Wednesday, September 25, 2013

ECUADOR NEWS MAGAZINE: Ecuador to streamline immigration controls

Ecuador to streamline immigration controls

Ecuador news magazine - Quito (Pichincha). - The manager of Ecuador’s Proyecto de Intervención Integral de Migración [Comprehensive Migration Intervention Project], Hiroshima Villalba, and Argentina’s National Director of Immigration Martín Arias Duval, signed a technology transfer agreement to modernize the Ecuadorian migration service using experience applied in Argentina.

The agreement arranges for Argentine aid in installing modern immigration software in Ecuador that will comply with international standards.

Mr. Arias said that with the system being used in Argentina 93 million immigration cards were generated in a year, and that a passenger arriving at Ezeiza Airport can get through the immigration process in 45 seconds. Furthermore, 2 million biometric readings are registered per year in Argentina with complete reliability.


ECUADOR NEWS MAGAZINE: Ecuador to streamline immigration controls: Ecuador news magazine - Quito (Pichincha). - The manager of Ecuador’s Proyecto de Intervención Integral de Migración [Comprehensive Migratio...

South America studies how to curb U.S. 'spying': Ecuador


South America studies how to curb U.S. 'spying': Ecuador

NEW YORK | Wed Sep 25, 2013 9:05pm EDT
(Reuters) - South American nations are jointly exploring the creation of a communications system to curtail U.S. spying in the region, Ecuadorean Foreign Minister Ricardo Patino said on Wednesday.
He said the idea was to set up a common platform to "minimize risks of being spied on" and added the project was an outgrowth of the disclosures by former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden on U.S. spying worldwide.
The new project is under consideration by the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR), which groups the 12 governments of the continent. UNASUR is based in Quito, Ecuador's capital.
..read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/26/us-ecuador-spying-idUSBRE98P01P20130926 

U.S. State Dept. has confirmed history of running covert abductions of Americans in Ecuador

U.S. State Dept. has confirmed history of running covert abductions of Americans in Ecuador 
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ECUADOR NEWS MAGAZINE: Ecuador to streamline immigration controls

ECUADOR NEWS MAGAZINE: Ecuador to streamline immigration controls: Ecuador news magazine - Quito (Pichincha). - The manager of Ecuador’s Proyecto de Intervención Integral de Migración [Comprehensive Migratio...

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Lyman's Journey: Ttime To Say "Adios, Amigos"!! Cotacachi, Ecuador...


Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Ttime To Say "Adios, Amigos"!! Cotacachi, Ecuador









Bounty From The North August 23, 2013 by johnandmarylivingitupinecuador

Bounty From The North


One of the most surprising things that has happened to Mary and me since we started posting articles and pictures on this blog has been the number of new people we have met from all over the world.  Many of these new friends have commented and even sent emails and we have become well acquainted with them.  Some have even come to San Clemente on vacation and we have been able to put faces with names.

Jim (left), Rob and Diane
Jim (left), Rob and Diane



We love living here in our small fishing village of San Clemente and we have just about everything we need within an easy walk or bike ride from our home.  We are also near enough to Portoviejo, Bahia, and Manta that we can travel to those cities for bigger items that we can not find here or in Charapoto.  But, there are a few items that we crave at times that are difficult to locate or are unavailable even at the bigger stores.....read more: http://johnandmarylivingitupinecuador.wordpress.com/2013/08/23/bounty-from-the-north/comment-page-1/#comment-4515

Friday, September 20, 2013

Discover Cuenca Ecuador : Guanabana Fruit Grown in Ecuador Kills Cancer up t...

Discover Cuenca Ecuador : Guanabana Fruit Grown in Ecuador Kills Cancer up t...: We’ve eaten the (soursop) fruit before, known as guanabana here in Ecuador. Make sure the fruit is ripe before you eat it or you can get a s...

Monday, January 14, 2013

Guanabana Fruit Grown in Ecuador Kills Cancer up to 10,000 Times More Effectively than Chemotherapy!

We’ve eaten the (soursop) fruit before, known as guanabana here in Ecuador. Make sure the fruit is ripe before you eat it or you can get a stomach ache. The Guanabana fruit is widely avaialable in the Mercados and grocery marts all over Cuenca and for a very modest price. Amazing!

