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  • Bradford Riley
    Vocals: Verna Felton (Fairy Godmother) Music: Mack David, Al Hoffman Lyrics: Jerry Livingston [Fairy Godmother:] Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 8, 2003
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      Vocals: Verna Felton (Fairy Godmother)
      Music: Mack David, Al Hoffman
      Lyrics: Jerry Livingston
       
      [Fairy Godmother:]
      Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
      Put 'em together and what have you got
      bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
       
      Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
      It'll do magic believe it or not
      bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
       
      Salagadoola means mechicka booleroo
      But the thingmabob that does the job is
      bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
       
      Salagadoola menchicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
      Put 'em together and what have you got
      bibbidi-bobbidi bibbidi-bobbidi bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
       
      Bradford comments;
       
      I was working with a young girl with Turrets syndrome, the only thing that would calm her, was when I said the magic incantation Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo... The little girl was only 3rd grade 9 years old if that. This certainly need more chemical answers to where and how this disturbance continued to break in on her little soul. But it was Bibbidi bobbidi boo, that helped me maintain the hard, hard compass to her soul that day. There is always Pycnogenol.
       
      There are several points on the compass that one could refer to in relation to those who Prefer to keep (a.) the Relgious and the Scientific on different tracks. But it is not the case. (b.) Anthro-speak is perhaps is too advanced a thinking mechanism for some. (c.) difference in poltical standpoints. And of course there are other aspects of the compass one could take.
       
      Certainly it jars one to understand that Science and Spiritual science are tied together and compliment each other. It is important to understand that to go to the Dentist, to either get a tooth pulled or to feel like one is at a Dentist office when one reads Anthro-speak, takes nothing from the fact that the Astral body of both man, insects and animals are influenced by nerve agents. Novocaine numbs the nervous system. But let us move on. 
       
       
      "Russian doctors treating hostages for the inhalation of the gas deployed during the Moscow theatre siege are using an antidote supplied by the Russian military for a rare form of nerve agent developed in the 1970s, according to chemical warfare experts. Clumsy use of the mysterious nerve agent caused the deaths of at least 115 hostages in addition to disabling most of the 50 Chechen hostage-takers.
       
      "The antidote being used is for the group of nerve agents related to the gas BZ, developed by the US military in the 1970s. BZ is a "glycolate" which attacks the central nervous system. It was developed by the US Department of Defence and is considered non-lethal if applied correctly. "
       
      Bradford comments;
       
      Now establishing a Word like Astral body-Nervous System - and undestanding how - For those who are limited to Arthurian references, it is drawing the Astral body out of the sheath of the Spine or Drawing the Sword from the Stone. So this Astral body, Sympathetic and Parasympathetic have been under nerve agent attack. But what does this mean in the Religious Sphere. It means that the control and containment or modification of the nervous system leads to how we initmately develop our human astral body, our emotional tastes, political affilitations, tastes in painting, The Thought world and brain world we use and finally this develops into this big fat ugly word called Spirit Self, but that means we begin to actually see the pieces of the puzzle, or parts of it, that Science has left out.
       
       
      Next we begin to understand Nerve Agent and Chemical Warfare intentions and we also see that if used against the human I AM- The higher faculties will not achieve the Spirit Self. If one actually has real questions, instead of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo, perhaps we can discuss them. If Religion is some little department in the corner of your soul, safe from the intrusion of chemical warfare...You may not understand Anthro-Speak.
       
      By Geoffrey Lean and Severin Carrell
       
      The US is preparing to use the toxic riot- control agents CS gas and
      pepper spray in Iraq in contravention of the Chemical Weapons
      Convention, provoking the first split in the Anglo-US alliance.
      "Calmative" gases, similar to the one that killed 120 hostages in the
      Moscow theatre siege last year, could also be employed.
       
      The convention bans the use of these toxic agents in battle, not least
      because they risk causing an escalation to full chemical warfare. This
      applies even though they can be used in civil disturbances at home:
      both CS gas and pepper spray are available for use by UK police
      forces. The US Marine Corps confirmed last week that both had already
      been shipped to the Gulf.
       
