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What am I working on?;
2008 version of 'Market Square Christmas'.
An Updated Newburyport;An American Perspective presentation.
Self-Publishing an unedited version of the complete compilation of 'Atlantis Rising; The Awakening of an American StarSeed.
Updating the 'Activations of Light' and 'New World, or New World Order?' programs.

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January 3, 2009

Most articles that are posted within this website come as highly recommended reading. The following comes not only as highly recommended reading, but highly recommended study. You would best be served to read the full article with discernment at www.abovetopsecret.com

Illuminati Reveal Crazy Apocalyptic Agenda (December 29, 2008)

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

"Thrust in your sickle and reap, for the time has come for you to reap, for the harvest of the earth is ripe." Revelations 14:15

The world may soon resemble Jonestown if a sick Illuminati plan to "harvest" souls in 2012 comes to pass. For a week in October, a person claiming to be a "generational member of a Ruling Bloodline family" answered questions on abovetopsecret forum .

Using the moniker "Hidden Hand," he gave a convincing explanation of the demented Cabalistic beliefs motivating the Illuminati. He described how they find this world consciousness ("Third Density") to be "very constricting and uncomfortable" and want to be united again with Lucifer ("the One," the "Creator.") This will require them to stage an apocalyptic human sacrifice ("harvest of souls") in 2012.

Read More......
http://www.henrymakow.com/the_cabalist_plan_to_harvest_y.html

Illuminati Reveal Crazy Apocalyptic Agenda (December 29, 2008)

Full Thread can be found here at the abovetopsecret.com website. Window of Opportunity

January 24, 2008

In February of 2006, just about three years ago now, I introduced the first draft of the 'Newburyport; An American Perspective" presentation at the Newburyport library. Within this presentation, a 'key' phrase is used; Sustainable Community Development. This presentation and program is being designed with the community of Newburyport Massachusetts in mind, but can be applied to any urban or suburban community in small town america. Three years ago this presentation was being proposed as an alternative paradigm. In my view, with the current state of the nation and economy today, it now must be considered as mandatory.
I have been spending a lot of time lately researching permaculture design certification courses (PDC) throughout the country in order to gain a better understanding of the applications, as well as adding yet another dimension to a possible business venture in cunsulting and/or design. During this quest I have come across a lot of interesting information regarding the permaculture movemt here in america. I will be sharing a lot of this information over the coming weeks.

Mid West Permaculture
http://www.midwestpermaculture.com

Permaculture Design Certification

http://thepermacultureguild.com/

Permaculture Course Information
Start Date: February 27 End : March 10

Permaculture designs in harmony with nature and thus can tap the power of nature to create abundance for all. It started out as an ecologically ethical way to farm but has evolved into being able to improve yields in any system - whether economics, building systems, ecosystems or communities. It comes from the words "permanent agriculture" but has grown to mean "permanent culture" - cultures that work with and respect nature have lasted thousands of years, and those who don't, expire relatively quickly.

This course is a 72 hour intensive course that unfolds over a two week period, from 27 February to 10 March, 2009. You will get hands on, interactive experience, will attend field trips to see living examples, and will receive a professional design certificate at the end of the course that is increasing in value as Permaculture becomes more well known.

Have you been interested in growing your own organic food but it was too much work?

Permaculture shows how to grow healthy, abundant food easily by working with nature instead of against her....

Learn to grow a "food forest" in your backyard - lush, edible landscaping that takes very little care and provides you with a large variety of food in a small space. Learn many other techniques that can transform your home and yard into a self-reliant system by taking the professional Permaculture Design Course, which runs full time from February 27- March 10,2009.

If one single comment can be attributed to those who do this course, it would be, "It changed my life!" It is not just a course, but an experience, with full immersion into a way of thinking and looking at things that has provided solutions for the seemingly insurmountable problems that we face today. Permaculture offers solutions that can be implemented at any echelon, whether it be your backyard, or the ecosystems and cultural systems of an entire state or country.

The course will be given at the site of the first Earthship being built in Florida, east of Sarasota in Myakka City. Earthships are sustainable buildings that incorporate water catchment, passive heating and cooling, reused materials and other sustainable design elements to create a unique, artistic structure that is very comfortable to live in and has a light ecological footprint.

Please feel free to ask questions about details about any aspect of the course in our message boards or email us. You can register for the course on line, below. Please RSVP soon as slots do fill up.

The instructor, Wayne Weiseman, has been educating people about sustainability for 25 years. He has worked as a school teacher and as a consultant to educators and administrators in curriculum and professional development. As a primitive wilderness instructor he relied on observation techniques and a thorough understanding of the natural world to ply his trade. He has worked extensively with corporate executives in the art of team building, and the application of ideas in business and life developed through the observation of the cycles and connections found in the natural world. He has worked as a builder and contractor, herbalist, renewable energy expert, and farmer for the past twenty-five years. Wayne is Director of The Permaculture Project, a full-service, international consulting and educational business promoting the ideas of eco-agriculture, renewable energy resources and eco-construction methods. He currently co-manages Dayempur Farm in Southern Illinois, a land-based, self-reliant community project combining organic crop/food production, ecologically-built shelter, renewable energy, appropriate technologies and educational programs.


Transition Town Iniative
http://www.midwestpermaculture.com/TransitionIllinois.php
The Transition Model has been built upon the recognition of the following:

• Climate Change and Peak Oil are real and will have a profound effect on the way we live in the future.
• In this future, energy will become increasingly more expensive and it is better to plan for it than be taken by surprise
• Industrial society has lost the resilience to be able to cope with energy shocks
• It is to our better interests to act together and to act now
• Regarding the world economy and the consumptive patterns within it, as long as the laws of physics apply, infinite growth within a finite system (such as planet earth) simply isn't possible.
• We demonstrated phenomenal levels of ingenuity and intelligence as we raced up the energy curve over the last 150 years, and there's no reason why we can't use those qualities, and more, as we negotiate our way down from the peak of the energy mountain
• if we plan and act early enough, and use our creativity and cooperation to unleash the genius within our local communities, then we can build a future that could be far more fulfilling and enriching, more connected and more gentle on the earth than the lifestyles we have today.

Transition Town Handbook
http://store.midwestpermaculture.com/transitionhandbook.aspx

From Oil Dependency to Local Resilience!
We live in an oil-dependent world, and have got to this level of dependency in a very short space of time, using vast reserves of oil in the process – without planning for when the supply is not so plentiful. Most of us avoid thinking about what happens when oil runs out (or becomes prohibitively expensive), but The Transition Handbook shows how the inevitable and profound changes ahead can have a positive outcome. These changes can lead to the rebirth of local communities, which will grow more of their own food, generate their own power, and build their own houses using local materials. They can also encourage the development of local currencies, to keep money in the local area.

The book has three sections, the Head, the Heart and the Hands. The Head explores the issues of peak oil and climate change, and how when looked at together, we need to be focusing on the rebuilding of resilience as well as cutting carbon emissions. It argues that the focus of our lives will become increasingly local and small scale as we come to terms with the real implications of the energy crisis we are heading into. The Heart looks at where we find the personal tools for responding to what can feel like overwhelming challenges. It argues that key to our success will be our ability to generate positive visions of future, to harness the power of engaged optimism, and overcome powerlessness. The Hands offers a detailed exploration of the Transition model, setting out its principles, its origins, the 12 Steps of Transition, how they were applied in the first year of Transition Town Totnes, as well as offering a taste of how the model has been applied in a range of other settings. The book also contains lots of ‘Tools for Transition’, exercises and activities that can help to deepen this work in your community.