Saturday, October 31, 2015

10 Warning Signs The Universe Sends When You’re on The Wrong Path

[The Spirit ScienceMany people believe that things “just happen” to them, but as we connect more closely to our intuition we are shown that everything that happens to us is of our own creation.  We may not be fully aware of what we are creating moment to moment, but fortunately the universe provides us with many signs to let us know when we are on the right path, and (more importantly) when we are on the wrong path. This article will focus on the warning signs from the universe. 

In general, warning signs from the universe occur in the form of unwanted circumstances and events. These signs are an indication that your energy is headed towards (or currently stuck in) a low vibrational frequency.  Your thoughts, feelings and actions are focused negatively, and this is creating unwanted circumstances.

Conversely, when your thoughts, feelings and actions are moving at a high vibrational frequency, life will line up perfectly.  You will have excellent timing and good luck all day long. This is why it’s so important to raise your vibration by consciously choosing positive thoughts. Although we have the ability to resonate at a high vibrational frequency, it is challenging for us to stay elevated all of the time. This is because our souls are stuck here on Earth in a physical dimension that is much denser and slower than the higher, ethereal dimensions.   

The simple makeup of our planet and bodies is composed of much lower vibrational energy than that of our souls. As a result, we will likely bump up against unwanted circumstances from time to time, but that’s ok.  As long as we heed these warning signs (without allowing our egos to fixate on them!) we can get back on track quickly. As you move through your day, it’s a good idea to take note of the warning signs from the universe. Read More

Why We Should Pay Attention!

Tornadoes Cause Destruction, Flooding Continues in Texas

[] Another round of storms and strong winds was moving east across Texas on Saturday, and two people were missing from earlier flash floods in the Austin area. Two people already were known to have died – in Austin and near San Antonio – when they were swept away by flood waters.
Tornadoes were reported south and east of Houston on Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service. There were reports of overturned mobile homes and possible injuries. Power outages in the Houston area topped 25,000.
Francisco Sanchez of the Harris County Office of Emergency Management said 4-7 inches of rain has fallen since Friday night and more was expected. He said many locations had high water and more than two dozen water rescues had taken place.
In response to the flooding and tornado threat, the city of Houston activated its emergency operations center Saturday morning. Read More

The devastating potential of an extreme solar storm and what the White House is doing about it

[Washington Post] Weather is not limited to the clouds, wind, extremes of heat and cold and precipitation systems that we experience on Earth.  The broiling surface of the sun generates its own weather, or space weather, frequently unleashing waves of plasma that bombard the Earth’s atmosphere.
A principal concern is the following: At some point in our lifetimes, the sun could unleash a dangerous surge of magnetically-charged plasma that could severely damage or destroy critically important electric power systems, satellites, spacecraft and telecommunications.
The White House, realizing that an extreme solar storm could jeopardize the nation’s vitality and security, released a strategy and multi-agency plan on Thursday to prepare for and coordinate responses to the space weather threat.
“The plan was motivated by a recognition that we need a cohesive national network to build resilience [to space weather] and to determine what we need to know,” said Bill Murtagh, assistant director for space weather at White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP).  “This is a real and present danger, this is a real threat.”
The plan’s development, co-chaired by NOAA, the Department of Homeland Security and OSTP, was the work of members from seven Cabinet-level departments as well as 13 agencies and service branches.
Murtagh said the need for the plan arose over time as government officials as well as constituents from the electric power, telecommunications and emergency management sectors became increasingly aware of the risks posed by space weather.
Most solar storms are benign and occur regularly.  They manifest themselves in magnificent display of aurora at high latitudes. But extreme events, the kind scientists fear, are rare. Our current infrastructure hasn’t been tested by this class of storm, but scientists know they are possible, based on recent activity on the sun as well as the historic record.
In 2012, NASA said the sun unleashed two massive clouds of plasma that barely missed a catastrophic encounter with Earth. “If it had hit, we would still be picking up the pieces,” physicist Daniel Baker of the University of Colorado told NASA two years after it happened.
[How a solar storm two years ago nearly caused a catastrophe on Earth]
NASA said a direct strike could’ve caused widespread power outages and other damaging effects. More troubling, it cited research which suggests that there is a 12 percent chance of something like this happening in the next decade. Read More

Time Traveler Who Spent 2 Years in The Future 2749 Tells All

Some of this information mirrors the I AM America Map and Prophecies. Interesting article - Lori
[Greenlifes] The Montauk Project was a series of secret United States government projects conducted at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station on Montauk, Long Island for the purpose of developing psychological warfare techniques and exotic research including time travel. Jacques Vallée describes allegations of the Montauk Project as an outgrowth of stories about the Philadelphia Experiment.

