Sunday, July 5, 2015

Book Review: Our Occulted History by Jim Marrs

Our Occulted History is a nonfiction book about conspiracy.  Jim Marrs writes about the alien connection with ancient history, DNA of other creatures, the Annunaki, New World Order, remote viewing, and many more conspiracy theories.  As a conspiracy buff, I knew somewhere between one-third to one-half of the information, but a "layman" would be blown away, as I once was when first learning about the Watchers, Annunaki, and Sumerian culture.  He uses all kinds of references, including the Bible, Hebrew texts, Sumerian tablets, the Indian Vedas, and more.
My Review: I've purchased many books from conspiracy writers and must say that Jim Marrs is one of the best at laying out the information and then making a case that almost proves the theory.  His writing is very clear and lawyer-like, making his views easy to follow.  He is truly a gifted writer which is not surprising since he used to be a journalist.  
I love the book's content.  For instance, one of the fascinating conspiracies that I was not aware of is the familial relationship between world leaders.  For example, Obama is related to Cheney and Hitler was related to the Rothschild family.  Thirteen or fourteen families have always been in power.  Marrs goes into depth about the global banking situation.  I didn't know that the Middle East is one of the few regions not controlled by the Rothschilds and a few other banking giants.  Is it just a coincidence that region is so unstable?  Maybe Marrs will write another book on that very subject.  I, for one, would be one of the first to buy it.
Our Occulted History is tailor-made for anyone who questions the world's history and existence.  This is the first Jim Marrs book I've read, but won't be the last.  He has quickly moved up to my top ten favorite authors.  
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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Are We the Next Greece? New World Order Begins

Greece has been in the news this week as a country on the verge of bankruptcy.  Many feel that Greece deserves their financial woes due to irresponsible social programs and unsustainable pension plans.  Sound familiar, Americans?  Greeks made themselves the perfect victims to set off New World Order.
How much does Greece owe?  278-315 billion Euros or 307-348.1 billion US dollars as of today (as interest grows, so does debt). 
FYI: 1 Euro is $1.10 US dollar.  

Who does Greece need to pay back?  (These figures slightly differ on various websites.  They are approximations)
Private Investors (48.8 billion Euros)
Foreign Banks (2.4 billion Euros)
Eurozone (34 billion Euros)
Germany (57.23 billion Euros)
France (About 43 billion Euros)
Italy (37.76 billion Euros)
Spain (25.1 billion Euros)
European Central Bank (20 billion Euros) ***Controlled by Rothschild Family-more to follow
IMF (32 billion Euros)
Bank of Greece and other Greek Banks (15.3 billion Euros)
Miscellaneous (10.5 billions)

What happens to Greece if they don't make their loan payments?
Well, so far assets such as banks are frozen.  Many banks are closed and the ones that remain open only allow bank customers to withdraw 60 Euro a day.  Eventually the bank will run out of money and bank customers who couldn't get their savings out in time will be out of luck.  
Greece would have to withdraw from the European Union.
If Greece is forced to print her own money, then major inflation would occur because there is nothing left to back up the paper.
Government will not pay employees their wages or retirees their pensions.

What else would happen?
Crime, riots.
Major civil unrest and an eventual takeover by a potential threat to Europe.  They have a ton of illegals from the Middle East.
Recession across Europe that could ripple to U.S.

Has Greece been in trouble before?  
Cyprus banks confiscated their rich customers' money back in 2013.  Many Greeks were unsympathetic because the banks were used by tax-cheats and money launderers. Whether intentional or convenient, the confiscation of other people's money turned out to be a successful and easy experiment.  Two years later an entire country and her banks are being confiscated.   

So who is next?
Here are a few countries who might be following Greece's lead.

Spain-146 billion in Euros
United Kingdom-4.8 trillion in Euros
India-172 billion in U.S. dollars
Brazil-476 billion in U.S. dollars

State of California-617 billion in US dollars
State of New York-300 billion in US dollars
State of Texas-287 billion in US dollars
State of New Jersey-282 billion in US dollars
State of Illinois-271 billion US dollars
U.S. has a total of 18.2 trillion US dollars in debt.  Dang!  Greece looks like a fiscal genius next to America!

