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Articles and Books / Awareness in the Eye of the Storm
« Last post by admin on September 27, 2016, 07:04:30 PM »
There is a tribulation coming.  If you are in awareness you may have wondered what is the point of being in awareness if you cannot afford bullets, beans, and bunkers?  Does this mean your awareness is a curse and you are doomed?  No.  Your awareness is a blessing and a sacred mission.  You are called to be a mentor, a comforter, and a teacher firmly centered in the peace of God, in the eye of the storm that is coming. 

If you are reading this and wondering what it means, “to be in awareness,” then you're likely new to the topic of the Planet X Tribulation.  Most of those who are in awareness range in ages from 45 to 70, and have been aware of the coming tribulation through dreams, visions, and personal revelations given starting in childhood.  Granted, a few do come to awareness through a process of logic, but most find their awareness through more metaphysical means, both young and old alike. 

However you have arrived at your awareness, if you are an honest seeker of truth you will come to the same question:  “What is the purpose of this process of awareness?”
Solar Events / Re: Ed's Newer Topic for Geomagnetic Warnings, etc.
« Last post by Yowbarb on September 27, 2016, 06:33:57 PM »
Yowbarb Note: Screen shot below Sept 27, 2016 G2 (Moderate) Geomagnetic Storm and one more expected

GEOMAGNETIC STORM IN PROGRESS: Arriving earlier than expected, a stream of high-speed solar wind has engulfed Earth's magnetic field on Sept. 27th.  The result was a G2-class geomagnetic storm.
Permaculture / Growing or stagnant; sustainability vs increase
« Last post by Socrates on September 27, 2016, 06:12:55 PM »
When you're green you're growing, when you're ripe you rot
While working at McDonald's i was told that it's founder espoused this saying and that the principle behind it was why McDonald's restaurants were a world-wide phenomenon. (The saying matters, the rest doesn't here.)

In a world in which conventional agriculture DESTROYS resources, permaculture principles and tactics may seem like a god-send. But there's really a permaculture implication, practice and principle that so-called sustainability is just about NOT MAKING THINGS WORSE. And that's really not setting the bar all that high.

Even permaculture experts only seem to be talking about mineral QUANTITY: keep the minerals in the soil.
There's an underlying principle, assumption or feeling that if you just leave nature in tact everything will be fine. Supposedly mainstream farmers have been destroying nature and if we just stop doing that, things will be great. But is setting the bar higher than the people who were destroying the planet really good enough? Hey, you're not as bad as Hitler; kudos for you!
Permaculture is good, don't get me wrong. But is it GREAT? Is it the best you could be accomplishing and is it even what you SHOULD be accomplishing?

Don't destroy soil and don't be a parasite on the land. Doctors might say: First do no harm. But doctors don't stop there. Why should you stop at doing GOOD when you approach farming?
It's simple; there are ways of BRINGING MINERALS TO the land that are not commonly talked about in permaculture circles. As someone who has researched health and diet for decades, this disturbs me for i have learned that minerals are not just important in relation to farming, they are also just about the most important thing in relation to health.

The main ways of BRINGING IN minerals is through seawater fertilization and rockdust.
However, putting manure on the land is really not about ADDING minerals; it is about RECYCLING and conserving them. What if the ground holds little to no selenium or silver? Does manure solve the problem? Well, it might if the animals that created the manure were eating foods that grew on selenium-rich or silver-rich soil and the plants they were eating were also uptaking said minerals. But those are two big IFs to begin with and since most soils nowadays are minerally deficient, if you have such amazing soil containing selenium and silver [forget about all the other trace minerals], you should be farming THERE...
Adding seawater or seasalt in solution [1 part seawater to 5 parts fresh water for grass] is the option that provides the widest range of minerals one might add to ones soil.

There are schools of thought in regard to seawater but i did recently learn that seasalt as fertilizer was the main product bought by farmers in the U.S.A. in the 19th century (besides gypsum). So there does not appear to be a reason to fear it, no matter which school of thought you adhere to.
Some people reckon that all that sodium in seawater should be bad for plants. That's not based on research, it's more of a gut analysis. However...
- 50 years of research by Maynard Murray disprove this idea
- the world's coastal regions fed by seawater that are the most productive in the world disprove it
- Geoff Lawton's Greening the Desert project proves plants can deal with excessive salinity
- there are OTHER lifeforms in soil and some of these LOVE all that sodium
However, 70% of sea minerals do consist of sodium chloride [tablesalt] and to get rid of it all you have to do is scrape it off the top; that's how salt manufacturers get tablesalt. Then you are left with just the bitters and some schools of seawater fertilization thought believe this is better to add to soil.
To be fair, not enough research has been done and personal experimentation could prove that one is better than the other in certain circumstances, for certain soils or for certain plants.

