Black Friday-Day of the Zombies

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adbustsers_90_consumerzombie_SConsumer zombie- Artist Aeryn James Davies, Ravanna

Governments have built values around material wealth, no value is seen in  ecological wealth which is what keeps life on this plant sustained. The only way to save ourselves and the planet is by putting financial value on ecological wealth, yet to some, this is an  invisible or an abstract concept in terms of human understanding of how much work and production goes on in the mechanisms of ecosystems in nature. We pay no attention to it we are so disconnected from nature we don’t think about the consequences of how much rubbish we gernate each week or where that goes, if we treat the Earth like one big garbage disposal, its going to come back to us with severe consequences on the future of our lives and health as well as the future of the planet. What we do affects the mechanisms of nature or ecosystems. Our anthropogenic impact,  how we live has immediate impact on nature to a monumentous scale where environmental scientists or ecologists have no time to measure our impact efficiently on each ecosystem or species,  though the signs point to warning signals for the future of all species, where both plant and animal species are going extinct at a rate of 200 species per day disappearing forever from this unique planet.

The environmental crisis is a crisis of human understanding, the outer manifestation of this destruction is an indication that we need to change. We are living in a time where we need to re-establish our lost connection with the Earth.

“At a deep psychological level, convincing young people that they will get the respect, admiration, and love that they are looking for, through consumerism, is a manipulation of a deep human instinct to want to belong. Advertising and the media reinforce this message, in the process, destroying the community structures that provided people with the affirmation that they need. We have evolved in groups – deeply interdependent and connected – the separation and competition of the modern world is antithetical to our deepest needs.” – Helena Norberg Hodge

Helena Norberg Hodge is an ecological pioneer and author of Ancient Futures, she studied with Noam Chomsky, Founder of the Society for Ecology and Culture and she believes that those running the global economy are imposing structural violence on our world.

Over the last 60 years, an ecological imbalance has emerged  due to the monopolisation of natural resources and energy, a monopoly that overlooks a need to create a more sustainability based economy that is within the bounds of the Earth’s natural carrying capacity. Centralised control of natural resources in the ‘free market’ causes imbalances such as socio-economic problems in the countries where these valuable natural resources are based. The result is deforestation, famine, debt, homelessness and problems for local food growers and indigenous producers. How is it justifiable that a wealthier country has helped itself to local resources of developing countries, leaving the natives with nothing? We need to focus on localised sustainability, basically going back to the traditional ways of farming and managing local agricultural practices. People in the west hold a lot of personal power by choosing ethically the products they buy, if people were more aware that their consumerism perpetuates injustices around the world then everyone would be more conscious about what they buy and who they buy it from.  However, most people that live in priviledged countries, rest on the poverty and injustice of slave continents such as Africa and parts of Central and South America and Asia for minerals, raw materials, fuel, cheap clothes and electrical goods.

It is definitely a fundamental truth that ‘needing and having’ are the current basis of what drives Capitalism.

Our over-reliance on technology is driving this unfolding ecocide, with emphasis conveniently on emissions from cars and industry rather than focusing on reducing the consumption of oil which is at a record breaking high of around 96 to 100,000 barrels a day this year, 2016. There is no excuse now to keep ignoring the Water Fuel cell car which Honda and Toyota and Genopax have already made available on the market but that the governments and corporations conveniently ignore by not supporting these clean energy systems by providing the infrastructure of rechargeable stations for Waterfuel cell cars and other clean energy cars.

colta vs gorrilas

The consumerism of electrical goods such as ipads, tablets and android phones all rely on a highly unethical mining industry that relies on slave labour to mine and assemble electrical products in inhumane conditions, in addition to driving the destruction of the last cloud forests home of the highly endangered Silverback Gorilla populations in Africa. This is well illustrated by the story of the Silverback Gorillas in the African Congo. The mining of Gold, Diamonds and Coltan, (geological name – Columbite Tantalite), a mineral used in the microchips of every single new electronic device, cell phone or tablet and laptop, comes from the African Congo, Virungas National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A biodiverse ecosystem where a small group of the world’s last remaining Silverback Gorillas are critically threatened with extinction from poaching and continually reduced habitat due to these existing ‘Conflict Minerals’ being extracted in the area, that the world is responsible for plundering.

