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    Saturday, April 23, 2011
    Protein Shake Recipes

    Mix 2 scoops of Raspberry Yogurt Protein Delite or other protein with 4 strawberries 15 blueberries 16 ounces of nonfat milk 1.2 cup of ice cubes. It is so good that you should serve it with a little umbrella in it!

    Protein-Carb Almond Blast


    Mix 2 Scoops of Vanilla MyoMax Meal or other protein with 10-12 oz of skim milk 1.2 cup of dry oatmeal 1.2 cup of raisins 12 shredded almonds 1 tbsp of peanut butter. It's like pudding!

    Strawberry Nut Shake


    Mix 2 Scoops of Vanilla Isolean or other protein with 1 cup of fat-free strawberry yogurt 6 shredded macadamia nuts. Plub Ice Shake


    Mix 2 scoops of Vanilla Scipro or other protein with 1 ripe plum (pitted) juice of 1 lemon 16 ounces of ice water 1.2 cup of ice cubes. Peppermint Oatmeal Shake


    Mix 2 scoops of Alpine Milk Chocolate Protein Delite or other protein with 1 cup sugar free vanilla ice cream 1 cup oatmeal 2 cups non-fat milk 1.2 cup water a splash of peppermint extract! Chocolate Coffee Shake


    Mix 2 scoops of Alpine Milk Chocolate Protein Delite or other protein with: 1 cup of skim milk 5 ice cubes 1 cup of water 1 spoonful of instant coffee! Tastes like a gourmet concoction!

    Plum-Lemon Cooler


    2 scoops vanilla flavor whey protein powder (Whey Best, Scipro) 1 ripe plum, pitted juice of 1 lemon 1 tablespoon multi-vitamin powder 16 ounces ice water 1/2 cup ice cubes Wild Berry Boost


    2 scoops vanilla flavor whey protein powder (Whey Best, Scipro) 8 raspberries 4 strawberries 15 blueberries 16 ounces nonfat milk 1/2 cup ice cubes Peanut Butter Chocolate Truffle


    2 scoops chocolate flavor whey protein powder (Whey Best, Scipro) 1 teaspoon creamy peanut butter 16 ounces nonfat milk 1/2 cup ice cubes Creatine Catalyst


    2 scoops vanilla flavor whey protein powder (Whey Best, Scipro) 5 Granny Smith apples 5 grams (one teaspoon) Creapure䠣reatine powder 1/2 cup ice cubes Special Thanks To For These Recipes!

    Peanut Brittle Protein Shake

    This is a delicious favorite I discovered quite by accident as I sat staring at my "boring" vanilla protein powder and wanting something sweet. This mimics peanut brittle only in taste. It won't send your blood sugar soaring and it's a fun way to get in some healthy unsaturated fat.


    2 scoops vanilla protein 1 tbsp sugar-free instant butterscotch pudding mix, dry 1 tbsp natural peanut butter, chunky 8 oz. cold water or lowfat milk. 3-6 ice cubes Directions:

    Add all ingredients to blender, blend, and serve. I like to add the peanut butter in last so it stays a little chunky, just like the peanut brittle it is replacing.

    Nutritional Information for added ingredients (excludes milk & protein powder):

    Per Serving: Calories - 108 Carbs - 6 g Protein - 4g Fat - 8 g Fiber - 1g

    The Hulk

    This is a pistachio flavored shake that I came up with one busy morning for my son. He loved it because it was green and walked around the rest of the day doing lat spreads that "ripped" his shirt. I loved it because it only added 19 calories to my protein shake.


    2 scoops vanilla protein 1 ? tbsp sugar-free pistachio pudding mix 1 mint leaf or a few drops peppermint extract (optional) 1 few drops green food coloring (optional) 8 oz. cold water or low-fat milk 3-5 ice cubes Directions:

    Add all ingredients to blender, blend, and pour into cup. This tastes great without the mint so don't worry if you don't have it around. The shake is a light green even without the food coloring but if you want it green (like The Hulk!), you'll need a few drops.

