Friday, September 30, 2016

How Your Feces Determines Your Levels of Body Fat

Fat is stored all over our body and an expanding waistline increases the risk of many chronic illnesses. The type of bacteria in human feces could decide how much dangerous fat is stored in the body, a study from Kings College, London has concluded.
The findings, outlined in the journal Genome Biology, strongly suggest obesity is genetically influenced as heritable bacteria were found in the faecal microbiome.

Your body's fat impacts your health differently depending on where it's stored. While most fat found on other parts of our bodies (think arms, legs, buttocks) are considered "subcutaneous fat," belly fat is more likely to be "visceral." Visceral fat shows strong links to cancer, insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease and other metabolic problems.
The College's research adds to mounting evidence that gut bacteria has a larger say in weight gain than previously thought.
Although obesity is the recognized global health concern, the build-up of abdominal fat has been identified as the single risk factor for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
Quite where gut microbes' role comes into play is still unclear but a number of theories have been suggested, including alterations in energy harvest from food and an increase in inflammatory microbe populations.

The 1.5 kilograms of bacteria that we each carry in our intestines have an enormous impact on our health and well being. The bacteria normally live in a sensitive equilibrium but if this equilibrium is disrupted our health could suffer.

Analysis of Twin Poo
Six measures of obesity were compared, with BMI and upper to lower body fat ratios included.
Researchers selected 1,313 sets of twins from the TwinsUK cohort that looked at stool samples and the DNA information about faecal microbes.
Six measures of obesity were compared, with BMI and upper to lower body fat ratios included. The strongest relationships concerned the levels of visceral abdominal fat.
The findings were further scrutinised using BMI as a measure of obesity in two more population based groups and another TwinsUK dataset.
"This study has shown a clear link between bacterial diversity in feces and markers of obesity and cardiovascular risk, particularly for visceral fat," said Dr Michelle Beaumont, the study's lead author and research associate at the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology at King's.
"However, as this was an observational study we cannot say precisely how communities of bacteria in the gut might influence the storage of fat in the body, or whether a different mechanism is involved in weight gain."
Previous studies have explored the heritability of the microbiome. One study found that twins had more similar microbiomes than marital partners or unrelated individuals.
Other studies have demonstrated that the heritable properties of the human faecal microbiome are strongly linked with visceral fat.
Altered microbial metabolism
More recently glyoxylate has been highlighted as a biomarker of type II diabetes.
In its concluding remarks, the study highlighted the extent in which microbial metabolism was altered in obese individuals.
The study believed that a low diversity of faecal bacteria could result in high levels of gut microbes that specialise in converting carbohydrates into fat.
"We see a strong positive association between visceral fat and glyoxylate and dicarboxylate metabolism," the study commented
The glyoxylate cycle is a pathway that allows the metabolism of fatty-acids into glucose, contributing to insulin resistance where there is an excess of fatty acids.
More recently glyoxylate has been highlighted as a biomarker of type II diabetes, even by as much as three years prior to diagnosis of diabetes.
"There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that gut bacteria may play a role in obesity, and a number of studies are now exploring this in more detail," said senior author, Dr Jordana Bell, from the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology.
"Further scientific investigation is needed to understand how precisely our gut microbes can influence human health, and if interventions such as faecal transplants can have safe, beneficial, and effective impacts on this process."

Deutsche Bank Hangs By A Thread On Eve Of Jubilee

The Clinton Criminal Enterprise Defies Description and Belief


Wall Street analyst and investor Charles Ortel charges the Clintons and their associates have been engaged in a “vast criminal conspiracy to defraud the general public, enrich themselves and entrench their political influence.”

Ortel believes the evidence calls for a criminal investigation by the FBI as well as by attorneys general in four states where the Clinton Foundation is registered, maintains offices and/or has aggressively solicited individual donations: Arkansas, Massachusetts, California and New York.

