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Earth Day, “Chose This, Not That” – Surrendering to Energy, Nature and Grace

By Patricia Burke of Safe Tech International, Image courtesy Floris Freshman

Back in the 1998, at a workshop on Bioenergy in Mexico, Dr. Richard Broeringmeyer described his work with NASA astronauts.

As noted in the book “Bioenergetic Basics” by Janice Bailey, the doctor “measured and tested the early astronauts before and after their space missions. He noticed that when the astronauts returned from space, their bodies were slightly lopsided with one leg shortened.” The imbalance was not mechanical or chemical, it was energetic.

Much of the suffering sourced from the 21st century’s squandering of the earth’s electromagnetic resources could be alleviated by a change of minds and a change of hearts about technocracy vs. ‘energy medicine.’

Because the reality is that as the result of illiteracy about energy, our love affair with unhinged technology is changing our alignment, balance, heads, and hearts, – not for the better.  

When Turning Back is Progress, Mastery, and Wisdom, even if belatedly

I’ve been in the memorable presence of surrender, wisdom and grace a number of times. Once, in the Vermont spring (mud and more mud) when a group was helping turn a car without tire chains that had attempted to cross the mountain… needing to turn back, we witnessed wisdom, experience, generosity, and community amidst a necessary course correction.

Again, in October, on a Cape Ann whale watch…When boarding we were cautioned that the trip might be choppy. As we headed towards Stellwagen Bank, two hours later the seas had shifted. Seven-foot waves covered not just the starboard side, but the entire boat including the top deck and everyone on it.  

The weather report kept predicting that the winds would diminish, but they didn’t. Passengers were soaked and retching. The captain announced that he was turning back “tucking into the leeward of land.”

Miraculously, only a few miles from home, two majestic humpbacks appeared, including much beloved Dross.  

As we approached the dock, the captain told us that in his 34 years working the boat, he could count on one hand the number of times the seas were that rough. Even if we had not seen the whales, grace and mastery was present – the ship, the seas, the skilled captain and his crew.

I believe that we, as a humanity, have the potential to access the grace that occurs when one avoids the edge of a cliff, the near accident, the rogue wave.

As the late eco-feminist and environmental ethicist Marti Kheel noted, “When you are standing at the edge of a cliff, progress is walking backward. “

We need to get our act together regarding the harm being caused by increasingly intrusive, destructive manmade frequencies, and step back.

Living Literacy Yields Wisdom that Enables Harmony via Surrender

When humans lived closer to nature and to the land, we had more experience with dynamics that required judgment, adaptation, and, at times, surrender. We interacted non-verbally with plants and animals, and developed and used inborn sensory systems, including navigation, that lie fallow today.

When I enter the barn with a sometimes-cantankerous donkey to check for a goat in labor, I am present. I never work in a state of upset or anger around the animals, I owe them this, because they are aware, and the practice has kept me healthier. One of my teachers is an 11-year-old girl who knows how to check the mother’s ligaments and udders. She lifts the kids to check to see if they are nursing adequately.

The farm taught me never again to muck the barn on the full moon in Pisces, or how hard it is to weed when the expanding moon is in Taurus.

When I approach my car, I do not need to pay attention to the moon or engage all of my senses.  I can enter and inset the key mindlessly, multitasking, even in anger. Generally speaking, I can replace a part if needed.

The fact that we think that we can simply remove body parts (tonsils, gall bladder) implies a crisis of consciousness. We don’t realize that the body is interconnected energetic intelligence. So is the farm. So is the Earth.

In the Technocratic Age we are hurtling through time and space with little to no direct experience interpreting cues directly from the natural world, through our own inborn capacities.

We are not heeding accumulated wisdom about Time as a manifestation of Energy, (hence, for example, surgeries at unfavorable times) or warnings of ‘danger ahead’ from those reporting harm.

We would rather look to our devices which will tell us that industry experts tell us that our technologies are safe. We would rather not recognize that women who are sensitized to electromagnetic fields know the juxtapositions of factors that impact their symptoms, including hydration, weather, sleep quality, menses, and the moon’s phase. We have scientists demanding chemical evidence of disease onset, when the damage is electromagnetic.

Our paradigms for acceptable proof of harm are hopelessly outdated and irrelevant.

We are using the wrong parameters because we are ignoring energetics, and because we are using inanimate modeling based on measurements of military recruits for safety testing. We are unwilling to recognize the electromagnetic patterns of our lives – a hold-over of abject terror of the witch trials. We are actively discriminating against women and children, and against the laws that govern nature, and catering to military and economic domination. It’s time to stop.

The (Unconscious) Influence of Culture

In cross-cultural research dating back to the 1970s, John Papajohn and John Spiegel classified societies in three broad categories regarding their relationship with nature:

  • Harmony with Nature – Man’s sense of wholeness is based on continual communication with nature and the supernatural (Japanese and Navaho)
  • Subjugation to Nature – Man can do little to counteract the forces of nature to which he is subjected (Spanish rural)
  • Mastery Over Nature – Man is expected to overcome the natural forces and harness them to his purpose (Dominant American)

Within the overlay of socially acceptable behaviors, there is a wide range of actions at any point in time.  For example, when slavery was the norm, there were those who cared deeply for their community, and there were slave-owners who routinely beat their charges.

Our mindlessly-wireless paradigm is beating nature to within an inch of its life.  

