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KLEINER'S KORNER FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18, 2011
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Truth is treason in the empire of lies."

Ron Paul (1935- )
American medical doctor, author, U.S. Congressional Representative for the 14th congressional district of Texas, candidate for President of the USA in 2008 and 2012.
Ron Paul's website: link here
Ron Paul's new campaign video - worth all 5 min: link here

Listen to this excellent Congressional Floor Speech by Rep. Paul (R-TX) on July 19, 2011. link here


1. "AMERICA'S DISAPPEARED"
"Tens of thousands of Americans are being held in super-maximum-security prisons where they are deprived of contact and psychologically destroyed. Undocumented workers are rounded up and vanish from their families for weeks or months. Militarized police units break down the doors of some 40,000 Americans a year and haul them away in the dead of night as if they were enemy combatants. Habeas corpus no longer exists. American citizens can 'legally' be assassinated...


Human Rights Watch, in a new report, 'Getting Away With Torture: The Bush Administration and Mistreatment of Detainees,' declared there is 'overwhelming evidence of torture by the Bush administration.' President Barack Obama, the report went on, is obliged 'to order a criminal investigation into allegations of detainee abuse authorized by former President George W. Bush and other senior officials.'

But Obama has no intention of restoring the rule of law. He not only refuses to prosecute flagrant war crimes, but has immunized those who orchestrated, led and carried out the torture," quoting Chris Hedges in Truthdig.
Ed. Note: The title of this report says it all. The seriousness of this story denotes the placement as the number one item this week, IMHO.
link here
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2. "DOWN ON THE FARM, INVESTORS SEE BIG POTENTIAL"
"Braden Janowski has never planted seeds or brought in a harvest. He doesn't even own overalls.

Yet when 430 acres of Michigan cornfields was auctioned last summer, it was Janowski, a brash, 33-year-old software executive, who made the winning bid. It was so high — $4 million, 25 percent above the next-highest — that some farmers stood, shook their heads and walked out. And Janowski figures he got the land cheap.

'Corn back then was around $4,' he says from his office in Tulsa, Okla., stealing a glance at prices per bushel on his computer. Corn rose to almost $8 in June and trades now at about $7.

A new breed of gentleman farmer is shaking up the American heartland. Rich investors with no ties to farming, no dirt under their nails, are confident enough to wager big on a patch of earth — betting that it's a smart investment because food will only get more expensive around the world," quoting the AP. link here
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3. 9/11 - THE TWIN TOWERS WERE NOT COLLAPSED - THEY WERE PULVERIZED!
In the most compelling and well-researched book I have ever read on the subject of the disappearance of the Twin Towers and Building 7 of the World Trade Center in New York, Judy Wood has compiled evidence that is overwhelming in where her research leads. Wood's clarity is amazing:

"This book contains physical evidence, not theories or speculation, but physical evidence that is overwhelming and conclusive as to what happened. But for the record, I do not believe that our government is responsible for executing the events of 9/11/01; nor do I believe that our government is not responsible for executing the events of 9/11/01.

This is not a case of belief. This is a crime that should be solved by a forensic study of the evidence. Before it can be determined who did it, it must first be determined what was done and how it was done."

I could not put this book down!
Wood's website: link here
Order the book - "“Where Did the Towers Go?” link here
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4. "SOMETHING BIG IS GOING ON AT GIZA"
The internet is abuzz with the news about new findings in the Great Pyramid on Egypt's Giza Plateau. It has been reported that strange markings have been found inside what many of the news reports have been calling a "secret tunnel".

True to form, the news media is either hyperbolizing, or they just plain got the facts wrong. The tunnel is has not been a secret for a number of years. The secret has been what is in the tunnel, and where it leads.

