Amusing Update from Morocco by Removing the Shackles

The ongoing tale of a group of people who were thrown together to follow their nudges from the Universe;not simply go around the cabal, but THROUGH them—with flair and humour.

Here’s a most amusing and satisfying update from Dani and a glimpse of daily life for these Light Warriors as they dissolve obstacles and bring in a new way of BEing. Kudos to the gang, and thanks for the laughs, Dani.  ~ BP

Transparency in Aouchtam and Morocco

Posted: 15 Apr 2014 08:24 AM PDT

The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things…

Most specifically what’s going on in Aouchtam, and Morocco in general.

…. lots of interesting things going on right now my friends. Lots and lots.   So let’s lay it all out transparently, and let the cards fall where they may, ok?    I’m going to lay out all the information that I have, all that I’ve been told, all that I’ve seen, and let’s look at it all, globally and individually and see what resonates.  And see what is hidden and what they’ve tried to hide.

First and most interesting:  The village/valley of Aouchtam was completely without communications- no phone, no cellphone and no internet- for now 6 days.  Most of us use Maroc Telecome cel phones or internet sticks.  Two days ago a few people went to Teteuan and got Meditel sticks and sim cards and “sometimes” they work…  This communications black out is ONLY in Aouchtam.  If we drive up the hills into the valleys on either side of us, we have perfect internet and cell signals.  Stranger still is that the signals on the internet sticks (Meditel) that we have many times show that we have upload and download signal…. and yet neither Skype, PXIII, or any website will load.  I know that there have been a whole lot of people wondering where we’ve all disappeared to, well…. we’re all right here and all DOing very very well- we just can’t communicate with the outside world, lol. ** I’ve just been informed that the apartments up the hill on the coast might have internet signal… so hopefully I can post this without having to drive to the next town! **** edited to add that nope, no internet, so today I will make the trek to the next town to get this posted.

The past two weeks has been a flurry of activity here in the village.  There have been people arriving almost daily- some to see the community, some to help prepare for the QEG,  some to help work on the community “clubhouse”, and some to spy… yep, we’ve got a few agents here along with the awesome engineers, builders, painters and DO’ers of all shapes and sizes!!  The “Agents” have made themselves very visible *giggle*. All agendas are very clearly seen when you have a group of people who can SEE the energetics and sense the “ulterior motives” that are laid out bare for all to view.  Some of the “agents” have tried to mingle with the community groups, but there are many more who are just quietly wandering through the village pretending to be local (PS guys: if you’re going to send in the military and police undercover, you might want to tell them to change their boots.  Just sayin’)

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Mica Update for April 13th: Whew!

Mica 14 weeks ring chew

Mica, April 9th

The 13th is a lucky day!

Thank you everyone for the beautiful love energies and sentiments that certainly have helped heal the situation. We three thank you most heartily.

Mica did well overnight; slept, ate, drank, walked around and wagged his tail at the doctors and techs—a far cry from the condition he was in when I left him at 4:00 yesterday.

He is still extremely swollen, as you may imagine from the photos, but on minimal pain meds.

I can pick him up at 8 tonight, and they will apply a Fentanyl patch to dispense the equivalent pain management he’s been getting via IV.

I have just two main concerns now. One is the possible scar he may have on his perfect little nose, and the psychological scar he may have that I hope will not prevent him from enjoying happy times on his patio as he has been.

I find it ironic that I’ve had two Goldens in less than four months with swollen faces and I’ve never seen a dog with a swollen face before—ever.

Mica 062Throughout this process I’ve learned a little about snakes from several sources that I can apply toward averting a repeat crisis while we are living here.

We can:

  • eliminate the watering saucer on the ground which attracts mice, which attracts snakes. We find dead mice in the pool frequently, but since they’re dead, they leave no more trails.
  • load traps to catch the field mice and pack rats so the snakes aren’t drawn to follow their trails into our yard.
  • lay rope around the property, particularly around ingress and egress areas to the back yard. Apparently snakes won’t cross  a rope.
  • mothballs were also named but I think I’d rather avoid the chemicals.
  • add chicken wire to the bottom of our gates so the snakes cannot pass.
  • take more care to watch for snakes before we venture forth, esp. during their mating season.
  • get us a king snake to eat the rattlers!

