Bingo! I knew it was just a matter of time and determination before I’d find someone who could explain what the hell is going on with the manipulated weather in layman’s terms. Scalar technology, ELF Waves, creating vortices with lasers, creating updrafts, manipulating storms with microwaves, directing and intensifying hurricanes, yup, it’s all there and it’s all happening and has been for years now.
In this must-see video Dutchsinse explains not only how the technologies work, but also why as well as debunking a few of the skeptics and disinfo agents.
I am one giant leap closer to understanding the photos I’ve been taking from recent weather fronts. I knew it had to do with something other than cloud-seeding for the simple reason that after heavy spray periods we are still not getting rain. We have however been overcast, hot and nearly rainless for months, except for the periodic and engineered severe and sudden temperature drops.
On social media a woman expressed her enthusiasm for the great scientists who are creating perfect weather for us all. Wow! The ignorance and naiveté apparently knows no bounds.
This week’s breadcrumbs. The list is long I know, but finally we’re hitting it with full steam!
At what point in human history did the scales tip toward destruction as an acceptable means to resurrection? Certainly destruction is already a foundational aspect of nature, but why intentionally exacerbate it? Prolonging life has been an obsession of mankind since the dawn of civilization, but is this the fascination of the many, or a privileged few?
And where do these precious few draw the line, if ever they do?
The solutions are invariably more technology to solve the problems created by technology. The weather is not acceptable, let’s fix the weather with toxic pollutants. The human life span is not acceptable, let’s fix that with the blood of our youth. Our food is not sufficient enough, let’s fix that with fake food. Kill the bees with science, build robot bees with technology. And on and on.
Data is easily manipulated to serve multiple bottom lines. But you don’t need scientific data to bring up an obvious point to anyone who is staunchly pro-technology, and they are not hard to find. Say to him or her: I can see, from photos and my own life experience, that children today are not as healthy as they used to be.
One simple question and you will have them fumbling and finger pointing–not my industry, not GMOs, no. It’s TV. And the TV executives say, how absurd, we are not responsible for children’s sedentary behaviors. It’s the parents. And the parents say it’s the schools’ responsibility, and the schools say it’s the government’s responsibility, and round and round we go.
I say, scientists and technocrats and fervent followers, the children are more unhealthy, what say you?!
The junk food, the GMOs, the pollution, the vaccines, the internet, the failures of the family, the failures of the government, an unhappy God, disease spread by too many immigrants, too much sun, too little sun, who, or what is responsible?
Perhaps, Oh Wise Ones, instead of finger pointing, might you look for examples where this is not the case? What about look at some communities where it is clear the people look healthier, maybe compare their habits with some of our own clearly unhealthy-looking peoples. What do they have in common? What might we learn from their habits, what might we rediscover from the traditions of our own ancestors?
Weston A. Price did just that. His work is becoming more well-known, but the experts are not convinced. Why? Because they don’t like his conclusions, they go against everything the diet dictocrats have been saying for a century. And, heaven forbid, they have nothing at all to do with technology!
Our ancestors, the indigineous cultures, were healthier thanks to their diets, long before science came into the picture. Science and technology are taking us further from optimum health and longevity, not closer to it, as they seem so intent to achieve.
“In the 1930s, a dentist from Ohio travelled the world to study the diets of indigenous peoples who exclusively ate local traditional foods. He compared their glowing good health, excellent bone structure, and mental stability to the Americans of his day, who were suffering from dental problems, mental illness, allergies, arthritis, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, digestive disorders and cancer. What Dr. Price discovered: • Traditional diets contain abundant vitamins and minerals, especially vitamins A, D, and K2, found in seafood and the fat and organ meats of grass-fed animals. • When indigenous people adopted processed and denatured foods such as white flour, sugar, canned foods, vegetable oils, and pasteurized milk, they developed the same chronic diseases that plague us today.”
What solutions are we implementing, here on the wee homestead? We started with organic gardens and poultry, then beehives, now we have just added piglets. Sheep and goats are coming soon. We cook our meals from scratch, slaughter our own meat, bake our own bread, make our own cider, and our own cheese.
Should through our efforts we manage to live long, healthy, productive lives, we will die peacefully when our natural time comes, contented we did not feed on the blood of our progeny. We may even be blessed enough to benefit future generations by safeguarding some of the skills acquired by our successful ancestors over thousands of years.
“Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater!” If only I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard this adage. Certainly that is not my intention and I don’t mean to dismiss all of science or mistrust all the experts.
The challenge I’m having is finding the baby in all that filthy bathwater. I’m tired of being lied to and preached at by experts. I realize many of them are well-meaning and some must surely be trustworthy. But then, if that’s truly the case, why are they not more critical of their professions and those in their professions who are spreading so much arrogance and disinformation? I left my teaching career because I could no longer tolerate my colleagues who were blindly following any orders from an administration who cared nothing at all about education. This is what happens when business and politics trump all other endeavors, no matter what the profession or institution.
I made a mistake in my last post, grouping the work of Michael Tsarion with the shell gamers. Perhaps I was wrong, again. In fact, my instinct is telling me he might very well be one of the decent ones navigating filthy waters. I’ll continue to support his work until I’m certain it’s no longer of value to me.
I am beginning to perceive the roots of the issue. It’s greater than greed in business; it’s deeper than the drug of power; it’s more complicated than the relationship between authority and submission. I’m not quite ready to formulate it in words yet, but it’s based in illusion and denial, our willingness to accept it and our propensity to create it. Maybe that’s already obvious to many, but still I need to reason it out for myself.
How could we expect it to be any different? We raise our children to believe in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the tooth fairy. We remove them from the natural world to sit in a room all day and learn about the unnatural world, the socially-constructed world–to memorize what men were their presidents and who won which wars on which days and various sciences full of lies. What a waste of precious time it is! Is it any wonder why so few seem to have any respect for nature and reality?!
What irritates me beyond measure is to read and hear lies and half-truths sold by the media to an uninformed and unobservant public about crucial issues that affect us all, like geo-engineering. To all those who are complicit in this shell game, may the shame of your actions haunt you for your lifetime. I don’t care what your good intentions are or aren’t, this is psychic torture y’all are perpetrating, along with the rape and pillage of our beautiful lands, seas and airs.
I blame the media, I blame the scientists and technocrats and politicians who are complicit or turning a blind eye, I blame those still not paying attention in the still-complacent public. And the next time some guru tries to tell me (again) to look in the mirror, meditate, or focus inward– I’m going to respond with a litany of expletives that would make a sailor blush.
Shame on you LIARS at Bloomberg–to pretend geoengineering isn’t already happening on a mass scale! I see through your reverse-engineering and social conditioning and demonic double-speak.
Here’s the good news, though I don’t know who in the universe to give credit where such credit is due: I retrieved our precious pooch from the wild side.
Was there some Law of Attraction happening there, as I challenged in my last post? I can’t really say, but it makes for a great story. I found him with a pack of dogs, half of them feral. He was injured, limping and highly disoriented. I am still bringing him back to health, slowly. I am bursting with joy he is home, in any case.
Here’s the bad news. Geoengineering is the greatest shell game on earth. It’s a Psy-Op Supreme with all the fixings, being carried out from the very top of the pyramid with far more angles and rabbit holes, trolls and shills than anyone I’ve heard speaking about it cares to admit. It’s a cesspool of cons, collaborators and deniers, just like vaccines.
I am loathe to admit I have also been a loser in this shell game, but I’m starting to get better at it. For starters, I trust NO ONE now. I’ve been a fool, as I started out saying with this series of posts, on a fool’s journey. I’ve supported, in word and even with our hard-earned dollars, some of the very people I now find highly suspect. I will refrain from naming names at the moment, since I have no proof and no desire to slander, but do know I’m watching them all now with far more critical eyes.
I will retract one thing directly I said in just the last post, I will not be studying the work of Michael Tsarion with any more depth, it’s a dead end. I can add him to the growing list along with Stefan Molyneux, Alan Watt, Alex Jones, and several other shell gamers on whom I once wasted time. I now recognize ‘the scent’ of these players; I can hear their NLP tricks (neuro-linguistic programming); I can see their ‘cult of personality’ following and I am out of their loops.
Still, I’m not saying they don’t have some good tidbits to consume, they certainly do, otherwise they would not be where they are. For example, I think Michael Tsarion has some crucial advice about self-empowerment and his work about ‘psychic vampirism’ has helped me understand some of the nature of evil, how to recognize it and to root it out of my own life. His work in mythology and ancient history is also compelling, but lots of folks are doing compelling work in these fields and arriving at far different conclusions. The conclusions these folks are making is where the issue lies.
