RSS Feed

Climate Modification

Yesterday was absolutely beautiful. The many trees in my small valley have turned into their Fall colors and were shining in the brightness of the sun. The air was still. The sky was clear and colored the robins egg blue I remembered as a kid. It was truly a zipadee doo daa day.

I started my daily walking of the dogs by heading north down the lane between the tree covered hills towards the corn fields at the end of the valley. I felt really good as I shuffled along talking to the dogs . . . until I turned and looked up into the sky behind me where the sun was coming up.

I didn’t hear them coming. I didn’t see them at all. They were too high. All I saw was three long thin lines of silver smoke forming in the clear blue sky as they gushed from the invisible planes making their way across my valley . . . SHIT! they’re back.

As I stumbled around trying to get a picture, more appeared across the hill tops traveling in different directions. I knew from experience what was about to happen.

It was no time at all until the chemtrails began to spread apart and link up to color the entire sky silver gray . . . the same color I was used to seeing pretty much all summer. By late afternoon it was harder for my old lungs to breathe.

I have to say that this stuff is affecting me on a really deep, visceral level, nothing intellectual about it. I am ready for war if the enemy ever reveals himself.

I don’t know if anybody looks up from that spot two inches in front of their feet anymore or what . . . I mention chemtrails to anyone from my wife to the guy at the feed barn and all I get is that ho hum your nuts look that I am becoming quite used to seeing. Are you guys just too afraid of the possibilities? Do you actually believe the scientists doing this shit know what they are doing? Do you even notice the dead trees and vegetation and birds and bugs and . . . christ I could go on for a week.

If you are a tree hugger nothing in this world is as important as stopping these weather modification experiments like HAARP and ‘chemical aerosol spraying’ from aircraft. It will take a huge effort from a zillion concerned people across the planet to stop them, but even if we can’t I’d rather go down fighting than allow these sheep dips to destroy this planet with impunity.

Anyway I found this interview from an old timer rancher in NM on Dane’s site and it is an eye opener. The guys 89 years old and has lived in the NM mountains all his life as a cattle rancher . . . listen to it all, it will open your eyes.

Wake up dammit! . . .

Climate Modification Catastrophe, A First Hand Account.

Betrayal

You said that I betrayed you
I can’t tell you what that did.
Once again I’d been defeated
By my impulsive id.

So I languish here within my soul
I ache in grievous pain.
While I watch that scene before me play
Again – and again – – and again.

What could I do to break the curse
What could I do to change
That sorrow filled face
Held together by grace
What could I do? . . . please what could I do?

I have mood swings every day
That have nothing to do with you.
I say and do things
I wish I’d never do.
Cruel things
Mean things
Cloaked in colored garb.
A joke
A curse
A barb.

I have mood swings every day
What more can I say?

And the devil played a lively tune
And the wise man danced along
And the tune was sharp and sweet and funny
And it’s rhythm very strong.

But the devils tunes
They are not free
And the time will come to pay.
And unless the wise man wise’s up
it’s not so far away.

Bolivia Gives Legal Rights To The Earth | Earth. We are one.

This is just a start folks . . . I hope!

Bolivia Gives Legal Rights To The Earth | Earth. We are one..

Edgar Cayce

Carolina Chocolate Drops

Posted on

Introducing . . . the happy . . . lively . . . downbeat beautifully neat! . . . Carolina Chocolate Drops!! . . . . .

Enough

Posted on

I want to write a love poem . . . sweet and easy.
I want to find a way to say the golden things
The things with wings.
I want to mimic Gibran . . . and Rumi too
I want to write a love poem . . . I do I really do.

I sit at the break of day
When the hush of morn surrounds.
I think of all those loving things
where peace and love abounds.
A thought so strong it births a tear
Takes me back to a better year . . .

BUT ALL I HEAR . . .

Across the hilltops flying high
Are cries from earth
And water
And sky.

ENOUGH! ENOUGH! . . . we say
IF you wish to live another day!
ENOUGH! ENOUGH!! ENOUGH!!!

My Old Friend

Posted on

How long old friend shall I be with you?
It’s been a fast and merry ride.
At times a bit too exciting
When we’ve had no place to hide.

While others, we’ve languished along the way
All peaceful and serene.
And oh the mountains we’ve climbed upon
And the valleys deep we’ve seen.

But now that the time is drawing nigh
When it’s ruled we must depart.
Now I wonder how it would have been
Had we had a different start.

But then what more than what we’ve had
What more could we have done?
To bring us yet more closer still
To make us more as one.

As I gaze upon your aged face
A face I hold so dear
I give you one last parting glance
And slowly shuffle from the mirror.

Chasing Rabbits

Posted on

“Bang, bang, you’re dead!” Tommy yells from the thick woods bordering our back yard. “Bang, bang, you’re dead! Ha! I got you right between the eyes! You’re dead!”

Tommy’s laughter recedes.

“Bravo One, Bravo One, this is Delta, Over . . . Bravo One, this is Delta, over.” Again and again the same agitated voice. “Bravo one. Can you read me? Over.”

My pounding heartbeat all but silences the incessant static of the radio . . . I’m trying to find the handset lying somewhere to my side, trying to answer.

My ears are ringing. My eyes struggle to focus . . . roll over. Crawl away. Move!’

Nothing works.

Blurred, ghost-like images move swiftly past . . . I struggle against the panic seeking to engulf me, close my eyes and attempt to merge with the mud I am lying in.

