Saturday, March 23, 2013
Movements Within and Without Called For with Light Station Stewards
Movements both within and without are called for with Light Station stewards. Such Stations are manifested in harmony with energy signatures of each steward and the location and intention for each Light Station.
Releasing of engraved patterns in such stewards and all Hue-manity is essential for next steps in the energetic upgrade of Gaia. These pathways have yet to be traversed, and require full flexibility of those involved.
Prior "standards of performance" for all Light Craft and Light Stewards are no more. Current "standards of performance" are conveyed from within and in the moment. Thus full flexibility is necessary in all Light Stewards.
We recommend the savoring of the energies of these moments.
ÉirePort | March 23, 2013 at 21:22
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2013
Hatonn Wake up Call: March 22, 2013 by Nancy Tate
Good day dear ones! I am Hatonn, and I am here to tell you that so much is happening within the framework of what will be in place when the mess is cleaning up. There is so much that has been readied and will be set into place when all of the rubble is cleared away and the ones who created it have either seen their folly, or have been taken to their own holographic planet. They don’t even recognize their power of creativity to the utmost, for this holographic planet is of their creation. They are so dependent on keeping their power that they have secured their desire to reign and have separated themselves even further from the rest of humanity.
Yes, that is the power you all have. You are in your knowingness about the love, which has no measure, or limitations. They are in their power of sameness and deeper into it, which is away from the flowing, growing love energy, which knows no boundaries. As they sink deeper into their holes of self-endurance in the duality, they emit their power to keep it the way they have designed. As you flow forward and outward more and more you create in the moment the newness of what you are capable of and what is the forever expression of love of the Oneness of all of Creation.
We see you all in this love energy flowing into a wonderful glowing transformative energy that encompasses more than just being in the now as you have comprehended it till now. We are seeing that you are uniting all of time that you have experienced, and are bringing it all together in the power of being able to access any of it in any moment. This is what you are doing now dear ones, and after last night’s tele-conference you who were involved are even more aware of what can take place.
I add one more thing to this message and it is this. Before any of you stand completely in your power you will know who you are. That is what will be the vital trigger for you all to release the last hold on the duality experience that you have had. Yes, you are released cosmicly from the duality because it is no more, but the chosen memories you each have of it linger on. When you take that final step and release all of those memories, then you will experience complete and total freedom in the newness of your Oneness forevermore.
I welcome you to your new way of being, for with some of you it is a matter of not being quite sure that this is the way it is. I assure you that it is, and at some point you will know it yourselves completely. That is when all of the encumbrances will fall away and be no more. You will be able to explore the wonders of the universe and beyond and choose which place, and how many of them, to call home, for it is all Home.
I leave this one now to her breakfast with her dear one. They are ready for the coming times with their returned dear dog, Casper, and you will all know about the reunion when it happens. Till then, life is wonderful, and a pleasure to express. I love you all and shall return to these messages once more, again and again.
Thank you dear wonderful Hatonn,
Love, Nancy Tate
Former MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan quits TV to run organic hydroponic farm
By David Ferguson
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 16:11 EDT
Former MSNBC host and author of the book Greedy Bastards Dylan Ratigan has announced that after leaving his show in June of 2012, he has re-launched his life as an organic, hydroponic farmer. In an open letter on his website DylanRatigan.com, Ratigan proclaimed that his life changed direction when he found himself burnt out by “hollow political debates” and “in search of meaning and purpose in my work and life.”
Ratigan said that it was meeting a Marine combat veteran war protester and his wife who appeared on “The Dylan Ratigan Show” in June that inspired him. The couple explained to him a technique for hydroponic farming that reportedly uses 90 percent less water than a conventional farm, but produces three times as much food.
“It was a business that promised to cure food deserts – areas where access to fresh and healthy food is limited – while having the potential to create jobs for thousands of combat veterans, each of whom was the beneficiary of $1 million in military training while on active duty,” wrote Ratigan Wednesday.
