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I got this quote while listening to James Evans Pallato, on his Media Monarchy radio program, but I don’t think he realized what else he was saying. He just said it was a haunted house, I added the part about the ancestors. I always think about that.
Ironically, them folks have towns rivers and streams that carry the names of these Indigenous people and they have no clue, the average people that is, that each time they say these names they are calling them. Phoebe Snow sang a song called Ancient Places, Sacred lands (names we know so well, yet no one understand)
Just to name a few there are so many more.
It makes me wonder if the overlords who foment war understand that killing releases traumatized souls into the ethers. On the other hand, maybe they do and they are a part of a feeding frenzy for entities that get nourishment from death and destruction.

I also wonder if they realize that releasing souls this way is the prime reason why this country is haunted.
What do I mean by that?
Well, when someone is murdered, their soul is ejected from their physicality abruptly and brutally.  If you think about the phrase we so often use, “Rest In Peace” we must have some inkling of what it means, correct?  Why are we hoping that a person who has just made transition, “Rests In Peace?”  Why do we care? And what is that meme all about?
For those folks who have any idea of the many manifestations of the spirit world then they may understand where I am going with this.  And quite frankly, I have heard many Christians say that someone is possessed with  an evil spirit. So there is some subconscious understanding that “spirits” can possess people.
Now, what do evil spirits do??? Well, they wreak havoc. They are not at rest,
and we need only to look at a few horror movies to get the gist of what a not so peaceful rest looks like.
So, back to my premise, America is a Haunted House, filled with the Restless souls of the many people who have died on American soil. Because they were murdered, they are trapped here and will re-incarnate, over and over again, or possess others until they are “laid to rest.”
All too often we take our every day colloquialisms for granted, we pay them no mind, we use them without examining or even thinking much about them, we say it and we keep moving on. But we are ignoring a very important aspect of our world and how we relate to it. If we are saying “Rest In Peace” to those who have made transition, if we are saying “He/She was laid to rest.” What do we really mean? How can a dead corpse rest? Or rest in peace for that matter?
So, we in America, live in a country that has been drenched in the blood of millions. And like Trump said, on both sides. We can basically start with the invasion of the European into the Americas, north, central and south.  Quiet as its kept, there were people here already. Now, I am not saying that they didn’t have their own tribal wars, and of course there may even be some of them souls that are not resting peacefully at all.. However, I would wager, that the indigenous people knew the importance of burying their dead in such a manner so that they could “Rest In Peace” hence they have sacred burial grounds. It’s obvious to me that they knew, and they knew enough to call them grounds sacred.
But, after the European got here, well I would also wager, that there were millions upon millions of indigenous peoples who did not get a Sacred Burial ground, who were massacred in a variety of ways and for that matter, whose bodies we walk upon each and every day as this continent was completely inhabited by them.
Understanding that many of their souls, if not all of them who were massacred were released into the ethers but did not receive the proper burial rites, we are looking at those souls roaming around, and incarnating all over the place.
The next chapter…. The enslavement of Africans, bringing many, not all to the so called new world and subjecting them to all manner of torture and trauma.
Those who died during the Middle Passage, were “buried” at sea with no pomp and no circumstance, just thrown over board. Hmmmmm, and so the ocean has become a toxic waste land for these restless and traumatized souls.
And those who got here, well, that story need not be told as it should be know what happened to them for 300 years of chattel slavery and 150 years of mental slavery or I should say psychological warfare.
But let’s not stop there, let’s add the Civil War, the Spanish American War, the Revolutionary War that were fought right here on American soil. It should cause one to think that this place is truly haunted.
And let’s not even talk about the mass Graves of Africans, or their cemeteries that have buildings built right over them.
And where do these outcasts spirits like to hang out? Graveyards for one, old abandoned houses, dark alleyways, old hospitals and asylums, under dark
El Toro Memorial Park
bridges, in depressed areas, in garbage and trash dumps, in old abandoned churches, rusting steel works, crumbling schools and empty factories, etc. I ain’t talking about the made up cartoonish Halloween types, so you won’t be seeing those too much. I mean the real ones, where folks walk in and get goose bumps, hear noises, things drop, etc.
And while I am talking about this phenomenon, and you are wondering why I got pics in the slide show of haunted houses, well, that’s why.  Those abandoned buildings all need to be torn down lest they provide a safe haven for dis-incarnate spirits to reside.
They also hang around those statues. Those statues are conjuring up the spirits of those depicted. They are talisman, huge no less, but talisman none the less and they attract the dead to them. I am sure that on a dark night, just about midnight, you can see Old General Robert E. Lee walking around there.  And let me stop here, with how their energies are conjured up when people depict dead folks in movies, books and magazines. I’m just saying. Folks are saying they don’t deal with the occult, and that the occult is demonic, but they don’t seem to realize they are dealing with occult sciences with all these things.
Haunted Prison

