Saturday, December 18, 2021

“The Lost Sons of the Anunnaki”: Melanesian tribe DNA Genes of Unknown Species

On October 20, the American Society of Human Genetics held its annual meeting, and the conclusions they reached can easily be described as astonishing. The data they collected shows that people in Melanesia (an area in the South Pacific that surrounds Papua New Guinea and its neighboring islands) may be carrying some unknown genes in their DNA. Geneticists believe that unrecognized DNA belongs to a previously unknown species of humanoids.

According to Ryan Bohlender, one of the researchers involved in the study, the species is not Neanderthal or Denisovan, but something different. “We are losing a population, or we are misinterpreting something about relationships,” he said.

Denisovans represent an extinct species belonging to the hominid genus. They were named after the discovery in the cave of Denisova in the Siberian mountains of Altai, where the first fragment of the bone that belonged to this species was found. Little is known about this enigmatic cousin of ours. About the people of Melanesia is not known much for the moment.

“Human history is much more complicated than we thought,” Bohlender said.
Oh yes, it is. But piece by piece, the complex past of humanity is brought to light. And discoveries like this seem to point in one direction: we could not be who we think we are. Here’s a quote from the study that I think you’ll appreciate:

“With assumptions about population size and the most recent dates of population separation taken from literature, we estimate the date of archaic-modern separation at ~ 440,000 ± 300 years ago for all modern human populations.”

If that number does not ring any bell, reiterate the Anunnaki hypothesis. According to the history of Genesis, the twelfth planet, known as Nibiru, was populated by humanoids very similar to us humans. After they encountered a severe problem in the atmosphere, they went on a quest through the solar system to find gold, a unique metal that could heal their planet.

When Nibiru approached Earth’s orbit, approximately 432,000 years before Christ, the Nibiruans used spacecraft to send people and essential goods from their planet to Earth. After reaching the surface, the advanced beings established bases in ancient Mesopotamia.

Many believe that this is the true season of the creation of humanity – within the laboratories of the Anunnaki geneticists. And this recent study confirms this hypothesis almost daily. It offers a vision that could answer one of our oldest and most important questions: Who are we?

To obtain the irrefutable solution to this secular enigma, we must dig deeply where no one has explored before. But this is harder to say than to do. Another way to do this would be to analyze the hidden microscopic records inside each of us. The Anunnaki knew that their DNA was the key to the engineering of the ideal slave. In our endless search for our true lineage, we must do the same as human beings.

In a recent effort, another group of scientists came to a similar conclusion. Led by evolutionary geneticist Eske Willerslev of the Natural History Museum in Denmark, scientists examined DNA samples taken from 83 aboriginal Australians. They also tested 25 participants from native highland populations of Papua New Guinea. To their surprise, the researchers discovered exotic DNA, similar to Denisovan in the genomes of study volunteers. Keep in mind. The researchers only called it identical to the Denisovan. Still, the group that ceded their genes to the participants’ ancestors is entirely unknown. “Who this group is, we do not know,” Willerslev said. Neither do we, but a particular crowd comes to mind.

No debe sorprender que tales descubrimientos se hagan siempre cuando se estudia el genoma de poblaciones remotas. Con el tiempo, estos grupos aislados tuvieron poco contacto con el mundo exterior. Vivían y procreaban dentro de comunidades cerradas y esto se refleja en su genoma. Cuanto más rica y diversa sea su ascendencia, menos probable es que los genes particulares permanezcan sin cambios. En el caso de los aborígenes australianos y melanesios, el aislamiento significa que menos genes fueron alterados a lo largo de su existencia.

It is not difficult to imagine this alternative version of our past. The Anunnaki come to Earth, play God, and create humanity. Chief scientist Enqi and chief medical officer Ninti use genetic manipulation and in vitro fertilization to create human beings in their image. They use society to serve their purposes, and when it suits them, they dispense destruction in the form of a flood of Biblical Proportions. Some chosen human beings are protected by a faction of the Anunnaki who decided to go against the protocol. They survive and spread in every corner of the globe. Thousands of generations pass, and the genomes of those who “socialize” more mingle beyond recognition. But in some places, the flame of the creators still burns.