    Nutritional Information for added ingredients (excludes milk & protein powder):
    Per Serving: Calories - 19 Carbs - 5g Protein - 0g Fat - 0g Fiber - 0g

    Oatmeal Meal Replacement Shake

    This is a homemade meal replacement that contains all the nutrition of a hearty bowl of oatmeal. It's got complex carbs, protein, and a little good fat to extend its contribution to your energy stores. If you expect the rest of the day to be hectic, why not double it up and take half of the shake to work to ensure you don't skip a meal just because you'll be stuck in a meeting.


    ? cup dry measure oatmeal, cooked in water and cooled 2 scoops vanilla protein 3 dashes cinnamon 1/8 c sugar free maple syrup or equivalent amount brown sugar replacement 1 tbsp chopped almonds (or flaxseed oil or natural peanut butter) 12 oz. water or low-fat milk Directions:
    Add all ingredients to blender, blend, and pour into cup. If your short on time, just use dry oatmeal or oat flour.
    Nutritional Information for added ingredients (excludes milk & protein powder):
    Per Serving: Calories - 215 Carbs - 33g Protein - 7g Fat - 7g Fiber - 5g

    Cinnamon Roll Protein Shake
    2 scoops vanilla protein powder 1 tbsp sugar-free instant vanilla pudding 1/4 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp imitation vanilla (or 1/4 tsp extract) 1 packet artificial sweetener a few dashes butter flavor sprinkles or butter-flavor extract 8 oz. water (or low-fat milk) 3 ice cubes Directions:
    Add all ingredients to blender, whip, and serve.
    Nutritional Information:
    Aor added ingredients (excludes protein powder & use of milk) Calories - 25 Carbohydrates - 5g Protein - 0g Fat - 0 g Fiber - 0 g

    Nada Colada Protein Shake
    2 scoops vanilla protein powder 1/2 c pineapple-orange juice* 1/4 tsp rum extract 1/4 tsp coconut extract (or 2 tbsp shredded coconut) 1 packet artificial sweetener 4 oz. water (or low-fat milk) 3-6 ice cubes Low-carb version: Omit juice and use 1/2 tsp sugar-free pineapple-orange drink mix (dry). Increase water or milk to 8 oz.
    Add all ingredients to blender, whip, and serve.
    Nutritional Information:
    for added ingredients (excludes protein powder & use of milk) Calories - 61 Carbohydrates - 15g Protein - 0g Fat - 1g Fiber - 0g

    Protein Shake
    1 cup skim milk 2 tsp. safflower oil Several pieces of ice 1 banana 1 package of Carnation Instant Breakfast (there's also a lo-carb mix) (any flavor--strawberry, chocolate, cappacino, French vanilla, chocolate malt) Directions: Mix together in blender until ice is completely crushed and mixed well.

    Banana Delight
    8 oz. pure water 1/2 banana (frozen) 2 oz. protein of choice 2 tsp. flax seed oil Strawberry Cheesecake
    10 oz pure water 8 frozen strawberries 4 tbs. low fat sour cream 10-15 drops liquid stevia (optional) 1.5 oz. protein of choice Blueberry Dream
    10 oz. Pure water 1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries 1.5 oz. protein of choice 2 tsp. flax seed oil 15 drops liquid stevia (optional) Fat Burning Peaches and Cream
    8 oz. pure water 1 ripe peach 2 tbs. low fat sour cream 8 drops liquid stevia (optional) 1.5 oz protein of choice Quick Start
    3 oranges (fresh juiced only, NOT canned or bottled 6 drops liquid stevia (optional) 1 oz. protein of choice Tropical Treat
    8 oz. pure water 1/2 banana (frozen) 2 tbs. low fat sour cream 1 tsp. coconut extract 10-15 drops liquid stevia (optional) 1.5 oz. protein of choice (vanilla flavor) Tropical Pleasure
    8 oz. pure water 1/2 tsp. pineapple extract 1/2 tsp. coconut extract 1 tbs heavy cream 1/2 frozen banana 1 heaping scoop (1 oz) of Egg Protein Stevia or Agave to taste (optional) 2-3 ice cubes (optional) Chocolate Almond Delight
    10-12 oz. pure water 15 raw almonds 1/2 tsp. coconut extract 1.5 oz protein of choice (chocolate flavor) Stevia to taste (optional) 3-5 ice cubes (optional) (first, blend the almonds until creamy smooth in 1/2 the water, then add the rest of the ingredients)

