Sunday 28 July 2013


By a babbling brook, hello friends I hope your life is like the babbling brook, bringing you natures nurture. My late Father used to hum, sing and whistle this a lot, and he actually met Donald once or twice when he visited the working man's club in High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. High Wycombe was famous for its chair factory.  This song was very popular then.  In this video there is the old vinyl or plastic 78 record.  Incidentally the late Glen Miller gave a concert in the Guildhall before he disappeared Post 11.
My Father used to whistle and sing this song way back.
He was born Donald Rhys Hubert Peers in the Welsh mining town of Ammanford. His father was a colliery worker and a prominent member of the Plymouth Brethren who disapproved of the variety theatre, and never heard or saw his son work. Donald's family were hoping he would become a schoolteacher, but he had other ambitions and left home at the age of sixteen to live his life elsewhere.
Donald travelled around the country working as a house painter and, for a time, went to sea as a mess steward on ships. He met his wife in 1930 in Richmond, North Yorkshire and they had a daughter Sheila in 1931. He joined a dance band as a singer and continued his day job as a painter. His first BBC Radio broadcast took place on 17 December 1927, with the popular comedy duo, Clapham and Dwyer. One of his songs he sang was, "In a Shady Nook by a Babbling Brook", which became his most requested song and, later, his signature tune. His London debut took place in a revue at the Bedford Theatre in 1929. He struggled on until 1933 when, after an appearance on the BBC Music Hall programme, he got a recording contract with HMV Records.
Donald Pears.
Where do I wander in springtime, 
when the violets say "Howdy do"?
Where do I go in the summer, 
when the skies are so peaceful and blue?
Where do I go every morning,
And linger the whole day through?
Where do I go when the stars are aglow
And dream of the byegones and you? In a (To chorus)
shady nook, by a babbling brook, 
'mid the flow'rs, I spend hours, ev'ry day;
that old shady nook, and that babbling brook, 
they're my mem'ry's book, since you're away. 
I can hear the strain, of the bird's refrain, 
but it's not the same, since you have left me;
in a shady nook, by a babbling brook, 
that's where I fell in love with you. 
Dear Reader you may wonder 'why on Earth is Geoff rambling on down memory Lane when he is always on about leaving the past behind and so on'? Well I feel it is all right to  have memories as one  long as one does not dwell in them and as I hear my neighbours say ' Oh for the good old days', and when I was in my teens I heard neighbours say the same thing then.  There is a way to have memories and yet not live in them not by suppressing them, but by being aware of the emotions and allowing them to surface then I have felt they drift away and just become factual.  It happened, it was a cloud in the sky and it passed.
I used to sit in trees in our orchard after my NDE and in the nearby recreation ground where I fell in the river that caused my NDE see Post 11.  I used to go over to the 'rec' even at that young age, folks were more trusting in the town and outside, and sit by a babbling brook.  This came up this time 06-07-13 talking to a neighbour who brought up Donald's name of which I hadn't heard or remembered for yonks(Informal a very long time; ages I haven't seen him for yonks-- origin unknown). 
Babbling brook
This on returning home sent my head so to speak into a deep reflective state, then I fell into a kind of reverie, and then into a deep, deep, profound stillness accompanied by a hushed quietness.  I felt the brook alive and chortling, a merry child like gleeful chuckle and it grew into a lovely experience.
Suddenly I felt my DNA and the twisting turning spirals, glistening gold helix's, sinuous like snakes embracing one another as in their mating rituals.  The helix's gave off star like speckles, like fluff being borne in the wind, landing hither and thither.  They seemed to settle and when they did they turned into cells in my body, each cell was joined  or underpinned to a spring which seem to 'bubble up' from the emptiness of space, it seemed to come from nowhere, yet this nowhere was the fount, the quantum space, a kind of zero field, pure potential.
I could feel this Life force entering into the cells, I could 'hear' it whispering like a soft wind, its life renewing and informing energy. It is as if the energy was 'the voice in the wildness of my soul'. I had no idea who me was or is, I was a delighted viewer and danced in the heart of the beingness that was before me, I was in it, from it and yet apart and yet joined, intimately connected and at the same moment completely uninterested and yet profoundly moved. 
I felt the joy of living, and I knew there was no death, only the death of the form that this energy, this bubbling brook sustained for as long as its mysterious purpose served.
The realisation came that time was an illusion. Of course intellectually I had known this.  As long as there is a form, there is time.  As long as the wave arises from the sea, there is time.  When the wave recedes into the ocean, the ocean of being, when the bubbling spring ceases to nourish the form, time is not evident. The ocean of being, the emptiness where it all arises, where the waves, the bubbles, the spring effervesces from its source, cease their eternal activity, to die out to be reborn ' oh great sun why are you setting? My dear only to rise again' an adaptation from a Sufi saying. 
Fir Tree
So this great experience was preceded on the  5th July 2013 whilst sitting on the loo, I suddenly became aware of my body, as if an inside outside viewer and it seemed I was transformed into the type of tree above, and yet it was vegetable like, I could feel it grow, it was slow and yet comparably fast, again all at the same instant. I  was this highly amused interested witness that was aware of the 'force field' as it were, like a shower of many faceted particles, dancing like fireflies, speckles in steam, and I sensed a mighty intelligence in this.
I was a bemused witness and wondered at this miracle, and how did it appear out of nowhere, like the conjurer's trick, and the miracle of its creation, and yet I knew I had created it, and  yet the paradox, the Cosmic Koan, the Universes conundrum, the absurdity, the very enigma, WAS the source of creation. Without the mystery life becomes plain, stalemate, stagnant, so create a mystery and if it 'catches' one's attention then it fires one up. THE TRICK is there never is an answer, only temporary apparent solutions, and then one finds out, yeah that's OK for now, a true artist raves over their latest, then after a while, perhaps there is something new to do, after all I am an artist.
A true creator is always dissatisfied and yet delighted. In the Unversal scheme of things, the mystery can never be solved as there would not be eternity.  Since space, awareness, intelligence is invisible, there is no end to its capacity, indeed space has no form, no boundaries, it is potential, it is consciousness and produces from itself all there is, and all there is, is 'an idea' in the vault of space. Now you see it, now you don't. For in that emptiness is every possibility and probability waiting to be born and eager to die. 
All this can come from sitting on the loo and chatting idly with a neighbour, not at the same time mind you, I do have my modesty. Life is indeed so simple and complex.  For simplicity is Nature at work and betrays the hand that created it.