For example this fascinating researcher who looks like she’s doing some fabulous work debunking the sciences of anthropology and archeology. She’s turned me on to my new favorite word: Quackademics! Now that’s funny! And it’s so true, I can say that after spending over twenty years in the system—the number of blind order-followers there must surely rival the best armies. I listen for her data, her conclusions ring false to me, like all the others. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bk-o42NNQm4&t=63s
“The truth is precious. It is sad that there are so many in our society who have lost respect for it; people who have traded in their conscience and their soul for temporary financial comfort while sacrificing the stability and balance of the rest of the country in the process. The human psyche breathes on the air of truth. Without it, humanity cannot survive. Without it, the species will collapse, starving from lack of intellectual and emotional sustenance.” Tyler Durden http://www.zerohedge.com/news/disinformation-how-it-works
It’s not just sad, it’s devastating and disgusting. These aren’t just little white lies to keep from hurting someone’s feelings; these are blatant and brutal attacks on sanity and consciousness and nature.
From 80 degrees when I went to bed, to icicles when I woke up in the morning. The mainstream weathermen give this incredible shift some ridiculous new name so we think it’s ‘normal’ or at least ‘normalish’. What I do know, without any doubt is, our ancestors could never have survived with such rapid and regular temperature extremes. If the plants don’t like it, it’s not normal.
Last night I had a nightmare, very short but very vivid. I was looking at a red-headed young girl standing in a corner. She had quite a blank expression and I don’t think I knew her. I approached her with my hands outstretched and said “I’m going to kill you!” I took a step forward, as if I was going to strangle her, it was like something right out of a bad movie, and I felt in that moment like I was an actor, and she looked back at me as if she knew I was acting. Then I suddenly had a gripping dread come over me for a second, like I was being smothered by an immense force across my chest, and that woke me up. I was breathless and terrified.
I have often had intense dreams, as long as I can remember. I’ve even had a couple of ‘prophetic’ dreams. Not too long ago, when I first started working with the Tarot cards, I dreamt of the Star card, then drew that card three times in a row. I have often wondered what wisdom lies just beneath the surface of our consciousness, what is imagination exactly, what creates moments of seemingly unbelievable synchronicity? How are the ‘breadcrumbs’ of these ‘little’ things influencing my life and choices?
Maybe you’re thinking now, what on earth does any of this hoo-ha have to do with science? I would suggest if that’s what you are thinking to begin with the works of Jon Ronson, including of course his very popular Men Who Stare at Goats. I would especially advise reading his work after you’ve read “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu. All warfare is based on deception. The purpose of war is peace. The goal is to win without ever needing to fight.
Our entire fields of science and technology have developed out of creating better weapons. Better weapons to spy, better weapons to fight.
Here’s just a short list of why I don’t trust scientists.
–The Manhattan Project –MK Ultra –Testicular transplant experimentation on 500 prisoners at San Quentin –The Holocaust experimentation –forced sterilization of Carrie Buck –Rockefeller Institute Rhoads cancer experiments on Puerto Ricans –Tuskegee syphilis experiments –Atomic Energy Commission “Green Run”. –Hepatitis vaccine experiments on the mentally disabled. –Human Radiation Experiments
I could go on and on, but thanks to John Hall, I’ll point you to his book: Guinea Pigs: Technologies of Control.
I am very committed at the moment to explore all the work of Michael Tsarion. I’ve been dabbling in it for several years, but I turn to it with a new level of commitment now. I trust him more than many others for the specific reason mentioned a few posts ago—those who emplore me to do my own research, and provide the framework for me to do that, deserve far more consideration than those who do not.
I deeply align with and appreciate the vast scope of his work, bringing ancient subjects into immediate worldly relevance, as in this recent recording about pyschic vampirism (aka: extreme narcissism).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPb-4W0mA_k
What resonates so much with me about his work right now is his consistent focus on providing the ‘building blocks’ as he says—he works in the wisdom of the origins because from it we can ourselves become empowered by them and rebuild culture with them.
“It’s not about handing out solutions,” he says. I couldn’t agree more. Solutions are useless in the hands of a mankind without the skills and capacities to use them. This is a fundamental truth it seems the New Age movement is trying to hijack and reframe for the masses and I deeply mistrust anyone trying to push proverbial lodestones. And that goes for ‘real’ ones too.