So why won't the media even address or recognize this?

the Cosmic Law of Alchemy


the Cosmic Law of Alchemy: Commentary with Sethikus Boza: Black Earth Productions..., 

The Principles of Truth are 7.., for they who know these hold the Magick Keys.., before whose touch..., opens all gates of the temple..,

Nomi Prins "Banks Are Committing Bigger Crimes Than Pre 2008 & The Public Is Oblivious To It!"

The USSA has had it with Russia in Syria, and is threatening to sit in a corner and pout


Well, the USSA has had it with Russia in Syria, and is threatening to sit in a corner and pout:
.;..or maybe we'll bluster and threaten:
But the Russians are saying the USSA is "not agreement capable":

Deutsche Bank fears rattle stock markets as shares slide again – business live

Journeys with Rebecca: Special Guest Jim Marrs


Jim Marrs has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, CSPAN, the Discovery, Learning and History Channels, This Morning America, Geraldo, Montel Williams, Today, Tech TV, The Larry King Show, George Noory and Art Bell radio programs along with numerous national and regional radio and TV shows.


Elon Musk has come out on the September 1st SpaceX explosion at Cape Canaveral as not ruling out a UFO as the cause of the disaster. This is an event that could be evidence of a malevolent alien factor as put forth in the international bestseller, Battlefield Earth.

In 1977, NASA launched the space probe Voyager. One of its missions was to answer the question, "Is there intelligent life beyond our planet?" Residing on the Voyager was golden disc containing voices, music, images of plants and animals on Earth—it also contained an interstellar map to Earth.

Since at least 2010, Stephen Hawking, famed physicist, has spoken publicly about his fears that an advanced alien civilization would have no problem wiping out the human race the way a human might wipe out a colony of ants. He noted that human beings have a terrible history of mistreating, and even massacring, other human cultures that are less technologically advanced — why would an alien civilization be any different? Hawking stated, "If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans."

In 2012, Voyager 1 hit deep space.

Jim Marrs will speak about the subject of alien life and what is the likelihood of getting an answer from outer space much like the scenario outlined by L. Ron Hubbard in his international bestseller, Battlefield Earth, where the Voyager was picked up by an alien probe which resulted in Man becoming an endangered species.

He may speak on Battlefield Earth as a paperback and 47.5 hour audiobook reaching No. 1 on the bestsellers lists (Battlefield Earth by L. Ron Hubbard Wins 'Triple Crown' As #1 Paperback, #1 Science Fiction and #1 Audiobook in America). The audiobook, Battlefield Earth, is an unabridged version of the novel which features a cast of 67 voice actors portraying 198 characters, over 150,000 sound effects and full cinematic music score.

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This Is How Much Liquidity Deutsche Bank Has At This Moment, And What Happens Next

