This is rather excellent.
PentaProps™ to Jeff Jamroga of the Jamrogas for this post.
The schools – like everything else here – is geared not towards learning to live a life of discovery but rather towards an end goal of producing corporate profit. At the expense of all else, of course.
It is a crime against humanity of epic proportions.
It needs to be scrapped and redone so it benefits the people it professes to teach. Like it says, students may be 20% of the population but they are 100% of the future.
Stumbled across this fellow on a mission to listen to Ken Gerhard on Coast to Coast via Cryptomundo and YouTube because I figured that was the reason Ken had to cancel the Arcane Radio show he was scheduled for. The first hour was this Doctor fella hawking his jaw-droppingly expensive supplements claimed to cure what really ails you.
I havent found anything negative yet and what he was saying made a lot of sense to me, having heard much before about getting rid of gluten and seems legit. I’m gonna run it by my doc, she’s pretty hip to the hype.
In any case, these two lists I can agree with so I present them here for your review.
Critical Health News
Ten Bad Foods
Below are recommendations from Dr. Joel Wallach that everybody should limit or ELIMINATE from their diet.
- Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says that it’s gluten free.
- Fried Food – nothing fried! You should boil, broil or bake and never more than medium rare for red meat.
- Oils – Oils oxidize when they come into contact with the air (become rancid). Since almost all oil is continually exposed to some air from the time it is produced, the process of oxidation has begun in even the freshest oil. These oxidized oils cause inflammation and cell damage. (Youngevity’s essential oils are injected into the gel caps surrounded by nitrogen to prevent oxidation.)
- Well done red meat (IE No burned fats) – (rare or medium-rare is ok!) If you grill your food, try to have something between the food and the fire (like aluminium foil) so the juice doesn’t drip onto the flame and deposit dangerous things on the meat.
- Any nitrates added to meat – (ie: deli meats) tell your butcher NO NITRATES or NITRITES!
- No carbonated drinks of any kind within one hour before, during or one hour after meals.
- Skin of a baked potato (or yam, or sweet potato). If you boil a potato, you can eat the skins.
Dr. Joel Wallach is an EXPERT in medical nutrition and recommends the Good Food/Bad Food list to everyone.There are exceptions for diabetics regarding fruit/sugar. You must clean up your diet for good health and to absorb nutrients.
As a bonus, here are the foods that are GOOD for you, as recommended by Dr. Joel Wallach and Dr. Peter Glidden:
TO COOK EGGS YOU MAY:
- Poach; This is his number one choice because the water never reaches a temperature greater than 212 degrees.
- Scramble with butter over very low heat and only until they are just setting up. If you can hear them cooking it’s too hot.
- Soft boil with the yolk still runny. Some call them “2 minute eggs”. (Hard-boiled egg yolks with a greenish coating have had their cholesterol degraded.)
- Raw Eggs are good BUT you must increase your Biotin.
- Beef—rare/medium rare
- Mixed, Salted Nuts—no peanuts
Any carbohydrate (except oatmeal) that is “Gluten Free” is OK.
- Pure Buckwheat (Isn’t wheat).
- Couscous (made from pearl millet only).
- Corn (GMO Free)
Vegetables & Fruits
Oils Fats and Sugars
- Salt – Salt your food to taste. To properly digest your food you need stomach acid and salt helps in the creation of stomach acid.
- Nut Butters—no extra sugar
- Lard (yes, lard!)
- Use Butter – Margarine is simply oil in a solid state. If you cook with butter, make sure the heat is low enough that the butter doesn’t turn brown in the pan.
- 4-8, 8oz glasses of filtered water each day. Avoid soft plastic bottles.
- Green tea
- Red wine
ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity)
20,000 ORAC points of anti-oxidants daily.
Foods high in ORAC – Blue berries, cinnamon, walnuts, curry, dark skinned fruits, unprocessed cocoa powder, acai berry, green tea, red wine (research for more foods high in ORAC).
A note of caution to those using Youngevity products.
Phytates bind to minerals in the Beyond Tangy Tangerine, Plant Derived minerals, and other Youngevity products containing minerals. The phytates interfere with the absorption of minerals and wastes them. If you eat phytates, take your minerals at least two hours before, or two hours after you consume the phytates.
Examples of phytates:
Nuts, seeds, rice, beans, spinach, peas, lentils, legumes. Do an internet search to find more foods that contain phytates.
Yes, it eem legit.
I am not able to comment on his supplements, though. They are fabulously expensive and that makes me pause. Be careful out there.
amazing moto trials guy hopping posts on back wheel
Nice old Gold Leaf livery.
The wonderful Type 47 from Lotus, a very spiffy racecar that also appeared in a calmer version intended for the public streets called the Europa. Yes, this is a racer on the streets, but, you can (or could?) do that over in free-er lands.
