Legal and biblical researcher Greg Pappas (who does not have a flock to fleece every Sunday) shared his discoveries as a guest on the My Private Audio TalkShoe call on October 16, 2011. Greg studied to become a minister but was discouraged by the hypocrisy in organized religion.
Currently most of the human race has been subjugated by both legal and religious bondage. Greg explains how this structure was built and by whom. Even more exciting is how Greg was able to tie ancient scriptures to natural healing, real spirituality and the one law of the universe – the Golden Rule.
The song and now the movie are inspirational to all . . . no matter what religion or philosophy you ascribe to. The following rendition of Amazing Grace proves it is possible for beauty to cause one to cry.
Teapot People . . . and creating love!
Monday, November 25, 2002
©2002 San Francisco Chronicle
MY FRIEND LINDA says that there are two kinds of people: new-teapot people and broken-teapot people. She likes the broken-teapot people better, and so do I. I don’t trust anyone who hasn’t lost something.
New-teapot people think that they can expect to be new teapots for the rest of their lives and that broken-teapot people are careless or stupid or perhaps just unlucky. Some new-teapot people think broken-teapot people have cooties.
Polygraph expert Cleve Backster stumbled upon one of the most amazing discoveries – ever – using a simple lie detector machine. His scientific discoveries (which got little or no recognition by our worthless media) have the potential to change our world.
Many believe we can alter our reality with positive prayers or intentions. However, there is no doubt that this is more than a ‘belief’ and Cleve Backster has the scientific proof. He calls the system whereas living organisms of different species communicate with each other ‘Biocommunication’.
“The general field of study of communication between different biological life forms, mostly in nature, sometimes in the laboratory. It involves the use of instrumentation to observe reactive events occurring in all kinds of life–animal, plant, cellular, microscopic, and so on — and includes observational biology, high quality observational studies. Also included is the study of the effect of human thought and intention on life forms in the environment.”
More about Cleve Backster: http://www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/cbackster.html
People across the planet have awoken to the horrific impact the unholy alliance Business Inc and Government Inc has had on their communities. But We the People everywhere will always strive to achieve life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Author Paul Hawken wrote a book about us all titled Blessed Unrest. He reveals that the largest movement in the world has come into being and no one saw it coming.
Blessed Unrest explores the diversity of the movement, its brilliant ideas, innovative strategies, and hidden history, which date back many centuries. A culmination of Hawken’s many years of leadership in the environmental and social justice fields, it will inspire and delight any and all who despair of the world’s fate, and its conclusions will surprise even those within the movement itself. Fundamentally, it is a description of humanity’s collective genius, and the unstoppable movement to reimagine our relationship to the environment and one another.
Humankind knows what to do!
Back to the Land
“The One-Straw Revolution”
Introdution of Masanobu Fukuoka’s book The One-Straw Revolution by Frances Moore Lappe
It was 1970, and the extent to which our species – supposedly the most intelligent – had failed as steward of the planet had only begun to sink in on me. At age twenty-six, in my first big “ah-ha’ moment, I was struck by the realization that we humans had actively created the food scarcity we claimed to fear. We were (and still are ) feeding more than a third of the world’s grain to livestock, which return to us only a fraction of those nutrients. I was seized with curiosity – why would any species disrupt the source of its own nourishment, it’s very survival? The next year I published Diet for a small Planet. could food, I wondered in that book and in subsequent writings, be humanity’s pathway to sanity?
Not many years later Masanobu Fukuoka’s volume, now in your hands, swept across the West; it spoke directly to many who had come of age in the sixties and who were no eager to move beyond protest to practical solutions. I was one. The dangers of chemical farming were becoming evident to many. We wanted to believe there was another way to nourish ourselves.
Collectively we always have and always will seek wisdom as it is the . . .
Copyright by Nicholas Gordon
1. The principles of wisdom are not only discernible by reason but engraved upon the heart. This is because wisdom is part of human nature, which has evolved over millennia and is in all people the same.
2. One may ask, then, why all are not wise. The answer is that all are wise to varying degrees, just as all are to varying degrees intelligent, dexterous, creative, curious, and so on.
3. Wisdom guides our behavior so as to enable the species to survive. It does this in two ways. First, since society is the principal means of human survival, wisdom enables us to live with one another in relative peace. Second, since reason and will offer us uniquely the alternative of suicide, wisdom enables us to attain happiness and survive despair.
4. If experience were food, wisdom would be taste, enabling us to distinguish good from bad. And although all are endowed with taste, the education of taste enables one to make subtler distinctions and finer judgments.
5. Similarly with wisdom: the principles are inborn, but their application is much enhanced by upbringing, schooling, reading, conversation, the cultivation of good habits, and the emulation of the wise.
6. We are born with a taste for beauty and goodness, finding in them our deepest and most lasting pleasure. This is our gift as humans, though because of varying endowment and education we enjoy this gift to varying degrees.
Perpetuum Jazzile is an a cappella jazz choir from Slovenia.
Louis Armstrong reminds us . . .
What a wonderful world
This page will be dedicated to some of the potentially viable ideas/plans/programs We the People are creating using our collective wisdom. While the so-called leaders who currently reside on planet earth can’t seem to stop pillaging and warring, the majority of us want peace and will never stop seeking it.
(This page is very much a work in progress)
Page launched on March 16, 2010
Web Sites (list in progress)