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nitethekitten: flowercrownsnstuff: awanderingpig: claricechiarasorcha: meggannn: how can ppl say cats are heartless tbh I once stayed at a game reserve in South Africa, and they had three cheetahs 鈥 two males and one female. The boys stuck together (they were brothers), but female cheetahs are solitary, save for when they are raising cubs. Which is hard work for cheetahs, because they don鈥檛/can鈥檛 den, she鈥檚 working constantly to protect/move her cubs, as well as feeding both them and herself. Now, these cheetahs ARE in a private reserve, but they鈥檙e still essentially wild. But they are more or less accustomed to the presence of people. And this cheetah, Ketswiri, got very badly injured in her leg one time, which usually would be fatal to a cheetah. The staff at the reserve helped her. Another time, she was starving, and they provided her a fresh antelope carcass. And she remembered this, because the science officer was telling us how one time he was watching Ketswiri and her cubs, and she wandered over and dumped all her cubs at his feet, and walked off. Like 鈥渨atch my kids, I need some me time.鈥 And he was panicking like COME BACK I CAN鈥橳 BABYSIT YOUR KIDS WTF Half of the comments are about cats giving birth on top of or next to their owners and I鈥檓 not crying at all it鈥檚 so funny though because domesticated cats are aggressively social in raising their young so basically op鈥檚 cat was like bitch聽these are your kids too, where tf you think you鈥檙e going??? A long time ago there was a stray cat that visited us pretty often. She kinda became our cat. She got pregnant, and gave birth in a little hole under our AC unit outside. One night it started pouring down rain. Me and my parents were kinda worried because we were sure that their little den would flood. So we pulled back the blinds to our sliding glass door. Low and behold there鈥檚 mama cat, sitting on our patio and staring up at us, desperation in her eyes. She meowed at us and when we went out she led us to her babies. We were right- their nest had started flooding. We pulled them out and brought them inside, and mama seemed so relieved and happy. I think about this a lot when people say cats are stupid, or heartless. She knew to come to us for help. She knew we would help her. Even if we hadn鈥檛 went to look I鈥檓 sure she would have screamed at the door loud enough for us to know something was wrong. Cats are amazing, wonderful creatures. : Nassim B. 4 months ago I had a cat that used to sleep with me, and once she had given birth to 4 kittens, she brought them to me at night to bed, so I got scared to smash them by accident and went to sleep downstairs in the living room, after 10 mins she comes to sleep with me, then goes upstairs and bring her kittens one by one. can we call that trust? Reply 5201 nitethekitten: flowercrownsnstuff: awanderingpig: claricechiarasorcha: meggannn: how can ppl say cats are heartless tbh I once stayed at a game reserve in South Africa, and they had three cheetahs 鈥 two males and one female. The boys stuck together (they were brothers), but female cheetahs are solitary, save for when they are raising cubs. Which is hard work for cheetahs, because they don鈥檛/can鈥檛 den, she鈥檚 working constantly to protect/move her cubs, as well as feeding both them and herself. Now, these cheetahs ARE in a private reserve, but they鈥檙e still essentially wild. But they are more or less accustomed to the presence of people. And this cheetah, Ketswiri, got very badly injured in her leg one time, which usually would be fatal to a cheetah. The staff at the reserve helped her. Another time, she was starving, and they provided her a fresh antelope carcass. And she remembered this, because the science officer was telling us how one time he was watching Ketswiri and her cubs, and she wandered over and dumped all her cubs at his feet, and walked off. Like 鈥渨atch my kids, I need some me time.鈥 And he was panicking like COME BACK I CAN鈥橳 BABYSIT YOUR KIDS WTF Half of the comments are about cats giving birth on top of or next to their owners and I鈥檓 not crying at all it鈥檚 so funny though because domesticated cats are aggressively social in raising their young so basically op鈥檚 cat was like bitch聽these are your kids too, where tf you think you鈥檙e going??? A long time ago there was a stray cat that visited us pretty often. She kinda became our cat. She got pregnant, and gave birth in a little hole under our AC unit outside. One night it started pouring down rain. Me and my parents were kinda worried because we were sure that their little den would flood. So we pulled back the blinds to our sliding glass door. Low and behold there鈥檚 mama cat, sitting on our patio and staring up at us, desperation in her eyes. She meowed at us and when we went out she led us to her babies. We were right- their nest had started flooding. We pulled them out and brought them inside, and mama seemed so relieved and happy. I think about this a lot when people say cats are stupid, or heartless. She knew to come to us for help. She knew we would help her. Even if we hadn鈥檛 went to look I鈥檓 sure she would have screamed at the door loud enough for us to know something was wrong. Cats are amazing, wonderful creatures.