“Since I left MSNBC and dylanratigan.com last June, I first started working with these inspiring visionary veterans on the phone, and then in person to expand their dream and help turn it into a reality,” he continued. “The process alone has restored meaning and purpose in my life, my health and spirit have taken on a renewed vitality and, because of my time with you, I have had the opportunity and privilege to literally put my money where my mouth is.”
Ratigan has relocated from New York City to San Diego County, California, where he is working with Colin and Karen Archipley at their hydroponic organic farm, “Archi’s Acres” full-time. He and the project’s other backers see the program as a means of providing sustainable food crops in the U.S. while offering job opportunities to veterans.
Ratigan will appear Thursday, March 21 on ABC’s “The Chew” and on Friday, March 22 on MSNBC’s “Martin Bashir” to discuss the project and share his recipe for a delicious organic kale salad.
|This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video |
shows IRS employees portraying "Star Trek" characters
in a video parodying the TV show that was made for a
2010 IRS training and leadership conference. (AP)
IRS Captain: How long till total anarchy?
Spock: According to my calculations total anarchy will occur at 11:11 hours....
IRS blasted over 'frivolous' parody video of 'Star Trek,' agency admits mistake
Published March 22, 2013
WASHINGTON – While taxpayers may be getting used to seeing federal agencies fritter away their money, there's something ironic about the IRS doing it.
The tax-collecting agency is under fire over a training video from a 2010 conference that parodied "Star Trek" -- and cost tens of thousands of dollars to make.
The IRS now says the video was a mistake and wouldn't be made today. But Republicans were steamed as they portrayed the tape as yet another example of the government wasting tax dollars at a time of trillion-dollar deficits.
"There is nothing more infuriating to a taxpayer than to find out the government is using their hard-earned dollars in a way that is frivolous," Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La., said. "The IRS admitted as much when it disclosed that it no longer produces such videos."
The agency says the six-minute video, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money, the agency said.
The video features an elaborate set depicting the control room, or bridge, of the spaceship featured in the hit TV show. IRS workers portray the characters, including one who plays Mr. Spock, complete with fake hair and pointed ears.
The production value is high even though the acting is what one might expect from a bunch of tax collectors. In the video, the spaceship is approaching the planet "Notax," where alien identity theft appears to be a problem.
It was shown at the opening of a 2010 training and leadership conference but does not appear to have any training value.
"The IRS recognizes and takes seriously our obligation to be good stewards of government resources and taxpayer dollars," the agency said in a statement. "There is no mistaking that this video did not reflect the best stewardship of resources."
The agency said it has tightened controls over the use of its production equipment to "ensure that all IRS videos are handled in a judicious manner that makes wise use of taxpayer funds while ensuring a tone and theme appropriate for the nation's tax system."
The agency also said, "A video of this type would not be made today."
The video was released late in the day Friday after investigators from the House Ways and Means Committee requested it.
The film was made at an IRS studio in New Carrollton, Md., a suburb of Washington. The agency said it uses the studio to make training films and informational videos for taxpayers.
"The use of video training and video outreach through the in-house studio has become increasingly important to the IRS to reach both taxpayers and employees," the agency said. "In the current budget environment, using video for training purposes helps us save millions of dollars and is an important part of successful IRS cost-efficiency efforts."
IRS YouTube videos have been viewed more than 5 million times, the agency said. A video on the IRS website called "When Will I Get My Refund?" has been seen 950,000 times this filing season.
The disclosure of the "Star Trek" video comes as agencies throughout the federal government face automatic spending cuts, including employee furloughs at many of them.
Acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller has told employees they could be furloughed five to seven days this summer. The furloughs, however, will be delayed until after tax filing season so refunds should not be affected.
The agency said the "Star Trek" video "was a well-intentioned, light-hearted introduction to an important conference during a difficult period for the IRS."
Congressional investigators initially sought both the "Star Trek" video and the "Gilligan's Island" video but after viewing them determined that the "Gilligan's Island" video was a legitimate training video. The IRS did not release the "Gilligan's Island" video.
"The video series with an island theme provided filing season training for 1,900 employees in our Taxpayer Assistance Centers in 400 locations," the IRS said. "This example of video training alone saved the IRS about $1.5 million each year compared to the costs of training the employees in person."