Monday, December 22, 2008

Life Beyond Laundry

I am still working on sorting out how to blog in a way that would educate, encourage, and entertain. In my mind, I have finally come to the conclusion that I need to separate my personal life blogs from my health and weight loss coaching. Not everybody who cares about losing weight or restoring their health is interested in a 'day in the life of' the Shaws. Not everybody who is curious about life with a dirty dozen wants to read about my passion for improving people's quality of life. So, even though I know I can't please all the people, all the time... I have the card carrying People Pleaser Personality that does everything humanly within my power to achieve the impossible. Enter - Life Beyond Laundry. I'll be reformatting this blog soon and it will be dedicated to sharing insights I have gained (mostly through mistakes) and momentary glimpses of wisdom. Being a mom of twelve, I've had lots of opportunity to make mistakes, and try again. I am still learning that there is life beyond laundry. Mountains of laundry. My goal for the new year is to post at least once a week, even if it is just a funny story. You might even be priviledged enough to get a few glimpes of my goofy little urchins while they are keeping me from being too serious about life.
I will also be launching a new blog with the URL which will be focused on health, wellness, and weight loss. I have them linked to one another. As we enter 2009, I'd like to help make it a year to Shine... for anyone who wants to improve their quality of life. And since my plate isn't quite full enough with my own business, I decided to take the plunge and help my 13yo daughter launch her own online biz at
Tell me what you are doing differently in 2009. What are your goals? Did you make a New Year's Resolution? I look forward to reading comments.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

HP Magic Giveaway Contest

While I was visiting a friend's site, I noticed she had a joined a contest so I thought I would check it out. I was expecting to 'sign up' with my name and email address and have equal odds of winning. When I reviewed the criteria, I considered not entering. After I decided to go ahead and take the plunge (what's to lose) and began reading everyone else's posts, I contemplated what I might write about that could even come close to competing with the incredibe giving hearts of the other contestants. Not that I think I'll win, but I am posting about it all the same, because I think it is an ingenious way to encourage people to think of others ahead of themselves, and try to make the world a brighter place.
So, here's the deal: HP is offering a mega give-away, and allowing each sub-contest to be run at the discretion of the chosen bloggers who are awarding the prizes. I happened to find this one (click on the title to learn more), but apparently there are 50 simultaneous Blogger Magic Giveaways going on. http://http//

including one at and another at
One of the fun things about entering is you get to visit some really cool blogs. You might even find a few you want to follow. Each blogger sets his or her on rules. Most of them encourage you to at least tell how you would share the magic.

In the Living in Theory contest, our challenge is to write about how we impact the lives of others. I am not quite sure where to begin. As a mom of twelve, nine still living at home, I guess I could say I impact lives everyday. My hope is that through nurturing and instilling compassionate values in my children my investment will be compounded as they can far out reach me in making a difference in the world.

If you read any of my other blog posts, you'll realize that I am passionate about health. My goal, or mission statement, if you will, is to impact the lives of thousands through helping them learn more about wellness, and how to improve the quality of their lives. Nothing is more gratifiying to me than to be able to help someone recover their health, and get their live back (outside of watching my children grow up and achieve their dreams.) I am especially concerned with helping families with special needs children. Part of that drive comes from losing a son (who had a medical condition) ten years ago. I always think... "if I had known then what I know now would things have been different?" So I make it my goal for other parents to not have to ask themselves that question.

I am a MannaRelief Champion and I raise funds to sponsor children with medical challenges. The sponsorship provides Optimal Nutrition for children and helps to improve their quality of life. I also personally sponsor an orphanage through MannaRelief. A long term goal of mine is to take my family on a MannaRelief missions trip where we would actually participate in distributing product, and meeting the children. Currently I am working with a family that has two children with special needs. Both boys have seen great results and the parents would like to keep them in the program. As the economy suffers, so does charitable giving. As their champion, I am on a mission to find the funds to keep them enrolled.

How does this relate to what I would do with the HP Majic Giveaway prizes? It doesn't really, except that one of the boys who is autistic would greatly benefit from having the touchscreen computer. I would love to be able to offer it to this family for their son.

Also in my rambling blog posts is the saga of our family, and our current separation from Daddy. My wonderful husband is on the other side of the country while we are here, waiting for our house to sell. He is incredibly lonely, and having a laptop to 'link' back home would help him trememdously. It is, in fact, on our items to purchase list... only I have yet to take the time to search out the best deal. With us having to stretch our budgets to cover his living expenses as well as ours, winning the contest would allow us to save that laptop money for other things while we stretch our dollars.

With as many children as we have, we are probably one of few families that *could* actually use all the giveaway ourselves. However, we aren't in need of another printer. I am perfectly happy with the HP we currently have, so I would donate it to the local Pregnancy Center, or the Care Cottage (which is a liason for children who are in the DFACS system.) The mini would be perfect for my younger children to do their school work on and would help me keep my sanity when we pack the caravan to drive thousands of miles across the country. I am sure it would help to eliminate the incessant "are we there yet" questions that will no doubt test my last nerve without a portable DVD player to distract them.

Even after I have written all this, there were so many contestants who are far more deserving, and had much loftier plans in place were they to be the lucky winner. I think the neatest thing about this contest is that it doesn't matter who wins. Just by participating, we have stimulated our thoughts (and hopefully our actions) about how to pay it forward and make the world a better place. So, by all means, check out Sugar's blog (follow the title link) and share what you are doing to make a difference. Entertain the idea of winning, and how you would share the Majic.

The Pursuit of Dreams

Helping my children pursue their dreams gives me immense satisfaction. I encourage lofty goals. I want them to reach for the stars, and see where the path leads them. I hope you'll take a moment to visit Hannah's website. Pamper yourself while your there, and help a little girl as she tries to find her place in this world.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Everything is a process

So, I am trying to get my head around this blog thing.. still.

Wondering how to connect my feeds so that I can update just one blog, and it forwards itself to all my social networks.

I know it can be done. I see it happening all around me, but I am not connecting these dots. :)

I have been contemplating setting up my own webite, complete with all the bells and whistles. I am a person who could either be called lazy... or expedient, depending on your perspective.

My goal is always to get as much done as I can while putting forth the least amount of effort possible. Really, it isn't because I am lazy. I just like to multiply my time. More for less - it is the only way to make 'more of me.' That used to be my generic excuse for not getting things done. "If only there were more of me"... or "there just isn't enough of me". Now, I am determined to turn that into a positive. I am going to make more of me.

How can I reach a bigger audience? Connect the internet dots...

I am open to suggestions. I pride myself in being teachable. Show me a better way, and I'll implement it. How can I get the best ROI? I love to share and educate. I want the world to know there are answers. Writing for my local paper touches hundreds, perhaps thousands. I want to touch thousands - millions. I want to wake up slumbering America. For such lofty goals, I need a large platform. I see bloggers with huge followings. They are just every day people, sharing their lives, their joys, their tears. I am just an ordinary mom, with an extraordinary vision. (And an extraordinary number of people who call me mom!) I want others to be able to learn from my mistakes, and my experiences. Being a mom times twelve gives you lots of diverse experiences!

I have the dream, I have the drive, I will achieve my goals. I'd prefer it to be sooner rather than later. This is a shameless plea for help from any of my internet savvy computer guru friends or family. Left to my own devices, it might take me years to decipher the code on my own!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Follow Your Dreams

Rachel:Living Life Differently; Following Her Dreams.

