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Woman in subzero temps 'saved by angels'

Credits heavenly help for weeklong, miraculous survival in wilderness

How did Mischelle Hileman survive a weeklong ordeal in the
Oregon wilderness, stranded in subzero temperatures without a
winter coat or matches to start a fire?

She says two angels stayed with her each night, emanating
warmth and light. Hileman, 40, found herself in the canyon near
Wallowa, Ore., following an elk-hunting accident a year ago. She
recently revisited the area, now on artificial legs. Her
frostbitten legs were amputated below the knees.

"I think we witnessed a true miracle," Wallowa
County Sheriff Fred Steen told the Oregonian.

Nighttime temperatures dropped to at least 4 below zero in
Alder Creek Canyon where Hileman lay injured for more than a
week. Hileman agrees her survival was miraculous. The former home
health worker says that during her struggle to survive, two
angels appeared and remained with her, radiating warmth and
keeping her from dying of hypothermia. "The best way to
describe it was two golden bright lights, just in the shape of
two people," she told the Oregonian. They appeared on the
second night after she began to pray for help, they never spoke
and disappeared at daylight, but they were with her every night
until she was rescued, she said.

Hileman's ordeal began on a sunny 55-degree Sunday morning
on Oct. 27, 2002, when her father, Benny Hileman, 62, pulled his
pickup off a logging road 12 miles northeast of Wallowa to let
her out. It was elk season, and Mischelle planned to hunt on foot
for 45 minutes, then rendezvous with her father. But, instead,
Mischelle followed three elk into Alder Creek Canyon, where she
fell. Suffering from a deep puncture wound to her left leg, she
was unable to make it out of the canyon.

Within hours, a winter storm moved in. More than 100
volunteers, friends and family members turned out to search for
her. Most quickly became convinced that Hileman, who suffers from
diabetes and asthma, had little chance of survival. The search
was scaled back Oct. 31, but many refused to quit, and 27 people
turned out the next day, spreading across the forest on horses
and ATVs. She was finally found Nov. 3.

WorldNetDaily.com


Changing Genetic Signature of the Enemy - the Most Lethal Weapons Systems in the World

Genetic engineering is
providing the most advanced military weapons. Many countries are
busy with their secret projects on manipulating genetic
signatures of the enemy.

The process involves analyzing and manipulating chemical
changes that occur in DNA, aging, stem cells and during
disease.

Changing genetic signatures can induce fatigue, headache,
heart malfunction, other diseases and many similar effects in the
enemy.

The military research in different parts of the world in
focused on using electromagnetic flux to change the genetic
signatures of the enemy remotely.

No one knows the long-term effects of these weapons and
obviously no country openly discloses their genetic signature
changing experiment and military projects.

Experts predict that in the future, epidemics like Severe
Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Bird’s Flu will be
very common as various countries try to experiment changing human
genetic signatures and develop weapon systems.
World Health Organization in a memorandum recently have called
for the danger of experimenting with genetic signature changing
experiments.

There are two ways of changing genetic signatures of humans.
The first is through programmed induction of germs. The germ
warfare is well known and many countries of the world work on
these germ warfare techniques. The second method is the use of
laser induced plasma pulsed energy projectiles. Most of the
advanced military projects are focused on remote sensing and
remotely induced genetic signature changing capabilities.

The concept can be scary. Sudden outbreak of diseases,
epidemics and natural causes of death can grip a community
because of application of advanced genetic engineering
applications.

It is also possible on the long term that diseases like
cancer, AIDS and so on can be cured by altering the genetic
signature of cells in the humans.

http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/1815.asp
March 7, 2005 Staff Reporter India Daily


Brain Cells Fused with Computer Chip

The line between living organisms and machines has just become
a whole lot blurrier. European researchers have developed
"neuro-chips" in which living brain cells and silicon
circuits are coupled together. The achievement could one day
enable the creation of sophisticated neural prostheses to treat
neurological disorders or the development of organic computers
that crunch numbers using living neurons.

