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

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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

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Dr Saamdu Chetri shares his Story

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Dr Saamdu Chetri​ who I am honoured to say endorsed my book, shares the story of his life and amazing work with the BBC.

Dr Saamdu Chetri

In the 1970s, the king of Bhutan announced that the happiness of the population was more important than Gross Domestic Product. Saamdu Chetri has been charged with overseeing Bhutan’s happiness – but his own life has had its share of suffering.

On the banks of a river in the remote Bumthang valley in the foothills of the Himalayas, Bhutan’s first happiness centre is under construction. Among the workers breaking stones is Saamdu Chetri, dressed in monks’ robes, wielding a pickaxe.

At first the workers were puzzled at his hands-on involvement, he says. “Then they realised it’s not just for them, I’m helping myself by being physically fit.”

Chetri chose this remote location because of its spiritual history and its beauty. “It’s one of the most beautiful valleys in the country,” he says. “This is a place of happiness for me where I find so much relation with nature – the place itself is so serene.”

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For a man charged with bringing happiness to a nation, Chetri has suffered much in his life and comes from the most humble beginnings.

“I was born in a cowshed,” he says. “I was so attached to animals, plants – anything to do with nature.

“My parents never thought about schooling. We had seven brothers and four sisters, they were all working and I thought I would also be one of the working persons.”

To his surprise, when he was nine years old his brother took him to school – something that worried his father a great deal.

“I was the most loved child and they didn’t want me to leave the house,” Chetri says.

“My father was very worried that I would become weak, so he sent a cow with me to school.” He laughs at the memory.

“Of course the cow couldn’t stay long because it had to be fed and looked after, so he took back the cow and he started visiting me with a lot of butter, cheese and milk.”

He left school at the age of 14 because his brothers and sisters had left home and he felt a duty to help his parents. His day on the farm began at 04:00 when he would walk a kilometre to fetch water, after which he would feed the ox and begin to plough.

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He decided to carry on his education, but his life changed dramatically when his parents took him on a pilgrimage to Nepal. There, they befriended another family who had their eyes on Chetri as a potential son-in-law.

He was only 15 at the time and knew nothing about it. Their intentions only became clear when one of the men from the Nepalese family invited them all to a family wedding.

“The man took me to town, then they started measuring my finger – I said, ‘What are you doing with my finger?'” The man explained that he was only trying the ring on because he was the same size as a boy who was going to get married the next day – the same happened with the wedding outfit.

The following day the wedding ceremony began. Two ceremonial places were built, and Chetri and another boy were placed next to two empty chairs. “Then suddenly there are two men carrying two girls on their backs, coming towards us. One girl sat beside that boy, the other girl sat beside me. I tried getting up and they pushed me down on the chair,” says Chetri.

“Then my mum came and said, ‘Sorry son, you have been duped.’

“I felt I was dead – I wanted to die that moment. I was not only angry, I was so hurt. I couldn’t do anything.”

Once the ceremony began, it was too late to escape. The couple were given a small hut to retire to, but Chetri was too upset to sleep.

“I wanted to jump into the well and die, because this was something that I never expected my parents to do,” he says.

Chetri was climbing up to the well to carry out his plan when his wife’s father caught him from behind, and broke into bitter tears. “Please don’t blame your parents, it’s me who has cheated everybody, because I found you would be a great husband for my daughter,” the father said.

Tradition

He begged Chetri to think of his young bride. “If you die now, the repercussion that will happen on this little girl is that she will be widowed and nobody will marry her after that.”

Chetri and his wife had children, and she lived at home with her parents while he continued his education at college in India. However, traumatised by events in her own life, one day she disappeared, leaving Chetri with two young children. A female friend from college offered to help. Over time, their relationship grew, and they married.

After a while his first wife came home. Chetri was faced with a dilemma. His first wife offered to go and live with his parents, but soon disappeared again. It was 19 years before Chetri discovered where she was. Now she is back in her home country, Nepal, and lives with a mental illness. It’s something Chetri struggles with.