Al describes what he remembers after he jumped off the U.S.S. Eldridge on  August 13th 1943 – Date of the Philadelphia Experiment.

·         He found himself with his brother, Duncan Cameron, in a hospital of the future for 6 weeks, recovering from radiation injuries.

·         The medical system of that future used vibrational and light treatments.

·         The TV programs were educational and news programs.

·         That’s where he noticed that earth changes caused a lot of geographical changes that began in beginning of 21st century until 2025.

·         The coastlines and interior of the U.S. and Europe were drastically different from the way they are now.

·         The water level had risen and Florida was reduced to the panhandle only. Atlanta, GA was only 3 miles from the ocean.The Mississippi became an inland waterway. The Great Lakes became one large lake.

·         The U.S. Infrastructure had collapsed. The U.S. and Canada were no longer refered to as nations.

·         A loose form of local martial law existed 2137.

·         Central government was gone.

·         The magnetic poles of the earth started to shift but in that time line an artificial pole structure was created to prevent the collapse and reversal of the magnetic poles. As a result, the poles did not flip.

·         The worldwide population was reduced to 300 million.  The U.S. population was around 50 million.

·         He claims that between 1954-2000 our government worked with the aliens acquiring technology, back and forward engineering all their technologies. Read More

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Thinking Like a Planet

[Lorian Association] Hearing the stories of weather-based emergencies in the nightly news my thoughts and prayers go out to those communities that are impacted. Such extreme events are reported almost weekly these days. Whether we see the climatic conditions now impacting us as arising from human activity or as normal planetary cycles and fluctuations, the question becomes a planetary one. How can we establish a new balance for our flora, fauna and human communities within these extreme conditions?
In its work, Lorian offers the perspective that in order to deal with such interconnected, planetary complexities we need to operate from a larger perspective, one that includes the nonphysical intelligences of earth’s subtle ecology. We suggest the exploration of a living universe that extends spherically beyond the physical environment into subtle realms of life and consciousness.
My own introduction to a conscious, living universe came during my time in the Findhorn Foundation 45 years ago. I was introduced there to the possibility that there were natural intelligences existing and operating at levels beyond physical ecology. The proof of the theory was in the garden itself – a collaboration between different realms of life and consciousness with the challenge of growing food in Northern Scotland’s conditions. Through intuitive and meditative connections to their own sacredness and to the sacredness within nature, the gardeners made contact with the invisible intelligences of nature operating within their environment. The insights and information gained from such contact was then given practical application through organic gardening principles seated in an intentional, loving awareness. Subtle intelligences and human collaborators ‘communicated’ through intentional qualities of love and joy and developed relationships based in identity, partnership, service and cooperation. The result was a garden that by all known horticultural standards should not have existed where it did under the prevailing conditions.
The promise of collaboration across different realms of life and consciousness that emerged in Findhorn’s experiment is only the beginning of what is possible, a road sign pointing out a direction. Linking subtle levels of consciousness with practical physical manifestation is still cutting edge exploration. Further, such experiments should not be limited to a special place like Findhorn or to some clinical laboratory. We each have the possibility of adding to this field of understanding. Each of us where we are can be an explorer into an interconnected and co-creative landscape of life that transcends the boundaries of physical and non-physical being.
Our imagination for a planetary future cannot exclude any levels of the planet’s intelligence. Einstein said that problems cannot be solved with the same mindset that created them. Thinking on behalf of a planet requires we participate in an interconnected field of thought and action that humanity cannot create on its own. Our planet’s future requires the creative collaboration of many consciousnesses, human and non-human, physical and non-physical. Learn More

Monday, October 12, 2015

Are You Living Only Three of the Seven States of Consciousness?