This could be the dress rehearsal to our own funeral.  Economics could be the way in which New World Order is achieved.
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Friday, June 26, 2015

Bilderberg 2015: This Year's New World Order Meeting

The Bilderberg group consists of the world's most influential people.  Their power can cause/alter/end social upheaval, world and national policies, cultural change, economics, academics, law, war, price of oil, trade, and election results of presidents and prime ministers on a global scale.  They meet annually in various cities in the United States, Europe, or Canada.
Many, including myself, believe this group is planning New World Order.  In summary, New World Order is a world without boundaries, currency, culture, religion, nationality, or freedom. Greece and other soon-to-be bankrupt countries, Carbon footprint tax, Jade Helm, the Euro currency, lack of law enforcement to United States borders, the UN, G-7, the Patriot Act, the bit coin, reverse mortgage, and Wall Street bailout are only a few modern day examples that show the world opting for one government while eliminating the nation-state model.
2015 Bilderberg, Austria

This year the Bilderberg group met on June 11 through June 14 in Telfs-Buchen, Austria.  The attendees consist of CEOs such as Eric Schmidt of Google, academia elites from ivy league institutions, bankers like the Royal Bank of Canada, publishers, business moguls from Goldman Sachs, car CEOs like Volvo's Svanberg and Fiat's Elkann, political staples such as George Osborne (England's chancellor), and career military such as General David Petraeus.  By the way, General Petraeus is currently on probation for sharing classified information.  
Princess Beatrix from the Netherlands is a regular and part of the invitation process.  Her father, Prince Berhard, founded the group in 1954.  Other mega-celebs such as Prince Charles, Bill Clinton, and Gerald Ford have also attended at least one of the annual meetings.    
There are approximately one hundred and forty attendees each year.  The powerful and famous group has never disclosed the purpose of these annual meetings, granting them conspiracy chatter status. Two things are certain-the guests come alone because no family is permitted and the security is world class.  Who pays for the security is another mystery.
The mainstream media leaves the group alone, but small, obscure reporters like Alex Jones attempt to scoop the story.  Some people even organize and protest.  Again, that's as far as it gets.  Security is almost at a martial law level.  Most speculate that this year's meeting was about the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).  I'm wondering why Google's Schmidt is a regular at this meeting.  Talk about big brother!  And Volvo's presence makes me a little uneasy.  They just released the new X90 which supposedly is interfaced with Apple.  The car practically drives itself.  What do you think they talked about last week?  Leave a comment.