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Thursday, December 16, 2021


It is wisdom from the wise, we need and must pay attention to that will and can save us from desolation and destruction.

By Chris Odory (15/12/2021)

A mouse looked through a crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife opening a package; what food might it contain? 

He was aghast to discover that it was a mouse trap! 

Retreating to the farmyard, the mouse proclaimed the warning, There is a mouse trap in the house, there is a mouse trap in the house. 

The chicken clucked and scratched, raised her head and said, Mr. Mouse, I can tell you this is a grave concern to you, but it is of no consequence to me; I cannot be bothered by it. 

The mouse turned to the pig and told him, There is a mouse trap in the house. 

I am so very sorry Mr. Mouse, sympathized the pig, but there is nothing I can do about it but pray; be assured that you are in my prayers. 

The mouse turned to the cow, who replied, Like wow, Mr. Mouse, a mouse trap; am I in grave danger, Duh? 

So the mouse returned to the house, head down and dejected to face the farmer’s mouse trap alone. 

That very night a sound was heard throughout the house, like the sound of a mouse trap catching its prey. The farmer’s wife rushed to see what was caught. 

In the darkness, she did not see that it was a venomous snake whose tail the trap had caught. 

The snake bit the farmer’s wife. 

The farmer rushed her to the hospital. 

She returned home with a fever. Now everyone knows you treat a fever with fresh chicken soup, so the farmer took his hatchet to the farmyard for the soup’s main ingredient. 

His wife’s sickness continued so that friends and neighbors came to sit with her around the clock. To feed them, the farmer butchered the pig. 

The farmer’s wife did not get well, in fact, she died, and so many people came for her funeral the farmer had the cow slaughtered to provide meat for all of them to eat. 

So the next time you hear that someone is facing a problem and think that it does not does not concern you, remember that when the least of us is threatened, we are all at risk.

Remember when Paga Hill.
Remember when ATS
Remember when 14 Mile
Now Garden Hills- whose next?
Bushwara? 2 Mile Hill? Burns Peak?


(1) Yewo mee keike, beu gaa kaadadiyaa mee. Dobiyo gaa kamuniyaa mee. Waka kawegayaa mee. Yege kawudayaa mee. Yokatoo enaimo ayayaa mee. Beu gaa ide katiyaa yamee/yagamoo. Enaida peuda kaabokayaa mee. Poyamee epa naadouno ko kaatimeniyaa mee.

(2) Aki iboo kiyakee meyaa bagee keike, duu nai-nai, pii nai-nai. Duu noyake, pii noyake ko, kayaikiyakee uwiinee bagee.

(3) Peu mee kiyakee naa, daba mee kiyakee naa, gaga gaa enaimo yegee kaatiyaa mee kiitoo maa, peu mana epa okaitiga kauwiiyaa mee kiitoo maa, yape gaa okaitiga kabokayaa mee kiitoo maa.

(4) Be akagaa tiyakee naa, ikii uguwoo, ikii kenekaa too maa. Ide tanii, gaidai enaimoo. Gagaa tanii, yege enaimoo.

(5) Enaa mee keike okeiya bage, akiya bagee ko beu. Totowi bagee keikee okeiya agiyo boonai-boonai kayaikiyakee uwiinee bagee.

(6) Okeiya bekagatouyogoo naa, akiya ipa egai. Wagiida woo dakii titouyo ko, okei kede akaato egogaitai kaa.

(7) Umii tou kouko, enaa naa mei, peu naa mei. Koyokaa dimi kegepa kaa doowane teewoo, witokee woo titou.

