Something To Think About On A Sunday by Mitch Santell
George Harrison had a profound influence on me more than the other 3 Beatles.
George Harrison, the Beatles’ lead guitarist and the composer of several of the group’s most beautiful songs including “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and “Something,” died Thursday at a friend’s home in Los Angeles. He was 58.
Mr. Harrison had surgery for throat cancer in 1998 and was treated for lung cancer and a brain tumor this year. He lived in Friar Park, a Victorian mansion in Henley-on-Thames, England, and had a home in Hana, Hawaii.
His wife, Olivia, and son, Dhani, 24, were with him when he died at the home of Gavin De Becker, a longtime friend.
“He left this world as he lived in it, conscious of God, fearless of death, and at peace, surrounded by family and friends,” the Harrison family said in a statement. “He often said, `Everything else can wait but the search for God cannot wait,’ and `love one another.’ “
But the Luciferians’ main weakness is that they underestimate the human spirit. Last fall the Mill Valley, California City Council voted unanimously to ban 5G from their city of 14,000 in Marin County north of San Francisco. A week later, a major columnist for PC Today came out against the rollout of 5G. Brussels & Switzerland have banned it.
Meanwhile, the 2018 Farm Bill sailed through both House & Senate with bi-partisan support. Hidden in the bill was a provision which would allow 5G cell towers every 250 feet in all rural areas of the US. This federal law with override any attempt by local cities, counties or states to ban 5G.
The telecommunications industry is now the biggest lobbying group in Washington. The passage of the 1996 Telecommunications Act gave the industry immunity from liability related to EMF radiation affects on our health and wide berth when it comes to building out 5G infrastructure. Already 5G is happening in Los Angeles, Denver, Colorado Springs, and Austin.
And who is building these 5G small cell towers for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, who are by no coincidence the most indebted corporations in the US? The leader of the pack is located on Fleet Street in the City of London and goes by the name Crown Castle. Chess anyone?
Crown Castle is the largest provider of wireless infrastructure in the US. It has constructed more than 40,000 cell towers and laid more than 60,000 miles of fiber supporting small cells. It owns, operates and leases towers and small cell solutions (SCS) in 92 of the top 100 US markets and every market in Australia.(http://fiber.crowncastle.com/our-network)
“Small cells” are small, inconspicuous wireless nodes most commonly installed on streetlights and utility poles that immediately improve 4G service by relieving strain on existing infrastructure, and will serve as the backbone for 5G networks by significantly expanding coverage and capacity.
Operating at much higher frequencies of between 50-90 GHz, 5G is 20 times faster than 4G, but also much deadlier.
Crown Castle International started as a British corporation and built 85% of the cell towers in the UK. At one point it acquired the broadcast and tower assets of the BBC. In 2005 Crown Castle UK was renamed National Grid Wireless. It has since changed its name to Arqiva.
It’s US operations were launched in 1992 with help from Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Partners. It’s US headquarters is in Houston. In 2014 it converted into a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Crown Castle owns Pinnacle, Global Signal, Modeo, Mobile Media and NextG Networks.
Their funding comes primarily from Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, Barclays, Credit Agricole, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Mitsubishi, Morgan Stanley and Bank of New York Mellon. These are the banks of the Eight Families City of London Federal Reserve cartel.
Crown Castle is a Crown Corporation. Its mission is to build out the network of 5G death/surveillance towers to complete the Illuminati’s AI smart grid which is designed to kill most of us and enslave the rest. Crown Corporation General Electric is building the smart meters and fluorescent/LED lighting for this grid.
America is under attack from the Crown. The same one we fought in 1776. Wake up!
Follow the example of Mill Valley, CA and resist 5G penetration into your community. The human spirit can overcome the deviance of the Luciferians, but we don’t have much time. Get busy exposing these inbreds and disobeying their directives.
The insights below come from Zen Habits in case you want to know where I got this.
*Side note: This site is terrific. It is free. You can hire the guy who writes it as an Executive Coach. That is your choice. Why do I love this site so much? The owner releases the copyright so that I can share his insights on my blog: https://zenhabits.net/uncopyright/
Six Habits that Lead to Groundedness
The basic habits that lead to this kind of resiliency, and a feeling of groundedness are things you can practice every single day:
Let ourselves feel it. When we’re feeling uncertainty, instead of rushing to solve it … or too distracting ourselves or comforting ourselves with food or shopping … we can let ourselves feel the uncertainty. I’m not talking about engaging in a narrative about what the uncertainty is like and why it’s so bad — but instead feeling it physically in your body. Where is the feeling located in your body? Can you give it some attention and curiosity? Can you stay with it for a few moments? This habit of letting ourselves feel the uncertainty and stress is transformative — every bit of anxiety becomes a place to practice, an opportunity to be present with ourselves. It becomes a chance to create a new relationship with our experience.
