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Kim Kardashian has had plenty of cosmetic surgery, that's for sure.  See below to compare her in 1994 to how she looks in 2015.  There is something familiar about her today, yet where could it be from?  Kim's new face is quite feline in its "beauty," a new grace, you could call it, that wasn't present in her more natural-looking face of the past.  So then it hit me -- the female character from the animated movie Avatar!  Neytiri was her name; she had a long tail and pointy ears.  Below is Kim's journey to the ravishing beauty she is today ...


Kim Kardashian little girl
Young Kim Kardashian 1994
Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian 2015
Neytiri from Avatar movie


They look nice if you're in your 20s and just starting out in life, but to give up your private home and back yard and be moved into one of these will be a big shock to most Americans.  The idea is to have everyone living near work, near high-speed rail lines, near or above mega-stores (e.g. Whole Foods) in condensed "downtowns."  You will see the fancy train station (this design going in everywhere), the leasing signs for the new loft apartments, and plans are to build huge "luxury units" (hundreds of apartments per building) whether these are filled or not.  It's all part of our future: Buzzwords of the Agenda are "centers" where large numbers of people can shop, gather for a concert or recreate, "garden walks" (no more cars, only bikes), and "leasing" (not selling) living spaces. Here's a video from grindall61's excellent Agenda 21 YouTube channel:



We complain about doctors not giving us proper care these days, but this is a look into their lives.  At the turn of the last century, America embraced a system of allopathic health care tied to chemical companies (to sell their patented chemical drugs ... see Ty Bollinger's Episode 1 video below).  Medical doctors are trained to rely on diagnostic machines and prescribe these drugs.  The human desire to "help people" is effectively wiped out by this training, involving strenuous rotations and sleep deprivation, which impairs cognitive function (reasoning, for instance) and thus reverts the brain to rote memorization ("what you do when this happens") taught by "the handbook."  See this video and watch more videos here.



Properly known as auditory transduction, the process of receiving sound waves and converting them into electrical impulses that go to the brain is called hearing.  Watching this video, you may be sorry you went to deafening rock concerts!  Here you can watch the eardrum vibrating with the ossicles (tiny bones) behind it, transferring the vibrations to the bony labyrinth called the cochlea, where they are processed into nerve impulses by the organ of Corti's specialized hair cells. These nerve impulses move the basilar membrane in what is known as tonotopic organization, and all this becomes our auditory perception of what is happening around us. 



Ty Bollinger (TheTruthAboutCancer.com) has made a 9-part documentary series on the farce of "medical" cancer treatment.  Episode 1 and 2 are free on YouTube; if you want the entire series, get the DVDs from his website!  Chemotherapy was developed from WW1 mustard gas, and the chemicals in it are among the most deadly known to man.  There is LOTS of information in this series, which is based on 100 interviews from healers around the world who have successfully treated people for this exploding energy-deficiency condition.