Sunday, May 26, 2019

Tubman on the $20 Bill Nixed

The petty and prejudiced Trump administration nixed the picture of Harriet Tubman for the $20 bill. Postponing it until 2028 citing security concerns. What bull. This is purely a political and petty action. Shame on you Donnie.

Harriet Tubman is an American hero. Known for her courageous work as a conductor on the Underground Railroad. She was also an ardent Women's Rights Activist and patron for Senior citizens building a Senior's home in Auburn, NY.

Harriet's home is located down the street from the William Seward home in Auburn, NY. Both contain Fields of Consciousness and are listed as sacred sites in my book Sacred Sites in North Star Country: Places in Greater New York State (PA,OH,NJ,CT,MA,VT,ONT) That Changed the World

The three objects mark the high points of a a Field of Consciousness in the front yard of Harriet Tubman's home.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

The Robins Eggs Finally Hatched

Robins have returned to nest above the floodlight of the patio in my backyard. I believe that this is the fourth year this has happened. You can see some of the pictures, I did not take pictures every year, by clicking ROBINS.

I will post an article with a link to the article I wrote for Life in Finger Lakes about this in few days.

This more I was happy to learn that the eggs did hatch. I was concerned because the mother Robin has been nesting for three years.

The question is whether the Robins are the same pair, part of an extended family of the first pair or were drawn by an imprint forged over years. We leave an impression of all that we think and do at a place. If we feed with the same pattern of behavior the influence of the imprint becomes stronger.

Some pictures from Sunday.

Friday, May 10, 2019

Letter on Violence

My friend and spiritual leader Ralph Singh who has been leading prayers and talking at our vigils at the Peacemaker's Sanctuary after mass shootings had a Letter to the Editor published today in the Syracuse Post Standard.

We must vaccinate our children against hate (Commentary)

Ralph Singh, of Elbridge, is chair of Wisdom Thinkers Network. The nonprofit creates training workshops for schools, religious educators and corporations to use stories in developing a more compassionate, inclusive and ethical culture. 
In this Oct. 3, 2017, file photo, Ralph Singh speaks at a sunset candlelight vigil held along Onondaga Lake's West Shore for victims of a mass shooting in Las Vegas. Singh writes in response to recent shootings at schools and houses of worship. (Michael Greenlar |

By Ralph Singh | Special to
Following 9/11, people came together in solidarity, not simply to stand together, but to pledge that hatred and fear could not tear this nation apart. No doubt the focus was that the fabric and resiliency of our great Union was stronger than any external terrorist threat – existential or real. But what we didn’t recognize and are still not willing to come to grips with, is the enemy from within. The hatred and fear that continues to gain momentum, not just in our country but around the world. For once given air, once allowed to see the light of day, its power grows exponentially. Even more basic, is the need to control the anger and hatred that lies within each of us.
I spoke as part of the post-9/11 memorial in Clinton Square, and at another in Fulton, calling forth the light in each of us to overcome the darkness, and I was among the first group of spiritual leaders who prayed together on the wooden “bridge” that was extended next to Trinity Church overlooking the gaping hole that had been the World Trade Center. The air was heavy not simply with the dust which still clogged the streets and fogged the night air, but with the souls of the martyrs.
They were crying out: “Is it enough? Was our martyrdom enough to stop the hatred and war?”
The answer came “Yes!” But there was a condition: that we, the living, not forget – and stand against hatred. It seems we are not living up to our part.
But the attack also triggered a string of hate crimes, killings and arsons, which continue to today. Sikhs with our distinguishing turbans and beards were made the first visible target. Gobind Sadan, USA, our spiritual center in Palermo, N.Y., was the first victim of an arson attack on a house of worship in the country following 9/11. Four teens got drunk and torched the place, but instead of hatred, we responded with a powerful prayer of forgiveness from H.H. Baba Virsa Singh ji and embraced the teens as part of our family. They wrote to us from prison, “If only we’d known your story, we never would have done this.” To this day, some say that our response transformed their lives. And it brought the broader community together in love to transcend the darkness. Strangers were calling, “This is not the America I fought for.” We are with you.
It is out of that attack that the seeds of Wisdom Thinkers were sown.