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Final list of Participants
Castries, Henri deChairman and CEO, AXA GroupFRA
Achleitner, Paul M.Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AGDEU
Agius, MarcusNon-Executive Chairman, PA Consulting GroupGBR
Ahrenkiel, ThomasDirector, Danish Intelligence Service (DDIS)DNK
Allen, John R.Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL, US Department of StateUSA
Altman, Roger C.Executive Chairman, EvercoreUSA
Applebaum, AnneDirector of Transitions Forum, Legatum InstitutePOL
Apunen, MattiDirector, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVAFIN
Baird, ZoëCEO and President, Markle FoundationUSA
Balls, Edward M.Former Shadow Chancellor of the ExchequerGBR
Balsemão, Francisco PintoChairman, Impresa SGPSPRT
Barroso, José M. DurãoFormer President of the European CommissionPRT
Baverez, NicolasPartner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLPFRA
Benko, RenéFounder, SIGNA Holding GmbHAUT
Bernabè, FrancoChairman, FB Group SRLITA
Beurden, Ben vanCEO, Royal Dutch Shell plcNLD
Bigorgne, LaurentDirector, Institut MontaigneFRA
Boone, LaurenceSpecial Adviser on Financial and Economic Affairs to the PresidentFRA
Botín, Ana P.Chairman, Banco SantanderESP
Brandtzæg, Svein RichardPresident and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASANOR
Bronner, OscarPublisher, Standard VerlagsgesellschaftAUT
Burns, WilliamPresident, Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceUSA
Calvar, PatrickDirector General, DGSIFRA
Castries, Henri deChairman, Bilderberg Meetings; Chairman and CEO, AXA GroupFRA
Cebrián, Juan LuisExecutive Chairman, Grupo PRISAESP
Clark, W. EdmundRetired Executive, TD Bank GroupCAN
Coeuré, BenoîtMember of the Executive Board, European Central BankINT
Coyne, AndrewEditor, Editorials and Comment, National PostCAN
Damberg, Mikael L.Minister for Enterprise and InnovationSWE
De Gucht, KarelFormer EU Trade Commissioner, State MinisterBEL
Dijsselbloem, JeroenMinister of FinanceNLD
Donilon, Thomas E.Former U.S. National Security Advisor; Partner and Vice Chair, O’Melveny & Myers LLPUSA
Döpfner, MathiasCEO, Axel Springer SEDEU
Dowling, AnnPresident, Royal Academy of EngineeringGBR
Dugan, ReginaVice President for Engineering, Advanced Technology and Projects, GoogleUSA
Eilertsen, TrinePolitical Editor, AftenpostenNOR
Eldrup, MereteCEO, TV 2 Danmark A/SDNK
Elkann, JohnChairman and CEO, EXOR; Chairman, Fiat Chrysler AutomobilesITA
Enders, ThomasCEO, Airbus GroupDEU
Erdoes, MaryCEO, JP Morgan Asset ManagementUSA
Fairhead, RonaChairman, BBC TrustGBR
Federspiel, UlrikExecutive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/SDNK
Feldstein, Martin S.President Emeritus, NBER;  Professor of Economics, Harvard UniversityUSA
Ferguson, NiallProfessor of History, Harvard University, Gunzberg Center for European StudiesUSA
Fischer, HeinzFederal PresidentAUT
Flint, Douglas J.Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plcGBR
Franz, ChristophChairman of the Board, F. Hoffmann-La Roche LtdCHE
Fresco, Louise O.President and Chairman Executive Board, Wageningen University and Research CentreNLD
Griffin, KennethFounder and CEO, Citadel Investment Group, LLCUSA
Gruber, LilliExecutive Editor and Anchor “Otto e mezzo”, La7 TVITA
Guriev, SergeiProfessor of Economics, Sciences PoRUS
Gürkaynak, GönençManaging Partner, ELIG Law FirmTUR
Gusenbauer, AlfredFormer Chancellor of the Republic of AustriaAUT
Halberstadt, VictorProfessor of Economics, Leiden UniversityNLD
Hampel, ErichChairman, UniCredit Bank Austria AGAUT
Hassabis, DemisVice President of Engineering, Google DeepMindGBR
Hesoun, WolfgangCEO, Siemens AustriaAUT
Hildebrand, PhilippVice Chairman, BlackRock Inc.CHE
Hoffman, ReidCo-Founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedInUSA
Ischinger, WolfgangChairman, Munich Security ConferenceINT
Jacobs, Kenneth M.Chairman and CEO, LazardUSA
Jäkel, JuliaCEO, Gruner + JahrDEU
Johnson, James A.Chairman, Johnson Capital PartnersUSA
Juppé, AlainMayor of Bordeaux, Former Prime MinisterFRA
Kaeser, JoePresident and CEO, Siemens AGDEU
Karp, AlexCEO, Palantir TechnologiesUSA
Kepel, GillesUniversity Professor, Sciences PoFRA
Kerr, JohnDeputy Chairman, Scottish PowerGBR
Kesici, IlhanMP, Turkish ParliamentTUR
Kissinger, Henry A.Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.USA
Kleinfeld, KlausChairman and CEO, AlcoaUSA
Knot, Klaas H.W.President, De Nederlandsche BankNLD
Koç, Mustafa V.Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.TUR
Kogler, KonradDirector General, Directorate General for Public SecurityAUT
Kravis, Henry R.Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.USA
Kravis, Marie-JoséeSenior Fellow and Vice Chair, Hudson InstituteUSA
Kudelski, AndréChairman and CEO, Kudelski GroupCHE
Lauk, KurtPresident, Globe Capital PartnersDEU
Lemne, CarolaCEO, The Confederation of Swedish EnterpriseSWE
Levey, StuartChief Legal Officer, HSBC Holdings plcUSA
Leyen, Ursula von derMinister of DefenceDEU
Leysen, ThomasChairman of the Board of Directors, KBC GroupBEL
Maher, ShirazSenior Research Fellow, ICSR, King’s College LondonGBR
Markus Lassen, ChristinaHead of Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Security Policy and StabilisationDNK
Mathews, Jessica T.Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceUSA
Mattis, JamesDistinguished Visiting Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford UniversityUSA
Maudet, PierreVice-President of the State Council, Department of Security, Police and the Economy of GenevaCHE
McKay, David I.President and CEO, Royal Bank of CanadaCAN
Mert, NurayColumnist, Professor of Political Science, Istanbul UniversityTUR
Messina, JimCEO, The Messina GroupUSA
Michel, CharlesPrime MinisterBEL
Micklethwait, JohnEditor-in-Chief, Bloomberg LPUSA
Minton Beddoes, ZannyEditor-in-Chief, The EconomistGBR
Monti, MarioSenator-for-life; President, Bocconi UniversityITA
Mörttinen, LeenaExecutive Director, The Finnish Family Firms AssociationFIN
Mundie, Craig J.Principal, Mundie & AssociatesUSA
Munroe-Blum, HeatherChairperson, Canada Pension Plan Investment BoardCAN
Netherlands, H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of theNLD
O’Leary, MichaelCEO, Ryanair PlcIRL
Osborne, GeorgeFirst Secretary of State and Chancellor of the ExchequerGBR
Özel, SoliColumnist, Haberturk Newspaper; Senior Lecturer, Kadir Has UniversityTUR
Papalexopoulos, DimitriGroup CEO, Titan Cement Co.GRC
Pégard, CatherinePresident, Public Establishment of the Palace, Museum and National Estate of VersaillesFRA
Perle, Richard N.Resident Fellow, American Enterprise InstituteUSA
Petraeus, David H.Chairman, KKR Global InstituteUSA
Pikrammenos, PanagiotisHonorary President of The Hellenic Council of StateGRC
Reisman, Heather M.Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.CAN
Rocca, GianfeliceChairman, Techint GroupITA
Roiss, GerhardCEO, OMV AustriaAUT
Rubin, Robert E.Co Chair, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the TreasuryUSA
Rutte, MarkPrime MinisterNLD
Sadjadpour, KarimSenior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International PeaceUSA
Sánchez Pérez-Castejón, PedroLeader, Partido Socialista Obrero Español PSOEESP
Sawers, JohnChairman and Partner, Macro Advisory PartnersGBR
Sayek Böke, SelinVice President, Republican People’s PartyTUR
Schmidt, Eric E.Executive Chairman, Google Inc.USA
Scholten, RudolfCEO, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AGAUT
Senard, Jean-DominiqueCEO, Michelin GroupFRA
Sevelda, KarlCEO, Raiffeisen Bank International AGAUT
Stoltenberg, JensSecretary General, NATOINT
Stubb, AlexanderPrime MinisterFIN
Suder, KatrinDeputy Minister of DefenseDEU
Sutherland, Peter D.UN Special Representative; Chairman, Goldman Sachs InternationalIRL
Svanberg, Carl-HenricChairman, BP plc; Chairman, AB VolvoSWE
Svarva, OlaugCEO, The Government Pension Fund NorwayNOR
Thiel, Peter A.President, Thiel CapitalUSA
Tsoukalis, LoukasPresident, Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign PolicyGRC
Üzümcü, AhmetDirector-General, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical WeaponsINT
Vitorino, António M.Partner, Cuetrecasas, Concalves Pereira, RLPRT
Wallenberg, JacobChairman, Investor ABSWE
Weber, VinPartner, Mercury LLCUSA
Wolf, Martin H.Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial TimesGBR
Wolfensohn, James D.Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and CompanyUSA
Zoellick, Robert B.Chairman, Board of International Advisors, The Goldman Sachs Group