It is not solvency, or the lack of capital - a vague, synthetic, and usually quite arbitrary concept, determined by regulators - that kills a bank; it is - as Dick Fuld will tell anyone who bothers to listen - the loss of (access to) liquidity: cold, hard, fungible (something Jon Corzine knew all too well when he commingled and was caught) cash, that pushes a bank into its grave, usually quite rapidly: recall that it took Lehman just a few days for its stock to plunge from the high double digits to zero.
It is also liquidity, or rather concerns about it, that sent Deutsche Bank stock crashing to new all time lows earlier today: after all, the investing world already knew for nearly two weeks that its capitalization is insufficient. As we reported earlier this week, it was a report by Citigroup, among many other, that found how badly undercapitalized the German lender is, noting that DB's "leverage ratio, at 3.4%, looks even worse relative to the 4.5% company target by 2018" and calculated that while he only models €2.9bn in litigation charges over 2H16-2017 - far less than the $14 billion settlement figure proposed by the DOJ - and includes a successful disposal of a 70% stake in Postbank at end-2017 for 0.4x book he still only reaches a CET 1 ratio of 11.6% by end-2018, meaning the bank would have a Tier 1 capital €3bn shortfall to the company target of 12.5%, and a leverage ratio of 3.9%, resulting in an €8bn shortfall to the target of 4.5%.
When Citi's note exposing DB's undercapitalization came out, it had precisely zero impact on the price of DB stock. Why? Because as we said above, capitalization - and solvency - tends to be a largely worthless, pro-forma concept. However, when Bloomberg reported today that select funds have withdrawn “some excess cash and positions held at the lender” the stock immediately plunged: the reason is that this had everything to do with not only DB's suddenly crashing liquidity, but the pernicious feedback loop, where once a source of liquidity leaves, the departure tends to spook other such sources, leading to an outward bound liquidity cascade. Again: just ask Lehman (and AIG) for the details.
Which then brings us to the $64 trillion (roughly the same amount as DB's gross notional derivative exposure) question: since DB is suddenly experiencing a sharp "liquidity event", how much liquidity does Deutsche Bank have access to as of this momentto offset this event? The answer would allow us to calculate how long DB may have in a worst case scenario if we knew the rate of liquidity outflow.
For the answer, we go to a just released note by Goldman Sachs, which admits that it is now facing "crisis" questions from clients, among which “can a large European bank face a liquidity event” to wit"
Deutsche Bank stands at the center of the European financial system - it is a major counterpart of all relevant European banks, and broader. Recent reports of potential litigation hits have compounded capital concerns, and raised the overall level of market anxiety. “Crisis” questions are being asked: “is there risk of a financial crisis re-run” and “can a large European bank face a liquidity event”?
So what is the answer: how much liquidity does Deutsche Bank have access to? The answer is two fold, with the first part focusing on central bank, in this case ECB, backstops in both $ and €. 
Goldman starts with an overview of said back-stops, summarized below. These facilities are available to all Eurozone banks (and, naturally, also to Deutsche Bank) – they are generous in terms of volume (full allotment), price (fixed rate at 0%) and tenure (from short term, all the way to 4-years). These ECB facilities are key to ensuring the bank's long-term funding stability, in Goldman's view, and were put in place following the funding market fallout in 2007, in order to contain the effects from the Lehman crisis. They were further bolstered to contain the Eurozone sovereign crisis in 2011-12. All of the liquidity provisions remain in place, and broadly, they fall into the following two categories:
  1. Regular market operations: 1-week Main Refinancing Operations or “MRO” (priced @0%), and 3-month Long Term Refinancing Operations or “LTRO” (@0%);
  2. Non-standard measures, which split between € funding facilities with 4-year Targeted LTROs (@0%, with the option to fall to -0.4% if lending targets are met) and the emergency liquidity assistance to solvent financial institutions and a US$ funding facility: 1-week US$ MRO (@0.86%).

Manly P. Hall - Serpents & Druids (Eire, Arya, Iran)


A compilation I made of clips, chiefly following the ancient Irish/Aryan/Iranian trails, from Hall's "The Atlantean Hypothesis" lecture series.

JASTA blowback: Saudis threaten to pull billions from US economy, could restrict airspace


Congress recently overturned President Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which would allow terrorism victims’ families to sue nations responsible for the attacks. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would likely be one of the countries hardest hit by this legislation and it is threatening to sell more than $700 billion in US Treasury securities and restrict use of their airspace as a result of JASTA. RT America’s Alexey Yaroshevsky has the report.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

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Former Wall St. Banker Suggests Global Debt May Not be Owned by Humans