“I still think about her, in fact last night I was praying for her.”

Despite his own share of personal grief, nowadays Chetri always has a smile on his face. He says he’s a naturally happy person, but he never dreamt he would end up as the man responsible for Bhutan’s happiness.

His rise up through the ranks started when, freshly out of college, he was called on by government to bring about the the king’s wish to develop Bhutan’s newly emerging private sector. Working for the royal family wasn’t an easy task.

“For us, a king’s wish is a command,” he says. “You have to work very hard to meet their expectations.” He would often work until 03:00, catch a few hours’ sleep at home and be back at work promptly at 08:00.

If he made a mistake, he would be punished – on one occasion the king’s aunt called him and said, “Saamdu, I’m coming with a stick. Stand on the roadside.”

“If I got a scolding I would cry,” says Chetri. “I always tried to be very straightforward, working as sincerely and loyally as I could, and if some blame came to me I felt always hurt – so I cried often.”

After many years of working in the capital, he retired to his village in the south of Bhutan – he wanted to go back to living among nature, which he had loved as a boy. But it was not to be.

When Bhutan elected its first democratic government, he was summoned back to the capital, Thimphu, and asked to work for the cabinet office of Bhutan’s first, freshly elected democratic government.

Five years later he was the man chosen to head up Bhutan’s first Gross National Happiness Centre based in Thimpu.

Despite the focus on national wellbeing, Bhutan faces huge challenges. It remains one of the poorest nations on the planet.

A quarter of its 800,000 people survive on less than $1.25 a day, and 30% live without electricity. It is struggling with a rise in mental illness and divorce.

Chetri explained how Bhutan’s nationwide happiness surveys are used to improve people’s lives.

“The research could come out and say: women between the ages of 30 and 55 are unhappy. The reasons could be because they have very little education, because they lose a lot of time collecting water from distant places, they have to collect firewood, and they have no education, no time for themselves.”

The solutions might be to bring on formal education, pipe the water closer to their villages, and provide efficient cooking stoves.

Principles

Five years after it was first announced, Chetri is about to realise his dream of creating a centre in a beautiful natural setting where people from Bhutan and the rest of the world can come to learn how to lead happier lives.

Visitors to the GNH centre, finished this month but officially opening its doors to the public on 18 October, will learn three basic principles – to be part of nature, to serve others with kindness and compassion, and to discover their innate value.

Chetri starts every day meditating and it’s compulsory for everyone in his office to start the day this way too. “I wish I did not need to do anything but just to sit here and meditate,” he says.

“I would love that, but it’s difficult to be looking after a centre where you have to do a lot of planning, a lot of administrative work. It irritates me a lot.”

By Candida Beveridge

Source- http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-33617673

Saamdu Chetri appeared on Outlook on the BBC World Service. Listen again to the interview on iPlayer or get the Outlook podcast.

Then there were none

Cecil the Lion, Thailand, Tiger Temple, Trophy Hunting

 

When I was looking for a picture to go with a quote from my book The Silent Ecocide, I thought the above photo was very fitting. Then a friend pointed out the reality of these Thailand Monks that ‘took care’ of the tigers.

Ironically, the story behind this photograph and the caring human is in danger of extinction, sadly validates the truth of the statement even more.  Another reflection of the dysfunction of humans in relation to nature.  Even Buddhist monks, people we would expect from some knowledge of their spiritual beliefs and practices to respect and not exploit fellow species and nature, were in fact pushing wild tigers to extinction by stealing tiger cubs from their wild mothers, to attract tourists to the Wat Pha Luang Ta Bu –Tiger Temple in Thailand.  The temple is situated in Kanchanaburi near the border of Burma. Fifteen years ago, the temple took in a tiger cub as a result of its mother being a victim to poachers, according to the official story of the Tiger Temple, this is how they grew and expanded into the Tiger Sanctuary that they claimed to be for the benefit of the tigers rescued from poachers and allowed to live alongside the Monks. The temple grounds had grown and so had the number of tigers and tiger cubs housed there.  While there are less than 3000 tigers living in the wild, tigers are highly in endanger of extinction and at the current rate of poaching and hunting for their pelts and trade in Chinese Medicine, it is estimated that there won’t be any wild tigers left in 20 years’ time.