Coltan can only be found in a few places in the world, one of which is in Australia, which was the world’s largest producer at Wodinga Tantalum mine in Western Australia, however they closed their mine in 2012 because it is cheaper to mine it using slave labour in inhumane conditions in Africa’s Democratic Republic of Congo. To make matters worse for the Silverback Gorillas, the SOCO International energy company are pushing to extract gas and oil reserves from under Lake Edward in the National Park, all this, at the cost of one of the last greatest African forests and majestic Gorillas which have only been given an estimated 15 years of survival amidst the adversities they face and through our lack of global responsibility to better manage conservation of such situations, because minerals, gold, diamonds and oil are far more important than saving the Silverback Gorillas and their forest home.

The fact that a mining company can cut corners to make a bigger profit at the expense of an entire endangered species such as the Mountain Gorilla and at the expense of hard working African miners that are virtually slaves, shows that international environmental and human rights laws are far too flimsy and the Western world conveniently lacks ethics in business that feeds and perpetuates slavery, species extinction and ecocide.

The current psychology behind what drives capitalism cultivates a certain emptiness and spiritual deficit that leads to severe depression and lack of self-worth, when people feel that they have failed society and in societies view have not achieved a desirable status. For some, this leads to severe depression. There was an element of not feeling useful to society or the  community in the Western world if one is not successful financially, having access to community services and communal areas that include tending nature and growing food all provide a healthier sense of self worth, as human beings we need to feel a sense of belonging in our local communities, connecting with nature helps fill this void. If we had stronger communities in the West. Last year in the UK at least 12 men under the age of 45 committed suicide in the UK per day, perhaps the numbers of those suffering from depression could be reduced if we shift our values from status, financial worth and material wealth to values that focus on connecting with each other in our local communities and with nature .

Depression is an indication that human consciousness needs to change, the current social environment does nothing to remedy depression, it does everything to cause mental illness and disfunction. We need to change our psychological and status values in Western society to values that have more depth and meaning for the human spirit. An ecological economy would influence and cultivate healthier values for individuals as well as stronger communities, people could cultivate a self-worth that can be attributed to feeling part of a community and caring for the environment, values not based on status, or on consumerist needs and wants that are never deeply fulfilling.

Being as honest with one’s self and others as is possible is important, we are not robots, and we are not machines, we are human beings that have lost our humanity in the distraction of false value systems. Being in nature, being creative, painting, writing, singing, and making things; developing projects that could contribute to a better and more harmonious world, playing music or getting involved in a community project or doing something that aids deep relaxation, meditation or trance, all of these things can help bring feelings of deeper fulfilment and bring us more into the moment, reconnecting us with the joy that comes from just being and connecting with others on a deeper level. Reaching out as much as possible to friends and family, without feeling humiliated or the stigma that is carried with the label ‘depression’ and the negative stigma that go with it such as the words ‘mental illness or mental disease’. Inner work is really important for all of us, not just those of us suffering from depression, but those of us suffering from denial which seems to be the greater problem in human society.

William Manson explains that in 1968, Erich Fromm prophesied The year 2000, might be the beginning of a period in which man ceases to be human and becomes transformed into an unthinking and unfeeling machine”. -In the context of a prevailing dehuman syndrome, spontaneous human expression becomes pathologised: Being open in speech; being unashamed of one’s body; relating to nature; hugging, touching, feeling and making love with other people; refusing to serve in the army and kill; and becoming less dependent on machines are generally considered ‘disturbed behaviour’ by a society of robopaths”. Of course, behavioural modification is facilitated through ideological training, expanding law enforcement, and emotional anaesthesia (psychopharmacology). In my view, revitalisation of one’s desiccated human-ness first and foremost requires a renewed contact with the web of evolved life, with Walt Whitman’s ‘primal sanity of nature’. Transcending the blinkered, bourgeois-utilitarian (mechanistic-industrial) world-view, one can embark on a purification of consciousness, a purging of the detritus of cultural pollution (and a recovery of emotional innocence). Withdrawing from the world of urban commerce (and its mind-numbing “messages”), one severs the flow of media propaganda and ceaseless “information” (relating to the ubiquitous ‘buying and selling’). Compulsive ‘having’ is the pathology of deficient ‘being.’ Aesthetic simplicity means disconnecting from repulsive superfluity. Seeking sanctuary in wilderness surroundings, one rediscovers the gentler rhythms of low-cost rural living: walking instead of driving, and prevention of disease through a style of living consonant with ecological wisdom.’’-William Manson.

by Carlita Shaw

Ecologist and Author

Free Energy is at a Breakthrough from here on

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Many people that have been following developments in the Free Energy movement will know that there are a plethora of Free Energy devices that work, the list of ways to create Over Unity (Free Energy) is booming as we experience a renaissance in technological developments from creating alternative energy devices in nano technology, magnetism, leverage, water fuel cells or plasma science.