These souls are trapped, and cannot escape beyond the veil, so they roam, roam and roam, and every once in a while they can hop a ride..

Me thinks that may be why they need to keep them old statues up there. Maybe they know that it might help them souls rest in peace if they are honored above ground. I don’t know, but it does seem curious that such an outcry is being made about these statues.
Folks want to honor their Ancestors with streets, monuments, holidays, etc.  Folks want to acknowledge their history by doing so, and are feeling some kind a way that this may be taken from them.  But I am beginning to wonder now, if there may be some Ancestral influence going on here. These many restless souls who died in battle for whatever they believed was a just cause, and some who knew it was all a hoax, a ploy to keep rivaling factions at each others’ necks, but notwithstanding all that, these folks are honored.
Now, I could go into the many other mass killings that have occurred on American soil, you know the MOVE bombing, WACO, Black Wall Street, lynchings, and even more recently the police sending in a drone bomb to kill Micah X. Johnson.
Historic Ohio State Reformatory
How do people in one breath want to honor their dead, and in the other breath care nothing about the dead or death of another? Even John Brown who was called a terrorist back then has been honored, they hung that dude for treason. He was a paid vigilante under the guise of freeing the slaves. He maimed and killed viscously, and like their other war criminals, he gets to be immortalized in the history books.
Black folks had to beg, borrow and steal to even get a Martin Luther King, Jr. HOLIDAY, let alone a statue.
I’m just saying. Folks don’t think beyond their noses sometimes.
Those who know, how dangerous this is for the astral plane to receive millions upon millions of the souls of murdered people, have to know the long term impact it can have on any community.  Those who don’t know need to think about it before they trot off to war to kill a bunch of people thousands of miles away.  And besides, spirits may stay local for a while, but after a while, they travel, and in fact, may follow you and haunt you all the way to your little home on the prairie. 
Think about it, how many soldiers are committing suicide due to mental disorders that have lead them to alcohol, drugs, or self destructive patterns of behavior that end them up dead somewhere?
If anything, folks really need to think about movies like the “Walking Dead” and any other movie that has Zombie like images or Dead people disturbing folks like in the Amityville Horrors! You may not want to believe it but it’s true. And even that burn in hell for eternity is a condemnation that can come back to haunt you.
America is a haunted house and the spirits of those murdered are roaming around, we have the indigenous, we have the enslaved African, we have those who died in wars and we have those who died due to police brutality and the other countless senseless murders for various reasons, organ harvesting perhaps. And I won’t even get into what it must be like for the person who has had the organs of such a person transplanted into them. Just imagine what kinds of impact that must have on their psyche.  Could it possibly be the cause of the psychopathy that many of our world leaders seem to have?
Remember, everything is energy…………..
America is a haunted house and until those souls are put to rest, the

upheavals in this country will persist.

