Missouri boy put into foster care after parents sought second opinion on medical diagnosis

KANSAS CITY, MO — A sickly eight-year-old boy was taken from his family and foisted into foster care after his parents sought a second medical opinion and recourse for alleged medical malpractice against their son. This is what happened to Jaxon Adams, now 8, who had suffered chronic illness since his youth. Over the years he was diagnosed with high-functioning autism, ADHD, severe food allergies, and eventually, epilepsy. He began having seizures. In June of 2013, his appetite subsided and he lost a considerable amount of weight, and had a gastronomy tube surgically inserted through his abdomen into his stomach. Jaxon’s parents, Tiffany and Jason Adams of Independence, sought care for the boy through nurse practitioner Ingrid Larson in Dr. Amber Hoffman’s practice at the Beacon Clinic in Children’s Mercy Hospital (CMH) in March of 2014, according to Health Impact News. After being under CMH care for several month, […] Read More

National Bar Association Lawyers Release Statement Indicating Ferguson Prosecutor Corruption

After the verdict announcement in Ferguson this week, the public release of grand jury testimony in the related proceedings has led lawyers and legal scholars to speak out against the corruption of prosecutor Robert McCulloch. Now, the American Bar Association has released an official statement, questioning whether had ever intended to push for an indictment at all, in spite of the fact that it was his job to do so. “It looks like he wanted to create the appearance that there had been a public trial when in fact there hadn’t been,” said Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman, in an interview with The New York Times. Feldman said that it all seemed like “the prosecutor didn’t want an indictment—and didn’t want to be blamed for not getting one.” Lawyer and legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin who writes for The New Yorker, says that explains that McCulloch methods in the proceedings […] Read More

Ferguson Fatality: Black Male In 20s Found Burned & Shot Dead In Trunk Of Car

Multiple sources overnight reported gun fire around Ferguson and while one police officer was reported shot in the leg, this morning, the night’s first fatality has been discovered. As NY Daily News reports, police found a body inside a car parked near the Canfield apartment complex in the St. Louis suburb, close to where 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot dead in August. The victim, a black male in his 20s, was shot and burned in the trunk of a white Pontiac car with the driver’s side window shot out. As KTVI reports, A body was found in a Ferguson neighborhood just east of the Canfield apartments in the 9400 block of Glen Owen drive. The body was found in a white Pontiac car parked in a driveway at around 9am. The driver’s side window is shot out. The victim is a black male in his 20’s. There is no […] Read More

Ferguson Is A Perfect Example Of How Quickly The Streets Of America Can Descend Into Chaos

Rioting, looting, burning down stores and shooting police officers – is this about to become the “new normal” in America?  What we just witnessed happen in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri is a prime example of how quickly the streets of America can descend into chaos.  There is so much anger and frustration in this country, especially among our young people, that all it takes is a “trigger event” to spark a wildfire.  In this case, it was the shooting of an unarmed black teen by a police officer.  According to the police, 18-year-old Michael Brown got into a physical altercation with an officer and was subsequently shot.  Word spread quickly throughout the community, and protests were rapidly organized.  But the protests didn’t stay peaceful.  People started chanting “kill the police” and throwing rocks and bottles.  Store windows were smashed, the looting began, and people went absolutely crazy.  And […] Read More

SACRED SITES AND MILITARY LANDS/ACTIVITIES 2

Missouri The Osage (Matthews 1961) were the dominant Indian nation in Missouri (Figure 4.11) prior to European contact and through astute diplomacy and military prowess were able to maintain themselves as an important influence until statehood. In the southern part of the state some Quapaw and Tunica villages were located and along the western and central areas of the north Otoe and Missouri settlements were numerous. At the extreme northeastern part of the state Sac and Fox peoples claimed lands. During removal of the Five Civilized Tribes and earlier with removals of Indian nations from the Ohio and Indiana areas some sites in this state were used as temporary winter or refurbishing places. The Wyandotte, for example, lived in the Kansas City area for only a short period of time but established a tribal cemetery that is still in existence. The vast majority of potential sacred sites in this […] Read More

1933: THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU

The First Man, Dual Principle Courtesy of P. K. Kosloff Over 20,000 years old. From the ancient Uighur Capital, beneath Karakhota, Gobi Desert. THE SACRED SYMBOLS OF MU BY COLONEL JAMES CHURCHWARD AUTHOR OF “THE LOST CONTINENT OF MU” “THE CHILDREN OF MU” ILLUSTRATED IVES WASHBURN; NEW YORK [1933] This book is dedicated to MARJORIE V. LEA HUDSON whose high ideals are the Four Great Virtues as inscribed in the Sacred Inspired Writings of Mu CONTENTS CHAPTER   PAGE I. INTRODUCTION 15 II. RELIGIONS 27 III. SYMBOLS OF THE DEITY AND HIS ATTRIBUTES 56 IV. THE CREATION 87 V. SYMBOLS USED IN RELIGIOUS TEACHINGS 118 VI. SYMBOLS RELATING TO MU 165 VII. SACRED SYMBOLS CONNECTING NORTH AMERICA TO MU 189 VIII. THE MOUND BUILDERS OF NORTH AMERICA 218 IX. RELIGION IN EGYPT AND INDIA 252 X. THE TWIN SISTERS–RELIGION AND SCIENCE 280 p. ix LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS The first […] Read More