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Funny Thing About ‘Timing’

Published January 22, 2020 by tindertender

Shared by: https://twitter.com/Jordan_Sather_

The new fad disease called the “coronavirus” is sweeping headlines.

Funny enough, there was a patent for the coronavirus was filed in 2015 and granted in 2018.

https://patents.justia.com/patent/10130701

This assignee of this patent was the government funded Pirbright Institute out of the UK.

And would you look at that, some of their major funders are the World Health Organization and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

https://www.pirbright.ac.uk/partnerships/our-major-stakeholders

Funny how the WHO recently said that vaccine hesitancy was one of the leading threats to global health in 2019.

And how much funding has the Gates Foundation given to vaccine programs throughout the years?

Was the release of this disease planned?
Is the media being used to incite fear around it?
Is the Cabal desperate for money, so they’re tapping their Big Pharma reserves?
Are there vaccines already being manufactured to “fight” this?

Coordinated all along?

Interesting timing of when this disease is hitting the headlines.

During the Senate impeachment trials.

Consider The Following

Published January 13, 2020 by tindertender

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  • Corporations are buying politicians and scientists to force Vaccine compliance.
  • Legal immunity from prosecution results in righteous persecution.
  • Education officials are now financially benefiting from mandated vaccinations.
  • Education system manufactures employess who are enslaved by a debt to income fiat money magick system.
  • Education discourages critical thinking, creative though, individuality, and spirituality.
  • Education focuses on verifiably false propaganda and punishes those who question
  • Formal education discourages physical activity, healthy eating, and holistic living.
  • Food served at schools is below prison food standards.
  • Money and wealth are subjects not taught in public education.
  • Private education facilities are overrun by pedophile cults and money

So let us ask you this:

If you don’t agree with Government mandated vaccinations in order to be brainwashed by the Department of “Education” how do you say no when your politician’s wont represent you?

– Vote then out

– Follow the law

– Protest the law

– See comment below

Some comments thus far:

Why defund Progressive (1984) Ed? It is based on making dystopian rubes agree that “Morals are, heh heh relative, so the tyrants’ boots may smash citizens faces forever, no complaints?” This is evil. It is wicked. It causes insanity. Defund it. And Be Best!

What choice do we have? Here in NJ, we got a letter for upcoming sixth grades students to get 2 vaccines before start of 6th grade: Tdap and meningitis. No vaccine. No school entry.

I filed a Notarized Affidavit in District Court citing ingredients provided by vaccine insert as Medically Unproven by Empirical Data w/ Objection of Conscience to the injection of Aborted Foetal Cells into Estate of Living ]Child[ & signed With Prejudice in the Name of Our Lord.

They’re persecuting the Pediatricians for this in my state. We the people must reign in this out of control abuse to children.

Homeschooling is not an option for many Americans who need to work to keep a home, especially single parents.

I do not consent… Let it be known; no individual or group masquerading as an “authority” or “official” wearing ignorant robes, costumes with badges or other ridiculous symbol have any authority above me, a man, created in God’s image, Freeman King, nor house of King. over..out

Seems that voting them out won’t help, since the new ones who take over don’t care about this issue either. More public knowledge is necessary, in my opinion.

“(W)henever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the People to alter or to ABOLISH it, and to institute new Government…”

https://oll.libertyfund.org/quotes/327

Thomas Jefferson, 1776
The Declaration of Independence

Embracing New ‘Form’ In The Formless

Published December 30, 2019 by tindertender

I’ve deleted Facebook, Minds and Twitter from my smartphone thinking social media a destructive activity.

Yet, sometimes, it just might be the necessary distraction we need … or is this idea only part of the wormhole I find myself in?

Partaking of the Earth in any manner, regarding foods and medicines grown, in no way insinuates ones life is for sale … or their spirit, or soul.

Creator (#1) gave us these things to sustain ourselves. Use of them is good, not to be harshly judged, unless it harms others, or self.

Life must be honored, all forms, all ways.

Past actions are the result of, sometimes, years of training by those in a corrupt world.

We now step out from this, into the New.

Vision blurred yet perfect still … is ‘alteration illusion’ present, or is it real?

