The Awakening of the UsuryFree Creatives

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The Awakening of the UsuryFree Creatives
By Tommy UsuryFree

During the past twenty-five years, the thoughts and actions of the pioneering usuryfree creatives have spread from rural British Columbia to countries all over the world, making a profound impact not only in the movement of usuryfree living, but also in the overall achievement of consciousness-raising of the whole planet.

While cultural creatives are said to be the leading edge creators of a new global culture, the usuryfree creatives are defined as a significant sub-group within the 50+ million cultural creatives who are described in the book The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World‚ authored by Paul H. Ray, Ph.D. and Sherry Ruth Anderson, Ph.D.

Usuryfree creatives are re-educating themselves about our orthodox system of usury-based economics. Through a self-imposed process of re-education, usuryfree creatives are transforming the consciousness of we-the-people. Indeed, usuryfree creatives from all across Canada (and the world) are un-learning the lies, deceit and deception that have been foisted upon them and their ancestors for centuries as they read books, attend lectures and follow self-imposed courses of study using the world wide web of resources available on the internet.

The usuryfree creatives are re-learning the basics of wealth creation from a unique perspective. Proposals for usuryfree community currency projects are surfacing from many different individuals and groups. Though only some of these blossoming projects are focused on usuryfree time currency, given the ease of modern technology, their respective infrastructures can be easily adapted to use the optimal unit of a time-based currency which can be traded globally without the headaches of exchange rates.

These usuryfree creatives admit to formerly being financially enslaved as debtors, otherwise defined as victims entrapped in a culture of usury. As debtors they were subservient to their greedy creditors (bankers) whose economic domination is evidenced by their theft of wealth from the middle class by the exacting of compound usury.

As debtors and for lack of knowledge about how the design flaw of usury really functions, they were submerged in a painful economic reality in which the experience of usuryfree living was forever illusive. Only recently, have the debtors been offered resources to facilitate their re-education process.

Thanks to the pioneering usuryfree creatives, debtors are now learning that the current, usury-based system of orthodox economics is forever causing the debtors to experience economic pain because the design flaw of usury malfunctions to cause wars, violence, poverty, scarcity and lack.

Usuryfree creatives commonly confront the many problems caused by the design flaw of usury and turn their attention to the usuryfree community currency movement as one of the major planks in any platform that seeks to abolish the culture of usury.

Over the past twenty-five years, the usuryfree creatives have engaged in a process of study and active participation that has produced various workable exchange and/or trading models that are being implemented in local communities all over the world.

From situations of active participation in the struggle to liberate debtors chained by the albatross of usury, these usuryfree creatives are liberating men and women as they evolve towards a usuryfree lifestyle. These usuryfree creatives are developing a new economic perspective which is authentically different and which seeks to facilitate the transition to a concrete reality of usuryfree living in this 21st Century.

These innovative thoughts on the philosophy of usuryfree living first emerged in the early 1980's after Michael Linton created the usuryfree LETS (Local Employment Trading System) software. The LETSystem model has been widely used in local communities all over the world since 1982. Pioneering usuryfree creatives have written and published many articles, booklets, and books during the latter years of the 20th Century. As we progress into this 21st Century, active usuryfree creatives are producing CDs and DVDs as well as hosting live seminars and workshops.

The latest DVD commonly promoted within the usuryfree community currency movement is Money As Debt by Paul Grignon. Since its release in the summer of 2006, it has been lauded as an excellent introductory lesson about the creation of money as debt and the growth of any debt as accelerated by the design flaw of usury.

Indeed, usuryfree creatives are becoming aware of the abstractness and sterility of the conventional and erroneous teachings by orthodox economists. And they are excited about evolving processes midst our ongoing struggle to experience the reality of usuryfree living in this incarnation.

Usuryfree creatives are encouraged when men of the stature of Peter Keonig, an international lecturer from Switzerland hosts seminars about liberating your life, liberating your money, because it demonstrates the awakening of the group consciousness, while negating formerly accepted limits and opening doors to the reality of usuryfree living.

Peter operates on some basic assumptions about money, one of which is that in the future we may expect a time where we have the opportunity to buy things and trade with each other in a multiplicity of different currencies. Peter concurs with the usuryfree creatives who explain that the most empowering element of these modern community currencies are that indeed, they are without interest or otherwise usuryfree.

For complete details about Peter Koenig's Money Seminars for 2007, including those in Ottawa, Ontario, Montreal and Quebec City, Quebec, Canada in February 2007, visit his website

Usuryfree creatives believe that the development of an online database that will serve to facilitate trades/exchanges locally, nationally and internationally will inevitably lead to the ultimate financial freedom for everyone on this planet.

In fact, the pioneering usuryfree creatives anticipate that such an online database will accelerate the mission of usuryfree living and mark the beginning of a new era of peace, prosperity, and abundance for all.

Indeed, the thoughts and experiences of the pioneering usuryfree creatives are making significant contributions towards creating the reality of usuryfree living for everyone in this 21st Century.


