“You know my methods. Apply them.”
Sherlock Holmes, from “The Sign of the Four”, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1890
It’s December, 2017, and Nature is booming and burgeoning to a level not seen in my lifetime.
Since that statement directly refutes our State Religion, which holds that “Poor Mother Gaia is Dying, Crushed by the Virus-Like Burden of Mankind”, I’ve appended numerous current news accounts below to support it.
In just the past few years, the energy balance on the globe has shifted resoundingly back to the positive, coincident with the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices in the larger environment.
In 2017, cotton production in South Carolina nearly doubled, to its highest level in history.
In 2017, the tribal spring chinook salmon harvest in Washington state nearly doubled, in less than three years, to its highest level in history.
You’ll see in my analyses of the articles below how a formulaic, repetitive set of language and techniques is used to try to hold back the awareness and impact of the statements showing the epochal, unstoppable positive transformation that’s underway worldwide.
The folks who are for this last, brief moment still in charge of things on this globe built their malefic, planet-spanning network of Death-energy machinery over literally thousands of years.
First it was a Ba’al pillar here, and then a stone church steeple there, until, in the late 1990’s, it was on like Donkey Kong, and a bristling forest of “essential communcations infrastructure” was thrown up suddenly around the globe.
In an early forum post, Don Bradley described the long-range effect of Orgonite; I think it contained something like “oil dispersing in water.” My own filter discerned that “a little goes a long way”, and I gathered that all of the devices had a cumulative, compounding effect on the environment, in addition to their more-obvious individual effects.
So it’s taken less than 20 years and relative pocket change for us to go from the creation of Orgonite to the decisive transformation to the positive of the aforementioned Death energy network, which took thousands of years and titanic wealth and capital to build. It truly is a great time to be alive.
If you’ve gotten as far as reading these posts but haven’t already done so, please consider distributing simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices where you live and work today, or sponsor a gifter near you, perhaps even through a vehicle such as this forum.
Perhaps targeted, specific gifting, a la Cern, or Dulce, or your local prison, hospital or DMV? Or give them as gifts to family and friends, and let them do their work within roles as paperweights and objects d’art.
December 6, 2017 – 2017 Harvest Outlook Shows Record Production | Iowa State …
AMES, Iowa – Corn and soybean yields in 2017 were higher than expected, resulting in the largest grain surpluses in recent years. According to United States Department of Agriculture crop production estimates released on Nov. 9, national corn yields exceeded 2016 production.
(The article carefully hedges by providing no specific statistics of any kind on the records, but rather only the tersest “record production” and “higher than expected”, which are both general – a hallmark of Propaganda. There’s also no mention as to what drove that record harvest. –ed)
December 8, 2017 – South Carolina – SC farmers report record harvest for some fall crops
After two years of poor yields due to weather events, 2017 was a record year for some South Carolina farmers.
(In the second sentence two separate negative hedges, italicized, bracket the positive news – ed)
“We are experiencing one of the best harvests that we’ve had in my lifetime, certainly in my time as commissioner, which is 12 years now, certainly a little longer than that,” said South Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers.
“I call it a well-deserved harvest because of what we’ve gone through,” he said. “But we’ll probably have record yields in corn, in peanuts, maybe in cotton, in soybeans, to finish up the year.”
With yield forecast at a record high 137 bushels per acre, corn for grain production is forecast at 44.5 million bushels. Cotton production is forecast at 480,000 bales, unchanged from last month and up 92 percent from 2016. Forecasted peanut production remains at 468 million pounds, up 38 percent from the previous year. With a record high yield of 37 bushels per acre, soybean production is forecasted at 14.4 million bushels, up 15 percent from 2016.
(Hey, they did the math! Cotton production up 92%, almost doubling, a quantum leap. Peanuts, 38%, Soybeans, up 15% above the old records. Can you see how they hedge by saying “up from 2016”, but take special care not to add “which were all also all-time records”? And what a charlatan the Illuminist talking head shill farmer quoted in the article is! He takes care to throw in the negative, “after what we’ve been through” hedge (wring hands), but where he really exposes himself is when he says “probably have records” and “maybe in cotton”, when cotton’s up 92% year over year. It’s baldfaced, isn’t it? – ed)
December 14, 2017 – Washington – New Record for Tribal Spring Chinook Harvest Set During 2017
In 2001 the Spring Chinook run was strong enough for the first tribal fishing season to be opened on the Hood River. Since then the Spring Chinook runs have been strong enough to open a tribal spring Chinook season in 14 of the last 17 years, and each of the last 11 years.
The 2017 run year was especially notable as we recorded the highest estimated tribal Chinook harvest at the Punchbowl Falls fishery on the West Fork Hood River in the history of the program, with nearly 700 spring Chinook harvested by Warm Springs tribal members.
(There’s an annual count chart in the article…the previous record was 409, set in 2014, which is within the time period documented by this “Positive Changes That Are Occurring” thread. 409 to 697 is a 70 percent increase, an order of magnitude, a quantum jump. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)
December 17, 2017 – Arkansas soybean harvest yield may set new record | Regional News …
The 2017 Arkansas soybean harvest will break state yield records if the USDA’s November forecast holds up, said Jeremy Ross, extension soybean agronomist for the University of Arkansas.
December 19, 2017 – Yakima, WA – U.S., Yakima, hop growers had record harvest in 2017
U.S. growers, including those in the Yakima Valley harvested a record number of hops, according figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture released Tuesday.
(they lead with the general “record number” – ed)
U.S. growers harvested a record 104 million pounds this year, an increase of 20 percent from the 2016 crop of 87.1 million pounds.
(And then follow with the specific percentage buried below it. – ed)
The value of this year’s crop, $618 million, was also a new record, breaking the one made just a year ago, when the crop value was $498 million.
(The headline uses the terse, general descriptor “record harvest”, vs. the specific “hop harvest up 20% to new record.” Using generalities over specifics is a hallmark of Propaganda. A 20% increase is an order of magnitude – when such records are usually broken by tiny margins. There’s also no mention of what drove that record harvest. – ed)Subscribe Share on Facebook