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Old 10-11-2007, 10:09 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Bruce Cathie - The Harmonic Code DVD

I have just watched this brilliant DVD, which is a 1 & 1/2 hour interview with Bruce Cathie.

see the first 4 minutes here
http://youtube.com/watch?v=JdBif_7UNfo

The Harmonic Code

Bruce is a researcher & speaker who has published many books about the earth grid, UFO's, harmonic frequencies & the nature of reality.

Bruce has also developed a software program that lets you plot the exact location of the earth grid, allowing you to find earth energy points in your immediate surroundings.

worldgrid software

Bruce also covers in this interview the true nature of nuclear warheads and there complete reliance on earth energies and solar positions for detonations, incredibly interesting.

His work reinforces the vibratory/frequency nature of this reality and confirms what a number of researchers have been saying including Icke, IMO a very interesting DVD and well worth the money.
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Old 10-11-2007, 02:15 PM   #2
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I had a look at this when someone else posted it the other day. That thing on Nukes is mind blowing isn't it? Makes a mockery of a guy with a suitcase scenario. Might be worth it but there's too many charging too much these days. I'm priced out most of the time.
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Old 11-11-2007, 02:02 AM   #3
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It is very interesting, and your right, the case for a lone terrorist cell with a mini nuke in a briefcase is proven to be a total "cock & bull" story.

As for the dollars, I prepaid for my copy month's ago, as the guy who filmed & produced it (James Colmar) had no money to cover the cost of production etc. So I can assure you that no one is getting rich off this, they (Bruce & James) are just trying to cover there costs. i.e. flying Bruce & James to the Gold Coast, Australia. Accommodation, filming costs, purchase of DVD's and cases etc.

Bruce is a very humble and down to earth guy, who for more than 30 years has been on a quest to understand the world grid/energy. IMO he has contributed massively to all our knowledge and provided great insights into the nature of reality and how to change this world. IMO $29.95 US is a small price to pay for this information.
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Old 11-11-2007, 03:56 PM   #4
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I'm not saying anyone is making any money or its not worth it. I'm just pointing out some cannot actually afford it and therin lies a problem if its desirable to get the information out as a primary. Whenever someone has offered things on the basis of 'give what you think its worth or give what you can' I have always paid something. I think most would.

Suitcase Nukes Said Unlikely to Exist

Saturday November 10, 2007 4:31 PM
http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlates...067083,00.html

By KATHERINE SHRADER

Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - Members of Congress have warned about the dangers of suitcase nuclear weapons. Hollywood has made television shows and movies about them. Even the Federal Emergency Management Agency has alerted Americans to a threat - information the White House includes on its Web site.

But government experts and intelligence officials say such a threat gets vastly more attention than it deserves. These officials said a true suitcase nuke would be highly complex to produce, require significant upkeep and cost a small fortune.

Counterproliferation authorities do not completely rule out the possibility that these portable devices once existed. But they do not think the threat remains.

``The suitcase nuke is an exciting topic that really lends itself to movies,'' said Vahid Majidi, the assistant director of the FBI's Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate. ``No one has been able to truly identify the existence of these devices.''

Majidi and other government officials say the real threat is from a terrorist who does not care about the size of his nuclear detonation and is willing to improvise, using a less deadly and sophisticated device assembled from stolen or black-market nuclear material.

Yet Hollywood has seized on the threat. For example, the Fox thriller ``24'' devoted its entire last season to Jack Bauer's hunt for suitcase nukes in Los Angeles.

Government officials have played up the threat, too.

Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., once said at a hearing that he thought the least likely threat was from an intercontinental ballistic missile. ``Perhaps the most likely threat is from a suitcase nuclear weapon in a rusty car on a dock in New York City,'' he said.

In a FEMA guide on terrorist disasters that is posted in part on the White House's Web site, the agency warns that terrorists' use of a nuclear weapon would ``probably be limited to a single smaller 'suitcase' weapon.''

``The strength of such a weapon would be in the range of the bombs used during World War II. The nature of the effects would be the same as a weapon delivered by an intercontinental missile, but the area and severity of the effects would be significantly more limited,'' the paper says.

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THE GENIE THAT ESCAPED

During the 1960s, intelligence agencies received reports from defectors that Soviet military intelligence officers were carrying portable nuclear devices in suitcases.

The threat was too scary to stay secret, government officials said, and word leaked out. The genie was never put back in the bottle.

