Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.
Alright. Giving thanks is our topic because it is such a widely celebrated time period and of course one of the things that I want to bring forth first and foremost would be thanks to Creation or the Creator for the lovely experience of all of existence. Just to really deeply appreciate and give thanks for that.
Of course counting all of your blessings is very important and to reinforce them and ask for even more blessings because you really can’t have too many of those.
I would also say let’s give thanks to the indigenous people, all around the planet. Kind of going back through ancestry and appreciating the roots of physical existence here on Mother Earth, and then of course Mother Earth herself for the bounty that she provides.
Last and certainly not least, thank yourself for all the good that you have done and will do in this world.
As always, thank you and my love to you.
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
“A Thanksgiving offering: five things I’m grateful for.” – C H Smith
My wife suggested I write down five things I’m grateful for today, and I offer that as a suggestion to you. There is a power in the written word which is not accessible to the spoken word.
Writing down what we’re sincerely grateful for is an act of truth–and truth may well be the unspoken essential for all gratitude.
It’s always tempting to veer into pontificating when listing one’s gratitudes (“I’m grateful for black holes, corn bread, cordless drills, Les Paul and Bertrand Russell…”). Few would have the sincerity to be honest about the gratitudes we actually experience–for instance, “I’m grateful for the NFL and the memory of watching Dwight Clark make The Catch.”
For those who don’t understand this as something to be grateful for–it’s a mystical thing.
As important as small gratitudes are in our daily struggle against futility and ennui, it’s also a worthy exercise to ground ourselves occasionally in what gives our lives meaning and purpose: the bedrock of happiness and a life well-lived.
Without a lot of forethought, here is my list of five things I’m thankful for. I guess it reflects the preoccupations of my daily life, which revolves around this weblog, my writing, shoring up my health and our uncertain and possibly troubled future. Continue reading
Do you think it’s possible for people to live in underwater cities? Although it may sound like an idea for a sequel to Christopher Nolan’s hit sci-fi film Interstellar, a Japanese construction firm says it could be a reality by 2030.
The Japanese construction company Shimizu Corp announced a $25-$26 billion underwater eco-city plan called “Ocean Spiral” of 5,000 people that draws its energy from the seabed thousands of metres below.
Shimizu Corp revealed a blueprint for the city of the future in Tokyo last week, claiming that Ocean Spiral will “capitalise on the infinite possibilities of the deep sea” to accommodate human life, as rising sea levels endanger the survival of island communities.
The blueprint shows a vast research and residential station some 10 miles in length that begins just below the sea’s surface and burrows beneath the ocean floor. The Shimizu spokesman Hideo Imamura told the Guardian:
“This is a real goal, not a pipe dream.The Astro Boy cartoon character had a mobile phone long before they were actually invented – in the same way, the technology and knowhow we need for this project will become available.”
The First Quarter Moon of late Thursday night or early Friday morning, depending on time zone, represents an extremely interesting point in the development of the lunation cycle that began a week past and extends into the first three weeks of December. The Moon in this configuration closely connects to Neptune, also Chiron, being a little more than two degrees away from Neptune and in conjunction with their midpoint. This lends a spiritual, idealized and somewhat otherworldly air to the current proceedings. We find that we know more about what we are up to on an instinctual level than we do consciously. Then, too, Uranus and Pluto, in their forming square, are also still very much emphasized by this quarter moon. Because the New Moon itself triggered all three outer planets, this is a very special end-of-year time. As we head into the remainder of this intense cycle, we therefore reach out for a significant new stage in the arc of the individual curve of our own evolutionary growth.
That development, we can understand, must include fundamental change, the hallmark of this Uranus-Pluto intersection. These outer planets in combination represent a powerful revolutionary impulse that throws off established ways that have become outmoded and are no longer viable, both in terms of personal development, and for the society itself. The ferment of the sixties, when they were in conjunction with each other, is the most recent example. For the past several years now, or to be more specific since about 2010, you have been confronted with an inner struggle to transform and grow — in accordance with what you know you need to do from the standpoint of evolutionary necessity — and this comes from your intuitional depths, as signaled by the current Neptune influence. This is basic; in that certain things were left undone in the course of your maturation, and these now need to be fulfilled. It is difficult and painful to leave some part of the past behind, forever, and yet it is comforting to come to the inescapable recognition that those things that you must change, and change radically, while different for each one of us, stem from your own deeper knowing that is sure, ultimately coming from inside. Continue reading
“You’ve been dreaming – now it’s time to wake up!” – J Weidner
Jay Weidner joins us for a discussion of False Flags and Real Consciousness
With love, magic, mystery, prophecy, conspiracy, psychics, underground cities, the Illuminati, Light Bodies and much more. Jay’s upcoming film is The Last Avatar which tells the story of the emergence of Kalki Avatar. Who is Kalki? Kalki is the final Avatar of our current Age of Chaos.
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“I’m not a scholar when it comes to traditional Hawaiian spiritual beliefs, but I’m going to make a wild guess and say the secret spraying of chemicals on the people is not part of that tradition.” – J Rappoport
Barry Kurren is the federal judge overseeing Monsanto’s lawsuit against the county of Maui.
Monsanto sued, after the people of Maui dared to say no. After they voted to stop new Monsanto/Dow GMO development on the Island.
This is the same Judge Barry Kurren who ruled against the people of Kauai in a similar case.
As the New York Times put it (8/26/14): “A federal judge in Hawaii has struck down a local ordinance that would have restricted or regulated the use of pesticides and genetically modified crops on the island of Kauai, saying the measure was pre-empted by state law.
“United States Magistrate Judge Barry M. Kurren wrote in one of his two related decisions…‘The court’s ruling simply recognizes that the State of Hawaii has established a comprehensive framework for addressing the application of restricted-use pesticides and the planting of G.M.O. crops, which presently precludes local regulation by the county.’”
Precludes. Local. Regulation.
Ah yes, jurisdiction. Which government entity can decide how much pesticide poison the people of Hawaii should be exposed to? Local, state, or federal?
Judge Kurren shifted the “legal problem” to the State of Hawaii, meaning the government, not the people. Continue reading