      It is British policy not to allow troops to take part in operations
      where riot control agents are employed. But the US Defence Secretary,
      Donald Rumsfeld, has asked President Bush to authorise their use. Mr
      Bush, who has often spoken of "smoking out" the enemy, is understood
      to have agreed.
       
      Internal Pentagon documents also show that the US is developing a
      range of calmative gases, also banned for battlefield use. Senior US
      defence sources predict these could be used in Iraq by elite special
      forces units to take out command and control bunkers deep underground.
       
      Rear Admiral Stephen Baker, a Navy commander in the last Gulf War who
      is now senior adviser to the Centre for Defence Information in
      Washington, told The Independent on Sunday that US special forces had
      knock-out gases that can "neutralise" people. He added: "I would think
      that if they get a chance to use them, they will."
       
      The Pentagon said last week that the decision to use riot control
      agents "is made by the commander in the field".
       
      Mr Rumsfeld became the first senior figure on either side of the
      impending conflict to announce his wish to use chemical agents in a
      little-noticed comment to the House of Representatives Armed Services
      Committee on 5 February ? the same day as Colin Powell's presentation
      of intelligence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction to the UN.
       
      The Defence Secretary attacked the "straitjacket" imposed by bans in
      international treaties on using the weapons in warfare. He specified
      that they could be used "where there are enemy troops in a cave [and]
      you know there are women and children in there with them". General
      Richard Myers, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke of
      using them against human shields.
       
      The revelations leave the Bush administration open to charges of
      double standards at a time when it is making Iraq's suspected arsenal
      of chemical and biological weapons the casus belli. Charles Kennedy,
      leader of the Liberal Democrats, said last night: "This all adds to
      the confusion over how the war will be conducted. If the argument with
      Saddam Hussein is over disarming him of weapons of mass destruction,
      it is perverse of the US to push the boundaries of international
      chemical warfare conventions in order to subdue him."
       
      Leading experts and Whitehall officials fear that using even pepper
      spray and CS gas would destroy the credibility of the Chemical Weapons
      Convention, provoke Iraqi chemical retaliation and set a disastrous
      legal precedent. Professor Julian Perry Robinson, one of the world's
      foremost authorities on the convention, said: "Legally speaking, Iraq
      would be totally justified in releasing chemical weapons over the UK
      if the alliance uses them in Baghdad.
       
      "When the war is over and these things have been used they will have
      been legitimised as a tool of war, and the principle of toxic weapons
      being banned will have gone. The difference between these weapons and
      nerve gas is simply one of structural chemistry."
       
      The Ministry of Defence has warned the US that it will not allow
      British troops to be involved in operations where riot control agents
      are used, or to transport them to the battlefield, but Britain is even
      more concerned about the calmatives. This is shown by documents
      obtained by the Texas-based Sunshine Project under the US Freedom of
      Information Act. These reveal that the US is developing calmatives ?
      including sedatives such as the benzodiazapines, diazepam,
      dexmeditomide and new drugs that affect the nervous system ? even
      though it accepts that "the convention would prohibit the development
      of any chemically based agent that would even temporarily incapacitate
      a human being".
       
      A special working group of the Federation of American Scientists
      concluded last month that using even the mildest of these weapons to
      incapacitate people would kill 9 per cent of them. It added: "Chemical
      incapacitating weapons are as likely as bullets to cause death."
       
      The use of chemical weapons by US forces was explicitly banned by
      President Gerald Ford in 1975 after CS gas had been repeatedly used in
      Vietnam to smoke out enemy soldiers and then kill them as they ran
      away. Britain would be in a particularly sensitive position if the US
      used the weapons as it drafted the convention and is still seen
      internationally as its most important guardian.
       
      The Foreign Office said: "All states parties to the Chemical Weapons
      Convention have undertaken not to use any toxic chemical or its
      precursor, including riot-control agents. This applies in any armed
      conflict."

