Electrodermal technology

  Acupuncture evolved from ancient Chinese observations of a correspondence between energy in meridians and the condition of organs and systems in the human body. The science of acupuncture views meridian dysfunction as an indicator of organ or system dysfunction. Acupuncturists observed that stimulation of points along the meridian was selective for correcting this dysfunction.… Continue reading Electrodermal technology

Love your enemies

  The Sermon on the Mount was taught to the disciples, not to the multitudes.  Jesus shared much revelation concerning the Kingdom of God in this sermon.  This sermon revealed a revelation of The Law that had previously been hidden.  The Jews had identified 613 commandments and statutes to live by.  Further, they added their… Continue reading Love your enemies

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The Process of Healing

When we think of healing we usually think of wound healing. In this type of healing, there is a complex sequence of events that occur immediately after the injury, all carefully orchestrated by a cascade of biochemical reactions that end in repair of the injured site. These phases are: Inflammatory phase: Formation of a cascade… Continue reading The Process of Healing

For God so loved…

  We begin with: John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.  There is so much revelation contained in this one verse yet for the most part we have missed the deeper revelations made available to… Continue reading For God so loved…

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Fraud and Deception in the Financial Markets: Crisis may make 1929 look a ‘walk in the park’

  What is fraud? It is "the intentional deception resulting in injury to another person."  The Scripture has several stories containing fraud.  Jacob defrauded is brother.  Laban defrauded Jacob.  The list goes on.  Typically, fraud has scarcity connected to it.  Jacob thought that Isaac’s blessing was going to Esau and there would be nothing left… Continue reading Fraud and Deception in the Financial Markets: Crisis may make 1929 look a ‘walk in the park’

Code Red: International Banking Liquidity has serious problems

  An article in the Telegraph (U.K.) this weekend discusses the need to reduce the capital reserve requirements of banks (see http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2007/12/15/cnbanking115.xml).  The reserve requirements of a bank dictate or govern the amount of money banks can loan.  It is a "buffer" or reserve of cash to guard against bad loans.  For example, if the… Continue reading Code Red: International Banking Liquidity has serious problems

Financial Safety within the System: Current Status-Orange

  Many people who read this site have financial assets whether they be bank deposits, stocks, or bonds.  In recent years, the financial industry has promoted the use of electronic deposits of stocks, bonds, and other instruments.  I am no longer confident that this method is safe from disruption.  I recommend that you take action… Continue reading Financial Safety within the System: Current Status-Orange