But current and former government officials who have not spoken out publicly on the subject acknowledge that no U.S. officials have seen a Soviet-made suitcase nuke.

The idea of portable nuclear devices was not a new one.

In the 1950s and 1960s, the U.S. made the first ones, known as the Special Atomic Demolition Munition. It was a ``backpack nuke'' that could be used to blow up dams, tunnels or bridges. While one person could lug it on his back, it had to be placed by a two-man team.

These devices never were used and now exist - minus their explosive components - only in a museum.

Following the U.S. lead, the Soviets are believed to have made similar nuclear devices.

Suitcase nukes have been a separate problem. They attracted considerable public attention in 1997, thanks to a ``60 Minutes'' interview and other public statements from retired Gen. Alexander Lebed, once Russia's national security chief.

Lebed said the separatist government in Chechnya had portable nuclear devices, which led him to create a commission to get to the bottom of the Chechen arsenal, according to a Center for Nonproliferation Studies report. He said that when he ran the security service, the commission could find only 48 of 132 devices.

The numbers varied as he changed his story several times - sometimes he stated that 100 or more were missing. The Russians denied he was ever accurate.

Even more details emerged in the summer of 1998, when former Russian military intelligence officer Stanislav Lunev - a defector in the U.S. witness protection program - wrote in his book that Russian agents were hiding suitcase nukes around the U.S. for use in a possible future conflict.

``I had very clear instructions: These dead-drop positions would need to be for all types of weapons, including nuclear weapons,'' Lunev testified during a congressional hearing in California in 2000, according to a Los Angeles Times account.

Naysayers noted that he was never able to pinpoint any specific location.

In a 2004 interview with the Kremlin's Federal News Service, Colonel-General Viktor Yesin, former head of the Russian strategic rocket troops, said he believes that Lebed's commission may have been misled by mock-ups of special mines used during training.

Yesin believed that a true suitcase nuke would be too expensive for most countries to produce and would not last more than several months because the nuclear core would decompose so quickly. ``Nobody at the present stage seeks to develop such devices,'' he asserted.

Some members of Congress remained convinced that the suitcase nuke problem persists. Perhaps chief among these lawmakers was Curt Weldon, a GOP representative from Pennsylvania who lost his seat in 2006.

Weldon was known for carrying around a mock-up of a suitcase nuke made with a briefcase, foil and a pipe. But it was nowhere near the weight of an actual atomic device.

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THE SCIENCE

Majidi joined the FBI after leading Los Alamos National Laboratory's prestigious chemistry division. He uses science to make the case that suitcase nukes are not a top concern.

First, he defines what a Hollywood-esque suitcase nuke would look like: a case about 24 inches by 10 inches by 12 inches, weighing less than 50 pounds, that one person could carry. It would contain a device that could cause a devastating blast.

Nuclear devices are either plutonium, which comes from reprocessing the nuclear material from reactors, or uranium, which comes from gradually enriching that naturally found element.

Majidi says it would take about 22 pounds of plutonium or 130 pounds of uranium to create a nuclear detonation. Both would require explosives to set off the blast, but significantly more for the uranium.

Although uranium is considered easier for terrorists to obtain, it would be too heavy for one person to lug around in a suitcase.

Plutonium, he notes, would require the cooperation of a state with a plutonium reprocessing program. It seems highly unlikely that a country would knowingly cooperate with terrorists because the device would bear the chemical fingerprints of that government. ``I don't think any nation is willing to participate in this type of activity,'' Majidi said.

That means the fissile material probably would have to be stolen. ``It is very difficult for that much material to walk away,'' he added.

There is one more wrinkle: Nuclear devices require a lot of maintenance because the material that makes them so deadly also can wreak havoc on their electrical systems.

``The more compact the devices are - guess what? - the more frequently they need to be maintained. Everything is compactly designed around that radiation source, which damages everything over a period of time,'' Majidi said.

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PROVING A NEGATIVE

A former CIA director, George Tenet, is convinced that al-Qaida wants to change history with the mushroom cloud of a nuclear attack. In 1998, Osama bin Laden issued a statement called ``The Nuclear Bomb of Islam.''

``It is the duty of Muslims to prepare as much force as possible to terrorize the enemies of God,'' he said.