Volunteers at the Tiger Temple worked under-cover in 2007 for  ‘Care for the Wild’ investigations, which obtained evidence suggesting  that while the Temple publicly claimed to be a Tiger Sanctuary, the Temple operated as a breeding facility and was involved in the illegal tiger trade, abuse and cruelty and did not adhere to any real conservation efforts or laws. The operation was organized solely for financial gain from almost 1000 daily tourists visiting the grounds of the Temple willing to pay several hundred dollars to take pictures with the tigers.

After several raids by government officials in February 2015, following hundreds of complaints that the Temple was also acquiring other wild animals illegally, Thailand’s Department of National Parks (DNP) director- general, Nipon Chotiban, in April 2015 ordered all tigers to be removed from the Tiger Temple. This was a relief for wildlife conservationists and animal rights activists who have been fighting for over 15 years to close the facility down after mounting evidence and reports of abuse and illegal wildlife trading.

This story illustrates the deep level of corruption due to the desire for financial gain masked behind a Buddhist Temple. This is very significant as an example of the inherent corrupt values of global society in relation to wildlife and nature. The very fact that Buddhist monks were operating a black market for the tiger trade along with other animals for financial gain is sickening and reflects the deeper global issues and flaws in human consciousness today and how conservation laws must be changed globally to discourage these types of covert corrupt operations.

The caring human is in danger of extinction for many reasons that reflect the dysfunctional human psyche and how we see ourselves as separate from nature to the point that this perversion can infect even the purest Buddhist beliefs and practices. Buddhism is the closest religion to reflecting spiritual ecology and deep ecological principles that we are nature and nature is us. An ecological universal law that cannot be denied.

The example of tourists willing to pay several hundred dollars to be photographed with the tigers is another narcissistic example that parallels that of a more horrifying example with the elitism of Trophy hunters that pay up to 450, 000 dollars for permits to hunt big game and to ship out the results of their killing sprees.  The recent public outrage of the killing (with a bow and arrow causing an agonizing slow death), skinning and  beheading of the much loved Zimbabwe Cecil the Lion who was part of a university conservation study, was murdered by an American dentist that killed such animals for a hobby. Trophy hunting is fuelled by the human ego, driven by status and narcissism, so these trophy hunters can boast to their friends how they killed these majestic wild creatures.

While African Bushmen that are the real hunters and gatherers, are not legally permitted to hunt any animals for food, not that they would choose to hunt big game animals in the first place.  Why are our most magnificent creatures called ‘Big Game?  I don’t see any game here in killing already endangered species for the sheer egoic pleasure of murder in a time when we most need to preserve big cats, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, wolves, bears, bison and deer.

Trophy hunting is a form of elite white colonialism that is thriving, hunting for pleasure rather than for food and survival reinforces to Africans, the dominance of colonial rule that is still hovering behind the scenes in Africa. Hunting for pleasure has always been a favourite pass time of the elite and recently has grown very popular with celebrities, male and female which includes the sick ritual self-portrait photograph, ‘Selfie’, to be uploaded onto Facebook with the murderer and the lifeless corpse of their animal victim propped up next to the killer.  Trophy hunting needs to be banned worldwide, it does not contribute to the conservation of species, nor does the money involved go to be used for conservation, there is no proof of this. However, it is driven to satiate the human ego and the need to assert their status publicly.

There is something deeply wrong with the conservation laws protecting endangered species and the systems of the organizations involved such as The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which give out permits to rich Trophy hunters for hundreds of thousands in finances, while we are living in an environmental crisis which involves a fast rate of extinction especially due to poaching and hunting of these ‘Big Game’ animals.