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uncommonbish: mx-lamont: uncommonbish: BLACK MOTHERS shouldn鈥檛 be dying after giving birth but they are and it isn鈥檛 because of complications or health issues, it鈥檚 because NO ONE IS LISTENING WHEN THEY SPEAK! My little sister鈥檚 birthing is PRIME example of this! My parents ended up suing a hospital because Instead of the doctor being the one to deliver my little sister some random nurse did it. And SHE cut the umbilical cord (From where I come from that is the father鈥檚 duty) A janitor walked in right before delivery while my mom was in stirrups (business all out) to 鈥渕op the floor鈥 They didn鈥檛 get my mom the right dosage of anastasia And to top it all off My mom literally KICKED that bitch of a fuckin nurse because on my mother鈥檚 paper work it say she is ALLERGIC TO LATEX!! 馃憦馃従AND馃憦馃従 WHAT馃憦馃従 DOES 馃憦馃従THAT馃憦馃従 BITCH 馃憦馃従WEAR馃憦馃従?!? LATEX GLOVES!!! My father had to run to the CVS across the street to buy a box of non-latex gloves for them to use because they didn鈥檛 have ANY non-latex gloves in the ENTIRE FUCKING HOSPITAL!!! I wish I were making this up. I wish I could just be like 鈥渓ol jk鈥 But my mother almost lost her life in birth because the hospital staff didn鈥檛 listen to her the SEVERAL TIMES she was trying to tell them something was wrong. : 11Alive News @11AliveNews She went to the hospital to have her baby. Now her husband is raising two kids alone: on.11alive.com/2P9SS5 8:12 AM Oct 18, 2018 647 Retweets 929 Likes GEM @ROZtheCreator Dear BLACK WOMEN, It's time to educate ourselves even further... I believe it's time to hire more midwives or doulas and try to do home births.. idk if you guys didn't see that video where that Doctor explained that they don't listen BLACK WOMEN.., well here's proof 11Alive News @11AliveNews She went to the hospital to have her babv. Now her husband is raising two kids alone on.11alive.com/2P9SS5I 1:30 PM Oct 18, 2018 4K Retweets 6K Likes uncommonbish: mx-lamont: uncommonbish: BLACK MOTHERS shouldn鈥檛 be dying after giving birth but they are and it isn鈥檛 because of complications or health issues, it鈥檚 because NO ONE IS LISTENING WHEN THEY SPEAK! My little sister鈥檚 birthing is PRIME example of this! My parents ended up suing a hospital because Instead of the doctor being the one to deliver my little sister some random nurse did it. And SHE cut the umbilical cord (From where I come from that is the father鈥檚 duty) A janitor walked in right before delivery while my mom was in stirrups (business all out) to 鈥渕op the floor鈥 They didn鈥檛 get my mom the right dosage of anastasia And to top it all off My mom literally KICKED that bitch of a fuckin nurse because on my mother鈥檚 paper work it say she is ALLERGIC TO LATEX!! 馃憦馃従AND馃憦馃従 WHAT馃憦馃従 DOES 馃憦馃従THAT馃憦馃従 BITCH 馃憦馃従WEAR馃憦馃従?!? LATEX GLOVES!!! My father had to run to the CVS across the street to buy a box of non-latex gloves for them to use because they didn鈥檛 have ANY non-latex gloves in the ENTIRE FUCKING HOSPITAL!!! I wish I were making this up. I wish I could just be like 鈥渓ol jk鈥 But my mother almost lost her life in birth because the hospital staff didn鈥檛 listen to her the SEVERAL TIMES she was trying to tell them something was wrong.