Permaculture sees a region with a certain grouping of flora and fauna and reckons that if one can just bring THAT ecology back to it's original state and KEEP IT THERE that one has done an amazing thing. And that much is true. However... It doesn't mean that all natural ecologies contain all the nutrients and minerals that HUMAN BEINGS require!
The greatest human settlements and cultures developed in certain areas where certain minerals were in abundance. That way people were not only able to SURVIVE but their brains, especially, were offered all the nutrients they required in order to achieve human GREATNESS. I'm talking especially about minerals like iodine, magnesium and lithium. You can survive on less of these but, for instance, Jorge Flechas is an iodine expert who states that if you give a pregnant mother sufficient quantities of iodine, that her child may have as many as 30 IQ points more... Now would you deprive your child of optimal brain function for no good reason? And what if smart people aren't smart but normal and today's normal people are dumn...? God knows destroying your own environment and thinking that NOT destroying it should be the greatest one might hope to accomplish don't say much about one's humanity or reasoning capabilities...

When you're green you're growing, when you're ripe you rot; conventional farming isn't about growing, it is about destructive, ravaging and parasitical tactics. But is permaculture about "growing"?
Permaculture is about sustainability but as i've heard one person put it: if you had to say your marriage is "sustainable", that doesn't sound like much, does it?
No, the saying applies to permaculture; you need to do more than just not go backwards. OF COURSE not going backwards is better than sliding down into clear mineral deficiencies, but there's more to growing food than managing soil, in the sense that a "manager" is really someone there to keep things rolling along smoothly. But the person in charge (of a company or in this case, of the soil) should also be looking to the future and to underlying principles and practical realities. So then there are 3 options: going backwards, standing still, or moving into an increasingly bright future:
- being in a state of rot
- being ripe and on the verge of rot
- being green and growing
What one popularly reads and hears about permaculture, specifically in a mineral sense, is that it is RIPE, i.e. one might be doing much better still. One might also be ADDING to mineral QUANTITY and QUALITY.
Another article about this "event" ..

Speaking of Giant Meteor 2016, NASA Missed the One That Hit Earth Yesterday

NASA Missed The Huge Meteor That Just Hit Earth: “Definitely Not Something You See Every Day”
Daisy Luther
September 27th, 2016

Editor’s Comment: The threat of impact has gained more focus recently, as if we are all expecting something major and earth changing to happen sometime soon. Who knows what will come, but it is best to be prepared for anything… If a sufficiently large space rock destroyed a major metro or city, the disaster could be bigger than anything we have imagined.

One thing is clear, nobody should wait around for the authoritative word of NASA, FEMA, the governor or the president. There is no doubt that being prepared at the individual level is the most important factor in being ready for this, or any other cataclysmic event.

Speaking of Giant Meteor 2016, NASA Missed the One That Hit Earth Yesterday

by Daisy Luther

Folks frustrated with the American election have been decorating their vehicles with the sentiment, “Giant Meteor 2016: Just End It Already.”  Well, they almost got their wish, and NASA missed the whole darned thing.

NASA, tasked with protecting us from incoming threats from space, failed to spot a meteor that slammed into the ocean off the coast of Australia yesterday (Sept. 16). Police received hundreds of calls as people watched a fireball move across the sky above the Gladstone area of Queensland.

People also called emergency services reporting an earthquake, but Geoscience Australia said no quake occurred at the time. The assumption is that is was the impact of the meteor landing. Storm chasers reported that the impact occurred some distance offshore near Turkey Beach.

Interestingly there is little in the mainstream media mentioning the meteor. This is rather surprising since it’s not something that happens every day. It seems that they are so focused is the world on war, strife, financial meltdown, and the elections that they seem to forget that the natural world can throw us a curveball with no warning whatsoever.

Eyewitnesses described the phenomenon as a “ball of flame falling from the sky” and a “brilliant meteor flash overhead and disappear over the sea.”

One man said he felt the explosion, which shook his house and reported seeing a very bright light, according to a report by the Mirror.

“Large impacts like these may have had a far more significant role in the Earth’s evolution than previously thought,” Dr. Andrew Glikson of the Australian National University’s School of Archaeology and Anthropology told Australian Geographic

Maybe it was a fragment of one of the close objects...

I second that.
2014 - 2016 Global Signs and Trends via the www / Re: Suspicious0bservers
« Last post by MadMax on September 27, 2016, 04:04:11 PM »
A Level II Geomagnetic Storm is underway..

The ‘Elates’ know what is coming and have put many things in place to give them as much warning as possible.. The rest of us “steerage” as Marshall put its need to try and be prepared as we can for the “upcoming events” ..

US sharpens surveillance of crippling solar storms
Next-generation space-weather model will map the danger facing power grids.

Alexandra Witze
20 September 2016

In the fight to protect Earth from solar storms, the battle lines are drawn in space at a point 1.6 million kilometers away. There, a US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellite waits for electrons and protons to wash over it, a sign that the Sun has burped a flood of charged particles in our direction.

As early as the end of this month, NOAA should have a much better idea of just how dangerous those electromagnetic storms are. The agency will begin releasing forecasts that use a more sophisticated model to predict how incoming solar storms could fry electrical power grids. It will be the clearest guide yet as to which utility operators, in what parts of the world, need to worry.

