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John Beckett ~ The Pyramids of Uxmal

I can’t reblog this article, so I’ll just post a link.

I always enjoy John Beckett’s contemplative musings, and this piece combines personal experience, ancient Mayan ruins, modern Mayan civilization, a ghost story of sorts, and important questions to ask ourselves as individuals and as a society. John’s a self described “Pagan, Druid and Unitarian Universalist,” but for some reason this piece particularly reminds me of the prayer of confession in the Episcopal Church, which seeks forgiveness “for things done and for things left undone.” As the days shorten into winter nights and the world around us continues to offer chaos, I find myself going deeper inside, too. This is an uncomfortable read, but one that asks us to consider what is ours to do.

In a world of imperfect options, at what point do we fight for our lives or for sacred things threatened with destruction? “[W]hat necessary acts are we neglecting because we find them unpleasant? What helpful changes have we not made because they carry risks, risks that are far less than those faced by the players on the Uxmal ball court?” Worth an introspective read.

Smoking guns: why Maui can defeat Monsanto


Excellent research by Jon Rappoport, as well as a clear, highly inclusive strategy. I like it! Please spread his information to any anti-GMO groups, citizens’ rights, sovereignty, indigenous, or other groups you know who might be able to add their support.

Originally posted on Jon Rappoport's Blog:

Smoking Guns: why Maui can defeat Monsanto

Smoking gun 1: 1993 Joint Resolution of the US Congress, signed into law by President Clinton, 21 years ago today (November 23, 1993)

Smoking gun 2: Hawaii State Constitution

Smoking gun 3: US Constitution

by Jon Rappoport

November 23, 2014

To recap: on Election Day, the voters of Maui passed a ballot measure that blocked Monsanto and Dow from developing and using new GMOs.

In the wake of this historic victory to ban GMOs, Monsanto sued Maui.

The forces now aligned against the citizens of Maui include: Monsanto and Dow, the US federal government, and even the Maui County government, which has caved in, opposes the will of its own voters, and is colluding with Monsanto to strike down the ballot measure—after it won.

However, there are smoking legal guns in this case, and they provide an opening for the…

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Please Keep The Prayers And Thoughts Coming


Please keep these people and anyone dealing with the massive snow and anticipated floods in NY, in prayer and calm, loving energy. May they find peace amidst the storms and aftermath, and may we each carry peace and clarity as we face our own storms — whether natural, unnatural or metaphorical. Blessings, love and calm….. this, too, shall pass.

Originally posted on Petals Unfolding:

image[This picture was taken from my eating room window, from the sill itself to try to express to you how deep this snow is. This photo really does not convey the huge amount of snow you are looking at that stands well over the sill of my window.]


Dearest Friends …. To even try to put into words how deeply touched I am by all your concern, prayers, thoughts, Love, and Light, is not possible. We are living through one of the greatest disasters known to WNY and Lancaster, NY. At times it is terrifying, gut wrenching fear wanting to just take over. That I will not allow to happen.

I am feeling very tired this day, my face pale, my stomach hurting, bouts of dizziness coming and going, and all I want to do is to lay down and sleep. I am not able to do this. My…

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Jon Rappoport ~ Follow the money: the Maui-Monsanto war

Follow the money: the Maui-Monsanto war

This is a stunner.

On Election Day, Maui passed a local initiative blocking Monsanto and Dow from developing new GMOs in Maui County.

According to Ballotpedia, the winning war chest in the election was, overwhelmingly, composed of contributions from five individuals.

Total? $55,000.

The losing war chest consisted of contributions from three groups: Monsanto, Dow AgroSciences, and the Council for Biotechnology Information.

Total? $7,876,000.

I can think of a hundred things to say, but I’ll let most of them ride.

You decide what the lessons are.

Yes, Monsanto is now suing Maui to reverse the results of the ballot measure, claiming state and federal law trumps a county vote.

But check your cynicism at the door long enough to appreciate what it took for the citizens of Maui and the local Shaka Movement to shock the world.

Authentic hope and change? THIS is what it looks like.

Jon Rappoport

The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at

‘Electrified Living – Peace Lies in the Deep of the Ocean': Lee Harris November 2014 Energy Update


I read Lee’s message last night and was about to post it this morning, before seeing Tania already had. I’ve definitely noticed people going deep and having breakthroughs during sessions, especially this week. Great intensity, but also great healing for those willing to accept their feelings as information, followed by empowered and empowering choices. Also, just a side note: I keep hearing about helpers and healers having adrenal fatigue or nervous exhaustion. Please take care of yourselves! Nurture yourselves, especially if you provide support for others navigating such troubled waters. Remember to allow the healing to occur in you, as well.

Originally posted on Tania Marie's Blog:

As you welcome in an inspirational New Moon in Sagittarius today, embracing more courage to align with your deepest truth that supports you to create experiences from your center, you may find much of what is shared in this update to ring in true to what that journey has been feeling like. As always, I find this to be another resonating share from Lee, aligned with my own current experiences and what I feel collectively.

The full article can also be found here: November 21st, 2014 Energy Update

Here’s Lee:

underwater sculpture grenada

Underwater sculpture, Grenada: – I had the chance to visit Grenada two years ago, so I found Lee’s choice of images to be synchronous and also beautifully symbolic of what he shares

This past 2 weeks, the energy has seen a lot of us deep-diving.
Diving down into the depths of ourselves – our feelings, our thoughts, our beliefs…

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Fairy Tale Friday: Two Wolves (Cherokee)


I am woman, hear me HOWL. Though written for women, this feminine take on The Two Wolves offers value for men, too, in that we all have a wild woman inside ourselves — a wise one who knows how to wield power in ways that transcend bombs, drones and surveilled phones. Who knows how to heal the deepest, darkest wounds that no one else knows how to find. Thank you, Amanda! I got goosebumps hearing your howl.

Originally posted on Dreamrly.:

Sacred Balance, by one of my heroes, Pixie Campbell…

“A healthy woman is much like a wolf: robust, chock-full, strong life force, life-giving, territorially aware, inventive, loyal, roving.”  – Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Happy Fairy Tale Friday! This week’s story is an old Native American tale, but true to Dreamrly style, I am giving it a good punch-up with a modern “feminine power” twist. Wolves and women have always felt deeply connected to me, and any strong handmade feminist knows that what some consider “our bible”….Women Who Run with the Wolves,” by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, in founded on the idea that women and wolves are inextricably linked.

Let’s get right to it….

Two Wolves


One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.

He said: ‘My son, the battle is between ‘two wolves’ inside us all.

One is Evil. It is anger, envy…

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Iceland !!! Thanks to R.


Thanks to Jean for posting these gorgeous photos! Is it any wonder so many people in Iceland believe in elves and consult the elves before proceeding on building and road projects? Surrounded by such stunning beauty, it is easy to see why Icelanders remember to honor sovereignty of both land and soul.

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:


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