She is studying Parelli Natural Horsemanship which is based on building a partnership, trust, and respect. What fun to gallop bareback and bridleless over hill and dale! Actually I would say Parelli is as much about Life as it is Horsemanship.
My favorite Pat-ism is: "Take the time it takes; it takes less time."

She spent the summer in Montana, and is now back in Georgia. She has taken a full-time job with the Thompsons to pursue her dreams. Hopefully we'll get to see more of her before we move.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Looking at Life a Little Differently

Time for Change... but not the Obama way.
I am excited that we have come to a point of change in our lives. Turning the big 4-0 has made us reflect on where we are, where we wish we were, and how to get there from here. We are making big changes... and the reality is sinking in.
Being a mom of twelve is a badge I proudly wear, but being a geographically single mom isn't looking so appealing. I know the Lord has a plan, and it is a perfect plan. But I am beginning to doubt our soundness of mind in deciding to pack the wagon and head west. I used to think I would have been a bold frontierwoman, but I have always been in awe of the women of the west who lived without their men for months on end. My fortitude will soon be tested. How will I measure up? With just a few short weeks to go, reality is beginning to look me in the face.

Other changes are also on the horizon. My blogspot is taking on a new look, and a new function. As a local wellness consultant and weight loss coach, I reach out and touch hundreds of lives. Being able to facilitate face to face health seminars has been so gratifying, but I am realizing that in order to help more people I must concentrate more on connecting on a cyber level. My passion is to enable, empower, and encourage people to take control of their health. As a mom, I realize that I set the stage not only for myself, but my whole family. I lead, they folllow (idealistically). Reaching out to other moms seems to be a good way to broaden my scope of influence.
The tone of my blog is changing to reflect my desire to touch more lives, change more perspectives, and in my own small way, have an impact on a little segment of history. We as moms don't realize the potential we have as we mold and shape the next generation. Are we going to create a society that follows like sheep, or will we raise up thinkers and doers, movers and shakers? What has God called us to do? For what were we created? When we turn to toxic chemicals to make our lives easier, or toxic medicines to make us feel better, who are we relying on? In this day and age when the world is blissfully complacent with doing things like we've always done them... what will we be remembered for? My hope is that I can help others reach their full potential, be all the God created them to be, and take care of the temple God provided them with to bring glory to Him.
It is truly a time for change. Will we turn to God and search for wisdom and a return to common sense, or will we (as a nation) continue to play follow the leader and become a statistic in the system of sickness we have created? Is this what we want for our children (who are already sicker than we were at their age)?
Are you ready to look at life differently? What kind of changes are you willing to make? How can I help?

Sharing Hope.........

Sunday, October 5, 2008

The dream takes shape

I thought I'd post some pictures of our latest family additions. Everyone asks the same question...

I thought you were moving to Colorado? It is true. We are. But I rationalize.

You got *how* many horses? Yeah, well... I am a sucker. What can I say? They were purchased at basement bargain prices, but the increased cost of feed sure has made up for the savings. LOL

So here are some of my rationalizations:

If Sierra hadn't died last year, she'd be going with us - so it began as a trade off. And the bonus horse... well, the rationalization is that we gave Georgia away so we are one less pony, but I guess that won't hold water when the Thompson's arrive with Elisabeth's surprise. But, like children - what's one more, right? I am sure we'll have to sell more goats to find room. And, Rachel will probably keep Parrin, so that will give us a little more room.

This is how it went....

(For those who don't yet know, we purchases 3 of the Trexler rescue horses at the Georgia Equine Rescue Auction.)

We arrived and looked over the horses that were in the paddocks outside, and I asked questions about the ones I had picked out as possibilities. Much to my delight, the little filly that I liked in the pictures was a farm favorite, a pocket pet, the friendliest one. In person, she wasn't as pleasing to my eye as some of the others, but personality is important too. Ashley Hope was goo-goo eyed over another grey that 'is coming around' the volunteers told us. They were all so beautiful, and the before/after pictures made me want to reinstate lynching. I never even made it into the barn to see the horses in the stalls before the bidding began.

We found a spot to set up the chairs by the auction ring, and watched as they brought out horse number one. She was beautiful but petrified. She stood shaking all over as the auctioneer begged for a bid. I restrained myself as the hammer came down at a mere $60 for a beautiful, well bred 5 yo Arabian mare. Several more horses walked in and out of the ring before my horse pranced in calmly with her head held high. I was fearful that the positive comments of the volunteers would cause her to bring a premium price. Not so - I got her for a measly $130. Had I been my right mind, I would have packed everyone up and headed home.

But no, I was riveted. I don't even remember what happened next. I just know I found myself bidding. I couldn't stand to see the price tags so low. These horses had been impounded for a whole year. The auctions help to cover some of the costs of care. So in my mind I excused my waving hand as a way to help drive up the prices. In that I was successful. Many of the volunteers thanked me, over and over. In the end, we only walked away with three horses. I guess it could have been worse. No, honestly - I would only push the price to $100 and then I would stop. I am sure that I would have arrived at a point of restraint earlier if my tactics hadn't worked so well.

I bet we helped them bring in at least an extra thousand or two. Considering that with papers, those horses could have easily sold for several thousand each puts it into perspective. It still makes me sad, and mad. I wish there was some way we could get papers on these girls. DNA testing is the only way, and it appears to be a long shot. Not enough information is available.

Now that we have them home, and they have settled in so has reality. One of the horses actually belongs to my oldest daughter, Ashley Hope. She is supposed to be finding a place to keep her. I will be boarding one of them at a friend's until we move.

I thought I would post a couple of pictures. The gray in the picture with Christopher is Raja. That was the first time her feet have ever been trimmed, and she was better behaved than many vetrans. The other gray is Xena - Ashley Hope's... and the bay is Alina. Both of them have a *long* way to go before they are even to be considered tame in my book. We can halter them, and lead them around, but they prefer not to be touched. Lots and lots of friendly game! Parelli is an amazing system though and they are coming around very quickly. We have already mastered the catching game. The first night, it took over an hour for Christopher to be able to touch Alina. Now they face us and come to us. These aren't the greatest pictures, and don't really do them justice, but it is what I have for now.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

We are Wonderfully Made!

This is an excerpt from one of my favorite videos. Anyone who sees this and isn't left with a sense of awe and wonder at how God created our amazingly complex bodies, doesn't really 'get' it! Dig into cellular biology a bit - the complexity of the factories that comprise each and every one of the trillion cells in our bodies will leave your head spinning. It takes a LOT more faith to believe that we could have evolved by 'chance' than it does to be humbled by the words of Isaiah. Truly His thoughts are far above ours!
It is also amazing to me how our bodies can maintain health with all the toxins and unhealthy foods we subject them to. What is most encouraging is that our bodies CAN recover when we support them with proper nutrition!

I tried several times, unsuccessfully to embed the video. Even with DSL it is too big of a file to upload. So.... here is the link:

Sunday, August 17, 2008

can it get any crazier?

