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Chiefly Summons

Chiefly Summons

I am not found of chiefly summons. I am not against them either, but I am just not found of them.

As a target one of the first things that I am having to learn is patience. It’s a virtue that many targets are having to learn, that is at times the ways things have to be.

There was a time in my life that I had a question, one that I desperately wanted to know the answer to, ofcourse that was the Gang Stalking thing. Even though I wanted and needed desperately to know the answer, I was not ready.

The time I became ready I prayed, I prepared for any scenario and that scenario did come, Gang Stalking has been unlike anything ever dreamed of or imagined, this creepy system of control. People going out of their way to destroy the lives of innocent people. A network of citizen informants, well on their way to being established in many cities. I thought this was the strangest, creepiest, worst thing that I would ever come across. In some ways it has been in others not.

Since that time, I have come across scenarios in spirit that I find worst than Gang Stalking in some ways, I was able to move past those scenarios, rescue came in the most unexpected way, when I had in many ways tried just about every thing under the sun.

I often think that there is nothing that will come at me stranger than Gang Stalking, nothing that I will be so unprepared for, that I will wish to delay knowing the answer to, that I will once again need a time of denial, or preparation, but again I am often proven wrong.

I get the odd scenario being thrown at me from time to time, scenarios which if I am honest with myself, I sometimes don’t want to know the answer to, because they are capable of creating such a shock to the system, that I must have a certain degree of preparation time. People are so apt to take offense to this, when there is absolutely no offense meant, and absolutely no offence intended.

I trust my own judgements and perceptions, I like to take council with myself before I do with any other, with the exception of God. I did this with the Gang Stalking thing as well. Not having a clue about the informant network, it was well that I trusted my own judgements, questioned those offline and online, who seemed to be lying in some cases, and issuing misinformation in others. It took sometime, but I did finally stumble across the truth, and in time shared it with others who needed to know. They had a right and need to know for their own survival as well.

For anyone who has read my blog, they know that the last several years of my life have been spent surviving, not so much living, but surviving. Trying to find solutions to a difficult situation.

Often others think that they know more about my own life than on do. Here on this realm, I like to think that I know more about my life than others, I might someday be proven wrong, I leave that possibility open, and am prepared for most eventualities.

In spirit I think others often feel that they know more about what is happening than I do, and they may well be right. There are times that I am so far out of tune with my spirit, that I do not connect for days, weeks, months at a time, other times that I wish to connect, but can not. It’s not a perfect science. Meditations and prayers do help, but are not always perfect.

Anyways if people often interpret actions, specifically mine incorrectly at times, I find that is based on the individual, more so than on anything I do. People see offence where there is none, they see being put off, or placed on hold, when there is only seeking time to determine the correct answers and not jumping the gun, or making the wrong determinations. Many people I find are like this, and are impatient, like to jump the gun, and make assumptions, people must do what suits them.

Till then, I have my own way of doing things, things that have worked for me, procedures which I trust. When I have answers and solutions which I trust, I will often share that with those that need to know, the moment I know, and when it is safe to do so, beyond that, everyone has their own ways of doing things, everyone I find most often do what is best for them.

Till then I think I have had all the shocks to my system that it can handle for a time, and when I can handle anymore I will have the answer to a couple questions that I seek, but I know that I do not wish to know the answers to for the time being. We all have ways that we cope with unusual circumstances. I have been dealing with so many different and varied ones, I would not know where to begin. I have as many as I can balance right at this moment, the moment I can balance anymore, and have all the answers that I seek, when I am in a state of readyiness, the truth will come, I suspect the whole truth, but till then my system has all that it’s willing to take on for the moment.

August 11, 2010 Posted by | Astral Plane, Awareness, Conspiracy, Controlled society, Gang Stalking | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Virgin Birth

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/10/081010-shark-virgin-birth-2.html

Ok. I know that you are all as fascinated by this subject matter as I am, not. Still it’s a really interesting subject. The correct term for it is parthenogenesis. This means a female egg will self fertilize without the presence of a male and she will give birth.

This has been know to happening with insects, amphibians and reptiles. Usually this happens after long periods without the presence of any males. Recently just to show you how far behind our science is, they realised that sharks have this ability, maybe not all sharks, but at least two species, including the hammerhead shark.

A female shark that had been in an aquarium died, and upon autopsy it showed that she was carrying a fully formed pup. Neat.

Could this happen in other species? Probably, but since science has not been looking for virgin births, when they see it, they probably attribute it to other things, such as long term sperm storage, yeah. If you are not looking for proof of a phenomenon, how can you prove it’s existence?