Learn that it’s OK to feel groundlessness. You are feeling anxiety because of the uncertainty of your situation. But that’s because uncertainty becomes a reason to freak out. What if, instead, we learned that this groundless, uncertain feeling is actually just fine? It might not be completely pleasant, but it’s nothing to panic about. In fact, it can be an opportunity to find joy and appreciation in the groundlessness — what is there to appreciate in this feeling of complete openness? Start to shift how you see and react to this groundlessness, embracing it rather than panicking about it.
Give ourselves love. In the middle of stress and uncertainty, instead of engaging in our old habits of shutting down or avoiding, of worrying and fretting … can we try a new habit of giving ourselves, love? This is a way of being compassionate and friendly with ourselves, no matter what we’re doing. It’s like giving love to a child who is in pain — the compassion and love pour out of our hearts. Can we practice this for ourselves?
Simplify by being fully present with one thing. We have so much going on that it can all be overwhelming. Can you simplify by focusing on just one thing right now? Trust that you’ll take care of the other things when it’s needed. Instead, be fully present with this single task. It can be something important, like working on that writing that you’ve been putting off for days. Or it can be something small, like washing this one dish or drinking this one cup of tea. Be fully with it, and savor the experience fully. This leads to a feeling of groundedness and helps us to not feel as frazzled.
Find the joy in being fully present and savoring. The item above, of simplifying by doing one thing, can feel like quite a shift for many of us. It might feel like a sacrifice, not constantly switching tasks and being on social media and checking phones. But it can be a way of opening up to the moment, treating yourself with a little focus, joyfully savoring whatever you’ve chosen to do with this moment of your life.
Learn to love being resilient. Resilience is a matter of saying “No Big Deal” to any kind of uncertainty that arises, of savoring and being present, of giving ourselves love and being present with whatever uncertainty is coming up for us. Resilience is not blowing everything up to End of the World level, just because it’s not under control. Resilience is feeling grounded in the middle of chaos (even if there’s stress present), and finding joy in being in that uncertainty. Resilience is taking a breath and then savoring that breath. It can be a beautiful thing if you learn to love it.
Try these habits today whenever you notice stress, anxiety, uncertainty. They take practice, but with time, they lead to a feeling of being centered and grounded.
Can you merge your private self with your public self? Can you step away from your own education and programming to see and feel more?
Yesterday was a most exciting day as I talked at length for over an hour with a listener of Zeph Daniel. What became very obvious to me within 10 minutes of being on the phone with this gentlemen is how divided America is in 2019. Can you say another civil war in 2024?
For those who read AfterHollywood.Online regularly, I’ve openly told you in numerous blog postings that you need to step away from “labels” and the “left/right” agenda.
There is only one way to blow out the New World Order which by the way is already here.
What do you do?
Answer: Vote with your money.
Why do I say that?
Answer:The purpose of 9/11 was to turn America from a constitutional republic into an empire.
Post-September 11th, all of a sudden you had to take off your shoes at the airport, empty your purse and your pockets as well as turn in all of your plastic bottles. Right?
While this was going on, I kept thinking to myself “American’s aren’t going to put up with this, they need to stop buying American Airlines and United Airlines plane tickets until they stop this stuff. Then the Government ramped it up by making people walk through scanners and then they had people from the TSA feeling up your crotch all in the name of safety.
Look what happened to the Gillette Company because men fought back:
Razor brand Gillette says it is “shifting the spotlight from social issues to local heroes” after an ad delving into “toxic masculinity” caused a customer backlash.
The new ad, which launched last week, stars Australian firefighter and personal trainer Ben Ziekenheiner. “I’ve been a firefighter for 19 years,” Mr Ziekenheiner says in the ad…
…In January, Gillette sparked an online firestorm and boycott threats with an ad about the #MeToo movement challenging men to “shave their toxic masculinity”. The ad, which depicted various scenes of men bullying and catcalling women, asked, “Is this the best a man can get? Is it?”
The “We Believe” ad was labelled by some in the media as an “attack on men”, but others praised the brand for starting a “conversation”. In May, Gillette followed up with an ad featuring a father teaching his transgender son how to shave for the first time.