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queeranarchism: flyingfishtailoutpost1: thebibliosphere: lizardtitties: withasmoothroundstone: robstmartin: titleknown: Blogging this tweet because this explains SO MUCH about the mindset of pretty much all the folks I鈥檝e known who鈥檙e against single-payer, it鈥檚 not even funny鈥 This鈥. This never occurred to me. Not once. That Americans are against Health Care because they think it actually costs tens of thousands of dollars for a broken arm, hundreds of thousands for a complicated birth, millions for cancer treatment. Because they鈥檝e never known anything different. The idea that a broken arm is only a couple hundred bucks; a complicated birth a couple thousand; cancer treatment only tens of thousands; all easily covered by existing tax structures. This explains a lot. 聽And it鈥檚 a good example of what I was talking about in my post on scarcity being used to prop up ableism 鈥 always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce. 聽Even if it seems obvious that it is, quite often that鈥檚 the result of careful manipulation and misconceptions that you鈥檙e not even aware of. 聽 And never think you鈥檙e too smart to be fooled by that kind of thing, it doesn鈥檛 work like that. 聽Similarly, don鈥檛 think people who are fooled by something are stupid. 聽Nobody can have all the information about everything, and nobody has the time and energy to investigate and put together conscious conclusions about every piece of information they鈥檙e given. 聽It doesn鈥檛 take being stupid, or even just gullible, to believe something like this. I currently live in a country without free medical care and still, it鈥檚 enormously cheap compared to the USA. An American expat wrote a piece for our English language paper about how she paid more for parking at the hospital than giving birth to her baby that鈥檚 pretty interesting: https://grapevine.is/mag/articles/2016/01/06/healthcare-in-iceland-vs-the-us-weve-got-it-so-good/ Yesterday I had to go to the hospital cause I injured my eye, I鈥檓 frankly dreading what the bill is going to be, but what made me balk was being told in the pharmacy that my insurance was denied for the antibiotic eye drops and it鈥檇 be over $100 out of pocket. So I didn鈥檛 get my eyedrops. I鈥檝e had these same drops before living in the UK. They cost me seven GBP. It鈥檚 the exact same drug, same steroid, same strain of antibiotic. But somehow the US gets away with charging $100 for a generic non brand version of a drug which is easy to create and widely used. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. You keep the poor poor by making sure basic necessities remain unattainable and then you make it seem like the norm so no one fights it. The rest of the world is not like this. Eat the rich. Resist. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. THIS. THISTHISTHIS. THIS IS WHAT I KEEP TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE. This 聽always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce. : t1 Gravitas Free Zone Retweeted db pooper @lonelydandruff 2h I just realised americans think their medicine costs as much as they're charged for it Your Trusted Wizard @Choplogik iguess if i was an american & saw all the wildly exorbitant medical bills people get i would wonder how universal healthcare'd get paid for 07 216 357 queeranarchism: flyingfishtailoutpost1: thebibliosphere: lizardtitties: withasmoothroundstone: robstmartin: titleknown: Blogging this tweet because this explains SO MUCH about the mindset of pretty much all the folks I鈥檝e known who鈥檙e against single-payer, it鈥檚 not even funny鈥 This鈥. This never occurred to me. Not once. That Americans are against Health Care because they think it actually costs tens of thousands of dollars for a broken arm, hundreds of thousands for a complicated birth, millions for cancer treatment. Because they鈥檝e never known anything different. The idea that a broken arm is only a couple hundred bucks; a complicated birth a couple thousand; cancer treatment only tens of thousands; all easily covered by existing tax structures. This explains a lot. 聽And it鈥檚 a good example of what I was talking about in my post on scarcity being used to prop up ableism 鈥 always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce. 