      This article from NYTimes.com, March 4, 2003
    • Bradford Riley
      Vocals: Verna Felton (Fairy Godmother) Music: Mack David, Al Hoffman Lyrics: Jerry Livingston [Fairy Godmother:] Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 8, 2003
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        Vocals: Verna Felton (Fairy Godmother)
        Music: Mack David, Al Hoffman
        Lyrics: Jerry Livingston

        [Fairy Godmother:]
        Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
        Put 'em together and what have you got
        bibbidi-bobbidi-boo

        Salagadoola mechicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
        It'll do magic believe it or not
        bibbidi-bobbidi-boo

        Salagadoola means mechicka booleroo
        But the thingmabob that does the job is
        bibbidi-bobbidi-boo

        Salagadoola menchicka boola bibbidi-bobbidi-boo
        Put 'em together and what have you got
        bibbidi-bobbidi bibbidi-bobbidi bibbidi-bobbidi-boo

        Bradford comments;

        I was working with a young girl with Turrets syndrome, the only thing that
        would calm her, was when I said the magic incantation Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo...
        The little girl was only 3rd grade 9 years old if that. This certainly need
        more chemical answers to where and how this disturbance continued to break
        in on her little soul. But it was Bibbidi bobbidi boo, that helped me
        maintain the hard, hard compass to her soul that day. There is always
        Pycnogenol.

        There are several points on the compass that one could refer to in relation
        to those who Prefer to keep (a.) the Relgious and the Scientific on
        different tracks. But it is not the case. (b.) Anthro-speak is perhaps is
        too advanced a thinking mechanism for some. (c.) difference in poltical
        standpoints. And of course there are other aspects of the compass one could
        take.

        Certainly it jars one to understand that Science and Spiritual science are
        tied together and compliment each other. It is important to understand that
        to go to the Dentist, to either get a tooth pulled or to feel like one is at
        a Dentist office when one reads Anthro-speak, takes nothing from the fact
        that the Astral body of both man, insects and animals are influenced by
        nerve agents. Novocaine numbs the nervous system. But let us move on.

        http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,3604,820655,00.html

        "Russian doctors treating hostages for the inhalation of the gas deployed
        during the Moscow theatre siege are using an antidote supplied by the
        Russian military for a rare form of nerve agent developed in the 1970s,
        according to chemical warfare experts. Clumsy use of the mysterious nerve
        agent caused the deaths of at least 115 hostages in addition to disabling
        most of the 50 Chechen hostage-takers.

        "The antidote being used is for the group of nerve agents related to the gas
        BZ, developed by the US military in the 1970s. BZ is a "glycolate" which
        attacks the central nervous system. It was developed by the US Department of
        Defence and is considered non-lethal if applied correctly. "

        Bradford comments;

        Now establishing a Word like Astral body-Nervous System - and undestanding
        how - For those who are limited to Arthurian references, it is drawing the
        Astral body out of the sheath of the Spine or Drawing the Sword from the
        Stone. So this Astral body, Sympathetic and Parasympathetic have been under
        nerve agent attack. But what does this mean in the Religious Sphere. It
        means that the control and containment or modification of the nervous system
        leads to how we initmately develop our human astral body, our emotional
        tastes, political affilitations, tastes in painting, The Thought world and
        brain world we use and finally this develops into this big fat ugly word
        called Spirit Self, but that means we begin to actually see the pieces of
        the puzzle, or parts of it, that Science has left out.

        Next we begin to understand Nerve Agent and Chemical Warfare intentions and
        we also see that if used against the human I AM- The higher faculties will
        not achieve the Spirit Self. If one actually has real questions, instead of
        Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo, perhaps we can discuss them. If Religion is some little
        department in the corner of your soul, safe from the intrusion of chemical
        warfare...You may not understand Anthro-Speak.

        By Geoffrey Lean and Severin Carrell

        The US is preparing to use the toxic riot- control agents CS gas and
        pepper spray in Iraq in contravention of the Chemical Weapons
        Convention, provoking the first split in the Anglo-US alliance.
        "Calmative" gases, similar to the one that killed 120 hostages in the
        Moscow theatre siege last year, could also be employed.

