This journal entry is going to confuse people who see good and evil in terms of black and white, and who think that I am either a “believer” that the visitors are good or a “believer” that they are bad. I am not a believer, I’m a dancer, in the sense meant in the Tarot. Those of you who have not read my book the Path may not understand what I mean, but read below. At the end of this journal entry, I have included the material from the Path about the Dancer.
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We don?t know where this originated, but it’s too good not to share. If you want to stay healthy, check out these rules. You?ll be surprised to find that you?re already following a lot of them.

1.Grill a steak. You may think it’s bad for your heart, but you’d be wrong. Beef contains immunity-boosting selenium as well as homocysteine-lowering B vitamins. And up to 50 percent of the fat is the heart-healthy monounsaturated variety.
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When it comes to the Visitors, Whitley says it’s later than we think. He says we need to act fast so as not to become victims and to be “able to use contact and close encounter for growth and as a source of knowledge of self and universe?If we are to continue to live free, it must be.”

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An ex-Army officer in Florida is using secret Soviet technology to create fake diamonds that are indistinguishable from “real” ones. Soon we’ll all be able to afford to wear masses of them?but when it’s no longer a status symbol, will we still want to?

Joshua Davis writes in Wired Magazine about Carter Clarke, who runs Gemesis in Sarasota, Florida, where he grows diamonds in a warehouse using Russian-designed machines. Diamond dealer Aron Weingarten of Antwerp, Belgium says, “Unless they can be detected, these stones will bankrupt the industry.”
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