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New York Times covers “Targeted Individuals”

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The first of the three videos can be skipped, but the whole article is a welcome piece of writing.

And here’s a link from it which I also found useful:

Unfortunately, I didn’t read this in time and allowed my tormentors to force me from my home, losing tens of thousands of dollars in the hasty (terrified) process.

Now, just like the article predicts, I find myself in yet another bad situation (wondering if it has also be engineered by handlers), with options narrowing….

BUT, chastened by this article, I will make less-hasty, more cautious choices.  AND I will look for the somewhat-local community this article mentions as a way to get support.

Keep the Faith ~

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I am a “Targeted Individual”

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My Name is Jean Ann Eisenhower

and I’m a “targeted individual”- TI.

That means: at some point,

I got on a powerful someone’s shit list.

I was baptized and “confirmed” Mormon

but only because my mother made me,

but I’ve ignored the church I promised to respect,

and have even implicated it publicly in sexual crimes.

I allowed myself to be drawn into a sorority,

only after putting up a heroic resistance,

but they found my weak points, reeled me in,

and I deactivated two weeks after making my solemn vows.

car bombI failed to honor my nation and keep its secrets.

Instead, I exposed the lies of the FBI

in a failed assassination attempt against my colleague.

I told the whole world.

The attacks on my life, begun in childhood

have accelerated over the decades, and now

accelerate through the years.

And it’s becoming unbearable.

DSC05256Computer interference.  Identity theft.

Phone tapped.  Grapevine slander.

Home break-ins.  Car sabotaged.

Amnesic medical and other events at night.


Biopsy scoop marks.  Healed scars.

Taser burns.  Drug effects.

Injection bruises.  “Donut” bruises.

Tones and videos projected into mind.

Unconsciousness, missing time.

Unusual waking with tones or electronic vibrations.

Exhaustion, heart problems, heart attacks.

Depression, anxiety.

Grief, fear.

I wonder what to do.

Telling people goes pretty much nowhere.

The targeting people are a network,

with tentacles into communications,

churches, law enforcement, everywhere –

including the highest reaches of power in the world.

No successful response is likely to be political,

or legal, or even social in the mainstream.

I can respond emotionally, and I have.

And I work every day to heal my emotions.

I can respond philosophically, explore the meaning

of our world, beyond the crafted worldview.

I can respond spiritually, lift myself above the mire

of this world, in which children are sold

into experiments, fracturing their minds

and stealing their souls.

“How shall we then live?”

Rebellions will be quelled, activism misdirected.

Only in myself do I have any power,

and with my relations in the cosmos.

This is the shift I’ve been trying to make –

to design my life for less connection

to our material world, where I am attacked,

and more to the world of Spirit.

th-2Perhaps it’s what the spirits have had in mind for me all along,

dogging me, provoking me,

driving me back

to their wilderness, away from the dangers of civilization.

Perhaps they are not evil beings, per se, who rape the children.

Perhaps they are simply creators,

slicing lower chakras of humans

for some worthy purpose, unaware of how it feels to us.

Perhaps they are my helpers

igniting a fire to move me, for a good I cannot see.

Or maybe my pain, our pain,

physical, emotional, and psychic,

is just a cost of doing business on Earth,

a cost born by us, but not personal.

Or maybe it’s a very personal challenge,

a spiritual challenge,

one’s destiny,

to see, through pain, beyond the illusion.

th-1Maybe pain is the messenger

to wake up.

Those in pain may be the lucky ones.

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6 Plants Other than Cannabis That Are High in Healing Cannabinoids

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6 Plants Other than Cannabis That Are High in Healing Cannabinoids

by crowrising

Anna Hunt

Cannabis is not the only plant that contains medically beneficial cannabinoids, although it has driven the research to understand the powerful therapeutic properties of these plant compounds. In actuality, there are several plants that are also rich in cannabinoids and benefit the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for helping the body maintain internal balance, or homeostasis, needed for attaining optimum health.

To expand our understanding of cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system, scientists and botanists are exploring the prevalence of cannabinoids in many plants, other than just cannabis, that are used in natural remedies. Below are six plants found to contain healing cannabinoids or affect the endocannabinoid system and some of their known therapeutic benefits.

1. Coneflower—Echinacea

This plant is well-known for its ability to help the body fight off the common cold. It is also used to relieve anxiety, fatigue, migraines, and arthritis. Echinacea is a bit different than cannabis because it uses cannabimimetics instead of cannabinoids to engage the endocannabinoid system, particularly the CB2 receptor. Similar to THC in cannabis, the N-alkyl amides (NAAs) in echinacea are responsible for regulating the immune system, pain, and inflammation.

2. Electric Daisy—Acmella oleracea

Native to the Amazon region, the electric daisy is used to create a painkilling gel. It successfully blocks pain receptors at nerve endings, as per trials conducted by Cambridge University. The compounds found the the electric daisy are called N-Isobutylamides, and similarly to other cannabinoid-like compounds they regulate pain and inflammation. This natural remedy is emerging as a dental remedy for ailments such as impacted wisdom teeth.

3. Helichrysum umbraculigerum

Native to South Africa, this daisy has a strong mood-stabilizing and anti-depressant effect due to a large amounts of cannabigerol (CBG), also found in the cannabis plant.

