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Wednesday 8 October 2014

Conscious Evolution for the sake of our future, signs of ‘connected consciousness’ detected on global scale

Humanity is now experiencing the birth pangs of a global social transformation the likes of which have never experienced in recorded history. Never in the history of human life on this planet has there been such a grave and serious threat of the planet that we live on becoming uninhabitable because of the actions of one species that has asserted its dominance. 

Nearly everyone feels that something big is happening, although the reasons being proclaimed for this are as numerous as the stars, thanks to peoples’ various belief systems, subjective perceptions and current levels of knowledge and information about what is going on.

Thursday 2 October 2014

First Ebola patient in USA accidently released from hospital in Dallas

The body of Sonny Boy Williams, 21, hours after he was picked up alive from his home in Monrovia, Liberia. The man who flew to Dallas and was later found to have the Ebola virus, identified by Liberian officials as Thomas Eric Duncan, helped Mr. Williams carry his sister, Marthalene Williams, 19, who was stricken by Ebola, to and from a hospital last month. She died the next day. Credit: Daniel Berehulak for The New York Times

Miscommunication at the hospital led to Dallas' Ebola patient's release just with antibiotics. After being released, he has been in contact with dozens of people who are being tracked, 5 students in isolation now in their homes.  The first patient diagnosed in the United States with the Ebola virus has been identified as Thomas Eric Duncan from Liberia. 

Duncan, identified by The Associated Press, remained in isolation at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas on Wednesday in serious condition.
He was taken to the hospital in critical condition Sunday from a home in the Vickery Meadow neighborhood of northeast Dallas. Duncan had sought treatment at the hospital two days earlier, but was sent home with antibiotics.

During that first visit, his sister told AP, Duncan informed emergency room workers that he was from Liberia, the West African nation hardest hit by Ebola.
Regretfully that information was not fully communicated throughout the full team,” said Dr. Mark Lester, executive vice president of Texas Health Resources. Lester said the team thought Duncan had a "low-grade common viral disease."