Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Is HAARP Safe?


10:16 the Public Relations fellow from HAARP says HAARP has such big effects on the Earth, then the Project Manager from HAARP says "nope, HAARP has no effect on the Earth."


Sanctify

We all generally want to feel "happy". But when you reflect on your life, when did your big spiritual growth spurts happen? Usually deep growth comes from hardship and strife, from those dark nights of the soul. I think many humans rob themselves of a rich life experience by succumbing to the assembly line of quick distractions and comforts- TV, gossip, scrolling social media, overeating, partying, alcohol, drugs, pornography... the multitude of balms we rub on ourselves, and they are plentiful. Left unaware, we become slaves to sense gratification.

I think it's crucial that we make ourselves present for life, all of it, rather than distract. We must understand why we're here in this human form, which is for spiritual realization, not just a happenstance universe explosion as Materialists would have you believe (and had me believe for a good portion of my life). In this way, you can reinterpret suffering and not be a captive to the finite material world, the body you're in, and what it's currently enduring. 

Hone your mind. Connect to the Divine through daily devotion. Build up a sanctuary in yourself. Fortify what is eternal in you.

Mark Lanegan's voice

 








Quick thought on Tucker Carlson

Tucker has a role in the continuation of the narrative and the red-blue divide and the fact that he's allowed to stay on mainstream media proves that. Look at all of the whistleblowers who are getting fired by the network left and right for [genuinely] speaking out (refer to Project Veritas), but Tucker's job remains secure. I think you can see the deceit in his eyes, personally. He has the eyes of a man who is acting, but that's a digression. It's Hegelian Dialectic at it's finest- so many half-truths from both parties--thesis / anti-thesis--while the synthesis gets missed.

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

About this bizarre northwestern heat wave...


 

Watery beginnings



It's been over a hundred degrees during the day lately. The ground is so dry and it's clear that wildfire season could amp up at any minute. On our raw land way out in the mountains, we needed water. So to get started, we installed and filled a 1,500-gallon water tank! Not a bad start. You'll hear more about our watery plans in this video, and then enjoy the other little sweet details of life too. Enjoy! Hope Midsummer is treating you all well.

Friday, June 18, 2021

Inflation

Since everyone's talking about inflation these days, it's good to understand it. Inflation does not mean "prices going up." And the Federal Reserve, who prints all of the money, thereby decreasing the value of the dollar (i.e. your wealth, what you can afford, what you accrue for your progeny, etc.), is not 'the government' - they're a private entity. A good book to better understand money, the Federal Reserve, and, well, those who rule you, is "The Creature From Jekyll Island." But just sticking to understanding inflation, here's a useful video:



Friday, June 11, 2021

Northwesterner

Sitting in my camper in the mountains, drinking coffee all day, listening to bigfoot stories as I work... really beginning to feel like one of those Northwesterners. A good [season 1-2] Twin Peaks cast member. Which I'm fine with. Just need to replace my wardrobe with corduroy, flannel, and hats only. And invest in a HAM radio setup. But seriously, have you listened to the Sierra Camp footage at the end of Missing 411: The Hunted?! * opens eyes really big * Have you!?




Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Recent shenanigans

Up at our remote mountain property, we've been preparing and planning the off-grid water system and taking some time to harvest pine pollen, despite weather shenanigans. And then a cold and relaxing Sunday kayak at my favorite place. Life is good. "If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains, you're lucky enough" indeed.