There is, however, a mystery involved here. The mystery involves some strange hieroglyphic-type markings found inside the tunnel. They are done in red paint, and are found on the floor of the tunnel and on the walls," quoting Kevin Smith in UFO Digest. link here
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5. "HOW TO MAKE TIME INVISIBLE"
"Researchers from Cornell say that by using a bit of electromagnetics wizardry they can create a 'hole' in space and keep it hidden - spatial cloaking. Invisible time," quoting Hank Campbell in Science 2.0: link here

And:
"Hidden In Plain View: The Physics Of Cloaking Time, Space And Experience"
By Adam Frank on NPR: link here
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6. ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS
A. "Will North America Be the New Middle East?"
By: Bill McKibben, TomDispatch: link here

B. "8th Annual NW SolarFest: Renewable Energy & Sustainable Living Fair"
Held Saturday, July 16th, has many great ideas and links: link here

C. The Blest plastic to oil system demonstrated by the E-N-ergy Sales Team
link here

D. "Scrutiny by local (Seattle) nuclear watchdog group triggers concerns over Fukushima radiation"
By The Mountain News: link here

E. "You Can't Kill a Planet and Live on It, Too"
By Frank Joseph Smecker and Derrick Jensen, Truthout
link here

F. "Nearly 900 heat records broken in July" (as of July 16)
From MSNBC: link here

G. "Aurora Australis From Space"
From NASA: link here

H. "Our Love Affair With Fish Is Unsustainable"
By Charles Clover, Ebury Press | Book Excerpt in Truthout: link here We Nearing the End of the Line for Edible Ocean Fish?
By Mark Karlin, Truthout: link here

I. "Polar bear cubs die as ice melts, swims get longer"
"5 of 11 moms that swam long distances lost cubs, study finds"
By Deborah Zabarenko of Reuters: link here

J. "25-acre solar roof to be built in New Jersey"
"North America's biggest solar roof will atop a marine terminal"
By Trefis in Daily Finance: link here

K. "SOS Again from Minamisoma, Fukushima"
On YouTube: link here

L. "Are Chemicals Making Us Fat?"
By Dr. Brian Moench, Truthout: link here

Oil issues keep rearing their ugly head:
1. "The Risks of the Keystone XL Pipeline"
Ed Note: Yikes! I had no idea until I read this.
By the Los Angeles Times: link here
And:
Climate Change and Disaster in Montana
By Naomi Klein in the Los Angels Times: link here

2. "State Fracking Rules Could Allow Drilling Near New York City Water Supply Tunnels"
Ed. Note: Yikes!
By Nicholas Kusnetz in Prorepublica: link here

3. "A Year After BP Caps Well, Fishermen Still Fight for Survival"
From Rocky Kistner’s Blog on NRDC's Switchboard: link here
And:
"Latest BP Oil Spill Took Place at Facility Employee Warned Was 'Operating in Unsafe Condition""
By Jason Leopold, Truthout: link here

4. "US ConocoPhillips' China Oil Spill Six Times Size of Singapore"
By Agence France-Presse: link here
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7. OUR NATION
A. "Calls Mount to Investigate Bush Era Officials for Torture"
By Naseema Noor in IPS: link here

B. UFO's noted in Phoenix dust storm? You decide.
On YouTube: link here

C. "UN Official Says US Is Breaking Rules in Torture Investigation"
By Eyder Peralta, NPR: link here

D. "Teaching Gay History Becomes Law in California"
By David Siders, Sacramento Bee, McClatchy Newspapers: link here

E. "Father and son at shuttle's start and end"
By Alan Boyle on MSNBC's PhotoBlog: link here

F. "Hunger Stalks California's Rural Communities"
By David Bacon, Truthout: link here

G. "Copper in hospitals reduces infection"
From the UPI: link here

H. "PTSD linked to immune system in veterans"
From the UPI: link here
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8. THE WORLD
A. "Iceland, a country that wants to punish the bankers responsible for the crisis"
From Pressenza Editorial Team in Chile, translation: Silvia Swinden: link here

B. "The Illuminati Card Game - 1995"
Ed. Note: has anyone see this card game?
On YouTube: link here

C. "Clarke and Dawe talk economics"
Ed. Note: too funny with their humor and truth!
link here

D. "Elenin, Nibiru, Planet-X - Time for a Sanity Check"
Ed. Note: Interesting report - trust your own knowingness.
By Ryan X on Sott.net: link here