Monday, June 22, 2015

Goddess Fish Presents: Back To Us by Teresa Roman

by Teresa Roman

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Abandoned by her parents at fourteen, Jessica knows what it means to struggle. Jessica’s vowed that getting her degree is the only thing she has time for, until a summer internship brings Justin into her life. But Justin has scars of his own. A tour of duty in Afghanistan has left him with wounds. A medical discharge from the Navy leaves Justin struggling to make sense of his new reality. Then he meets Jessica; but can the two of them leave their pain in the past and make a future together?



Mike was looking at me, his eyes full of sympathy. “Look, J, I hate to say this but the choice is pretty simple.”

“And that would be?”

“You and I don’t know what it means to have a real family, but I know that’s what you want. I’ve seen you do some stupid shit to try and get it, too.”

Leave it to my brother to come right out and say something like that. “Like what?”

“Like move in with that loser who was boning some girl behind your back.”

I rolled my eyes at Mike and put my hands on my hips. “Gee, thanks for reminding me.”

“The point is, Justin can’t give you what you want. He might make you happy now, but sooner or later that train’s gonna come to a stop, and you’re gonna have to hop off.”

“Mike,” Mel snapped.

“Hey, I’m just being honest here.”

Because that’s what Mike did. He told the truth whether you liked hearing it or not, and a small part of me worried that he was right. What I didn’t know was how I was ever going to find the courage to hop off the train before it crashed and left me in a million pieces.


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Teresa Roman is a lover of books. That's what prompted her to try her hand at writing. She currently resides in Sacramento, CA with her husband, three adorable children and the puppy her son convinced them to adopt. When she isn't at her day job or running around with her kids, you can find her in front of the computer hard at work writing or with her head buried in another book.