Hate and its derivative, fear, have always smoldered beneath the surface. It erupts from time to time whenever and wherever it gets air. So while spiritually we can forgive and embrace others, we cannot allow hatred in whatever form to be given free reign. We have created the climate for hatred to breed and it has become rampant.
The hatred and intolerance contained in what is termed the white supremacy movement is undeniable. It cannot be ignored. And it is incumbent on our leaders from the top down – not only to condemn it, but to take the necessary steps to curtail it. All people should be welcome, as long as they leave their hatred at the door.
While the measles outbreak has garnered well-deserved attention as a major threat to public health, how do we vaccinate our children and others against hate? It is my firm conviction, that sharing each other’s stories and gathering to love our neighbors, no matter where they are from or what they look like, provides some simple first steps.
Wisdom Thinkers and wisdom thinkers of all ages have always called on humanity to rise above our baser instincts and forge a path to peace. Let us all follow that story.

Monday, May 6, 2019

IPBES--One Million Species Face Extinction

Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

Nature’s Dangerous Decline ‘Unprecedented’
Species Extinction Rates ‘Accelerating’

Current global response insufficient;
‘Transformative changes’ needed to restore and protect nature;
Opposition from vested interests can be overcome for public good

Most comprehensive assessment of its kind;
1,000,000 species threatened with extinction

The Report notes that, since 1980, greenhouse gas emissions have doubled, raising average global temperatures by at least 0.7 degrees Celsius – with climate change already impacting nature from the level of ecosystems to that of genetics – impacts expected to increase over the coming decades, in some cases surpassing the impact of land and sea use change and other drivers.

Despite progress to conserve nature and implement policies, the Report also finds that global goals for conserving and sustainably using nature and achieving sustainability cannot be met by current trajectories, and goals for 2030 and beyond may only be achieved through transformative changes across economic, social, political and technological factors. With good progress on components of only four of the 20 Aichi Biodiversity Targets, it is likely that most will be missed by the 2020 deadline. Current negative trends in biodiversity and ecosystems will undermine progress towards 80% (35 out of 44) of the assessed targets of the Sustainable Development Goals, related to poverty, hunger, health, water, cities, climate, oceans and land (SDGs 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 13, 14 and 15). Loss of biodiversity is therefore shown to be not only an environmental issue, but also a developmental, economic, security, social and moral issue as well.

“To better understand and, more importantly, to address the main causes of damage to biodiversity and nature’s contributions to people, we need to understand the history and global interconnection of complex demographic and economic indirect drivers of change, as well as the social values that underpin them,” said Prof. Brondízio. “Key indirect drivers include increased population and per capita consumption; technological innovation, which in some cases has lowered and in other cases increased the damage to nature; and, critically, issues of governance and accountability. A pattern that emerges is one of global interconnectivity and ‘telecoupling’ – with resource extraction and production often occurring in one part of the world to satisfy the needs of distant consumers in other regions.”

Three-quarters of the land-based environment and about 66% of the marine environment have been significantly altered by human actions. On average these trends have been less severe or avoided in areas held or managed by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities.
More than a third of the world’s land surface and nearly 75% of freshwater resources are now devoted to crop or livestock production.
The value of agricultural crop production has increased by about 300% since 1970, raw timber harvest has risen by 45% and approximately 60 billion tons of renewable and nonrenewable resources are now extracted globally every year – having nearly doubled since 1980.
Land degradation has reduced the productivity of 23% of the global land surface, up to US$577 billion in annual global crops are at risk from pollinator loss and 100-300 million people are at increased risk of floods and hurricanes because of loss of coastal habitats and protection.
In 2015, 33% of marine fish stocks were being harvested at unsustainable levels; 60% were maximally sustainably fished, with just 7% harvested at levels lower than what can be sustainably fished.
Urban areas have more than doubled since 1992.
Plastic pollution has increased tenfold since 1980, 300-400 million tons of heavy metals, solvents, toxic sludge and other wastes from industrial facilities are dumped annually into the world’s waters, and fertilizers entering coastal ecosystems have produced more than 400 ocean ‘dead zones’, totalling more than 245,000 km2 (591-595) - a combined area greater than that of the United Kingdom.
Negative trends in nature will continue to 2050 and beyond in all of the policy scenarios explored in the Report, except those that include transformative change – due to the projected impacts of increasing land-use change, exploitation of organisms and climate change, although with significant differences between regions.