E. "ANONYMOUS declares war on the system!"
Ed. Note: Interesting report.
On YouTube: link here

F. "Facebook Grants Law Enforcement Detailed Access To User Accounts"
By Marcy Bonebright in Personal Liberty Digest: link here

G. "On the Contested Legacy of Nelson Mandela"
By Danny Schechter, Reader Supported News: link here
And:
"Celebrating Nelson Mandela at 93"
By Charlayne Hunter-Gault in The Root: link here

H. "News of the World Phone-Hacking Whistleblower Found Dead"
Ed. Note: Hello!
By Amelia Hill, James Robinson and Caroline Davies, Guardian UK: link here "How to Make and Use The BYU Solar Cooker/Cooler"
By Steven E. Jones, Professor of Physics at Brigham Young University (BYU), et al
From Solar Cooking: link here

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9. RAMTHA STUDENT NEWS
A. RSE e-mailers last week
- Ramtha's Feast Florence, Italy! October 8
Click on this link, turn up your volume and listen to Ramtha on the Autumn Feasts: link here On-Demand Pre-Assay 2-Day Workshop Replay! July 16-August 16
link here

- JZ requested SPECIAL SCREENING! "Farmageddon" at Yelm Cinemas July 30!
link here

B. Ramtha’s Prediction on UFO encounters last Autumn dovetails with recent revelations
From RSE's Newsletter: link here

C. Introducing Melissa Graham's Food Blog: The Alchemist: link here

D. RSE speaker Michael Tellinger was recently interviewed on Syracuse's ABC affiliate: link here

E. "Animation shows Tacoma swamped by tsunami wave"
By Allen Schauffler of KING -5 TV news in Seattle: Animation shows Tacoma swamped by tsunami wave

F. PBS broadcast on Seattle's KCTS TV, providing background information of earthquake examples possible in the Pacific Northwest and potential damage produced. Includes interviews with scientists. link here

G. And last:
"Red wine could benefit astronauts in orbit"
"Study finds it may help prevent the ill effects of prolonged weightlessness"
From Space.com: link here
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10. LOCAL NOTES
A. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER/EDITOR & BLOGGER AGREE ABOUT "WALMART BLVD." NAMING -
IS THERE AN APPEARANCE OF A CONFLICT OF INTEREST FROM MAYOR HARDING?
link here

B. INTRODUCING SIMPLY ORGANIC CAFE
link here

C. BALD HILLS FIRE DEPARTMENT ACQUIRES A NEW FIRE RATING & WATER TENDER!
link here

D. RENOWNED SCIENTIST VISITED YELM LAST WEEK
link here KARRIEM ALI: LOCAL DOCTOR/RESEARCHER PUBLISHES BOOK
link here 'NEW' SPIRAL CAFE RIBBON CUTTING JULY 22
link here NISQUALLY LAND TRUST'S RIVER RAFTING TRIP - AMAZING!
link here WHY IS YELM'S CABAL SILENT? IS THERE A DOUBLE-STANDARD?
link here
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KLEINER'S KORNER FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 18, 2011



KLEINER'S KORNER DOUBLE-EDITION FOR THE WEEKS OF JULY 4 & 11, 2011
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"For attractive lips, speak words of kindness.
For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.
For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry.
For beautiful hair, let a child run his or her fingers through it once a day.
For poise, walk with the knowledge that you'll never walk alone."

Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993)
British Actress & Humanitarian
read more from Audrey Hepburn's official site: link here


1. SCIENCE IN THE NEWS
A. "Conversations with History: Victor F. Weisskopf"
"In this edition [April 7, 1988], UC Berkeley's Harry Kreisler talks with Professor Victor F. Weisskopf, who was Institute Professor at MIT and one of the leading scientists of his generation. They discuss his career, the teaching of science, the militarization of science and the role of scientists in the peace movement," quoting YouTube. link here

B. "Who wants to live forever? Scientist sees aging cured"
"If Aubrey de Grey's predictions are right, the first person who will live to see their 150th birthday has already been born," quoting Health and Science Correspondent Kate Kelland in Reuters.
link here