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Scopolamine and Burundanga become weapons of crime in Ecuador BY: SAMUEL LAY

Scopolamine and Burundanga become weapons of crime in Ecuador

BY: SAMUEL LAY
On a regular day thousands of people go walking in the streets and receive fliers from people advertising their products. Others go to department stores and try on new perfumes and others help tourists in the street finding the addresses they are looking for. Now, would you ever consider all these actions as life risking things? As a matter of fact, they are. This is thanks to two drugs that are becoming famous in the robbery world, Scopolamine and Burundanga.
Scopolamine and Burundanga are tropane alkaloid drugs. They are extracted from plants such as Henbane and Jimson Weed and other plants that are event to be found in backyards of houses. Producing these drugs is fast and its access is easy. Perhaps this is the reason why, according to a local newspaper, the use of Scopolamine for committing crimes in Ecuador increased by a 45 percent in 2011.
Crimes involving the drugs include robbery, rape and kidnapping. You don’t necessarily have to inject the drug into your system. Just by simply touching it, spraying a certain amount on your skin or breathing it you may be exposed to delirium such as disorientation, loss of memory, hallucinations, and stupor....read more: http://thespartanonline.wordpress.com/2012/03/10/drug-becomes-the-weapon-of-crime-in-ecuador/

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Giant Skeleton found in Loja in Ecuador 19 October 2012

Reconstruction the Giant Skeleton found in Loja in Ecuador on 19 October 2012. In the province of Loja, in the South of the Ecuador and the Peru border, residents remember hearing long ago in the beautiful valleys in this province were reportedly discovered skeletons very similar to those of humans, 


Ecuador Nephilim Found
but of an incredible size giant-bones By far the most famous of these discoverers was the father Carlos Miguel Vaca (*Refer to Father Crespi in album as well) who was kept until his death in 1999, several bones and fragments found on a site named “Changaiminas” which translated into Spanish means “cemetery of the gods.

Thankfully, there are other countries around the globe that aren’t worried about hiding our ancient past history any longer. In the US and Europe, most evidence quietly disappeared from nearly every museum from the 1900′s until today. Most of the discoveries paid for and removed by the Smithsonian.
...http://alabamatruth.com/nephilim-proof-giant-skeleton-found-in-loja-in-ecuador-19-october-2012/

Monday, September 2, 2013

Olon Again...Naturally: Capt'n Crunch Has Landed

Monday, September 2, 2013


Capt'n Crunch Has Landed

August 31, 3013

A couple of days ago, I took a serene hike up a nearby dirt road on the east side of the Ruta del Sol (Spondylus). *
There are a number of these roads that lead back into the jungle, and one does not need to go very far to get into a more “jungly” environment (less than a quarter mile, becoming more dense and isolated further down the roads).


The change in vegetation and birdlife is vivid in such a short distance between the beach side and hill side of the Ruta del Sol. Of course, the plants are more lush and the birds more colorful and diverse on the hill side...




Olon Again...Naturally: Capt'n Crunch Has Landed: August 31, 3013 A couple of days ago, I took a serene hike up a nearby dirt road on the east side of the Ruta del Sol (Spondylus). * Th...

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Constitutional Rights of Americans on the No-Fly List

Victory! Federal Court Recognizes Constitutional Rights of Americans on the No-Fly List

A federal court took a critically important step late yesterday towards placing a check on the government's secretive No-Fly List. In a 38-page ruling in Latif v. Holder, the ACLU's challenge to the No-Fly List, U.S. District Court Judge Anna Brown recognized that the Constitution applies when the government bans Americans from the skies. She also asked for more information about the current process for getting off the list, to inform her decision on whether that procedure violates the Fifth Amendment guarantee of due process.
We represent 13 Americans, including four military veterans, who are blacklisted from flying. At oral argument in June on motions for partial summary judgment, we asked the court to find that the government violated our clients' Fifth Amendment right to due process by barring them from flying over U.S. airspace – and smearing them as suspected terrorists – without giving them any after-the-fact explanation or a hearing at which to clear their names.
The court's opinion recognizes – for the first time – that inclusion on the No-Fly List is a draconian sanction that severely impacts peoples' constitutionally-protected liberties. It rejected the government's argument that No-Fly list placement was merely a restriction on the most "convenient" means of international travel.
"Such an argument ignores the numerous reasons an individual may have for wanting or needing to travel overseas quickly such as for the birth of a child, the death of a loved one, a business opportunity, or a religious obligation." ....read more: https://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security-technology-and-liberty-racial-justice/victory-federal-court-recognizes