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News Burst 17 November 2020

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  • Roughly 300,000 households have moved out of New York City since March, fleeing a metropolis that has become a land of lockdowns and rising violent crime. US Postal Service data obtained by the New York Post showed that there were more than 295,000 change-of-address requests filed by residents moving out of the city’s five boroughs from March 1 through October 31. The data included only moves to counties with 11 or more forwarding requests filed, meaning relocations to places where 10 or fewer New Yorkers moved during the period weren’t counted. Each change-of-address request typically covers a whole household, not just an individual, so the number of people moving would be higher than the number of filings. There were nearly 245,000 moving notices filed with the Postal Service in March-July alone, the Post said, up from 101,000 a year earlier. The exodus has been blamed on Covid-19 concerns, economic woes, rising crime and troubled schools.


  • Ghislaine Maxwell has launched a legal bid to keep secret another trove of dynamite files on her sordid sex life. The British socialite, 58, said the transcripts of a lawsuit against Jeffrey Epstein sex slave Virginia Giuffre would influence her forthcoming criminal trial if released. The second batch of transcripts is expected to contain much more detail about Maxwell’s private life and alleged links to Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. Filing Maxwell’s argument against the new release, her lawyer Laura A Menninger said: “There can be no doubt that matters concerning Ms Maxwell’s case have been excessively and extensively reported. The prejudice caused by the flood of coverage that comes with every new unsealing event in this case cannot be overstated.”


  • Mental health support will be preventative and proactive, the prime minister has vowed in response to a new report showing the cost of mental illness reaches $220 billion each year. Scott Morrison says children and families are priorities for the refreshed approach. The second wave of coronavirus-linked mental health cases has arrived, leading Australian expert warns. The Productivity Commission looked at disorders affecting mood, eating patterns, anxiety, personality, psychosis and substance abuse. He said many people had experienced mental health issues for the first time during the pandemic, while noting it disproportionately affects Indigenous communities and veterans.


  • An unidentified Chinese buyer on Sunday paid a world record 1.6 million euros ($1.9 million) for a two-year-old Belgian female homing pigeon called New Kim, online auctioneers Pigeon Paradise (PIPA) said. The sale beat the 1.25 million euros paid for male pigeon Armando last year, according to PIPA. “I believe it’s a world record, there has never been an officially documented sale at such a price,” PIPA chairman Nikolaas Gyselbrecht told AFP. New Kim won the 2018 crown as “Ace Pigeon Grand National Middle Distance” in competitions held at Châteauroux and Argenton-sur-Creuse in France. Top European birds have won global fame in recent years and particularly in China where pigeon racing can generate huge winnings.


  • Earlier, the World Health Organization said in a press release that the new coronavirus has been detected at mink farms in six countries across the world — Denmark, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Italy, and the United States — since the outbreak of the pandemic. Due to the destruction of minks by Denmark, the 90-year-old auction house Kopenhagen Fur will have to close. The closure will be gradual. By the end of 2020, Kopenhagen Fur will receive all previously agreed-upon mink fur, and next year the company will sell the leftovers from Danish warehouses.


  • 6-Year-Old Girl’s Mutilated Body Found With Several Organs Missing. The unidentified victim was playing near her home in a village in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on Saturday evening when she went missing. The girl’s family members started searching for her when she didn’t return home for hours. The following morning, the girl’s mutilated body was found in the bushes with several organs, including both lungs, missing. The body has since been sent for autopsy to determine the cause of death.


  • Venezuelan armed forces have destroyed a US-registered business jet and a jungle airstrip used by drug traffickers, officials say. A Grumman Gulfstream IISP jet, with the US registration number N104VV, was discovered at the site in the Caño Amarillo sector of the forested Catatumbo region of Western Zulia state. The troops had also destroyed a Triton truck, a Suzuki motorcycle, flight navigation equipment and 200 barrels of Jet A1 fuel totalling 25,000 litres (5,500 imperial gallons) – enough to fill that model of aircraft almost twice over.


  • Denmark – After nine days of protests banging pots & pans outside parliament over a new law that “would be able to define groups of people who must be vaccinated. People who refuse the above can be coerced through physical detainment, with police allowed to assist”, the epidemic law is SCRAPPED.


  • An international team of scientists has announced that they may have discovered a river flowing deep below the surface of Greenland. “The results are consistent with a long subglacial river,” says Christopher Chambers from Hokkaido University in Japan. He added, however, that “considerable uncertainty remains.” The uncertainty Chambers refers to stems from previous studies and aerial surveys of Greenland, which detected a huge subglacial valley system below large parts of the island. Studies also signaled that the valley is segmented, which prevents water from flowing freely through it. Chambers and his colleagues conducted a study designed as a “thought experiment”, which explored a possibility that the valley is not divided into pieces, but runs as an unbroken river.
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​Costasiella Kuroshimae

This is a Leafsheep. It is the only animal on the planet capable of photosynthesis. Costasiella kuroshimae are shell-less marine mollusks. They range in size from 5 mm to 1 cm in length. Discovered in 1993 off the coast of the Japanese island Kuroshima, leaf slugs have been found in the waters near Japan, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

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News Burst 17 November 2020 - Kim Tek Ie Temple

Kim Tek Ie Temple

A Confucian follower at the Kim Tek Ie Temple in Glodok, West Jakarta. Devotees offer prayers and release sparrows to commemorate the birthday of Kwan Im, the chinese goddess of mercy.

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Galactic Meetings

This is a Mothership that is used for Galactic Meetings and Traveling through Multiverses. Other Crafts by invitation will join in various areas when it is time for the Meetings. Areas beneath contain large Crystal Transmitters. Neioh

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UFO activity over Area51 2020.

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Another powerful explosion took place at Stromboli volcano in Italy on November 16, 2020, just days after a sequence of powerful explosions on November 10. 2020. According to the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Osservatorio Etneo, an explosion of major intensity took place at 09:17 UTC at the central-southern crater area. The ejected products have fallen abundantly along the Sciara del Fuoco.

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News Burst 7 November 2020 – Live Feed

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While most “stay at home” stock focus during the pandemic has been on names like Zoom, Slack and Pelton, it seems the video game industry has snuck past many “mainstream” analysts’ radar. In fact, well known video game company Nintendo spiked on Thursday after it raised its forecasts midway through its fiscal year. Shares were already up more than 30% this year, before finishing the day up another 6% on the announcement.

News Burst 6 November 2020 – Live Feed

News Burst 6 November 2020 – Live Feed

The pulsing is caused by Energy from deep in the Earth from massive Crystals that are now moving side to side and sending frequencies to heal the planet. The crystals will rise when activated and will guide all Crafts in from the Multiverses. Neioh

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