C. "Live long. Stay healthy. Join the immortals"
"The seven ages of man are a thing of the past. We're never too old to find a new lover, start a business or even have a baby. Now, we're ready for anything – except death. Welcome to the world of amortality," by Catherine Mayer in UK's Observer. link here

D. "To lower your heart disease risk, get happy"
"Those most content with their lives had 13 percent lower risk of heart disease, study finds"
"The results were published online July 4 in the European Heart Journal," quoting MyHealthNewsDaily.
link here

E. "Flying car cleared for the road"
"Terrafugia's Transition roadable aircraft has cleared regulatory hurdles that make it street legal," quoting John Roach contributing writer for msnbc.com: link here

F. Have you seen the "3D Printer"?
On YouTube: link here
More from Z Corp.: link here

G. "Regenerative medicine's promising future"
"In a report by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, regenerative medicine is called the 'next evolution of medical treatments.' The report says the field not only 'holds the realistic promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs in the living body' but 'empowers scientists to grow tissues and organs in the laboratory and safely implant them,'" quoting Anthony Atala, Special to CNN.
Ed. Note: Be sure to see the videos in this report.
link here

H. "Jonathan Drori: The beautiful tricks of flowers"
"In this visually dazzling talk, Jonathan Drori shows the extraordinary ways flowering plants -- over a quarter million species -- have evolved to attract insects to spread their pollen: growing 'landing-strips' to guide the insects in, shining in ultraviolet, building elaborate traps, and even mimicking other insects in heat," quoting TED: link here

I. "Comet's 'death by sun' captured for first time"
"Satellite witnesses a 'sun-grazer' hit heat and disintegrate in 15 minutes"
By Tariq Malik, Managing editor of Space.com: link here
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2. EXTRAORDINARY HUMAN STORIES
A. "Global Medical Relief's mission"
"ars can literally shatter children's lives and Elissa Montanti is on a mission to make some of them whole again through a network of volunteers. Scott Pelley reports," from CBS News 60 MINUTES.
link here

The Global Medical Relief Fund (GMRF) a 501(c)3 Organization.
link here

B. "Chooka Parker - AGT Encore"
"Playing For The First Time on Australia’s Got Talent"
From Chooka Parker.com: link here

C. Il Volo
Ed. Note: 3 mid-teenage boys have a huge voice that will move you!
link here
And:
"Italian teen trio Il Volo hitting it big in U.S."
From CBS News: link here
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3. ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS
A. "Peak oil is 'getting closer' but the world is not ready"
By Tom Levitt in The Ecologist: link here

B. "Powerful tsunami on Australian east coast is inevitable - Australian Tsunami Research Centre"
By Mike Hedge, From: AAP: link here

C. "WSDOT fleet named one of the best in North America"
From Washington State's Dept. of Transportation: link here

D. "Judge backs scientists on polar bears"
By Dian Cappiello fort he AP: link here

E. "Arctic Resource Wealth Poses Dilemma for Indigenous Communities"
By Terry Macalister, Guardian UK: link here

F. "NOAA Releases 2010 Climate Report"
"2010 was another one for the books"
"2010 has tied 2005 as the warmest year on record, when combining globally averaged land and ocean temperatures."
By Carl Parker, Weather Channel Meteorologist: link here

G. "Scientists: Extreme Weather Link 'Can No Longer Be Ignored'
By Steve Connor, The Independent UK: link here

H. "UK faces more harsh winters in solar activity dip"
By Mark Kinver Environment reporter, BBC News: link here

I. "Phoenix dust storm was like 'special-effect scene'"
"Experts double estimate of how wide it was to 100 miles"
From MSNBC: link here

J. "Matt Damon, Co-Founder Of Water.org, Speaks Out About Global Water Crisis (Video):
From March, 2011 in the Huffington Post: link here
Visit Water.org: link here

K. "Department of Health [WA. State] to launch aerial background radiation survey; officials say Fukushima is not a concern"
From the Mountain News: link here
And:
"High levels of radiation detected in Northwest rainwater"
By Gary Chittim of KING-5 TV News, NBC in Seattle: link here

L. "Attack of the Jellyfish: Sea Creatures Shut Down ANOTHER Power Station Amid Claims Surge is Due to Climate Change"
By Joe Romm in Climate Progress: link here