    Chocolate Lovers
    12 oz pure water 1 tsp. pure cocoa powder 2 tbs. low fat sour cream 10-15 drops liquid stevia 2 oz. protein of choice (chocolate flavor) 2 tsp. flax seed oil High Energy Shake!
    10 oz pure water 10 strawberries (Fresh or Frozen) 1 tbs. flax seed oil 1/2 tsp vanilla extract 1 heaping scoop (1 oz) of protein of choice Stevia to taste (optional) 2-3 ice cubes (optional) Super Slimmer
    8 oz. pure water 1 tbs. flax seed oil 1/2 ripe peach (peeled) 6 frozen strawberries 1 heaping scoop (1 oz) of of protein of choice Stevia to taste (optional) Heavy Gainer
    10-14 oz. pure water 1/2 cup raw almonds - blend with water only until creamy smooth then add... 1/2 large frozen banana 2 level scoops (2 oz) of protein of choice Stevia to taste (optional) Weight Gainer
    14 oz. pure water 2 bananas or 2 scoops YAM Power 3 tbs. peanut butter 6 drops liquid stevia (optional) 2 oz. protein of choice Mineral Power
    10 oz. pure water 1 oz. liquid ionic plant source minerals 1 packet knox gelatin 1 tbs. flax seed oil 1 heaping scoop (1 oz) of protein of choice

    Super Healthy Honey Banana Shake
    Super healthy shake that tastes pretty damn good - the flax seed oil helps the nutrients digest gradually so you get a steady supply of protein, I always put some honey in, cause it's healthier than sugar, and after a workout it will feed your body's need for simple sugar.
    1 cup of pure water 1 big scoop of vanilla whey protein powder 3/4 cup of natural yoghurt 1 banana 1 tsp of flax-seed oil 2 tsp of honey 1 tsp spirulena The spirulena definately changes the color and flavor of this shake alot! So if you cant get used to the taste simply leave it out. The shake provides carbs, protein and plenty of vitamins/minerals, so you can easily use it as a meal replacement.

    Rock N' Roll Protein Shake
    Here is my favorite protein smoothie I have for breakfast a few times a week! If you are close to a show, knock out the banana and essence! This shake gives you a good start to the day with high protein, good fats, good carbs giving potassium.
    1 cup of pure water 1 big scoop of vanilla whey protein powder 3/4 cup of natural yoghurt 1 banana 1 tsp of flax-seed oil 2 tsp of honey 1 tsp spirulena Banana Almond Creme

    1 Banana 12 Cup Milk 10 Almonds 1 Serving Protein 5 Ice Cubes Fruit Smoothie
    2 scoops Designer Whey Strawberry 4 large strawberries blueberries ( a small handful) water (just a few drops) 1/2 C ice Splenda Start off by crushing the ice in the blender and then gradually add the fruit and enough water to get it smooth. Finish off with the two scoops of whey and enough Splenda to make it sweet.

    Pineapple Power
    1 cup of pineapple juice 3 strawberries 1 banana 1 teaspoon of yogurt 1 scoop of your choice of protein Orange And Cream Delight
    1 Bottle of Orange Gatorade 1 Packet Vanilla myoplex Simple, yet tasty!
    Strawberry Savior
    4 scoops vanilla designer whey 8 fluid ounces water 1 colombo strawberry yogurt 3 frozen strawberries 1 teaspoon creatine 1 teaspoon flax seed oil Tastes great and is an awesome mass gaining combination!