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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Blog Contributor Frank Fontaine Reviews Cars

DinaRaesWriteStuff's very own Frank Fontaine is on a mission to find the perfect car.  He has a 35K max budget and prefers the SUV body style to sedans, trucks, and vans.  His goal is to purchase a certified-used vehicle that is good on gas and comfortable to drive. Mercedes is first up to bat.  Frank wanted to share his experience at his local Mercedes dealer.  More reviews will come as Frank sifts through the lots of BMW, Acura, Lexus, Buick, Toyota, Jeep, and many more.

The local Mercedes dealership was extremely helpful as I expected them to be.  The company has many products.  I knew they would be expensive, but was pleasantly surprised to find two vehicles within my budget.

1) GLA 250
This is Mercedes's smallest SUV, new to their fleet as of 2015.  The car looks small, but was surprisingly comfortable.  I'm a big guy and easily fit inside.  There is plenty of leg room.  The car starts at 31,500 and keeps on going all the way up to 45,000+.  I am most interested in the cheaper version of this car.  The 4 cylinder engine has plenty of zip for highway driving. The car has many nice features such as key-less entry on all four doors.  You can also open the windows with the remote, a really nice feature for summer.  The interior is gorgeous.   The futuristic screen positioned on the dashboard really caught my eye.  Gas mileage is 24/32 and the car takes premium gas.  One of the drawbacks is the absence of used GLAs available.  The car is still too new to take advantage of depreciation savings on a certified-used car.

2) GLK 350

This car was very roomy and even more comfortable for a big guy like me.  Much bigger car.  Again, smooth ride with plenty of zip.  I loved the panoramic sunroof and control panel.  Some really cool features which are probably in the GLA as well are a built-in tire pump, built-in first-aid kit, gloves, built-in toolbox, and built-in generator to keep electronic devices charged.  There is also a 911 emergency panic button available for $250/year.  Gas mileage is not that great-19/26 with an option for diesel engine.  There are plenty of used GLKs that are one or two years old with less than 30K miles in the low 30,000s.

I don't know if I'll end up with a Mercedes, but the GLK350 is at the top of my list so far.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Goddess Fish Presents: Stardust Dreams by S.B. Redstone

by S. B. Redstone
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Lance Forrester is a dreamer. After a celebrated career as an astronaut and engineer, he and a friend build a secret spacecraft to seek their destinies in the stars. But his friend dies and Lance is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Desperate not to succumb to his fate, he convinces an acquaintance, ailing actress Sage Saint Claire, whom he hasn’t seen since high school, to join him on his quest to reach an advanced alien civilization which can heal them both. Unfortunately, true life is not a Hollywood movie, as much as Sage might want it to be, and problems abound. Mistakes in the past have turned Sage into a bitter old woman, and she turns out to be a less-than-perfect traveling companion which no amount of optimism, youth, or good health can cure. Can these two intrepid octogenarians-turned-immortals overcome the emotional scars of their pasts and achieve true happiness, or are they doomed to suffer for their mistakes, no matter how far from Earth they go?



I knew that the truth in my heart reflected in my old, weary eyes. “Yes, I do. Look, I’m no slick-talking salesman, as you can see. I’m just a scientist and engineer, but I truly believe there is a statistical probability of success. But even if I’m wrong, and our voyage ends up to be pointless, so what? Think of the fun you’ll have. Imagine the excitement and wonders of space travel that come before our long sleep.” I paused to dramatize my resolve and let a burst of quixotic energy erupt from me. “Cherish the adventure!”

It wasn’t her fears that I was battling against, but a lifetime of distrust. My confidence in a successful mission collapsed. “Of course, you have no reason to believe a word of what I’ve told you. You don’t really know me, except through my noted accomplishments. But I can’t disappoint you because I’m only offering friendship and hope.” I pushed my point harder. “Sure, we can die here on Earth. We can die in space. Or we can awaken on a remote and caring world that saves us! We are the captains of our fate, not the Grim Reaper—yet!”


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Steven Rosenstein, penname S. B. Redstone, had a career as a school psychologist and private practice Licensed Clinical Social Worker on Long Island. Always seeking the truths of human nature, he wrote a personal improvement book, Taming Your Inner & Outer Bullies: Confronting Life’s Stressors And Winning, published by New Horizon Press Books. He has written articles on human nature and relationships, given lectures, and appeared on radio shows. Always having a vivid imagination, he first became a successful writer of short stories. His mystery thriller, A Sinister Obsession, was published by Black Opal Books. As an expert in the field of human psychology, he has an exceptional ability to develop realistic and exciting characters in his novels. Many of my characters have been taken from his clinical experiences. Stardust Dreams is his first romance novel, although romantic relationships stand out in his other works. He is a member of the International Thriller Writers Org and Romance Writers of America. He resides with his wife in New York and Florida.

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