If you didn’t see the following comment below my last Mica Update, I wanted to share it as it resonated strongly with me and may also with you. It pertains to the current energies of the Cardinal Grand Cross and it’s bearing on our lives just now. Thank you Dimitra M.N.  ~ BP

‘The powerful energetic effects of the astrological grand cross are becoming more and more exact these days. We are all getting hit with them and they are zeroing in right where it hurts the most. In this way, we won’t fail to make the necessary changes in our lives that need to be made at this time.

I urge you to go with the flow of your understanding in this matter — if moving away from your present location is your instinctive interpretation of these painful events, then that is the inclination you ought to follow.

Remember this, it is your correct assessment and understanding of what’s transpired, and your subsequent intentions and actions, that are the real antidote to the long-term healing process for Mica.

We may think that the changes we make in our personal life, however life changing they may be for us, cannot possibly change the world around us, and yet, while we cannot see it or even imagine it, it really does. Much Love from me as you flow through the changes that have come a-calling on you. Be the change the world needs by taking a significant stand from your “small neck of the woods”.’


Neil Keenan Update: Our Cattleman Bundy, US Blunders in Ukraine, Suicided Banksters, & Swissindo Shenanigans

Do you detect the growing confidence of the Light Forces in the alternative media as they expound on current events? It’s clear to me that We, the People are ready to kick the cabal to the curb and take over.  ~ BP

Check out the latest from Neil Keenan on these topics  at his web site.

Mica Update on the Snakebite for April 12, 2014

Mica 14 weeks

Mica at 14 weeks

There’s good and bad news.

The bad news is that the snake got Mica good and he’s in ICU getting antivenin, pain killers, and other fluids to flush out the venom and keep him comfortable.

He’s extremely swollen and they had to remove his collar.

He could die, or he could pull through. Of course we appreciate any good thoughts and healing energy you care to send his way. He’s a hurtin’ unit.

The good news is that he got the antivenin within 20 minutes of the bite. The first four hours are critical. He’s also very healthy, but, being a 15 week old puppy as of today, his immune system is not fully mature and perhaps a little compromised by the parvo/distemper shots he’s had.

We had these two love birds removed from our yard recently as they were sleeping together under our recycling bin. The local fire department sent a big red truck and three men. They relocate poisonous snakes far from civilization.
Diamond Backs 3March 2014

How did it happen? Today, Mica was out on the patio as he is most mornings. He likes to lie on the mat at the back door in between trips to the pool.

I was inside (I guess that makes me a terrible mother) and heard a thump against the house. Mica often runs into the house or falls against it when he’s playing as he’s not terribly coordinated yet, but I always check on him anyway.

When I looked through the glass of the door, Mica wasn’t on the mat, but a diamond back like the ones in the photo was right next to it, armed to the teeth. That’s when the panic set in, however I was immediately thankful it wasn’t a baby because they are inexperienced in bringing down their prey and usually use far more venom than they need to, whereas an adult is more sparing with it.

I then saw Mica sitting on the patio 10 feet away, looking stunned, as well as the two, bright red marks on his nose and my first thought was the usual, “Nooooo, this can’t be happening!” and the adrenalin started pumping.

I don’t know a lot about snake bites as we haven’t seen a lot of snakes in the past, but our mail carrier and I were discussing rattler bites earlier this week and he said all the dogs he knew died of the bites.

So… I thought Mica was going to die. I thought unless a dog had had a rattlesnake vaccination they would not pull through.

I called the vet who is, luckily for us, open on Saturday and was there in ten minutes.

At the local hospital one of the vet techs said she saw 55 snake bite cases come in to another practice where she worked and only one dog died, because it was a little pocket dog and the venom is just too strong for an animal that small. So Mica has size on his side. He’s 31 pounds now.

They got an IV into him and he got a very gradual drip of the $500 vial of antivenin and some morphine. Rattler bites are excruciatingly painful they said.

His nose was swelling quickly and he looked more like a Shar Pei, the vet said, than a Golden.

