“Sam still eyed Strider dubiously. ‘How do we know you are the Strider that Gandalf speaks about?’ he demanded. ‘You never mentioned Gandalf, till this letter came out. You might be a play-acting spy…, trying to get us to go with you. You might have done in the real Strider and took his clothes. What have you to say to that?’
‘That you are a stout fellow,’ answered Strider; ‘but I am afraid my only answer to you, Sam Gamgee, is this. If I had killed the real Strider, I could kill you. And I should have killed you already without so much talk. If I was after the Ring, I could have it — NOW!’
He stood up, and seemed suddenly to grow taller. In his eyes gleamed a light, keen and commanding. Throwing back his cloak, he laid his hand on the hilt of a sword that had hung concealed by his side…. Sam sat wide-mouthed staring at him dumbly.
‘But I am the real Strider, fortunately,’ he said, looking down at them with his face softened by a sudden smile. ‘I am Aragorn son of Arathorn; and if by life or death I can save you, I will’.
J.R.R. Tolkien, from “The Fellowship of the Ring”, 1954
It’s July, 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 examples below – all involving deer – to support it.
Since there’s a global news blackout in place in regard to the great transformation that’s underway on Earth at this time, the only way to discern what is going on is to study the data, one’s self, and the data is quite clear:
“There were 4,371 antlered bucks – considered a coveted, trophy species – reported killed this past season, up 12.7 percent from the 2016-17 season, and up 93 percent from 2008 when 2,270 were harvested in District 9.”
Antlered bucks almost doubling in ten years, and increasing almost 13% just last year, to the highest number since they’ve been keeping records. Which demonstrates that the positive change is increasing in speed and magnitude.
Another story below reads “MassWildlife biologists, especially deer project leader David Stainbrook, strive to maximize beneficial harvests. Overall, they’re doing a great job. In 2016, an amazing 12,249 deer were taken, the third highest number recorded. Archers took 4,656; shotgunners narrowly exceeded their harvest with 4,920, and primitive firearms hunters shot 2,535. It’s hard to believe that this past season’s harvest was better and even record breaking.”
Where you are assured the highest deer harvest numbers are only happening because of assiduous human deer-managers: “overall, they’re doing a great job.”
The words “mystery“, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. One of those variants is “hard to believe.”
That’s why the paragraph I featured says “It’s hard to believe that this past season’s harvest was better and even record breaking.”
Is it hard to believe? For whom? Why the multiple layers of hedging? I thought it was just the quoted Illuminist shill and his Massachusetts deer-manager buddies doing a better and better job striving to maximize beneficial harvests?
That’s an awesomely mil-speak Death-worshipper phrase: “maximize beneficial harvests.”
The great, epochal positive change, the transformation that is taking place is at its base energetic, it’s Etheric. The slow, steady, widespread and ever-increasing distribution of simple, inexpensive Orgonite Devices has unknitted and transformed the global Death energy matrix built and expanded over literally Millenia by our about-to-be-former Dark masters.
To maintain current programming levels, affirm “there’s no such thing as the Ether.”
The reason for the news blackout, and their serial attempts to downplay, naysay and deny new records, is that exposure of their “Great Work of Ages” will be their undoing, their downfall.
Please consider spreading the word, won’t you? And do what you feel appropriate to continue to improve the energetic health of the planet.
January 4, 2018 – Story of Zeus: A Potential State Record Buck
By now, many GON readers are familiar with the recent controversy that erupted after Lee Ellis killed a giant buck named “Zeus” on Nov. 16 that could end up being Georgia’s best typical buck ever taken with a bow.
Within a few days of killing the big deer in a north Atlanta suburb, a story posted on Facebook claimed Zeus was a pen-raised buck that had been bottle-fed as a fawn, had worn a collar with bells on it for years and had spent nearly all of its 10 years living in the backyard of the man who had raised him.
From what I learned about the buck named Zeus, it was wild deer that roamed a wide area in north Atlanta. For at least the past four years, his range encompassed nearly 2 square miles. Numerous hunters knew about this deer, numerous hunters had been after him for the past few seasons, and numerous trail-camera photos were taken of the deer.
(There’s a large and growing body of data in this thread specifically regarding “record obfuscation”. Story makes no mention of the previous record – ed)
January 4, 2018 – Deer with monster antlers new record for Pennsylvania
A white-tailed deer with a massive set of antlers has shattered a Pennsylvania hunting record. The 13-point rack of antlers was officially measured and scored Thursday by Bob D’Angelo, coordinator of the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Big Game Scoring Program.
(Implies the deer wasn’t large, but just had large antlers – ed)
The rack was carried by a trophy buck harvested October 24, 2017, by Ron Shaulis, of West Newton.
