You can laugh all you want. Laugh at yourself in a mirror for all I care. Here's her stated views; imagine if she said these same lines involving Allah or Buddha instead of Jesus:
OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):
That Jesus came to show us the way of the heart and that what Jesus was saying that to show us the higher consciousness that we're all talking about.
Jesus came to say, "Look I'm going to live in the body, in the human body and I'm going to show you how it's done." These are some principles and some laws that you can use to live by to know that way.
And when I started to recognize that, that Jesus didn't come in my belief, even as a Christian, I don't believe that Jesus came to start Christianity...
OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):
You have a rich array of gems from which to draw illumination. The world's religious traditional, mythology, psychology, healing methods, scientific wisdom, your own experience and that you can begin to string a necklace all your own... And so it's really a question of...this material [which] strikes a chord within you.
OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):
Something in you opens up and wants, you know, feels alive and is awakened to that. And yet there is the ideology that says what to you...
OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):
Well, I am a Christian who believes that there are certainly many more paths to God other than Christianity.
OPRAH WINFREY (HOST):
I'm a free-thinking Christian who believes that, who believes in my way, but I don't believe that it's the only way, with six billion people here on the planet.
I'm awake, as you are also. We both wouldn't be visiting this site if we were not. You just have a different view. And I have yet to see you place a blog where your views are open to EVERYONE for criticism. Anybody can throw rocks at windows or boo the person on stage. It takes more spiritual power for someone to get up on stage and open yourself up for such criticism.
FEATHER WINGER: Oprah is also willing to meet with the Dave and Melinda Gates foundation, which calls for worldwide population reduction. If Oprah is really strong, let's hear what she has to say about the this group and the study of eugenics, which is one of the goals of this group.
SYLVAIN: good article. Lord Shiva is well respected. The only problem with the article is that it includes ammonia as one of the components among the cow urine. AMMONIA IS A POISON. IT IS MUCH MORE HARD ON THE LIVER AND MUCH MORE DANGEROUS THAN ALCOHOL. An old Mr. Clean bottle (if you can find one) will tell you about the danger of ammonia if consumed.
A copy of the The Facts About Ammonia (Technical Information) is available in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF, 63 KB, 3pg.)
Note to reader: This fact sheet is intended to provide general awareness and education on a specific chemical agent. For information on preparedness and response (e.g., for first responders and emergency medical personnel), please refer to the following Department resources:
Ammonia (NH3) is one of the most commonly produced industrial chemicals in the United States. It is used in industry and commerce, and also exists naturally in humans and in the environment. Ammonia is essential for many biological processes and serves as a precursor for amino acid and nucleotide synthesis. In the environment, ammonia is part of the nitrogen cycle and is produced in soil from bacterial processes. Ammonia is also produced naturally from decomposition of organic matter, including plants, animals and animal wastes.
Some chemical/physical properties of ammonia are:
About 80% of the ammonia produced by industry is used in agriculture as fertilizer. Ammonia is also used as a refrigerant gas, for purification of water supplies, and in the manufacture of plastics, explosives, textiles, pesticides, dyes and other chemicals. It is found in many household and industrial-strength cleaning solutions. Household ammonia cleaning solutions are manufactured by adding ammonia gas to water and can be between 5 and 10% ammonia. Ammonia solutions for industrial use may be concentrations of 25% or higher and are corrosive.
Most people are exposed to ammonia from inhalation of the gas or vapors. Since ammonia exists naturally and is also present in cleaning products, exposure may occur from these sources. The widespread use of ammonia on farms and in industrial and commercial locations also means that exposure can occur from an accidental release or from a deliberate terrorist attack.
Anhydrous ammonia gas is lighter than air and will rise, so that generally it dissipates and does not settle in low-lying areas. However, in the presence of moisture (such as high relative humidity), the liquefied anhydrous ammonia gas forms vapors that are heavier than air. These vapors may spread along the ground or into low-lying areas with poor airflow where people may become exposed.
Ammonia interacts immediately upon contact with available moisture in the skin, eyes, oral cavity, respiratory tract, and particularly mucous surfaces to form the very caustic ammonium hydroxide. Ammonium hydroxide causes the necrosis of tissues through disruption of cell membrane lipids (saponification) leading to cellular destruction. As cell proteins break down, water is extracted, resulting in an inflammatory response that causes further damage.
Inhalation: Ammonia is irritating and corrosive. Exposure to high concentrations of ammonia in air causes immediate burning of the nose, throat and respiratory tract. This can cause bronchiolar and alveolar edema, and airway destruction resulting in respiratory distress or failure. Inhalation of lower concentrations can cause coughing, and nose and throat irritation. Ammonia's odor provides adequate early warning of its presence, but ammonia also causes olfactory fatigue or adaptation, reducing awareness of one's prolonged exposure at low concentrations.