One of my most lusted after conveyances. Ever. It’s the look. It’s just … right.
Mr. Vaughan playing Voodoo Child live in Austin, Texas.
I see this everyday in my caregiver mission.
I have noticed more than a couple of the listed things affecting me.
But I am not planning on being around much longer.
So for you readers here is a post that was on Walgreens and the Alzheimer Association’s list of warning signs was there.
Many people fear that normal age-related mental changes like forgotten words or misplaced keys are early signs of Alzheimer’s disease.
But ongoing issues with memory or problem-solving that disrupt your daily life can be an indication of a larger problem.
Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. 1 Although more common in people 60 years of age or older, the number of people with the disease doubles every 5 years after age 65.1 Alzheimer’s occurs when abnormal deposits of proteins form throughout the brain, primarily in the parts that store memories.2 These protein deposits interfere with your brain’s ability to transmit information, and can cause neurons, specialized nerve cells, to die. Damage to the brain may begin at least a decade before memory loss becomes evident.2
Watch for the Alzheimer’s Association’s 10 early signs and symptoms in yourself or someone you know:
- Memory loss. Forgetting important dates or events, repeatedly asking for the same information, or increasingly relying on notes or others to remember information you used to be able to retain.
- Challenges in problem-solving or planning. Finding new difficulties in working with numbers, such as following a familiar recipe or keeping track of bills.
- Difficulty completing familiar tasks. Daily tasks such as driving to a familiar location or remembering how to play a favorite game.
- Losing track of dates, seasons and time.
- Difficulty understanding spatial relationships. Newfound problems reading or judging distances when driving.
- Difficulty using words. Having trouble joining or following a conversation
- Misplacing items. Losing the ability to retrace steps in order to find them.
- Impaired judgement. Giving large sums of money to telemarketers or strangers, or paying less attention to grooming or hygiene.
- Withdrawing from work, family or society. Facing trouble keeping up with their sports team or participating in a favorite hobby.
- Mood swings and personality changes. Easily becoming confused or suspicious, fearful or anxious, and getting easily upset.
If you notice the symptoms last for a period of time and disrupt daily life, don’t ignore them. Get checked—early detection matters.
By Nancy Kupka PhD, RN
Nancy Kupka is a Manager of Clinical Programs and Quality at Walgreens and accepts the fact that she is always losing her keys.
1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Health Aging. Alzheimers Disease. http://www.cdc.gov/aging/aginginfo/alzheimers.htm (accessed 7/18/16)
2. National Institute on Aging. Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral Center. About Alzheimer’s Disease: Alzheimer’s Basics. https://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers/topics/alzheimers-basics(accessed 9/25/16)
3. The Alzheimer’s Association. 10 Early Symptoms and Signs of Alzheimers. http://www.alz.org/10-signs-symptoms-alzheimers-dementia.asp (accessed 7/18/16)
And there you have it.
It is frightening and it will very likely kill us all.
I first found this fellow a few years ago at a small site devoted to this exceptional photo and had a few pages discussing bits of it and related info about the place and such. I became seriously enamored of the whole episode as this is obviously not a Bigfoot and yet there it is waiting for us to twig it.
Lately there have been dogman stories popping up all over the place and that finally slurged this awesome beast from the bile-filled crannies of my mind. And it is just as wonderful as ever. The original site is gone but Lon posted this a few yarn ago and the first page of the site is now below. This is good as we do not want to let this being fade into obscurity.
Okay, here it is.
Monday, August 22, 2011
On June 1, 2005, a photo was taken of an unidentified species standing beside a waterfall in the Parc des Sept Chutes in Quebec, Canada. Amazingly, the creature appears to be holding something and is staring at the photographer, who doesn’t notice it. This creature does not match the typical descriptions of the legendary Bigfoot, which is usually described a being a massive creature that resembles a human, having a conical head and a human-looking flat face. As well, the Bigfoot is not usually described as being aggressive.
The creature in the photo has several unique physical attributes that differentiates it from typical Bigfoot sightings. The creature is erect, standing on two legs and appears to be between 5-6 feet tall. It has an elongated snout that appears dog-like as well as silver hair on its head reaching to it’s shoulders. The creature’s body is black and the left arm is visible bent at the elbow. Quite remarkably, the creature looks to be holding a white dog.
Based on the red area that looks like blood on the creatures head, it may have been feeding on the dog. The creature has a triangular shaped head and, unlike most Bigfoot who retreat when seen, this creature is holding his ground and staring aggressively and directly at the photographer.
In August 2008, David Claerr wrote an article comparing the Beast of Seven Chutes and Dogman of Michigan:
In the forests of Northern Wisconsin, Michigan and East Central Canada, between about 42 to 48 degrees of Latitude, there have been a resurgence of reports of a large, bipedal carnivore, within the past several years. There is a notable resemblance in the descriptions to a being in the lore of native tribes: the Windigo, a tall, ferocious creature with a wolf-like head on the body of a man or bear. It also fits the descriptions from European legends of the werewolf.
