Thursday, August 20, 2009

Wind Turbine Syndrome


This past winter I posted a report on Wind Turbines and how they damaged Mother Earth and made people sick. What seemed radical, arguably blasphemous at that time is beginning to be accepted. Today I came across an upcoming book by a doctor from Malone, NY that documents, what she calls Wind Turbine Syndrome:

Below are a few other reports documenting people that live near wind turbines getting sick. But technological induced disease are not confined to wind turbines. If you are suffering from migraines, sleep disorders or similar ailments and have no major diseseases or are not under significant stress then chances are good that you are suffering from some technolocial disruption of Mother Earth.

Visiting one of the sacred sites at will make you feel better and possibly help begin the healing process if you stick with it. You should also make an effort to connect with Mother Earth and gain sentience of her.

There is another Dr. in Maine who has consistently found people that live near Wind farms suffer from migraines and sleep disorders:

Sick in Japan--
Sick in Missouri--

Sick in the UK--Here is an article in the UK Guardian and another Dr. Pierrepont talking about illness:

Let us hope that we can start to look objectively at wind turbines so that we can understand how they and other technologies damage Mother Earth.

Madis Senner

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Zoar Valley Review --Upcoming Events


Below you will find my review of Zoar Valleys Forty Road Access point. There are several events planned for in the next month:

September Zoar Valley: Survey, Walk, Connection—As the review below notes I am keen to improve and provide more of a spiritual connection at Zoar Valley. I have made tentative plans to go there one Saturday afternoon in September. We will be exploring, walking, meditating and building stone circles in the Martins point area that I am told is a very sacred and a not well traveled part of Zoar Valley. Who knows what we will, or will not find. Please contact me if you are interested in joining.

August 22 Gossamer Woods. Group Meditation Our efforts at Gossamer are beginning to bear fruit. A vortex of cosmic prana has formed in the Tall Oaks area. This is how Mother Earth responds to prayer/ceremony/meditation and is an excellent indication that we are having a positive affect. Wonderful As our participants on July 25th learned the feeling of a cosmic prana vortex can be quite palpable even if you are not sentient of Mother Earth. I will be leading another group meditation on Saturday August 22, from 10 to 12(1PM?) $15

August 29th. Tentative Gobind Sadan Exploration/Development On Memorial Day we walked much of the 365 acres to find numerous stacked fields of consciousness, some with as many as 12 fields stacked on each other—very rare only found at Onondaga Lake and a handful of places. And much, much more… But we need trails to get to all the many places. I am hoping to meet with Gurbachan when I get back from speaking at the dowsers convention August 9 about using the brush hog and tractor to clear a path. If he is willing Ralph Singh said that it would be good to do something around Baba Sri Chand’s birthday on August 27. Will get back to in the next week or two.

Other South Hill HI Tor Canandaigua Lake ????Just keep finding more and more there. But needs lots of work..more coming…..

Good News--Plymouth Congregation is giving serious consideration to building a labyrinth


Madis Senner

Forty Road Zoar Valley Gowanda, NY

One of the many places of Prayer in Upstate NY.

For those living in western NY the Forty Road entrance (eastern side in Cattaraugus) to Zoar Valley offers access to a serene location and a sweet piece of Mother Earth's soul. A favorite of hikers and nature lovers the beautiful Zoar valley is located 30 miles south of Buffalo in Gowanda, NY.

Experiencing Zoar from the 40 Road
From the parking lot follow the road towards the Cattaraugus Creek. You will be walking on the old Forty Road that once was a thoroughfare until the bridge crossing the creek was taken down. As with many well traversed roads the vibe, or geographic samskara, is negative meaning that being in that space will diminish your consciousness, so try and walk on the side of the road. As you get closer to the creek you will begin descending. Turn to your right anywhere between 100 to 300 feet before the creek. The bank is very steep, I repeat STEEP, and there is no path so be extra careful.

Walk towards the creek. As you get closer to the creek you will find a large patch of myrtle which extends along the creek for hundreds of yards. I have created a large stone circle on a stacked (3) field of consciousness. Stacked fields of consciousness are fields that are placed upon each other (stacked) and are more powerful than single fields. See the pictures.

Spend some time meditating in the circle, it will help energize you and raise your consciousness. Fields of consciousness emanate God’s highest aspirations for humanity and when you mediate on them your soul will be the better for it. Your prayers will also help Mother Earth and humanity because the spirit lines (what some call ley lines) emanating from those fields will carry that consciousness around the world.

The vibe in the area is good so you may want to walk along the creek by following the herd path. Those more adventurous may wish to take a creek walk in the water. If you do decide to take a walk in the water bring along a pair of Tevas or something similar to wear in the water. Be aware that in the spring, or after storms, the water can run fast and furious and is dangerous. I suggest bringing along a pair of water shoes regardless if you plan on walking in the creek or not.

Longer Term Dream
I usually pass on recommending people visit a place with only a stacked(3) field of consciousness. However, I am hoping that this one site by Forty Road is the beginning of something more; that perhaps I can someday join with others and create a trail walk that has numerous sites on it. Or perhaps a sacred walk or stone circles on Martins point above in the old growth forest. My preliminary work shows that there are many more fields besides this on and the ones on Valentine Flats. So the Martin's point area and below would be a good place to nuture and build upon.

Many people have worked hard to rescue this special place and make it part of the public domain for all to use. So a lot of love has been and will continue to be applied to it. It is also has a rich history of being a sacred place for many Native American Cultures. Julie Broyles of the Zoar Valley Nature Society says that the remnants of several earthen mounds are found in the greater Zoar Valley.

Getting there
Map of Zoar Valley
Topo map
NY DEC website and directions
This is the eastern entrance of Forty Road, also known as the access point to Martin’s point. It is just west of the intersection of Wickham and Forty roads in Cattaragus county.From Gowanda take Zoar Road east. Take a right onto North Road (Rte 11) going south. Take a left onto Wickham Road and then a right onto Forty road. Follow until signs say stop.From Otto take North Road (Rte 11) going north. Take a left (west) onto Forty Road. Follow until signs say stop.
Make sure to visit Valentine Flats when visiting the Zoar Valley.

Making Zoar Glow
In August of 2008 Mother Earth Prayers planted a seed in Zoar Valley when I wrote up Valentines Flats. No doubt this was in response to the love and hard work others have already put in. This write up of the precious piece of Mother Earth's soul near the Forty Road along the Cattaragus Creek shows that the seed is taking hold. Help make that seed grow stronger by visiting and praying/meditating/doing ceremony in the Zoar Valley. You can also join Mother Earth Prayers or a conservancy group in helping maintain or adding to the spiritual glow in the Zoar Valley.

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