War II, when China was an ally in America’s fight against Japan. It looked bad for the U.S. to deny the Chinese the right to travel in America while Chinese under American command was dying on Asian battlefields. Read more

Food Supply

Why am I inserting an article about wild apples?  I only learned maybe ten years ago a startling fact.  That maybe 150 years ago, maybe more, that fruit trees began to be graphed to make them hardier and also provide many varieties on one tree.  How did the trees respond to this unnatural venture?  Their seeds began to lose the ability to grow trees that would bear fruit.  Today if you grow a citrus tree from seed, the plant will grow, but 95% will be sterile, never bearing fruit, and the rest will take decades before producing a single fruit.  The average time for a tree to bear fruit at maturity is 3-4 years.  That is why this is such an anomalous place.  Extrapolating from this, the more we tweak plants and trees, the less productive that they will be for our food supply.

It might seem strange to think that the common apple was not originally a universal fruit, but it has, its roots in one specific region of the world. The ancestor of the domestic apple is the Malus sieversii, which grows wild in the Tian Shan mountains of Kazakhstan.

In the early 20th century, biologist Nikolai Vavilov first traced the apple genome back to a grove near Almaty, a small town whose wild apples are nearly indistinguishable from the Golden Delicious found at grocery stores today. Vavilov visited Almaty and was astounded to find apple trees growing wild, densely entangled, and unevenly spaced, a phenomenon found nowhere else in the world.

Scientists believe the Tian Shan apple seeds were first transported out of Kazakhstan by birds and bear long before humans ever cultivated them. By the time humans did begin to grow and trade apples, the Malus sieversii had already taken root in Syria. The Romans discovered it there and dispersed the fruit even further around the world. When modern genome sequencing projects affirmatively linked domestic apples to Malus sieversii, Almaty and its surrounding land were officially recognized as the origin of all apples.

Almaty’s former name, Alma-Ata,  means “father of apples,” and the town touts its heritage proudly. A fountain in the center of town is apple-shaped, and vendors come out each week to sell their many varieties of domesticated apples at the market. Apples weren’t always a precious fruit in Almaty, though. They used to be commonplace, and during Soviet development, many of the trees were cut down for their wood. Up to 80 percent of the wild apple forests were destroyed.

Today, reserves throughout the Tian Shan mountain range keep the last wild apple forests growing safely—except foraging bears, who don’t care at all about botanical history. Pomologists report that the wild apples have a variety of flavors, depending on how the bees pollinate the blossoms. There are honey- and berry-flavored apples, sour crabapples, apples that taste like licorice, and a few strains that would be good enough for a supermarket’s produce section. Atlas Obscura


This came from an inside source.  The bottom line is that TPTB is learning and justifying primitive lifestyles as a response to weather chaos.  I prefer primitive living, but many of you may not.

Webinar: Smart Villages and Resilience to Natural Disasters

In western cultures, we put a stronger emphasis on technology and the physical infrastructure and have large budgets to protect and rebuild it. While building and maintaining physical infrastructure is part of the solution, it’s important to note that villages across the world manage disasters “off the grid” regularly because they have never been on the grid to begin with (PDF, 2.5 MB).

Nearly 50 percent of the world’s population and 70 percent of the world's poor live in rural areas, giving rural resiliency a prominent role in emergency management and its own set of obstacles and challenges. Smart Villages, an organization focusing on remote villages and their access to modern opportunities and solutions, offers a recording of the webinar “Smart Villages & Resilience,” discussing how some villages are better able to respond to disasters than others and how it relates to access to energy. This webinar brings together experts who have worked in the Caribbean, Thailand, Malaysia, and Nepal to discuss disaster and resilience, including how these issues relate to off-grid energy and energy access, agricultural communities, and to look at “smart villages” that are better able to respond to disasters. Often the kind of social capital emergency managers and nonprofit organizations are trying to build in “modern” communities is the type already successful in small rural villages: a stewardship role in the local environment, ultimately minimizing vulnerabilities to natural disasters (PDF, 291 KB).

Understanding how rural villages maintain this attitude can go a long way toward recreating it. Source: Smart Villages

A DOUBLE-GUST OF SOLAR WIND: Earth is about to get hit by solar wind--twice. Two streams of solar wind are heading our way. They're flowing from a pair of holes in the sun's atmosphere, shown in this extreme ultraviolet image from NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory:

The first blow will fall on Oct. 21 when gaseous material arrives from the hole on the right. It is expected to spark Arctic auroras, but probably not full-fledged geomagnetic storms. The wind from this hole is blowing ~500 km/s.

The second blow will fall on Oct. 24-25 when gaseous material arrives from the hole on the left. This is a more potent stream, blowing ~700 km/s. It could cause G1-class geomagnetic storms and auroras in northern-tier US states from Maine to Washington.