    Vanilla Coffee Delight
    10-12 oz. low-fat milk 2 scoops vanilla protein powder 1/2 cup low-fat coffee flavored ice cream Add all ingredients in blender. Blend and enjoy.

    Iso-Egg Heavy Gainer
    3 scoops Isopure Whey Protein (Vanilla/Chocolate) 4 egg whites 1 tbls. Peanut Butter 8 oz. cold water 2 cups ice Put all in blender, and mix, mix, mix!

    Egg-cellent Shake
    3 eggs 1/2 cup milk or 3-4 scoops vanilla ice cream Add all ingredients in blender. Blend and enjoy.

    The Best Protein Shake Ever
    2 scoops chocolate protein 10 Ice Cubes 12 oz. fat free milk 2 tblsp fat free vanilla yogart 1 tblsp reduced fat peanut butter 2 tblsp hazelnut coffee 1/8 cup caramel ice cream topping You can add more or less caramel topping, depending on how sweet you want your shake.

    Peanut Butter And Banana Shake
    2 scoops USn Vanilla Muscle fuel 100g almond flakes 1 table spoon peanut butter 500ml skim milk half banana 1 table spoon honey The Best Overall Tasting Homemade Protein Shake
    This recipe includes cottage cheese - the king of all cheap, easy, high BV protein sources ! Don't worry, you can't taste it and the blender eliminates the texture.
    16 oz. skim milk 2 cups no-fat cottage cheese 3 scoops Optimum Nutrition Whey Protein Powder (vanilla) 1/2 cup non-fat, reduced-sugar vanilla yogurt scoop of your favorite fruit (I like frozen strawberries & banana) Splenda or Sweet-n-Low to taste (about 2 packets) Handful of Ice Directions:
    Blend together and chill. Makes 3 two-cup servings.
    Guzzle for an awesome post-workout shake. The high-glycemic-value carbs spike insulin to deliver protein to your muscles. Add dry oats for more complex carbs, and add more cottage cheese to boost the protein! Add more milk if the mix is too thick.
    Nutritional Information for 1 Serving:
    Calories = 414 Protein = 40 grams Carbs = 26 grams Fat = 2 gram
    Wednesday, November 18, 2009
    Macy's One Day Sale!!! SCAM

    Macy a huge tycoon, manages to rip of customers, its obvious that a company markets and plan the SALE according to their advantage, they are NOT going to give away anything at a reasonable price. They make sure they get the MOST out of YOUR wallet! So here's a marketing scheme they are currently using, and i was a victim of it today. Today was a One Day Sale! They also printed these Ads with $10 of your $25 or more purchase, they also have 20% of your purchase coupons if you use your Macy's card, but these 2 offers can't be combined, you can only use $10 off 25 or 20% off your purchase. If you are a smart consumer you would calculate the amount you are going to spend, if its close to $25 then use the $10 off, if you are buying something that is more than $100 you would use the 20% off.

    Like a smart consumer i went in today with few $10 off your $25 purchase, and i got few items, i calculated the cost, i did 2 shirts (priced at $49/$59, on clearance for $29.99 and when you take it to one of those price scanners it reads $14.50 [mind you it was on the clearance rack (50/65% off)]) So I'm looking at around $29 for the 2 item i figured I'd use the $10 off $25. Take it to the register and i asked the Macy's employee, will i be able to use $10 off $25 and she said "yeah sure"... "do you have the coupon with you".. i added "yes i do". Then she scans my item, then scans my $10 off $25... "sorry its not taking it, it won't take off some of the name brand items". I went to Macys, i spent an 1hr looking for things to buy... i waited 10-15m in line to get what i wanted... and what do you know.. the price i thought i had in mind was not what i was going to pay at the register... BUMMER... is all of this just a coincidence? NO!!!!!!

    The prices are already jacked up, then they slap on a clearance tag, throw it on the 50/65% off rack (i go looking for bargains, i can't imagine how people buy things at regularly priced, my bank balance isn't as big as others).