There needs to be a re-evaluation of the role of many conservation organizations that are fronts to deeper levels of corruption for the elite.  On a level of social evolution and human understanding, there needs to be a re-evaluation of values in human society that is fuelling the narcissistic motives that are contributing to species extinction.  ‘The Silent Ecocide’ book barely touches on the deeper levels of corruption in ‘Environmentalism’, the subject is overwhelming material for a further book. The goal of my book The Silent Ecocide  is to give an overall picture and examples of some of the solutions.  Human consciousness needs to make a great leap, if our fellow species and humanity have any chance of survival. The Silent Ecocide delves into some economical,socio-political and solution technologies that could be the answer for some of the more major problems in the environmental crisis.  We need to change and strengthen our political systems that govern environmental conservation laws, so that people with more money than they need cannot have privileged access to killing highly endangered animals, this type of archaic elitism should not be tolerated and cannot continue.

An important part of this crisis is an examination of the human relationship to nature and how it has been influenced by corporatization and austerity of politics and a lack of value in politics for species or ecology while corporations have more rights than the rights of nature or endangered species to the point that politicians can be bought to rewrite environmental conservation laws for corporate profit and for the privileges of the elite. Part of this crisis is also the lack of emphasis on ecological education or values for nature and species on every level of society in all cultures.

‘Environmental Conservation’ has been corrupted because it is lucrative, this corruption includes high level operations involving the elite and governments, politicians and many very well-known environmental organizations which  are fronts for deeper levels of corruption driving genocide and ecocide, the illegal arms trade and animal trafficking in Africa,  Asia and South America, animal trafficking alone generates hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue.

The fact that the rarer the species drives a higher price in its value is a reflection of this corruption and only speeds up the extinction rate of endangered species, this would not be happening if the system was not fundamentally flawed.  There are people at the very top raking in lucrative finances due to the way the conservation laws and systems are presently running.

The rate of financial value of a species of animal or plant that becomes increasingly rarer should be less, not more, as a mechanism to protect its survival and when their population is increased, so should their financial value increase too, this would be the way for the successful conservation of all critically endangered species, we can do this by implementing principles from natural capital  in ecological economics to make this work successfully. It should not be the other way around, that while a species is highly endangered and on the brink of extinction, that its financial worth is increased, this does nothing to help successful conservation of a species, it encourages the extinction of a species in a money motivated world, it is no accident that the system is as it is. This further illustrates that humanity treats animals and nature like objects to be used and exploited, a rare tiger or exotic animal species or plant is not an object like some bygone antique in an expensive antique shop. We need to make sure that the most critically endangered species do not become bygone memories of human greed. International conservation laws continue to ignore this simple basic fact and unless we make urgent changes to the system, we will see most of our majestic creatures disappear in the next few decades.  This repeatedly highlights the need for human consciousness to change.

The wrong kind of conservation has become a lucrative daily business which is conveniently overlooking this detail at the cost of species exploitation and extinction and the decimation of our last great wildernesses. Zoos, ‘wildlife sanctuaries’ and safari parks are all part of the profiteering over species extinction.  If you really care for our fellow creatures, boycott these industries.

We each have a duty to educate ourselves on ecology and to take a closer look behind the scenes of ‘environmental organizations’ who founded these organizations and we must investigate popular places claiming to be wildlife sanctuaries that gain a great deal of finance out of displaying highly endangered species. We each have a duty to become more aware to ensure the whole structure of environmental conservation is changed, we must demand transparency within large government and non- governmental organizations, to see where the finances are going especially at the very top levels, to eradicate privileges for corporations and the elite as a process to eradicate austerity. Ecocide is being driven by this form of corruption along with narcissism and our deeper lack of spiritual connectivity with nature and other species.   When it was suggested I probably shouldn’t use the pictures of the Monks and the Tigers, you now look at that picture after reading this and it creates a deeper disappointment and frustration because things are never as they seem to be in this world which is why the environmental crisis is a crisis of human consciousness.