The problem is not how to create electrical energy, energy exists in the Aether, all around us,  the problem is how to make these devices available on the public market, so much violent resistance is usually met by inventors from Oil Barons and Energy Monopoly Companies.


The elite control global oil companies and  gain a profit of 100 million dollars per hour everyday of every week, every week of every year, extracting oil from the deep ocean or from beneath the rain forests resulting in destruction of the Amazon, causing countless oil spills and environmental disasters on an ecocidal scale. While this continues, so does the repression of every other form of technology available that could free humanity from the current destructive paradigm we do not consent to.

 Alternative energy devices are met with a steel wall of resistance by governments and corporations. It has taken people risking their lives to break the cycle of vehement repression of stopping alternative energy devices becoming available to humanity and 180 years of endured repression. This repression has been via control of patents or via means of the Energy Cabal buying alternative energy devices and blueprints from inventors or by murdering inventors, such as was the demise of Eugene Mallove and Stanley Meyers. Passive repressive action is by means of the government ignoring these inventions and repression of their coverage on mainstream media or on the public energy market.

However, through a combination of a modern technological renaissance, human consciousness shifting and the alternative media becoming more popular than mainstream media, we are presently witnessing continual breakthroughs with alternative energy devices being made more freely available to the general public.

For these reasons, alternative energy systems are breaking the fierce barrier of controlled repression. Next year, the Water Fuel Cell car will be made available to the public, and there are pilot studies of solar powered roads being tested and solar cars that are powerful enough to travel over 3000 kms on solar energy that will be available on the public market in the near future.

Today marks a huge step in human evolution as an interesting plasma energy device  is breaking through the barrier of resistance thanks to the work of Mehran Keshe, who founded the Keshe Foundation

Ambassador_Invitation

We are witnessing a historic moment- as of today, thanks to Keshe. There will be an International meeting held in Rome today as the Keshe foundation hold the 3rd World Ambassador Meeting for World Peace, the goal is to provide Free Energy for World Peace  on the 16th of October,  Keshe will be releasing a new plasma technology device referred to as the ”Blue Box” to generate over-unity to show world leaders and ambassadors that this device functions successfully and can be used and tested anywhere globally to provide Free Energy using plasma technology.

A number of ”Blue Box” plasma energy devices will be distributed to world leaders, including president Obama, who will receive one of these devices so it can be tested in the White house. Other people receiving the ”Blue Box” will be the Iranian president Hassan Rouhani,  the president of The Republic of Armenia, Serzh Sargsyan, one will be sent to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. One device will be sent to the president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama, one will be sent to President Putin in Moscow and one will be sent to the President of China, Xi Jinping, the only commitment  Keshe asks from these world leaders is to sign and make a commitment to the World Peace Treaty. The ”Blue Box” plasma units will be delivered to Ambassadors and random citizens in different locations across the globe, all who will also be able to test and use Keshes’ plasma technology.  This approach will  bypass government repression and show the world that this technology actually works. Keshe said this will be followed by releasing larger plasma energy units around the world.

Keshe is confident that these ”Blue Box” Plasma devices will be available at a cost of $200, so every household could generate their own power and be free of the grid electricity monopoly. Keshe states that funding the larger generators will be available from many sources for those that cannot afford a unit. The Keshe Foundation claims that all profits will be channelled solely into manufacturers producing new unites, the Keshe Foundation will not collect any profits.

The goal of the Keshe Foundation plasma technologies is to make alternative energy technologies available to create a more sustainable  and peaceful world for all, to improve the lives of humanity globally and decrease the disparity between the wealthy and the poor, so that a better quality of life is achieve for all. How the 1 percent elite control system respond to this one is a guessing game, though predictable, many leaders will probably simply ignore the technology, like they have ignored other similar alternative technologies and  Keshe is probably aware that his life is at risk. Whatever happens, this day marks a global shift in consciousness, thanks to Keshe’s bold move to distribute these ”Blue Boxes” to world leaders.  The level of global focus from the alternative media on this is the most that any Free Energy Device has received in sometime, this also indicates that the alternative media has become the more popular media in comparison to mainstream media sources, which again indicates that the shift in consciousness is taking place. This also comes at a time when the Water Fuel Cell car that Stanley Meyers originally invented that can also power a domestic home will be available next year. 