Helichrysum has been studied by Italian natural product chemist Giovanni Appendino. He presented at the International Cannabinoid Research Society his discovery that cannabinoid-like compounds are made by plants, starting from an aromatic acid, which is different from the normal cannabinoid biosynthetic route. Helichrysum is used in African ritual ceremonies to make fumes with a potential psychotropic effect similar to other cannabinoids.

4. Liverwort—Radula marginata

This plant, indigenous to New Zealand, contains large amounts of perrottetinenic acid, which is strikingly similar to THC, the psychoactive component in cannabis. It is believed to bind with the CB1 receptors, just as THC, although liverwort is not known to have any psychoactive effects. What it is known for is its ability to treat bronchitis, and historically it has been used to alleviate gallbladder, liver and bladder problems.

5. Cacao—Theobroma cacao

The cacao plant has many therapeutic properties and it is known to be a powerful, and delicious superfood. Cacao affects the endocannabinoid system by deactivating the enzyme FAAH, which typically breaks down the endocannabinoid known as anandamide. Since anandamide is identified to be the body’s natural version of THC, eating natural chocolate increases the amounts of anandamide in the brain because the FAAH enzyme is less active.

The result is similar to what many people experience when smoking cannabis—a general feeling of being relaxed and happy—although the result is nowhere near as potent as with THC. Researchers at the Neurosciences Institute of San Diego were able to back up the claims that chocolate does contain three compounds that act as healing cannabinoids.

6. Black Pepper—Piper nigrum

A very common aroma molecule or terpene, called beta-caryophyllene (BCP), found in plant essential oils and abundantly present in black pepper, has been discovered to function as a cannabinoid. Similar to other plant-based cannabinoids, BCP binds with the CB2 receptors, giving it the therapeutic effect of reducing inflammation. Various research has suggested that BCP could be used for the treatment of arthritis and osteoporosis, and may potentially increase the effectiveness of certain anti-cancer drugs.

This article (“6 Plants Other than Cannabis That Are High in Healing Cannabinoids”) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Anna Hunt and It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.

Anna Hunt is a staff writer for and an entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in research and editorial writing. She and her husband run a preparedness e-store outlet at, offering GMO-free storable food and emergency kits. Anna is also a certified Hatha yoga instructor. She enjoys raising her children and being a voice for optimal human health and wellness. Read more of her excellent articles here. Visit her essential oils store here.


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Reporting Back on Brain Entrainment

Hi All,

BW_iPad_4I want to describe my experience with brain entrainment – which I called “training wheels” for developing greater consciousness of my mental processes.

First, I liked the BrainWave app, found it very soothing and hopefully protective.  On evening three, however, while sitting in bed at night, I had the distinct impression that the steady entrainment frequency (which I was using for a vague sense of “protection”) could also be used to slip programming into me by matching the frequency as a carrier wave – and might be doing it right then – there seemed to be some sort of interference coming through!

Immediately, I removed my ear buds and replaced the entrainment frequency app with simple calming music of my choice, figuring that it would be harder for anyone to hide programming inside the ever-changing music.  Then I began using music for a big portion of each day after that – which is something I haven’t done much of throughout my life.  (Most of my life, I’ve valued silence and the thoughts of my own mind which I haven’t wanted distracted or overridden by others’ ideas and sounds.)

The habit of listening to music during the day (steady til April 28 when I first drafted this, then dropped again) – music chosen to make me calm and happy – caused me to realize that sometimes my own thoughts – especially when I focus on the mind control – can become toxic!  My Own Thoughts weren’t the pure source I’d always thought they were.  And music, carefully chosen, could put me on a better path – or at least I was willing to try it.  And surprise, surprise, I found myself maintaining a better mood and attitude!

Now, I apologize if this is a no-brainer for some of you who’ve always used music that way, but it’s new for me, and it caused me to realize that entrainment might be thought of as more than just the adaptation of the brain to a particular frequency, but also the adaptation of the brain to a general idea, which it can then magnify, repeat, resonate with, and even amplify.  And if the general trend is negative, it can be interrupted better with music than with my own best intentions.  Surprising discovery, because I always valued the natural way over technology – but soon I was back to my valued silence.

So the exercise of trying out the BrainWave brain entrainment app allowed me to think about, feel, and experience, the dramatic effects of a frequency calming my mind – and a frequency threatening my mind (it seemed), two important things I’m glad to have experienced and recognized.

Second, I could also consider – in a deeply felt way – that the mind can also be entrained to an idea with just with my own mental habits – an idea we’ve all heard of in the “think positive” memes, which I’ve resented until now.  Finally, I can see the wisdom, rather than only denial, in a moderate application of the advice.

For the last few weeks, I haven’t used the app, but I feel far more aware now of the state of my mind and my ability to change it with either intention or technology if I should need.

I hope this encourages readers to consider their own mental patterns, disciplines, and ways to moderate and protect their mental states.  While technology may seem like a sort of dependence, it was a good awakening experience for a few days at least for me, helping me toward natural processes, with new awareness of technological and non-technological possibilities.

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Neuroscience Summit – happening now – free

A friend turned me on to a Neuroscience Summit (online webinar) that’s free and I’ll be listening to all this week.  I’ll write more soon about the first one I just listened to, but if you want to get in on  it now for the remainder of the 10 days, or as much as you want to do, click here:…nG-uBA&_bta_c=93d93x58xc042vwj2jyrebf7m5aai