Earth Changes

Unprecedented Movement on Mojave Desert Fault Capable of Magnitude 8.0 Earthquake: Caltech Study

Loma Prieta 30th Anniversary: California Launches 1st Statewide Earthquake Early Warning System

Underwater Volcano Creates Bubbles More Than a Quarter-Mile Across

Worldwide Volcano News and Updates:

Practical Tips

If you had only water and flour, what could you make?  If you did not have an ingredient for a recipe and could not go to the store, what would you do?  I compiled many helpful hints and tips many from the Depression or earlier in Austere Cooking


As the snow dances and falls across the country, this is a beautiful and uplifting peek into the world of snowflakes.  We need to be mindful of our attitude regarding the snow, for if you have to study or seen Dr. Emoto's work, our thoughts and intentions even affect the snowflake, for good or for bad.  Explore the World Snowflakes:



 Video Link  Ignore the human-made climate change agenda part of this.  It is difficult to dodge these days that unless one puts their head in a hole.


As we were preparing for Y2K in what seems like ages ago, a Microsoft technician came to work on our computers at work.  As his hands hit various keys on the keyboard, he exposed will and crazy backdoors, portals, and secret embeds on our work computers.  We were all amazed at this secret world that nobody knows about. 

Cryptography without Using Secret Keys

Most security applications, for instance, access to buildings or digital signatures, use cryptographic keys that must at all costs be kept secret. That also is the weak link: who will guarantee that the key doesn’t get stolen or hacked? Researchers, using a physical unclonable key (PUK) and the quantum properties of light, researchers present a new type of data security that does away with secret keys.


The fallen angel technology of the beast system is always addictive to bring in and retain people into the hive system.

Algorithms Are Designed to Addict Us, and the Consequences Go Beyond Wasted Time

Goethe’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is a classic example of many stories in a similar theme. The young apprentice enchants a broom to mop the floor, avoiding some work in the process. But the enchantment quickly spirals out of control: the broom, mono-maniacally focused on its task but unconscious of the consequences, ends up flooding the room.


The classic fear surrounding hypothetical, superintelligent AI is that we might give it the wrong goal, or insufficient constraints. Even in the well-developed field of narrow AI, we see that machine learning algorithms are very capable of finding unexpected means and unintended ways to achieve their goals. For example, let loose in the structured environment of video games, where a simple function—points scored—is to be maximized, they often find new exploits or cheats to win without playing.

In some ways, YouTube’s algorithm is an immensely complicated beast: it serves up billions of recommendations a day. But its goals, at least originally, were fairly simple: maximize the likelihood that the user will click on a video, and the length of time they spend on YouTube. It has been stunningly successful: 70 percent of the time spent on YouTube is watching recommended videos, amounting to 700 million hours a day. Every day, humanity as a collective spends a thousand lifetimes watching YouTube’s recommended videos.  Read more


Louis Delgrès was an idealist and became a distinguished soldier in many battles for the French Republic. He was even captured and sent to England as a prisoner once or twice. When, in 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte sent General Richepanse to Guadeloupe to restore it to its “pre-1789” state (i.e., to reinstate slavery), Delgrès was having none of it. He led an armed rebellion of civilians and soldiers of color.

Unfortunately, the rebels were no match for the French army. They retreated into this fort, where Delgrès issued a proclamation “to the entire Universe,” explaining what he was fighting for. Then, when it became clear there was no hope of victory, Delgrès and 400 of his followers holed up in a plantation on the volcano’s slope and blew themselves up, along with as many French soldiers as they could.

Slavery was reinstated—though some say the rebellion’s failure motivated the successful liberation struggle in Haiti. As for General Richepanse, he got yellow fever and died a few weeks later and is now buried in the military cemetery at the very top of the fort complex.

 If you venture into the stone spiral, you’ll be able to pick out some carvings on one of the rocks that read “Liberte” and “Justice.”  Read more

Ancient Civilizations

Since 1350 BC, these ancient Egyptian statues have loomed over the Theban Necropolis. Though battered by more than 3,400 years of the scorching desert sun and sporadic Nile floods, they’ve captivated the imaginations of curious travelers for millennia.

The twin colossi (which no longer resemble twins) depict the Pharaoh Amenhotep III, who ruled during the 18th Dynasty. They once flanked the entrance to his lost mortuary temple, which at its height, was the most lavish temple in all of Egypt. Their faded side panels depict Hapy, the god of the nearby Nile.

Though centuries of floods reduced the temple to no more than looted ruins, these statues have withstood any disaster nature throws their way. In 27 BC, an earthquake shattered the northern colossus, collapsing its top and cracking its lower half. But strangely, the damaged statue did more than merely survive the catastrophe: After the earthquake, it also found its voice.

