Categories Depression, Anxiety & Mental Health, DNA, the Brain & The Human Body, Fear, Ego, Depression & Stress, Health, Health & Medical, Natural Alternatives, Nutrition, Trauma & Healing, Wake UpSeptember 16th, 2016 By Jordan Fallis Guest writer for Wake Up World When I fell into a deep depression in 2010, I felt like I would…
At the end of your Earth plane existence, do you want to look back and say, “Yeah, I coasted through, pleasing others and staying as small and quiet as I could” or do you want to say, “I went out, searched for and found life! I said no when I knew it was not good for me and yes when it was. I took chances that scared me to death and was happy for them afterwards”.
During the course of your time here, you are given infinite choices that results in an infinite number of lifetimes….choose well and choose to live, my child! ~ Creator
First group to go on trial is HBOS bankers who are charged with fraudulent trading, money laundering, and corruption.
The first trial of its type will be heard at Southwark Crown Court. Some predict that this will open flood gates for similar trials in the UK and around the world.
Presstv.com reports: Two former senior HBOS managers and six other defendants will appear in court this month. The heavily postponed trial was originally scheduled to start in the beginning of the year. The defendants were initially charged in 2013.
Those charged also include bankers David Mills and Michael Bancroft, as well as their wives, who are accused of giving money and “numerous high-value gifts” to HBOS managers in exchange for favors.
The alleged scam was exposed by Thames Valley Police after a two year investigation code-named Operation Hornet.
HBOS collapsed in 2008 and was bought by UK-backed Lloyds TSB. Its one-time head of corporate lending, Peter Cummings, was fined £500,000 and was banned from the banking industry.
The British government bailed out Lloyds at the height of the financial crisis in 2008 at a cost of some £20 billion, handing the state a 43-percent stake in the bank.
There is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s disease, and while available treatments can temporarily slow the worsening of dementia symptoms and improve quality of life for those suffering from it, they cannot stop the disease from progressing altogether. But Israeli scientist Beka Solomon may have made a major breakthrough for Alzheimer’s and other brain diseases. The professor,…