August 4, 2012 Robert Bacaycay was wearing Quantum Pendant QP1 when he hiked the mountains of New York Hudson Highlands for more than 13 hours and 25 miles. Hiked in the forrest & climb over 1500ft cliff. Ten hours without water & food. Read this amazing story of survival.
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Dalimara Quantum Pendant Enhances Bio-energy Field
One of Dalimara employees Robert Bacaycay was captured in photo taken last Sunday May 27, 2012 standing infront of Forbes Magazine bldg in New York, NY with visible energy fire in his third eye and shining bright light above his head commonly called by the experts as Soul Star or Halo. On the same day, the group also witnessed a dancing sun during their procession of Mama Mary in their traditional Santacruzan Festival in West Village New York City.
We human beings are highly complex so much more than the physical body we care everyday. Our body is the integration of our physical anatomy, organs, systems and glands that work in conjunction with spiritual anatomy what actually brings our life force and the way we act and react to the world into being. Our spiritual being works as the covering, pilot, and coordinator to our physical apparatus we call the physical body, the mental body, and the emotional body. Our thoughts, emotions, and our brains operating system are all a collective part of the whole, and our spirit and soul is the conductor of our total well-being. Those with heightened conscious awareness can tune into the spiritual anatomy of an individual to help dissolve an imbalance and resolve a natural state of harmony and well-being over every aspect of life and living.
In order to gain a powerful physical being & well balance emotional body we need to be surrounded with good energy at least 2000 negative ions. Negative Ions on the other hands is most commonly called "The Vitamins of the Air" are believed to produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of mood chemical serotonin, it act on our capacity to absorb and utilize oxygen, help to alleviate depression, relieve stress, boost energy and accelerate the blood’s delivery of oxygen to our cells and tissues. Dr. R. Gualaterotti of the University of Milan says they make wider cell nuclei with more volume. The weight of evidence supports Krueger’s theory that ions break down serotonin in the bloodstream. For more info about Don Strachan & Jim Karnstedt Report CLICK HERE.
We have all experienced this positive effect, regardless of our proximity to waterfall, mountains, beaches or the ocean. This odorless, tasteless, and invisible molecules that we inhale in abundance in certain environments is what we callnegative ions. Every home has a built-in, natural ionizer- the shower. Our daily bath rituals are, in effect, the practice of preventive medicine. Research has shown that falling water creates thousands of negative ions by splitting otherwise neutral particles of air, freeing electrons to manifest their vitalizing function. These electrons join up with smaller air particles, thus giving them a predominantly negative charge. Experts from WebMD are also continuously researching about the effect of Negative Ions to human. Ion researcher Michael Terman, PhD, of Columbia University in New York has been testing yet another new way to treat seasonal affective disorder. This therapy involves aiming a stream of negatively charged ions at a person sleeping on a special conductive bed sheet. The discovery that high-density negative ions (not the same ions produced by home air filters) helped people with seasonal affective disorder came accidentally from a previous study. A second study, which will end later this year, has also found a beneficial effect.
Quantum Energy is infinite energy that pervades in the universe. It is an advance form of physical therapy, truly natural,, effective and works fast. Physicists believe a cubic centimeter of empty space may contain enough Quantum energy to run our entire planet. Science is just beginning to learn how to tap into this fundamental life force to expand consciousness and heal our bodies. Quantum Energy Pendant is one the first technologies to effectively tap into this energy source. Now, experience this newly discovered technology by wearing Quantum Pendant like the one wearing by Robert Bacaycay in the above photo.
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Celebrate Earth Day with 10 Ways to Save
In honor of Earth Day, we pulled together ten of our favorite ways to save money while going green. Together, these strategies can save you over $1,000 a year.
2. Use fewer products. Instead of lathering up with soap, shaving cream, shower gel, and body scrub, Diane MacEachern, author of Big Green Purse, suggests cutting back to just a handful of products. “Put everything you use in one day on the counter and it will blow your mind. Pick a day where you just brush your teeth and your hair and forget about the rest,” she says. In addition to creating less waste, the change will lower your monthly drugstore bills, because you won’t be buying all of those unnecessary lotions and creams. Savings: $200 a year.