M. "Is Ocean Garbage Killing Whales?"
By Marlowe Hood, Agence France-Presse: link here

N. Check-out the movie: THE COVE
link here

O. "Dark Fireworks on the Sun"
From NASA: link here

P. Most of America in massive heat wave
- "How hot was June? Five cities tell tale of scorcher"
"All were in the South; temperatures topped 100 and averaged in the 80s"
By Becky Kellogg of Weather.com: link here

- "Sizzling at 118: Phoenix sets a record as heat scorches US"
July 2, on MSNBC: link here

- "Heat wave extends to Northeast, setting records"
"Two dozen states from Texas to Connecticut see heat alerts"
From MSNBC: link here

- "Hot Now? Torch of 2011 Approaches" next week in much of North America"
The Pacific Northwest will remain unseasonably cool!
By John D. Cox of Discovery News: link here
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4. OUR NATION
A. "Save $1.6 Trillion Dollars, Don’t Pay The Federal Reserve"
By Trevor Lyman on Run Ron Paul 2012: link here

And
"Ron Paul - I don't want to Run the World (animation)"
Ed. note: Amazing collage of Paul's quotes!
On YouTube: link here

B. "TSA Agents Working With Radiation Machines Develop Cancer, and More"
By Thom Hartmann, The Thom Hartmann Program, in Truthout: link here

C. "Bradley Manning’s Army of One"
"How a lonely, five-foot-two, gender-questioning soldier became a WikiLeaks hero, a traitor to the U.S., and one of the most unusual revolutionaries in American history."
By Steve Fishman in New York Magazine: link here

D. "Interview with Amy Goodman"
"Amy Goodman is a columnist and the host of Democracy Now! She speaks about the role of independent media and her experiences as a journalist," quoting Heidi Smith in SuperConsciousness Magazine: link here

E. "Study shows salmon isn't always what it seems"
"Just because the menu says the fish you’re eating is wild-caught king salmon doesn’t necessarily make it so, even here in the heart of salmon country, a new study from the University of Washington Tacoma shows," quoting John Gillie in the Tacoma News Tribune. link here

F. "Torture: CIA Has a Lot to Answer For"
By Los Angeles Times | Editorial: link here

G. "An Assault on Democracy"
"Corporate polluters - through massive campaign donations and relentless fear-mongering - can easily dominate the state political landscapes."
By Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Reader Supported News: link here

H. Smart Meters
Ed. Note: See what your electric meter now reveals about you!
On YouTube: link here

I. Ride in a Zeppelin
link here
Ed. Note: I rode in the Goodyear Blimp in Miami in 1975. What a thrill!
Reservation info here: link here

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THE WORLD
A. "Israel has become a society of force and violence"
By Gideon Levy in Israel-based Haaretz: link here

B. "Officials say Strauss-Kahn case seen as in jeopardy"
"Case on verge of collapse after investigators discover holes in credibility of accuser"
Ed. Note: As stated here June 13, 2011:
"I am in many, many hotels worldwide & ALL housekeepers have one thing in common - they put a stopper to keep the door fully open when they enter a room, after they knock, then slowly enter the hotel room, calling out to see if someone is there, before cleaning the rooms.
Was this procedure followed at the Sofitel in NYC?
Seems if a sexual relation happened between the housekeeper & DSK, that was consensual.
Tell me how a man forces a woman to have oral sex with him without her biting deep his member and then running, while the man is in writhing agony.
Ever seen exactly that in the movie Jumpin Jack Flash where Whoppi did, albeit through clothing?"
By Jim Dwyer, William K. Rashbaum & John Eligon in The New York Times: link here

And:
"5 Lessons of the DSK Affair"
"French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy drew furious feedback for his immediate support of Dominique Strauss-Kahn in a column published on The Daily Beast in May. Now vindicated, he writes on the lessons of the case."
In The Daily Beast: link here