“This is the first time we will get short-term forecasts of what the changes at the surface of the Earth will be,” says Bob Rutledge, lead forecaster at NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado. “We can tell a power-grid customer not only that it will be a bad day, but give them some heads-up on what exactly they will be facing.

Powerful solar storms can knock out radio communications and satellite operations, but some of their most devastating effects are on electrical power grids. In 1989, a solar storm wiped out Canada’s entire Hydro-Québec grid for hours, leaving several million people in the dark. In 2003, storm-induced surges fried transformers in South Africa and overheated others at a nuclear power plant in Sweden. But if a power company knows that a solar storm is coming, officials can shunt power from threatened areas of the network to safer ones or take other precautions.

Until now, NOAA had warned of solar activity using the planetary K-index, a scale that ranks the current geomagnetic threat to the entire Earth. The new ‘geospace’ forecast, which draws on more than two decades of research, comes in the form of a map showing which areas are likely to be hit hardest (G. Tóth et al. J. Geophys. Res. Space Phys. 110, A12226; 2005).

Knowing that Canada, for instance, will be hit harder than northern Europe helps grid operators, says Tamas Gombosi, a space physicist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who helped to develop the model. He compares it to having a hurricane forecast that says a storm will hit Florida, rather than just somewhere on the planet (see ‘Storms from the Sun’).

Latest headlines since the previous lists in this topic, most recent first from each source.

*  September 26, 2016 12:30 PM Mtn - NASA Confirms Europa Does Emit Water Vapor Plumes from Its Deep Salty Ocean Beneath Miles of Ice. Next NASA Wants to Analyze Plumes for Ocean Chemistry — Even Organic Life?  Click for in-depth report about Europa.

*  Iowa braces for major flooding, more than 10 000 evacuated from Cedar Rapids [USA]
*  Volcanic alert level at Mount Bromo raised to 3, Indonesia
*  Swarm of small earthquakes hits Salton Sea, California [USA]

*  Five sinkholes open within two days in Hyderabad, India
*  Barujari volcano erupts in central Indonesia sending ash column 2 km high
*  3.9 magnitude earthquake at Katla Volcano, Iceland
*  Loud, unexplained boom startles residents, rattles windows in South Frontenac, Ontario [Canada]
*  Mysterious Siberian crater, Batagaika, 'gateway to a subterranean world' [Russia]
*  Flooding in Siracusa, Italy caused by heavy rains
*  Three children killed after flash floods hit Tunisia

*  Typhoon Megi: Taiwan braces for third severe storm in two weeks
*  Swarm of 100+ earthquakes hit Salton Sea, California [USA]
** Shark attack leaves teenager with severe injuries in Ballina, Australia
** Police release name of child killed in probable dog attack in Topeka, Kansas [USA]
*  Lightning bolt kills 2 farmers in Jharkhand, India
*  Rain-triggered landslide tears down buildings, school in Dayao County, China

Nothing new in
Survival Shelter and Location Ideas / Maps
« Last post by Socrates on September 27, 2016, 09:18:38 AM »

Hey, wait a minute; see that safe spot in the south of France?
I have 2 ha of land there :D
Earth Changes / Re: Earthquakes General - 2016
« Last post by Jimfarmer on September 27, 2016, 08:59:35 AM »
USGS and EMSC do not agree.  Reporting totals from both.
Earthquake totals in last 24 hours according to:
52 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 186.1   Avg mag = 3.58
93 'quakes of magnitude >2.4   Total mags = 323.3   Avg mag = 3.48
Three strongest quakes from either site:
*  Mag. 5.2  south of Fiji (both sites).
*  Mag. 5.1  south of Fiji and west of Tonga (both sites).
*  Mag. 5.1  between Samoa (nearest) and Tonga (EMSC.  USGS: 4.9).

Largest groups of multiple quakes from either site:
*  23  in southern California USA (USGS.  EMSC: 22).
*  9  in and around Puerto Rico; W, NE, and E (USGS.  EMSC: 7).
*  8  in Chile; north to central (EMSC.  USGS: 0).
*  7  in Turkey;  west incl. nearby islands, and east (EMSC.  USGS: 0).
*  5  in Fiji region; south, and south-east (both sites).
From USGS:
 *  Little shakers (mag. 1.0 ~ 2.4) in Alaska (55 Qs), Hawaii (5 Qs), Washington (state), Wyoming, California, Nevada, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Tennessee (USA);  in SW Yukon (Canada);  in northern Baja California (Mexico);  and in Puerto Rico region (12 Qs).
196 little shakers in California and Nevada (not a typo, but only 37 smaller quakes).
*  Stronger 'quakes (mag. > 2.4) in California and Oklahoma (USA); and in Alaska and Puerto Rico region.
Notes:  Quarry blasts and explosions are excluded from above lists and totals.
USGS lists some sites near borders as near locations across the border.

34 (again) earthquakes of magnitude >1.9 in last 24 hours in Euro-Med region, according to (20 approx. in Turkey again).
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