Majestic Tip

Published December 18, 2019 by tindertender

Micro greens are filled with nutrients (sometimes more the x60 of an adult plant) and be grown in a windowsill or with limited space and kept on rotation so you always have food. Hemp micro greens are the most physically nutritious form of the cannabis variety.

Bonus: they only take a few days to sprout!

Question: Which are your favorite?

Answer: Romanesco (fractal broccoli), spinach, lettuce varieties, beets… it really just depends. They are all very great. Anything that has edible leaf can be consumed as a micro green.

Bean Sprouts contain just as much protein as meat. Always keep large bags of mixed variety non gmo beans to sprout in a small jar. Keep on rotation and consume daily.

Ultimately it will be your choice ~ 2020 Goals

Published December 17, 2019 by tindertender

Get rid of your cell phones at home

Use a secure bag that blocks all signals and store while at home

Disable Wifi

Install Reverse Osmosis Water Source

Don’t eat GMOs

Stop using fluoride

Stop using aluminum

Start responsibly using CBD

Start Meditating Daily

Consider signal blocking paint on walls/ceilings/exterior?

Detoxify your body.

Balance your required nutrients.

Fast.

Don’t get anymore Flu shots.

Move your TV out of the room you spend the most time in.

Cancel Cable Subscription

Use Ethernet cables for internet

Plus Much more!

If you need help, ask within.

Natural products like Chlorella are safer than some of the brand detox products on the market. Some detox products are overkill and cause more damage than help. Using plants allows the body to absorb what it needs and expel the remainder. Wild chlorella is not as effective.

THE WINTER SOLSTICE

Published December 14, 2019 by tindertender

THE WINTER SOLSTICE FALLS ON DECEMBER 21 EACH YEAR

In the spirit of self care, community care, accessing our ancestral memory and our most powerful selves, here are 14 different ways that you and your loved ones can spend the winter solstice in observance of a natural phenomena that comes only once a year. Take what works for you from this list, and if possible, consult with elders and your own traditional teachings for guidance on the best ways to acknowledge this event and deepen your spiritual connection during this time.

1. TAKE THE DAY OFF OF WORK OR JUST SLOW DOWN AND REST

2. COOK AND SHARE A HEALTHY, COMFORTING MEAL WITH LOVED ONES

3. REFLECT ON THE PAST YEAR

4. GIVE THANKS FOR ALL OF YOUR BLESSINGS

5. CLEAN AND HONOR YOUR LIVING SPACE BY DECLUTTERING

6. SHOW THE PEOPLE WHO YOU CARE FOR THAT YOU APPRECIATE THEM

7. CHANNEL YOUR CREATIVE ENERGY THROUGH ARTS, CRAFTS AND EXERCISING YOUR IMAGINATION

8. DRINK NATURAL AND MEDICINAL TEAS

9. PRACTICE SPECIAL SELF-CARE RITUALS FOR SELF AND OTHERS

10. GO TO A CEREMONY OR HOLD A PERSONAL MOMENT OF PRAYER IN YOUR HOME

11. PAY ATTENTION TO THE MOVEMENT OF THE SUN

12. LIGHT A FIRE

13. MAKE OFFERINGS

14. SET INTENTIONS FOR THE LONGER DAYS AHEAD

We know and our ancestors knew that in order to show up for our communities as good relatives and as energized agents of change, we have to be grounded and strong.

https://ndncollective.org/acknowledging-the-winter-solstice-is-a-decolonial-act-for-indigenous-people/

The Story of Corn and Medicine

Published December 10, 2019 by tindertender

This is a synthesis of several stories from the Cherokee, who were the native people of northern Georgia and Alabama, western North Carolina, central and eastern Tennessee, and Kentucky. The stories were told to James Mooney of the Bureau of American Ethnology in the late 1800’s by older Cherokee men in western North Carolina. The principal story teller was Ayúnini (“Swimmer”), who was born in 1835 and never spoke English, although he served as sergeant in the Confederate infantry in the Civil War. He died in 1899.

Painting by Kevin Chasing Wolf Hutchins; https://pixels.com/featured/corn-woman-kevin-chasing-wolf-hutchins.html

When the plants and animals first came to earth, they were told to stay awake for seven nights, as in the Cherokee medicine ceremony. The animals all stayed awake the first night, and many stayed awake the next few nights, but only the owl and the panther and a couple of others stayed awake all seven nights. They were given the ability to see at night and so to hunt at night when the others are asleep. The same thing happened among the trees, and only the cedar, pine, spruce, holly and laurel stayed awake all seven nights, which is why they can stay green all year when the others lose their leaves.

