The poison ricin has been found inside a locker at the Gare de Lyon railway station in Paris. Ricin, a toxin found in castor beans, is 6,000 times more powerful than cyanide and can be ingested or inhaled. Officials say there were “two vials with a powder, a bottle filled with a liquid and two smaller bottles also containing a liquid” in the locker. The powder turned out to be iron perchloride, which is used for explosives, and there was also a small bottle of cyanide. French police had been watching the locker where the ricin was found, and hoped to arrest the terrorist when he came back to open it, but no one arrived.
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There are conflicting reports about whether we hit Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in an early bombing attack on his house. One intelligence report says he was injured and is no longer functioning as commander of the government or the war. U.S. intelligence sources say they have not detected any communications from him since Wednesday. “The last thing a leader like Saddam Hussein wants to show is that he is incommunicado and no longer in control,” one of them says. “But that is exactly what has happened over the last 36 hours. He has not shown any signs of life.” One report says he was seen being taken out of his Baghdad home on a stretcher, with an oxygen mask over his face, after his house was struck by cruise missiles on more

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As bombers began taking off from aircraft carriers, from bases in Kuwait and elsewhere, and B-52s that started from England hours ago began to arrive over Iraq, the Pentagon announced that ‘Shock and Awe’ had begun. But did you know that this phrase has potent occult meaning?

According to leading mythologist William Henry, Shock and Awe relates to the ancient Hebrew phrase Shak-In-Ah, meaning glory. Among ancient mystics, Shak-In-Ah was known as the power of the Ark of the Covenant.

Now, whether consciously or in response to unspoken inner kowledge, the Pentagon has named its overwhelming assault after this legendary power.
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Maybe all we can do is pray.God said, “Thou Shalt Not Kill.” There have never been any amendments. Christ admonished us to turn the other cheek. But we do not know how to solve our problems without deadly conflict. Let us pray that this war will be mercifully short and bloodless. The Prayer Group?s current intention is to pray that the war with Iraq may kill few and end fast. Join us.

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