Darwin was most probably right in his evolutional theory and the creation of mankind. We are biological animals and the evolutional process is clear to see. This however does not prove or explain away GOD, or the possibility or indeed the over whelming probability that consciousness/sole exists.

Humans are different distinct from the rest of the animal kingdom here is where Darwin stops and can offer no further insights and Religion/philosophy picks up and attempts to explain or search for our meaning. The sole could have existed before humans and our biological evolution and we will continue to exist in an ever expanding push through this dimension. We are not our thoughts, ideas, or experiences. Our bodies are just biological computers that last for 70 or 80 years, some time less. We are much older than that. Heaven is real, just not forever and it’s a choice. One state does not discount many others. I look at it as the afterlife of heaven in the Biblical and other books sense could be an invitation to hang out with God. The alternative doses not neccerialy mean an absence of God but rather a multitude of dimensions. All have the opportunity to contact the source or God and exist in other forms. If one wants to use logic if indeed Logic can be applied then God has to be bigger and exponentially more complex than simple duality’s. One Heaven or One Hell.

Again not one or Two, but rather Three, Four, Five, six ect


So Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and others are just as correct as any other idea that talks of continuation after death. A just different translation FROM the same, Source, sometimes a little gets lost in translation. Of course we also have to factor in mans attempt to corrupt, impose and mislead.

I make no claim this is fact, or channeled from any higher source or dimension, but an idea that popped into my head last night that I felt compelled to Hurley write down before I forgot. This perhaps will explain why it may not make any sense. But it does to me. : )


Greg Dyke in BBC ‘Conspiracy’ Claim

‘The BBC is part of a “conspiracy” preventing the “radical changes” needed to UK democracy, the corporation’s former director general has said. Greg Dyke told a Lib Dem conference meeting he wanted a commission to look into the “whole political system”. But he said: “I fear it will never happen because I fear the political class will stop it”.’

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Big Pharma Pushing Virus Theory for Blood Pressure: Thinly-Veiled Attempt to Push ‘Blood Pressure Vaccine’

‘A new study suggesting that a common virus might play a role in hypertension has some suggesting that a vaccine might be developed against high blood pressure. Researchers from Harvard Medical School found in laboratory studies that the herpes variant cytomegalovirus (CMV), carried in the body of 60 to 99 percent of people worldwide, increases blood vessel inflammation and causes high blood pressure in mice. “Some cases of hypertension might be treated or prevented by antiviral therapy or a vaccine against CMV,” researcher Clyde Crumpacker said.’

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International Monetary Fund to Sell Over 403 Tons of Gold to Depress Gold Prices and Boost Stocks

‘The International Monetary Fund said its executive board endorsed the sale of 403 tons of gold, worth an estimated 13 billion dollars, to boost its lending capacity to poor countries.

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 Monday, 21 September 2009




Paralysed Cancer Vaccine Girl to be Put on At-Risk Register ‘To Shut Her Up’

‘A mother who is planning legal action against a pharmaceutical giant – claiming her daughter was left partially paralysed after having an anti-cancer vaccine – has been told the teenager is to be put on the social services ‘at-risk’ register.

Cheryl Cave says allegations that she is abusing her 13-year-old daughter Ashleigh are an attempt to ‘shut her up’ as she is demanding an investigation into the safety of a drug used to protect girls against the HPV virus that causes cervical cancer. Ashleigh collapsed shortly after being given the jab at school and has spent nearly a year in hospital.

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Big Pharma Fabricates ‘Female Sexual Dysfunction’ to Sell More Drugs

‘Female sexual dysfunction was wholly created by drug companies hoping to make even bigger money off women than they have off men.’

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‘The European Union is developing a 21st century panopticon, a beast surveillance system that critics describe as “Orwellian,” “sinister,” and “positively chilling,” that would collate data from numerous sources, including surveillance cameras and personal computers, in order to detect “abnormal behavior” across the entire continent.

In a broader sense, this is part of the move towards creating a pan-European federal police force, where information and powers are shared as part of a centralized system. It is also a giant step towards the creation of a European CIA tasked not with keeping tabs on foreign enemies, but spying on its own population.

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See Project Indect here…

The average age of the world’s greatest civilizations has been two hundred years.
These nations have progressed through this sequence:

1.    From bondage to spiritual faith;

2.    from spiritual faith to great courage;

3.    from courage to liberty;

4.    from liberty to abundance;

5.    from abundance to selfishness;

6.    from selfishness to complacency;

7.    from complaceny to apathy;
<—– you are here

8.    from apathy to dependence;

9.    from dependency back again into bondage.