alien-planetLucas DareStaff Writer
Waking Times
Is the world economy a closed system or an open system? In other words, are the world’s financial eliteconducting transactions with off-planet entities, enslaving the human race to unseen actors?
The world’s people are held in perpetual bondage to the fiat currency money masters who have saddled us with absolutely insurmountable debt obligations which are mathematically impossible to repay. At present, the CIA estimates the total global debt to be nearing $90 trillion.
“In 2013, according to the CIA’s World Factbook, the GWP totalled approximately US $87.25 trillion in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), and around US $74.31 trillion in nominal terms.” [Source]
The gross world product, the nominal value of planetary human endeavor per year, was recentlyestimated at $78 trillion, meaning nearly an entire year of the productivity of every man, woman and child on planet earth, some 7.4 billion people, is owed to someone, but who exactly no one really knows for sure. How is this possible?
As nations like Greece are forced into austerity and unnecessary hardship by private banks, it is becoming ever more clear to the people of the world that debt-based currency is being used to conquer nations and enslave free people. The fiat money scheme is so absurd, so detrimental to human progress, that any sane person has to wonder why the global debt cannot just be written off with a few key strokes, allowing the world’s economy to again thrive.
In fact it can be written off, as was implied by former Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan.
“The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that. So there is zero probability of default.” ~Alan Greenspan
In other words, the money, ie., the debt, is meaningless, only having value if governments around the world use law and the violence of authority to enforce their citizens into payment of these fraudulent obligations, which is indeed happening the world over.
“I thought about the core tools we EHMs (economic hit men) used in my day: false economics that included distorted financial analyses, inflated projections, and rigged accounting books; secrecy, deception, threats, bribes, and extortion; false promises that we never intended to honor; and enslavement through debt and fear. These same tools are used today.” ~John Perkins, The New Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
After years of investigative research into the trillions of dollars missing from the U.S. government, former Wall Street banker and former Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration, Catherine Austin Fitts has come to the conclusion that global debt may very well be owned by off-planet entities who operate planet earth as a real estate investment.
“Is earth an open or closed economy? I went to business school, I worked on Wall Street for eleven years, you know I’ve been involved in the economy my whole life and the whole time I was invited to assume that earth was a closed economy. So, if we issued debt, then other humans owned that debt. If we issued stock, other humans owned that stock. But if you look at all the economic experiences I’ve had over my whole life, in government, businesses, everything else, what I will tell you is, you know, if you ask me to describe the economic model on planet earth, I would say, ‘well planet earth is a real estate investment trust because we’re paying a dividend some place every year, and I don’t know where it’s going. It’s going into that question mark, on the planetary balance sheet.” [Source]
While she admits that she herself does not have the answer to this rather serious question, the fact that each year a major portion of the world’s productivity evaporates into thin air, with no accountability whatsoever, does indeed beg this question to be asked by any serious economist. Even the government accounting agencies responsible for tracking and recording our expenditures can do nothing to answer the question. The money simply vanishes, the debt grows exponentially, and no one can explain who exactly the beneficiary is.
“Let me bring it down to some of the important questions you have to ask if you ask the question,‘is this an open or closed economy.’ I got great statistics on who would issue debt, but for the life of me I couldn’t get great statistics on who owned it. I don’t know who owns it. I know they control. And they control through the debt because that’s how you control a company in invisible ways, by controlling through the debt. Who owns the debt? Is it humans, or is it somebody else?” ~Catherine Austin Fitts
We have a decent idea of who controls the world’s debt (the central banks, the IMF, and the private banking families), and we assume that these entities own this debt, but the cost to humanity is so great that something simply does not add up, unless the picture is broadened to include the possibility that earthlings are paying rent to other, as of yet undisclosed actors.
“Some people say that gold is the currency that will allow us to trade across planets, but for the life of me, I’ve spent many years trying to figure out what the gold inventory is on this planet, and I can’t do it. In 2011, somebody jammed the price of gold down, and then moved an unbelievable amount of inventory out of the single largest inventory in the overt economy for the GLD ETF.” ~Catherine Austin Fitts
It’s almost as if someone bought the moon, she points out, yet there is absolutely no agency on our planet that can explain astronomically huge transactions like these nor bring accountability to the billions of people who are being subjugated by a slavish debt-currency system.
So who owns our debt? It is a practical and key question, given the impact the carrying of such tremendous amounts of debt has on the human condition, and how easy it could be to free ourselves and future generations from such unreasonable, criminal bondage by simply adjusting a few digits on a computer screen. The fact that this option is not on the table in any discussion at any level is itself telling.
About the Author
Lucas Dare is a staff writer for Waking Times, where evolution and revolution unite, and for Offgrid Outpost.

