Friday, November 30, 2012

Multi-million Gold Heist From Curacao Boat

Not sure if the above video is the same boat, but its got me wondering... -AK

Multi-million gold heist from Curacao boat

By By KAREN ATTIAH, Associated Press – 10 minutes ago

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao (AP) — Armed men dressed as police boarded a fishing boat Friday in Curacao and stole about 70 gold bars worth an estimated $11.5 million, police in the southern Caribbean island said.

The boat's captain was struck in the head in the early-morning assault before the thieves made off with the gold in three cars, police spokesman Reggie Huggins said. Authorities believe there were six men involved in the heist. No suspects are in custody.

The captain and three crew members were from the South American country of Guyana, he said. Huggins declined to say who owned the boat or to provide any details about the possible source of the gold.

The boat, by its appearance, would seem an unlikely place to stash that amount of gold. The "Summer Bliss" is a fishing boat with rust streaks on its white cabin and no visible security.

A crew member who gave his name as Raymond Emmanuel told The Associated Press that they left Guyana four days ago and arrived early Friday in Curacao. He said they were delivering the gold to a company in Curacao but said he did not know the name of the business. He referred questions about the source of the gold to the captain, who was meeting with authorities on the Dutch Caribbean island and not immediately available.



(by Waves Forest)   Part Two: TENSEGRITY TOOLKIT

In part one of this report we presented some evidence in support of a wild-sounding hypothesis: the artificial retardation of human progress and cooperation is induced by inorganic nonphysical parasites that “cultivate” humans as sources of self-importance-flavored awareness energy, which they consume.  This predation occurs at the level of reality where we consist entirely of fields of energy.  Even those humans who believe they are controlling everyone else are themselves being parasitized in the same manner.  This arrangement has been going on all over the world throughout recorded history.  The sorcerers who first identified these parasites called them “flyers”, but since that term has several meanings in modern English, we’ve been referring to them as “awarenivores” for the last decade or so.
Disengaging self-significance repels these parasites.  To accomplish this we can utilize any of a wide variety of ancient energy-gathering and re-deploying movements which in modern times are known as magical passes or tensegrity.
Since some people may find these concepts rather upsetting, at this point it might be useful if we provide instructions for performing a pass with the specific purpose of restoring emotional equilibrium, before continuing this exploration.


This pass serves as a sort of emotional reset button.
The movement is asymmetrical.  Energy is pushed diagonally across the body from left to right, but not the other way.
Start with the feet about shoulder-width apart, and with the right foot about the same distance in front.  The knees are slightly flexed for stability.

The hands are right beside the pancreas area, the vital center known as the center of feeling, on the left front side between the hip and ribcage.  The left hand is held next to the crest of the hipbone with the flat palm up, fingers pointed diagonally towards a spot above the right knee.  The right hand is held with the palm down, a few inches directly above the left palm, fingers pointing the opposite direction.  
The right elbow projects forward to allow this.  From this position, take a deep breath.
Now with a sharp exhalation that fully engages the abdominal muscles, the hands shoot diagonally forward, horizontally, a few feet to the area above the right knee.  They arrive with the left hand flexed back, fingers up, in a position such as one would use to stop traffic, and the right hand in a back fist just above it.  The back of the right fist faces the same direction as the left palm, forward and to the right.  This movement and breath is then repeated as many times as necessary, five, ten, twenty times, whatever it takes.  The body can feel when it’s had enough.  If the unwanted feeling returns later, simply perform the movement again.  (One of the cumulative effects of regularly practicing magical passes is a reduced susceptibility to negative emotions.)
Although this is called a movement for dispelling anguish, as far as we can tell it works on dispelling other unwanted emotions as well.  This pass would not be part of one’s regular practice, but used only when needed, or when showing others how to use it.  It works regardless of whether one can see the energy, or understands how it works, so it is effective even for very young or very old people.     

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