Monday, September 16, 2019

Sacred Sites Update--High Tor's Keeper's Area

I visited the Keepers Area of High Tor (Page 310-318 of Sacred Sites in North Star Country).  Here are a few observations:

Brush Was High. I entered from the parking area with the roundabout off of South Hill Road. 


The fields had not been mowed in some time and the weeds were very high. This made movement difficult at times, especially when I was returning and walking uphill. You never know what you get with the fields. I imagine that they provide great cover for wildlife. I found numerous bedding spots for deer.








I could not find the old gates along the road that served as a Welcome Area. They may have been removed, more likely are located above the point I entered. I had not entered the Keepers through the fields in several years.

Sadly, one of the first things I found was that a large tree had fallen on the large stone mound covering several Earth Chakras (7 if I remember correctly).



In the picture below my backpack is situated in one of the depressed areas where I believe pilgrims sat. 



The vibe was great in this area.

That was not the case in farther down as I noted in Sacred Sites. Not much change.

That is the area of the 3 standing stones marking the intersection of three ley lines, or spirit lines, as I postedTriangle of Stones & Mounds at South Hill (Hi Tor DEC Forest) in the Keepers Area


I hope to go back and explore some more soon.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

5G Dangers

Friends,

Conservative commentator Sharyl Attkinson of Full Measure had an informative segment on 5G earlier today. Below is a link.

As was noted in a 5g conference I listened to a few weeks ago—THE FCC THAT OVERSEES TELECOMMUNICATIONS IS THE MOST CONTROLLED REGULATORY AGENCY BY ITHE INDUSTRY IT IS SUPPOSE TO OVERSEE. 

Sadly the grip of corporations control over us is growing.

Technology Kills.

Blessings,
madis

PS There has been almost no discussion of the detrimental consequences of EMF's and 5G on Mother Earth and all of creation. It is called Electropollution and it is a serious environmental hazard.






Thursday, September 12, 2019

Karma Teacher, Karma Quotes

I have set up a webpage www.karmateacher.org that educates about karma. It contains quotes from my book Everything Has Karma: Learning to Embrace Our Interconnectedness. Here are a few quotes:

"Anything you consume is going to retain a memory of its treatment and where it's been. Drink processed water or eat processed food and it will similarly ravage you. As we are taught "Do unto others as we wish others to do unto us," whatever has been done to what we consume will be done to us."
Page 206, Everything Has Karma, by Madis Senner



"Karma is a teacher. It is our partner through many lifetimes, helping us with our spiritual transformation, to become more loving, compassionate, and altruistic. Many outside of the Eastern Traditions dismiss karma as being impersonal and a cold indifferent enforcer of retribution. Karma is anything but. It is intimate and personal and involved with the most sacred of duties--the transformation of our evolving soul." 
Page 252, Everything Has Karma, by Madis Senner




Friday, September 6, 2019

Clarks Gully Post

I have made a new post to my Clarks Gully Blog:

September 5, 2019 Part 1- 4-Tiered Mound

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Everything Has Karma--Midwest Book review


My latest book Everything Has Karma: Learning to Embrace Our Interconnectedness was reviewed in the Midwest Book Review's September issue of the MBR Bookwatch. Here it is:

Everything Has Karma
Madis Senner
Mother Earth Press
www.motherearthpress.net
9780990874423, $16.95

Everything Has Karma: Learning to Embrace Our Interconnectedness is not a traditional book about karma's history or meaning, but focuses on the bigger picture of how karma connects people, ecosystems, and life.

This approach allows readers to understand karma's active process in daily living in new way. From Madis Senner's perspective, karma is not limited to individual pursuits. It's within every living thing. The circle of webs and entwined lives extends beyond human experience and moves into every ecosystem and interaction. Everything Has Karma is devoted to exploring this expanded view of karma.

It should be noted that Everything Has Karma is not an easy, quick read. Like karma, it embraces various disciplines from science and philosophy to psychology, offering a revised view of history, theory, and events. Discussions range from concepts of karmic debt to the larger context of groups and nations, drawing connections between both individual lives and interrelated social and eco-systems.

Madis Senner points out that "We have lost our connection to Mother Earth." He surveys the fundamental concepts of higher consciousness and how these apply to reconnecting systems, people, and theories.

The only prerequisite for the successful enjoyment of Everything Has Karma is a willingness to accept ideas of reincarnation, higher purpose, and purposeful connections between physical, mental, and spiritual life forces.

Everything Has Karma is powerfully effective: a well-researched, nicely referenced discussion of the bigger picture of karma. It is recommended for new age and spiritual readers, whether they have a basic understanding of karma or are newcomers to the entire concept. 

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Sacred Sites Update--HIgh Tor's Finger Lakes Trail

This past Saturday I walked the Finger Lakes Trail (FLT) in NYS DEC's HIgh Tor Wildlife Management Area, pages 318- 321, of Sacred Sites in North Star Country.

Sadly, the first (page 320) Field of Consciousness(FOC)  that you encounter on the trail has lost a lot of its vibrancy, or vibe. It is a dramatic loss, but it is still positive.

The other FOC farther down the trail on a peninsula of sorts still hums and has a very positive vibe. Below is a picture of the manitou in the FOC and in my book. This is great place to meditate at.


Monday, September 2, 2019

Bizarre, Unexpected and Devastating Consequences of Climate Change

When we think of Climate Change we think of warmer weather, rising seas, increasing wildfires... Unfortunately recently I have been reading about new unexpected diseases that can have devastating consequences. Here are a  few:

A mysterious kidney disease may be the first pandemic caused by climate change

A mysterious disease is killing tens of thousands of farmworkers globally — and the worst may be yet to come...
In a recent article published in the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Cecilia Sorensen, an emergency medicine physician who also teaches at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, called this unexplained kind of kidney failure a "sentinel disease" in the era of climate change.

The disease, described as chronic kidney disease (CKDu), "grows with environmental exposures (to heat and humidity) that are directly influenced by climate change," she said.

It has made kidney failure the second-leading cause of death in Nicaragua and El Salvador.




Climate change and infectious diseases – a partnership made in hell?

In their paper in mBio, Arturo Casadevall and colleagues, explain how warmer global conditions have reduced the temperature gradient between the environment and our body temperatures, making the ‘jump’ from one to the other easier for fungi  – and this is mainly why the yeast Candida auris has emerged as a global human pathogen and is being touted as the first to emerge as a result of climate change (it is also highly anti-fungicide resistant making matters even more complicated).

What of other pathogens? Well, the spread of many bacterial and viral diseases is influenced by where their vectors (carriers, who do not themselves suffer from the infectious diseases) are to be found. Extreme weather events and warmer temperatures mean that water-borne and insect-borne pathogens have migrated further than where they were normally found. In the aftermath of hurricane Florence in North and South Carolina back in 2018 there were huge swarms of mosquitoes in the states – flooded streets became a haven for them. The mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus spread to wider geographic regions fueled by warmer temperatures, as Madeline Thomson, University of Columbia, explained in her interview with On Health.


A Mysterious Infection, Spanning the Globe in a Climate of Secrecy (NY Times)

The rise of Candida auris embodies a serious and growing public health threat: drug-resistant germs.


Flesh-Eating Bacteria Is Infecting More People And Spreading To New Areas. Scientists Blame Climate Change.


Pollutant Linked to Climate Change Accelerates Lung Disease