[Huffington Post] We live our 24/7 daily cycles of life by going through the waking, dreaming, and sleeping states of consciousness--unless one has perpetual insomnia!
In our quiet moments, we often ask ourselves the question, "Is there more to life?" or "What is the purpose of my life?" In the search for more meaning, we tend to explore different activities in the waking state of consciousness. We try to meet new people. Maybe we find a new and satisfying job, get married, join a book club, start a yoga class, go to the gym, take up an instrument or new sport, or go on a trip. The list goes on and on.
The waking state of consciousness offers endless possibilities for more enjoyment, but the outside is always changing, so the pleasure or satisfaction that comes with these new additions to our life is only temporary.
The sleep state of consciousness is essential for our survival, and serves to rejuvenate our mind and physiology to meet the next day's challenges. During sleep, our body gains the rest it needs to function effectively in daily life.
The dream state, also called REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, is also necessary to release stress and revitalize the mind; research has shown that it stimulates the regions of the brain used for learning, memory, and filing of past impressions for future use.
There is a fourth major state of consciousness that scientists have documented as being distinct from waking, dreaming, and sleeping--transcendental consciousness. In 1970, in the popular journal "Science", Dr. Robert Keith Wallace published a groundbreaking study entitled "The Physiological Effects of the Transcendental Meditation Technique".
His research showed that the experience of transcendental consciousness during Transcendental Meditation (TM) produced a profound state of rest, deeper even than sleep, as seen by greatly reduced oxygen consumption. The research also showed significant decreases in breathing and heart rate, as well as indicators of deep relaxation, normalization of blood pressure, and a state of restful alertness, as measured by EEG changes in the alpha and theta wave activity. Dr. Wallace concluded that these markedly distinct physiological changes indicate a fourth major state of consciousness.
To date, there are over 360 peer-reviewed published studies on Transcendental Meditation that verify the benefits of experiencing this fourth state of consciousness--transcendental consciousness. Research shows improvements on all levels of life--psychological, physiological, and sociological.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who brought Transcendental Meditation to the West, has explained that transcendental consciousness serves as a bridge to three "higher" states of consciousness--cosmic consciousness, glorified cosmic consciousness, and unity consciousness. Read More

A permaculture guru shares his craft

[Press Herald] Gardeners who wants to get the most nutrition out of a piece of property might grow peas, tomatoes and corn. But they also will have to grow – and eat – some things that the average shopper at Hannaford likely has never heard of. Sometimes the problem with a plant is not growing it but figuring out how to prepare it, said Aaron Parker, a landscaper who three years ago opened Edgewood Nursery, specializing in unusual plants, including many suitable for permaculture designs.
Permaculture is a method of design that incorporates principles of natural ecosystems and can help make people and their homes as independent as possible, without using fossil fuels or goods from a great distance away. Food-producing perennial plants, which are planted once and require little care, dominate. The annual vegetables that people are often more familiar with must be planted each year, requiring soil amendments and more tending.
An example of the type of plants Parker advocates is Toona sinensis, also called Chinese toon or Chinese mahogany.
“It’s supposed to be big in Szechuan cuisine, but I don’t know Szechuan cuisine,” he said.
Parker gave me a leaf from the plant. It was substantial, fairly crisp and had a spicy and floral taste, with a hint of onions. It provides a lot of edible leaves with little care, and the wood also can be used for furniture or other projects.
The Herb Society of America said that the shoots as well as the leaves can be eaten and often is used in stir fries and egg dishes. It also is used as an ornamental and can be grown as a single-stem tree or a multi-stemmed shrub. The hardwood can be used much as the more well-known mahogany from South America is used for furniture.
Another plant Parker likes is Hablitzia, or Caucasian spinach, because it produces edible shoots right after the ground thaws, when you aren’t getting anything else in the garden. It can be used anywhere you would use spinach – in salads, pizza, quiche and other dishes.
Crambe maritima, or sea kale, is a good plant, Parker said, because you can use it in so many ways. It has a nice leaf – a more astringent flavor than the Toona – and he uses it like collards. The flower buds are edible, a lot like broccoli. The seed pods look and taste like peas, he said.
Plus, it’s pretty. The sea kale received the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit as an ornamental.
While these plants are productive and unusual, Parker said his favorite food crops are fruit trees. He generally urges clients to stay away from apples in the home garden because they attract so many pests, but there are alternatives, from the fairly rare native paw paw tree to the more common peaches and plums. Read More