Humans came after the animals. At first they multiplied rapidly, and the first woman give birth every seven days. Eventually there were so many of them that it seemed they might not all survive, and since then to this day each woman has been able to have just one child each year. Among these early people were a man and a woman name Kanáti and Selu, whose names meant “The Lucky Hunter” and “Corn”, respectively. Kanáti would go hunting and invariably return with game, which Selu would prepare by the stream near their home. She also would always return home with baskets of corn, which she would pound to make meal for bread.

Kanáti and Selu had a little boy, and he would play by the stream. Eventually they realized that he was playing with another little boy who had arisen from the blood of the game washed by the stream. With their son’s help they caught the other boy, and eventually he lived with them like he was their own son, although he was called “the Wild Boy”.

Kanáti brought home game whenever he went hunting, and one day the two boys decided to follow him. They followed him into the mountains until he came to a large rock, which he pulled aside to reveal a cave from which a buck emerged. Kanáti shot the buck and, after covering the cave, he headed home. The boys got home before him and didn’t reveal what they had learned, but a few days later they returned to the rock. With a struggle they pulled it aside and had great fun watching the deer come out of the cave. They lost track of what they were doing, however, and soon all sorts of game animals – rabbit and turkeys and partridges and buffalo and all – escaped from the cave. Kanáti saw all these animals coming down the mountain and knew what the boys must have done, and he went up the mountain after them. He opened four jars in the cave, and from them came fleas and lice and gnats and bedbugs that attacked the boys. He sent them home, hoping he could find some of the dispersed game for the supper. Thus it is that people must now hunt for game.

The boys went home, and Selu told them there would be no meat for dinner. However, she went to the storehouse for food, and told the boys to wait while she did so. They followed her instead to the storehouse and watched her go inside. She put down her basket and then rubbed her stomach, and the basket was partly full with corn. Then she rubbed her sides, and it was full to the top with beans. Watching through a crack in the storehouse wall, the boys saw all this. Selu knew that they had seen her, but she went ahead and fixed them a last meal. Then she and Kanáti explained that, because their secrets were revealed, they would die, and with them would end the easy life they had known. However, Selu told them to drag her body seven times around a circle in front of their house, and then to drag her seven times over the soil inside the circle, and if they stayed up all night to watch, in the morning they would have a crop of corn. The boys, however, only cleared a few spots and they only dragged her body over it twice, which is why corn only grows in certain places on the earth. They did sit up all night, though, and in the morning the corn was grown, and still it is grown today, although now it takes half a year.

In these early days, the plants, the animals, and the people all lived together as friends. As the people multiplied, however, the animals had less room to roam, and they were either slaughtered for food or trampled under the humans’ feet. Finally the animals held a council to discuss what to do. The bears experimented with using bows and arrows to fight back, but they concluded that they would have to cut off their claws to use the bows. The deer held a council and decided to send rheumatism to any hunter who killed a deer without asking its pardon for having done so. When a deer is shot by a hunter, the fleet and silent Little Deer, leader of the deer, runs to the blood-stained spot to ask the spirit of the killed deer if the hunter prayed for pardon for his affront. If the answer is no, Little Deer follows the trail of blood and inflicts the hunter with rheumatism so that he is crippled.

The fish and reptiles likewise met, and resolved that the people would suffer from dreams in which snakes twined about them. The birds and smaller animals and insects all met too, and talked long into the night about how they had suffered from the humans. Eventually they created all sorts of new diseases to afflict humans, which have since become a scourge to the animals’ oppressors.

After this the plants met, and they resolved that something must be done to counteract what the animals had done. That is why so many trees and shrubs and herbs, and even the mosses, provide remedies for diseases. It was thus that medicine first came into the world, to counteract the revenge of the animals.

James Mooney, 1900, Myths of the Cherokee: Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology for 1897-1898, Part 1, p. 1-576. (J84.SI2.1 pt. 1 1897-98)

http://www.gly.uga.edu/railsback/CS/CSCorn&Medicine.html

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