More than 140 children were ritually killed in a single event in Peru more than 500 years ago. What could possibly have been the reason?…
More than 140 children and 200 young llamas appear to have been ritually sacrificed in an event that took place some 550 years ago on a wind-swept bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, in the shadow of what was then the sprawling capital of the Chimú Empire…
The skeletal remains of both children and animals show evidence of cuts to the sternum as well as rib dislocations, which suggest that the victims’ chests were cut open and pulled apart, perhaps to facilitate the removal of the heart.
The remains of three adults—a man and two women—were found in close proximity of the children and animals. Signs of blunt-force trauma to the head and a lack of grave goods with the adult bodies lead researchers to suspect that they may have played a role in the sacrifice event and were dispatched shortly thereafter.
One of the discovers was asked why. He said, “It’s impossible to know without a time machine.” Perhaps.
Maybe these kids were “unwanted”. Maybe they stopped Peruvian women from having careers. Maybe the adults found dead by “blunt-force trauma” were parents who decided not to go through with the post-birth abortions. Or maybe they were religious women who got caught praying for the end of the killings.
Anyway, who knew Planned Parenthood had branches in Peru so long ago?
Item Unlawful business practices: sexual orientation change efforts. This is a link to the California bill. It would ban things like “advertising, offering to engage in, or engaging in sexual orientation change efforts with an individual.”
“Sexual orientation change efforts” means any practices that seek to change an individual’s sexual orientation. This includes efforts to change behaviors or gender expressions, or to eliminate or reduce sexual or romantic attractions or feelings toward individuals of the same sex.
Sexual “orientation” is seen as something you are. You become your desire. And if your desire changes, which it often does in many, you become a new and different person. Just don’t tell California, or you could face jail.
It appears only those people who charge for services and books directed toward natural sexuality will be banned. People will still be allowed, for now, to hand these things out for free.
These therapies do work, despite California saying they do not. California lies, or California is not that bright. Both could be true. Watch this series of videos, with testimonials, from the late Dr. Joseph Nicolosi. Before YouTube designates them “hate” speech, that is.
The Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP) was a UK care pathway (excluding Wales) covering palliative care options for patients in the final days or hours of life. It was developed to help doctors and nurses provide quality end-of-life care. Now discredited, the LCP was widely abused as a ‘tick box exercise’, with patients being casually assessed as terminal, heavily sedated, and denied water so the diagnosis became self-fulfilling. Hospitals were also provided cash incentives to achieve targets for the number of patients dying on the LCP.
The Liverpool Care Pathway was developed by Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Liverpool’s Marie Curie Hospice in the late 1990s for the care of terminally ill cancer patients. The LCP was then extended to include all patients deemed dying. Its inflexible application by Nursing staff of Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust was subject to scrutiny after the poor care delivered to a relative of Rosie Cooper Member of Parliament.
While the initial reception was positive, it was heavily criticised in the media in 2009 and 2012 following the practical application by Liverpool Community Health care staff. In July 2013, the Department of Health released a statement which stated the use of the LCP should be “phased out over the next 6-12 months and replaced with an individual approach to end of life care for each patient”. However, The Telegraph reported that the program was just rebranded and that its supposed replacement would “perpetuate many of its worst practices, allowing patients to suffer days of dehydration, or to be sedated, leaving them unable to even ask for food or drink.”
This became relevant to the Alfie Evans case, and it is posted as a reminder that although the names have changed, the protocol has not. Doctors will either become executioners, or they will be out on their ears.