Did you know that the olive harvest in Tunisia more than doubled from 2016 to 2017?

“We have it in our power to begin the world over again.”

Thomas Paine

 

 

 

 

 

It’s February, 2018, 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 multiple recent news accounts below to support it.

One of them is headlined “Record profits for Scottish salmon firm”

Repeating the consistent formula used in the global news blackout on this subject, the article leads with discussion of record “value”, then goes on to omit any information about volume, at all.

“Marine Harvest Scotland has announced record profits as exports of Scottish farmed salmon continue to grow, despite a challenging year for fish health.”

She how they underscored value, again?

If it was “a challenging year for fish health“, as alleged, how is it possible the article would go on to immediately say that “A key factor in the excellent financial outcome has been the quality and size of the salmon grown by the company. More than 96 percent of the salmon produced has been rated as superior quality, which attracts higher prices”?

It’s not possible. They’re lying baldfacely, and I’ve caught them out at it.

Calling the most astounding year in the fish-health history of the globe ”a challenging year for fish health” is so luridly and obviously Satanic.

Black is White, Ignorance is Strength.

It’s an inversion just like the one I pointed out in the comments section of this blog the other day. I believe I recall it correctly as “please forgive me if I am lying.” (to attempt to preserve current programming levels, insert a wide-eyed emoticon, here)

They are lurid, and they are obvious.

And I can easily prove that “suddenly improved fish husbandry techniques” is not what is driving the phenomenon, as alleged, because, in addition to seeing huge farmed fish, we’re also seeing huge wild fish:

“Man harvests longest sturgeon in recent Wisconsin history”

And huge wild shrimp:

About 90 percent of the shrimp are L1 and L2 sizes”

Everything on land is growing, and burgeoning, as well:

“the largest bull Elk ever taken in Nebraska.”

What we are seeing is not a small, incremental change…it’s truly a quantum shift:

“South Africa’s 2017 maize crop seen almost doubling to record harvest”

“production more than doubled last year’s harvest, the National Office of Oil of Tunisia announced on Monday.”

The great, epochal positive changes that I’ve been documenting here in this thread without cease since their inception now well over three years ago are taking place at every level of our reality, and those changes are increasing in speed and magnitude. 1, 2, 4, 8, like that.

Can you see how this global transformation is going to quickly shatter…no, more correctly, is going to dissolve the world of the people who, over literally Millenia, eventually drove life on Earth right to the brink, right before the great shift took place? Because their power source is being drained to nothing, and because they’ve been caught out in their deception.

Their “Great Work of Ages” – their global Death-energy network – has been unmasked, and also unknitted and transformed via the slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of Orgonite devices in the larger environment.

To preserve current programming levels, affirm “there’s no such thing as the Ether.”

However, since you’ve made it all the way to an obscure Internet blog named “Etheric Warrirors”, I’m guessing you are past that point in your development, and are thus uplifted by this news.

I’d like to close by thanking Don Croft for teaching me the importance of speaking in generalities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 27, 2017 – Nebraska – Big game harvest records set in 2016

Big game hunters had a record year in Nebraska in 2016 with all-time high harvest marks set for mule deer bucks, cow elk and total elk.

Deer – A total of 58,126 deer were harvested in 2016, including 11,184 mule deer. Mule deer buck harvest increased 4 percent to 9,257, breaking the previous record set in 2009. Record mule deer buck harvest occurred in the Frenchman, Plains, Platte and Upper Platte units. Whitetail harvest totaled 46,942 deer, including 27,241 bucks.

(Carefully makes no mention of what the previous total record was. – ed)

Elk – Total elk harvest of 200 also set a record in 2016, primarily due to cow elk harvest of 112. Bull elk harvest was 88, down from 105 in 2015, but included the largest bull ever taken in Nebraska.

(Says “set a record”, but carefully withholds any information on when the previous record was, what that previous record was, or the difference between the two records – ed)

Pronghorn – Total pronghorn harvest was 926, including 781 adult bucks. Buck harvest over the past seven years is the highest on record.