India is also on the threshhold of launching a Free Energy Technology for use that will eradicate poverty in India,  Paramahamsa Tewari is Chief  Project Engineer of the Kaiga Project, Karwar, in India, Tewari has created a magnetic overunity device called the Reactionless AC Synchronous Generator (RLG)

 Dr Tewari and many other alternative energy scientists have already disproved the mainstream beliefs of the laws of physics. 

Tewari states “It has been hitherto believed in physics that the total electric charge in the Universe is a constant quantity, and if additional charge appears in some region, it is only at the expense of the charge deficit in some other regions.  It is a basic law that electric charge is conserved and cannot be destroyed or created.  Precise experiments on a Space Power Generator (SPG) which has been now further developed to demonstrate the commercial viability of the newly discovered phenomenon of space power generation however, totally violate the existing law of conservation of charge, by generating output electrical power much in excess of the input electrical power.  Since electric charge is a form of basic energy, the law of conservation of energy will need to be enlarged to incorporate in it the dynamics of absolute vacuum which in a state of rotation generates a fundamental field to produce electrical charge and energy.” 

Other exciting technological breakthrough include developments in Nanotechnology. Thanks to entrepreneur, Justin Hall, sought out the world’s leading nanotechnology scientists to harness the electron and create energy through nano technology, now they have a company called Nanoholdings is a team of scientists, investors and innovators working at the cutting-edge of nanotechnology to develop solutions to the world’s growing energy problems. Working in partnership with the world’s best universities, they have developed products and companies that will revolutionize the way we use and generate energy.

Nanoholdings are a company moving towards harnessing the electron can be used to generate energy in nanotechnology again this will mean people will no longer need an electric grid system, they will be able to create energy wherever they are, at work or at home, the days of the coal or nuclear power stations are numbered as nano-technologies are developing, there are some  incredible solutions available that bypass the need for an energy power plant.

Imagine you live in a building that has very large windows, you can use each window much like a solar panel but simply by using a thin plastic film with energy harnessing systems embedded inside the film as fine or finer than a human hair, the plastic sheet can be stuck onto the window panes of a house or office building to use the light and heat energy beaming in through the window. The plastic sheet will be a powerhouse unto itself and able to do many complex things using nanotechnology to convert light energy from the sun to power up the room for heat or to cool or generate electricity and if it is not required there, it can then be sent to someone else who needs it more.

In ecological terms, this is much like the forest energy exchanges that occur in forest ecosystems in the roots of ancient trees, the oldest grandmother trees in a forest community are constantly shuffling nutrients and water back and forth to the younger trees that need it the most, in other words nano-technologies are becoming ecologically sustainable in terms of producing energy, which makes every individual human able to become self-empowered with their own energy needs and to provide the same energy for their neighbour or local community in the future.

Two things stand out about us — we focus exclusively on nanotechnology-based energy solutions and we work at the very cutting-edge of nano-energy research.

          Our extensive network of leading scientists in the nanotechnology field are central to our work – scientists based at eminent universities around the world, who are working at the coal-face of nano-energy research to seek out alternative solutions for how we generate, transmit, store and use energy. We support and guide their research, transforming breakthroughs into viable solutions — products to revolutionize the way we use and generate energy.’‘ – Justin Hall

It is important to highlight the fact that mainstream science taught in schools and universities  is only a tiny segment of a larger science that continues to be kept hidden from humanity.  This tiny part that we are familiar with, is used as a propaganda tool to keep the governments in power and people from believing that energy already exists all around us. We are now witnessing a shift in science, knowledge and consciousness as these present technologies will continue to push the barriers of resistance 

It is necessary to tell people about these suppressed sciences.  People in the academic sector live in fear of this knowledge or speaking openly about these issues, especially to fellow environmental scientists or physicists.  Free-Energy science is rarely acknowledged by most environmental campaigners or scientists or organisations who talk about improving the environment with alternative energy.