While the “First Shave” ad was generally well received, it was widely seen as Gillette doubling down on its push into social issues. In response to one Facebook comment, the company said, “We believe brands play a role in influencing culture and have a responsibility to use their voice for good.”
Pressed on whether Gillette would continue to talk about divisive issues like toxic masculinity, Mr Airan repeated, “We will continue to represent men at their best. This is our purpose and has been our purpose consistently for 118 years and that is not changing.”
All I hear all day long is how people just “Hate Trump.” President Donald J. Trump was a darling of the media and was created by them because the man is mediagenic. Obama was just as mediagenic as Trump and had this way of talking where he sounded great, but he didn’t say anything. Hey, if you don’t like something, don’t buy it!
The bottom line of this blog posting is that you can vote with your wallet!
I’ll leave you with one final thing. Ready?
Here are the top six benefits of keeping an open mind!
FREEDOM FROM CONTROL
An open mind frees you from having to be in complete control of everything you experience. By allowing for new points of view and new experiences, you open yourself up to new thoughts, and you challenge the beliefs you currently have. While this might sound a bit unnerving (particularly if you feel very strongly about your beliefs), it’s actually quite liberating to experience the world with an open mind.
NEW, LIBERATING EXPERIENCES
Keeping your mind open to new ideas almost always keeps your heart open to new experiences. This doesn’t mean you’re going to engage in acts that counter your current beliefs, but it does mean you’re likely to experience things you’ve never encountered before, and these new experiences will either help shift your current beliefs or remind you why those values are so essential to who you are.
Vulnerability sounds intimidating, but it’s actually one of the greatest things you can experience — and it’s often the result of having an open mind. By opening your mind to the world around you (and others’ points of view), you’re admitting that there are possibilities you may not have considered before. This admission — while terrifying at times — is liberating and exhilarating.
Mistakes probably sound like something you don’t want to have more of in your life, but they’re, in fact, a wonderful side effect of opening your mind. Striving to see life from others’ perspectives allows you to not only recognize potential mistakes you’ve made in the past, but also to be open to the idea that you may make more mistakes in the future. Mistakes are part of life, and the acceptance of them is one of the greatest benefits of open-mindedness.
An open mind provides a platform on which you can build, piling new idea on top of old. It allows you to learn and experience new things, and these experiences can build on (and enhance) old believes. Every experience you have strengthens who you are and what you believe in, but it’s very difficult to experience novel things if you don’t keep an open mind.
Those who are open-minded have the greatest confidence. Why? Because they possess a strong sense of self. They are not confined by their own believes, but, instead, are open to their own values, as well as those of others. And the more open-minded they continue to be, the more they come to understand themselves and the world around them. If you want to be confident, stay open-minded.
Even with the knowledge of these brilliant benefits, keeping an open mind can be a challenge. For some, it comes as effortlessly as breathing. For others, it may be something they have to work hard to attain. This often has a lot to do with how you were raised (as well as what your personality type is), but regardless of your background or personal traits, don’t give up on open-minded thinking. There are so many advantages to living life with an open mind, and the effort it takes to cultivate open-mindedness will be well worth the rewards you will reap.
Make this Your Day and Screw The World If Others Don’t Get You!
Analog Remaster/ Digital Stereo From The Motion Picture: Jungle Fever (c)1991 UMG/ Universal Music @ All rights reserved.
This is fun day Yours and my day This is fun day, dee ooh, wee ooh This is fun day On a fine day When the air is filled with tweeting birds that sing together in the sun This is your day Yours and my day When you feel the joy of children playing, laughing from dust till dawn On a day like this you share your joy with everyone Share your peace, and share your joy, and share your love
This is fun day On a fine day When you feel the urge of getting up to start-up with the break of dawn This is your day Yours and my day When you turn on your radio and hear the DJ playing your favorite song On a day like this not even bad can rub you wrong Cause you say it’s okay cause it’s your day
I’m gonna go out to the park Where you feel the joy in every heart That’s what I need to start each day off right Oh, I’ll find a place for you and me Underneath the shade of a lover’s tree Fun day should be each day in all our lives
This is fun day Yours and my day This is fun day, dee ooh, wee ooh
This is love day A celebration A day on every calendar that’s set aside for everyone to give This is your day Such a fun day I cannot believe a day like this has come that’s if this really is I’m so very proud to say that for this day I’ve lived To see your peace, to see your joy, and to see your love
I’m gonna go out to the park Where you feel the joy in every heart That’s what I need to start this day off right
Oh, I’ll find a place for you and me Underneath the shade of a lover’s tree Fun day should be each day in all our lives
This is love day A celebration A day on every calendar that’s set aside for everyone to give
It’s party time for the guys in the tower of Babel Sodom meet Gomorrah, Cain meet Abel Have a ball y’all See the letches crawl With the call girls under the table Watch them dig their graves `Cause Jesus don’t save the guys In the tower of Babel
I deleted my Facebook account in June 2018. Jill followed suit shortly thereafter. I have also deleted my Twitter account. The damage done to society by these DARPA Mossad psyops can not even be measured. What passes for social media is, in fact, a methodology developed by the Illuminati banksters to tear long-existing social structures apart.
