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Kid Kundalini - PI ( kidkundalini )
29 March 2008 @ 01:43 am

...and now for tonight's special presentation, which attempts to answer, "what is consciousness?" 

The Unity of Spirit and Matter, Parts I to 4

...by Kenneth MacLean http://www.myspace.com/kjmaclean

Part 1: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=28534182

Part 2: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=28536528

Part 3: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=28537386

Part 4: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=28537948

- Kid  >;}~

PS: ....sorry to say it, but in this Kid's humble opinion, the musak in this series hurts, but the overall message is what's important - audio is also a tad messed up in parts 3 & 4...

"How could nature not be conscious if our own consciousness is produced by nature?" - - - Jeremy Narby


 
 
Current Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Monster Magnet - Look To Your Orb For The Warning
 
 
Kid Kundalini - PI ( kidkundalini )

...NAFTA Superhighway, here we come!

I wonder what our savings will be worth in North American Union AMEROS???

- Kid   <;o

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/080313/business/business_torontodominion_commercebancorp_col

Fed approves Toronto-Dominion's Commerce deal

Thu Mar 13, 6:40 PM

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve said on Thursday it approved Toronto-Dominion Bank's proposed acquisition of Commerce Bancorp Inc , allowing the Canadian company greater access to U.S. retail banking.

 

The approval allows the Toronto-based bank also to acquire New Jersey-based Commerce's minority stake in Pennsylvania Commerce Bancorp Inc, the Fed said in a statement.

 

In October TD announced plans to buy Commerce in a friendly deal that now is estimated at $7.7 billion in cash and stock.

 

The transaction will make TD, the second largest bank in Canada with total consolidated assets of $434.3 billion as of January 31, the 19th largest bank in the United States with $115 billion in assets, the central bank said.

 

The deal would leave TD with control of about $90.1 billion in deposits, which represents less than 1 percent of total U.S. insured deposits, according to the Fed.

 

The Fed said TD exceeds the minimum capital levels required under the Basel international agreement.

 

Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and Vice Chairman Donald Kohn, as well as Governors Kevin Warsh, Randall Kroszner and Frederic Mishkin voted to approve the transaction.

 

 

(Reporting by John Poirier; editing by Jeffrey Benkoe and Carol Bishopric)

 

 

 

 
 
Current Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Mood: restlessrestless
Current Music: RATM - Killing In The Name Of
 
 
Kid Kundalini - PI ( kidkundalini )
12 March 2008 @ 08:52 pm
BEWARE!!!

"The FED" is up to their tricks ... will those responsible at the FED do what they did in the 20's and call in all of their loans?

What would YOU do if all of your creditors (i.e. mortgage, credit cards, car loans, etc.) called in their loans to you ... like, tomorrow?

Would you be able to pay, or would you go bankrupt, having to turn over all of your belongings to keep their minions at bay?

Do you have a plan to deal with this potential scenario?

Good luck to us all!

Now ... who is in control of YOUR life???

...or maybe you want to get your RFID chip implanted so that you can get your daily bread ... purchased with your new AMEROS...

- Kid >;}~


PS: If you haven't, you really should watch these films:

ENDGAME- ALEX JONES - Blueprint for Global Enslavement

Esoteric Agenda

Zeitgeist, The Movie - Remastered / Final Edition


PPS: Please also read the story below, from today's news:

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/afp/080312/business/imf_economy_bank_finance_1

IMF's Lipsky warns of 'unthinkable' in global credit crisis

Wed Mar 12, 2:21 PM

WASHINGTON (AFP) - The International Monetary Fund on Wednesday warned authorities worldwide to "think the unthinkable" in planning to cope with a mounting crisis in the global financial system.

John Lipsky, IMF first deputy managing director, called for "decisive policy action" amid a credit crunch that stems from the US real estate meltdown and is spreading throughout the financial markets.

The coordinated actions by the US Federal Reserve and other global central banks on Tuesday to further pump billions of dollars of liquidity into financial markets were "helpful" but stronger measures may be necessary.

Policy actions worldwide to date "may not prove to be adequate" to deal with the "low-probability but high-impact events" that may materialize and undermine global financial stability, Lipsky said in an address at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a Washington think tank.

"Policy makers as a matter of course need to 'think the unthinkable,' and to consider how they would plan to react if contingencies arise. The need to prepare more systematically for potential risks has been demonstrated amply during the past few months," he said.

"By now, there is little doubt that risks of further escalation of this crisis are rising and decisive policy action will be required to put the global financial system and economy on a firmer footing."

He said the first priority was to reverse the spreading strains in global financial markets and to restore the normal functioning of the financial system in advanced economies. 
 
 
Current Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Mood: crankycranky
Current Music: Skinny Puppy - Assimilate
 
 
Kid Kundalini - PI ( kidkundalini )
11 March 2008 @ 03:22 am
...so, I was considering selling a one of my favourite toys today, but then realized that it may come in handy over the next few years ... it's a massive truck, an M152 Dodge Power Wagon - - - a decommissioned Canadian Army Command truck, built in 1954. I've had dreams of camperizing it, although it is quite suitable for adventures as it is ... mind you, it's terrible on gas, and no, I don't give a rat's ass about the "carbon footprint" it leaves! Ideally, it will be converted to "free energy" eventually, but an efficient diesel would be best in the short term...


Why am I rambling about this?


Well ... it might not be a bad idea to find a way to leave those big cities, folks! While you are living life in the fast lane, enjoying the rat race, and being pissed off that I'm dissing the environment by not giving a rat's ass about my destructive ways, I will be following my Heart ... and it says - - - no, it feels ... feels that it is time to get the priorities straight.


Is anyone aware of this wee thing called "Planet X" or "Nibiru"?


I highly suggest that you set a few moments aside to view the following:


This short series provides an excellent introduction for those whom are unaware:


Surviving 2012 and Planet X - Part 1/5


Surviving 2012 and Planet X - Part 2/5


Surviving 2012 and Planet X - Part 3/5


Surviving 2012 and Planet X - Part 4/5


Surviving 2012 and Planet X - Part 5/5


...please pass this along to those that matter to you - allow them to feel the Truth and come to their own conclusions...


Open your Heart and LOVE!!!


- Kid >;}~


PS: ...and if you don't believe any of this, at least check out my favourite childhood cartoon, Thundarr the Barbarian and have a good laugh!


"Either you repeat the same conventional doctrines everybody is saying, or else you say something true, and it will sound like it's from Neptune." - - - Noam Chomsky
 
 
Current Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current Mood: indescribable
Current Music: Vangelis - Bladerunner Blues