Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Doomsday 2012 Hoax Debunked!!!

Doomsday 2012 Hoax: NASA Scientist David Morrison Debunks End Of World Theories

Lee Speigel Posted: Updated: 11/18/2012 1:02 pm EST

Is the world going to end right in the middle of the upcoming holiday season? While that wouldn't be good for retail sales, many people feel that Dec. 21, 2012 is a date that will linger in our minds forever -- assuming we all survive the calamities that are supposedly headed our way.
The ancient Mayan civilization calendar is believed to end this year on Dec. 21. And somehow, through word-of-mouth, movies, books, the Internet, etc., a cult-like belief system has sprung up in our culture suggesting any number of awful things will take place on that date.
Some of these include:
  • An unknown planet on a collision path with Earth.
  • A close encounter between Earth and a black hole in deep space.
  • More natural disasters around our planet.
  • A shifting of Earth's magnetic poles.
But where did all of these rumors actually start?
Many believe it goes back thousands of years to the ancient Sumerian culture who reportedly discovered a twelfth planet they called Nibiru -- aka Planet X -- which was predicted to have a close encounter with Earth in 2003.
When that didn't happen, a new Doomsday was moved to December 2012.
On the other hand, there are some who believe the December date heralds not doom and gloom, but a more positive transformative experience for Earth and its inhabitants.
It all sounds rather sketchy, especially to a scientist.
"It's all a hoax, and it's based on absolutely no factual information. None of the things that are supposed to happen are real, and so it's kind of hard to even have a scientific discussion about what they're worried about because there's no science there," said David Morrison, a leading space scientist and director of the Carl Sagan Center for Study of Life in the Universe at the SETI Institute in California.
Watch this Doomsday video with David Morrison

While SETI scientists are involved with the ongoing search for extraterrestrial intelligence, they also want to quiet any fears the public has about the alleged Doomsday.
To that end, Morrison created a special Doomsday 2012 Fact Sheet in September that's posted on both SETI and NASA websites.
According to this fact sheet, "opinion polls suggest that one in 10 Americans worry about whether they will survive past December 21 of this year."
"Think about that. It means when you walk down the street and look around, there are 25 million people who presumably have no stake in anything because their world's going to end in [December]. That is scary," Morrison told The Huffington Post.
When Morrison was researching information for his Doomsday fact sheet, he didn't find anything that confirmed that the Mayans left us any dire predictions.
"The Maya scholars I've talked to say flat out they did not make any such predictions. The question then is does their calendar end? Well, that's not true, either, because there are written references to dates that are hundreds of years in the future, which indicates the calendar must keep going," he said.
"So, this is not a Maya thing -- they don't think anything bad's going to happen, and it's only meaningful if you believe the Maya could predict the future."
Morrison assured HuffPost that he's not building a bunker in his backyard to protect himself and his loved ones.
"I am not. And that's a whole other thing that's part of this mythology about how the government has been frantically building bunkers to house millions of people underground -- the elite, of course, not the rest of us. And that's just crazy."

Check out this video about the ancient Sumerians and Planet X 

There is, however, one part of this whole Doomsday scenario that the NASA/SETI scientist is very concerned about.
"I think it is wrong to put out a website or make a YouTube video in order to frighten children," he said. "That is something we should be truly offended by. And my main concern is that children have said they are contemplating suicide. A science teacher in Stockton, Calif., said the parents of two of her students told her they were planning to kill the children and themselves in a family suicide before the 21st of December.

"For children who are asking, 'Will Christmas come this year, Daddy?' I think that's evil," Morrison said.
That's also a concern of Jonathan Alpert, a New York City-based psychotherapist and author of "Be Fearless: Change Your Life in 28 Days."
"I have adults who see me and have beliefs that the world is ending, and they have kids, so it permeates into the kids' thinking," Alpert told HuffPost. "They're instilling fear in their young ones. Kids learn from adults, so if you're a kid and you witness your parents getting frenetic and anxious around the end of the world, and they're hoarding water and this and that, then naturally you'll develop a similar response."
Alpert says that, even though scientists reject the Doomsday scenario, it still affects people.
"In a way, it's like a folklore," Alpert explained. "People want to feel like they're part of something. They want to believe in things, even if those things are somewhat outrageous. There's a feeling of belonging-ness."
To help parents and children cope with any Doomsday issues, Alpert offers some advice.
"I would say stick with the facts. Kids are impressionable and easily influenced and ideas can be perpetuated in an unhealthy way, so parents should certainly take an active role in knowing what their kids are being exposed to and subsequently re-educating their kids."