We still haven't moved the upstairs furniture back. The floors aren't finished. Either I will apply the finish coats tomorrow, or we'll have the professionals back on Wednesday. Either way, we have to prepare for vacation, and get stuff out from downstairs for that. In the midst of all that we have to get tires for the van, and have the air conditioner worked on. It is usually hectic just getting ready for vacation when there is nothing else going on. I can't imagine what this week is going to be like. The landscapers aren't finished yet either. We've had much needed rain, but it left us with lots of mud. They are supposed to be back tomorrow.
I'll be posting some pictures at some point, both of the house and the kids. Last night to escape the fumes we went out to eat. The whole family... A rare occasion as it costs us a week's worth of groceries to eat out, but it was enjoyabe. We ended up bringing home enough left overs to have lunch today. I don't know how people eat so much! No wonder we are the fattest nation in the world.

Monday, August 11, 2008

a few quick things

Life is crazy.
Thursday & Friday we are having the upstairs floor refinished, so packing has started in earnest. We packed up books from the loft/library today so we could move the stand alone bookshelves and desks out. I probably packed 20 boxes, and it looks as if we didn't make a dent. All the bedroom furniture will also have to be moved, and closets emptied. It will be a good chance for us to get the upstairs organized and cleaned up though.

Tomorrow the landscaper starts moving dirt around. The gutters went up last week.

My dad and his wife Alice were visiting for the past week, so not much got done. We'll be doing double time this week and next before leaving for vacation on Friday.

The deck and porch still have to be pressure washed and resealed. We're going to do that ourselves.

Jesse started sanding in the bathroom today. We are finally getting things done that I have wanted to do for years. Too bad we're doing it for somebody else to enjoy. :(

After the landscaper leaves we'll finish working on the flower beds, and I'll post some more pictures. Rachel, you won't recognize the front yard.

I wanted to take some pictures of Matthew today. He decided to 'pack himself' in a box. It was too cute, but the camera is missing. I expect there will be more opportunities.

We're making icecream tonight with the last of the fresh peaches of the season. While my dad was here we went to Dickies and got two bushels. They are packing a big cooler home with them filled with the frozen peaches we put up. We ate as many as we froze! I'll miss Georgia peaches when we move to Colorado!

Friday, August 8, 2008

More about our house

Many people have asked for more information about our house, so I am going to post specifics.
For a quick link to the pictures, they are here:
60 minutes to downtown Atlanta, 30 minutes to Macon, 5 miles from Forsyth, 3 miles off of I-75. Serenity in the country, but convenient for a commute.
The fenced areas are approximately 3 acres. Cross fenced to divide the larger pasture from a medium sized paddock, and a small connecting paddock. Loafing shed opens into the larger pasture and the connecting paddock. We have ponies and goats on the pastures. We have planted Bermuda several times, but every time the drought has taken most of it before it gets a good root system. This year I planted Bermuda with millet, and it is doing some better. If stalls were put up in the barn, and horses could be taken on and off the pasture, it could probably support two, maybe three with supplemental hay.
The rest of the property is wooded, and there is a small creek in the wooded area. There are also dog runs, and a chicken coop down by the barn.
The house is 2764 sq ft finished with an additional 1024 sq ft unfinished in the basement.) 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, cathedral ceilings, open floor plan, with the great room, kitchen, & dining room all open. 3 bedrooms are upstairs, the master is on the main floor.
The master bedroom has 2 closests. One is a huge walk-in closet with a window (that I use as a nursery & closet.) There is a loft/library/office upstairs. Mudroom connects the oversized (676sq f) two car garage. Basement is partially finished -two rooms. My husband uses one room as an office/reloading (ammo) room, and the other room was built as a play room, but it is used as a bedroom currently. There is a small storage room, and the rest is open and unfinished. We use it as an exercise room and a school room for the older kids.

Built it in 1999. We just had gutters added, and are having some additional landscaping done as well as resealing the porch and deck. We replaced the upstairs air conditioning unit this year, new dishwasher, new stove. We are also redoing the upstairs bathroom, and having the floors refinished. It is completely wood throughout - floors, and walls, even ceilings (excluding the basement.) We share a private drive with my mom, and one other family, but we are at the end of the road so it is very secluded.

Email me at if you want more information. We will be listing it with Martie Brown @ ReMax the beginning of Sept.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

internet rabbit trails

Tonight I was itching, and not wanting to go to bed. So I decided to spend some time catching up on emails. Dr. Mercola's latest headline caught my eye, so I went off to read about Gardasil (HPV vaccine) and teen paralysis. There I found a link to the 14yo girls website, and believe it or not, a similar thing happened to them that happened to Angie when they interviewed her last June. The family posted their full statement at and they are searching for comparables in hopes of finding the proper course of treatment. From there I went to Alex's site, and read her story which is very similar, except that Alex has deteriorated much further. Then I went on to read Marcy's story which led me to want to share their stories with others. I, of course, think there are natural solutions to most any health challenge, but their challenges are great, and much damage has already been done. I think about how Clay has complained with knee and neck pains, and I agonize at the thought of being in Rob's shoes. Life is so fragile. The Lord is so merciful to keep us hanging in the balance. If you have a few minutes, go and read these stories, pray for these families, and count your blessings.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Connecting the Dots

When you are an analytical person (like me) it makes life much easier to live if the dots we are supposed to be connecting are clearly labeled. Sometimes though, there are a myriad of choices and none of them offer clues. The fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much, but the journey God has in store for us is one that we would never choose for ourselves. I look back over the past few years, and wonder what would have happened if I had chosen dot A instead of dot B as a turning point for the tapestry my life is weaving. Every bend in the road gives us the opportunity to pick another path, start out on a different route, make radical changes...or even minor ones that will forever affect us.

I am grateful for the many blessings in my life, the infinite mercy showered upon me by my Heavenly Father, and the grace that helps me along the path, even when the going gets tough.
I am thankful that I have a wonderful husband who unconditionally loves me, and a quiverfull of blessings that God has entrusted me with. I can not fathom what life would be like without them.
As we stand at the fork in the road, my fervent prayer is that God will indeed direct our path. As I peer into the horizon searching for the next 'dot', I struggle to see clearly. To some readers, this may all sound vague. In its vagueness, it encompasses many of my current challenges. My soul aches for days gone by when life was simple, and suffering loss was alien to me. My childhood was far from normal, but even with a dysfunctional family, and all the warts that accompanied it, I had my needs met and I never felt unloved. Over the past 10 years, I have suffered much. God has taught me much, and I have learned to lean on him as my rock and my fortress. I remind myself that the pain I have endured doesn't compare with the sufferings of others, and I focus on my blessings. This is something I cognitively choose to do, else I would constantly be wallowing in self pity. Today I am distracted by a bad case of poison ivy which seems to be going septic fast. I have little dots popping up everywhere. The constant itching is driving me crazy. Dwelling on other things helps, so I thought I would write a bit today. Maybe it is the effects of the Benadryl, or maybe it is just the nostalgia I am feeling about lost fellowship with some of my dear sisters in Christ, but my heart is heavy and aching today.

Lord help me to know your will, and be in humble submission. Help me to die to self, and live for you. Give me the strength to continue the journey in my weariness. Lift me up and carry me, keep my head above the waters, and give me the faith to wholly trust in you.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Life in the fast lane...