聽Even if it seems obvious that it is, quite often that鈥檚 the result of careful manipulation and misconceptions that you鈥檙e not even aware of. 聽 And never think you鈥檙e too smart to be fooled by that kind of thing, it doesn鈥檛 work like that. 聽Similarly, don鈥檛 think people who are fooled by something are stupid. 聽Nobody can have all the information about everything, and nobody has the time and energy to investigate and put together conscious conclusions about every piece of information they鈥檙e given. 聽It doesn鈥檛 take being stupid, or even just gullible, to believe something like this. I currently live in a country without free medical care and still, it鈥檚 enormously cheap compared to the USA. An American expat wrote a piece for our English language paper about how she paid more for parking at the hospital than giving birth to her baby that鈥檚 pretty interesting: https://grapevine.is/mag/articles/2016/01/06/healthcare-in-iceland-vs-the-us-weve-got-it-so-good/ Yesterday I had to go to the hospital cause I injured my eye, I鈥檓 frankly dreading what the bill is going to be, but what made me balk was being told in the pharmacy that my insurance was denied for the antibiotic eye drops and it鈥檇 be over $100 out of pocket. So I didn鈥檛 get my eyedrops. I鈥檝e had these same drops before living in the UK. They cost me seven GBP. It鈥檚 the exact same drug, same steroid, same strain of antibiotic. But somehow the US gets away with charging $100 for a generic non brand version of a drug which is easy to create and widely used. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. You keep the poor poor by making sure basic necessities remain unattainable and then you make it seem like the norm so no one fights it. The rest of the world is not like this. Eat the rich. Resist. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. THIS. THISTHISTHIS. THIS IS WHAT I KEEP TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE. This 聽always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce.
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uncommonbish: mx-lamont: uncommonbish: BLACK MOTHERS shouldn鈥檛 be dying after giving birth but they are and it isn鈥檛 because of complications or health issues, it鈥檚 because NO ONE IS LISTENING WHEN THEY SPEAK! My little sister鈥檚 birthing is PRIME example of this! My parents ended up suing a hospital because Instead of the doctor being the one to deliver my little sister some random nurse did it. And SHE cut the umbilical cord (From where I come from that is the father鈥檚 duty) A janitor walked in right before delivery while my mom was in stirrups (business all out) to 鈥渕op the floor鈥 They didn鈥檛 get my mom the right dosage of anastasia And to top it all off My mom literally KICKED that bitch of a fuckin nurse because on my mother鈥檚 paper work it say she is ALLERGIC TO LATEX!! 馃憦馃従AND馃憦馃従 WHAT馃憦馃従 DOES 馃憦馃従THAT馃憦馃従 BITCH 馃憦馃従WEAR馃憦馃従?!? LATEX GLOVES!!! My father had to run to the CVS across the street to buy a box of non-latex gloves for them to use because they didn鈥檛 have ANY non-latex gloves in the ENTIRE FUCKING HOSPITAL!!! I wish I were making this up. I wish I could just be like 鈥渓ol jk鈥 But my mother almost lost her life in birth because the hospital staff didn鈥檛 listen to her the SEVERAL TIMES she was trying to tell them something was wrong. : 11Alive News @11AliveNews She went to the hospital to have her baby. Now her husband is raising two kids alone: on.11alive.com/2P9SS5 8:12 AM Oct 18, 2018 647 Retweets 929 Likes GEM @ROZtheCreator Dear BLACK WOMEN, It's time to educate ourselves even further... I believe it's time to hire more midwives or doulas and try to do home births.. idk if you guys didn't see that video where that Doctor explained that they don't listen BLACK WOMEN.., well here's proof 11Alive News @11AliveNews She went to the hospital to have her babv. Now her husband is raising two kids alone on.11alive.com/2P9SS5I 1:30 PM Oct 18, 2018 4K Retweets 6K Likes uncommonbish: mx-lamont: uncommonbish: BLACK MOTHERS shouldn鈥檛 be dying after giving birth but they are and it isn鈥檛 because of complications or health issues, it鈥檚 because NO ONE IS LISTENING WHEN THEY SPEAK! My little sister鈥檚 birthing is PRIME example of this! My parents ended up suing a hospital because Instead of the doctor being the one to deliver my little sister some random nurse did it. And SHE cut the umbilical cord (From where I come from that is the father鈥檚 duty) A janitor walked in right before delivery while my mom was in stirrups (business all out) to 鈥渕op the floor鈥 They didn鈥檛 get my mom the right dosage of anastasia And to top it all off My mom literally KICKED that bitch of a fuckin nurse because on my mother鈥檚 paper work it say she is ALLERGIC TO LATEX!! 