How to Detect an Earthquake in Less Than 14 Tweets

[PSFK] Twitter states that people send out about 500 million tweets a day. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), a government agency that tracks worldwide earthquakes, happens to sift through those half a billion tweets when tracking the geological movement of the Earth.
Through the USGs has 2,000 real time earthquake sensor units at its disposal, but most of them are U.S.-based and don’t quite cover the distance that millions of active Tweeters might. Therefore the use of Twitter data can bring earthquakes to USGS’s attention when their sensors have yet to detect an earthquake, or when their out-of-range sensors might not have detected them at all.
As a global effort, USGS reviews Tweets in several languages, monitoring for various words indicating the word for “earthquake.” The use of Twitter allows USGS a more global approach to detect earthquakes. USGS receives an email to alert them if there is Twitter activity regarding an earthquake.
In a blog post, Twitter Communication Manager Elaine Ellis stated that USGS was able to locate a 2014 earthquake in Chile in a time span of less than 14 Tweets. She also states that “USGS staffers Paul Earle, a seismologist, and Michelle Guy, a software developer, teamed up to look at how Twitter data could be used for earthquake detection and verification.” She goes on to say, "It’s also very cost effective for the USGS, because they use Twitter’s Public API and open-source software such as Kibana and ElasticSearch to help determine when earthquakes occur."
USGS found that Tweets regarding earthquakes are generally short—as one might expect given the circumstances—typically coming in at under seven words. The first wave of tweets also do not typically include forwards, links with earthquake information or the magnitude of the earthquake; these Tweets generally come after an earthquake. Most initial Tweets happen to be as simple as “Earthquake?”.
USGS uses Tweets and their own equipment to monitor an average of 50 earthquakes a day or about 200,000 a year. By looking at Twitter data, USGS is looking at speeding up their detection time. So don’t be afraid to add your Tweet to the mix, you never know when your Tweet might have a global impact. Read More

This is how rising seas will reshape the face of the United States

[Washington Post] Millions of Americans live on land destined to be reclaimed by rising sea levels, and that number rises dramatically if carbon dioxide emissions continue unchecked or if West Antarctica’s ice sheet is as unstable as recent studies suggest, according to a new report.
The striking result is that millions of Americans may already live on land destined to be someday — albeit perhaps in a very distant future — reclaimed by the sea. But the number for whom this is true will rise dramatically if carbon dioxide emissions continue unchecked — or, if recent concerns about the destabilization of the ice sheet of West Antarctica turn out to be well founded.
“Future emissions will determine which areas we can continue to occupy or may have to abandon,” note the report’s researchers, led by Benjamin Strauss of Climate Central in Princeton, N.J. The work appeared Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and was co-authored by Scott Kulp of Climate Central and Anders Levermann of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany.
The analysis, “Carbon choices determine US cities committed to futures below sea level,” turns on a critical number: For every one degree Celsius of warming, the scientists estimate that we should expect 2.3 meters of long-term, eventual sea-level rise, playing out over millennia. That calculation is based on much research and represents the “state of the art,” said Stefan Rahmstorf of the Potsdam Institute, who was not involved in the study but has published previously with Levermann. “It is the best estimates we can make with the understanding that we have today about the processes leading to sea-level rise.”
The authors do not say how fast the sea-level rise could occur — the basic assumption is that the estimate of 2.3 meters plays out over 2,000 years, as the planet’s huge masses of ice slowly adjust to a change in its temperature. But much of the sea-level rise could happen a lot faster than that. Its precise timing is a key question for scientific inquiry right now. Read More

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Historic Rainfall Pummels the Carolinas and Floods Charleston

[Slate] As Hurricane Joaquin slowly pulls away from U.S. shores, a veritable firehose of rain is being directed at parts of South Carolina—including Charleston. The result: An ongoing flooding risk that may peak at historic levels. On Saturday, President Obama declared a state of emergency in South Carolina to speed up the flow of disaster aid to the stricken state.
As of midday, nearly 20 inches of rain had fallen in parts of South Carolina in the previous 24 hours alone, according to estimates from weather radar. That’s nearly four months of rainfall in a single day, and it exceeds the National Weather Service’s already-dire predictions.
The Charleston region appears to be among the worst-hit so far, though heavy rain is falling across much of the Southeast, from the northern Atlanta suburbs to North Carolina. More than a foot of rain has already fallen in Charleston since the downpour began on Thursday, and much more is on the way. By 8 a.m. Saturday, Charleston had already broken its daily rainfall record of 3.28 inches, set in 1994. By Saturday afternoon, it had doubled the previous record.
When combined with persistent, strong onshore winds, the heavy rain created an exceptional coastal flood in the city on Saturday afternoon—the worst in Charleston Harbor since Hurricane Hugo’s landfall in 1989. Several water rescues were reported in the historic downtown, as waves lapped over seawalls and flooded the low-lying city. Police closed traffic on all roads into and out of Charleston early Saturday in an effort to prevent vehicles from getting stranded or washed away. By Saturday afternoon, police were going door to door in the hardest-hit areas and advising residents to voluntarily evacuate, fire stations were being converted into temporary shelters, and the city was providing free sandbags. Read More