Major Dollar Shortage Exposed In Europe As Deutsche Bank Contagion Spreads


Meanwhile, Mario Draghi was in “robust” form yesterday telling Europe’s languid political classes about the need to do more in terms of structural reform – yada, yada, heard that one before - but also the need for other policies to boost recovery in Europe. Optimal fiscal policy? That’s an interesting call.

The likelihood of banking embarrassment in Germany means his comments about banks being able to operate successfully in zero interest rate environments were particularly elucidating.

Let’s see.. if interest rates are zero, then borrowers don’t pay any interest and can extend their loans indefinitely? Then banks can’t have any NPLs, and will therefore be absolutely default free?

Suddenly I understand.

ECB NIRP is absolute genius. European banking is fixed and nothing to worry about. (US Readers – massive sarcasm alert!)

My day started in the Bloomberg studio where I was somewhat surprised to read a comment from Man’s CEO that Deutsche Bank is “healthy”. Right….

I’m not sure I buy that.

Banks are enormously complex beasts. They are not simple businesses. To turn around a bank is complex. To reinvent a bank – which is what Deutsche Bank, UBS, CS, and others are desperately trying to do, is one level below impossible.

Earlier this year we had commodities firm Glencore teeter on the edge of disaster. Swift action, clear plan, and it’s back from the brink. That is not going to happen with banks. In my 30 years of markets I can’t think of a single bank that’s got in trouble that has staged anything like a similar comeback. Once bank’s catch a cold, it often develops into dangerous pneumonia.

Deutsche – and the others – are anything but healthy. The need to reinvent. The news flow yesterday was positive-ish. Rumours of a SWF capital injection, rumours of a domestic rescue plan, but the reality is more likely to be further deterioration. If that develops into a full crisis any rescue will come at the cost of contingent capital deals being triggered (which will send shock-waves around banking confidence) and the strong/inevitable bail-in of senior debt holders.

Others say the senior debt is safe. Delighted they think so. Call me and tell me how much you want to buy?
Confirming there is a problem:
The denials continue... and so does the blame-mongery...
The U.S. Department of Justice fine imposed on Deutsche Bank is very high and “damaging for financial stability,” Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem tells lawmakers in The Hague Thursday.

U.S. fines against European banks are “repeatedly so high that all the money European banks tap on the international markets, also from U.S. investors, is skimmed by the U.S. government. That’s a risk for the financial stability and that worries me sincerely.”

If Deutsche Bank has to pay the $14b fine, it will reduce capital, then it will have to raise new capital.

Deutsche Bank will have to bring things "back in order."
Add another to the list of 'elites' distancing their actions from Deutsche's demise. And one more denial...
Deutsche Bank's troubles are not Europe's Lehman Brothers moment, Austria's finance minister said on Thursday, although he warned the region's lenders were facing a broader profitability crisis.

"After the financial crisis we haven’t quite worked through the banking issues….butwhat I am very convinced of is that we don’t have a banking crisis, we have a profitability crisis in our banks,"

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Unser täglich Gift, gib uns heute! Seegespräche mit Andreas Noack, K.-D. Runow, Robert Stein uvm


Unser täglich Gift gib uns heute - Wie wir uns vor Schadstoffen der Umwelt schützen können und wie wir Gifte ausleiten können

• Wie belasten uns Kunststoffe?

• Sind Pestizide (in den Nahrungsmitteln) – wirklich so gefährlich?

• Brauche ich zwingend einen Wasserfilter?

• Was macht das Amalgam – schadet es evtl. auch noch Jahre später?

• Elektrosmog - wird bei diesem Thema übertrieben? Welche Auswirkungen hat Handystrahlung und Co.?

• Gibt es Chemtrails oder Haarp wirklich? Wie gefährlich ist es für den Körper?