        The convention bans the use of these toxic agents in battle, not least
        because they risk causing an escalation to full chemical warfare. This
        applies even though they can be used in civil disturbances at home:
        both CS gas and pepper spray are available for use by UK police
        forces. The US Marine Corps confirmed last week that both had already
        been shipped to the Gulf.

        It is British policy not to allow troops to take part in operations
        where riot control agents are employed. But the US Defence Secretary,
        Donald Rumsfeld, has asked President Bush to authorise their use. Mr
        Bush, who has often spoken of "smoking out" the enemy, is understood
        to have agreed.

        Internal Pentagon documents also show that the US is developing a
        range of calmative gases, also banned for battlefield use. Senior US
        defence sources predict these could be used in Iraq by elite special
        forces units to take out command and control bunkers deep underground.

        Rear Admiral Stephen Baker, a Navy commander in the last Gulf War who
        is now senior adviser to the Centre for Defence Information in
        Washington, told The Independent on Sunday that US special forces had
        knock-out gases that can "neutralise" people. He added: "I would think
        that if they get a chance to use them, they will."

        The Pentagon said last week that the decision to use riot control
        agents "is made by the commander in the field".

        Mr Rumsfeld became the first senior figure on either side of the
        impending conflict to announce his wish to use chemical agents in a
        little-noticed comment to the House of Representatives Armed Services
        Committee on 5 February ? the same day as Colin Powell's presentation
        of intelligence about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction to the UN.

        The Defence Secretary attacked the "straitjacket" imposed by bans in
        international treaties on using the weapons in warfare. He specified
        that they could be used "where there are enemy troops in a cave [and]
        you know there are women and children in there with them". General
        Richard Myers, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke of
        using them against human shields.

        The revelations leave the Bush administration open to charges of
        double standards at a time when it is making Iraq's suspected arsenal
        of chemical and biological weapons the casus belli. Charles Kennedy,
        leader of the Liberal Democrats, said last night: "This all adds to
        the confusion over how the war will be conducted. If the argument with
        Saddam Hussein is over disarming him of weapons of mass destruction,
        it is perverse of the US to push the boundaries of international
        chemical warfare conventions in order to subdue him."

        Leading experts and Whitehall officials fear that using even pepper
        spray and CS gas would destroy the credibility of the Chemical Weapons
        Convention, provoke Iraqi chemical retaliation and set a disastrous
        legal precedent. Professor Julian Perry Robinson, one of the world's
        foremost authorities on the convention, said: "Legally speaking, Iraq
        would be totally justified in releasing chemical weapons over the UK
        if the alliance uses them in Baghdad.

        "When the war is over and these things have been used they will have
        been legitimised as a tool of war, and the principle of toxic weapons
        being banned will have gone. The difference between these weapons and
        nerve gas is simply one of structural chemistry."

        The Ministry of Defence has warned the US that it will not allow
        British troops to be involved in operations where riot control agents
        are used, or to transport them to the battlefield, but Britain is even
        more concerned about the calmatives. This is shown by documents
        obtained by the Texas-based Sunshine Project under the US Freedom of
        Information Act. These reveal that the US is developing calmatives ?
        including sedatives such as the benzodiazapines, diazepam,
        dexmeditomide and new drugs that affect the nervous system ? even
        though it accepts that "the convention would prohibit the development
        of any chemically based agent that would even temporarily incapacitate
        a human being".

        A special working group of the Federation of American Scientists
        concluded last month that using even the mildest of these weapons to
        incapacitate people would kill 9 per cent of them. It added: "Chemical
        incapacitating weapons are as likely as bullets to cause death."

        The use of chemical weapons by US forces was explicitly banned by
        President Gerald Ford in 1975 after CS gas had been repeatedly used in
        Vietnam to smoke out enemy soldiers and then kill them as they ran
        away. Britain would be in a particularly sensitive position if the US
        used the weapons as it drafted the convention and is still seen
        internationally as its most important guardian.

        The Foreign Office said: "All states parties to the Chemical Weapons
        Convention have undertaken not to use any toxic chemical or its
        precursor, including riot-control agents. This applies in any armed
        conflict."

        This article from NYTimes.com, March 4, 2003



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