Among numerous of avenues of investigation after the Sept. 11 attacks, Tenet said in his memoir that President Bush asked Russian President Vladamir Putin whether he could account for all of Russia's nuclear material. Choosing his words carefully, Tenet said, Putin replied that he could only account for everything under his watch, leaving a void before 2000.

Intelligence officials continued digging deeper, hearing more reports about al-Qaida's efforts to get a weapon; that effort, it is believed, has been to no avail, so far.

But intelligence officials are loath to dismiss a threat until they are absolutely sure they have gotten to the bottom of it.

In the case of suitcase nukes, one official said, U.S. experts do not have 100 percent certainty that they have a handle on the Russian arsenal.

Laura Holgate, a vice president at the Nuclear Threat Initiative, says the U.S. has not appropriately prioritized its responses to the nuclear threat and, as a result, is poorly using its scarce resources.

Much to many people's surprise, she noted, highly enriched uranium - outside of a weapon - is so benign that a person can hold it in his hands and not face any ill effects until years later, if at all. It can also slip through U.S. safeguards, she says.

The Homeland Security Department is planning to spend more than $1 billion on radiation detectors at ports of entry. But government auditors found that the devices cannot distinguish between benign radiation sources, such as kitty litter, and potentially dangerous ones, including highly enriched uranium.

Holgate considers the substance the greatest threat because it exists not only at nuclear weapons sites worldwide, but also in more than 100 civilian research facilities in dozens of countries, often with inadequate security.

Her Washington-based nonproliferation organization wants to see the U.S. get a better handle on the material that can be used for bombs - much of it is in Russia - and secure it.

The big problem, she said, is not a fancy suitcase nuke, but rather a terrorist cell with nuclear material that has enough knowledge to make an improvised device.

How big would that be? ``Like SUV-sized. Way bigger than a suitcase,'' she said.
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Old 12-11-2007, 12:39 AM   #5
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This DVD is excellent! Cathie makes a lot of sense in this! I really liked what he had to say about music resonance, and the way popular music today targets low vibrations......loud bass and lots of sharp and flat notes....aka half steps, and very sad and negative sounding scales, as well as being all about sex, self indulgence and generally being a egotistical arsehole.

I really want to get his software and plot out all the energy points around where I live and visit them....see what the energy is like there!
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Old 24-11-2007, 12:21 PM   #6
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Einstein's own equation of relativity gets very close to this Unified Field in and of itself. Almost everyone knows that the equation reads Energy equals Mass times The Speed of Light (C) squared, or E=MC2. What Einstein hoped to do was to solve this equation for the Speed of Light alone. He believed that the value for mass could eventually be substituted as a measurement of light. If this was done, then all of Creation could be expressed as being made up of Pure Light - mass and energy entirely a function of Light. This is the true "unified field" that Einstein was searching for.

As amazing as it must sound, Cathie solved this problem. In the Grid, he discovered an expression of Mass that was phrased in terms of the Speed of Light. At the end of this chapter, we will print his solution, but we will not try to discuss it because of its complexity. (More adventuresome authors might try to rephrase these complex arguments into their own words, so that they are not just flat-out plagiarizing Cathie's own work.) So, even though Cathie "cracked the code" of the Unified Field Theory, what is actually more interesting and important to us is the discoveries that he made along the way! As Cathie approached the solution to the puzzle, he unearthed some fundamental discoveries that forever change our understanding of "sympathetic vibrational physics."

http://www.dprins.demon.nl/convergence/9915.html

The stunning, arresting and incontrovertible truth of Cathie's findings, (mirrored by synchronicity just now on the author's clock,) is that the "Grid Speed of Light" is - you guessed it - EXACTLY 144,000 minutes of arc per grid second in free space.

Exactly what does this mean? Quite simple, actually. The fundamental, harmonic value for the speed of light is precisely the same as the fundamental harmonic values for the following:

the Mayan Calendar's baktun, at 144,000 Earth days;
the Bible number of the 144,000 souls who will Ascend;
the fundamental "building block" of all sound vibration frequencies, 144;
the fundamental Gematrian "frequency number" for light, 144;
And, of course, the harmonic of 12 times 12.

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I have just watched this brilliant DVD, which is a 1 & 1/2 hour interview with Bruce Cathie.

see the first 4 minutes here
http://youtube.com/watch?v=JdBif_7UNfo

The Harmonic Code

Bruce is a researcher & speaker who has published many books about the earth grid, UFO's, harmonic frequencies & the nature of reality.