He seemed to be having difficulty breathing and his heart rate was fast so they gave him a sedative to relax him.

When Mica was resting comfortably on the stainless steel table, frogs legs and all, I left because I had to get to the post office before noon. The hospital closes at 2:00 on Saturdays so I had to make it quick and grab some lunch before going back to transfer Mica to the Emergency Hospital in Mesa.

When I got home a friend of our vet was there to get the snake and relocate it. He had gone over the yard with a fine-tooth comb and didn’t find the snake but made some suggestions so we wouldn’t attract them so much. He was showing me places to watch and as he moved a board at the gate the snake magically appeared. Jim confirmed it was a diamond back and immediately noted that it had no rattle and said Mica never had a chance.

He said most animals instinctively know that sound is a warning and to stay away, but this snake may have been in an altercation of some kind and his rattle was gone. Unfortunately, that meant he would be destroyed rather than relocated because he would be unable to warn anyone and could kill a hiker or any one of us.

When I returned to the hospital at 2:00 Mica was unrecognizable. His face resembled a puffer fish. He had an IV and brightly coloured rubber bandages on his shaved leg and the fang of the snake may have torn a piece off his nose as the hair was missing.

This was taken as we departed for Emergency.

Mica Apr 12 at Vet

When I arrived at the Emergency Hospital they didn’t even look at Mica in the examination room, but immediately whisked him off to ICU as his noisy breathing concerned them.

Here he is with a new IV and even more swollen. The pain meds were hooked up and they said soon he’d be more comfortable and would probably sleep.

at ARECA in ICU Apr 12

I don’t know if I’ll be able to sleep, but I intend Mica will make a rapid recovery and I will be able to bring him home tomorrow. The doctor we saw is on duty tonight and said he would call with an update this evening. It’s a 24-hour facility so Mica will be under constant observation.

I told my husband a couple of weeks ago that I would like to move. I’ve had enough of living out in the sticks. I don’t embrace the idea of having to wear army boots to walk around the patio, do gardening, or to have to carry Mica around. The snakes were here first and they can have it. It will soon be ten years that we’ve lived here. It’s time for a change.   ~ BP


Cobra March Update with Alexandra Meadors for April 8, 2014 [audio, video, transcript]

Thanks to Kauilapele for his usual stellar work on the audios! We appreciate you. And thank you to Cobra and Alexandra for your efforsts to keep us apprised of what’s REALLY going on with Starship Earth and her people.  I’m listening now…  ~ BP

Cobra Interview with Alexandra Meadors 4-8-14…MP3s

alexandra_meadors_cobra_interview_140204_video_snip_4These are mp3s created from the original (available here, for those who would like to download the raw mp3). There are three parts here, and one more, after Cobra left the interview, which Alexandra calls “Roundtable”, with two other guests.

The Cobra interview begins at about 3:30 after brief introduction from Alexandra.

These mp3s have been volume leveled and boosted.

MP3s (~25 min., 11 MB each part)

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Complete interview (75 min., 34 MB)

Post interview Roundtable

Alexandra’s interviews:
Alexandra’s website:
Cobra’s website:

Watch the video here:

Or read the transcript here:

Active Shooter at Fort Hood: Planned Jihad-False Flag Exposed! [video]

It happened again. I’m away from my PC for a few hours and come back to emails about ANOTHER false flag shooting at Fort Hood which was predicted by members of our awakened community. This is ridiculous.

DAHBOO77′s done it again.  Kudos, brother.  ~ BP



Thanks, Jean. Crazy times we live in. Somehow, though, when they have to scream, “This is accurate, proven, confirmed”… it doesn’t sound like it is. It sounds like disinfo to throw us as far off the track as possible, when the actual vectors are on the opposite side of the planet. ~ BP

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

Source: JimStoneFreelance
Thanks to G.


The blindfold:

The man claimed to be blindfolded when he sent the message. When the American military blindfolds someone, it is accomplished by putting a bag over the head that is locked so you can’t get it off. This left the engineers hands free. This would have made it possible for him to pull his Iphone 5 (a fact confirmed by the Exif data) out of his butt as stated, and use the voice command ability of the Iphone to just talk to it to log in and post the message. This explains why he sent a black photo, he could not see what he was sending, he just knew he snapped a photo and sent whatever got taken.

