Hello again, we are living in fast and dangerous times. Many people are afraid to walk the streets for crime has gone up. Fear and uncertainty is being geared up by the media. The Western Media merely report stories with very little facts, the facts that they do present are watered down. The alternative media are all tarred with the same brush as mere 'conspiracy theorists' and yet as we are witnessing many of these are coming to be true although after fifty years or so.
True journalism is being suppressed and a one way ticket is on show, no opinion is allowed other than the party official line. Threats I guess are put on the free press and their very lives of their families, themselves are on the line if the cross over it and this extends to the human rights and austerity measures.
As a therapist I came across many clients who were in denial. Denial is knowing in one's depths the actions are false and disturbing and yet through trauma, power, lust or whatever it is more comfortable than owning ones real agenda and motive. I know because I can say I do know by my own habits and actions of which I am constantly reviewing and in contemplation and meditation.
The most heinous is the fact that had the Western forces had they have not gone into Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria and elsewhere, there would not be this refugee crisis(The UN at last has put Saudi Arabia on the black list for killing thousands of Woman, Men and children in Yemen) whilst the UK and others sell arms to these countries and say 'it is not our responsibility with what they do with these weapons'.
I do not know the answer to all these problems but I do know it is to do with education. History is being rewritten in many countries and young people are given a erroneous history with the old ploy of blaming others and not as it happened. So education is now in the hands of certain governments and not with educated humanitarian benign folk and so education has become a political tool as is the media. Brainwashed and conditioned.
In Lofoten, Norway, citizen scientist Rob Stammes of the Polarlightcenter experienced first contact in a different way. Electricity began to flow through the ground and Stammes' magnetic sensors went haywire:
"Last evening the expected solar wind arrived as a kind of shockwave on my instruments just before local midnight." says Stammes. In his plot, the green curve shows ground currents induced by the sudden storminess of the local magnetic field. "From that moment of high activity, I waited with eagerness for darkness to fall so I could see the auroras."
Article and Picture Courtesy of WDDTY