Stale Content on the Blog
The problem of people encountering stale content on the blog continues. What that means is that they sign in to the blog today, say, and they see yesterday’s content only.
The original cause of the problem has been fixed, but people need to do one or more of the following to be free of the impact of whatever software it was that caused the original problem:
(1) Try refreshing the page in your web browser
On a PC, press: Ctrl and F5
On a Mac, press: Command ⌘ and R
(2) Delete your web browser’s cache (history, cookies, etc.)
(3) Reboot your computer
Of course you see the irony in the situation. The very people who need to read this are people who cannot get on the blog of today’s date to read it. To put it another way, anyone reading this is not subject to the problem. Anyone subject to the problem will not be reading this.
For that I have no obvious fix.
Readers are writing in and pointing out that Mehran Keshe is charging a mandatory 399 Euro “donation” on top of the cost of the plasma unit. They’re calling him a fraud.
Yes, we do know about it. It’s circumstances like these that have us not want to post very much on Dr. Keshe until … until what? Well, it certainly has us not rush to press news stories related to him.
Another reader writes in:
“After I read your article about Dr.Keshe’s plasma energy unit, I searched his name to see if any of the mainstream media covered this news. But strangely there was a article in a news website, express.co.uk, that said Dr. Keshe has predicted that a major earthquake is going to split north and south america, followed by tsunamis that will kill at least 20 million people. This will lead to economic collapse and eventually world peace. I remember reading somewhere that such large scale cataclysms are no more in earth’s future. Can you comment please.”
No disaster is imminent for the world. Perhaps see Ready-Reference Guide: There’s No Need to Fear. That item was written a few years ago, but the information still pertains.
Nonetheless, if what the reader says is true, it’d be another indication of how what Dr. Keshe says needs to be taken with discernment.
There are so many lightworkers of global stature who are not quite knights in full shining armor yet. Moreover, often we lightworkers who don’t play on the global stage lack balance, are out for what AAM calls “profile,” are weak in our commitment, etc. Our work on the ground is not as stellar as that of our friends in the rafters.
I won’t serve as Dr. Keshe’s apologist. In cases like his, the standards of behavior and reliability he offers are not what we’d like to see.