馃憦馃従AND馃憦馃従 WHAT馃憦馃従 DOES 馃憦馃従THAT馃憦馃従 BITCH 馃憦馃従WEAR馃憦馃従?!? LATEX GLOVES!!! My father had to run to the CVS across the street to buy a box of non-latex gloves for them to use because they didn鈥檛 have ANY non-latex gloves in the ENTIRE FUCKING HOSPITAL!!! I wish I were making this up. I wish I could just be like 鈥渓ol jk鈥 But my mother almost lost her life in birth because the hospital staff didn鈥檛 listen to her the SEVERAL TIMES she was trying to tell them something was wrong.
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bogleech: the-library-alcove: flyingfishtailoutpost1: thebibliosphere: lizardtitties: withasmoothroundstone: robstmartin: titleknown: Blogging this tweet because this explains SO MUCH about the mindset of pretty much all the folks I鈥檝e known who鈥檙e against single-payer, it鈥檚 not even funny鈥 This鈥. This never occurred to me. Not once. That Americans are against Health Care because they think it actually costs tens of thousands of dollars for a broken arm, hundreds of thousands for a complicated birth, millions for cancer treatment. Because they鈥檝e never known anything different. The idea that a broken arm is only a couple hundred bucks; a complicated birth a couple thousand; cancer treatment only tens of thousands; all easily covered by existing tax structures. This explains a lot. 聽And it鈥檚 a good example of what I was talking about in my post on scarcity being used to prop up ableism 鈥 always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce. 聽Even if it seems obvious that it is, quite often that鈥檚 the result of careful manipulation and misconceptions that you鈥檙e not even aware of. 聽 And never think you鈥檙e too smart to be fooled by that kind of thing, it doesn鈥檛 work like that. 聽Similarly, don鈥檛 think people who are fooled by something are stupid. 聽Nobody can have all the information about everything, and nobody has the time and energy to investigate and put together conscious conclusions about every piece of information they鈥檙e given. 聽It doesn鈥檛 take being stupid, or even just gullible, to believe something like this. I currently live in a country without free medical care and still, it鈥檚 enormously cheap compared to the USA. An American expat wrote a piece for our English language paper about how she paid more for parking at the hospital than giving birth to her baby that鈥檚 pretty interesting: https://grapevine.is/mag/articles/2016/01/06/healthcare-in-iceland-vs-the-us-weve-got-it-so-good/ Yesterday I had to go to the hospital cause I injured my eye, I鈥檓 frankly dreading what the bill is going to be, but what made me balk was being told in the pharmacy that my insurance was denied for the antibiotic eye drops and it鈥檇 be over $100 out of pocket. So I didn鈥檛 get my eyedrops. I鈥檝e had these same drops before living in the UK. They cost me seven GBP. It鈥檚 the exact same drug, same steroid, same strain of antibiotic. But somehow the US gets away with charging $100 for a generic non brand version of a drug which is easy to create and widely used. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. You keep the poor poor by making sure basic necessities remain unattainable and then you make it seem like the norm so no one fights it. The rest of the world is not like this. Eat the rich. Resist. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. THIS. THISTHISTHIS. THIS IS WHAT I KEEP TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE. My blood pressure medication (Candesartan) costs between $40-$125 USD for 30 tablets in the US.Here in Germany, 98 tablets costs me 5 Euro. The worst part is, the people pocketing the most of this money are powerful enough to keep it this way, and in the event that legislation of some kind actually brought prices down, they could cry to the government that their profits were taken from them and lobby to 鈥渕ake up鈥 their losses in some way that you can guarantee will still hurt the lower classes.Most likely, they would end up getting billions in corporate welfare, and when it came time to make any budget cuts, they鈥檇 be able to use the same influence to keep their handouts while welfare and food stamps for poorer, hungrier people end up on the chopping block first. : t1 Gravitas Free Zone Retweeted db pooper @lonelydandruff 2h I just realised americans think their medicine costs as much as they're charged for it Your Trusted Wizard @Choplogik iguess if i was an american & saw all the wildly exorbitant medical bills people get i would wonder how universal healthcare'd get paid for 07 216 357 bogleech: the-library-alcove: flyingfishtailoutpost1: thebibliosphere: lizardtitties: withasmoothroundstone: robstmartin: titleknown: Blogging this tweet because this explains SO MUCH about the mindset of pretty much all the folks I鈥檝e known who鈥檙e against single-payer, it鈥檚 not even funny鈥 This鈥. This never occurred to me. Not once. That Americans are against Health Care because they think it actually costs tens of thousands of dollars for a broken arm, hundreds of thousands for a complicated birth, millions for cancer treatment. Because they鈥檝e never known anything different. The idea that a broken arm is only a couple hundred bucks; a complicated birth a couple thousand; cancer treatment only tens of thousands; all easily covered by existing tax structures. This explains a lot. 聽And it鈥檚 a good example of what I was talking about in my post on scarcity being used to prop up ableism 鈥 always question the idea that a resource is genuinely scarce. 聽Even if it seems obvious that it is, quite often that鈥檚 the result of careful manipulation and misconceptions that you鈥檙e not even aware of. 聽 And never think you鈥檙e too smart to be fooled by that kind of thing, it doesn鈥檛 work like that. 聽Similarly, don鈥檛 think people who are fooled by something are stupid. 聽Nobody can have all the information about everything, and nobody has the time and energy to investigate and put together conscious conclusions about every piece of information they鈥檙e given. 聽It doesn鈥檛 take being stupid, or even just gullible, to believe something like this. I currently live in a country without free medical care and still, it鈥檚 enormously cheap compared to the USA. An American expat wrote a piece for our English language paper about how she paid more for parking at the hospital than giving birth to her baby that鈥檚 pretty interesting: https://grapevine.is/mag/articles/2016/01/06/healthcare-in-iceland-vs-the-us-weve-got-it-so-good/ Yesterday I had to go to the hospital cause I injured my eye, I鈥檓 frankly dreading what the bill is going to be, but what made me balk was being told in the pharmacy that my insurance was denied for the antibiotic eye drops and it鈥檇 be over $100 out of pocket. So I didn鈥檛 get my eyedrops. I鈥檝e had these same drops before living in the UK. They cost me seven GBP. It鈥檚 the exact same drug, same steroid, same strain of antibiotic. But somehow the US gets away with charging $100 for a generic non brand version of a drug which is easy to create and widely used. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. You keep the poor poor by making sure basic necessities remain unattainable and then you make it seem like the norm so no one fights it. The rest of the world is not like this. Eat the rich. Resist. It鈥檚 downright robbery, but also a form of eugenics through poverty and class warfare. THIS. THISTHISTHIS. THIS IS WHAT I KEEP TRYING TO TELL PEOPLE. My blood pressure medication (Candesartan) costs between $40-$125 USD for 30 tablets in the US.Here in Germany, 98 tablets costs me 5 Euro. The worst part is, the people pocketing the most of this money are powerful enough to keep it this way, and in the event that legislation of some kind actually brought prices down, they could cry to the government that their profits were taken from them and lobby to 鈥渕ake up鈥 their losses in some way that you can guarantee will still hurt the lower classes.Most likely, they would end up getting billions in corporate welfare, and when it came time to make any budget cuts, they鈥檇 be able to use the same influence to keep their handouts while welfare and food stamps for poorer, hungrier people end up on the chopping block first.