C. "One for the Gipper: Brits to mark 4th of July by honoring Ronald Reagan"
By Marian Smith on MSNBC: link here

D. "Worst drought in 60 years: 12 million Africans face 'fight for survival'"
By Rohit Kachroo, NBC News: link here

E. "The Tellurex World Pot"
"Tellurex Corporation unveiled a practical solution that combines native cooking fires and thermoelectric science to recharge cell phones and other portable electrical devices in remote villages and huts around the world. The Tellurex World Pot is one of more than thirty innovative products that are featured in the Design for the Other 90 Percent, a Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum exhibition on display at RedLine in Denver, Colorado today [July 9] through September 25," from Dexigner Network. link here

F. "2011 already costliest year for natural disasters"
"Expert: 'We are rewriting the financial and economic history of disasters on a global scale"
By Miguel Llanos of MSNBC: link here
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6. RAMTHA STUDENT NEWS
A. RSE e-mailers since the last Korner
- Live Stream - Brian Greene - Monday, July 4!
link here

- A Molecue That Turns On The Immortality Gene!
link here

- Ramtha's Pre-Assay 2-DAY WORKSHOP! July 1-2.
link here

- Overcoming the Backstory from June 27 - July 31 Now On-Demand!
"This teaching should go to all the people of the world who even have the slightest interest in pursuing the spiritual life."
link here

- RAM'S ASSAY 2011 with Live Stream! July 2-9.
link here

- Live Stream - Gordon Allen - Tuesday, July 5!
link here

- Italy MINI-ASSAY 2011! August 14-21!
link here

- "Ramtha's closing message to his 2011 Assay participants worldwide."
link here

B. Assay links from RSE's newsletter:
- Links from Ramtha’s Assay – July, 2011: link here

- Information about the shelter noted on National Geographic's "Doomsday Preppers": link here

- "Ramtha’s Prediction on ‘Breadbasket” Flooding" now happening
From RSE's Newsletter: link here

C. On Saturday, July 9, Ramtha suggested all of his students have access to various resources providing immediate Earth changes information.
From the RSE Newsletter: link here

D. Student Accomplishments: Dr. Karreim Ali publishes new book
From RSE's newsletter: link here

E. This is an excellent and pertinent story that all should read!
"The Key To Disaster Survival? Friends And Neighbors"
By Shankar Vedantam for National Public Radio (NPR): link here

F. Film-makers E. Raymond Brown & William Arntz announce the DVD film of their ground-breaking film Ghetto Physics,October 11th: link here

G. "Neurotransmitter Synapse 3D Animation"
From DnaTube.com - Scientific Video Site: link here

H. Cool visuals and links from the Bibliography on String Theory
link here

I. Ramtha has always suggested to rip up our lawns and plant gardens to grow our own food. Look what happened when one U. S. home-owner did just that:
"Michigan Woman Faces 93 Days in Jail for Planting a Vegetable Garden"
By Colleen Vanderlinden in Treehugger.com: link here

J. Bettye Johnson & Christine Hartman are stepping-up to the plate again and sponsoring a Picnic in the Park called The Gathering of the Eagles. Pot Luck in the Park Celebrating Unity, Love and Freedom - "A coming together to welcome and connect with our comrades, families and newcomers who have journeyed to the Yelm area and are now part of our ever-growing community. During these turbulent times, we need to connect more than ever. We may be long-timers, new-timers and we may know faces. Now is an opportunity to connect, welcome and get to know each other."
When: Sunday, July 17, 4 p.m.-9 p.m.
Where: Yelm City Park across from JZ Rose

"You are urged to bring one of your ethnic dishes to share. Please bring your own plate, eating utensils and drinks. (No alcohol is allowed in the park.
Special Attraction: Robert Jones bringing his music for listening and dancing."

K. And last, Ramtha's 2011 Assay teachings and contemplations were very impactful for all of the participants - that is an understatement! There are three opportunities in August for students worldwide to experience them:
Italy Mini-Assay August 14-21: link here
Yelm Mini-Assay August 17-21: link here
Yelm Mini-Assay Live Streamed (yet to be posted): link here
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The name Kleiner’s Korner and header title are
Copyright © 2011 Stephen R. Klein. All Rights Reserved

For archived issues of Kleiner’s Korner,
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.