Terjemahan dalam Bahasa Indonesia:


(1) Orang yang hebat itu, orang yang mengasihi dan menolongmu saat kau tidak punya apa-apa. Orang yang memeliharamu saat kau yatim piatu. Orang yang membayar mas kawinmu saat kau kawin. Orang yang mengusap air matamu saat kau menangis karena susah dan menderita. Orang yang hidup bersamamu sejak kecil/teman masa kecil hingga dewasa. Lelaki/wanita yang mencintaimu saat kau tidak punya apa-apa. Orang yang siap berjuang dan berkorban bersamamu dalam kondisi apapun. Orang yang selalu mendoakanmu agar Tuhan sentantiasa mengasihimu.

(2) Orang yang datang kepadamu ketika kau sukses dan bahagia adalah mereka yang datang hanya untuk mengisap madu. Setelah itu mereka akan pergi meninggalkanmu.

(3) Sekalipun jelek dan sekalipun miskin, orang yang hebat itu mereka yang menangis bersamamu saat kau susah dan menderita, mereka yang menghadapi masalah bersamamu saat kau bermasalah, dan mereka yang berjuang dan berkorban bersamamu saat kau berperang.

(4) Sekalipun saling membenci dan bermusuhan, kekeluargaan dan persaudaraanmu sajalah yang abadi. Menari bersama saat senang dan bahagia. Menangis bersama saat susah dan menderita.

(5) Orang hebat itu milik orang lain, bukan milikmu. Orang kaya akan lari darimu untuk menyelamatkan kekayaannya.

(6) Sekalipun orang membenci dan memusuhimu, kau harus mengasihi mereka. Pada waktunya nanti mereka akan merasa malu sendiri.

(7) Dalam hidup, baik dan buruk datang silih berganti. Karena itu, hadapilah semuanya, gunakanlah akal dan perasaan untuk memilihnya dan menyelesaikannya.


Monday, December 06, 2021

Indigenous people, ILO Tribal People's Rights

The ILO was the first modern international organisation to sense the imporatnce of rights of indigenous peolle. Its Convention 107, ‘Concerning the Protection of Indegenous and Other Tribal and Semi – Tribal Populations in Independent Countries’ was adopted in 1957 with protective purpose, befitting post – colonial times. Self – determination as indegenous was to be regarded as fundamental. Convention 169 provides more more rights – based approach, and with the cooperation of FAO, UNESCO, and WHO.
Indegenous people, it stated, had the right to choose their own development priorities, with prior and informed consent. The criteria for indegeneity were said to include descent from people who occupied a country or region before conquest or colonisation, and retention of those people’s customs and institutions.
Indonesia is way off the mark on all of the above counts. The genocide and ‘slow – motion genocide together come on the back of the OTSUS and UP4B accelerated development reform packages it is pushing in occupied West Papua which gives a complete picture of its ability to meet its international obligations as a member of international society since 1949 when the Dutch granted it sovereign status after 5 years of a quasi - state status after the end of the Second World War. This would amount to a crime against humanity. Read on:

Wednesday, December 01, 2021

What is Fear and How to Handle it?

Fear is the root cause of poor communication and leads to destruction. In places like PNG, not being able to communicate and resolve differences can lead to a tribal fight. A tribal fight is likely to lead to loss of life and property.

According to Anthony Robbins, the beliefs that underlie fear are:
1. I'm not good enough
2. I don't belong
3. I'm not loved

The challenge is, we are not aware of these beliefs so many of us act out in violence within an instant. 

Many people don't know that they are worthy, loved or belong so when they experiences fear, they fight, take flight or freeze.

If we have positive image about ourselves ( instead of looking down upon ourselves), that positivity would solve many issues.

Why don't each of us value life and ourselves in first instance? Only then can we communicate more effectively and there would be far less destruction. 

Who and what are you destroying with your poor communication simply because you don't accept, love and trust yourself?

When will you start loving and accepting yourself?


Saturday, October 02, 2021

Apollo 11, 9/11 Twins Tower attack and coronavirus: real or fake?

Apollo 11, went to moon in 1969 was said to be a hoax, it's been over 50 years since, the US has not attempted another trip, it plays into the hoax theory, that if they really did go to the moon and landed, why hasn't the USA prompted another trip in the last 50 years?

