Monthly Archives: December 2015

Harald Kautz Vella How to Beat the Control Game 2015 . . . DON’T MISS THIS!!!

I am inspired by this man and his ideas.

Co-Creating Our Future on Planet Earth

Harald talks about human ‘creativity’. . . and I find I’m able to survive my personal situation by once again now having the strength to paint, to be creative. Please listen to what he says!~J

Published on Dec 16, 2015
Thanks to Y.

This is a no-excuses conversation about the social engineering of the twentieth century with Harald Kautz Vella, how it led to our planet being terraformed almost without our knowledge and what we can do about it. It’s not as hard as you think. The side effects of global medical experimentation are devastating and fatal unless we act… Morgellon’s Syndrome and the use of Black Goo, both of which are being understood deeply and handled.

Harald Kautz-Vella is a chemist, activist and author living in Germany. In this collaboration, he has shared much of his scientific but very understandable analysis of chemtrails and how they affect cellular…

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Earth Ambassadors and Speakers for the Trees

Essential survival philosophy in the present.

The Druid's Garden

One of the basic problems today is that our land and many of inhabitants can’t speak for themselves and have no legal rights. The word “agency” in a philosophical or rhetorical sense refers to one’s ability to act in a given environment, to have power in that environment, and to have voice. In the case of our land, the non-human inhabitants speak a language that is simply not recognized as a language and those inhabitants and landscapes have been systematically reduced into mere objects of worth. The discourse of our civilization leaves no room for their rights or participation and yet that discourse determines, to a great extent, their fate. They cannot participate in the decision making about our world; they are not considered stakeholders. As such, they are the unfortunate passive experiencers of the many unfortunate exploitative decisions of that civilization.

An Ancient One cut down... Two ancient trees in a row cut down…

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