Monday, April 22, 2019

Go Out Today and Hug Your Mother and say THANKS

Today is Earth Day. Take a hike. Do some gardening. Find a way to connect with our Mother. Most of all give  THANKS to Her.

Below is an article from Seattle based Grist on how Earth Day has been co-opted by corporations and other special interests. Two years ago I wrote about how science and technology, two of the biggest perpetrators of damage to our Mother, were co-opting Earth Day March for Science--Co-opts Earth Day Love for our Mother should not be platform to sell.

Fortunately as the article notes kids are beginning to take over..



Love it or hate it, Earth Day’s just not what it used to be. What happened?

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Tap Water Better Than Bottled Water--Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports just reported that several brands of bottled water contained high levels of arsenic and other harmful chemicals and recommended drinking tap water. It also found federal water purity standards deficient and recommended increasing standards.

Arsenic in Some Bottled Water Brands at Unsafe Levels, Consumer Reports Says

Drink Living Water

Monday, April 15, 2019

Technology Kills---Rising Cell Phone/Social Media Use Creates a Loss of Empathy and a Rise in Loneliness and Anger

I found this sponsored link on Bloomberg this AM Decline in Human Empathy Creates Global Risks in the 'Age of Anger' on the damage to humanity from the use of cell phones and other new technologies. Basically they are  making us less empathetic and more  lonely and angry. It is a summary of the 'World Economic Forum: Global Risks Report 2019. It does appear to refer to some new research that I will try and access.

As I have been saying for over a decade TECHNOLOGY KILLS. Click on the Labels Section below to read some of my posts on this. Cell phones, social media and other technologies are hollowing out our souls. My upcoming book due out in September Everything Has Karma, Learning to Embrace Our Interconnectedness goes into much more detail on this.

Below are a few quotes from the article.

 Decline in Human Empathy Creates Global Risks in the 'Age of Anger'

Our interconnected world has never had more lonely, angry people. Is technology responsible for a decline in human empathy?

As today’s economy grows more interconnected, a new global phenomenon has emerged: the growing number of people who feel disconnected and isolated.

Technology is a complex factor in rising levels of anger and loneliness. The Global Risk Report notes that in a recent study, technology was cited as a major cause of loneliness and social isolation by 58 percent of survey respondents in the United States and 50 percent in the United Kingdom. But the same survey found that social media makes it easier for people to “connect with others in a meaningful way” and that lonely people were no more likely to use social media.  