We must backtrack to account for the protection of human health and nature, because unknown to most, they were left out of the economic equations favoring wireless.

“A Rapid, Unscheduled Disassembly”

From the vantage point of the overlay of Man as Master Over Nature, it is not surprising to see Public Television’s report, “SpaceX’s massive rocket Starship explodes 4 minutes after liftoff.”

“SpaceX’s Starship rocket cleared its launch platform but failed to separate from its booster, exploding four minutes after liftoff during an inaugural test flight on Thursday. The uncrewed spacecraft, which SpaceX says could one day facilitate multi-planetary life, thundered off the launch pad for what had been expected to be a 90-minute trip around the Earth before a splashdown near Hawaii. But after reaching MaxQ, the rocket began to tumble tail over nose, 18 miles in the air. A minute later, it started to plummet before combusting entirely. A livestream of the launch appeared to show some of the 33 engines in the booster weren’t firing.

“Starship just experienced what we call a rapid, unscheduled disassembly,” said John Insprucker, SpaceX’s principal integration engineer. “As we expected, excitement is guaranteed. Starship gave us a spectacular end to what was a relatively successful test flight so far.” SpaceX staff still cheered as Starship went down in flames. Successfully lifting the 400-foot-tall rocket off the launch pad is still a big step forward to its ultimate goal of one day ferrying humans to the moon and Mars, SpaceX says.

“With a test like this, success comes from what we learn,” the company said in a tweet. “Today’s test will help us improve Starship’s reliability as SpaceX seeks to make life multi-planetary.”

NASA administrator Bill Nelson said he is already looking forward to seeing what the next launch could bring. “Every great achievement throughout history has demanded some level of calculated risk,” he wrote in a Tweet. “Because with great risk comes great reward.” NASA has a vested interest in seeing Starship succeed: The agency is paying SpaceX to develop a reusable moon shuttle, though that mission is still likely several years away.”

“One Day, Facilitate Multi-Planetary Life”

The hyperlink about one day facilitating multi-planetary life references an April 17 NPR article “SpaceX scraps Starship launch at the last minute due to frozen valve.”

“The commercial spaceflight company SpaceX scrapped its first scheduled test flight of Starship, a huge, stainless-steel rocket that could one day carry humans to the moon, Mars and beyond.

“Eventually the Sun will expand and destroy all life,” Musk said, standing before the giant rocket about a year ago. “It is very important — essential in the long-term — that we become a multi-planet species.”

Musk hopes Starship will provide a critical step to becoming multiplanetary, by allowing large payloads to be carried into orbit for cheap. His goal is for Starship to someday transport the first people to Mars.

SpaceX also has a business interest in seeing its mammoth rocket fly. Starship could be used to launch large numbers of the company’s internet-providing “Starlink” satellites. Starlink is seen as a key part of SpaceX’s future, and Starship would allow the network to rapidly grow, says Tim Farrar, the president of TMF associates, a telecom consulting firm.

For now, investors seem happy to let SpaceX try out its massive, potentially interplanetary rocket. But Farrar says that if the launch fails and Starship falls further behind schedule, it could affect all of SpaceX’s business, especially in the current financial climate. SpaceX seems to understand the risks. It has had many rockets blow up during testing in the past, a development strategy that’s worked well for them overall.”

Back on Earth

Every rocket launch consumes resources and energy.

While some segments of society revere the promise of an opportunity to populate another planet, and the stated plan to provide internet access across the planet, and ‘great rewards from great risks’, there is a significant cross-current building.

Some are calling attention to the fact that we do not understand the electromagnetic nature of the Earth, and its relationship to the creative, active intelligence of the Sun and Moon and cosmos.  How can we navigate a foreign planetary environment via Musk if we are not able to comprehend the cues coming from our biology about life on earth, here and now?

Many suspect that conquering space as well as prospecting the bottom of the ocean has more to do with exploiting new mineral resources, rather than providing an exit route for humanity when the Sun takes out the earth.

Earth is exquisitely designed for the interplay between the sun and moon and cosmos, and electricity and magnetism, and it is our birthright to understand, access and apply this resource. Increasingly, we are polluting it.

How far off course have we gone? 90% of homes can now be accessed to support an artificial web:  Amazon Invites Developers to Test Its Creepy Wireless/IoT Network Now Covering 90% of U.S. Households; “holds promise” for Smart City Tech

Like the astronauts returning from space, we are lopsided. We don’t need drugs and surgeries to address the symptoms, we need to treat the cause, which is the unbalanced, polluted electromagnetic environment un-tethered from the cosmos.

Technology has strayed too far from the Center Point, with no understanding of the consequences.

We are trying to feed an unquenchable hunger, in part by convincing ourselves that we are moving in the direction of sustainability, for example, the justification that consumers are demanding data from smart meters, which have caused demonstrable harm. “The green techno-dream is so vastly destructive, they say, ‘we have to come up with a different plan.’ Mining conflict expert Olivia Lazard: ‘We could actually lose the future of humanity trying to save it on behalf of the climate. And this is the ultimate irony, right?’” See: The Rising Chorus of Renewable Energy Skeptics

That different plan must include scrutiny of wireless technologies. See; REPORTS ON THE INCREASING ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF WIRELESS SYSTEMS AND DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM

In the Dao De Jing, Laozi advised, “Reduce your sense of self and limit your desires.”

Question your wireless footprint and all that it entails.

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