Source: By Buck Rogers, WakingTimes.com via http://humansarefree.com
Some things happening on planet earth today just don’t make sense if you’re looking at them from the perspective of an ordinary human being.
Source: By Buck Rogers, WakingTimes.com via http://humansarefree.com
A huge collection of rock art has been discovered in the deep, dark chambers of the cave systems on Puerto Rico’s Mona Island.
These were the words spoken to TS-Digital by Patricio Frias, director of UFO Noise Patagonia. His group is devoted to the study and diffusion of the subject of UFOs in the region. In an interview, he explained the area is 'visited' by entities due to its high electromagnetic energy and mineral deposits.
The witness states:
"As I watched the cloud come over the tree line the hairs on the back of my neck stood up. I literally got the heebee jeebees!! So, badly that I climbed out of my pool to retrieve my phone from a table beside my pool. I took 5 - 6 photos at 6:04 p.m. (within a minutes time frame) before I became overwelmed with fear. I had become so terrified I no longer wanted to observe the object nor take any more photos."
Source: Mufon case file 87666
Although decades of independent research — in spite of endless government gag orders — revealed a litany of information about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the newly-released “JFK Files” have nonetheless brought some damning facts to light.
And beneath the spotlight is — you guessed it — the Central Intelligence Agency, implicated in executing mind control operations, colluding with the mafia, assassinations, and outright terrorism.
The 2,800 files still require much combing over, but independent researchers have already discovered plenty, including the following 5 damning revelations.
1. Biological Warfare Reminiscent of Monsanto
We’ve all heard of the chemical warfare being waged by Monsanto that’s left crops decimated, but many years ago, the CIA was already engaged in the practice.
Described as “agricultural sabotage”, the agency plotted methods of terrorizing Cuba by “producing crop failures by the introduction of biological agents which would appear to be of natural origin.”
Called “Operation Mongoose,” the intention was to inhibit food supplies, an effort that could have left countless Cubans in famished.
The documents even describe a willingness to create a widespread chemical outbreak, insofar as “they could be completely covered up.”
2. CIA Hitlists
Governments aren’t supposed to be creating and actualizing hitlists, yet that’s essentially what the CIA did, according to the new files:
“Leaflets will be designed to indicate phases.
“For example, the first leaflets will contain only names of communist leaders; the next leaflets will revise the names by job; i.e. cell leader, informer, party members, etc.; any of the above or subsequent leaflets will announce the amount of the reward, how and where it may be collected.
“One final leaflet may be deemed advisable and that one announcing a .02c reward for the delivery of Castro.”
The “hitlists” acted like bounties, giving financial incentives to locals to rat out others—a tactic employed by the US in Afghanistan.
3. CIA Colluded With the Mafia
In what should earn it the new title “Criminal Intelligence Agency,” the CIA also appears to have colluded with the mafia to get Fidel Castro killed.
The first page of the archived files reveals two important documents referencing “plans involved a number of bizarre schemes and, in at least one instance, involved some contact with organized criminal elements.”
Of the contacts, one of them was the infamous Chicago mob boss Mooney Sam, aka Salvatore Giancana:
4. CIA’s Mind Control for “Influencing Human Behavior”
MK ULTRA is nothing new to conspiracy circles, but the JFK files make direct reference to the CIA’s use of what sound like mind control techniques.
In a document titled “Commission on CIA Activities Within the Unites States,” there is a direct admission to the “involvement in research on techniques for influencing human behavior and on methods of protecting Agency personnel against hostile use of drugs or ‘brain working’ techniques.”
Other references to “testing of equipment measuring physiological responses in human subjects” make the implications much more sinister.
5. CIA’s Operation Mockingbird Hijacked The Media
As reported by The Free Thought Project:
“However, in two separate documents within the JFK files, the CIA admits to the program and a Congressman confirms that he is worried about their influence”:
“In regard to what Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy was talking about at that time, the above-mentioned document, titled Commission on CIA Activities within the United States, may provide that answer — Operation Mockingbird:”
Sumer, or the ‘land of civilized kings’, flourished in Mesopotamia, now modern-day Iraq, around 4500 BC. Sumerians created an advanced civilization with its own system of elaborate language and writing, architecture and arts, astronomy and mathematics.
Their religious system was a complex one comprised of hundreds of gods, rites and cosmology. According to the ancient texts, each Sumerian city was guarded by its own god; and while humans and gods used to live together, the humans were servants to the gods.
The Oklahoma City Thunder basketball team were caught up in a bizarre mid-air incident when their charter plane was struck by an as yet unidentified object on its way to Chicago, damaging the nose cone.
This is pretty disturbing. Google engineer Felix Krause has detailed an alarming privacy setting in Apple’s iOS that enables iPhone apps with camera permission to surreptitiously take photos and videos of you – without your knowledge.
Clarification: Krause has since contacted TNW to clarify that he conducts his security research work during off-hours and independently of Google.
The researcher notes that granting camera permission will enable apps to access both the front and the back camera of your device, photograph and record you at any time the app is in the foreground, upload this content immediately, and run real-time face detection to read your facial expressions.
All of this without any notice or indication that your iPhone is snapping images of your face. No sound, no light, no LEDs.
Krause has shared a short demonstration of the documented issue on YouTube. Check it out below:
The most troubling concern here is that this is how this privacy setting is expected to work by design. Indeed, all signs seem to suggest this is yet another case of the trite “It’s a feature, not a bug” conundrum.
The most pressing issue is that anybody who chooses to exploit these permissions could scrape image data to locate users, find other existing photos of the device’s owner, and even watch you while you’re sitting on the toilet and livestream this spectacle for others to see.
Krause says there is little you can do to prevent this; though there are a few options, none of them would make for a particularly smooth and streamlined user experience.
One possibility is to equip your camera with covers. You can find numerous such accessories on Amazon. That, or you can revoke camera access for all apps – but not without sacrificing some app functionality in the meanwhile, like taking and sending photos straight from apps.
The Googler has since disclosed this complication to Apple. He also took a moment to offer some tips on how the Big A can handle this issue in a more responsible manner. One such solution, for example, would be to make camera permissions temporary – or at least add indicators to notify when the device is recording.
Interestingly, earlier this year Google discovered technical inconsistencies or vulnerabilities in competitors’ products on a number of occasions. Over the past twelve months, the Big G found critical bugs in antivirus software for Macs as well as glaring flaws in Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer browsers.
In the meantime, those curious to go through Krause’s disclosure in more detail can peruse his full blog post here.
The witness declared:
"I used to walk with friends over the lighthouse on the beach of the Germans (zahara de los atunes) and we often take pictures of them. on returning home we downloaded the photos on the computer and checked the photos we saw the anomaly, at first we thought it was a cloud, but when we looked at it more closely, we saw that it was something else."
Source: Mufon case 80739
While NASA prepares for man’s first ever mission to Mars, it’s curious we have not set foot on the Moon since Apollo 17 in 1972, let alone established a base there yet. Astronauts and many researchers have claimed this is because there are in fact bases on the lunar surface already … and indeed they are not human bases.