“Help me,” a voice moans to my left. I hear cursing to my front. The low cough of an AK shatters the stillness. Pleading screams followed by more shots, curses . . . more shots.

The shooting ends as quickly as it had started. A hushed silence falls over the scene as ghosts melt into the thick underbrush.

I try to roll over . . . to escape into the jungle before they return . . . but my legs have detached themselves from my brain and are doing a strange mud dance of their own.

I think of my dad, years ago, laughing as Buster the old coonhound runs in his sleep by the fireplace, “He’s chasing rabbits,” dad says to me. I watch old Buster run . . . and slowly fade away.

Tommy laughs at me lying beneath the oak tree playing dead and pokes me with the butt of his BB gun. “Gotcha, Jimmy. Ha! You’re dead.”

END

Quantum Mechanics

(Parts of this writing taken from an essay by Arjun Walia on the site Collective Evolution)

What we perceive as our physical material world, is really not physical or material at all, in fact, it is far from it. This has been proven time and time again by multiple Nobel Peace Prize physicists across the world.

“If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet. Everything we call real is made of things that cannot be regarded as real.” – Niels Bohr

It’s quite the conundrum, isn’t it? Our experience tells us that our reality is made up of physical material things, and that our world is an independently existing objective one. The revelation that the universe is not an assembly of physical parts, suggested by Newtonian physics, and instead comes from a holistic entanglement of immaterial energy waves stems from the work of Albert Einstein, Max Planck and Werner Heisenberg, among others.

A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the ‘observer creates the reality.’ As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a “mental” construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. (R. C. Henry, “The Mental Universe”; Nature 436:29, 2005)

The significance of this information is for us to wake up, and realize that we are all energy, radiating our own unique energy signature. Feelings, thoughts and emotions play a vital role, quantum physics helps us see the significance of how we all feel. If all of us are in a peaceful loving state inside, it will no doubt impact the external world around us, and influence how others feel as well.

“If you want to know the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” - Nikola Tesla.

What this all means is that if we are in a constant state of fear, denial, hatred or anger we are helping to create a world filled with these negative emotions.

If we are in a constant state of love, mercy and grace we are creating a world filled with these positive emotions.

As I observe and study the world around me I automatically shrink into a defensive position because what I see makes me so angry I want to retaliate against it in a physical manner. I know this physical world is in deep trouble on so many fronts it is getting harder to even write them all down. . . but if I join in the chaos and react in anger and self righteousness what good am I doing to myself and those around me? I am just adding to the confusion.

I understand the theory of quantum mechanics and I totally get it . . . BUT walking this earth with love in my heart is the hardest damn thing I think I have ever attempted to do (it could get me killed!) . . . and yet if not me . . . then who?

Hey Boehner . . . It’s a no brainer!

Congress Moran’s News Commentary: Dangerous to Avoid Environmental Issues
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 7:50 PM0 COMMENTS
By James Moran

Last week, House Republicans scheduled the final votes before Election Day and then sent everyone home. Sadly, under their leadership, Congress never considered badly needed legislation at any point this session that would extend long term unemployment benefits, simplify the tax code, reform our immigration system, or raise the minimum wage and help struggling families.

Instead, last week, under Speaker Boehner’s leadership, we voted for the 218th time this session to weaken existing laws that protect our health and the environment. This is pointless and counterproductive.

Irrefutable scientific evidence indicates that carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gasses are causing climate change. Higher than average summer temperatures are causing glaciers and ice sheets to melt and sea levels to rise.

Greenland’s Mittivakkat Glacier has been through two consecutive melt seasons featuring record losses of frozen ice. The glacier lost seven feet of ice in 2010 and another eight feet melted away in 2011.

Compounding the problem is the effect of thermal expansion in our oceans. Since water expands as it warms, higher global temperatures are causing the oceans to rise and many islands around the world to slowly disappear. The Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean, is the most famous example, but about 16 islands have disappeared off the coast of Maryland and Virginia in the last century.

The cost of continuing to ignore the erosion of our coastline would be tremendous. Nearly 127 million people live in coastal areas of the United States. They support 57 million jobs and contribute nearly $7 trillion to our economy. That’s almost half of our national economic output.

Higher sea levels alone will increase the average annual cost of coastal storms along the eastern seaboard and Gulf of Mexico by $2 to $3.5 billion in the next 15 years. Sea level rise is occurring three to four times faster on the East Coast of the United States. In fact, Virginia especially will feel the effects of sea level rise as much of our coastal marshland is also sinking.

Nowhere is this problem a bigger concern than in Virginia’s tidal region, where the large U.S. Navy presence is vital to our national security. Hampton Roads has already experienced 14 inches of sea level rise since 1930. The region, home to the largest naval base in the U.S., will need major renovations to adapt to rising tides.

Already the base is plagued by power outages and will need millions of dollars more in repairs to maintain operations. Similar stories are occurring across the country as the Department of Defense looks to ready itself for harsher impacts of climate change in the years to come. Yet, last year, Congress passed an amendment banning the Defense Department from using funds to study climate change risks.

We cannot reverse climate change but we can slow the impact and our contributions to it. It’s ridiculous and dangerous to refuse to even study the issue. President Obama has led on this issue since he took office. It’s time for Congress to work with the President and the public to take action now.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 256 other followers