The Tiger Temple in Thailand  and the loss of Cecil the Lion are current stories that illustrate this deep urgency for change as we witness the depth of corruption in all levels of politics. There is a lack of genuinely caring human beings left in this world and there is a profound lack of ecological literacy. We are in danger of becoming extinct along with every other species, because most people put the priorities of financial gain above the strong desire to truly fight for the protection of endangered species and for Mother Earth, the only way to change this, is to change the economy to become an ecological economy, which it was primarily meant to be in the first place.

Humanity cannot live without ecology, we need to conserve every other species because every species is a valuable piece of the jigsaw puzzle in ecosystems, to maintain healthy ecosystems and a healthy planet we must take care of each piece of the puzzle in this precious web of ecology that keeps us alive.

The famous Cree proverb is a prophesy manifesting “Only when the last tree has died, the last river poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize that one cannot eat money ” .

Further sources

The Wrong Kind of Green

http://www.wrongkindofgreen.org/the-group-of-ten/

NGO fronts for deeper levels of corruption

April 2015- Tiger Temple closed down

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3048504/Thailand-s-controversial-Tiger-Temple-SHUT-keeping-animals-without-permit-tigers-handed-Friday.html

Undercover investigation findings at the Tiger Temple

http://www.careforthewild.com/what-we-do/campaigns/previous-campaigns/tiger-temple-the-truth/

http://www.careforthewild.com/what-we-do/campaigns/temple-of-lies/

A volunteer’s investigation

http://www.aroundtheworldin80jobs.com/tiger-temple-controversy-thailand/

Beyond Cecil- A deeper look into the Trophy Hunting Industry

http://abcnews.go.com/US/cecil-lion-trophy-hunting-industry-africa-explained/story?id=32785057

The Silent Ecococide-The Environmental Crisis is a Crisis of Human Consciousness. By Carlita Shaw, an ecologist, writer, teacher and rainforest campaigner that lives in Ecuador.

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The Caring Human is in Danger of Extinction

ecological illiteracy

Indigenous child hugging a tree

As an ecologist working several decades in various environmental sectors, I will say that I have come to learn that ecological illiteracy is not an accident, it could be considered as a successful form of social engineering that is very convenient for the current greed driven oligarchy.

We were not born ecologically illiterate, a child instinctively knows to care for animals and the environment and often a toddler marvels at every blade of grass and insect it encounters, it is usually when a child is shown or taught cruelty that a child starts to mimic adults by example and not respecting its fellow creatures or environment.

Biophilia is an instinct we were born with, an inner sense of feeling good and being uplifted by nature. However systematic deprogramming in  humans has turned us into good capitalists and consumers but appalling environmental protectors, making us ignorant of ecology and how we are affected by or affecting key ecosystems on the Earth, solely by our lifestyle choices. Society has conditioned people to become so distant from or even scared of nature to being repulsed by it, to the point that many people can be called biophobic. Society has done this through schooling and lack of emphasis on ecology (we are mostly taught we are superior to and separate from nature). Social media, movies and television programming has been convenient in this way to government, so have many religious beliefs.

As a result of humanity’s ecological ignorance and belief that we are separate from nature, the ecosystems of our planet show severe signs of devastating impact; from oceans being contaminated with radioactive waste, sewerage, and oxygen depleted zones. Another example of ecological illiteracy is that many people refer to the forests as ‘the lungs of the planet‘, it is actually the world’s oceans and their marine algal and microbial communities that are the lungs of the Earth, producing 80 percent of the world’s oxygen, and the ocean is a keystone ecosystem to stabilizing climate and maintaining good oxygen levels. Yet, the oceans are heavily polluted with plastic and toxic effluence, contaminating major global food chains and yet we continue to over-exploit over 85 percent of the world’s fish stocks.