The Great Quake and the Great Drowning

[Hakai Magazine] In the year 1700, on January 26, at 9:00 at night, in what is now northern California, Earthquake was running up and down the coast. His feet were heavy and when he ran he shook the ground so much it sank down and the ocean poured in. “The earth would quake and quake again and quake again,” said the Yurok people. “And the water was flowing all over.” The people went to the top of a hill, wearing headbands of woodpecker feathers, so they could dance a jumping dance that would keep the earthquake away and return them to their normal lives. But then they looked down and saw the water covering their village and the whole coast; they knew they could never make the world right again.
That same night, farther up the coast in what is now Washington, Thunderbird and Whale had a terrible fight, making the mountains shake and uprooting the trees, said the Quileute and the Hoh people; they said the ocean rose up and covered the whole land. Farther north still, on Vancouver Island, dwarfs who lived in a mountain invited a person to dance around their drum; the person accidentally kicked the drum and got earthquake-foot, said the Nuu-chah-nulth people, and after that every step he took caused an earthquake. The land shook and the ocean flooded in, said the Huu-ay-aht people who are part of the Nuu-chah-nulth, and people didn’t even have time to wake up and get into their canoes, and “everything then drifted away, everything was lost and gone.”
Here’s what geologists say: the earthquake that almost certainly occurred on the night of January 26, 1700, ruptured North America’s Pacific Northwest coast for hundreds of kilometers, from northern California, through Oregon and Washington, to southern Vancouver Island. Along this coast, the Juan de Fuca plate was pushing under the larger North American plate, had gotten stuck—locked—but kept pushing until it released, abruptly and violently. The earthquake that resulted was probably a magnitude 9, about as big as earthquakes get. The coast dropped by as much as two meters, and a tsunami brought floods more than 300 meters inland.
Geologists now know that the Pacific Northwest has been having these earthquakes and tsunamis irregularly every 500 years or so; their oldest record in sediments goes back at least 10,000 years. The evidence is massive: subsided marshes, drowned forests, sediment layers showing enormous landslides that flowed out on the ocean floor, seismic profiles of the Juan de Fuca plate, and satellite measurements of a coast deforming from the stress of a plate that’s once again locked. In the next 50 years, the chance of another magnitude 9 earthquake there is 1 in 10. Read More

Revealing Data Confirms Geoengineering Is Stealing Rain From The Western US

[GeoEngineeringWatch] So many forecasts for rain in the US West no longer develop. In recent years this scenario has become the rule, not the exception. The stated purpose for "solar radiation management" (SRM) is to block the sun with light scattering particles and thus to create as much atmospheric haze or cloud cover as possible (no matter how toxic that cloud cover is). Excessive atmospheric particulates cause profound disruptions to precipitation.  All too often in recent years, rain that should have fallen in the US West has consistently been blocked by two primary means, atmospheric aerosol saturation and the "ridiculously resilient ridge" of constant high pressure that has been consistently maintained over the US West. This scenario has been used to keep the Eastern US cooled down at the cost of catastrophic drought and heat in the West.
The eastern half of the North American continent has been the most anomalously cool zone in the entire world for almost three years. This is not due to natural variability, it is a direct result of climate engineering. Engineered snow storms are an ongoing reality and the Eastern US has been an epicenter of such weather assaults. The Chinese government openly admitted to engineering snowstorms until they did a billion dollars worth of damage to Beijing. 
When moisture is allowed to flow over the West, it is commonly scattered by the jet aircraft aerosol spraying assault. This spraying creates too many cloud condensation nuclei (CCN). When the quantities of CCN's are too high, moisture droplets cannot combine and fall as rain, thus the moisture just continues to migrate. Read More

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