Now they are saying the 9/11 is a hoax, it's narrative anyway, that it was not Osama Bin Laden who masterminded the catastrophic destruction of the most iconic, indestructive, seemingly a formidable building, and furthermore they are also saying that the impact of the two planes crashing into the Twin Towers, and the extreme heat from the planes burning Aviation fuel could not have burnt the Twin Towers into rubble and ashes like did it, but instead say the Twins Towers building was destroyed by demolition bombs placed there by the new owners of the building who had apparently purchased it a few months before. 

They bought these building that was built with asbestos and were horrified to learn that if they attempted to remove the asbestos, it would cost as much as the purchase price. 

The State building or the Twin Towers was purchased for a little over $US 4 Billion. It was easier to burn and destroy it and collect the insurance. The owners reportedly collected about $US 7 billion in insurance payment.

It was also said that Iraq and Saddam Hussein was building nuclear warheads. The US Government compiled a dossier of evidence to suggest that Iraq was building nuclear warheads and Saddam Hussein needed to be stopped. The US, Iraqi war commenced and the US government destroyed, Saddam Hussein got him killed, his family scattered and killed, his wealth and status destroyed. 

It is said the destruction of Iraq and Saddam Hussein was based on a hoax and fake and false allegation because the US just wanted the control of oil and it's price on the market.

So here we you think Covid 19 is hoax?

One thing is for certain, firstly the initial narrative of the vaccination and vaccines, was said to prevent the dreaded disease and to stop death from occurring as a result of Covid 19.

Now they are saying it is to prevent people who contract the dreaded disease, from getting seriously ill, and avoid being placed in ICU, because apparently, you can still get Covid 19 even if are vaccinated, and the next reason is to say, it is to prevent acute suffering and pain from Covid 19.

They said Covid 19 will indiscriminately kill thousands of people on the hour every hour and you would need a million body bags to put the corpes and dead bodies, and dig mass graves to bury them.

Is it a hoax? Is Covid 19 the greatest con job, the biggest hoax ever, and easily the worlds gigantic lie ever told in the modern history of mankind?

Dr Bullshit Artist
The Okari Tree crystal ball

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Are you normally sleeping on your right or on your left side?

Have you noticed that sleeping on the left side makes you rest better, and sleeping on the right side deteriorates your sleep quality?

The thing is: the stomach is the key.

Some people think that sleeping on the left side makes pressure on the heart: that’s not true.

What is really important is the position and the direction of your stomach while you are sleeping.

When you lie on the right side your stomach gets reversed and your intestines are accumulating more gas. The condition of our digestive system is crucial for our sleep quality.

And the sleep quality equals to longevity. Deep sleep and good rest at the top of Taoist anti-aging secrets’ list.

Monday, September 06, 2021

Happy Father's day Chief Okuk

Happy Father's day Chief, I wish you were here so I can say that to you face to face😞

You left us on the 14th of November 1986 exactly 35 years have pasted, thats 1825 weeks or 12775 days ago, and going on 18396000 minutes and counting, since we last spoke on your death bed...😞

At 9 and 10 years of age Carl and I did not really grasp the reality of what our family was experiencing, but we lived through it and it's history now.

We have grown into men listening to all the stories of your political exploits and patriotism. We understood many years after you had passed away why you were hardly at home. Today we spend more time with our kids because of that FYI.

You have left big shoes to fill...and we know we will never fill them... but that won't stop us from making an attempt come 2022.


Sunday, September 05, 2021


Australian Funded Advisors controlling PNG Government
By: Lori Otto

Carolyn Blacklock and her current police investigation by Special Police Forensic Criminal Investigation Team (SPFCIT) has brought into surface a very disturbing reality. The reality that the Australian Government are funding and placing advisors in every strategic and critical business and Government of Papua New Guinea.

Blacklock arrest is a result of these Special Advisors fighting amongst themselves to maintain control and keep their highly paid allowances by the Australian Government ensuring that they are still needed in Papua New Guinea.

