Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Altered Resonance of Viruses & Bacteria

I am thinking that on some basic level humans are a modified form of bacteria. I mean in a 'building-block' sense. How can bacteria and viruses (and molds) effect human physiology? There would have to be a 'relationship' for there to be an effect.

As an artist, because I see things in pictures, the larger picture is made up from little dots. Translated into non-artistic glyphs that means little bits of matter, implying that in some ways humans are merely a more complex walking form of fungus. If our basic elements return to their primordeal state, we are not walking humans any more we are breaking up into our constituent parts. Our origins. Where we came from. Simple, single cell animals, bacteria and forms of fungus. The building blocks of life.

In the future they are healing people with sound. Not the kind of sounds we know today. Frequencies of harmonic resonance heard and applied on a cellular level. These frequencies are not normally heard by the human ear, but are felt on a cellular level. In this respect we are going to pay a high price for the misuse and resulting imbalance of these resonant frequencies in the form of microwave communications and low pulse frequency communications.

Science is beginning to uncover the secret of matter, as outlined by more ancient forms of science, that matter is sound. Bacteria sing, viruses sing, molecules sing. They have a vocal resonant signature. This means that sound frequencies can clear the body of choruses of elements harmful to human health. In theory, frequencies could also transform toxins and heavy metals into a more harmless state. But that is way ahead of where we are now.

Some researchers put 'allergies' at the heart of all illnesses. So far these researchers have not found the Rosetta stone that will allow them to fully understand the interrelating language code. Because these elements are all talking to each other. They are speaking a complex molecular language. On a molecular level, they understand the language - but we don't understand the language. If we did understand the language we would have the key to life.

I am sure there are ways to understand the first steps to the harmonic resonance of the human energy field. Because the physical molecules are talking back and forth with the energy fields. Fungus has an elecrical frquency and an energy field. Bacteria have their own energy fields. It is the same with viruses. All the contactee stories of people being taken aboard UFO's describe the same proceedure: They get disinfected in a beam of light, there is a sound or they drink something bitter that makes them feel sick. It is probably anti-parasite medicine.

One of the reasons that resonance is so important in this coming age is because we are moving into a frequency that requires a certain resonance. A race intelligent enough to create that resonance within the society will be able to operate at those more advanced frequencies. We have fallen so far behind that society is in danger of completely imploding due to the loss of an essential integrated field. Conflict is the most damaged form of social implosion.

In some ways the health problems faced by humankind are signalling man to move back towards the resonant field. If we continue to live outside the harmonic resonant field things will continue to go down. When we cooperate to build our lives and our societies in balance with the harmonic resonant field, we will prosper. Each atom can take any form, and the form is determined by and through conciousness. The Unified Field is one atomic structure manifesting a variety of forms, but it is essentially one atomic structure.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Solar Climate Changes

Is The Sun Driving Climate Change? Carefully observing nature one cannot miss increasing global changes in the earth's climate, but is it a natural occurance? The earth's climate has been fluctuating from extremely warm temperatures, to mild weather, to ice ages for millions of years. Climate change wiped out the dinosaurs and mankind inherited the earth. The deserts of the Middle East were once the lands of milk and honey. Over time the rivers dried into sand, communities were abandoned and large groups of people wandered into today's Europe. Did these people simply wander, or were resources dwindling due to social upheaval as a result of changes in the climate?

During the time of the Medieval Warm Period temperatures were warmer than they are today, as a result of this vinyards were grown as far as the North of England. Following the warm period Europe experienced what historians call the Little Ice Age. What I find interesting about this documentary on Climate Change is the reference to the water vapour which accounts for 95 percent of the atmospheric "Greenhouse gases".

The Oceans are the biggest producers of Carbon Dioxide, and the most interesting factor of this is that there is a time lag of hundreds of years between the chnages in temperature and the amout of Carbon Dioxide going into or out of the sea? Due to the vast size of the Oceans they take hunderds of years to warm up or cool down. The implication of this is that if the CO2 theories were correct, it would still take hundreds of years to correct anything taking place in the Oceans in terms of the absorbtion or realease of CO2. This means that the Oceans change over hundreds of years, and not overnight.

I have a feeling that the sluggishness in the Oceans ability to cope with the pollution is elecro-magnetic. By that I mean that all life processes of renewal, rebuilding, cellular and molecular transformation are driven by magnetism... and if the magnetic field of the earth is growing weaker then this would effect all processes of life on earth - on land as well as in the Oceans. However, if this is the case, then humans would have to cut back on pollution to the environment, because the earth is not going to be cleaning it up for us, during a weakening of the planet's magnetic field. We will be choking in our own waste.

As stewards of this planet, I don't think we should be destroying nature and polluting the rivers, the drinking water of all creatures, the seas. People have to learn to respect the planet they live on. This has nothing to do with climate change. It has to do with living a clean and healthy life and not abusing the resources of the wrold you live on.

Monday, August 20, 2007

The Biofuel Illusion

The statistics are showing that Europe and America do not have the land to grow enough corn to meet their fuel consumption demands, so that explains why they are all investing in palm oil plantations in Malaysia and Indonesia. China is investing heavily in removing the virgin forest in Malaysia and Indonesia for their palm oil plantations, and as a result are making a killing through the timber they are removing.

In a few years from now there is going to be some disaster in which scientists will report that if these countries had not cut down the forests the disaster would not have had such a terrible effect. The mono-plantations will either have been washed away or destroyed, or even better! An alternative is discovered through which the world does not need palm oil... That will happen. Meanwhile, they have totally destroyed their forests and as a result the bio-diversity crashes and the effect it has on the human population in Asia, will be as equally devastating as the current effect human behaviour is having on the Urangutan.