I wanted to take a minute to post, knowing that it very well could be the last one I have time for before we move. No decisions have been finalized, but we have many home improvements to make before the house goes on the market at the end of August. The line-up of projects run continuously (and sometime simultaneously) back to back from now until then. We are scheduled to go on vacation the 22nd, and my hope is to be completed with everything, and have the floors refinished while we are gone. As always, more hours in the day, or more days in the week are needed. My life seems to be driven by tyrrany of the urgent, and this is no exception.
Although I am not looking forward to being a 'single parent', the idea is not near so overwhelming as long as we complete all our projects before that day arrives. Too bad we aren't in a position to move out before we sell. That would be much less stressful!
I decided to tackle the most hated task first, so a yard/moving sale is slated for this Saturday. I love to *go* to yard sales, but despise having them. It never seems like it is worth the effort. However, if we can sell a few things off, it is less to pack, and less to keep cleaned up. Hopefully we can make a few dollars. Either way, it is motivating us to de-clutter, which is a necessary task. We have a 65 Chevy truck, ready for restoring, that I would LOVE to sell this weekend. We also have a 12 passenger van that needs to find a home. Moving them out of the yard will make a huge difference in my opinion. I am 'remodeling' the yard with new flowers, and hopefully will get a dump truck load full of mulch soon to dress up the flower beds. I am going to really hate leaving it after putting in so much work. I am told landscaping will sell a house sooner than the interior will. I am trusting that God is going to sell it for us, since he provided the job.

His timing is always perfect.
Even when it feels like your world is spinning too fast to keep up.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

JC - the Ober buck we have for sale

These are pictures of Eidwynn - the only daughter we have of JC that has freshened. She was actually sold, and came back to us (much to our delight) last week. He clipped her right before he brought her back so there is still some of the gray underhairs showing up across her back. She is almost dry, but is probably one of the easiest milkers on the property. She is NOT for sale - but is posted as an example of one of JC's daughters. I didn't take pictures of the doeling we kept from this year, but will try to do that and post them later.

JC - he was being uncooperative, and wouldn't set up very well. You can get an idea of his coloring. He actually darkens in the winter, which is backwards for most Obers. His light color is definitely his biggest fault. He is very level (when set up), wide, and deep. All of his kids have been dark, except one and the doe he was bred to was also light. He has champions all throughout his bloodlines. If we weren't moving, I wouldn't be selling any of these animals. I am hoping to breed JC to my Obers from Arizona before he leaves. I have a buck waiting to be shipped from Sir Echo after we move to breed my other two JC daughters to.

Melody and her doelings

Melody's udder - empty. Her two kids are almost 2 months old, and keep her pretty milked out.
She is a dream to milk though. She has great attachment, and a beautiful udder, with the only fault being not quite enough rear height. We have never let her fill up for more than 12 hours, so I don't know if that would correct itself when she is full. The other pictures are candid ones of her and the doelings in the pasture. One doeling is already sold. If the other sells we will keep Melody. If Melody sells, we'll keep the the other doeling.

Button - Fizz's doeling from this year

Button is our first Ober colored cross. She is the result of an accidental breeding when JC got into the pen.

and more goat pictures -Fizz and Trixie

Fizz is dam raising so we rarely get to see her udder full. Because we'd like to see her grow some more we have not been milking her, although her kid is still in the pasture with her. When we were milking we were getting approximately an extra quart per day. Below her pictures are pictures of her full sister from this year, Trixie (who is also for sale.) These does are typical of what Orion produces. I am planning to wait as long as possible to rebreed Fizz in hopes that she will get a little more size on her.

Here the most recent pictures.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Now the Goats....

For those of you not 'into goats' you can just skip this post. I am having to post pictures here because I have not had the time to figure out how to update our farm website We are reducing the herd in preparation for our move. We have 4 LaMancha milkers and will only be keeping two. I have taken updated pictures, but alas, the cord to connect the camera to the computer is hiding under piles of papers, or otherwise unlocatable (if that is a word). We also have three doelings for sale, and an Oberhasli buck. Expect another goat related post soon with those pictures. Email me at if you are interested in any of our goats. Thanks for taking the time to look.

Fizz as an intermediate kid. She is very long, level, and wide. She is also an Orion daughter. She has matured alot, but didn't grow as much as I would have liked. She freshened as a yearling with an accidental breeding. Her buck and doe kid were Ober experimentals. Button, her doe kid, is also for sale. Her registered name is Ayrsmoss OFN Apricot Fizz.

Melody - also an Orion daughter, as a senior kid in her winter coat. See below pictures of other Orion daughters for an example of what her udder looks like. As soon as I find the cable to connect the camera to the laptop I will upload the newer pictures.

Bronwyn in showmanship with Michael. She is conformationally very correct with her main weakness being rear udder height. We have tried unsuccessfully to get a doe out of her three years running. Her buck kids are always the nicest of the kid crop, but because she is registered as a recorded grade they have never seen a showring. I am hoping to breed her back to Orion before he is sold. She kidded in January and is still in milk. We'll start drying her off as soon as she is bred.

Orion as a two year old. He improves toplines and udders. His kids are a bit slow to mature. He is much deeper now, but scruffy. He throws predominantly cream/apricot colored kids but we have gotten two black bucklings and some gray moon spots. He has incredible bloodlines. His registered name is Devonshire SX Orion if you want to search

Above is a picture of Belle's udder - a 2 year old, first freshener out of Orion. These are typical of Orion's daughters.

Below is an udder pic of Celeste, a yearling daughter of Orion's.

This is Cordial last year. Her udder was much nicer this year, but a bout with mastitis caused one side to dry up completely. She has freshed twice, last year with a buck and a doe, and this year with twin experimental bucks. If her udder recovers with her next freshing she will be a nice show doe. Otherwise, she would still make an exceptional brood doe. Before we started drying her off she was giving a gallon of milk per day, just on one side. Her registered name is Ayrsmoss Strawberry Cordial.

Pictures as promised....first the house

The kitchen area - which is connected to the dining/great room.

A picture of the great room from the top of the stairs.
The cathedral ceiling and loft.

A truly southern home complete with a wrap around porch and swing. French doors that enter into the master bedroom are around the corner. We dreamed of a jacuzzi on that end after the kids were all grown. The view from the master bedroom is beautiful. We left trees right up agains the house on that side.

The barn, chicken coop, and dog runs. Interior of barn and fenced areas sit on concrete. It is wired for electricity, but not connected. Open barn area could easily house 3 or 4 horse stalls.
There is an 8 x 16 loafing shed connecting the back pasture to the side pasture that is wired with lights and an outlet for fans, and the charger for the electric fence.

A view from the front. We have added Forsythia bushes and extended the flower beds. Lots of Irises and Daffodils. I am going to miss springtime in Georgia. There are also azaleas at the top of the yard.

These are pictures from last year. We have made some upgrades since they were taken, and are currently working on some more. If you are interested in a ten acre farmette (about 3 acres fenced) in the country but only minutes to convenience and less than an hour from Atlanta let me know. I wish we could pick it up and move it with us, but we can't. I am trusting that the Lord will send a buyer quickly. I am not relishing the idea of being a single parent. Clay hasn't accepted a job yet, but we are planning in that directon. We have several offers on the table.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

A if it wasn't long enough...

I can't seem to find an 'edit' option so that I can remove all the ads at the end of the last post. I am interested to see how many folks will actually read the entire article anyway!
If you are interested in finding out ways to support and build your immune system let me know. Our family hasn't been to the doctor sick but once in almost 10 years. Compare that to constant sickness when the older four children were little, and it is a clear indicator to me that nutrition plays a KEY role! It also confirms what many say about vaccinations. Those four are the only ones who were vaccinated.... go figure.