Sir Alex Fraser Tyler: (1742-1813) Scottish jurist and historian


A example of the last 200 years from 1808 to


present. We are in decline.!



1808: The British West Africa Squadron was established by the

Royal Navy to suppress illegal slave trading along the West African

coast after the abolition of the slave trade in 1807. By 1865, nearly

 150,000 people had been freed by the Squadron’s anti-slavery

operations. The Squadron continued its work until the early 20th



The first public steam railway ran between the north eastern towns of Stockton and

Darlington. This ushered in the ‘Railway Age’, with the building of an extensive railway

network in Britain providing a fast and economical means of transport and communication.


Robert Peel sets up the Metropolitan Police

The first public steam railway ran between the north eastern towns of Stockton and

Darlington. This ushered in the ‘Railway Age’, with the building of an extensive railway

network in Britain providing a fast and economical means of transport and communication.

1834 New Poor Law reforms Britain’s social security system

In 1832, a Royal Commission into the Poor Law recommended changes to the system of parish

 poor relief. Many of its recommendations were incorporated into the Poor Law Amendment

Act of 1834. This statute maintained outdoor relief (relief given outside a workhouse), but led

to more central control of the system.


New Poor Law reforms Britain’s social security system


Income tax was levied for the first time during peace by Sir Robert Peel’s Conservative

government at a rate of 7d (three pence) in the pound. The tax threshold was an income of

£150 per year, thus exempting virtually all the working classes. The tax was not extended to

famine-torn Ireland until 1853. Direct taxation was unpopular in Victorian Britain.

 Many 19th-century finance ministers toyed with the idea of abolishing income tax, but it proved too convenient and too lucrative to lose.


1918 Limited numbers of women are given the vote for the first time

The Representation of the People Act enfranchised all men over the age of 21, and propertied

women over 30. The electorate increased to 21 million, of which 8 million were women, but it excluded working class women who mostly failed the property qualification.


1929: Wall Street Crash sparks the Great Depression


The crash of the American Wall Street financial markets in 1929 crippled the economies of the

 US and Europe, resulting in the Great Depression. In Britain, unemployment had peaked just

below three million by 1932. It was only with rearmament in the period immediately before

the outbreak of World War Two that the worst of the Depression could be said to be over.

1939~: Britain declares war on Germany in response to the invasion of Poland


On 1 September, German forces invaded Poland. Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain still

hoped to avoid declaring war on Germany, but a threatened revolt in the cabinet and strong

public feeling that Hitler should be confronted forced him to honour the Anglo-Polish Treaty. Britain was at war with Germany for the second time in 25 years.


1945: Britain celebrates the end of war on Victory in Europe Day

German forces had been utterly defeated by the end of April 1945. Adolf Hitler committed

suicide on 30 April as Soviet forces closed in on his Berlin bunker. The German Grand Admiral

Karl Dönitz surrendered to Allied General Dwight Eisenhower in France on 7 May. The

following day was officially celebrated in Britain as Victory in Europe Day. The entire country

came to a standstill as people celebrated the end of war.

1973 Britain joins the European Economic Community


Britain, Ireland and Denmark joined the European Economic Community (EEC), bringing the

total number of member states to nine. The three countries, together with Norway, signed an

accession treaty in 1972, but Norwegians rejected the treaty in a referendum. Britain held a

referendum on the matter in 1975, after renegotiating its terms of entry, and 67% voted in favour of staying in the EEC.

1997: Tony Blair had become leader of the Labour Party in 1994 after the sudden death of John

 Smith. Blair continued the modernisation of the party begun by Smith. Voters responded to

‘New Labour’ in the 1997 election, giving the party a huge majority of 179 seats. One of the new

Labour government’s first acts was to give the Bank of England control of interest rates. It also

 embarked on a programme of far-reaching constitutional reform.

2001:British forces contributed to the initial US military strikes against the Islamic

fundamentalist Taleban regime in Afghanistan – the first retaliation to the terrorist attacks of

‘9/11’. The Taleban, who had allowed the terrorist organisation al-Qaeda to use Afghanistan as a

 base, was overthrown and replaced with a US-backed administration. Coalition forces,

including British troops, remain in Afghanistan. Osama Bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader

responsible for the ‘9/11’ attacks, was not found.