Bruce has also developed a software program that lets you plot the exact location of the earth grid, allowing you to find earth energy points in your immediate surroundings.


worldgrid software

Bruce also covers in this interview the true nature of nuclear warheads and there complete reliance on earth energies and solar positions for detonations, incredibly interesting.

His work reinforces the vibratory/frequency nature of this reality and confirms what a number of researchers have been saying including Icke, IMO a very interesting DVD and well worth the money.
Hi garth,

Great stuff thanks for that ....... I think numbers, vibration & Harmonics is the key to understanding the reality we live in.......the Bruce Cathie DVD looks right up my street.........

I've just ordered a copy.......

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Old 24-11-2007, 02:05 PM   #8
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This is really amazing stuff. I have a feeling that Coral Castle Code broken also fits in with all this somehow. This DVD seems like a must buy.

Hey Garth... just clicked on your link http://www.worldgrid.net/
and got:
HackeD by PowerDream / AYYILDIZ TEAM / INTERNATIONAL FORCE

Someone doesn't like this info!

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clip on Harmonics and how it can be used to control

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Old 24-11-2007, 11:47 PM   #10
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If this info is accurate and its awfully compelling so far then Buildings on Ley Lines is about balance. All the symbology and numerology falls into place along with masonry architecture dimensions and reasons for (co-ordinate sytem). In fact it blows wide open what freemasonry is all about. Not that they haven't maybe added to their repertoire.

So if we get that grid software we should be able to plot all the NWO dominated structures and see if and how they are unbalancing the system.

Exactly what the equation used to decide where balance is needed is unclear but I haven't watched the DVD yet.

This ties in to so much.

Stonehenge really could be something like a transport mechanism... or even more. Can 'we' be used as balance instead of structures? I think so. Is that why many structures are not freely open to the public? Could be.
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If this info is accurate and its awfully compelling so far then Buildings on Ley Lines is about balance. All the symbology and numerology falls into place along with masonry architecture dimensions and reasons for (co-ordinate sytem). In fact it blows wide open what freemasonry is all about. Not that they haven't maybe added to their repertoire.

So if we get that grid software we should be able to plot all the NWO dominated structures and see if and how they are unbalancing the system.

Exactly what the equation used to decide where balance is needed is unclear but I haven't watched the DVD yet.

This ties in to so much.

Stonehenge really could be something like a transport mechanism... or even more. Can 'we' be used as balance instead of structures? I think so. Is that why many structures are not freely open to the public? Could be.
That's it!!! We need to find out how WE can manipulate the lay lines!!
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That's it!!! We need to find out how WE can manipulate the lay lines!!
No you don't. Not until you grow wiser. When you do, seek advise from the indigenous people in Scandinavia.
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Ikea doing flatpacks for Ley Line squatting or something?
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Ikea doing flatpacks for Ley Line squatting or something?

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No you don't. Not until you grow wiser. When you do, seek advise from the indigenous people in Scandinavia.

I know I know nothing about this, or how to go about it. I know I'm up against everything if I do try and manipulate the lay lines. It's strange, I was looking for some indigenous people to talk to about this before I go into it, and you mention the Scandinavians........howcome?
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I know I know nothing about this, or how to go about it. I know I'm up against everything if I do try and manipulate the lay lines. It's strange, I was looking for some indigenous people to talk to about this before I go into it, and you mention the Scandinavians........howcome?
The Sami people are smart and not as dumb as they look. Take it from me. My ex-wife is a Sami 'shaman'.
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The Sami people are smart and not as dumb as they look. Take it from me. My ex-wife is a Sami 'shaman'.
Thank you my friend, you've supplied the next step in my quest for knowledge about this....

I would never wish to tackle this without proper knowing...
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As I've mentioned I'm sat right next to a Ley Line and an old church built on an old temple. I wonder if we are somehow meant to be where we are at this time. Anyone else aware of their Ley Line surroundings. Are we already balancing something? Anyone?
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I want to get Cathie's software to locate them, then I'll take it from there.

You know, I'm not entirely sure if something like this should be discussed openly as this on a public level....especially when naming locations, the people who control these lay lines will not be pleased to know we wish to take them back...
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Couldn't give a monkeys. I've already spread the info onto other sites. Suggest others do the same. The more its out the less they can do about it.
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