Long but worth the read....

From time to time I will post things of revelance to my business as a wellness consultant here. I have never been an advocate of vaccines since I took the time to do some research. This is really bigger than vaccines though. It is something that needs to be posted all over the internet. It won't be published by mainstream media; THAT I assure you! Please take the time to read it in its entirity - share my blog url with others - or cut and paste it. We need to educate ourselves and encourage others to do the same!

Natural Solutions Foundation Health Freedom eAlertThis Intelligence Report Could Save Your Life.
JULY 19, 2008

What I Have To Tell You Is Not Comfortable or Pretty. But this Report Could Save Your Life,Especially the Action Steps at the end of this Report & Video.
Dr.Laibow's Blog and Video Report on the Avian Flu Threat: Let's start with a few quotes:
"The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out... without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable." - H L Mencken
"No country and no people can be free and ignorant at the same time." - Thomas Jefferson
"The only safe vaccine is the one that is never used." - James Shannon Former National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director
"I haven't got a flu shot and I don't intend to." - George W. Bush 2004 Presidential Candidate
This Natural Solutions Intelligence ReportCould Save Your Life.
Or you can ignore it, but that choice might kill you. It's your choice. The tale which you need to hear is a long, complicated one, winding its way from China to France by way of the First World War, Rockefeller's Oil Cartel, Sanofi-Pasteur and Iraq to its final destination: A syringe full of something claiming to be a vaccine against the now-deadly Avian Flu imported from China and filled in a plant in the US. Filled with what? Nothing good. This is not a story to be told in a few brief paragraphs. It is long and complicated but I urge you to read it and then to take the steps listed and please, SHARE THIS INFORMATION AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE.
Avian Flu Has Already Been Weaponized
I'll give you the bottom line first: based on Gen. Stubblebine's careful analysis of the existing evidence, Avian Flu has already been turned into a pandemic virus with a lot of sophisticated help from people who are not your friends, but who are very good at weaponizing organisms, like the previously innocuous bird flu virus, H5N1. There is a basic virological fact you need to know to make sense of what comes next: it is impossible to make a vaccine against a virus that does not yet exist. Public relations efforts to the contrary, IF a vaccine is being made against the Avian Flu virus in its pandemic form, that means that the pandemic virus already exists. Period. End of discussion. So that fact that the Avian Flu vaccine is already being manufactured in China by Sanofi-Pasteur, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the French arm of the Rockefeller oil cartel (Total Petroleum) is confirmation of what you are about to read. If you allow it to be introduced into your body, there is no reason to imagine it will be anything but an unmitigated disaster for your immune system and for you. We believe it's planned to be that way. I do not know A. True Ott, PhD, but he was kind enough to send me a PDF file recently in which he puts a lot of the pieces together that I have been finding in my own research. Some of his conclusions I have serious difficulty with, but parts of his chronology are used here with appreciation. Let's start with the basics: H5N1 is a benign, commonplace virus which most birds carry with no harm to themselves or humans. Humans also have viruses we have no problem with: these viral companions keep our immune systems healthy and humming. Only under the stimulus of novel and dangerous toxins which your body has no way to get rid of (detoxify), and stress which overwhelms your coping capacity, does an innocuous virus mutate and become something that can make you sick or kill you. All human cases of H5N1 have occurred in areas of sick birds in large concentrations such as factory farms where handlers come into contact with stressed and sick birds in toxic surroundings where toxic residues are concentrated at high levels. For example, in Vietnam, where thousands of gallons of Monsanto chemicals such as Agent Orange were dumped in huge amounts following the Vietnam war outbreaks of Avian Flu are not uncommon. These outbreaks occurred in highly toxic environments, where crowded, sick factory farm chickens have been inoculated [supposedly] against Avian Flu. It will also become deadly, of course, when labs are employed to alter it so that it becomes an efficient weapon of mass destruction. The US has had a program to accomplish exactly that for over a century now, astounding as that may seem! Our best intelligence estimate is that pandemic Avian Flu already exists. It appears to have been turned into a massive viral threat through bioengineering by the United States, fusing the deadly genome of the 1918 Pandemic, mis-named the "Spanish Flu", with the DNA of the H5N1 virus in a growth medium of human kidney cells to make sure that the virus recognizes human cells and knows how to invade them. Please re-read that paragraph again and consider the threat that poses to you and your family.
The Spanish Pandemic Rides Again
The genome of the 1918 pandemic so-called "Spanish Flu" was recently intentionally resurrected. Because of that ressurection, the Avian Flu, and its vaccine, are now a US government-instigated threat to life - your life.
The Spanish Flu, which was not Spanish at all, was created in the US through an early bioweapons program and injected into healthy young men (i.e., 'soliders') as the first mandatory vaccination in the military during WWI (also known as the "War to End Wars" and the "Great War"). The "Spanish Flu", which originated in Kansas on US Military bases, killed a minimum of 50 million Americans. It was one of the deadliest pandemics in modern history. It was also one of the most successful biological weapons ever created.
Time Line To Disaster
This may be one of the most important chronologies you will ever read:
April 6, 1917:
US declares war on Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany, and the Ottoman Empire.
America swings into full production of War material.
American men are drafted into military service and deployed for training in Spain
ALL NEW RECRUITS ARE GIVEN MANDATORY VACCINATIONS --- One of which is a "broad-spectrum" live virus influenza vaccination
Rockefeller makes millions in vaccine sales while consolidating Standard Oil contracts worldwide
The first British soldiers committed to World War I are deployed to Iraq to protect American oil interests there
Following mass vaccine injections, U.S. soldiers are crowded into troop ships and sent to "train" in Spain. Seasick, stressed soldiers aged 18-34 exhibit influenza symptoms on the voyage
Immediately after arriving in Spain, U.S. soldiers are "trained", that is, exposed to, the various forms of gas they will experience in the trenches in France
Exposure to these highly toxic gasses causes the live-virus influenza organisms to mutate into an extremely lethal, and highly communicable, form of virus
Millions of young, healthy men and women aged 18-34 die worldwide as a result of vaccinations combined with novel and highly toxic chemicals
November 11, 1918
Armastice with Germany and its Allies
Following the end of "The Great War" - The heads of the various multi-national banks met in conference at San Remo in 1924 to assess war reparations for Germany.
John D. Rockefeller and the Rothschilds have consolidated and vastly increased their wealth through actively funding both sides of the war
March 28, 1924
Rockefeller formes a French oil conglomerate calling it "Total", the "French Company of Petroleums" aka CFP
TOTAL is awarded a controlling interest via Deutsche Bank's stock in the Turkish Petroleum Company in Baghdad which was eventually renamed the Iraq Petroleum Company
The Iraq Petroleum Company was confiscated and nationalized by Saddam Hussein in 1990.
TOTAL Inc. is a true multi-national mega-corporation which operates in more than 130 countries and has over 110,000 employees.
Now the Avian Flu - Oil - China - US - WMD connection starts to get interesting.
Here's the Play: Oil to Drugs to Death