Through social media and the internet our privacy has been annihilated, our real friendships compromised and our authenticity sacrificed at the alter of the borg/hive mentality. Two camps full of idiots have been penned up by the Luciferian herders.
There are those who think Trump is our savior, that Q-Anon is real and that any day now we’ll be emancipated from our bondage by the billionaire class. Worse yet is the camp full of liberal gatekeeper politically-correct intolerant haters, who are triggered to delirium every time the word “Trump” appears on their precious TV or computer screens.
Those who have not enthusiastically accepted this dumbed-down dualistic mental and emotional imprisonment are few and far between.
A corporation called Crown Castle continues to silently erect more 5G towers so as to reinforce and expand the blathering reach of the camp-ridden drones, who are now witting minions of the Babylonian money changer handlers in their quest to create of new Ministry of Truth constructed of nothing but lies.
A corporation called GE continues to install “smart meters” on our homes, while it replaces our good incandescent orange light bulbs with mercury-filled white fluorescents – all under the guise of “saving the environment”.
Both corporations are Crown Agents, working officially for the City of London Corporation – the old Black Nobility construct which was launched via the 11th century Magna Carta Agreement.
To facilitate their demonic victory the bloodline families are using “social” media and the internet generally as a disruptive force to create chaos, disunity, pettiness, reactionary behavior, depression, isolation, lack of confidence and discernment, violence and outright evil.
They are literally constructing a new Tower of Babel. They are scrambling, usurping and distorting our language. With that comes the destruction of strong character and real intelligence.
Their chemtrails, smart meters, GMO foods, and fluoridated water simply make the construction of the tower easier. When people are weakened they make bad decisions.
It’s time for all conscious people to take a stand against the continued construction of this new Tower of Babel. Get off Facebook and all social media “platforms” (whatever that means). There are no good ones because the model itself is evil. Cut back your time on the internet significantly.
Call and visit your real friends and family more and establish deeper relationships in the real world. Spend lots of time outside, preferably in natural areas. Get plenty of sunlight to counter their fake blue light (special) rollout. You need Vitamin D to think straight.
The collapse that we are experiencing now has been in place for a long time. In the past, there are always cycles for these things. You have to use discernment, and you have to assume that everything you know is wrong. Why do I write that? This cycle is different and has already gone rogue.
Over the next 3 years, you will see and witness things in your own life that are going to blow your mind, mark my words on this.
The biggest battle you are going to have is in your own head as your own “Cognitive Dissonance” screams out at you.
Yesterday I had a most interesting conversation with a dear friend of mine whom I have known since 1974. My friend gave me all the technical details of why the stock market dropped over 800 points.
Electricity, Water & Deliveries
What do you mean?
When they turn off the power, you can’t turn on and faucet and the truck deliveries stop, we are all in for a big awakening.
The most important thing I tell my family and friends is that you must work harder on yourself than anything else because you are really going to know how to tap dance over the next few moments of humanity. So while your peers may attempt to use logic to calm you down, it’s all a big show.
While I don’t promote Alex Jones, I think this clip is worth a watch:
Culture and Cognitive Dissonance
In recent years, psychologists have pointed out that many psychology studies recruit participants from Western countries (North America and Europe) and that doing so neglects the experience of people who live in non-Western cultures. In fact, psychologists who studycultural psychologyhave found that many phenomena that were once assumed to be universal may actually be unique to Western countries.
What about cognitive dissonance? Do people from non-Western cultures experience cognitive dissonance as well? Research seems to suggest that people from non-Western cultures do experience cognitive dissonance, but that the contexts that lead to feelings of dissonance might differ depending on cultural norms and values. For example, in a study conducted by Etsuko Hoshino-Browne and her colleagues, the researchers found that European Canadian participants experienced greater levels of dissonance when they made a decision for themselves, while Japanese participants were more likely to experience dissonance when they were responsible for making a decision for a friend.