There may be no rainforests left in twenty years’ time or enough fish in the ocean in ten years’ time, it has already been noted that future generations will not be able to fish as we do today in just twenty years from now. Over half the world will have a water crisis in fifteen years from now.  Bees, which are our most important crop pollinators, are fast disappearing due to toxic chemicals from aerosols being sprayed into the atmosphere via geo- engineering and pesticides being used in industrial scale farming.  The rate of deforestation and ocean pollution is destroying  our major keystone ecosystems and their ability to maintain stable weather systems.

Grandmother and granddaughter appreciating nature-courtesy of image source.com

Grandmother and granddaughter appreciating nature-courtesy of image source.com

Just imagine if things were entirely different, if we all were ecologically literate and aware of the consequences of our daily actions on key ecosystems and on other species and the violence we cause Earth. We would be far more respectful to nature and the greed driven corporate power system as it is, would cease to be destructive to the environment, pollution would no longer be profitable, instead environmental investment would be more beneficial as well us seeing as an expansion of employment in a green ecological capitalism that thrives through pioneering sustainable technologies in industry and ecological economies.

We would have a community orientated management of natural resources, (rather than centralized government management of natural resources), that prioritized nature and all kinds of sustainable technologies in operation in society which would replace fossil fuels, which would be banned and replaced by billion dollar investments into clean technologies (technologies that presently exist but currently lack the funding and support from governments  because they do not make enough money for governments or banks).

We would also have an ecologically based economy, one which invests in the bank of Nature or Natural Capital as it is referred to by ecological economists,  where nature is given a significant financial value for its invisible goods and services, (a simple example are bees pollinating crops, clean water production via mountain aquifers and geological ecosystems and oxygen production from trees in forest ecosystems). Investment in Natural Capital would protect major natural resources from exploitation and destruction by super corporations, especially oil, gas and mineral companies.

One of the incredible benefits from a Natural Capital based economy is that it would wipe off each country’s Gross National Debt, for example The World Resource Institute (WRI) estimates the value of ecosystem goods and services to be US $33 trillion dollars a year, nearly twice the value of the global gross national product (GNP) of US $18 trillion. The USA is in debt by 17 trillion dollars, therefore, if the US transitioned to an economy based on natural capital, it would take care of this debt. Global debt is currently a powerful driving force of ecological destruction (ecocide), an example is that many Latin American countries are in debt to China and therefore China is one of the major driving forces through debt pressures, to rapidly exploiting the Amazon rainforest for oil, hydroelectric power and minerals, it is also now building a 5,000 km railway from Chile to Brazil, which will plough through previously protected rainforest and undisturbed indigenous tribes, a railway to remote areas of the Amazon rainforest will only further increase large scale destruction of precious biodiversity worth more left untouched and protected.

We would also have stringent international laws in place protecting the Earth from Ecocide and every country, not just a few countries, would by now have given Nature the same rights as a human being or a corporate fiction in the court of law, presently corporations have more rights than Nature, and more frequently corporations are beginning to have more rights than people, in this so called modern civilization. 

As it presently stands, many governments profit immensely from destroying the environment and not having 7 billion people to stop them from doing so, is convenient due to our ecological illiteracy and the social engineered lack of care, and media distraction from the destruction of our Earth.

Presently, ourselves and world governments can no longer afford to be ecologically illiterate, this is driving an environmental crisis that has gone beyond critical tipping point where up to 150 species of animals and plants are disappearing daily and key ecosystems are being destroyed beyond recovery if we do not stop and make major changes now.

 Ecological ignorance is good for business, yet business can only last so long while the environment is falling apart around us, everything we do relies on ecology and ecosystems, and we cannot continue to ignore this fact. Ecological illiteracy in government and society is one of the worst things that has happened to Earth and to us, for humanity to become so disconnected to ignorantly treat nature as separate from itself. The Caring Human is in Danger of Extinction.

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.