The cryptic creature is reported to have unique characteristics that differ from the appearance of a Sasquatch or Bigfoot. Generally smaller and less stocky than a Sasquatch, it is said to be closer to the height of an average man, and the arms and legs are similar in proportion to the human. The hands or fore-paws are said to have long curving, sharp claws. The feet, judged by footprints, are said to be elongated somewhat like the human, but the toes are shorter and configured more like a canine. But the most striking feature, according to the accounts, is the elongated muzzle with large protruding canines and pointed incisors.
Accounts of sightings of the creature are often in conjunction with a fresh kill, usually a deer. Its demeanor is hostile and aggressive, according to reports. The non-human expression is said to be malevolent, and the glaring eyes and snarling grimace are said to provoke a deep sense of dread. The accompanying illustrations by the author are based on purported eyewitness accounts and a detail from a photo taken in a park near, Quebec Canada. “Seven Chutes” refers to the cataracts or waterfalls in the park, which is known by the the French name “Parc de Sept Chutes”. In a small area of the larger, complete picture of a waterfall, a strange figure is facing the camera and looking up through the foliage on the embankment. Amazingly, it appears to be cradling a white poodle in its arms.
The hand-drawn digital illustrations by the author were derived by a visual study of an enlarged detail of the figure. Sophisticated filtering effects were employed to isolate color groups and enhance details of the structure and textural patterns. A compensation for motion-blur was added. The resulting rectified image, which revealed surprising detail, was used as a visual comparison for the illustrations. (To see the original unaltered picture and more information, refer to the link in the Resources section below.)
The crown of the creature’s head has an irregular red coloration that has the appearance of a stain, perhaps blood. The rest of the hair or fur, which follows coherent patterns, is in shades of grey to white, darker at the base and lighter toward the tips. The head has a moderately long mane that appears to obscure the ears. The coat of hair on the arms, legs and body is somewhat uniform and comprised of stiff bristles about an inch and a half long, judging from proportions. The lower legs and feet in the image are obscured, so the illustrated configuration of them is conjectural. The “dog” it appears to hold is less distinct since it has more of a motion-blur, but still looks more like a dog than any other object or animal.
From studying the apparent bone structure, musculature, posture and hair-growth patterns it is a reasonable hypothesis that the creature, if real, would have characteristics most in common with the primate branch that includes macaques and baboons. Since the environment in the reports is the colder mid-northern regions, an analogous primate could be the Snow Monkeys (macaques) of Japan, which have a seasonal growth of hair that allows them to survive temperature extremes. Related primates, like baboons, also have enormous canine teeth and a head that can appear very dog- or wolf-like. The hind legs and feet of a baboon are also somewhat dog-like in appearance and function. These conjectures are worth considering if a bipedal, primarily carnivorous primate is postulated. Of course, most primates are omnivores or herbivores, but that does not preclude the possible existence of a carnivorous primate. An analogy to that premise would be the carnivorous marsupial “wolves” and “lions” formerly inhabiting Tasmania.
Reports of this type of cryptic biped in the Americas go back centuries before the arrival of Europeans. There have been sporadic reports since the days of New World settlements of this and perhaps related creatures by well known explorers and historical figures. Whether the phenomenon is real or imaginary, a greater understanding of this and other mysteries can be gained only through scientific investigation and comprehensive field research.
The person who took the photo lives in Quebec, about 15 minutes from where the photo was taken. He speaks French and works as a driver for a construction company and wishes to remain anonymous.
He was sightseeing alone at the Parc des Sept Chutes which is near Saint-Georges de Beauce, Quebec, it was about 90 degrees that day. He did not notice the subject or anything out of the ordinary while he was walking around the park taking pictures. The date was Wed. June 1st 2005 there were no other park visitors around. He took 76 photos (all at medium resolution) of various park features, he also recorded 4 videos. (The videos are available for anyone who wants to view them.) The camera was a Canon A70. He was looking through the photos at home that same day and was surprised to see the subject/creature standing in the woods looking up at him. The photo was number 32 in the set. He has since been back to this area 3 times and taken photos and videos on each occasion. He was back on Monday July 4th and was spooked when he heard something walking in the woods 20-30 feet away from him. He stated that he probably will not be going back there alone. In some of the later photos he took he had his girlfriend stand where the subject was and he stood where he initially was and took photos to get a sense of size and scale. – haveyouseenthiscreature.com
NOTE: was this a small Bigfoot or a large baboon? Any other thoughts on the identity? Or was this simply a hoax? Lon
You know what?
I am glad that there are dogmen!
As long as they don’t get … hungry.
Peggy Lee – Fever
Just too good.
What happened to the world that we do not see this so much anymore?