Alternative News and other interesting reading for those who want to wake up. If you want to change the world for the better, start with yourself. "I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination". Jimmy Dean
We are currently seeing unprecedented numbers of forest fires along the West Coast of the United States. The sheer volume of fires and acreage involved is something that has never been seen before.
And while some are starting to report that arsonists have been arrested in some locations which may point to a planned operation to start these forest fires, the real underlying cause for these fires is largely NOT being reported by the media.
The official government position is that we just have not been cutting down enough trees, and that most of these fires are “natural,” being ignited by lightning or other natural causes.
Read more & video: “Into The Wild, With Dane Wigington, September 10, 2020, #1 ( Geoengineering Watch )” (9:44) via — Humans Are Free
Holy Smokes! The technologies coming to us are so STUPENDOUSLY AMAZING!! They will FEEL miraculous, they will feel Science Fiction-y, even though this Tech has been here for perhaps thousands of years.
The “advanced” technology [compared to where we are now] was denied Humanity by the demons for evil reasons but is being liberated by the Alliance for Divine reasons.
When you read in NESARA / GESARA that 6,000 patents of technology will be released, you get the feeling that means the tech won’t be available for a few years. That’s a misconception.
Much of the New tech is HERE and NOW:
Read more & video (1:08:04) (partially transcribed by Kat): “Jason Shurka Discusses The Pyramid Code (TLS) with Chris P, Lucy Davis, Tara Dean & Charlie Ward” via OpDis
Michael Moore presents Planet of the Humans, a documentary that dares to say what no one else will this Earth Day — that we are losing the battle to stop climate change on planet earth because we are following leaders who have taken us down the wrong road — selling out the green movement to wealthy interests and corporate America. This film is the wake-up call to the reality we are afraid to face: that in the midst of a human-caused extinction event, the environmental movement’s answer is to push for techno-fixes and band-aids. It’s too little, too late. →
(NaturalHealth365)Destructive, inefficient, wasteful, cruel… there are as many adjective to describe modern industrial farming as there are “dead zones” where pollutants from farms create toxic algae blooms that kill off marine life. But beyond polluting water and air, degrading soils and forests, killing biodiversity and hastening climate change, degenerative “modern” food and farming systems pose a mortal threat, contributing to all forms of malnutrition. →
It’s another wonderful case of Elon Musk telling the world “do as I say, not as I do”…
Emboldened by the success of Tesla’s Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai (i.e. it caused a short squeeze in the stock), the company is now pushing non-stop to get its Gigafactory 4, which will be located in Gruenheide, outside of Berlin, Germany, up and running. →
Madagascar has embarked on its most ambitious tree-planting drive yet, aiming to plant 60 million trees in the coming months. The island nation celebrates 60 years of independence this year, and the start of the planting campaign on Jan. 19 marked one year since the inauguration of President Andry Rajoelina, who has promised to restore Madagascar’s lost forests. →
(True Activist) With the rainforests of the world being destroyed and burnt down at a rapid rate by the human society in order to profit from the area of the once lush jungle and home to wild animals, this becomes another problem for those living there.
Animals that seek refuge in jungles and forests have suddenly been displaced and oftentimes have nowhere else to go. The orangutan population has further diminished because of land urbanization that they are on the brink of extinction, all thanks to human activity. →
Major corporations involved with commodities like beef, palm oil, and soya pledged in 2010 to end deforestation over the next decade—but instead of fulfilling that promise, a new Greenpeace International analysis found the companies are set to destroy at least 50 million hectares of forest worldwide by 2020.