Monday, November 26, 2012

Hypnotherapist Yvonne Smith Inaugurates “CERO International"


Hypnotherapist Yvonne Smith Inaugurates “CERO International"
November 26, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A. - Internationally recognized hypnotherapist Yvonne Smith, who formed the private support group Close Encounters Resource Organization (CERO) over 20 years ago,  announces the debut event of open-to-the-pubic “CERO International” on January 12, 2012.  
Smith has conducted monthly CERO  Los Angeles area support group meetings of subjects suffering from PTSD  since 1991.  Now the open-to-the-public CERO International  steps outside of and supplements its closed door support group meetings by expanding nationally and internationally.  Hosting world renowned top-notch researchers and experiencers,  CERO International will and educate the general public about the reality of the UFO phenomenon and the trauma to which experiencers may be subjected
CERO International’s  inaugural meeting hosts UFO experiencer Travis Walton and two of his fellow worker witnesses, John Goulette and Steve Pierce, who were with him that fateful "Fire in the Sky" day,
The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. on January 12, 2013 at the Palm Garden Hotel, 495 N. Ventu Park Rd., Thousand Oaks, California, U.S.A.
Admission is $20 and tickets may be ordered at www.CEROInternational.com.
For further information contact Yvonne Smith,   Yvonne @Ysmith.com or 818-383-6903

CERO International is an exciting new branch of CERO,  Close Encounters Resource Organization,  which was founded in 1991 by Certified Hypnotherapist, Yvonne Smith.  The original CERO has for over 20 years conducted monthly support group meetings as a resource and safe-haven for experiencers of  alien abductions or close encounters .
CERO International  branches out from the “local” Southern California nature of its support group, and by expanding nationally and internationally,  will provide information, support and cutting-edge world wide UFO  presentations and news.
By hosting presentations by experiencers and researchers  of international reputation,  CERO International will step outside of and supplement its closed door support group meetings and educate the general public about the reality of the UFO phenomenon and the trauma to which experiencers may be subjected.

Smith began researching the UFO phenomenon in the late 1980s. After 2 years of studies and 1000 hours of internship a California Hypnosis Motivation Institute, the only accredited hypnosis college in the United States, she received her hypnotherapy certification in 1990. Specializing in cases of post traumatic stress disorder, she uses her hypnotherapy skills to assist such victims to work through their anxiety, with many of her subjects referred to her by physicians and psychiatrists who believe Smith’s expertise can benefit their patients. In fact, many such patients are themselves doctors, university professors, military, engineers, lawyers, domestic and foreign pilots other professionals and many non-professionals, sometimes flying from other countries to meet with Smith in Los Angeles.

In UFO circles, whenever there is a reported “sighting” UFO investigators emphasize and evaluate whether the experiencer’s description supports, or not, the reality of a UFO contact. However, the emphasis of recognized regressive hypnotherapy expert Yvonne Smith concerns the too frequently ignored emotional trauma on the experiencer of their encounter.

Because Smith (who is internationally known in UFO circles as simply "hypnotherapist Yvonne") observed that many of the PTSD cases being referred to her involved subjects describing similar patterns of UFO abduction encounters, she founded Close Encounters Resource Organization [CERO] as a monthly-meeting support group for such individuals in 1992. She was also on the board of the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support (OPUS) which furthers support for such subjects.
In addition to being a hypnotherapist “in demand”, since 1991 Yvonne has traveled extensively, presenting lectures in the United States at M.I.T. and several other universities, at many American “UFO” conferences. The Roswell International UFO Museum annually invites Yvonne to present multiple lectures, be a panel member, and be moderator of their investigator panel. She has also lectured and conducted many standing-room-only and record breaking experiencer sessions at the International UFO Congress in Nevada, U.S.A., and has also lectured for several years at international conferences from South America to Europe.
As the foremost female hypnotherapist in this field, in the 1990s Yvonne traveled on a lecture tour with hypnotherapy colleagues the late Dr. John Mack of Harvard and pioneer Budd Hopkins, and also David Jacobs, PhD. of Temple University.

