A few months ago (it seems longer) as the shock of COVID-19’s global side-effects really began to sink in, I explored a theory, which I later shared in a YouTube video, that our experience of ordinary time may have become entangled or crisscrossed with other timelines
Question: I really enjoy good food and I think that eating is a joy. I also enjoy listening to cultural music, designing and wearing colorful clothing, and painting provocative art. I have heard that in the near future we will feed ourselves through the solar waves of our local sun, lose our hair, and even wear the same garment. I can see how this might simplify things considerably, but why would our evolution require us to abandon customs that are unique to Earth? Isn't the earth exceptionally precious as it is, diversity and all?
Dear Readers, It feels to most of us that earth changes are increasing in both frequency and magnitude, and yet Gaia says that they are not. She tells us that our interest in 2012 related change has made it seem that way, and that our newer technologies allow many more of us to share similar thoughts at similar times. Gaia goes on to say that this will begin to work in our favor as soon as we align with the kinds of things we want to change instead of the change we think is affecting our kind...
We use the term “psychic” to describe people with a natural (or developed) ability to sense what others cannot or will not. I say will not, because most people don’t make an effort to develop these abilities. It’s not anyone’s fault.
There is nothing you can do, intentionally or otherwise to shut down your relationship with the earth. Awareness of the living energy of the earth, the vital force called Anima Mundi, is one of the more “real” things we can count on these days.
The surface of the earth bears certain scars, witness to events of
major historic perspective. Beautiful canyons, rivers and lakes erase,
or least hide, evidence of massive and unexpected devastation.
Likewise, deserts lie naked and exposed, unclothed and unable to mask
the corruption that changed verdant green resources into dry sand.
History has also left scars behind where wars have changed the course
of events, and monuments now stand in place of men.
posted 15 April, 2020 (Saturday, 4 April, 2020) - Pepper Lewis
Although distance separates us, you are my extended family. I have always thought of you that way. There is only one human family and we are it. There is only one world and it is (temporarily) ours to live upon, learn from, and share in its resources.