Children exposed to the same concentrations of ammonia vapor as adults may receive a larger dose because they have greater lung surface area-to-body weight ratios and increased minute volumes-to-weight ratios. In addition, they may be exposed to higher concentrations than adults in the same location because of their shorter height and the higher concentrations of ammonia vapor initially found near the ground.
Skin or eye contact: Exposure to low concentrations of ammonia in air or solution may produce rapid skin or eye irritation. Higher concentrations of ammonia may cause severe injury and burns. Contact with concentrated ammonia solutions such as industrial cleaners may cause corrosive injury including skin burns, permanent eye damage or blindness. The full extent of eye injury may not be apparent for up to a week after the exposure. Contact with liquefied ammonia can also cause frostbite injury.
Ingestion: Exposure to high concentrations of ammonia from swallowing ammonia solution results in corrosive damage to the mouth, throat and stomach. Ingestion of ammonia does not normally result in systemic poisoning.
There is no antidote for ammonia poisoning, but ammonia's effects can be treated, and most people recover. Immediate decontamination of skin and eyes with copious amounts of water is very important. Treatment consists of supportive measures and can include administration of humidified oxygen, bronchodilators and airway management. Ingested ammonia is diluted with milk or water.
Laboratory testing for ammonia exposure will not be useful in making emergency treatment decisions. Medical tests that can detect ammonia in blood or urine are available. However, because ammonia is normally found in the body, these test results cannot serve as biomarkers of exposure. After exposure to low levels, ammonia is either rapidly cleared from the body or metabolized to compounds found endogenously at appreciable levels. Clinical indices of body ammonia or nitrogen levels after exposure to exogenous ammonia have shown no or minimal change from prior levels. Exposure to high concentrations is immediately and overtly toxic, generally providing an adequate basis for diagnosis.
Call the following numbers, or visit the websites listed among the "Sources."
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. 2004. ToxFAQs for Ammonia. Division of Toxicology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Service: Atlanta, GA. Accessed May 6, 2004. http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/tfacts126.html
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. 2004. Medical Management Guidelines (MMGs) for Ammonia. Division of Toxicology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Service: Atlanta, GA. Accessed May 6, 2004. http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/MHMI/mmg126.html
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2003. Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Sheets. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Service: Atlanta, GA. Accessed May 6, 2004. http://www.bt.cdc.gov/agent/ammonia/index.asp
This fact sheet is based on the most current information. It may be updated as new information becomes available.
Actually I was addressing Dan, and not you. But thanks for the research on Wilson. I do apologize. But this doesn't change the fact that Obama was lying about his Obamacare promise
I attended a meeting (AND NOT EVERY FLOOR NURSE I WORK WITH WAS AT THIS MEETING) that involved discussions of transformation of the hospital that I work at into a medical school (AND OBAMACARE WAS BROUGHT UP AS ONE OF THE POSSIBLE REASONS FOR THIS TRANSFORMATION, DUE TO POSSIBLE COMPLEXITIES).
I have also talked with some M.D.'s and D.O.'s, and although they didn't like to talk about it, a couple stated that many practitioners were retiring as a result of the legislation, and going into other areas (including teaching).
If you buy a house and your real estate agent says that it's all looking good and you're in and can keep your house, and then the bank finds a loop h*** and takes your house, did the agent lie to you or was that agent also mislead?
You HAVE read how and why most (no, not all) people that lost their policies, I hope.
As for Oprah... I have no other info to bring to a discussion and you are certainly making a good point...
Actually Obama is half black. Obama himself called himself "a mutt."
I feel sorry for you in the sense that you have never seen the other realities that are discussed so much by others on this website, or have seen the true spirit inside other people per aura or other metaphysical phenomena as others have on this site. I also have seen such phenomena, and I don't drop acid, I don't smoke pot, and I don't do ecstasy in order to see this. Interestingly, I saw this phenomena on one occasion during a blood draw from someone with a police officer present; I actually kept my cool and completed my task. I never saw this individual's eyes do that again during my course of rendering care.
Many people have occasionally seen the true spirit of others via the windows of the soul, and sometimes they see this on television (as was the case with Oprah). George H/W. Bush debating Clinton is also proof of this phenomena, and so much response was made about it that CNN had to pull the video and leave a transcript in its place. Here's a slow motion look at this video that was pulled. Judge for yourself:
If videos are so harmless, then how come CNN pulled the video and left a transcript without an explanation? Let's hear about your experiences then. Anyone can say "you don't know me."
Actually my source for the CNN video pull was David Icke. And Alex Jones disagrees with him on a lot of things.
I don't stir pots. I reply to responders. And I can also admit when I'm wrong, and apologize. I have yet to see you do such.