Two of TOTAL's prime, wholly-owned subsidiaries are the pharmaceutical giants Sanofi-Aventis, and Sanofi-Pasteur. Both are world-leaders in the development and testing of experimental vaccines, which are manufactured primarily in China. On March 23, 2005, NIH, through the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, announces the initiation of a program to develop a vaccine for Avian Flu, asserting that although there have only been less than a handfull of cases, Avian Flu poses a vast public health menace.
And it is clearly true that a weaponized virus does present a massive threat to public health. That's the whole point of weaponizing it, isn't it? For a look at Sanofi-Pasteur's plans for its profit (and perhaps your death). You can confirm their plans here:
But please come back when you finish reading. The information below is critically important to you.
As a side note, the Chinese factories of these two pharmacetuical mammoths are (unlike Sanofi-Pasteur's Swiftwater, PA, factory, according to dissidents such as Harry Wu, et. al.) staffed in part or entirely by poltical and other prisoners working under brutal slave labor conditions. China has a long history of Western Pharmaceutical manufacture, according to Wikipedia.
Bear in mind that most influenza strains and their hosts adapt to each other after roughtly two years, so that the same strain of flu no longer causes symptoms. Of course, once a strain has been weaponized, there is little reason to think that it will revert as natural strains do. It, or the vaccine it seems to legitimize, will go on killing and killing and killing. Or is the word "culling"?
To date, there have only been around 385 human cases identified worldwide (if those identifications are trustworthy, of course), with only 243 deaths. To put the absurdity of this effort into perspective, Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD), which researchers believe is heavily associated with aspartame consumption, is a leading cause of death which, according to the CDC, for example, killed 460,000 Americans in 1999 and the numbers keep rising ( but Aspartame is not under the gun. Instead, Avian Flu is.
To quote Dr. Ott, "There are 6.7 Billion humans on planet earth. This equates to a statistical infection rate of .000000004215 percent. In other words, statistically speaking, you are over 100,000 times more likely to be hit by lightning in your home than to contract the "Bird Flu."
Given the shockingly obvious lack of a real threat from an unweaponized H5N1 virus, how can we explain the Bush Administration spending billions of dollars preparing each of the 50 States for what it drums into us is the "inevitable Bird Flu pandemic" anticipated to kill half or more of all Americans and similar numbers of people around the globe?
Back to the Time Line
March 1997:
Zero confirmed "H5N1" human cases exist anywhere in the word
The U.S. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Ft. Detrick, Rockville, Maryland, the US research center for biological weaponry, commissions Dr. Jeffery Taubenberger to lead a research team to ISOLATE the 1918 Flu Virus' genetic code, the most lethal pathogen in history
Aug. 24, 1997:
Brevig, Alaska. Research Team member Johan Hultin sends well-preserved 1918 flu virus specimens (from a frozen body killed by the 1918 flu) to Dr. Taubenberger's lab in Maryland.
Days later, Taubenberger detects the genetic fragments for which he has been searching.
The 1918 virus' RNA-based gene fragments are analyzed by computer sequencing in order to reveal its complete genetic code. Even with a super-computer, this code sequencing will take years to complete.
October, 2003:
Taubenberger's team finally deciphers the deadly 1918 flu virus' entire genetic code - completing a 6 year project.
Taubenberger's colleague, R.G. Webster, publishes article in American Scientist Magazine declaring: "The world is teetering on the edge of a flu pandemic that could kill a large fraction of the human population".
October, 2004
Dmtry Lvov, head of the Russian Virology Institute declares that up to one billion people around the world could die during the next pandemic.
June, 2005:
At Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York (alleged to be Rockefeller controlled), Taubenberger,Peter Palese and Adolfo Garcia-Sastro create plasmids, or DNA rings, from the 1918 killer virus, permanently "stabilizing" its genetic material for use as a biological weapon
This is the final step in revitalizing the deadly pathogen but the press is told tit will only to be used as a "vaccination tool" - even though the disease is currently non-existent.
August, 2005:
Taugenberger's team inserts plasmids into human kidney cells which then transfers human DNA into the virus making it "human specific"
The 1918 virus, responsible for the death of millions around the world is now ready for use by humans
Sept. 9, 2005:
The UN in New York City issues a world-wide press release introducing David Nabarro as the "UN System Senior Coordinator for Avian, Human Influenza".
Sept. 29, 2005:
Nabarro issues an "Official U.N. Warning" that "an outbreak of 'avian influenza' would kill between 5 million and 150 million people on each continent."
Oct. 2005:
Pres. Bush's newly appointed secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS, the parent organization of both the CDC and the FDA), former Utah Governor Mike O. Leavitt, intensifies multibillion Pandemic Bird Flu preparations
Dec. 2005:
Bush solicits Congress for $7.1 Billion to fund "preparations" --- $3.3 billion is immediately allocated to Leavitt's HHS
January 24, 2006
Department of Homeland Security awards KBR, a Halliburton subsidiary, a $385 million contract for US detention centers
Jan. 2006:
Leavitt launches website - - on which he says: "Let me be clear. It is only a matter of time before we discover H5N1 in America. The migration patterns of the wild fowl that carry the virus makes it appearance here almost inevitable!"
China hosts the "International Pledging Conference on Avian and Human Influenza" in Beijing and is promised massive sums of money from the west --- Leavitt alone commits $334 million in funds to aid China's research into "vaccine development".
Leavitt has a long history of fostering Chinese trade activities as Utah's Governor
March 2006:
Breaking new ground, Leavitt's HHS allocates funds to a private television network to produce a "made-for-TV" movie about the "bird flu"
Leavitt jokes that he wants "the handsomest actor" to play his character
Leavitt declares on HHS website (exactly as John D. Rockefeller declared in 1916): "The best defense against influenza is VACCINATION."
Leavitt further declares: "The current U.S. capacity for manufacturing egg-based vaccines is not sufficient to supply our entire population. HHS is supporting research into [human kidney] cell-based vaccine manufacture of producing vaccine domestically
April, 2006:
HHS announces a $97 million contract for the development of cell-based flu vaccine.
Leavitt declares: "The FDA can use its Emergency Use Authorization authority to permit the use of unapproved products if there's a reasonable belief the products may be effective."
32 states pass laws which make resisting inocculation once ordered by the governor a felony.
These laws join Patriot Act I, II, BARDA, BIOSHIELD I, II in making drug treatment and innoculation mandatory once a Pandemic is called.
Unlimited quarantine without review is mandated under these laws for those who resist innoculation under Pandemic conditions.
Fully staffed, empty detention centers exist all over North America. The largest, in Alasks, is roumored to have a 2.5 million person capacity.
December, 2006
New York Times reports Gulf War Syndrome positively linked to vaccination of Veterans.
More than 100,000 vets contracted the syndrome during the 1991 Desert Storm Operation.
More than 20,000 vets have died to date from this syndrom believed to be triggered by squalene, a vaccine "adjuvant."
All modern vaccines contain squalene
April 17, 2007:
The Food and Drug Adminstration (FDA) branch of HHS utilizes its Emergency Use Authorization authority and awards a license to produce H5N1 "Bird Flu" vaccines to Sanofi-Pasteur.
FDA Bird Flu approval letter states: "We have approved your Biologics License Application (BLA) for Influenza Virus Vaccine, H5N1, effective this date. You are hereby authorized to introduce or deliver for introduction into interstate commerce, Influenza Virus Vaccine, H5N1, under your existing Department of Health and Human Services U.S. License No. 1725; however, we acknowledge your statement provided in your submission of April 5, 2007, that Sanofi Pasteur Inc. does not intend to license this product for commercial distribution, since it was produced under contract to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as part of national pandemic preparedness initiatives. Influenza Virus Vaccine, H5N1, is indicated for active immunization of persons 18 through 64 years of age at increased risk of exposure to the H5N1 influenza virus subtype contained in the vaccine."