    Detail of the scheme: They print these $10 off $25, people go crazy for them.. WOW $10 off, so if i buy $25.. I'm getting it for $15. One, nothing in the store will add up to exactly $25, you might as well go around $30 or more. Then the Macy's employees are trained to avoid as much $10 off $25 as possible, I'm sure there are few accepted here and there, so NOT every single customer that walks in doesn't go without $10 to cover themselves and their ad, everyone that walks in with a $10 off $25 should receive that discount. The way the ad is designed, is to get you into Macy's and spend your money, in hopes your going to find great deals and save money. The way the Macy's employees are trained is that they don't scan the $10 correctly, there is a way to accept the coupon and when they pretend to scan it and deny it you just lost your self the $10 discount, the whole reason why you came to Macy's in the first place, again going back to spending the hour in store looking for bargains, waiting in line, etc. When you are the register and they decline your $10 off you just want to buy your stuff and get out of there and end up paying the regular amount. That is what happened to me today, i made 3 different transaction and with 2 different Macy's employees and they both declined my $10 off $25. What they should have done is scanned in my items, hit "check out" then scan in my $10 off and it would have accepted, but they know what they were doing, they fake scan it and tells me "it won't take it", "sorry this items are not for $10 off" and so on.

    Thanks for the rip off, i'll keep that in mind next time i'm at Macy's and everyone that goes to shopping at Macy's or anywhere with a discount or coupon make sure they honor it.
    Tuesday, October 27, 2009
    Dec 12, 2012

    "Get out your lawn chairs... they are at it again!"

    Lee Carroll - January 2009

    It's almost four years away, yet the media is gearing up to scare you to death (if anyone has noticed). The 2012 issue is the subject, and it's just too hot of an issue to leave alone, or wait until it's closer. After all, there's Viagra, soap and cars to sell, and in this economy the retailers are screaming to make it happen.

    In my seminars a few months ago, I told the attendees to brace themselves for the onslaught of movies and documentaries in theatres and on TV about 2012, all of which will be sensationally fear based. Well, it's already here.

    The History Channel has launched "Armageddon Week," a week packed with brand new, polished documentaries in HD on the prophets of the end times and what they have said about 2012, the year that purportedly holds the oncoming destruction of the planet.

    I spent almost 30 years doing retail advertising for radio and TV. I have produced in excess of 4,000 radio music spots, numerous documentary soundtracks, and a few movies - all of this before Kryon, of course. I absolutely know how these guys think, and I wanted to share some things with you that may not be obvious.

    There is a big alignment coming. It's called the Galactic alignment and it's the end of an approximately 26,000-year astronomic cycle.* Although it is astronomical in fact, the energy around it is based on astrology. Astrology is the oldest science on the planet. Nostradamus was an astrologer of sorts, and also an alchemist (apothecary), or "occult" pharmacist, of his time. (It got him kicked out of medical school.)

    If you read about the real Nostradamus, you will find that he really wasn't very highly respected as a prophet or an astrologer, at least not while he lived. He did astrology fairly haphazardly and often got the charts for clients totally wrong. He married a rich widow, had a number of children, and was free to write a number of books of his "quatrains." His relationship with the church was good (he was a devout Catholic), and he actually got permission from the bishop to publish some of this work. But he was always fearful of religious fanatics, so he cloaked his writings by using "Virgilianized" syntax (syntax of the Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro), word games and a mixture of other languages such as Greek, Italian, Latin and Provençal (a unique language of Southern France) in order to hide the real meanings.** This made his quatrains very obscure and unclear, promoting the ability for almost anyone to interpret them to their own understanding, which has happened over and over.

    Today, however, he stands at the centerpiece of who's who in doom. Lucky for us, that reference book is very small, but he's the guy for our age, as well as the champion for "everything that's bad that's going to happen."