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nbc4.tv
January 19, 2007

LOS ANGELES -- The number of children being diagnosed with autism is on the rise. Improved detection could be one reason. A new study has many experts believing environmental toxins may play a bigger role than you may think.

Many parents believe that there is a link between mercury in vaccines and autism.

NBC4's Dr. Bruce Hensel said that has not been proven and the findings suggest there may be links to other toxins.

The Centers for Disease Control said autism spectrum disorders affect one in every 166 children. The cause is still unknown, but there is focus on a possible link between the condition and pesticides.

"There's so much we don't know about the long term and short term effects of pesticides on the developing child," said Dr. Claudia Miller.

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How Thinking Can Change the Brain

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The Wall Street Journal Online
WSJ.com
SCIENCE JOURNAL
By SHARON BEGLEY
January 19, 2007; Page B1

Dalai Lama Helps Scientists Show the Power of the Mind To Sculpt Our Gray Matter

Although science and religion are often in conflict, the Dalai Lama takes a different approach. Every year or so the head of Tibetan Buddhism invites a group of scientists to his home in Dharamsala, in Northern India, to discuss their work and how Buddhism might contribute to it. In 2004 the subject was neuroplasticity, the ability of the brain to change its structure and function in response to experience. The following are vignettes adapted from "Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain," which describes this emerging area of science:

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NATURALLY Speaking
By Christopher C. Barr
January 22, 2007

New laws for old?

Laws banning trans fats are becoming all the rage – and rage is coming from both those for and against such laws.

A New York City ban passed last month doesn’t actually take effect for quite some time and even then, only in limited steps. Interest about similar legislation has spread in big cities across the nation from Chicago to Los Angeles. Possibilities about such a law even came home to roost in discussions of the Arkansas legislature last week.

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The New York Times
January 20, 2007
By ALEX BERENSON

Stepping up government investigations into Eli Lilly’s marketing of its best-selling drug Zyprexa, state prosecutors in Illinois and Vermont have demanded that the company turn over information about the way it promoted the medication.

On Thursday, lawyers from the consumer protection division of the Illinois attorney general’s office demanded that Lilly hand over marketing materials, e-mail messages, and other documents with information about promotion of Zyprexa. Vermont investigators issued a similar order yesterday morning.

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NewsTarget.com
January 4 2007
by Mike Adams

I keep hearing stories of how people are changing their diet and amazing their doctors in terms of the positive change they've been able to make. One person I spoke with had been given a prescription for a high cholesterol drug by his doctor, and was told that changing his diet alone could only lower his cholesterol 10 points. He was told he would need to be on statin drugs for the rest of his life. Refusing to believe that information, he did not fill the prescription and instead started altering his diet, removing animal products, cheese and fried foods, and boosting his consumption of blueberries and other nutrient-dense superfoods.

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Orthomolecular Medicine News Service
January 17, 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(OMNS 17 Jan 2007) The world’s largest medical library is biased, say physicians and educators. The US National Library of Medicine indexes most medical journals, and makes them instantly accessible through NLM’s electronic Medline database. However, the peer-reviewed Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, continually published for 41 years, remains conspicuous by its absence from the library’s listings. JOM publishes high-dose vitamin therapy studies and is read by physicians and scientists in over 35 countries. Some critics are now accusing NLM of information censorship, which, they maintain, is grossly inappropriate for a taxpayer-funded public library.

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By Greg Ciola
January 18, 2007
NewsWithViews.com

According to Byron Richards, the FDA is out-of-control. It is a bully police force standing up for the profits of drug companies at the expense of health for Americans. It has far exceeded any legislative mandate and is blatantly involved in an abuse of Constitutional power.

In this eye opening interview, the FDA’s deceptions and drug-company profit schemes are revealed and the scam of the sickness industry is made clear. Health freedom is under attack and this interview will help arm you with invaluable information that you can use to take charge of your health.

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By Elizabeth Williamson
Washington Post Staff Writer
January 15, 2007

Site to Allow Anonymous Posts of Government Documents

You're a government worker in China, and you've just gotten a memo showing the true face of the regime. Without any independent media around, how do you share what you have without landing in jail or worse?

Wikileaks.org is a Web-based way for people with damning, potentially helpful or just plain embarrassing government documents to make them public without leaving fingerprints. Modeled on the participatory, online encyclopedia Wikipedia, the site is expected to go live within the next two months.

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The Post Standard
Syracuse, New York
Mental health awareness
January 14, 2007
By Rebecca James

Every fifth-grader and ninth-grader in Cortland County if their parents give permission will be screened for mental health problems in a program that starts this month.

The screening, expected to be repeated annually, is part of an effort by local and state health officials to draw more attention to the importance of mental health treatment.

"We want to raise awareness that mental health issues are in essence no different than other physical issues, such as heart disease," said Garra Lloyd-Lester, director of youth services development for Cortland County Mental Health. "It's not a personality flaw. It's nothing to be ashamed of."

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