Why is Palm Oil Replacing Rainforests?
Surveys of the region commissioned by WWF found that much of the land is poorly suited for oil palm. Mountainous terrain combined with inappropriate altitude and climate for oil palm means that only 10 percent at most can be considered adequate for cultivation and lends credibility to claims by environmental groups that the entire plan may be a cover for a massive logging scheme to harvest the area’s rich timber resources.

Greenomics, an Indonesian forestry non-governmental organization, has calculated the timber value in the border region at $26 billion. Logging the area set aside for oil-palm plantations would net substantial amounts of revenue for logging firms and considerable tax income for the Indonesian government.

AlterNet July 7, 2006
There's been a lot of talk lately about the promise of biofuels -- liquid fuels like ethanol and biodiesel made from plants -- to reduce our dependence on oil. Even President Bush beat the biofuel drum in his last State of the Union speech.

Fuel from plants? Sounds pretty good. But before you rush out to buy an E-85 pickup, consider:

-- The United States annually consumes more fossil and nuclear energy than all the energy produced in a year by the country's plant life, including forests and that used for food and fiber, according to figures from the U.S. Department of Energy and David Pimentel, a Cornell University researcher.

-- To produce enough corn-based ethanol to meet current U.S. demand for automotive gasoline, we would need to nearly double the amount of land used for harvested crops, plant all of it in corn, year after year, and not eat any of it. Even a greener fuel source like the switchgrass President Bush mentioned, which requires fewer petroleum-based inputs than corn and reduces topsoil losses by growing back each year, could provide only a small fraction of the energy we demand.

-- The corn and soybeans that make ethanol and biodiesel take huge quantities of fossil fuel for farm machinery, pesticides and fertilizer. Much of it comes from foreign sources, including some that may not be dependable, such as Russia and countries in the Middle East.

-- Corn and soybean production as practiced in the Midwest is ecologically unsustainable. Its effects include massive topsoil erosion, pollution of surface and groundwater with pesticides, and fertilizer runoff that travels down the Mississippi River to deplete oxygen and life from a New Jersey-size portion of the Gulf of Mexico.

-- Improving fuel efficiency in cars by just 1 mile per gallon -- a gain possible with proper tire inflation -- would cut fuel consumption equal to the total amount of ethanol federally mandated for production in 2012.

Rather than chase phantom substitutes for fossil fuels, we should focus on what can immediately both slow our contribution to global climate change and reduce our dependence on oil and other fossil fuels: cutting energy use.

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Colon Collapse Disorder

I have been wondering if the intestines of the bees are collapsing due to many factors: "This is not colony collapse disorder, the bees have colon collapse disorder." The reasons for this are the unnatural breeding of, and the long distance transportation of the queen bee's, worker bees and whole hives. The conventional bee industry is also a heavy user of anti-biotics. The moment you use anti-biotics on the bees, you destroy their healthy intestinal bacteria, leaving them vulnerable to illness, fungus and mold. The friendly intestinal bacteria are the bee's immune defence, destroy that and you destroy the bees. Destroy the bees and you destroy the colony.

The Apiary industry takes the raw, enzyme rich honey (food) from the bees and in return it feeds them denaturated sugar water. If you feed them brown sugar the bees get sick. Fungus? Mold? Therefore the bees get refined sugars devoid of essential minerals and enzymes. The so-called "Colony Collapse Disorder" is perhaps more accurately described as severe malnutrition.

Bee pollen does not harbour any pathological bacteria. It one of the richest sources of protein available. It can help to correct nutritional imbalances. People suffering from Allergies have been known to reduce the symptoms using bee pollen, which act as an antioxidant. Germs contained in pollen improve the intestinal flora. =0=

I was walking home through town, thinking about the bees Colon Collapse Disorder, when a small bee came buzzing out of nowhere to fly directly in front of me. I don't wear perfume of any kind, but I wear a small stone Hopi bear pendant. The little bee was hovering (flying) backwards in front of the Hopi stone bear pendant as I was walking. At the time I thought it was funny that I am thinking about the bees collapsing colons and this little bee appears in front of me, as though it can see my thoughts. The bee actually lands on the small hopi bear hanging around my neck.

I know that the enzymes and high potency darmflora works, because it is working for me. I am sure it would work for the bees too. That is what human beekeepers are taking away from the bee colonies. They are taking away the living enzymes and the mineral rich food the bees produce for themselves. In place of the living foods the beekeeping industry give the bees ANTI-BIOTICS. Which kill all their beneficial Darmflora. The bee colonies suffer colon collapse, because without healthy intestinal flora the bees (and humans too), have lower immune system and are more susceptible to parasites, fungus, bacteria and viruses.

The bee landing on the Hopi stone bear pendant means they are asking for respect. The bees will work with mankind as long as they get respect. The bee lands on the bear - think about it! Beekeepers are going to have to start feeding the bees colon friendly bacteria, enzymes and minerals to get the colonies back to health. Humans have to put a stop to the Bee Industry, with their bad breeding habits and abuse of the bee colonies and queen bees. If beekeepers will not change the way they work with the bees then consumers can change it for them.

Don't buy Bee Industry honey or products.
Move towards a Bee-Industry-Free standard of doing business, caring for the bees, respecting the bee colonies and feeding the bees the flora needed to bring their colons back to health. Stop drowing the bees in anti-biotics... The problem is not colony collapse, it is beekeeper induced colon collapse disorder. If the consumers knew this they would change their support for this monster industry. Go Organic - save the bee's!