ervasive digital technology has also blurred the boundary between the workplace and home. Work-related emails often start before office hours and continue long after close of business. A 2016 study by Pew Research Center found that nearly one-third of American adults never turn off their smartphones.
Even as professional pressures increasingly encroach upon private life, people often don’t have traditional support networks at home. The percentage of single-person households in the U.K. has almost doubled over the last 50 years, with similar increases in the U.S., Germany and Japan. In urban capitals, the number of “solitaries” is even higher: 50 percent in Paris, 60 percent in Stockholm. In Midtown Manhattan, 94 percent of households are single-person.
Urbanization weakens social bonds not just in cities, but also in the communities and households that migrant workers leave behind, and growing social isolation is a trend in established and emerging economies alike. The proportion of people feeling lonely in the U.K. climbed to 22 percent in 2017 from an average of 17 percent in 2014-2016, with a sharp drop in the number of people who reported never feeling lonely, according to a survey published by the Cabinet Office.
These results mirror those of a study in American Sociological Review that looked at the number of close friends that people have. In 1985, the average number of close friends was 2.9; by 2004 it was 2.1. The percentage of people who responded that they had no close friends at all tripled over the same period.
“Emotionally, people are quite lonely. We’re seeing in many societies a kind of breakdown of family, or connection with family,” Scott says. “I think it’s also a demographic thing; younger people are more tuned into using technology and social media, and to live in a world talking to machines through chatbots. That can create all sorts of emotions of fear and frustration, and in some cases that frustration can get expressed as anger.”
Individual psychological and emotional problems can become collective concerns when loneliness and frustration meet populist and identity politics—an emerging reality in what is becoming known as the “age of anger.” According to the Global Risks Report, these trends may pose a significant threat to geopolitical stability.
“Individual harms matter in themselves, but they can also feed into wider systemic risks—for example, potential political, societal, technological and environmental disruptions,” Scott says. “A world of increasingly divided and angry people would be likely to generate volatile electoral results and decrease the chance of solving complex multi-stakeholder global risks. If empathy were to continue to decline, the risks might be even starker.”
The decline in empathy is not just anecdotal. One study of American students published in Personality and Social Psychology Review revealed that levels of empathy in this demographic fell by 48 percent between 1979 and 2009. Possible causes of the growing empathy gap include increasing materialism, changing parenting methods and the digital echo chamber, in which people anchor themselves in close-knit groups of like-minded people. Such echo-chamber effects aren’t always as obvious as those seen on social media. For example, researchers have found that the matching processes used on dating platforms can also weaken social bonds.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Wind Turbines Are Bad for Mother Earth and for ALL of Creation

Donald Trump garnered attention last week when he claimed that Wind Turbines cause cancer. INDEED He was quickly rebuked on several fronts. It shows how strong the Wind Turbine Coalition has become.

The fact is that Wind Turbines seriously interrupt the flow of Energy in the Unseen World and are detrimental to our Mother and to all of creation. By interrupting the flow of energy Wind Turbines are are contributing to the weakening of the geomagnetic field and ultimately to a pole shift.

Ever since Dr. Nina Pierpont wrote  Wind Turbine Syndrome: A Report on a Natural Experimen she has been viciously maligned and attacked by  Windmill Turbine proponents and its industry hacks. When patients in  her Malone, NY practices living near recently constructed windmills began showing up with a variety of health concerns she took notice. Eventually she determined the newly installed windmills were behind her patients ailments and she coined the term Wind Turbine Syndrome and wrote a book.

Are you an Energy Healer? Sensitive to Earth Energies?

Visit a Wind Turbine near you and find out for yourself the pain they inflect upon you. As environmentally concerned I used to be for windmills until I stopped my car to take pictures of some wind turbines in the Tug Hill region of NY near Barnes Corners. It felt like my head was in a vice and was about to get crushed.

Here are two resources to learn more; a video and an article that I wrote.

I wrote the following. This one ran in Wisdom Magazine over a decade ago.

Summary: Wind turbines disturb the proper functioning of Mother Earth’s subtle body by blocking the flow of prana/chi/qi; the life force that sustains humanity and the plant and animal kingdoms.

By disrupting the flow of prana wind turbines are also damaging Mother Earth’s subtle body and diminishing her ability to regulate and maintain the environment. By damaging Mother Earth we may be exacerbating the affects of pollution because she is less able to deal with humanity’s onslaught on the environment. In other words, Mother Earth may be challenged by our pollution and disregard of her, but when we undertake measures that compromise her proper functioning, we seriously diminish her ability to process all that we throw at her. 

Before rushing into employing alternative forms of energy such as wind turbines we need to consider the problems that they create. Previously, problems created by large wind turbines focused on their visual impact and the killing of birds. Here we examine the damage done by wind mills in disrupting the flow of prana across the surface of Mother Earth. 

Analysis: Like just about every body else I had been very enthusiastic about the prospects of wind turbines and other forms of alternative energy to save the environment. That was until one weekend in October 2008 when I stopped my car in upstate NY, about 40 miles north of Syracuse in the Tug hill area to take a photograph of some windmills. The second I stepped out of my car I got a severe headache that felt as if my head was being squeezed in a vise. I took out my dowsing rods to determine what was creating the severe pain in my head. Within a few minutes I realized that the flow of prana was being disrupted by the large blades of the many wind turbines around me.