    Here's my stance on all of this: This Galactic alignment is coming. It has always been coming, and the ancients spoke of it. Far before the time of Nostradamus, many cultures wrote about it. The Egyptians knew it, and even aligned their pyramids to the stars. Among others who we know about who were aware of it, were the Hopi, Aztecs, Toltecs, Druids, and Incas. The Mayans developed their calendar without Nostradamus' help, and ended it on Dec 21, 2012 (right before 2013). So the Galactic alignment is real, and almost all the cultures who wrote about it predicted great shift. By the way, "great shift" now is being interpreted as "the end."

    I stood in the very spot where the Mayans worked. I was in Xochicalco, Mexico, in 2007, about 38 kms (24 miles) southwest of Cuernavaca. It is there where I met Jorge Baez, a scholar who has actually duplicated much of what the Mayans were seeing in the very observatories they used in those archeological digs. On one of the walls of a small pyramid, the Mayans wrote glyphs of what they had discovered, and what the great shift and energy cycles were all about. Nowhere did they indicate the earth was coming to an end. Instead, they spoke of one of the highest vibrations to return, and be amplified, that the earth had ever seen. It was to align with the Galactic alignment in December 2012 (their calculations). I was there and had the glyphs translated! That's what they say.

    Jorge Baez has written one of the first of many 2012 books, called The Vital Energy of Movement: The Secret of 2012. (It's only in Spanish at the moment.) But his findings were the same as the Mayans - that we have a shift coming, and it's going to represent a slow Human consciousness change. The other shifts they predicted (according to Jorge's book) showed the up and down cycles they identified and now have been correlated with the dark ages and the Renaissances of our past. This is the subject of his book. He also can read their glyphs (he did, for me) and their predictions are about Gaia vibration, not catastrophe. My opinion is that this shift has already begun.

    The Mayan calendar ended there. Many make a big deal about that. What if this was not intentional? You should know that the Mayans gave us some minor prophesies about dates that were beyond 2012 (with dates written in the style of their calendar). Clearly they were not through with the calendar or they would not have done this. The reasons for their demise are still unknown today, but it happened fast. Perhaps they were not through at all? Perhaps whatever removed their civilization so quickly also stopped their calendar? But because it stops at the Galactic alignment, it's easy to say that it's the end of time. However, we say that it's the end of an old time and it's the beginning of a new consciousness for the planet... Mayan information.

    By the way, something else you don't hear: This 2012 alignment is really off by about 5.5 degrees. It has been more closely computed in recent years using modern computers and telescopes, and (ready?) it has already happened! This is due to an error that the Mayans had in their calculations. They said that the event occurs every 25,627 years. It actually occurs every 25,800 years - not bad for no telescopes, huh? So the 2012 date is actually not a full alignment at all. It's close, but it's off a bit. The precise alignment of the solstice point (the precise center-point of the body of the sun as viewed from earth) with the Galactic equator was calculated to occur in 1998 (Jean Meeus, Mathematical Astronomy Morsels, 1997). Did anything significant happen then? I would say so... like the fall of the Soviet Union!

    Will we have shift? Yes! We're already experiencing it. Doom? Not from the Mayan's writings. In all fairness to the others who built Xochicalco, the Toltecs and the Aztecs also had their observations, and also knew of the stars. They contributed to what the Mayans finally got credit for - a very uplifting, esoteric message about 2012.

    Now, you didn't get that on the History or Discovery Channel, did you? Good news doesn't sell stuff. Too bad.

    I want to alert you to some of the methods of the writers of these documentaries. Notice that they are scored with scary music and the majority of the images you see are of storms, famine, Great Depression stuff, and major catastrophe. That's just the beginning; they are very, very selective on what they report and do not report.

    On the Nostradamus special on the History Channel, my good friends Gregg Braden and John Petersen (of the Arlington Institute) were interviewed. According to John, some of the best things he said were never seen - just cut out. Both men are credible scientists/historians and both told about a coming shift and gave good science. Neither of them said it would be the end of the earth. But having them on the screen was credible for the rest of the documentary, and that's often how this game is played.