The coordinates:When the coordinates are added to the fact that the photo’s exif data…

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John Darash of the National Liberty Alliance on the Common Law Grand Jury Update – March 30, 2014 [audio]

Thanks, Jane, for forwarding, to Drake for giving John a platform to share the love, to John, for your incredible work and the time you take to keep us apprised and inspired, and to the men and women who are already part of this wave of change that will help We, the People, take back our countries and our freedom.

John comes in about the 44 minute mark on Drake’s weekend update call and while I haven’t listened to this yet, Jane says it’s exciting as we await the results of taking the corrupt judges to task amid threats of stonewalling the Grand Jury initiatives by The People of the Republic of the USA. 

Comment from a reader on the Bankster arrests in Iceland… 

“This is wonderful! I am a member and Jurist in the National Liberty Alliance. I look forward to when this can happen in the US. This can happen when people wake up, open their eyes, and take the muffs off their ears. I have followed and look forward to all your posts. Your posts for NLA were great. Thanks.”

You are most welcome. This is important and must be shared so people can wrap their heads around the fact that it really is happening—and that they can help.  ~ BP

Mica Update for March 30, 2014

12 weeks

12 weeks

I had a request for more photos, so here you go. Mica is 13 weeks old now.

I can hardly believe how fast he is growing. He no longer looks like a “puppy”, but a small dog, and I can barely carry his squirmy 25 pounds around.

The wrinkles of skin on his nose are gone, his legs, tail and body are much longer, and he does his business outside, all by himself.

His coat is gorgeous, and he already has feathers on his legs and a white crest down the centre of his chest.

His once-tight, black lips are stretching and loosening into the soft mouth of a Golden Retriever and the fur under his chin is like velvet.

Mica is really bright and learns quickly—even “wait”—which I always thought would be the toughest command to teach but for some reason he and Morgan both seemed to understand when Dad puts treats on the paws that they have to learn restraint and wait for the release to gobble them down.

Ready for a walk

Ready for a walk – 10 weeks

Mica loves his walks around the yard, leash in his mouth, which is a good thing because that’s as far as he can go until his immunity and shots are all on track. Parvo is rampant in Arizona and the hospital gets at least one case a day. One day they had five.

Mica surprised me by taking to the pool so enthusiastically and skillfully at such a young age. I put him on the “Morgan step”, the small one we put in for Morgan to lie on when it’s hot. That wasn’t exciting enough, I guess, and he quickly launched himself off the step and into the shallow water over the beach step where I was standing, paddling along like he’d been doing it for years. He’s a little fish!

If truth be told, I fear I’ve created a monster. I’ve been leaving the back door open so Mica can go in and out when he chooses, and now that he’s such a water dog, he hops in and out of the pool at will and then runs in the house, skidding across the tiles like a rally car on a wet mountain road, careening past the end table until I hear the dull thud of little bones hitting the floor. So, now I have to keep a close eye on him and the door, otherwise I’d be mopping several times a day.

Mica pool bone 13 wks

Today... 13 weeks

Today… 13 weeks

Something about being wet definitely makes him spunky and he throws himself on his bed and rolls around, then gallops across the patio like the devil himself is after him, a big grin on his face.

Some things never change, though. He still hates his crate and often whimpers to get out. I think he’s a free spirit and just doesn’t like being contained.

Mica is very stubborn, and doesn’t yet have a handle on his little choppers and how to soften the nipping for human skin. I have bite marks and scratches sprinkled liberally over my ankles and legs and he spends time every day in the laundry room for “time out” because when he starts chomping on me, no admonishment will deter him and he just gets worse.

If I threaten him with a time out he sauces back with his characteristic “woo-woo” and a bow, and only stops for a minute before he’s back at it so the only remedy is time to chill.

But since Mica is growing up so fast, this stage will pass and he’ll be much better behaved. Soon. Until then, I’m just enjoying each day in this fleeting puppydom.