The Flow of Prana, Mind Body

Prana (Hindu Vedanta and Tantra term), what feng shui practitioners call chi or qi, is the life force that sustains humanity and the rest of the world. We cannot live without it. Prana is meant to flow across the surface of the earth giving life to and interacting with all that it comes in contact with. As within our own subtle body the flow of prana is regulated by a series of earth chakras, ducts and energy lines. There are several forms of prana in the ether around us. The one that I will be referring to is what I call Earth (also Material) Prana, because it is the prana that is recycled through the earth. Because it is circulated through the earth it is coarser and of a lower nature. See “The Circulation of Prana; How Mother Earth’s Subtle Body Works” for a detailed explanation on the flow of prana.

Earth prana is released from ducts on the surface of the earth and is drawn to an earth chakra a few hundred meters away. Like a human chakra the vortex of the earth chakra draws the prana in and recycles it through the earth before it is sent back into the air. Prana moves in a fairly straight line in the ether around us. Material objects and other factors can alter or even disrupt its flow.

Within our own subtle body the smooth flow of prana, or chi/qi, is critical to our health and well being. The eastern concept of mind-body is predicated on the belief that our mind influences our body and that our mind can create illness. Accordingly, illness manifests in the physical body when the flow of prana, chi/qi, is blocked at a particular location in our subtle body. When prana is blocked that part of the body where the blockage is located, or further along its circulatory path, does not get enough of the life force and eventually this deprivation leads to disease from a lack of nourishment. 
Note how Phoebe and Lawrence Bendit in The Etheric body of Man (Quest Books 1989) describe how blocked prana leads to disease:
“There is a slight break in the rhythm of the vital currents over the site of the injury… This is often visible long before there is any evidence of organic trouble. It begins as a batch of disorganization of the currents in the particular part of the field over the organ affected. The rhythmic flow becomes broken and irregular, and small vortices form in which, as in a river whirlpool, waste matter accumulates instead of being thrown out…The movement slows down until real stagnation occurs. Then, at a certain point, the whole process becomes, as it were, precipitated into the level of the physical tissues and local organic disease is established.” Page 26-27
In other words the blockage of prana in the human subtle body leads to disease and it may take a long time before the area where the prana is being blocked manifests as disease.

Acupuncturists and pranic healers work to release blockages in the flow of the life force to eradicate illness and heal us. Once cleared of blockages prana begins properly circulating and can hopefully restore vigor to the diseased area by revitalizing it with the life force.

Visited sites and findings
To ascertain whether wind turbines were in fact disturbing the flow of the life force, several sites were visited in upstate NY. Each site visited showed that the blades of the wind turbine blocked the flow of earth prana beginning anywhere between 300 to 400 feet away from the tower supporting the blades. Because the wind turbines were on private property it was not possible to walk very close to the blades. Several sites were visited when the blades were not moving and there appeared to be no serious blockages of prana at that time. However, it did appear that there was a residual impact remaining, whether that was there before or not is difficult to determine. 

The following places were surveyed in New York State.

Maple Ridge, Barnes Corners, NY. This is the largest wind farm east of the Mississippi. We found serious disruption in the flow of prana, pockets of stagnation and numerous mini-tornadoes. This is the place where I first noticed that there was something wrong with wind farms.

Fenner, 5206 Buyea Road—Found pockets of stagnation and numerous negative vortices.

Fenner, 5306 Buyea Road—In addition to disruptions and negative energy vortexes at a distance of several hundred feet from the wind turbine, I could even feel the blades brush against my subtle body. I felt severe pressure on my head.

Madison, Munnsville, Cole Road- Numerous negative energy vortices, some quite large

Madison, Madison Wind farm--
Disruptions in the flow of prana, pockets of stagnation and negative energy vortices.

Madison/Bouckville, Crow Hill Road—Found blockages of prana, pockets of stagnation and negative energy vortexes.

