IET Evolve Video II Dec 2010

IET Evolve Video II  Dec 2010
The Report

Friday, February 25, 2011

IET Will Be Back...

IET is currently learning some new things regarding "creating a quantum leap in consciousness" on the west coast of the U.S. from Dolores Cannon.

Will have new info to post from this adventure soon:)


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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Mindshift Institute - Northampton, Massachusetts

Michael Mannion and Trish Corbett discuss their work at the Mindshift Institute in Northampton, Massachusetts. Two people who have been holding the light for quite some time and have spent the past 10 years bringing contemporary scientists and scholars together for their Cosmo's and Consciousness conferences held annually in Rangeley, Maine. Some of their past speakers have been Edgar Mitchell, the late John E. Mack, Amit Goswami, Beverely Rubik PhD, Dr. Rudy Schild and Dr. Ron Bryan.


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Victory in Equador - John Perkins

Victory in Ecuador
Dear Friends,

I celebrate the victory in Ecuador and look forward to all of us continuing the change for the better in the world!
Ecuador: Another Victory for the People!
By John Perkins

The Middle East, Wisconsin, and now the victory of Ecuadorians over the oil giant, Texaco (owned byChevron)! We the people are taking back the reigns of power!

It really started in Latin America where during the past decade ten countries democratically voted in presidents determined to stop the corporatocracy from ruthlessly exploiting their people and natural resources. Every one of these ten countries was ruled by ruthless CIA-puppet dictators for most of my life. Now that has changed. Perhaps it is fitting that among all the victories occurring today, the one against a single corporation, an oil giant that epitomizes the corporatocracy, happened in Latin America.

When I was writing Hoodwinked, the $27 billion class action environmental lawsuit filed on behalf of 30,000 Ecuadorians against Texaco was still in full swing. It alleged that the company had dumped more than 16 billion gallons of toxic wastes into rain forest rivers (compared to BP's 210 million gallons of oil in the Gulf and the Exxon Valdez's 11 million gallons in Alaska) and that these wanton actions had destroyed fragile Amazonian environments and killed hundreds of people. The suit, at the time, was the largest environmental lawsuit in the history of the planet.

Ecuador is a classic case. In the 1970s its people were targets of predatory lending. Unscrupulous international banks promoted billions of dollars in borrowing by Ecuadorian dictators who blew most of the money on projects that made them and their cronies – as well as US construction/manufacturing consortiums -- wealthy. After the transition to democracy, the Ecuadorian people were stuck holding the bag. Ecuador's debt has risen to more than 3.9 billion today. In 2007, the Ecuadorian government paid $1.75 billion in debt service, more than it spent on health care, social services, the environment and housing and urban development combined. For the corporatocracy, debt is one of its most powerful weapons.

Unfortunately, Ecuador is just one of many examples. Over the years, unelected dictators have been placed into power through the clandestine efforts of multinational corporations, international banks, the CIA, and economic hit men throughout Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The citizens were not involved in making or accepting the deals these leaders signed that left their countries awash in debt and their lands, air, and waters poisoned by toxic wastes.

The good news is that the tide is turning. The Ecuadorian judge awarded an $8.6 billion fine against Chevron (plus another $8.6 billion in punitive damages). Less than the amount sought by the victims, it is nevertheless a huge victory. Like the popular uprisings in the Middle East and Wisconsin, it is also symbolic of our changing world, one which we the people are determined to take back.

Yet we must all participate. The corporatocracy will fight back. In Ecuador, Chevron-Texaco has already stated that they do not intend to pay and that, since they have sold all their assets in that country, the plaintiffs have no leverage. What that means is that you and I must continue to pressure Chevron and other oil companies. We must not purchase their gas. We must battle against toxic dumping everywhere.

I urge you as well if you have not yet seen the movie "Crude" to watch it and to support the Ecuadorian battle via your social networks. The link for the movie is here - http://www.crudethemovie.com/  .

We must stop the spread of predatory capitalism. We must all reject the social and environmental costs that this mutant virus spreads. The defining goal of the corporatocray – that the only responsibility of business is to make short-term profits – must be replaced by a recognition that corporations have to serve the public interest.

I urge you today to support the fight against Chevron at this site - http://chevrontoxico.com  .

