Happy Thursday, dear friends. I thought my daughters were going back to college on Monday, but things didn’t go as planned. We spent the weekend immersed in family time, preparing to separate again for the new semester, but the holiday continued unabated well into the week.
First, they realized that they had a holiday on Monday, dedicated to Martin Luther King. Then they checked the school calendar, and realized classes didn’t start until Wednesday. Further investigation showed that neither had scheduled classes on Wednesday so they didn’t have to be back to campus until Thursday. As the weekend turned into the week, the packing and preparation started and stopped and started again.
I had to giggle, because life went on, no matter what the planned departure date was. It reminded me of Ascension. Way back in December of 2012, we all believed that a huge shift was eminent, and we prepared as best we could. Then dates, and the nature of the shift, changed and life continued on. I realized early on that life would continue forward, no matter what changes presented or what dates were plastered on the horizon.
We all get to choose how we live our lives. Are we going to wait for a future event, to create happiness in our lives now? Are we going to wait for specific dates on the calendar, before we begin living from our hearts? Do we have to wait for specific “energies” to occur, before we chose to live our lives immersed in our divinely focused and unique awesomeness? We all get to choose, and I choose to live every day, as if I am already there. The truth is, we are already there. We simply have yet to recognize it on a mass level. What do you choose? Isn’t it wonderful as well, that no matter what you chose in the past, you can change your mind today because you have the free will to do so.
Today, we take a look at a new space race and then move on from there.
Elon Musk plans to build a space internet.
Elon Musk is the creative brains behind the Tesla Motors, Solar City, SpaceX and HyperLoop. He is a visionary who’s time has come. He sees the expansion of telecommunications into space as the next big thing and he is not alone.
Greg Wyler of OneWeb, is also working on the issue of bringing reliable internet and telecommunications to the “other 3 Billion,” who live in remote areas and have limited access to affordable and reliable internet services. His platform is supported by investments from Virgin Group and telecommunications giant QualComm.
Major telecommunications companies are investing in both projects. The main focus is on creating a web of low-orbit satellites which will speed up data transfer rates exponentially. They also need to focus on getting the satellites into orbit affordably.
Musk’s SpaceEx recently opened a new office in the Seattle, WA area, in an effort to attract top-level aerospace engineers to work on new rocket models. The move is also attracting investors to their project from the high-tech sector of the Pacific Northwest.
Musk eventually sees the project expanding to provide rapid communication between Earth and the projected human colony on Mars in the coming decades. While space exploration and support has previously been the realm of world governments, forward thinking businesses are focusing in this area. This leads me to believe that the need for such services is indeed expected, because supply has never been introduced without a significant return on investment projected.
In a related article, SpaceX announced that Google and Fidelity just invested $1 Billion in the rocket company. This puts the value of the company at over $10 Billion. The idea of expanding technology out into space was once in the realm of science fiction, but investments like this show it will become a reality as quickly as possible. Forward thinking companies do take risks, but not without a solid base of forecasted knowledge.
It makes me wonder whether new technology platforms are being shared so that the population of Earth can create the necessary infrastructure to communicate across space, with human explorers and galactics as well. The jump in private market interest in space travel and communications seems to indicate that they might know more than we do. Interesting stuff.
Elon Musk also let the other shoe drop recently. In this article discussing the space internet satellite race, he indicated that SpaceX would use profits from the venture to support a permanent human colony of Mars. Scientists are currently developing the protocols for creating a colony on Mars, including the transportation challenges of moving humans to the red planet. Musk has such a strong belief in the project, that he is already planning how to support it, using future profits from a venture that does not yet exist.
If we read between the lines here, again, it seems as if the project must be pretty much assured. Couple this with recent leaks from NASA personnel that they already saw humans on Mars in the 1970’s and it sounds as if the project already exists. Time will certainly bring things to light.
The US Air Force declassifies a treasure trove of UFO documents.
If you haven’t visited The Black Vault project, you might find it extremely intriguing. The vault gives online access to over 1.3 Million document pages that were previously classified information. Seasoned researchers can dig out some pretty interesting information.
Recently, UFO enthusiast John Greenewald added another 130K in US Air Force articles on UFO sightings to the vault. Much of the information on his website has been declassified for a while, but access to the files was not easy to find.
The level of sarcasm from the reporter, that seeps through in the short ABC News interview of Greenewald, that accompanies this article, shows the continued efforts of main-stream media to discredit those who believe in extraterrestrial existence and contact.
The US government officially stated, in 1969, that there was no credible evidence of other civilizations existing in the universe. The US appeared to close the book on the subject at that time. With the advances in technology and personal video recording devices over the past decade, the evidence is mounting like a tidal wave that galactics are indeed making contact with earth. At some point, I believe, the evidence will be so overwhelming that this cover up will be laughable to all earth citizens.
The US government agrees to a settlement in a fake Facebook page sting.
Sondra Arquiett was convicted of a drug conspiracy charge in 2011. She was sentenced to time served and a period of home confinement. She thought her punishment was over, but it was really just about to begin.
She realized that the Drug Enforcement Agency had stolen her private phone data and set up a fake Facebook page in her name. The agency then tried to entrap some of her contacts that they suspected of drug activity. The page was up for at least 3 months. She sued the government in 2013, saying that she was suffering extreme emotional stress and could possibly be in mortal danger due to this subterfuge.
While the US State Department originally defended this action, they finally agreed to a settlement to pay Arquiett $134,000 in damages. This settlement was made through a mediator and in accepting it, she agreed to drop the case.
This is only the first, in a number of high profile cases, that suggest the US government uses questionable tactics to entrap individuals suspected of crimes using information obtained in other cases. This story appeared on the Associated Press, which also brought a suit related to a fake news article used to entrap a bombing suspect. While the State Department would not go as far as saying they would never use such tactics again, it is obvious that the rabbit is out of the hat on these types of tricks.
You worry about yourself!
Children being born these days seem to be very old souls. They are powerful beings who want to do things all by themselves, and often times they succeed. This adorable video shows a toddler trying to buckle up her own car seat. Hilarity ensues when her father offers his help. Enjoy!
That’s the news for today. Have a heart-warming day. I hope to see you back here tomorrow for more news.
Be Well. Be Joy. Be Love!