Problems Created by Disrupted Prana Flow
Disrupting, blocking and stagnating the flow of prana/chi/qi create problems for both humanity and Mother Earth. How much is difficult to ascertain because we know so little about the spiritual side of Mother Earth and her subtle body and our dynamic relationship with her. We also have limited knowledge of our own subtle body and have only recently begun to accept the mind body concept and the healing techniques of the eastern traditions such as acupuncture.

Disrupting the flow of prana reduces the amount of prana available for the human subtle body to absorb prana. Examination of healers, such as reiki practitioners shows that the location and environment where they practice matters and when they do healings where prana is blocked, their efforts are impaired. Earth prana, is drawn from the immediate area towards the person doing the healing. The healing creates a small pocket, or circle of several feet in diameter around the healer as the earth prana in the immediate is drawn towards the healer. I call this a hug from Mother Earth as she is responding to the healers by sending them a healing hug of increased prana.

Healings done where earth prana is stagnating, or has its flow blocked draws little if any earth prana towards the healing area. So must assume our prana intake is reduced in an area where wind turbines are blocking the flow of prana. It should be noted that other pranas not blocked will be drawn to the healing area.

Hurting Mother Earth
Blocking the flow of prana prevents the proper functioning of Mother Earth’s subtle body. As with our own subtle body such blockages mean that part of Mother Earth’s subtle body and the plant kingdom is being deprived of all the nourishment it needs from the life force to properly sustain itself. 

The larger concern is that by damaging Mother Earth’s subtle body we may be reducing her ability to properly function. This limits her ability to maintain the environment, potentially having detrimental consequences. For example, medical doctors are all too familiar with how a patient that is comprised from a serous illness is very vulnerable and can succumb to a host of diseases such as pneumonia, the flu or the common cold, that for the healthy person would mean bed rest but not death. In other words, it may well be that while pollution taxes Mother Earth, she has the ability to process a lot; but if her subtle body is compromised her ability to deal with manmade pollution is significantly reduced. 

The anti global warming crowd is quick to point out that there are a lot of natural contributors of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere such as decaying forests and forest fires. For a long time Mother Earth was able to process all of the carbon emitted from this and other natural processes, so why global warming now? Environmentalist will argue that global warming is the result of increased carbon production from technology and globalization and a reduction in size of some of the world’s largest forests. 

Could it be that we have global warming because we have damaged Mother Earth’s subtle body through a host of ways including wind turbines? That just as with our own subtle body, we have created blockages in Mother Earth’s subtle body that are now beginning to manifest in the disease of global warming. No doubt we have damaged Mother Earth’s subtle body and diminished her ability to properly function. How much of a role this is playing in global warming is difficult to determine at this time. What is not in doubt is that wind turbines compromise Mother Earth’s subtle body. 

There are a myriad of other problems created when we disturb Mother Earth’s subtle body. When the flow of earth prana is blocked by things such as wind turbines every thing downstream from it is deprived of nourishment. 

After earth prana circulates in the air it is meant to travel through the physical earth before it goes back up into the atmosphere and is recycled. While in the physical earth, it helps maintain the land close to the surface (there is another whole complex architecture that maintains the larger physical planet) and gives nourishment to the plant kingdom.

The question is what is the impact for the plant kingdom if plants and trees are deprived of earth prana? Are they less able to deal with the elements, made more vulnerable to disease and are they made less able to process carbon? Most certainly they are, but we cannot at this time unequivocally demonstrate this.

Hearsay and legend does say that trees are impacted when they are deprived of earth prana, or at least that is what I assume happened at South Hill. South Hill ( lies at the southern tip of Canandaigua Lake in New York State (30 miles southeast of Rochester) and is where the Seneca people believe they emerged. Renowned archaeologist and NY state historian William Ritchie believed that before the Seneca’s arrived it was the home to the Hopewell and Adena. He attributes the formation of several large stone mounds (now crumbling) on top of the mountain to them. 