So if this happens with sharks, reptiles, and other amphibians could it ever happen with mammals? With this is an interesting question, and I don’t know if they are looking into this, because their science tells them that it’s not likely, that is of course until it happens. If you are not looking for a phenomenon, then you won’t recognise it even if it does happen.

The problem with mammals is of course by their very nature, they often take care of their young, and many live in communal groups, whales, bats, humans, etc, so the circumstances that would bring about  parthenogenesis in other species probably does not present itself as readily in mammals.

I think it’s interesting and something that science should try to look into. Since we know that when this happens the offspring has fused chromosomes of the mother, then we could genetically test mammals to see if this phenomenon had happened in any species that exist alone for long periods of time. Here is the story about the shark and it gives you a lot to think about.

[quote]Chapman and his colleagues generated a DNA fingerprint for the mother shark and her pup fetus with a procedure identical to a human paternity test.

Ordinarily, a shark’s DNA contains some genetic material from its mother and some from its father. Tidbit’s pup, however, was not ordinary.

“Every part of the fingerprint of the embryo comes from the mother,” Chapman said. “In other words, there is no genetic material from a father.”
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Since we now know that this does happen in nature, what we don’t know are what are the mechanism that trigger this effect? Is it a rear occurrence or something programed in all genetics to keep the species going? There are a lot of unanswered questions, because if you know what triggers the process, then you can say if it could happen in other species.

[quote]Examples have been documented in komodo dragons, pythons, rattlesnakes, chickens, and turkeys. [/quote]

This article is saying that parthenogenesis would not be possible with humans, but I don’t believe that for a second. Until we understand more about the process, what triggers it, and how do we know what the cells would be capable of? All humans start off as female embryos, and then with the male hormone they become male vs female. How do we know what processes would kick in under these circumstances in nature? Currently however science has not reported parthenogenesis in any mammals, but till a couple of years ago, they had not reported anything in sharks either, and thought that it was impossible, till it happened.

[quote]Parthenogenesis is not possible in humans because if all the genetic material comes from the mother, certain genes will be switched off, and the embryo won’t develop.

“For sharks in captivity, [parthenogenesis
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http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn4909

[quote]A mammal that is the daughter of two female parents has been created for the first time.

Until now such a feat had been considered biologically impossible. But the mouse, called Kaguya, was born without the involvement of any sperm or male cell – only female eggs were needed.

In the same way that the birth of Dolly the sheep in 1997 shattered the dogma that an adult cell could never be reprogrammed to make a new individual, the fact that Kaguya lives challenges another one of long-held rule: that two mammals of the same sex cannot combine their genomes to give rise to viable offspring.
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If we can do this in the lab, why could this not naturally occur in nature, when we see that there is a natural process in nature that does make this possible for other species? Could it be that we are not looking?
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/the-mouse-that-roared-virgin-birth-560837.html

[quote]The mouse was generated from two unfertilised eggs and its birth has demonstrated for the first time that it is possible for mammals to be born by the “virgin birth” phenomenon of parthenogenesis.

Scientists said the mouse developed normally to adulthood and had offspring of its own by normal sexual reproduction, showing parthenogenesis could work on warm-blooded mammals, including humans.
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What we need to do to set science on it’s ears once more is to find the process working in nature, which I do believe is fully possible. Again however, we need to know more about what starts the process, so that we can look for optimum circumstances where that can be achieved? Is it just removing males from the environment for long periods of time? Does the female need to be isolated also? Are all creature capable of this, or just some special ones within the species? What tells the process internally to start?

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/belfast-team-discover–virgin-birth-13444103.html

[quote]Dr Paulo Prodohl, head of the Queen’s research team, said: “The findings were really surprising because as far as anyone knew, all sharks reproduced only sexually by a male and female mating, requiring the embryo to get DNA from both parents for full development, just like in mammals.

“The discovery that sharks can reproduce asexually by parthenogenesis now changes this paradigm, leaving mammals as the only major vertebrate where this form of reproduction has not been seen.”

Parthenogenesis – where females give birth to fully formed young without their eggs being fertilised by a male – has very occasionally been seen in some vertebrate groups such as birds, reptiles and amphibians, but has never before been seen in major vertebrate lines such as mammals or sharks.

The most likely form of parthenogenesis leads to less genetic diversity in the infant than the mother, leading to fears that genetic diversity could be eroding in shark populations if females have difficulty finding mates.

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Till science can answer these questions conclusively, I don’t think it’s fair for them to presume what is and what is not possible at this stage, because we don’t know enough about what starts the process, we just know that it is capable of happening.

December 12, 2008 Posted by | Science | , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments