Time is not Linear – Cyclical Time and Free Will

by Wes Penre, September 21, 2010
Published here: Tuesday, September 21, 2010 @ 2:38 PM

The Pleiadians and the Tampering With Cyclical Time

The theory that time is cyclical rather than linear is not a new concept; it’s been “known” since antiquity. The theory goes that we are stuck in a “time loop”, which is cyclical. This means there is a beginning and an end (an alpha and an omega), a cycle which then repeats itself (and has done) over and over until we will be able to break out of this otherwise endless pattern of birth and rebirth in form of reincarnations. The reason we don’t notice we are in a loop is because we don’t live long enough in one lifetime to go through the whole cycle. One cycle may be tens of thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands of years, or more.

The Mayans had this concept of time as well, and according to them, we are now living in the end-times where one cycle ends and everything starts all over again from the beginning.

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Justice For Saira — Please Sign Petition

by Wes Penre, Sunday, August 1, 2010 @ 1:55 PM

This page has been updated! Please scroll to the bottom of the page!

I get quite a few emails about signing petitions when injustices have been made. Most of them are bringing up very important issues, and many people suffer. I mostly sign them if it’s a just cause, but in this case I decided to post it on my website (unfortunately I can’t post all the ones I get). Saira asked me if I had any ways to expose this further, and I felt  it’s what I want to do. So here it is. Please sign the petition too, like I did. These things really need to stop.

Here is the initial email I got from Sami:


My name is Sami Ahmed, I am a University student in London. I am contacting you because I have started a petition for my mum about a very important human right’s issue and would like you to sign this. I am campaigning endlessly for my mum and so far the petition has nearly 500 signatures from all over the world.

The aim of my petition is to demand a public apology from the Bangladesh government because 20 years ago they allowed the child marriage of my mum to a British paedophile, and to also press charges against the family she was married into. In addition to the horror my mum was subjected to, the government has also broken international law as they breached several articles in the Universal Bill of Human Rights.
You can view and sign this petition at:  www.tiny.cc/justiceforsaira

And join the Facebook group at: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=135416366474943&ref=mf

And here is a copy of the petition she wants you to sign. I’ve done it — it takes less than a minute.

Published by Sami Ahmed on Jun 04, 2010

Category: Human Rights
Region: GLOBAL
Target: The Bangladesh Government
Background (Preamble):
20 years ago the Bangladesh government broke international law when they allowed the child marriage of my mother, Saira Ahmed, to a British paedophile.The purpose of this petition is to generate enough support that the Bangladesh government will recognize that they have broken several articles in the Universal Bill of Human Rights and press charges against the family my mother was married into. All facts stated here are verified in my mother’s autobiography ‘Breaking Free by Saira Bronson’ and in the feature film that is in development.Currently I am emailing individuals from all walks of life for their support, including artists, civil servants and Human Rights activists.Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=135416366474943&ref=mfTwitter: http://twitter.com/iSamiAhmed
Justice For Saira
507 Signatures
Dear Sheikh Hasina, PM of BangladeshMy name is Sami Ahmed, I am a 19 year old University student and the daughter of author Saira Ahmed from London. Twenty years ago a serious violation of my mother’s human rights had occurred in Bangladesh, and I would like for the government of the time to recognize this and issue an official apology, in accordance to their commitment to the Universal Bill of Human Rights.When my mother was 13 or 14 years old her child marriage was arranged in Bangladesh to Muzibur ‘Nunu’ Rehman; a British-Bangladeshi man in his mid-20s. She was taken out of education against her will, and brought to England with this man and subjected to abuse and violence on every level imaginable. Soon after my mother fell pregnant with me and Social Services told her the day I was born, that he was a paedophile and a manic depressive. That day she decided to break free from him, and spent months in refuges and government given housing with me.We are now in a much better place in our lives, but neither of us have been able to return to Bangladesh, since her ex-husband’s brother, Shafikur “Farsu” Rehman was the Bangladesh Nationalist Party’s secretary in her town of Hobigonj when she lived there, and still has strong, corrupt, political connections and has threatened to kidnap me from my mother. This threat was since the day I was born, and continues until today. My maternal grandfather has since passed away, and we have not been to his grave, nor have I ever seen my maternal grandmother; I am her first grandchild. My mother has never exercised her right, under British law, to family support, nor under Muslim law has she demanded ‘Den Mohor’; the right to property assigned during the wedding.It is important for an individual to know their rights. It is my mother’s innate human right to be given an apology from the Bangladesh government on two accounts: firstly, they had failed to protect her as a child and her ex-husband’s brother, Shafikul Islam, as BNP secretary, had lied about his brother’s true condition without legal charges ever being pressed against him.I have researched below the articles from the Universal Bill of Human Rights that I believe the Bangladesh government had violated:

Article 1: “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” My mother suffered humiliation in the undignified selling of herself in marriage.

Article 5: “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.” The nature of my mother’s child marriage to a paedophile was cruel, inhuman and degrading.

Article 13, part II: “Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and return to his own country.” My mother has been unable to return to Bangladesh, from a crippling fear of her child, me, being taken away from her.

Article 16, part II: “Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.” My mother’s marriage was arranged and forced upon her. Her ‘consent’ was the result of pressure and oppression; a definition that does not coincide with Bangladesh’s committment to the Bill of Rights.

And finally, Article 8 states “Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.”

Despite the government having failed to provide an ‘effective remedy’, my mother has taken steps of her own: she has published her autobiography ‘Breaking Free’ and rights have been secured to develop this into a feature film.

We only have one world, reconciliation and responsibility ought to play a part of that world. My mother has reconciled her relationship with her family as much as can be expected. However, the Bangladesh government have failed the United Nations and my mother. She was kept prisoner in Bangladesh and only truely did she break free when I was born, and with the support of Social Services in England. It is time for the Bangladesh government to do the same.

Thank you,
Sami Ahmed

September 21, 2010:

I got some good news from Sami via email that I want to share with you all. Thanks to everybody who have signed the petition. It HAS made a difference!!!

It’s Sami Ahmed here, this is an update from the Justice For Saira campaign you have supported at http://www.gopetition.co.uk/petitions/justice-for-saira.html

I am very pleased to tell you that the petition now has over 1000 signatures! People from all over the world have supported this and it is a constant reminder to me and my mum that we are on the right path. Very soon the Justice For Saira family shall reach 1000, and I think after that, we can expect great things to happen… Thank you deeply for being a part of that, for signing it and for passing the link around to friends & family.

How are you, how are things for you?
Hope to hear from you soon,

Sami Ahmed