I also urge you to support the battle in Wisconsin by going here -http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/we_support_wisconsin/  .
And continue to support the people of Egypt by going here – http://www.facebook.com/elshaheeed.co.uk  .
Remember, we can ALL change the world for the better.


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Monday, February 21, 2011

Vandana Shiva on Food

This is quite simple, if we want to survive and thrive, this is the way to go and quickly.






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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

How Love Can Change the World

"If you want to change the world… love a woman all the way through until she believes you, until her instincts, her visions, her voice, her art, her passion, her wildness have returned to her-until she is a force of love more powerful than all the political media demons who seek to devalue and destroy her." 


Cedar Rivers 2.15.11


Originally from Magdalene Women


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Monday, February 14, 2011

Continued "The Rise of the 5th Dimension is the Birthing of the New Universe.

A small addition to the article below...

When the condensement of the life energy of this Universe merges into one and then enters the cosmic birth canal is when the Earth will go dark for a period of time. The time may be between 12-72 hours.

The Earth is simply not going dark because of something horrific and unholy. It is quite the opposite. It is for the new to emerge, new life to form, the new birth of all of humanity in this collective Universe so we may finally walk together and co-create in a new time, space and place.


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Sunday, February 13, 2011

The Rise of the 5th Dimension IS the Birthing of a New Universe

Another rise of new energies is emerging. We can feel it again. The craziness and intensity of a few weeks past and then the settling of the slow and steady calm. A need to sit and listen.

Listen for what?

Just listen, just be.

It feels like a flawless beautiful, gentle and subtle wave moving inside. We can't really define when it merges with our cellular selves but yet, we know it is moving inside of us, transforming us to a higher state of being which is expansive, free, loving and so incredibly delicately beautiful.


Once again, we will be different then we were just 30 days ago.

The pulsation of this Mother we stand upon now in the current Universe that is giving birth to a new Universe. She is getting ready to align herself into the birth canal and for us to rise up and move with her.

The canal is opening and we have a choice to move up and inside this flow. Once inside, we will then we carried by the sheer force of this final push as the collective life energies of this current Universe finally merge.

We will be meeting our fellow cosmic brothers and sisters in this new place as they will have made it through too.

Many more pulsations will occur till the final push extends so this New Universe can harbor life, she has been waiting for us to enter and soon the time will be just right. She is perfect. She is pure and she is ready.

The New Universe was created in the minds and hearts of our dear soul parents based on all our collective vibrations in this current Universe. These collective vibrations are comprised of our hopes, life experiences emotions, thoughts and wishes. Our soul parents created the perfect template and now we will bring all of what we are to this new place. This place where we will co-create our new reality as we grow and expand with the cosmos and share our wisdom from our human experiences and evolution.


It is the new. It is time for us to begin to enter into the new.

Sometimes trying to describe something so beautiful is difficult to express in language alone. Humbly I  believe Universal beauty can be found in a near seamless transitional point. A point when our life energy begins to connect in with all that is around us. This can be found as we delicately and slowly take in the cellular and physical breath of the other energies essence...and is then expressed by gently breathing out this new forever intertwined energy.


The beauty is at that very point of connection. The breath of that which we connect into and that which we now ARE as we breath out, this new breath then near seamlessly transforms from mere air into an ever so subtle angelic sound frequency which we have been given the vibrational voice to express.

How perfect.

The rise of the 5th dimension is the birth of a new Universe and we are about to enter into her canal with Source providing the guiding and plentiful light with abundant love in this Universal co-creative evolutionary event.


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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

IET Will Be Back...

The beauty of a gentle loving touch cannot be underestimated for it is so incredibly powerful to the positive progression of our human evolution ♥






IET will be back next week posting stories, video's and newsworthy info for you.


Thank you!


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Friday, February 4, 2011

Why the Middle East is Exploding - From Whitley Strieber's Unknown Country

Why is the Middle East Exploding?

A month ago a young man in Tunsia attempted to sell fruit on a streetcorner because he was broke. He was an educated member of the middle class and had been prepared for a life as a professional. He was forced off the street by the police and set himself on fire. He died.

The rest is history, as Tunisians took to the streets, the local dictator left the country, and an interim government was installed. Subsequently, Egyptians took to the streets, then Yeminis and Jordanians, now also Syrians.