    Back in 1999, these same television enterprises trotted out Nostradamus and gave dire predictions about the coming millennium Armageddon. Back then, they had the Bible to back them up and also quoted from all parts of Revelations about the end times. One of the quatrains of Nostradamus (3.2) was quoted as "Because of the heat like that of the sun on the sea, the fish around Negrepont will be half-cooked." This, of course, was interpreted as nuclear attack.

    Now, for all those who have been asleep for eight years, that didn't happen. Instead, we got something that was never in any quatrain - the fall of the Soviet empire, the bringing down of the Berlin Wall, and the beginning of capitalism in Russia. There was no Armageddon. Last night, I couldn't believe that they were using the same quatrain about the heat of the sun on the sea. But now, it's for global warming! Did they think nobody would notice?

    Here are some issues you won't find in the documentaries, things that changed everything we know about "the way things were supposed to be."

    (1) Where is the Nostradamus quatrain for the fall of the Soviet Union?

    (2) Where is the Nostradamus quatrain for the Berlin Wall coming down?

    (3) Where is the Nostradamus quatrain for 9/11? Important, don't you think?

    (4) Where is the Nostradamus quatrain for the election of a man of color to the White House? Very significant for our time, don't you think?

    Each of these things is "against all odds" and yet was never mentioned in Nostradamus or the Bible. Each one of these things has, and will, affect us all for a very long time.

    Futurists talk about the "wild card." This is something inserted into prophesy that either wasn't supposed to be there or that developed under the radar. For 20 years, Kryon has told us that this wild card was the Harmonic Convergence of 1987. This was when we started a shift of thinking, and a shift of consciousness. It has moved all prophesy off the mark of where it was supposed to go.

    One of the items that the documentaries speak of is the famine that will occur in 2012, even cannibalism on a grand scale. They speak about a scorched earth, supposedly caused by global warming. There were recorded remarks from meteorologists that every summer is warmer than the last and has been for a number of years. Nobody interviewed them about cold (or they did, and cut it)! Are you aware that every winter is also colder than the former one? Are you aware of the figures they are now giving for parts of the Pacific ocean that are colder than ever? This is not subtle, for it's actually bringing back a great portion of the microbial life that is needed for recovery of some of our fish.

    Kryon has spoken over and over about how we are in the beginnings of a mini ice age. This also happened in the 1400s, but you don't hear many speaking about it. Record keeping wasn't that great back then, and we had no ability to coordinate global information as we do today. Yet we went through it then and survived. Kryon tells us that we have sped up the vibration of the planet, and that the results are the weather changes. It's part of a water cycle that we have seen before, not something sudden or that foretells the end. Back in 1989, he clearly told us about this weather shift. But for Armageddon Week, it's a surprise, and it's all part of global warming and the end of the earth (according to the documentaries you are seeing). Want to see what some Russian scientists are saying? ***

    Here is something else nobody ever thinks about: What if the quatrains of Nostradamus were all accurate, and what if we hadn't somehow voided all the prophesies of the year 2000 (which we did)? That means we would have had a nuclear exchange. That's what Nostradamus indicated and also what was said in Revelations (according to Hal Lindsey). Let's think about it. Where would we be now in 2008? The answer is that we would be in bad shape! Only seven or eight years would have passed and we probably still would be dying of radiation and scratching for food. The very thought of it is appalling. But what if?

    If that were the case, then some of the rest of the predictions start to make more sense. They describe an old earth that went through a nuclear war. With the confluence of shifting weather and other Earth potentials, there would indeed be famine on a grand scale... certainly war, and something that might even wipe out all Human life. But we are NOT in that condition. What changed it? We did, and it's obvious that we didn't go through with the prophesy of 2000. This is the wild card.

    Do you understand what I'm saying? The fear and drama mongers are cobbling together the best doom circus they can. They use old energy prophesies that they have reinterpreted after the last doom didn't happen, but now they have the Galactic alignment to make it look even more believable. They even are using good authors who are historians and scientists to back up their claims, which are not really what many of the authors believe at all.