Among the required post-market studies on this untested vaccine are;
Protocol submission: Study DMID 04-077: "A randomized, double-blinded, phase I/II, study of the safety, reactogenicity, and immunogenicity of intramuscular inactivated influenza A/H5N1 vaccine in healthy children aged 2 years through 9 years."
Final study report submission: September 30, 2008.Study DMID 04-076: "A randomized double-blinded, placebo-controlled, phase I/II, dose-ranging study of the safety, reactogenicity, and immunogenicity of intramuscular inactivated influenza A/H5N1 vaccine in healthy elderly adults."
Study DMID 05-0043: "Revaccination of healthy subjects with intramuscular inactivated subunit influenza A/Vietnam/1203/2004 (H5N1) vaccine representing a drifted variant.
"Study DMID 05-0090: "Evaluation of a booster dose of A/Vietnam/1203/04 (H5N1) vaccine administered at 6 months to healthy adult subjects after a two dose schedule at 0 and 1 month."
Study DMID 05-0129: "Open label evaluation of H5N1 vaccine at vaccine manufacturing facilities."
Study DMID 05-0130: "A single center, open label, phase I/II study of the safety and immunogenicity of two 90 µg doses of intramuscular inactivated influenza A/H5N1 vaccine in healthy adult subjects."
Nov. 26, 2007:
Leavitt's HHS orders 100 million H5N1 "vaccines [doses]" from Sanofi-Pasteur. Expected delivery date, August, 2008.
Sanofi-Pasteur issues a press release announcing their lucrative HHS contract (100 million vaccines @ $15 USD each) and declares that the cell-based vaccine will be mass produced in the company's CHINA facility - then shipped to Stillwater, PA for hypodermic syringe-friendly packaging.
Approval and contract have all been consumated in the absence of offical human testing.
Jan. 2008:
Covert 'human trials' of Sanofi-Pasteur H5N1 vaccine is conducted on 350 homeless vagrants in Poland.
According to London Telegraph ( and Examininer articles, this results in 21 "instant" deaths and over 200 severely incapacitated or hospitalized." Development and sales of H5N1 vaccine continues.
February 14, 2008
U.S. Air Force Gen. Gene Renuart, commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, and Canadian Air Force Lt.-Gen. Marc Dumais, commander of Canada Command, sign a Civil Assistance Plan that allows the military from one nation to support the armed forces of the other nation during a civil emergency.
"Our commands were created by our respective governments to respond to the defense and security challenges of the twenty-first century, and we both realize that these and other challenges are best met through cooperation between friends....
The plan facilitates the military-to-military support of civil authorities once government authorities have agreed on an appropriate response."
Avian Flu response is a part of NorthCom's mission, and according to Gen. Stubblebine's analysis, appears to be the primary element in its mission:
June 17, 2008
Dr. David Nabarro, UN Influenza Coordinator, welcomes a donation of 60 million doses of H5N1 Avian Flu vaccine by Sanofi-Pasteur.
This adds to the stockpile of a previous donation of 30 million doses by GlaxoSmithKline Dr. Nabarro said that good progress had been made but Avian Flu could still kill as many of 150 million people.
Avian Flu still entrenched in Viet Nam, Bangladesh, India, Egypt and India [sic] says Dr. Nabarro.
Outbreaks recorded in 60 more countries according to US Influenza Coordinator.
But the people who make vaccines are ethical and look out for our best interests don't they? The cold, hard fact is that vaccine makers are neither ethical nor concerned with health and longevity of their recipients. Remember: vaccination remains an uninurable risk: no parent, physician or pharmaceutical company can buy insurance against vaccine induced harm. The insurance industry refuses to accept the risk. That's why Congress created the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program that is funded by a special tax added to the cost of each vaccine shot: we pay to protect pharmaceutical company profits.
Vaccines can be used for a great deal more than just for what it says on the label. After all, faced with a syringe of fluid, who is to say exactly what is in there and what the intended, or unintended outcomes of being injected will be?
It takes a huge amount of faith to allow a hypodermic under your skin. That faith is, the Natural Solutions Foundation believes, without significant basis.
Shielded by the FDA, vaccine (and drug) manufacturers are immune from prosecution for wrong doing and continue to do wrong with horrifying impunity. That's even BEFORE the Avian Flu weaponization and subsequent vaccine development. A few examples out of many, many will sufficice:
April, 1930
Eli Lilly, makers of Thimerisol, inject the product into 22 people with meningitis who all die. Lilly publishes the "study", claiming that thimerisol, 50% mercury by weight, is safe.
World Health Organization (WHO) Bulletin No.47 refers to creation of an immune virus and suggests that a useful way to study the effects would be "to put it into a vaccination program and observe the results."
It is theorized that WHO used the smallpox vaccination program in Central Africa for this study, since the spread of HIV infection coincides precisely with the most intense and recent smallpox vaccination campaigns.
Information on the Central African countries most infected with HIV precisely matches WHO figures indicating the number of people vaccinated in these areas.
The virus requested would selectively destroy the T-cell system. (1972 Federation Proceedings of WHO).
Henry Kissenger writes a classified "National Security Study Memorandium 2000: Implications of worldwide population growth for U.S. security and overseas interest (NSSM 200)" which identifies India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Indonesia, Brazil, the Philippines, thailand, Egypt, Turkey, Ethiopia and Columbia as targets for initial population reduction.
The Philippine Supreme Court found that 3 million Philippinas between 12 and 45 years of age were given this vaccine.
Native American Woman and Black women in the US received this vaccine.
Sterility rates in Native American Women in the US is over 35%.
Sterility rates in Black Women in the US is over 25%.
December 1976
No epidemic of Swine flu surfaces despite rapid approval and respone to perceived threat following 1 death of a solder at Ft. Dix, NJ.
Swine Flu innoculation program shut down after risk of death and polio like syndrome from the vaccination is found to be almost 12 times greater in vaccinated than unvaccinated people. 5% of people afflicted die, 10% are crippled or maimed for life.
May 1987:
The Times of London reported on its front page that smallpox vaccine administered by the World Health organization had triggered HIV/AIDS.
100 Million vaccinated Africans are at risk.
Areas with highest vaccination rate show highest HIV/AIDS rates.
Robert Gallo, discoverer of the HIV/AIDS virus, defends those figures and says, "AIDS researchers will keep their mouths shut because they are paid to do so."
November 28, 2002
A rider tacked onto the end of the Homeland Security Bill confers immunity from liability prosecution on Eli Lilly and other manufacturers of vaccines. June 1990:
Court case reveals that babies in Los Angeles were used as human gunea pigs with a experimental measles vaccine called Edmonston Zagreb high titer measles vaccine (E-Z ). From 1989-1991, Kaiser Permanente and LA County Dep't of Health and CDC injected 700+ "mostly minority" babies with unlicnesed experimental vaccines with fraudulently-obtained parental consent.
E-Z is closely associated with increased death rate in infant girls in Sendgal, Guneau Bisseau, and Haiti before their second birthday.
Most of the families are not aware to date that their child was used as a human guinea pig.
March 19, 1992
Dr. David Heymann, head of the office of research for the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, and Harvard pathology professor William Haseltine refuse to discuss the possibility of AIDS transmission via vaccines.