The startling realization is that some prominent Papua New Guineans are amongst those special advisors and their loyalty is to Australia then Papua New Guinea. These Papua New Guineans enjoy the same perks and privileges that those expatriate advisors and collude together to control the Independent Government of Papua New Guinea behind the shadows of Boardrooms.

Here are some highly placed Australian PAID advisors:

1. Mr. Chey Scovell (Oz paid advisor to Charles Abel while also paid Director of PPL and at the same time, employed full time as Executive Director of PNG Manufactures Council and in 2020/21 winner of a non-tendered contract via his company Sapience Ltd, to establish the PNG Labour Mobility Unit at Treasurer Ling-Stuckey’s office 
2. Mr. Anu Zhadav (Oz paid advisor to Sam Basil)
3. Mr. Christopher Hawkins (sacked by O’Neill and now Oz advisor to David Manning. Drives around in a Z plated Police Vehicle)
4. Dr. Chakriya Bowman (ex Economic diplomatic of DFAT, now paid advisor to PNG Market Development Facility (Oz project) and also business owner of Bowman Consulting Ltd and Director and Consultant to Chey Scovell’s company Sapience Ltd)
5. Ms. Carolyn Blacklock (former PNG Power MD)
6. Professor. David Kavanamur (Oz paid advisor to PM Marape; paid Chair of KCH and paid board member of Numbawan Super and cocoa trader)
7. Colonel Kisokau Powesau (Director of Paladin, Oz paid advisor to the PNG Defence Commander)
8. Ms. Dulciana Somare-Brash (full time Oz paid advisor to Sam Basil while fulltime advisor to Bulolu Development Corporation via company Dev Com Pacific Ltd and advisor and member of United Labour Party)
9. Mr Troy Stubbings (Oz paid advisor to the Bougainville Partnership while also advising and consulting to various other firms through his company Stryke Ltd)
10. Rabbie Namalie Jr (Director of BSP Life, Head of Investment for PacWeath Capital, Frontier Equity). Placed in KCH as advisor to KCH and William Duma

These highly placed Australian PAID advisors get paid AUD$21,400 tax-free monthly, paid housing allowance, phone and vehicle allowance just to provide Australian friendly advisers to PNG Government politicians and officials.

Sadly, it seems Blacklock one of the few to do good and serve Papua New Guineans, is the victim of a PNG Political witch hunt and caught between the crossfire of these infighting advisors.

More reports on these advisors to follow in next article

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Five Keys to Sucxess, No Shortcuts

There is no secret formula to success. There are no short cuts. 

1. Dream it in your mind. See it in 3D
2. Feel the emotions associated with that goal. 
3. Focus on the goal like a laser
4. Move towards that goal every minute, hour and day. 
5. Work consistently.

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Science: Interoception: the hidden sense that shapes wellbeing

There’s growing evidence that signals sent from our internal organs to the brain play a major role in regulating emotions and fending off anxiety and depression

David Robson
Sun 15 Aug 2021 03.00 EDT
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If you’re sitting in a safe and comfortable position, close your eyes and try to feel your heart beating in your chest. Can you, without moving your hands to take your pulse, feel each movement and count its rhythm? Or do you struggle to detect anything at all? This simple test is just one way to assess your “interoception” – your brain’s perception of your body’s state, transmitted from receptors on all your internal organs.

Interoception may be less well known than the “outward facing” senses such as sight, hearing, taste, touch and smell, but it has enormous consequences for your wellbeing. Scientists have shown that our sensitivity to interoceptive signals can determine our capacity to regulate our emotions, and our subsequent susceptibility to mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.

It is now one of the fastest moving areas in neuroscience and psychology, with academic conferences devoted to the subject and a wealth of new papers emerging every month. “We are seeing an exponential growth in interoceptive research,” says Prof Manos Tsakiris, a psychologist at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Importantly, these findings include promising new ways for you to “tune in” to the body and alter your perception of its interoceptive signals – techniques that may help treat a host of mental health problems. It is only by listening to the heart, it seems, that we can take better care of the mind.