    By the way, the Galactic alignment is a relative event. It's something "as observed from Earth." It's relative to how we see things. I just want to set it straight for those who don't follow astronomy and think that the center of the galaxy is suddenly going to move or shift. It's not. It's only an observation from where we stand.

    Now, I'm not finished. Let's briefly discuss something else Kryon has told us, and something that now has some proof. Doom and gloom, death and destruction have very profound energy. It often creates planetary change through sorrow and/or compassion. This we know. But Kryon has indicated something we don't really understand much about. He says that there is often a residual of potential that can stay, even after we move off the course we were on. This residual is so potent that all the seers can pick it up and actually "see" it as current. It's so potent that it can be measured by the very machines that Princeton University set up regarding the Global Consciousness Project, which sense Human consciousness shifting right before an event.

    In October of last year, many of these "bells and whistles" went off. We had predictions from many sources (even Kryon) telling us to hold on and not to fear October. Futurists groups, who engage psychics for research, told us that something was going to happen. Then the "bots" went off - including the ones from Princeton. Wow, we were really expecting something big. Too many sources from too many unrelated areas were telling us this. Perhaps you also heard that there was going to be a "galactic landing"? We were supposed to be finally visited by ETs who would identify themselves, and on and on it went. Something was in the air!

    Well, October 13/14 came and went and nothing happened, nothing at all. Or did it? Nothing seemed to happen on the Harmonic Convergence of 1987 either, but now we know it did. Could it be that we sensed what might have happened, but it didn't? Did we go through a shift anyway, but without any earth catastrophe? Kryon says both.

    You can't deny that something was in the air, yet whatever it was didn't happen. It was worldwide and those of us in the metaphysical business heard about it from many, many sources - some very reliable. Yet nothing happened.

    I say to you that there is far more here than meets the eye or that can be explained in a TV documentary that is filled with exploitation and purpose to intentionally create drama. Don't buy into all this stuff. Honor the facts and laugh at the obvious manipulation in full HD.

    The big news is that we are slowly changing the very fabric of what you and I thought was unchangeable. We are pruning our economy away from greed to make it stronger. We have elected a man that could never be elected by those of our parents' time. These are the true signs of the time. We are the wild card.

    Armageddon Week? Come on. What's next? Meteor Strike Week? Then perhaps we can have "Famine Week" followed by "Cannibalism Is Next!" week.

    Yawn! Get out your lawn chairs and enjoy the Doom Factory. There will be far more of this coming. Wait until you see the first-run movies! There will be lots of special effects about Earth's demise - probably lots of water and fire, I suppose. Bruce Willis or Tom Cruise just have to be involved in there somewhere! (Smile)

    It's just like the Millennium, folks. When 2012 comes and goes, we can move on to the next realization: We changed it all and got through some shifts. We are still here, changing the consciousness of the planet in ways that will eventually make almost every doom prediction from every prophet seem like something that will always belong on a tabloid cover, and not anything really believable again.

    Lee Carroll

    "Spirit would never bring you to this place of high vibration, Lightworker, just to plough you under like so much dirt. You are actively involved in creating an energy on this planet that will eventually create healing and peace that you have never seen before. Two generations from now, you will not recognize this place, for there will be talk of "putting things together" instead of tearing them apart. The old energy leaders will be gone and a new generation of conceptual thinkers will be in place." - Kryon


    * The Galactic Alignment is the alignment of the December solstice sun with the Galactic equator. This alignment occurs as a result of the precession of the equinoxes.

    Precession is caused by the earth wobbling very slowly on its axis and shifts the position of the equinoxes and solstices one degree every 71.5 years. Because the sun is one-half of a degree wide, it will take the December solstice sun 36 years to precess through the Galactic equator.

    This 26,000-year precessional cycle shifts the apparent position of the sun, on the December solstice, backward through the signs of the zodiac. This leads to the observation (as viewed from the earth) that the December solstice sun is moving "around" the Galactic Center, coming into alignment with it once every 26,000 years. This is the galactic alignment. It is a name given to a relative perception of the stars while observing from the earth.


    *** "Earth on the brink of an ice age."
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