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Okay, a must read. I don’t trust our governments one bit! Everything they make a hype about serves to rile us up so they can push another agenda on us! Beware what may be coming down the line after all this huffing and puffing about Ebola. -A.

Oct 7, 2014

by Jon Rappoport

Contributor, ZenGardner.com

Note: all my articles on Ebola are archive and can be accessed here: #Ebolagate. They provide extensive background for what I’m outlining here.

First, keep in mind that what I’m talking about is the creation of false reality.

In 1988, as I finished my first book, “AIDS INC., Scandal of the Century,” I made notes for an upcoming radio interview. Here is a relevant excerpt:

“It turns out there is absolutely no reason to say that HIV causes what is called AIDS. Once you subtract HIV from the official story, what are you left with?

“A number of people who present an array of illnesses and symptoms. But without HIV, the ‘glue’ that held them all together vanishes. So now you have sick people.

“You have them in Africa, in New York, San Francisco, Haiti, and other places. Yes, they are sick and they are dying. But that doesn’t make an epidemic, because the tiny virus that was supposed to be at the bottom of all this is missing from the equation.

“This tells you how to invent a fake epidemic. You take many sick and dying people, and you claim there is one germ that is causing all the trouble.

“You promote a few diagnostic tests that ‘will confirm the presence of the germ’ and you tell people they must be tested.

“But the tests don’t really confirm the presence of the germ. They’re deceptive and useless. Of course, the test will register positive in many cases.

Read more: Ebola: How To Stage A Fake Epidemic – Zen Gardner.

I posted this for gardeners and would-be gardeners alike. It was a surprising article due to the fact that it contradicts most of what I’ve read over the years about soil prepartion in regard to producing a healthy crop. Take a read…you will be surprised. -A.

By Dr. Mercola

If you’re passionate about your health, you ultimately will reach the conclusion that the quality of the food you eat in large part determines your health. You need nutrient-dense, non-GMO or non-glyphosate contaminated foods to stay healthy.

You can purchase organic from the store but this is typically shipped long- distance, and in many cases from a different country. You can purchase from local organic farmers but you still have logistical challenges and it may have been picked several days prior to your eating it.

Fortunately, regardless of your income, it is possible to nearly effortlessly grow your own food right in the comfort and convenience of your own backyard and virtually eliminate the time from harvesting to eating.

Paul Gautschi has been a personal inspiration to me, and his garden is a testament to the fact that growing large amounts of healthy food can be very simple, and doesn’t require a lot of time.

The documentary Back to Eden was my first exposure to his work. I struggled for years seeking to unlock the puzzle of growing nutrient-dense food before I came across his recommendations—the simplicity and low cost of which really appealed to me.

The key to growing nutrient-dense food is to have a soil that is abundant with microbial life and nutrients. Sadly, very few of us have access to this type of soil but the good news is that it is relatively easy to create it.

read more: Wood Chips: The Secret to Inexpensive Biodynamic Gardening.

This is a brilliant short video on changes we can all make to battle the effects of an over-busy and over-stressed world. Not to mention, these benefits will not only help you, but help the world to become a better place.

This will make you laugh so hard! You just get used to certain behaviors from cats, so you never think about them till you see them! My cat is fond of rubbing his face and head on my feet and toes. LOL. Enjoy!

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I was recently out at the “Contact in the Desert 2014″ event in Joshua Tree, Ca. The Joshua Tree Retreat Center is a wonderful place with some hidden treasures. This pool/fountain is one such find.

I love the rough texture of the rock against the soft reflection of the trees and clouds in the water.

Sponsored by Daily Post Photo Challenge. Thanks! :)

 

It’s ok to get messy!

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We can’t find our path without getting messy. Messy comes with the territory. We came in messy. We learn messy. We love messy. We leave messy. I never found my way to clarity without first befriending confusion, in all its chaotic forms. I never found a path that felt like home before falling into quicksand. I never established a new way of being without trying the wrong way of being on for size. I never found the light without stumbling around in the dark. I never tasted God before getting a little dirt in my mouth. In the heart of the chaos is the clay that shapes us home. Chaotic Magnificence!

~Jeff Brown

This is a great read…for any and every man, if you ask me. -A.

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Via Bryan Reeves
on Jul 27, 2014

I used to think women were only afraid of aggression in men, in all its forms: anger, rage, physical violence, verbal abuse, sexual aggression, rape.I grew up with all kinds of conflicting social messages about the wrongs and subtle rights of violence against women. With three sisters and two mothers married to my two fathers, I learned early there was something inherently special about women, that they were different from men not just in body parts, but in essence.

I knew they should be protected and respected.

In addition to the daily masculine aggression towards women I encountered outside my home, I also watched my alcoholic step-father terrorize my mother, me and two sisters with an explosive rage he’s 21 years sober now, and a good man. Seeing these beautiful, brilliant women in my life routinely recoil in the face of a horrifying masculine aggression only reinforced my ideas about a woman’s singular fear.

read more: The One Thing That Women Are Afraid of in Men (It’s Not Aggression). ~ Bryan Reeves | elephant journal.

pain

I do not like to think that people “harm me”. Nobody harms me. I harm myself when I choose to step into the shoes of the victim. “The victim” is everyones favorite character to become when the ego is being challenged. We don’t have to be emotional victims of people or ourselves. Emotional discomfort is a tool for learning, not to discourage you. You may feel sad, you may feel hurt, you may feel down. We all share this suffering together. The key is transcending it because it is not who we really are. We got into the collective habit of marinating and identifying ourselves with our pain. Being a victim of pain is a trend in our society and such trend is deeply affecting our mental health because of the repetition of suffering. Repetition is key because we are beings of habit. So i am not really talking about easy. I am talking about POSSIBLE. The magic that lives within the possibilities we consciously choose to manifest. This means all self-inflicted negativity and positivity.

via Lifted Consciousness

Rose Marie Raccioppi, 2011

Rose Marie Raccioppi, 2011

Carnal apple, Woman filled, burning moon,
dark smell of seaweed, crush of mud and light,
what secret knowledge is clasped between your pillars?
What primal night does Man touch with his senses?
Ay, Love is a journey through waters and stars,
through suffocating air, sharp tempests of grain:
Love is a war of lightning,
and two bodies ruined by a single sweetness.
Kiss by kiss I cover your tiny infinity,
your margins, your rivers, your diminutive villages,
and a genital fire, transformed by delight,
slips through the narrow channels of blood
to precipitate a nocturnal carnation,
to be, and be nothing but light in the dark.

~ Pablo Neruda

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“Everyone whose eyes are open knows the world is in an enormous crisis. As many of us as possible need to undergo a massive transformation of consciousness and to find the sacred passion to act from this consciousness in every arena and on every level of reality. It is my deepest belief that only Sacred Activism – the fusion of the deepest mystical knowledge, peace, strength, and stamina with calm, focused, and radical action – can possibly be of use now.

A mysticism that is only private and self-absorbed leaves the evils of the world in tact and does little to halt the suicidal juggernaut of history. And any Activism that is not purified by a profound spiritual vision and psychological self-awareness and rooted in divine truth, wisdom, and compassion will only perpetuate the problem it is trying to solve, whatever its righteous intentions.

When, however, the deepest and most grounded mystical vision is married to a practical and pragmatic drive to transform all existing political, economic, and social institutions, a holy force and power of wisdom in action is born, a force and power that can re-fashion all things and bring humanity, even at this late hour, into harmony with its self and original nature. This force of Sacred Activism I believe will be the source of the birthing power that humanity will need to create a new world from the smoking ashes of the one that is now passing away.” ~ Andrew Harvey

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