My analysis has found that those stone mounds were placed upon earth chakras, not only that but every earth chakra on the mountain is similarly covered with stones. This action has the affect of disrupting and blocking the flow of earth prana because it is unable to be properly absorbed into an earth chakra and feed the roots of the trees. This has had the affect of energizing the air like some giant Tesla experiment. A sentient person can sense the blockages and it was most likely done to increase the energy in the air and enhance one’s spiritual experience. While the blockages have not progressed to the point that they are creating mini-tornadoes like windmills do, they are depriving the land of prana. This has had an impact on the trees. According to archeologist and NEARA member David Robinson ( "Saint George, the Serpent and the Seneca Indians", The Crooked Lake Review, February 1994 notes that legend has it that “trees grow very, very slowly on South Hill.”

Another concern regarding wind turbines blocking the flow of earth prana is that it might contribute to increased violent weather. A negative energy vortex wreaks havoc on the human subtle body and may also play a role in influencing the weather. These whirlpools are very similar to and mimic the movement and behavior of tornadoes, twisters, and hurricanes.

All of the sites visited had mini-tornadoes in their immediate area. One cannot attribute this to the wind turbines with 100% conviction, but without a doubt they at least contributed to their creation. As a negative energy vortex grows in size over time, one must wonder what the affects of such large vortices may have on the surrounding environment and our weather after several decades of wind turbine use. We must remember that the industrial revolution and its ensuing pollution seemed rather innocuous initially, but over time became devastating to people’s health and the environment. Will it be the same for windmills? Will wind farm areas become the equivalent of tornado alley or the host of other violent storms? As was noted earlier it takes a very long time before the blockage of prana in the human subtle body leads to disease.

Undoubtedly there are many more problems that wind turbines create. Unfortunately, we might not able to recognize them before it is too late. 

A Grain of Salt
Before totally dismissing the use of wind turbines we need to consider a few things. Wind turbines are not unique in blocking the flow of prana. A host of technologies, structures and other things block the flow of earth prana and other pranas and essences from Mother Earth and have been doing so for a very long time. So in a way wind turbines are nothing new when it comes to disrupting Mother Earth’s subtle body. Perhaps they are even less damaging to Mother Earth’s subtle body than other technologies?

There is also variety of pranas that we can draw upon. It appears that Mother Nature may be inventive and provided a host of back-up forms of prana to sustain us. So while we may be better off by having abundant earth prana sustain us, we might be able to get by without and rely on some other form of prana.

Wind turbines are clearly disturbing the flow of earth prana. The question is how serious a problem this is and whether it outweighs the benefits of clean technology. I don’t think that we have the answer to that question yet, it may well be that wind turbines create a much more serious threat to Mother Earth and humanity than pollution and global warming. We cannot properly answer the question because we are so ignorant and naïve in our knowledge of how Mother Earth’s subtle body works and our dynamic relationship with her.

The rush to wind farms by the Obama administration and environmentalist around the world needs to come to a halt. We are rushing into something without understanding the implications of what we are doing. Scientific research continues to point to a coming tipping point when we cannot stop the assault; some say we have already passed that point and the melting of the polar icecaps, much higher temperatures and other disturbance are inevitable. This sort of thinking puts further pressure on us to act, arguably creating a panic of sorts in certain circles. 

The bigger risk is that by rushing into alternative forms of energy we may be further damaging Mother Earth’s subtle body. It is damage that may accelerate global warming by further compromising Mother Earth’s subtle body to properly function. We may also be doing irrevocable damage to her, or damage that will take a long time to heal.

Mother Earth may well have more resilience and ability to respond to our current environmental crisis than we understand. There may be things that we can do to help her heal and better process the filth that we have cast upon her, but to do this we need to have more knowledge of her. 

As a person of faith I am convinced that once we understand how Mother Earth works and put our hearts into a proper solution anything is possible. As it stands right now we are being sold a panacea that is a mirage. Alternative forms of energy may well help end global warming but its medicine is most likely worse than the disease. We need to connect with and learn about Mother Earth. Then we will know what needs to be done. Let’s step back and think before we plunge forward.