The origin of emotion
First, some definitions. Interoception includes all the signals from your internal organs, including your cardiovascular system, your lungs, your gut, your bladder and your kidneys. “There’s a constant communication dialogue between the brain and the viscera,” says Tsakiris.

Much of the processing of these signals takes place below conscious awareness: you won’t be aware of the automatic feedback between brain and body that helps to keep your blood pressure level, for instance, or the signals that help to stabilise your blood sugar levels. But many of these sensations – such as tension in your muscles, the clenching of your stomach, or the beating of your heart – should be available to the conscious mind, at least some of the time. And the ways you read and interpret those feelings will have important consequences for your wellbeing.

Manos Tsakiris.
‘There’s a constant dialogue between the brain and the viscera’: Manos Tsakiris. Photograph: The NOMIS Foundation/YouTube
“Researchers and clinicians are recognising interoception as a key mechanism to mental and physical health, where understanding our body’s signals helps us understand and regulate emotional and physical states,” says Dr Helen Weng at the University of California San Francisco.

This idea stems from the pioneering work of Prof Antonio Damasio at the University of Southern California in the 1990s. He proposed that emotional events begin with non-conscious changes in bodily states, called “somatic markers”: when you see an angry dog, for instance, and your muscles tense or your heart begins to race. This physiological reaction occurs before you are even aware of the emotion, and it is only when the brain detects the alteration to the body’s internal state, through interoception, that we actually experience the feeling and allow it to shape our behaviour. Without the back-and-forth between the brain and the body, the feelings of happiness, sadness or excitement wouldn’t exist.

 Interoception lies behind our sense of intuition – when something feels “right” or “wrong” without an explanation
As evidence, Damasio described the decision making of patients suffering damage to areas such as the ventromedial prefrontal cortex, which disrupted the creation of those unconscious bodily reactions. If they saw a photo of a horrific car crash, for example, they did not have the slightest physiological response – and this was accompanied by a lack of any emotional feeling either. They reported knowing that they should feel shocked or disgusted, but they didn’t actually experience the feelings. Importantly, the impaired interoception and emotional awareness also disrupted their decision making, meaning that they struggled to cope with the simplest choices, such as what meal to pick on a dinner menu. This suggests that our interoception lies behind our sense of intuition, when something just feels “right” or “wrong” without us being able to explain why.

We now know that many other people – without any kind of brain damage – struggle to tune in to their interoceptive signals, and this can be measured through various exercises. You can ask subjects to count their heartbeat over a minute, for example, and then compare that with the actual reading. Or you can play recordings of a regular beat, and ask the participants to say whether it is in sync with their own heart or not. You can also measure interoceptive awareness with questionnaires that ask people how often they notice their body’s signals.

In each case, individuals show a spectrum of responses, which seem to be related to their ability to recognise and regulate their emotions. It makes sense: if you are more adept at accurately detecting your bodily signals, you will be able to form more nuanced interpretations of your feelings about a situation, and this in turn should help you to make wiser choices about the best ways to respond.

Such processes may play an important role in many mental illnesses. A large subgroup of people with depression, for example, often show poorer interoceptive awareness on the heartbeat detection tasks, and, for these patients, the reduced ability to feel their bodily signals may lie behind their sense of lethargy and emotional numbness – the sense that they can “feel nothing” at all.

People with anxiety, in contrast, do report being attentive to their interoceptive signals – but they don’t necessarily read them accurately. They may misinterpret a small change in heart rate as being much bigger than it really is, for example, which can lead them to “catastrophise” their feelings and amplify their sense of panic.

Prof Hugo Critchley at Brighton and Sussex Medical School points out that poor interoceptive awareness can also lead to the sense of “depersonalisation” and dissociation, which are early symptoms of psychosis and may be a precursor of their delusions. Interoception helps us to form our most basic sense of self, he says – and it seems to be askew in these patients.