Ain't that right Tony? Ain't that right Blair buddy and 'flatmate', Charlie boy?
The David Icke Newsletter Goes Out On Sunday
For people to understand the world they are living in they have to grasp the true nature of what is called 'The State' all over the world. 'The State' is not there for the benefit of the population because 'The State' is an organised crime syndicate and operates in the same way.
Crime syndicates can only function by employing criminals and others who are terrified of the consequences of defying the orders of the criminals. The State is just the same. Crime syndicates survive by destroying the opposition and killing anyone with the knowledge and inclination to bring them down. The State is just the same.
The great advantage that State organised crime has over the other variety is that while crime syndicates can have insiders on the payroll within the police here and there the State owns the police, the military and the intelligence networks. This makes them Super Crime Syndicates with those officially charged with protecting the people from organised crime being employed by the ultimate in organised criminality.
The State not only owns and controls those who engage in its criminal activities - like the murder of David Kelly - but also those who are supposed to investigate the crime and find the criminals. It also largely owns the media that is reporting the crime and so the official narrative is the one that dominates public perception.
But with David Kelly the official story is so outrageous and his death so perfectly timed to benefit the invasion of Iraq that there is widespread public opinion that Kelly was murdered to shut him up and there is good reason for this view because he was. (Courtesy of David Icke)  I MET DAVID KELLY A FEW TIMES. I DO KNOW THE INS AND OUT'S OF THIS CASE AND WILL REFRAIN FROM BEING PERSONAL AND WHISTLE BLOWING COMMENTS AS THIS IS MOST SENSITIVE.

Dr David Kelly: doctors start legal action for new inquest

Six senior doctors have begun legal action to force a new inquest into the death of Dr David Kelly, the scientist who died days after being exposed as the source of a controversial BBC storyhe action is being taken because six doctors are convinced that the original verdict of suicide is unsafe and should be overturned.

Some suspect that Dr Kelly, 59, was murdered shortly after it was revealed that he was the source of a BBC story which alleged that evidence against Iraq had been "sexed up" by the Government in order to justify the 2003 invasion.
The body of Dr Kelly, who was a UN weapons inspector, was found more than six years ago in woods near his Oxfordshire home after he went out for a walk. His wrist had been slashed. He also had painkillers in his bloodstream, although not at a lethal level.
At the time of his death, Dr Kelly was under pressure because it had emerged that he had provided confidential information for the BBC story.