Yvonne has made hundreds of television and radio appearances. ABC News selected Yvonne to respond in a televised news special to Stephen Hawking’s negative depiction of aliens. Comfortable in front of cameras, her American television appearances have included programs such as The History, Discovery, and Biography channels, The Montel Williams Show, Intruders, MSNBC, Encounters, Sightings, Joan Rivers, Rosanne Barr and The Leeza Show. Foreign t.v. projects have included Telemundo T.V., and Jaime Maussan Productions, Germany T.V., Australian, Canadian, and Italian television for broadcast to multiple countries. Having her living room turned into a television “studio” for many hours has been a common occurrence, and she is frequently a consultant to producers, directors and actors for movies and television programs in the works.
Yvonne’s regressive hypnotherapy was featured in the Biography channel’s film “Alien Intent” which was co-produced and narrated by prize winning author Whitley Strieber and also featured well known surgeon Dr.Roger Leir.

Yvonne has also been interviewed as a frequent radio program guest by such well known radio hosts as Coast to Coast with George Noory, Art Bell, Paul Harvey, Jerry Pippin, Dr. David Viscott, Joe Montaldo, , the Sweeps Fox “Radio Ireland” show, England’s “The Unexplained” and many other hosts who have broadcast Yvonne’s interviews to over to over 54 countries. Interviews of Yvonne have also been published in both United States and foreign publications, including the Nexus international publication.

With Travis Walton, Smith was a guest of a historic Coast to Coast 2012 broadcast which also included as guests, for their first their time in 35 years “on air” , two of Walton’s fellow workers who witnessed his abduction, only to then face murder charges. Coast2Coast expanded its traditional 3 hour format to 4 hours for this special presentation.

In addition to her many radio and TV interviews and participation, Yvonne with her CERO group, was asked by Disney’s Michael Eisner to participate in a Disney project involving release of their movie, “Alien Encounters” (1995).

Yvonne has also lectured and been a panel-member with well known colleagues, UFO researchers, writers and speakers such as Whitley Strieber, George Noory, Dr. Roger Leir, nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, Jesse Marcel, Jr., M.D., Paola Harris, John Carpenter, Maj.Robert Dean, ret., Jaime Maussan, Don Schmitt, Tom Carey, Steve Bassett, Linda Howe, Michael Lindemann, Travis Walton, Derrel Sims and others. She has also enjoyed conferences with former U.S. Apollo astronaut, Edgar Mitchell.

Yvonne is the author of “CHOSEN: Recollections of UFO Abductions Through Hypnotherapy” which exposes, with dramatic regressive hypnotherapy transcripts, the hidden memory trauma reality suffered by abductees.
Budd Hopkins and Yvonne are the subjects of the DVD, “Alien Hybrids & Clinical Hypnotherapy.” which is volume 1 from the Secrets of the Underground series.

Further, as a Co-Host with Maj. Robert Dean, NATO ret., Yvonne is the abduction hypnotherapist lecturer on Dreamland’s UFO Anthology Vol-1 DVD.

For more information about “CHOSEN” visit www.YSmith.com

ABOUT "CHOSEN: Recollections of UFO Abductions Through Hypnotherapy"
In CHOSEN Yvonne Smith, a certified hypnotherapist specializing in the use of hypnotherapy to assist those who suffer post traumatic stress as a result of "close encounters" reveals the trauma of such individuals experiences. Such abductees' experiences are more realistically described in CHOSEN than in previous publications due to many dramatic, unedited transcripts of subjects describing their trauma during their hypnotherapy.
In UFO circles, whenever there is a reported "sighting" UFO investigators emphasize and evaluate whether the experiencer's description supports, or not, the reality of a UFO contact. However, the emphasis of recognized regressive hypnotherapy expert Yvonne Smith concerns the too frequently ignored trauma on the experiencer of their encounter.
Different focuses: Typical UFO books about UFO sightings limit their attention to whether an event supports a UFO encounter. However, CHOSEN focuses on the emotional trauma caused to the experiencer .too frequently ignored by investigators.
CHOSEN...focuses uniquely on the effect the encounter has on the experiencer.
CHOSEN...uniquely contains dozens of startlingly candid and unedited transcripts of subjects' recollections of alien abductions, unblocked from hidden memory during regressive hypnotherapy sessions.
CHOSEN...reveals Yvonne Smith's skill as a post traumatic stress hypnotherapy specialist by probing deeply into her subjects' subconscious to release them from their trauma.
CHOSEN...provides the reader with information to consider, evaluate and decide.
Autographed copies of CHOSEN may be ordered at www.Ysmith.com

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