New therapies
Therapies that aim to address these problems are still in their infancy, but the early signs are promising. Critchley recently worked with 121 autistic adults – a group known to be at high risk of anxiety disorders – to see if improved interoception could reduce their feelings of stress. Over a course of six sessions, half the participants were given repeated attempts at the heartbeat detection tasks followed by detailed feedback on their performance. Those in the control condition, meanwhile, took part in voice recognition training, which was designed to help them detect the emotional overtones of people’s speech – a task that could well be useful in their lives, but which did not specifically target their interoceptive awareness.

Reporting their results in the Lancet earlier this month, the team found that the interoceptive training group showed markedly lower incidence of anxiety at a three-month follow-up, with 31% completely recovering from their anxiety disorder, compared with just 16% in the control group. “It improved people’s ability to recognise and ‘de-catastrophise’ their physiological experiences,” Critchley says. He tells me that his group has seen similar benefits in a more diverse student population, though that research has yet to be published.

Women taking a deep breath
Scientists have been investigating the potential use of mindfulness and breathing techniques to improve interoceptive abilities. Photograph: Anna Frank/Getty Images

Other teams have been investigating the potential use of mindfulness to improve people’s interoceptive awareness. There are many kinds of mindfulness, of course – some of which may place more focus on the mental experience and the appearance of thoughts. But Prof Cynthia Price at the University of Washington in Seattle has tested a training programme that specifically encourages participants to focus on the internal sensations within sequential body areas.

Her participants were people with substance use problems. The condition is often accompanied by poor emotional regulation, which can make it harder to avoid relapse – and, crucially, many people report a sense of disembodiment that might contribute to their problems.

Price’s results so far suggest that the therapy successfully reduces symptoms of depression and cravings, and in one year-long study, it significantly increased abstinence, compared with those undergoing the standard treatments. She hopes the practice could be beneficial for many other people. “These skills should be helpful for anyone, regardless of whether they have a health condition.”

 If you’re deconditioned from a lack of exercise, you’re more likely to experience symptoms associated with anxiety
With time, it is possible that new technologies could ease this process. Tsakiris, for example, has investigated a small non-invasive device that clips to the ear and delivers a mild electric current, through the skin, to the vagus nerve, which acts as a pathway between the gut, the heart and the brain. In one experiment, Tsakiris found that the gentle stimulation increased people’s accuracy on one of the heartbeat detection tasks. “It seemed to strengthen the communication between the brain and the body; it opens up the bandwidth a little bit,” he says.

These are early findings, he emphasises, but if further research confirms the benefits, it could be used during mindfulness exercises to train people’s interoception, he suggests.

Inner strength
Perhaps most intriguingly, the new awareness of interoception can help us to understand why certain physical exercises can be so good for our mental health. For one thing, regular workouts may change the nature of the signals that your brain receives. “If you’re deconditioned from a lack of exercise, you’re more likely to experience symptoms that you might associate with anxiety,” says Critchley. “Your heart will race more when you experience challenges – be it physical or emotional.” As you get fitter, however, and organs such as the heart become more adept at dealing with strain, your body will show a more resilient response to changing circumstances – changes that could spill over into your emotional wellbeing.

Equally importantly, the practice of exercise should lead you to be more attentive to those signals, so that you are also more accurate in reading and interpreting the changes that you detect. “This doesn’t mean that all athletes have very high emotion regulation capacities,” Tsakiris warns. “But they do have an advantage, precisely because their interoceptive system is better attuned.”

Strength training has been shown to reduce anxiety, possibly because it alters the interoceptive signals our brains receive. Photograph: Thomas Barwick/Getty Images
It’s not just aerobic exercise that will help; increasing evidence suggests that strength training can particularly effectively reduce feelings of anxiety. You might expect this to arise from the aesthetic improvements and the ego-boost that comes from looking more toned – but the effects remain even if you control for visible changes in muscle size. One potential explanation is that the training somehow alters the interoceptive signals we’re receiving from the muscles. By engaging with our muscles, we feel physically sturdier and more capable to deal with threats – and this bolsters our sense of self-esteem and mental resilience, too.