One of our dog is missing now for over 24 hours. I’m quite attached to this old hooligan. Let’s test “The Secret” theory, the Law of Attraction as it’s being sold by The Shift and other New Age nonsense. I’ve already been imagining him returning to us safely, for about 12 hours now. Every hour, I imagine it with all the love and care and gushing which comes quite easily to me. I am imagining it over and over, how I adore him, how I love even his quirks and sassiness and can’t wait to hug him again and cook him his favorite eggs and chicken supper. And how funny and expressive his different gestures are, and how he likes to sneeze on us in the morning in bed, and nuzzle up and snore and snortly loudly with delightful abandon.
OK, universe, now deliver him back to me. I’m waiting with great intention.
In the meantime, a not-to-be-missed presentation by Dane Wigington about the immense harms being caused to our environment by geo-engineering.
Two loaded questions, the very first questions most folks ask.
The devils are in the details, the gods in the conclusion. I prefer not to entertain either.
I committed to knowing in the most thorough way, through intuition and reason, the heart and the mind, combined.
But, let me play a god for a spell, why not, it’s such a popular role these days. I’ve told you in advance, so you understand your role too. Your acquiesce, in essence, to this game.
This post is about frustration. I know you need saving, and I can’t save you.
I say this to our land, to the trees here, to some friends, to the universe at large.
There is nearly non-stop air traffic over my head in our rural location, but now several weeks of unprecedented cloud cover make it impossible to see what sort of aircraft are up there.
Nearly the entire month has been overcast, but with very little rain at all. There have been some odd mists on occasion that make me sneeze. The temperatures are expected to shift by 50 degrees in a day once again this weekend. The winds for this front are just picking up–I started a fire against the chill a few hours ago, now I have the windows open, and by tomorrow at this time it will be frigid. That’s what’s been scheduled so far anyway.
“Four seasons in a day.” Where have I heard that before?
The “media” tells me this is “normal”. The very word “normal” is starting to make me very agitated.
Try to find answers to this “normal”, please. Then maybe I will have one more serious person to talk to. Otherwise, spare me, I’d rather talk to the squirrels.
And try to notice the daggers I’m sending through my eyes the next time I hear the word “normal” from anyone.
Q: “Why don’t you send up a drone and get “contrail” samples so we can trust this is not just conspiracy theory?”
A: “Why don’t you get off the internet for a few hours a day to notice the actual world and what’s happening right over your head?”
Q: “OK, so I see these aren’t contrails, but what am I supposed to do about it?”
A: “Something. Anything. Just not the nothingyou are currently doing.”
This week’s bread crumbs, science or faith, you’re still missing the point. Please try to pardon my attitude.
What’s the truth you are unwilling, unable to see? If you can’t handle the truth, if you can’t handle even speculation, what the hell are you doing here?
As a matter of interest to some perhaps, I’m also reading the Bible, a Masonic King James version. I’m often surprisingly inspired by some Bible quotes that get thrown about in popular culture, yet so far all I’ve read about is war and how to prepare for it, and accept it. I’ll spare y’all the direct lines this time around, but I expect we’ll have some fun with them later! 🙂
In case there are a few out there ready for the spinning barrel ride, you know the one, where the bottom drops out?!
I’m not sure what spirits of the land ignited me yesterday, but I was suddenly driven to create my first wildcraft wreaths. We took a short walk and gathered my supplies: blackberry vines, eucalyptus, rosemary, bay laurel, lemongrass, rose hips and buds, and the ever-pervasive yaupon. (BTW, yaupon leaves browned and crushed makes a tea so similar to black tea it might even fool a real Englishman.) Within a few hours I’d crafted these little gems, no experience necessary.
I’m not saying they’d win any awards, but I had fun and I’m happy to be bringing in the natural beauty of the great outdoors and not be purchasing more imported artificial crap.
A few are convinced, as am I, that the creative force connects us to something greater than the self. There is an awareness that seems to imbibe a non-temporal, non-spatial state of being. I had no idea how to do this, yet I did it, without a coach, or a class, or any advice from the internet or my far more crafty sister. I did almost call her, I’ll admit. But then a still small voice said, “No, you’ve got this.”
I consider myself very lucky that my family and friends are not ones who expect gifts from me. But this Christmas I’m going to step it up a notch–I will purchase nothing, at all. I will forage and create. And who knows, in a few years maybe you will find me at the local Arts & Crafts fair, with my own stall, sharing my wildcrafts with other lovers of nature.
I invite y’all to rethink your purchases these holidays and consider getting crafty instead.