3. Make cleaning supplies from scratch. Even Martha Stewart endorses this technique. A bowl of vinegar or simmering lemon rinds can absorb smells just as well as manufactured air freshener. Scrubs made out of baking soda and water make kitchens sparkle just like chemical-laden cleaners. The Internet contains hundreds of do-it-yourself recipes; Jennifer Taggart’s thesmartmama.com can get you started. Savings: $100 a year.
4. Use less gas by driving more efficiently. Lighten up your car (and your gas bill) by emptying the trunk of anything heavy. Removing the roof rack can also improve fuel economy. Drive smoothly without a lot of acceleration and deceleration to let your engine work more efficiently; staying under 60 miles per hour also helps. Also, consider carpooling with neighbors and visit the mechanic regularly to replace clogged air filters, tune-up the engine, and make sure tires are properly inflated. Savings: $50 and up a year.
5. Cook at home, using local ingredients and less meat. Buying in bulk costs less and also lets you avoid unnecessary packaging. Rediscovering eggs and beans—try a dinner frittata for $3, or black beans and rice for two for under $5—can also substitute for pricier meat-based meals. To avoid waste, try reinventing leftovers and using up what's in the fridge. One night's roast chicken can turn into enchiladas later in the week. Also consider the way that you cook: If you're making small portions, consider using your toaster oven instead of the oven—you'll use less energy. Savings: $600 and up a year.
6. Don't shop—freecycle. Use the net to find free furniture and goods, and swap the stuff you no longer need. Websites such as freecycle.org, Craigslist, and even eBay make it easy to pick up items that other people are discarding for free or at a discounted price (and to give away your own). You can also host a swap party with friends, where each person brings something from their closet that they no longer want—but someone else might. Freecycling works especially well with kids' clothes and baby gear. Savings: $300 a year.
7. Cancel catalog subscriptions. The website catalogchoice.org lets retailers know which customers no longer want to receive their mail. Participating companies agree to stop sending any more catalogs within three months. Signing up with 41pounds.org halts junk mail. The Direct Marketing Association (the-dma.org) will let its members know when people tell it they don’t want to receive any more direct-mail marketing offers. Junk mail piles up over time, so these fixes can really make a difference in the long run. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that we receive four million tons of junk mail each year, almost half of which is never even opened. In addition to saving paper, you’ll also prevent yourself from spending needlessly by avoiding the temptation of those glossy pages. Savings: $100 and up a year.
8. Don't be fooled by 'fake' green products. It turns out that many of the so-called “green” products in our homes might not be so green after all. TerraChoice, an environmental marketing firm, found that 95 percent of consumer products make some kind of false claim about their environmental-friendliness. Even allegedly BPA-free baby toys might contain that unwanted compound. Look for third-party approvals, such as the Green Seal, to help you separate legitimate environmental-friendliness from the fakers. E-mailing the company directly when answers prove elusive is another option. Websites such as thesmartmama.com also do a lot of that research for you. Savings: Priceless.
9. Make your toilet more efficient. You can buy a low-flow toilet, which uses up less water each time you flush, or you can make your own. Just drop a brick or a soda bottle filled with sand or water into the back of your toilet, and it will use up less water. Savings: $80 a year.
10. Renovate with recycled products. The idea of installing someone else’s used kitchen cabinets might sound extreme, and even a little dirty, but with a few of those DIY cleaning products you just learned to make, along with a new coat of VOC-free paint, used cabinets can actually result in a beautiful new kitchen. Habitat for Humanity’s “ReStores” sell surplus materials at a steep discount. (Sales go toward funding more homes for low-income families.) Web searches for “architectural salvage” can also turn up gently used pieces, since some new home owners end up redoing the kitchens of just-built homes. Savings: Depends on your renovation plans.
Huge Solar Storm (Radiation) Is Pounding Earth Now - January 23, 2012
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Youtube Cellphones Link to Cancer Risk
The World Health Organization released a report on May 31 stating: "The WHO/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from cellular phones as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B), based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer1, associated with wireless phone use."
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CLICK HERE to send petition to United States FDA and FCC commissioners to start research on risk of cellphones to human most specially to children.
Act now before its too late!