However, in a 13-page dossier prepared as the basis for the legal action, the doctors argue that the bleeding from Dr Kelly's ulnar artery in his left wrist is "highly unlikely" to have caused his death. They say a number of studies have shown that it is unusual for a patient to die from a single deep cut to the wrist.  (BECAUSE THIS IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN IT SAYS A LOT AND MOST OF WHAT I FEEL, I'LL LEAVE IT AT THAT)
Amazing new engine and craft The Skylon.
About time.  One of many not caught I suspect
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has said that some of its executives inChina appeared to have broken the law as part of a major bribery scandal that has ensnared the UK pharmaceutical firm.
The company also said that new proposed changes to its operations would result in lower prices of its medicines in China.
"Certain senior executives of GSK China, who know our systems well, appear to have acted outside of our processes and controls which breaches Chinese law," the firm's head of emerging markets, Abbas Hussain, said in a statement.
Mr Hussain, who was sent to China last week to lead GSK's response to the crisis, held a meeting with the Ministry of Public Security at which he also promised to review GSK's business model.
"Savings made as a result of proposed changes to our operational model will be passed on in the form of price reductions, ensuring our medicines are more affordable to Chinese patients," Mr Hussain added.
GSK initially denied any wrongdoing when police first announced an investigation into the company's Chinese operation.
Authorities alleged that more than £200m was funnelled to hundreds of travel agents in  the country, which was then given to doctors, hospitals and health foundations as travel kickbacks.
Chinese police last week accused GSK of bribing officials and doctors to boost sales and raise the price of its medicines in China.
They said GSK transferred up to 3bn yuan (£232m) to 700 travel agencies and consultancies over six years to facilitate the bribes.
Four senior Chinese executives from GSK have been detained and it said it was deeply concerned by the allegations, which it called "shameful".
In a statement, China's Ministry of Public Security said Mr Hussain apologised for the scandal during the meeting.
Mr Hussain was dispatched to China by chief executive Sir Andrew Witty, along with the group's global head of internal audit and a senior legal official on Friday, according to sources.
The CEO is expected to further detail what action the drugmaker is taking in response to the bribery allegations when he presents quarterly results on Wednesday.
The company has run into problems despite conducting up to 20 internal audits in China each year, resulting in the sacking of dozens of staff for misconduct.
In 2012, GSK dismissed 312 staff for policy violations worldwide, according to its annual corporate responsibility report, of which 56 were in China.
There has been widespread speculation that other multinational drug companies would be drawn into the corruption investigations.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) - China's powerful economic planning agency which sets and enforces drug prices - has announced the sector.
The NDRC said it would establish a web platform to monitor the pricing behaviour of drugs distributors, but has so far given few details.
Since 2000, the NDRC has made three rounds of adjustments on the maximum retail prices for medicines, the agency said in a statement posted on its website.
Those efforts were geared toward preventing a rise in prices.
"The next step is to establish an online platform for medicine factory price monitoring, and strengthen monitoring of distributors' pricing behaviour," the statement said, citing an unnamed official.
At one time back in 2008-9 there was a lot of talk about The New Madrid Fault in the USA. To be fair and another aspect of the FEMA issue as in Post 75A, FEMA do some charitable world work. However it is much like some motor companies that say they are saving wild life and the forests in certain locations, whilst polluting like hell in others, a neat distraction so it was thought this applied to the New Madrid Fault.
Magnetic potential map of the Reelfoot Rift
Reelfoot Rift and the New Madrid Seismic Zone in a 3D topographic image

The New Madrid Seismic Zone (pronounced /n ˈmædrɪd/), sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone and a prolific source of intraplate earthquakes(earthquakes within a tectonic plate) in the southern and midwestern United States, stretching to the southwest from New MadridMissouri.
The New Madrid fault system was responsible for the 1811–1812 New Madrid earthquakes and may have the potential to produce large earthquakes in the future. Since 1812, frequent smaller earthquakes have been recorded in the area.[1]
Earthquakes that occur in the New Madrid Seismic Zone potentially threaten parts of seven American states: IllinoisIndianaMissouriArkansasKentuckyTennessee and Mississippi
At the time of blogging this in energygrid, it did seem that a huge earthquake could erupt, so FEMA was preparing the coffins and such like, however since all the above 'camps' have been constructed the suspicion arises, that this may have been an excuse and distraction.  There were other events which gave alarm. More in this just scroll down :  scroll down.  The other interesting facts at that time was the sinking of Japan's East Coast. Also
Until next time. Keep grounded.  Geoff
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