Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Embedded ZION in Olympic Logo Draws Headline Ink - and Other Notable Bits

There are some really notable bits in this post, most of which are based upon recent news.

This first item I consider a must read. Scientists Create 'Cyborg' DNA (3/1/11 - news) Excerpts follow:

"A group of researchers in Denmark is working on creating something entirely new on this planet – lifeforms that contain an improved version of the double-helix DNA. They are, for all intents and purposes, seeking to create stable, triple-helix deoxyribonucleic acid."

"But the Danish team apparently finds this underwhelming, and is trying to introduce a third strand into DNA. They have already achieved success in their attempts, and they are currently engaged in solving some unforeseen problems that appeared as they created the “cyborg” DNA."

Embedded symbolism in an Olympic logo finally draws headline ink and major controversy. 2012 London logo draws ire of Iran (2/28/11 AP) Excerpt: "The secretary general of Iran's National Olympic Committee said Iran sent a letter to International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge. The letter claims the 2012 logo spells out "Zion," a biblical term widely recognized to refer to the city of Jerusalem."

The attention this issue is receiving is driving a little Web traffic to what I've written about the Olympic ceremony signs. I think the ZION embedding might have been discovered by the late Ric Clay. His efforts and those who have picked up on promoting his work are paying off! This exposure is exciting to see!

The official answer to Iran's claim is, of course, a denial. "Our response is as follows: The London 2012 logo represents the figure 2012, nothing else," the IOC said. What else can they do - admit the truth? It's actually more than an embedded ZION, being an Eye of Horus and a reference to the Serpent's conquest in the Garden of Eden through the widely recognized Bart and Lisa Simpson imagery, but don't expect an official disclosure anytime soon. "It is the figure 2012, nothing else. These are not the droids we're looking for. Move along."

Speaking of official disclosure, many look for some form of it regarding UFO/alien interaction. This next item is not it, but for what it is, it's being downplayed by the media. Former Canadian Defense Official Blasts US on UFO Cover-Up (2/25/11 - AOL Wierd News)

While we're on the subject of cover-ups, here's a couple of blown-cover-as-cover-ish items you'll probably enjoy.

[video] Hulu's Superbowl Commercial featuring Alex Baldwin

[video] Hulu - Seth's Giggity Goo featuring Seth MacFarlane

And, while we're on the subject of crazy YouTube promos, I want to celebrate what the Lord has done with a video I made.

[video] Obama - Yes We Can = Thank You Satan It went viral and has passed 2 million views! That is quite a phenomenon! MSNBC even gave it a bump by including it in a dis-info mockfest.

[video] Rachel Maddow Show 4/6/09 RACHEL RE: BACKWARDS REASONING

Since a new movie is coming out and there's going to be lots of ads, I wanted to bring the Eye of Horus to your attention in the stylized font used for Rango. If you've been paying much attention to this blog, you've most likely already identified it.

On a related note, having recently addressed Intel's Eye of Horus illumination branding, their introduction of Light Peak and Thunderbolt expands on that same theme. Intel's Light Peak event (2/24/11)

Here's a situation you'll want to keep in mind. US Patent 6506148 – Nervous system manipulation by electromagnetic fields from monitors (Posted on 2/16/11 - Speak Truth 2 Power Blog)

As a sign of further movement towards the time when no one will buy or sell without the mark of the beast: Mobile phone e-wallets get closer to reality (2/18/11 CNET)

Excerpt: "Later this year you'll be able to pay for clothes, taxi fare, and dinner with your mobile phone and leave your credit cards and cash at home. Visa is planning a commercial rollout in the U.S. in the second half of this year of a service for allowing allow people to turn their existing smartphones into electronic wallets. It uses Near Field Communication (NFC) short-range wireless technology and includes real-time anti-fraud alerts and other features designed to protect consumers from fraud, Bill Gajda, global head of Visa Mobile, told CNET in an interview at Mobile World Congress 2011 here this week. Visa was demonstrating its PayWave mobile payment system at the show."

Finally, this scientific advance may well have an impact on the science of transhuman genetics. 'Nanoscope' makes live viruses visible for first time (3/2/11 - CNET Health Tech News)

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