 There are many alternative publishers and environmental organizations that do great work but will not even take the subject of Free-Energy seriously, perhaps because they are put off by the implications of this subject and fear it would reduce public support and donations if they did take up the campaign. Despite this, public awareness is growing and those of us that have the knowledge, feel an intense desire to pass it on and share it with many more that are up for the challenge.  This is a really exciting time to be alive and witness world changing shifts that most of us never expected to see in our lifetime.

 by Carlita Shaw

Ecologist and Author

 

 

Further sources

 

The Keshe Foundation

http://www.keshefoundation.org

Out of the Void Documentary on Paramahamsa Tewari’s Generator

http://www.viennale.at/en/films/aus-dem-nichts

EPIA Global Solar Photovoltaic Report. Global Market Outlook for Photovoltaic – epia.org/

Nanoholdings

http://www.nanoholdings.com

Patrick Kelly’s Free Energy Website free-energy-info.co.uk

Over Unity Forum. overunity.com

Shell Oil Profit- Comparing British BP with Shell Oil profits- http://www.iii.co.uk/articles/182699/shell-vs-bp-who-wins

Sierra Club (March, 2014) Polluting our Democracy and our Environment. –

Scott Brusaw. Ted Talks. The Promise of Solar Roads-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvWTaqUvsfA

Eindhoven Solar Car- solarteameindhoven.nl

Stanley Meyer, Water car Patent- peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Stanley_Meyer

Peswiki- the wikipedia of Free Energy

http://peswiki.com/index.php/Main_Page

Genepax Japan genepax.com

Compressed Air Cars- http://mdi.lu

Paramahamsa    Tewari – Nuclear engineer out to rewrite laws of physics.Feb 12th, 2002. Times of India,   

Patrick Kelly Interview with the author, which the transcript is based on can be listened to here online :  http://sailingbeyondknowledge.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/scratching-the-surface-of-free-energy-devices-with-patrick-kelly/

Sir John Searl Free Energy Inventor for the SEG Magnetic generator

http://sailingbeyondknowledge.podomatic.com/entry/2011-05-20T20_54_31-07_00

 

The Silent Ecocide- the environmental crisis is a crisis of human consciousness, a book that explains how Free Energy solutions can save the planet.

http://www.thesilentecocide.com

How Unethical Capitalism keeps Slave Nations and Drives Mass Extinction

Africa, capitalism, coltan, conflict minerals, Congo, slave labour, species extinction, UNESCO, Virungas National Park

Silverback Gorilla aolmost extinct

It is definitely a fundamental truth that ‘needing and having’ are the current basis of what drives Capitalism.  Our over-reliance on technology and machines is also driving the unfolding ecocide.

This is well illustrated by the story of the Silverback Gorillas in the African Congo. The mining of  Gold, Diamonds and Coltan, (geological name – Columbite Tantalite), a mineral used in the microchips of every single new electronic device, cell phone or tablet and laptop, comes from the African Congo, Virungas National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A biodiverse  ecosystem where a small group of the world’s last remaining Silverback Gorillas are critically threatened with extinction from poaching and continually reduced habitat due to these existing ‘Conflict  Minerals’ being extracted in the area, that the world is responsible for  plundering.

Coltan can only be found in a few places in the world, one of which is in Australia, which was the world’s largest producer at Wodinga Tantalum mine in Western Australia, however they closed their mine in 2012 because it is cheaper to mine it using slave labour in inhumane conditions in Africa’s Democratic Republic of Congo.

To make matters worse for the Silverback Gorillas, the  SOCO International energy company are pushing to extract gas and oil reserves from under Lake Edward in the National Park, all this, at the cost of one of the last greatest African forests and majestic Gorillas which have only been given an estimated 15 years of survival amidst the adversities they face and through our lack of global responsibility to better manage conservation of such situations, because minerals, gold, diamonds and oil are far more important than saving the Silverback Gorillas and their forest home.

Almost 80 percent of all present primates will be extinct in less than 40 years’ time. There are only 620 Western Silverback gorillas left in the wild. Orang-utans are native to Malaysia and Borneo, and while there are about 40,000 Orang-utans left, due to rapid destruction of their habitats with palm oil plantations and deforestation, it is likely that they will disappear within 25 years. 

Excerpt from The Silent Ecocide-the environmental crisis is a crisis of human consciousness by Carlita Shaw

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Carlita is an environmental scientist, teacher and writer, currently living in South America.