It had a net score of 185-4/8, which bested the existing Pennsylvania record for a typical buck killed by an archer. Shaulis used a compound bow to take the deer while hunting on public land in Westmoreland County.
The previous record of 178-2/8 was set in 2004 by a buck harvested in Allegheny County.
(You’ll notice that they gave you the numbers, but carefully hedged by withholding the percentage increase between them. So I had to do the math. 178 2/8 to 185 4/8 is a 4% increase over the old record. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins. – ed)
January 25, 2018 – The second largest white-tailed buck ever in Texas was poached by a Denton County man after legal hunting hours and on property he didn’t have permission to hunt on, Texas Parks and Wildlife officials said.
A Denton County criminal court sentenced Travis D. Johnson on Monday to two years’ probation and 40 hours of community service. The Aubrey man had pleaded no contest to illegally taking the buck, which scored 278 points under the Boone and Crockett system.
If it had been legally killed, the buck would have been hailed as the highest scoring deer taken with a bow and arrow ever in Texas, according to Pope and Young Club records. Instead of a place in record books, the buck’s antlers will be mounted and displayed in the Texas Game Warden Wall of Shame exhibit.
(“Taken with a bow and arrow ever in Texas” is a Satanic inversion, and an attempt to keep the stronger “Ever taken with a bow and arrow in Texas” out of the search engines and your subconscious. – ed)
February 20, 2018 – Tennessee wildlife officials out to prove world record deer is legit
The deer Stephen Tucker killed in 2016 in Sumner County, which is expected to be certified as a world record, sparked some debate over whether that type of deer even live in Tennessee.
Tucker’s buck, which he shot with a muzzleloader, had a non-typical, cluster rack with 47 points, which measured 312 3/8 inches. That eclipsed the previous world record of 307 5/8 inches killed by a hunter in Albia, Iowa, in 2003.
(Where eclipse is a thinly-veiled reference to the solar eclipses when the human sacrifices so beloved by the folks in charge are at their most powerful energetically. – ed)
Cluster racks are unique, which is why some question the legitimacy of Tucker’s deer, which will be certified at the Boone and Crockett awards banquet in 2019.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officials have no doubts about Tucker’s deer and say cluster racks are quite common in the state.
That’s why they decided this week to try and hush the doubters by putting together a display featuring the largest cluster buck mounts ever taken in Tennessee.
(There’s a large and growing body of data in this thread specifically regarding “record obfuscation” – ed)
March 15, 2018 – Mark Blazis: 2017 Massachusetts deer harvest sets record
MassWildlife biologists, especially deer project leader David Stainbrook, strive to maximize beneficial harvests. Overall, they’re doing a great job. In 2016, an amazing 12,249 deer were taken, the third highest number recorded. Archers took 4,656; shotgunners narrowly exceeded their harvest with 4,920, and primitive firearms hunters shot 2,535. It’s hard to believe that this past season’s harvest was better and even record breaking.
Stainbrook reports that the 2017 harvest of 13,220 whitetails set an all-time record for Massachusetts. There were 109 deer were taken during the youth hunt, four during the paraplegic hunt, an unprecedented 5,191 during the archery season, 5,162 during the shotgun season, and 2,754 during the primitive firearms season. Stainbrook theorizes that abundant mast crops in some areas and sustained hunter effort were paramount factors contributing to this record.
March 15, 2018 – Antlered deer harvest in Western North Carolina hits record high
ASHEVILLE — Deer hunters in the mountains bagged a record high number of antlered bucks this past hunting season, following a 10-year trend of “exponential” growth.
According to the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, hunters reported a total 161,854 white-tailed deer (antlered, button bucks and does) killed, or harvested, across the state during the 2017-2018 hunting season, an increase of 8 percent from the 2016-2017 season.
This matched the increase for District 9, which includes most of Western North Carolina from Buncombe County west to the Tennessee border.
But the harvest of antlered bucks in WNC was 60 percent higher than the 10-year average, said Jonathan Shaw, wildlife biologist with the Wildlife Commission, based in Raleigh.
There were 4,371 antlered bucks – considered a coveted, trophy species – reported killed this past season, up 12.7 percent from the 2016-17 season, and up 93 percent from 2008 when 2,270 were harvested in District 9.
May 22, 2018 – Maine wildlife biologists recommend record number of any-deer permits in 2018
The 28% increase from last year – to a total of 84,745 permits – is sought in part because of concerns about tick-borne diseases in southern and central Maine.
(They’re not concerned about tick-borne diseases; they’re trying to kill as many deer as possible – ed)