At dawn, when the first ray of desert sun spilled over the baked horizon, the shattered statue would sing. Its tune was more powerful than pleasant, a fleeting, otherworldly song that evoked mysterious thoughts of the divine. By 20 BC, esteemed tourists from around the Greco-Roman world were trekking across the desert to witness the sunrise acoustic spectacle. Scholars, including the likes of Pausanias, Publius, and Strabo, recounted tales of the statue’s strange sound ringing through the morning air. Some say it resembled striking brass, while others compared it to the snap of a breaking lyre string.

The unearthly song is how these ancient Egyptian statues wound up with a name borrowed from ancient Greece. According to Greek mythology, Memnon, a mortal son of Eos, the goddess of Dawn, was slain by Achilles. Supposedly, the eerie wail echoing from the cracked colossus’ chasm was him crying to his mother each morning. (Modern scientists believe early morning heat caused dew trapped within the statue’s crack to evaporate, creating a series of vibrations that echoed through the thin desert air.)

Sadly, well-intentioned Romans silenced the song in the third century AD. After visiting the storied statues and failing to hear their ephemeral sounds, Emperor Septimius Severus, reportedly attempting to gain favor with the oracular monument, had the fractured statue repaired. His reconstructions, in addition to disfiguring the statue, so the fixtures no longer looked like identical twins, robbed the colossus of its famous voice and rendered its song a lost acoustic wonder of the ancient world. Atlas Obscura


Signs of the times.....

Dutch family 'waiting for the end of time' found in secret room


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The Mandela Effect is when a large group of people misremembers the same experience. However, many claim misremembrance is an insufficient explanation and chooses to invoke the paranormal. In this video, I carefully analyze several popular Mandela Effect examples to determine if this paranormal invocation is truly necessary.

Video MRI scans by MRI215:



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How to prevent a stroke.  If you know someone stoke prone, taking cinnamon can stop a stroke in action if medical treatment is not available.  I have seen the power of both Vitamin C and cinnamon.  But, of course, the government can only treat and cure, so I must say my experience is artistic entertainment. 

Low vitamin C levels increase the risk of hemorrhagic stroke, research reveals

 Strokes are the second leading cause of death in the world, with more than 140,000 people dying – every year – from a stroke in the U.S. alone.  To put the magnitude of the situation in perspective, someone in the U.S. has a stroke about every 40 seconds!  But, as you’ll soon see, your vitamin C levels can have a huge impact on your risk.

There is research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and Stroke: A Journal of Cerebral Circulation, which found “vitamin C to be exceptionally helpful in stroke prevention.”  An elevated blood plasma level of vitamin C seems to have a protective effect on the arteries.

Vitamin C levels linked to tissue health and stroke prevention

For example, stroke researcher Stéphane Vannier, MD, and her colleagues recently found that plasma vitamin C concentrations lower than 11 micromoles per liter can lead to hemorrhagic effects.  Sixty-five people who suffered hemorrhagic stroke all showed depleted vitamin C levels; the control group, who did not suffer a stroke, had normal C levels.

Vitamin C levels in the body already have an established relationship to tissue strength and integrity, and we know that vitamin C deficiency can cause bleeding gums and the disease scurvy. Researchers speculate a deterioration in tissue strength could be contributing to the bleeding in the brain that accompanies a hemorrhagic stroke.

A 1995 study detailed in the British Medical Journal showed elderly persons with low levels of vitamin C had a greater risk of all types of stroke; plus, a 2008 University of Cambridge study found people with high C levels reduced their risk of stroke by 42 percent.

Experts say: ‘The benefits of vitamin C are undeniable.’

’Vitamin C is the world’s best natural antibiotic, antiviral, antitoxin, and antihistamine… Let the greats be given their due. The importance of vitamin C cannot be overemphasized.’ – Andrew W. Saul, Ph.D. NaturalHealth365

Last Word

As I  was praising the Lord for my precious patrons, these verses came to mind:

After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.

And immediately I was in the spirit: and, behold, a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne.

And he that sat was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone: and there was a rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald. Revelation 4

I cannot know for sure, but I wonder if the sounds that people have been hearing for decades now was heaven opening up, showing us that the times of fulfillment of prophecy were at hand.  It also strikes me in these verses how the character of a person is likened to precious stones. Once I spent a year studying the stones of the Bible.  If you would like an excellent book on gemology and the biblical character within each of us, I highly recommend Crystal Clear, Reflections on the Gemstones in our Lives by Joan W. Randell.  It has profound insights.

God Bless you from the trenches.  Be safe, everyone.



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