“Interoceptive feedback from the muscles can tell you something, unconsciously, about what you can achieve in the world,” explains science writer Caroline Williams, whose recent book Move! (Profile, 2021) explores the many ways that physical exercise can benefit the mind. “After strength training, your body feels that it can cope, and so, on some level, you feel a bit more in control of life.”

Interoception, it seems, is one of our most important senses. And by paying a little bit more attention to the signals it sends you, you may be healthier in body and mind.

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Monday, July 05, 2021


Cooperative Societies are very important and plays a very important role in the SME Sector. This groups are formed by individuals who have common interest in a particular agricultural crop which can be converted to money.

The Cooperative Societies can be formed by villages or LLGs which have a certain crop of interest for business..Eg..Coffee is a common agricultural crop planted by all farmers and this farmers from a particular area can simply form a Cooperative Society to participate actively in coffee business. 

According to the Cooperative Societies Regulation 2003, the fee for an application to register a Co-operative Societies is K25.00 and the fee for an application to reserve the name of a Cooperative Society is K30 which is a total of K55.00.

The following steps were extracted from the Co-operative Societies Act 1982;

STEP 1: Pre-registration requirements
 – Hold a meeting for the proposed society and the meeting must be attended by at least 7 members. Members must be PNG citizens above the age of 18 years with the aim of getting together to promote a common economic and social interest.

The meeting must agree to a written statement showing;
- The objectives of the proposed society
The reasons why you believe that the proposed society will achieve its objectives.

The rules under which the proposed society will operate;

In accordance with the rules,
a) Elect a board of directors

b) Other officers provided for in rules

c) Members must sign an application form for membership of the proposed society within two months from the election of the Board, the board shall apply to the registrar for registration to the Registrar as a society under the Co-operative Societies Act of 1982.

STEP 2: Attachments to applications

 – Make two copies of the registration form and the following documents;
a) The agreed written statement from the first meeting; 

B) Proposed rules signed by any of the two; -Directors
- List of members
- Full name, address and office of other office holders
- Statement of showing the name of the society

STEP 3: Registration decisions by Registrar 

 The Registrar may;

A) Register the proposed society, or
In writing, request the proposed society to amend their application or amend the application as a fresh application, or

B) By notice of his/her seal to the proposed society, refuse to register the proposed society and refund the registration fee according to the rules of the Co-operations Act.

STEP 4: Registration process for successful applications – 

Where the Registrar registers the Society, he/she will;

A) Issue a certificate of registration, and

B) Publish a notice of registration in the National Gazette

C) Endorse his approval on all or part of the proposed rules to be the rules of the society
The date shown on the certificate is the date the society was registered and the society will;

1. be a corporation under the name it is registered
2. have perpetual succession and a common seal
3. have the power to;
    A) Hold property; and
    B) Enter into contracts; and
    C) Can sue and be sued in a court of law

Do all things necessary to implement its objectives as set out in the rules.

The Cooperative Society Must Be Named like for example " PNG SME COOPERATIVE LTD"

Ref; Tau geno


Wednesday, February 10, 2021

“The Lost Sons of the Anunnaki”: Melanesian Tribe Shares DNA Genes With An Unknown Species

Ryan Bohlender recently issued quite the statement on October 20th, as he came out to state that the people from Melanesia, an area that surrounds Papua New Guinea, might actually not be human after all. He talked about it in great detail at the American Society of Human Genetics as he came across proof that these Melanesians have a foreign alien gene inside of their DNA which cannot be traced back to our own genome after all.

As a matter of fact, Ryan believes that this discovery might actually prove once and for all that the ancient Sumerians had it right all along. All of the residents of ancient Mesopotamia actually believed in the fact that the ancient civilizations had been visited by the Anunnaki, the residents of the 12th planet from our solar system known as Nibiru.

They had originally arrived on our planet around 432,000 years before Christ and according to most scriptures they had actually created our ancestors, the Giants and apparently, they left off traces of their DNA in the Melanesian’s too.

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Source:  Unfold News.