Dr. Heymann states in a phone interview from Geneva, "The origin of the AIDS virus is of no importance to science today. Any speculation on how it arose is of no importance." Haseltine is even more adamant. "It's distracting, it's nonproductive, it's confusing to the public, and I think it's grossly misleading in terms of getting to the solution of the problem. It's over, it's done with, it's very, very, very unlikely it happened that way, and it's another nonsense article. It's the worst kind of reporting as far as I'm concerned."
World Health Organization (WHO)Uses Vaccines to Make Women Sterile1972:
WHO begins its "Special Programme" in human reproduction with programs for both male fertility control through vaccines and female fertility control
WHO Vaccines for smallpox and tetanus are laced with female reproductive hormones to induce permanent sterility to "eliminate 150 million excess Sub-Saharan Africans" according to WHO documents.
July, 1989
After years of denial, a scientific paper demonstrates conclusively that WHO tetanus vaccines used in the Philipines contained female reproductive hormones, inducing permanent sterility without consent or knowledge of the women treated.
Tetanus toxoid is linked to the human reproducitve hormone to overcome immunological tolerance to the hormone and prod the body of the woman into producing antibodies to her own reproductive hormones.
Women between the ages of 12 and 45 are targeted for a 5 injection series of "tetanus" shots.
Boys, men, children and older women are not given the shots.
Tetanus ordinarily requires a single booster every 10 years.
The 5 shot tetanus protocol is used with vaccines which contained female reproductive hormones to render the women of Tanzania, Nigeria, Nicaragua, Mexico and other countries infertile
Oxford University Press publishes article titled "Bypass by an alternate carrier of acquired unresponsiveness to hCG upon repeated immuniztions with tetanus-conjugate vaccine' confirming method of inducing sterility requires multiple vaccinations.
WHO committes more than $356 million on "reproductive health" research.
Funding for abortificant (abortion producing) vaccine comes from many sources.
$90+ million contributed by Sweden
$52+ million contributed by Great Britain
$41 million contributed by Norway
$27 million contributed by Denmark
$12 million contributed by Germany
$5.7 million contributed by US
$61 million contributed by UNFPA
$15.5 million contributed by World Bank
$2.5 million contributed by Rockefeller Foundation
$1+ million contributed by Ford Foundation
$716.5 thousand contributed by IDRC (International Research and Development Centre of Canada)
April 2000
Observer Newspaper rerports Glaxo, Pfizer, Squibb and Genentec experimented on children at Incarnation Children's Center, NY.
Incarnation Children's Center is run by Columbia University which was paid to experiment on children, mostly wards of the state minority children.
Babies as young as 6 months were injected with double doses of experimental measles vaccine.
Children as young as 4 were given multi-drug cocktails.
More than 100 orphans and babies were used in 36 experiments.
March 2008
Haruna Kaita, a pharamceutical scientists and head of a Nigerian Universtiy analysed the latest WHO vaccine in Indian labs.
Sterility agents were among the contaminants found in the samples.
According to the local population of the Akha, a Thai hill tribe, pregnant women are forced to receive the vaccine in order to get ID cards for their children.
Violent still births and miscarriages result.
I Told You It Was A Long Story, But One You Needed to Hear. Now What Can You Do To Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones?
First of all, remember that you have an immune system. Back at the beginning of this article I told you that viruses (and bacteria, for that matter), do not make you sick if you are equipped with a healthy immune system and you are non toxic. That means change your eating habits TODAY. The intake of refined sugar, pesticides, flouridated water and toothpastes, etc., artificial colors, flavors and preservatives and genetically modified foods (found in everything that does not explictly say "Certified Organic") all depress your immune system. Buy "Organic", wild crafted, food that is locally grown by people you know (and don't assume that just because a field is nearby, the food is not sprayed or genetically modified or both). ASK! So Step One is to alter your diet and make eating for life, not for the moment, your number one food priority. Please, take this seriously. Step Two is to harvest and cultivate information. When the Pandemic is about to be released (and, God willing, it will never be), there will be increased propaganda rumblings to "prepare" you to submit to the schemes for control and innoculation. Stay in touch with your local community advanced health care advocates (including NSF local organizers, alternative practitioners, health store and food co-ops, etc)... keep your eyes and ears opened and let us know if you come across any information that may help us all. The Natural Solutions Foundation gets information from all over the world. Our friends are inside of corporations and outside of them, inside of governments and outside of them, inside of news media and outside of them. We hear things early and we WILL let you know what we are hearing as soon as we hear it.That means that you need to open our emails when you get them and at least skim them. It also means that you should share the fact that there are free Health Freedom eAlerts for which other people need to be watching, as well. They need to be on the list so they can have early warning as well. Send everyone you know this link,,
and ask them to join the free distribution list. It's very good insurance: it costs nothing but can save lives. There are two other lists you need to join to stay informed and empowered. The first is our powerful and vibrant No-Forced-Vaccines Yahoo Forum at
The second list is about GM "foods". Check out Natural Solutions Foundation's Trustee Ralph Fucetola's most recent blog on the topic,
Organic foods may be expensive: cancer is a lot more expensive. So is forced sterility. So are lethal allergies.
Since Genetically Modified "food" is so omnipresent in the food supply and so very dangerous, find out what you can do about it, and how to avoid it, by joining the Natural Solutions Foundation No GMO Yahoo!Group:
Step Three is to develop your "exit strategy." Once the Pandemic drums start beating, it is time to get out of the US until the insanity is past. Where to go? That is a matter of personal decision. If you do not have a passport, you cannot go anywhere. Get one.
If you do not have a plan, you will not go anywhere. Make one.
Come visit us in Panama, for example, in the lovely Valley of the Moon. Go to some place sane and stay there with your kids while this insanity swirls around. No one knows what the vaccines will contain or what they will do. If you want to play roulette with the intent of the vaccine makers, that is your choice. I have my passport to hand and I will use it. I hope you will, too. The Valley of the Moon: Step Four: keep up to date with the Advanced Health Care options that could save your life. Research the potential value of natural remedies such as grapefruit seed extract, colloidal or ionic silver, or immune system boosters like Echinacea. Check our and for some good choices. More will be posted as we continue to enhance these member services.What's Step Five? To keep us empowered to bring you the information and the iveoptions that empower you. That means donating to the Natural Solutions Foundation. Even if you have given before, please give again. Your donations are fully tax deductible. Click here, now, to make your generous recurring donation (
If you have not given, now would be a good time to do that. Recurring donations of any amount entitle you to membership in the new Health Freedom Heroes Forum along with our local organizers and key advocates. Wouldn't you like to be part of that group?
Every penny donated to the Foundation goes toward our work. General Bert and I receive not a single cent in payment for the work we do. We do it because we know that it is vitally important and that no one else besides the Natural Solutions Foundation is doing it! We, all of us together, are the single most effective, and largest Health Freedom organization in the world. Thank you for making that possible! We brought this important Health Freedom Intelligence Report to you so you can be aware of the threats to your health and freedom... and being forewarned is, we trust, being forearmed! And please have Hope; the threats are real, but the solutions are natural...
Yours in health and freedom, Dr. Rima Rima E. Laibow, MDMedical Director Natural Solutions Foundation
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