• Fluor, Aluminium, Blei und andere Metalle – wo kommen Sie vor - was kann man dagegen machen?

• Feinstaub – auch auf dem Land?

• Radioaktivität in Luft, Wasser & Nahrungsmitteln – Wie schütze ich mich?

• Fracking – welche Bedeutung hat es auf Mensch, Tier und Umwelt?

• Gentechnik – Kann man überhaupt noch sicher sein?

• Radonstrahlung – ist das wirklich so gefährlich?

• Welche Rolle spielt das Bewusstsein - die Einstellung zu den Gefahren der Umwelt auf unseren Körper?

Diese und viele weitere Fragen werden kontrovers und sachlich erörtert.

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BARBARA DOHMEN (Fachärztin für Allgemeinmedizin, Umweltmedizinerin & Expertin für Elektrosmog)
KLAUS-DIETRICH RUNOW (Führender Umweltmediziner, Bestsellerautor)
Dr. ANDREAS NOACK (Chemiker, Ingenieur, Erfinder "Gesundheitsguru" & Nonkonformist),
REINER OTTO SCHMID (Gesundheits- und Ernährungsexperte/ Bestsellerautor)
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Andrew Collins: Lost World of the Human Hybrids: Watchers and Giants FULL LECTURE


See Andrew at the Origins Conference, London on November 12th 2016 with other speakers Robert Bauval, William Henry, Maria Wheatley, Hugh Newman, Graham Phillips & Greg Little. Get tickets here: Subscribe here: Get the HD DVD & MP4 at

Andrew is co-organiser of the Origins Conference and author of Göbekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods. He demonstrates how the Watchers and Nephilim of the book of Enoch, and the Anunnaki of Mesopotamian mythology, are the memory of Neanderthal-human hybrids called Swiderians who entered eastern Anatolia from the north at the time of the Younger Dryas mini ice age, ca. 10,900-9600 BC. Andrew reveals the much wider impact these Neanderthal-human hybrids had on the rise of civilization. He examines also our ancestors relationship to the newly discovered hominin species called the Denisovans, showing that the giant skeletons found at numerous mound sites in the United States are the result of hybridization between Denisovans and Homo sapiens. He looks also at the Denisovans presence in southeast Asia, showing how in Java the Denisovans are perhaps remembered as the Raksasas, a giant race said to have been the earliest inhabitants of the island. Did they also leave behind as a legacy the breathtaking megalithic complex of Gunung Padang in West Java, which new geological surveys suggest could be as much as 24,000 years old? 

Andrew Collins is a historical writer and explorer living in the United Kingdom. He is the author of more than a dozen books that challenge the way we perceive the past. They include From the Ashes of Angels (1996), which establishes that the Watchers of the book of Enoch and the Annunaki of the Sumerian texts are the memory of a shamanic elite that catalyzed the Neolithic revolution in the Near East at the end of the last Ice Age; Gateway to Atlantis (2000), which pins down the source of Plato’s Atlantis to the Caribbean island of Cuba and the Bahaman archipelago; and The Cygnus Mystery (2007), which shows that the constellation of Cygnus has been universally venerated as the place of first creation, and the entrance to the sky-world, since Paleolithic times. In 2008 Andrew and colleague Nigel Skinner Simpson discovered a previously unrecorded cave complex beneath the Pyramids of Giza, which has brought him worldwide acclaim. It is a story told in his book Beneath the Pyramids (2009). Gobekli Tepe: Genesis of the Gods (2014) is published by Bear and Company.

Produced, and Directed by Hugh Newman. Editing and opening graphics James Gordon Graham. Film Copyright Megalithomania 2014. Intellectual property of Andrew Collins 2014. All Rights Reserved. 

CLICK HERE and to join Megalithomania and Andrew Collins on tours to Göbekli Tepe in Turkey, Peru & Bolivia, Egypt, Baalbek, Armenia, Angkor Wat, Gunung Padang and more.