The immediate problem started last summer when a devastating drought and heat wave caused the Russian and Ukranian harvests to be so damaged that Russia was forced to dramatically reduce its exports.

The Middle East is the world's largest importer of grains. For example, per capita, Egyptians consume more wheat products such as pasta even than the Italians. Across the region this autumn, food prices have risen between fifty and seventy percent.

This has happened in a region that has been experiencing substantial economic growth and is characterized by a burgeoning middle class. Suddenly, this middle class has found itself without enough to eat, and they are furious, and well capable of expressing their rage against the government.

Every revolution, beginning with the French in the late eighteenth century, has started for the same reason: a developing middle class has been suddenly deprived of food. The French of the 1780s had not known hunger for over a hundred years. In the early 20th Century, the Russian Czar miscalculated the cost and effects on his economy of fighting the Germans. The middle class suffered and revolted, and in the end their revolution was co-opted by extremists and Russia suffered seventy years of oppression and hunger far worse than anything that had happened under the czars. Once again, later in the 20th Century, the expanding middle class in Iran experienced a sudden economic disruption because of rising prices. Their attempt to overthrow the shah resulted not in democratic reforms, but in the establishment of an even more terrible dictatorship.

Right now, the entire Middle East hangs in the balance. Will extremist co-opt what is going to become a series of revolutions? Or will there be, for the first time in history, an expansion of democratic forms of government into the region?

I cannot answer these question, but it is worth asking another: why has the Middle East been burdened with so many dictatorships?

In part, the reason is that the developed world has supported stability in this area, because it is the world's primary energy source. We, the Europeans and the developed parts of Asia have actively financed dictatorships in the region ever since the old European empires collapsed. Thus, we were able to obtain oil without interruption and without much danger. In return, the oil producing countries have actually made very few significant demands. The oil has flowed freely for half a century, and the world has built a vast infrastructure on this basis.

However, the Middle Eastern dictatorships have functioned in a fundamentally different manner from, say, the Chinese dictatorship. From the beginning, the Chinese government has had employment as a primary objective. By contrast, the Middle Eastern dictatorships have been much more like the aristocratic oligarchies that were overthrown in France, Russia and Iran. Their primary economic objective has been the accumulation of wealth for themselves, without regard for the welfare of their people.

Marie Antoinette's infamous reaction to the news that the people were restless because they had not bread was to suggest that they try cake. The Shah reacted in essentially the same way. So have the modern Middle Eastern dictatorships, and they will experience the same fate that befell the French monarchy, and for precisely the same reasons.

During the era of the Shah, the United States made two critical mistakes. The first was imposing the Shah on Iran in the first place. The second was ignoring the abundant signs that his regime was going to fall, causing the Iranian people to reject American influence with contempt. Into the power vacuum that followed came the ayatollas, and they are there to this day, enforcing one of the most oppressive regimes in the modern world.

The United States has not reacted the same way to the Egyptian crisis. As this is being written, the U.S. president has made it clear that our country approves of the aspirations of the protesters in Egypt, and hopes that Hosni Mubarak will soon leave the country. As a result, banners with the president's face on them have blossomed among the protesters.

As Mubarak's regime cannot last, this is vitally important to our relationship with a future Egyptian government. Will it mean the Egypt escapes the fate of Iran? Perhaps, but there is no way to be sure, of course.

As this is being written, a big protest is planned in Yemen, and restlessness is increasing in Syria. In Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood remains the best organized opposition party, commanding perhaps 20% of the Egyptian vote. But it is primarily a rural movement, and the Egyptian population is largely urban and for the most part more secular than Islamist groups such as the Brotherhood.

The Iranian model is frightening to most people in the Middle East. They don't want to follow the lead of the Russians and the Iranians, and trade one dictatorship for another that is even worse.

This could be a time of positive change in the Middle East, but there remains an unanswered question: if world harvests continue to decline, what are they going to eat?

*Thank you Cedar for posting!*


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Quantum Leap - Center for a New Earth, Cambridge, Massachusetts

The Xi group is in the process of developing a center for the public to be able to come and discover the following;

*"How to Hold the Impossible" Workshop Gatherings
*Learn Telepathy
*Nurturing Indigo and Star Children
*Animal Intelligence
*Free Energy Discoveries and Exploration
*Emotional and Spiritual Awareness
*Indigenous Knowledge
*Communiversity


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