#12 – May this Christmas bring us truly new lives in which we remember how to sing and dance. Under every tree may we find treasures of hard-earned insight and wisdom. May we celebrate our age and good health, and may our stockings be filled with possibility and sass!
#7 – Each day of the next 365 days may a few more people begin to understand that the kind of food you eat affects the kind of consciousness you can have. The condition of the perceptual equipment affects the quality of the signals you pick up and give off.
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COMING TUESDAY DEC, 20, 2016 Alfred Lambremont Webre Exopolitics Show Features Guests Patty Greer and Penny Kelly Blowing the Lid Off The Crop Circle & Plasma Phenomenon
I did a three-way interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre and Patty Greer the other day and Alfred suggested we do a talk every month and offer a free download of something each time. We agreed…and shared links to one another’s offerings. I thought it was a good way to give gifts at Christmas!! You are invited to download any or all of the following over the next 30 days.
From Patty Greer – The Shift Has Hit the Fan. This is one of Patty’s amazing videos. https://www.pattygreer.net/the-shift-has-hit-the-fan/. Visit Patty’s website at http://www.pattygreer.net
From Penny Kelly – Enjoying Optimal Health: Enjoying-Optimal-Health. If you are interested in getting healthy enough to hold a more expansive consciousness, this is an eBook that will help you analyze your lifestyle and get started on the way to clarity, fitness, energy, and good health.
From Alfred Lambremont Webre – Exopolitics: Politics, Government, & Law in the Universe.” For the link to Alfred’s book, visit his website at www.exopolitics.com.
I recently did a 2-hour interview with George Rideout of Sacred Space Radio in Winnepeg, Canada. We talked about all sorts of things from kundalini and spiritual development to dreams, near death, reincarnation, and a whole bunch of other topics associated with spiritual development. Here is the link if you’d like to listen and enjoy:
What good are you, Government, with your patriot laws and
constitutional facades, when you cannot stop the flare of false flags
as regular as morning dew?
What good are you, Newspaper, with your drama and drivel,
when you cannot discern the difference
between propaganda and news?
What good are you, Big Pharma, with your miracle pills and
magic suppression of symptoms, if the make-believe cure
is worse than the original disease?
What good are you, Big Ag, with your rolling acres of corn and soy,
if all you can offer is paper food that fails to nourish
the bodies you claim to be growing for?
What good are you, Weatherman, with your computer models and
climate data, when you are not the one
controlling the weather?
What good are you, Mr. Ed, with your classroom theories and
petty cliques, when all you accomplish is lockstep thought that
never ventures outside the box?
What good are you, Master Fed, with your printing presses and trillions of dollars,
when you cannot balance a single checkbook, half of us are hungry,
and you reserve all of the money for a handful of crooked dealers?
What good are you, Science, with your complex algorithms and fancy theorems,
if everything you say has been bought and paid for and
nothing you proclaim nurtures daily reality?
What good are you, Corporation, with your fat paychecks and fancy profits,
when your soulless routines and habitat destruction
squeeze the creative spark out of every soul?
What good are you, Facebook, with your social media and meta connections,
if nothing of passion or prejudice is allowed and we all mince words
to match your definitions of political and social correctness?
© 6.29.2016 Penny Kelly
I have concluded that we do not have an ideology, we have an idiotology. Ideology is defined as: “A system of ideas and ideals, especially one that forms the basis of economic or political theory and policy..”
According to Louis Althusser, ideology “can be described as a set of conscious and unconscious ideas that make up one’s beliefs, goals, expectations, and motivations.”
Our current idiotology is based on belief in: the Capitalist system, the Male-dominant system, Wars forever, Progress based on debt, Failing to Feed people, Medicine that causes health problems, Education that constricts consciousness, Business that competes, Allowing 1% of the people to own everything, Destruction of the environment, Religions based on rules made up by humans, Monsanto et al.
Back in the 1920s, a dentist named Dr. Weston Price and many of his colleagues noticed that animals did not seem to be as healthy and resistant to disease as they had once been. They also noticed that people were losing teeth – sometimes ALL their teeth – to cavities and infection, tuberculosis was rampant, mental retardation was spreading, and crime was rising. Price and his colleagues wracked their brains and did all sorts of laboratory tests and research to identify the bacterial invader. It took them over ten years to ask the question, “Is it possible that, rather than the presence of invading bacteria, maybe something is missing?”
In an effort to answer this question, Price then did something remarkable. He searched out cultures and tribes around the globe that had never adopted the Western white man’s diet of white flour, white sugar, canned and processed foods, and alcohol. Taking a team of nurses, dental assistants, stenographers, and photographers with him, he visited these cultures, took complete medical histories, photographs, made detailed observations of lifestyles and attitudes, and researched the foods they were eating to see what was in it.
Price’s work was stunning in its methodology and conclusions. No one has done anything as seminal since then. What he showed again and again was that nutrition was as central and critical to psychology, attitude, intelligence, maturation and human development as it was to bone structure, blood and organ function, immunity, and physical health. As the nutritional quality of food fell, so did consciousness and the health of the human being.
As food became more and more depleted, inflammation, anxiety, depression, frustration, anger, and indifference skyrocketed. As these feelings spread, we lost the feeling of community within families as well as in towns and cities. Competition overtook the former attitudes of cooperation and helpfulness. People were always tired – too tired to do what needed to be done to survive…which gave rise to exactly the cultural mindset necessary for the rise of the corporation and “the job.” All you had to do was show up regularly and you could collect money to buy things instead of making them. Self-sufficiency was lost, along with creativity and freedom.
Now here we are, 100 years later, arguing about guns and whether we need gun control laws. If you set aside the fact that the government has had a finger in almost all of the big, media-shouted shootings…and you set aside the fact that some other countries have twice as many guns and don’t have the kind of shootings or murders we have here in the U.S…you are left with one question: What is going on in our people that we have degenerated into killing one another?
Some years ago a school in Wisconsin with sky-high violence, poor graduation rates, failing test scores, and student apathy took out all of the fast food lunches and reinstalled a full kitchen with cooks making real meat, potato, vegetable, dairy, bread, and fruit meals. The violence stopped, the test scores rose dramatically along with graduation rates, and students took a real interest in learning and in what others thought or had learned.
In the school of life in these United States, the question we have to face is not whether we need gun control, it is whether we need to return to real food. Consciousness, which is the core of reality for each individual, is not maintained by passing legal rules, it is maintained by high-nutrition food with high levels of enzymes, minerals, and vitamins. Healthy people cannot be easily manipulated, do not need anti-depressants, do not avoid work, and do not easily give up self-determination. If we are going to survive as a nation or even as a people, the first thing we must do is return to real food. Without this, we will not have the clarity, will, or stamina to fix what must be fixed. And we do have some fixing up ahead.