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馃惉 @connecting_consciousness 馃惉 And 馃惉 @connecting.consciousness 馃惉 _ Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 underwater births, but in 1979 he began experiments with dolphins and children. _ His daughter, one of the first modern water-birthers, was in her late twenties when the following incident happened. Charkovsky and his team had taken a woman to the Black Sea for an underwater birth. _ In two feet of water, preparing for the birth, suddenly three dolphins approached, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body (with sonar?), which somehow relaxed the mother and child and gave birth with no pain or fear. _ Apparently all the human midwives were pretty shocked. This opened up the new practice of 鈥楧olphin mid-wivery鈥 which may sound strange, but fits in with the new breed of super-children that are currently coming in to existence. _ For some reason, dolphins are attracted to pregnant women and young children and as most people are aware, the dolphins can also help heal people with mental and psychological problems. But the children, who are being born with the aid of dolphins, at least with the cases documented in Russia, are extraordinary children. _ Most of the have IQ鈥檚 of over 150 (genius range again), plus extremely stable emotional bodies and strong physical bodies. They are superior in one way or another. _ Humans are meant to give birth in water. Some three decades of research and the experience of thousands of births has shown that underwater birth is better for the mother and for the baby. The mother is supported by the water which permits her relaxation and easy movement and during delivery of the baby from the womb to water, the buoyancy of the water supports the baby鈥檚 brain and protects it at its most vulnerable time. _ RESEARCH: Dolphin Assisted Births - Igor Charkovsky: IG: CONNECTING CONSCIOUSNESS A man named Igor Charkovsky assisted in over 20,000 underwater births. Eventually he begarn experimenting with women giving birth in the ocean. In 1979, when preparing with his team for an underwater birth in the Black Sea, in a few feet of water suddenly three dolphins approached the pregnant woman, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body up and down with sonar, while relaxing the mother and swimming in circles around her. The mother gave birth to the child effortlessly, painlessly and without fear. This began multiple projects with Dolphin-assisted births that spread worldwide. 馃惉 @connecting_consciousness 馃惉 And 馃惉 @connecting.consciousness 馃惉 _ Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 underwater births, but in 1979 he began experiments with dolphins and children. _ His daughter, one of the first modern water-birthers, was in her late twenties when the following incident happened. Charkovsky and his team had taken a woman to the Black Sea for an underwater birth. _ In two feet of water, preparing for the birth, suddenly three dolphins approached, pushed everyone out of the way and took over. They scanned the length of her body (with sonar?), which somehow relaxed the mother and child and gave birth with no pain or fear. _ Apparently all the human midwives were pretty shocked. This opened up the new practice of 鈥楧olphin mid-wivery鈥 which may sound strange, but fits in with the new breed of super-children that are currently coming in to existence. _ For some reason, dolphins are attracted to pregnant women and young children and as most people are aware, the dolphins can also help heal people with mental and psychological problems. But the children, who are being born with the aid of dolphins, at least with the cases documented in Russia, are extraordinary children. _ Most of the have IQ鈥檚 of over 150 (genius range again), plus extremely stable emotional bodies and strong physical bodies. They are superior in one way or another. _ Humans are meant to give birth in water. Some three decades of research and the experience of thousands of births has shown that underwater birth is better for the mother and for the baby. The mother is supported by the water which permits her relaxation and easy movement and during delivery of the baby from the womb to water, the buoyancy of the water supports the baby鈥檚 brain and protects it at its most vulnerable time. _ RESEARCH: Dolphin Assisted Births - Igor Charkovsky

馃惉 @connecting_consciousness 馃惉 And 馃惉 @connecting.consciousness 馃惉 _ Igor Charkovsky, a Russian male mid-wife has assisted in over 20,000 un...

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