Mental illness will persist.
Acts of violence will persist.
Distortions and dysfunctional relationships will persist.
Negative and destructive emotions coupled with acting out will persist.
And murder will persist locally and globally.
In fact, this will and has permeated the entire globe.
People just don’t realize how dangerous to the psyche war is as they engage their youth in the battle and sit back and enjoy the “spoils” of war.  It’s that simple, they are spoiled and the spoilage is like a virus that will run through the entire planet.
So, the entire planet is haunted, but since I live here in America, and not South Africa, or Ireland, or Germany, or Gori Island, I am acknowledging the traumatically departed who haunt where I live. You all out there can do the same.
Look around, take note… ask yourself…. Is your country peaceful due to government control, or, is your country peaceful because you have taken responsibility for those who came before you.
Or, is your country restless, anxious, fearful, because of the numerous and oft times untimely deaths of people who lived there.  Be honest…
And finally, I just want to add this little caveat to all you Christians out there.  Why are you fighting so hard to keep statues up?  Isn’t that idol worship?  I thought Christians didn’t worship idols? Even pledging allegiance to the flag is idol worship. Why does this Christian Country do that?  Is there a logical explanation, if so, can you please leave them in the comment section below??
Come sit beside me
And hear a story
Of Long ago when
The people lived free
Name the waters
And all the places
High and low
There was a plain they
Called Chicago
It meant a place where
Strong things grow
And Kentucky
Meant the land of Green Meadows
Chorus: Ancient Places, Sacred Lands
Names we know so well
But no one understands
Means “Big River”
And Miami
Means “Great Water”
Means a place where small springs flow.
Chorus: Ancient Places, Sacred Lands
Names we know so well
But no one understands
7 Most Haunted Prisons in America
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Uber Founder Travis Kalanick Resigns as C.E.O. (Videos)

Uber Founder Travis Kalanick Resigns as C.E.O.

Travis Kalanick stepped down Tuesday as chief executive of Uber, the ride-hailing service that he helped found in 2009 and that he built into a transportation colossus, after a shareholder revolt made it untenable for him to stay on at the company.
Mr. Kalanick’s exit came under pressure after hours of drama involving Uber’s investors, according to two people with knowledge of the situation, who asked to remain anonymous because the details are confidential.

Earlier on Tuesday, five of Uber’s major investors demanded that the chief executive resign immediately. The investors included one of Uber’s biggest shareholders, the venture capital firm Benchmark, which has one of its partners, Bill Gurley, on Uber’s board. The investors made their demand for Mr. Kalanick to step down in a letter delivered to the chief executive while he was in Chicago, said the people with knowledge of the situation.

In the letter, titled “Moving Uber Forward” and obtained by The New York Times, the investors wrote to Mr. Kalanick that he must immediately leave and that the company needed a change in leadership. Mr. Kalanick, 40, consulted with at least one Uber board member and after long discussions with some of the investors, he agreed to step down. He will remain on Uber’s board of directors.
“I love Uber more than anything in the world and at this difficult moment in my personal life I have accepted the investors request to step aside so that Uber can go back to building rather than be distracted with another fight,” Mr. Kalanick said in a statement.
Uber’s board said in a statement that Mr. Kalanick had “always put Uber first” and that his stepping down as chief executive would give the company “room to fully embrace this new chapter in Uber’s history.” An Uber spokesman declined to comment further.
The move caps months of questions over the leadership of Uber, which has become a prime example of Silicon Valley start-up culture gone awry. The company has been exposed this year as having a workplace culture that is rife with sexual harassment and discrimination, and has pushed the envelope in dealing with law enforcement and even partners. That tone was set by Mr. Kalanick, who has aggressively turned the company into the world’s dominant ride-hailing service and upended the transportation industry around the globe.
Mr. Kalanick’s troubles began earlier this year after a former Uber engineer detailed what she said was sexual harassment at the company, opening the floodgates for more complaints and spurring internal investigations. In addition, Uber has been dealing with an intellectual property lawsuit from Waymo, the self-driving car business that operates under Google’s parent company, and a federal inquiry into a software tool that Uber used to sidestep some law enforcement.