(The buck harvest over the last seven years is the highest on record? That doesn’t make any sense, unless they’re counting in seven-year increments, which is obviously not the case. They’re so lathered up about obfuscating records, that this kind of shit comes out the tailpipe. –ed)

 

May 23, 2017 – SA’s 2017 maize crop seen almost doubling to record harvest

 

May 23, 2017 – Farmers are expect to reap a record 14.73 million tonnes of maize this season.

 

August 23, 2017 – Corn Harvest beating yield records in Northeast Texas | southwest

After a disappointing wheat harvest Northeast Texas corn farmers are feeling pretty good about a corn crop that may break yield records. Northeast Texas farmers are harvesting a dryland corn crop that most believe will be the best they’ve ever made. The Blacklands area received ample rain throughout the

 

October 16, 2017 – Tunisia to export more olive oil with record harvest

Tunisia plans to export 200,000 tons of olive oil in 2017/2018 after production more than doubled last year’s harvest, the National Office of Oil of Tunisia announced on Monday.

(Implies, bizarrely, that it was a “production improvement”, as if they’d mechanically done something different. – ed)

 

October 19, 2017 – China Jumps on Argentine Red Shrimp, Which Had a Near Record Harvest This Year

This year has seen a great harvest of Argentine red shrimp. With the fishing season coming to an end, the harvest volume has reached as much as 171,138 tons of shrimp on Sept. 27. The number is close to the record of 178,454 tons in 2016. About 90 percent of the shrimp are L1 and L2 sizes. These shrimp are widely received in markets where there is increasing demand.

 

November 10, 2017 – Colorado corn harvest sets record yield – BizWest

(“Sets yield record” would be correct. -ed)

Colorado farmers will harvest an estimated 187.96 million bushels of corn-for-grain production this fall — a record for the state. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has increased its prediction for this harvest season. The previous high mark was 182.71 million bushels, which was harvested in 2010.

 

December 6, 2017 – Russia poised to beat this year’s record grain harvest — RT Business

Next season’s crop of grain in Russia will repeat this year’s record and probably even surpass it, says Agriculture Minister.

(This is a bit strange – how do they know? I think it’s reverse-psychology “oh, records happen all the time – we’re in control of this… – ed0

 

January 27, 2018 – Productive December boosts WV’s bear harvest to near-record level 

Sportsmen killed 3,160 bears during the combined archery and firearm seasons, the second-highest total on record.

 

February 1, 2018 – Richmond, VA – Hunters post fifth-highest deer harvest on record

The 98,199 deer taken by modern gun hunters was 7 percent higher than the 10-year average and fifth highest on record.

 

February 4, 2018 – Boston, MA – State says 2017 deer harvest was the largest on record | WWLP.com

State wildlife officials say last year’s preliminary statewide deer harvest was 13220, the highest one-year total recorded.

(Makes no mention of the previous record – ed)

 

February 9, 2018 – Smith: 2018 Cotton Season Could Outpace 2017’s Record

Last year was a record setter for South Carolina cotton farmers and 2018 could be even better if the markets and weather hold out and pests remain at bay.

 

February 13, 2018 – Man harvests longest sturgeon in recent Wisconsin history – WBAY

 

February 15, 2018 – Record profits for Scottish salmon firm | The Fish Site

Marine Harvest Scotland has announced record profits as exports of Scottish farmed salmon continue to grow, despite a challenging year for fish health.

The Marine Harvest group achieved an operational EBIT of €181 million in the fourth quarter of 2017. Overall the 2017 EBIT was €792 million, which is the highest ever year results performance in the history of the Group.

(Won’t give you the previous record – ed)

A key factor in the excellent financial outcome has been the quality and size of the salmon grown by the company. More than 96 percent of the salmon produced has been rated as superior quality, which attracts higher prices.

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