To create the
neuro-chip
, researchers squeezed more than 16,000 electronic
transistors and hundreds of capacitors onto a silicon chip just 1
millimeter square in size. They used special proteins found in
the brain to glue brain cells, called
neurons
, onto the chip. However, the proteins acted as more
than just a simple adhesive.

"They also provided the link between ionic channels of
the neurons and semiconductor material in a way that neural
electrical signals could be passed to the silicon chip,"
said study team member Stefano Vassanelli from the University of
Padua in Italy. The proteins allowed the neuro-chip's
electronic components and its
living cells
to communicate with each other. Electrical
signals from neurons were recorded using the chip's
transistors, while the chip's capacitors were used to
stimulate the neurons.

It could still be decades before the technology is advanced
enough to treat neurological disorders or create living
computers, the researchers say, but in the nearer term, the chips
could provide an advanced method of screening drugs for the
pharmaceutical industry.

"Pharmaceutical companies could use the chip to test the
effect of drugs on neurons, to quickly discover promising avenues
of research," Vassanelli said.

The researchers are now working on ways to avoid damaging the
neurons during stimulation. The team is also exploring the
possibility of using a neuron's genetic instructions to
control the neuro-chip.

by Ker Than
LiveScience Staff Writer


Coming Asset Confiscation Of Your Safe Deposit Box

In an effort to curb middle class flight capital, the Secret
Service has been given the authority to check safe deposit boxes
not only for gold and silver but liquid assets like diamonds etc.
using the Patriot Acts I and II. "The machinations of the
Bush Cheney Regime are becoming ever more confiscatory towards
citizens' assets," writes Martin, author of "The
Conspirators: Secrets of an Iran Contra Insider."

"The intent of the Regime's policies is to deny
citizens the ability to hold assets discreetly -- or to move
assets outside of the United States and hold them with any
sovereign immunity," he continues. Martin reminds readers
"that in September 2003, the Regime dusted off the shelf, as
it were, United States Treasury Directive 416-F (March 24, 1933),
more commonly referred to as the Gold Confiscation Act. Then in
November 2003, the regime allowed "the U.S. Treasury and the
Federal Reserve to effectively expand the Gold Confiscation Act
to include a variety of gold bullion coins (including U.S. Gold
Bullion Eagles) by effectively changing their 'nominal
monetary status.'"

What is even more ominous is "in July 2004, the Regime
had depleted the national silver stockpiles, and then outgoing
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill confirmed that the Regime was
'actively considering' adding silver bullion and bullion
coins to a potentially reconstituted gold confiscation act."
"We would also remind our readers that the Bush Cheney
regime has unlawfully depleted the national gold stockpile by
some 2900 metric tons since coming to power," writes Martin
to the subscribers of his website Al Martin Raw.com
(www.almartinraw.com) "This, combined with the unlawful
exhaustion of the national silver stockpile, would seem to
indicate that the regime is looking to a forced redemption
policy, which was the effective product of the 1933 act, so that
citizens would simply be compelled to turn in gold and/or silver
bullion and/or bullion coins in exchange for Federal Reserve
banknotes," Martin continues. "This would be done not
at the prevailing market prices of these metals, but at whatever
the nominal face value of the metals are in accordance with U.S.
Treasury Directive 6139-B.

"In other words, the U.S. Treasury says that officially
the price of one ounce of gold is $50 and the price of one ounce
of silver is $1. Holders of U.S. gold and silver bullion coins
are obviously aware of this, since the one-ounce American Gold
Bullion Eagle coin is stamped with a $50 face value, the
one-ounce Silver Bullion Eagle coin is stamped with a $1 face
value." "This is the official U.S. Treasury value, at
which all bullion coins would be forcibly redeemed in exchange
for Federal Reserve banknotes. It would take place when the
Regime decides to fully re-institute the 1933 act and to include
silver bullion and/or silver bullion coins. We feel this is
highly probable." "In essence the nation's money
would go from fiat currency to fiat metals. This would be the
fiat-ization of U.S. currency..."

by Al Martin