In other words, it seems that everyone does experience dissonance from time to time—but what causes dissonance for one person might not for someone else.
Reducing Cognitive Dissonance
According to Festinger, we can work to reduce the dissonance we feel in several different ways.
One of the simplest ways to address dissonance is to change one’s behavior. For example, Festinger explains that a smoker might cope with the discrepancy between their knowledge (that smoking is bad) and their behavior (that they smoke) by quitting.
Changing the Environment
Sometimes people can reduce dissonance by changing things in their environment—in particular, in their social environment. For example, someone who smokes might surround themselves with other people who smoke instead of with people who have disapproving attitudes about cigarettes. In others words, people sometimes cope with feelings of dissonance by surrounding themselves in “echo chambers” where their opinions are supported and validated by others.
Seeking Out New Information
People can also address feelings of dissonance by processing information in a biased way: they may look for new information that supports their current actions, and they might limit their exposure to information that would make them feel greater levels of dissonance. For example, a coffee drinker might look for research on the benefits of coffee drinking, and avoid reading studies that suggest coffee might have negative effects.
Local Reflections On The Start Of A Global Collapse by Mitch Santell
To all my dear readers and followers, I can finally say it is here. What is here? The start of the Global Collapse. Remember this date, August 5, 2019. Now you may say that the stock market has been volatile for a long time, and today, China has increased the trade war with America by devaluing their currency.
The U.S. stock market is legalized gambling, and most of the time, the market reflection either the optimism or pessimism of the economy six months from now. We have a real homeless problem in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
The middle class, for the most part, are gone. The Millenials are not an ownership generation, they are a renting generation.
As Millennials and Gen Z shoppers lean away from over-consumption, these brands are dipping their toes into the rental economy to stay in their closets…
Young consumers are “killing the shopping spree,” according toVice. Whether they’re shopping second-hand, or just culling their closets—young shoppers are quitting fast fashion in droves. We’ve been tracking this shift for some time. Our trendLess Is Moreexplored the rising minimalism trend, which has continued to grow: 60% of 13-36-year-olds agree with the statement, “I have been buying less clothing/accessories than I used to.” And our last fashion and shopping surveyfound that 57% of 13-36-year-olds tell us they would prefer to buy fewer more expensive, quality clothes, than a lot of less expensive low quality clothes. Some are inspired by Marie Kondo’s joy-sparking brand of decluttering, others are watching their budgets, while others want tohelp the environment—either way, over-filling their closets (and their shopping carts) is not a priority.
And these generations have alternatives to actually buying clothes. A growing number of clothing rental services has been appealing to their desires for good looking fashion without the accumulation of stuff. Rent the Runway, Le Tote, Armoire, Gwynnie Beeand many othershave created new options for young shoppers. Rent the Runway hasa reported10 million members, and has expandedfrom event-focused rentals to an “Unlimited” subscription, opening up brick-and-mortar locations for their members to check out new items, and even a kids’ clothing rental branch. In our 2018 shopping and fashion survey, we found that 8% of 18-36-year-olds and 10% of 30-36-year-olds have rented clothing—not a huge number, at first glance, but enough that brands are taking note. If young consumers continue to eschew shopping and accumulating clothes, brands will need to find other ways to get into their closets.
Whatever your political views, it’s likely that a tsunami of tweets, opinion pieces and late night comedy skits have made their way into your news feeds and dinner table conversations. It’s seemingly unavoidable with an administration whose leader makes international news with every early morning tweet.
But what happens when that wave of opinions and information makes an unwelcome entrance into your workplace?
In a highly contentious and polarized political time, the 24-hour news cycle and constant social media contact continues to trigger emotional and widely divergent reactions. Add to this mix a new generation of workers who seek to bring their “whole selves” to work, including their political views, and you have a brand new office context in which politics show up alongside quarterly earnings as hot button topics. A whole array of corporate policies take on new meaning and intensity, including foreign worker visas, affirmative action, LGBT partner benefits and climate change strategy.
Given the range of opinions and news sources out there, politicized conversations often get stuck. Or, we carefully avoid them altogether for fear of being zapped — damaging important relationships and disrupting teamwork. At the same time, these conversations can be a chance to learn and hone your competitive edge.