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4 Chicago Thugs Torture Disabled Young Man on Facebook Live Stream (Video)

There is no excuse for violence against another for any reason, and should not be condoned by anyone. this whole 4 thugs torture a poor defenseless mentally challenged child” narrative is skewed. I read a lot of comments under the videos presented and news stories written about this event. It seems that folks can hardly wait to spew venom at the supposed perpetrators of a crime against someone they deem innocent, harmless and defenseless.
And then I remember. The innocents who were kidnapped, tortured, beaten,
starved and stuffed in the hulls of ships during the North Atlantic Slave trade. I remember the many who died and who still cry in the slave Castles of Elmina. I remember standing there and feeling the walls close in on me as their cries ripped my ears apart. I remember not being able to even read the entire book “Black cargoes.”
I remember Antoine Sterling, Trayvon Martin, Sandra Bland and many others who simply wanted to be able to be treated like human beings.
I remember the Palestinians, who face torture and trepidation every day as they watch home after home, community after community bulldozed to the ground and their guts squeeze in a vice grip, like a traffic jam.

I remember homeless veterans who fought for a cause not their own, but for a false system with the false belief that it is the protectorate of the world and the way to keep it safe from tyrannical leaders, is to drone democracy down its throat.

I remember the many traumatic false flags perpetrated by a thuggish system that only cares about the financial advantage of its escapades and not the hurt, trauma, guilt and deceit perpetrated on the masses who view this thuggishness.
I remember the many lost children, lost forever and barely recorded by the alphabet agencies, who thru their own complicity, cover up the many scandalous crimes perpetrated against the most vulnerable of our world, our children.
I remember how the churches, mosques and synagogues are filled with hate, deceit, anger, distrust, incest, rape and adultery, while their walls are painted in diamonds and gold.
I remember the buried bodies of aborted fetuses, silenced in the night by the desperation of ill-informed and frightened women, who see their bodies as property for someone else to use and discard of as they see fit.
I see, lost children, stuck in their devices, screaming and fainting when they don’t

get what they feel they deserve no matter how outlandish it may seem to their adult counterparts.

I remember men in dark cloaks, in dark rooms in the middle of the night, who plot and plan the annihilation of millions of people from the face of the planet by any means necessary.
I remember the destruction that is blasted through the media in movie after movie, video game after  video game where oversized imaginations struggle to believe it ain’t real, when, all the credits say is, “no animal was hurt in this film.”
I remember the cognitive dissonance.
And then I remember the litany all over again, the pain, hurt, distress, agony, abuse, etc. that one human being can impose on another, but then, somehow, it has to do with race or nothing at all to do with race, or maybe a little bit to do with race, or maybe it’s just ugly people doing ugly things.
And then I remember how fascinated we as humans become, to watch and engage in the total destruction of another human.

Maybe some of it is poor judgment, some of it nervousness, some of it voyeurism and some of it just incredulous, but all of it is us.
Every last one of us. All of it is in us.
And each of us, have the potential to be mean, cruel and despicable as the person we happen to be recently pointing our fingers at.
Cause I remember those cries for blood for the murderer. The lust and pleasure and joy in the eye when the verdict came down, “Execution” and the crowds that gather around to “watch” the “murdering thug” take his last breath. I remember the pleas for clemency from that murdering thug both behind bars and free .

I remember how quickly we are able to commit acts of violence, spanning a wide spectrum, against another human being and blame them for just being there, in the way.

So, yeah, those 4 young people, who lost their minds, lost their sensibilities, lost their empathy for another helpless defenseless one, were being insensitive thugs, they were committing a crime, and Facebook was complicit in this criminal act for allowing it to be aired and participating in the agenda of divide and conquer.
And yes, there is justice, and yes, there is truth, but in this reality, were we are all complicit, were we are all capable, so. Let us all remember, but for the Grace of God, go I.
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