Sunday, January 17, 2010

A solution to end famine

Attention farmers around the world: No need to worry about insects, drought, and other issues of farming.

Ormus is a mon-atomic element that adds nutrients to the soil which creates resistance to potential problems such as pests and disease of the plants.

The documentation from that link goes a long way into proving that there are solutions to the problems of food shortages. The evidence is compelling. Check it out.

Ormus is the End-all, Be-all; Alchemy is not about living forever. It is about living life more fully - taking care of others and empowering them to take care of themselves.

Please feel free to copy and forward this message to anyone who would be instrumental in making this information available on a grand scale, or to those people who can apply Ormus to their practices and get us all some bumper crops of healthy vegetation.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Baby with a Snake
I found this disturbing video yesterday on youtube. Comments have been disabled, but I want to read some. You can leave them here. It may take me a while to publish them because I read them first, but I am curious to see what others have to say about it.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Offsetting famine

I belong to this e-mail forum of thoughtful people because of some of my out-of-the-box thinking and activities in alchemy. It's never been about getting the philosopher's stone so that I can outlive my loved ones. My main interest in Ormus has been to alleviate my food and water shortage fears for this planet.

Ormus - an acronym for orbitally rearranged mono-atomic elements (aka ORMEs) is easy to make and has infinite benefits pertaining to feeding a civilization that is too dumbed down to realize how it is harming itself with funky farming practices and idiots in power.

I went to an Ormus conference in September in the foothills of the Appalachians in Northern Georgia. It was a gorgeous setting. These people are serious alchemists. I witnessed the process - plus, saw and sampled products. It was a very enlightening experience - to put it mildly.

I am thinking of ways to get some p.r. for Ormus; maybe contact some local farmers.

Barry Carter's vegetation is not the only documentation on how Ormus creates bigger yields of better tasting and more nutritious, disease and pest-resistant plants and trees. It is very awe-inspiriing that this man has taken the message of what the philosopher's stone is good for - and run with it.

Check out these links and see if you don't agree.

Thursday, October 01, 2009

Just say "No Way"

Check out this latest Urgent message that has been making the rounds. I've gotten it three times from different sources, stated differently, yet with the same information.

Below is a comprehensive and informative link to what is wrong with the H1N1 Vaccine. Even if I didn't read this, I am very suspicious of that, and any other, vaccine. At least one state is trying to make vaccination mandatory. I also heard in the news where they are forcing health care workers to be injected. The logic they are touting is how is it going to look for them to promote it - while they (the health care workers) think something might be wrong with it?

Do you know the difference between the Swine Flu and the Bird Flu?

For the Bird Flu, you need some tweetment. And for the Swine Flu, you just need a little oinkment.

Counter terrorism with humor. Power (versus force) comes from being sure that the Creator is in charge of your health and happiness. Surrender to the divine within you and no thing, person, or circumstance can alter your path to fulfillment.

Love and light. Joy and peace. Music and Art.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Call it a Louisiana Stimulus package

Hey, Governor Jindal.

First off, let me apologize for my ignorance. I choose not to follow politics for many reasons, but mainly because that information goes on into infinity about all the who's who of the field, and how they think or behave in regards to infinite particulars. I trust in organizations like "League of Women Voters", as well as other watchdogs, rules and rulers, who like to keep up with that and which keeps everything in check. At least, for the most part, things are orderly on the surface and that's important.

I am limited in that I can only pay attention to what I need to for my day-to-day life and the living of it as a healthy, happy, and fulfilled Being - applying that to enabling others to do the same. Politics only barely penetrates my sphere of existence at all. It is way too vast a subject for me, so I ignore it.

Now, that's out of the way...

Work has been slow in the food and beverage, hotel and tourism, industry this month. It slowed down last month, and then is semi-comatose now - September. It is this way every year. Everybody knows that September crawls by, finances get tight-tight, and hopefully, some of us prepared for it - you know? - by having old fashioned savings accounts.

When there is a good cash flow, most of us let it flow in, and then let it keep flowing right back out, as we play catch-up from drier periods. There's always a need for the affluence as children grow and need to be re-outfitted, home or auto maintenance costs money, and all things practical and impractical that crop up and I thank the Universe for providing money for.

Some of us are not so good at saving. Well(clears throat), ... I am not.

I may be wrong in thinking You Guys got money, but correct my perception if you can. What's going on with the money from those traffic cameras???? I know the cameras must be an expense to put up and operate, but I am sure there is plenty of excess money leftover. In fact, I heard a rumor that nobody knows what to do with the excess moola that comes from people making sloppy car mistakes that hurt nobody in any way. (incl, a $110 from me sent months ago for one such mistake. :( )

So, I got an idea...

I am proposing that the LA treasury department consider using that money to write a stimulus check to the good people of this state who are devoted to the jobs that encompass this important f&b industry which provides a good chunk of the state's revenues. Don't you think it makes sense to issue a check to everyone in the service industry of hotels, restaurants, and tourism, in general, that depend on tips, or people dependent on hourly wages whose hours are cut? We don't hold onto our money. Get it? It flows in and flows right back out.


I LOVE that idea.

I've got more where that comes from.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Should I?

Good Day,
I have a business of US$26.5million for you to handle with me from my
bank.Please contact me for details, via private
Peter Lee..

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

I want to go back asap

Julia and Shelby. Two peas in a pod.

Aaron got a sunburn on day 1.

My niece said she didn't need a napkin after we bought the ice cream and I wanted to go back for one before she began to eat it.

I love Florida and spending time with my peeps. They are the coolest people I know. I indulged Polina one morning for a couple of hours. She and I went from the pool to the hottub, and then to the lazy river and rope climbing and then back to the pool, over and over until her big sister fetched her back to their resort room. I was like a kid negotiating with my 17 year old niece, "does she have to go? She just had ice cream. We're having fun." I went back to my room then - begging my husband to come play with me. He could only take very little of that kind of fun. I practically lived in my swim suit for 7 days. I told my sisters that when I get rich, I will have a big house on the beach so they can come visit me anytime. We'll have to get together often. (cue "If I Were a Rich Man")