Money and the Death of Planet Earth

If there are future generations after this one, when all seems hopelessly in danger, what might they say to those who are driving the earth to the point of death? We don’t need to see more of the devastation to know what is happening. What will more documentaries like those now showing the danger we are in do for anyone? We know how many species are being destroyed, how over-fishing of the oceans is bringing them to a point of collapse, how polluted the atmosphere.

There is only one thing that is more important in the eyes of most and that is making money. The mindset that by taking just a little more will do no harm, or that it is not the business of individuals that is at fault, nor could it possibly be the result of the super large families of some who have no limits.

As the earth buckles under the pressure and millions flee the conflicts that usually follow such a huge population explosion like we are now experiencing who is it really that is to blame? Surely one would look to a high power, the Creator in fact, who is in charge of all things.

That power for me is the Great Spirit of the Universe whom is expected is in charge of all things and everyone on the planet. This thought comes because of my reincarnation and knowledge that the things man believes in, such as heaven and hell, do not exist. What is reality, however, is that we are in crisis and money and the death of the planet go together.

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Money Pollutes the Environment

Watching a power station expelling gasses into the atmosphere from burning coal is a disgusting experience. The smell it generates is appalling and people are living nearby and working in it. The men who mine the coal are breathing in black dust that results in black lung disease. The cars we drive are little better as they pour out similar gasses into the air. Those gasses are a mixture of carbon monoxide, a super deadly gas, and carbon dioxide.

Man has believed that the earth is big enough to cope with it but what was not taken into account is the multiplying effects from the millions of similar businesses that do the same. The end result of all is money and many are dying because of it.

While Australia debates the pros and cons of climate change leading up to an election on July 2nd 2016, people are outraged that those creating enormous wealth from mining of dangerous pollutants are unstoppable. Among them are the gas companies who are causing some to suicide by their tactics. The result of their ‘work’ is releasing methane gas from rocks that is poisoning the water and the atmosphere around cities and rural properties.

There seems to be no way of stopping this invasion and governments are misled by their claims of jobs and other things that don’t always eventuate. The ones making the money are the owners of the businesses that are doing the polluting and they have little care for the environment, or so it seems.

This is not a problem for Australia alone as the same is happening world-wide and people are voicing their objections by turning away from major political parties. While voters have woken up to the big-polluters who care more about the money they make rather than the health of the planet politics is facing major challenges.

My perspective on this problem comes from memory of my reincarnation and my suspicion that everyone is back, which accounts for the huge population growth of recent times. It is also apparent that the earth can’t survive the impact of the pollution much longer, so we are in the last days. If this is the case, then there is ample proof that money is used by God to bring it about.

It is the hunger for money that drives the World Order and that puts wealth creation ahead of common sense and survival. So what are those who pollute the environment thinking? We can’t eat coal and we can’t breathe the gasses and everything else is in decline.

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Money Causes Extinction of Species

A very sad report on Australian television showed the way the Andes is being depleted of forest and how species are dying and a lot is due to illegal loggers. While governments have some control over the way the trees are logged and sold, however, the facts are that the number of trees felled are so great that a continual flow of logs down the river is so thick that one can walk from one side to the other. This is every hour, every day, every week, and every year.

This is how much humanity cares for the environment when money is at stake. Species are dying and those who depend on the forest to live are obviously in grave danger. The Chachi, also called Cayapa, are one such group and they number around 3,000 to 5,000. They are a people with their own culture, language, and religion but polluted by Roman Catholic influences. Their future is at stake because of the disappearing jungle they depend on for food and resources.

This has happened repeatedly over the globe as man takes from nature to inflate his wealth. It is often the very rich who is responsible for the devastation, although we are all to blame. It’s not just the rain forest but the oceans, deserts, and agricultural species that are all at risk of extinction.

One doesn’t usually place food products as endangered but the facts show that they are, and highly so. To begin with pollinators are already scarce in some areas and the United States has had to import bees to keep production of crops going. In many areas bees are facing an uphill battle and it’s a lot to do with climate change.

Plants that once flowered in Spring, for instance, now do so in winter. The seasons are out of kilt with the natural birth-death cycle of insects and even ants are struggling. Forests have to be in the mix as well as they depend on animals and insects for distribution and pollination of seed. Without the normal life-cycle diseases and an over-abundance of insects that carry them are now prominent.

The Zika virus is one that depends on mosquitoes to spread it the Ebola and HIV viruses must be included, although they are spread by contact and transfer of body fluids.

In general, the world has become unbalanced and there is nothing to fix it. We can’t reverse the trends and we can’t demand people stop taking from the environment while they depend on money to live. It’s a trap we have been driven into by it.

My memory of reincarnation provides me with an explanation of why this has happened as it is my opinion that everyone who has lived is now back in their body as we are in the last days. This is supported by prophecies whereby we are told that we return six times but that the seventh will be the last (Job 5:19-22) while we are also told that the graves will give up their dead (Isaiah 26:19).

This recycling fits how nature recycles and the old becomes new again. Only now we have been warned that only a few will survive the things that are coming. The visions shown to me were horrendous and have already begun. Money won’t stop it but rather it is the light under the fire that is causing it and extinction of species is the way to bring it about.

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Money and Power

If anyone wants to know why money was invented they need to look at the power that it generates. Politically it is the mainstay of governments while religiously it has grown gods and made their organisations indispensable. So where does it fit into the scheme of human behaviour and why is it at the root of the World Order? One could may assume that something other than an invented commodity would fit that role so why doesn’t it?

When humans took to a sedentary life and gave up wandering the forests and taking their food from the land, as God originally intended, they had time to think about other things. In the depositions of their living areas archaeologist have uncovered tales of their development from what might be termed primitive living to the more sophisticated trade deals and exchange of goods.

Other things crop up as well and chief among them is the religious side of life and the sacred sites where they imprinted their feelings and beliefs on items in art form. Over time the images became ever more lifelike and their meanings clearer. It was there where my research discovered the power.

It came first in the form of an exchange between humanity and the Sun-God. This unmistakable giving of life for prosperity permeates the ancient world and mysterious sites, like Stonehenge in England, or the temples of the Maya in Mexico. They stand as fortresses of power holding a code within that is only now interpretable.

My reincarnation and evidence that there is no heaven or hell is behind my ability to look at these sites from a different perspective and without the religious bias to better understand their meaning. It is a fact that the ancients were desperate to communicate with the sun and they worked out ways to do that. One way was to send a man up riding the cross as a kite to mate with the Mother God. This is shown in rock art in Nordic regions, such as Ostergotland (star of god’s land).

Dispersed light creates rings of seven colours, the same as the rainbow, and the number for ‘her’ is ‘seven’. The man is number 8 and multiplied together 7×8 is 56, the number of holes in the outer circle of Stonehenge. Both these numbers are linked to ancient beliefs that carry over into modern religious practices.

There are 7 candles on the altar of Christian churches, and 7 lights in the normal Jewish menorah, and so on. There are also 7 days of the week and 3×7 is 21, another mystical number. The 3 represents the ancient trinity of Mother God, sun and light.

Stonehenge displays the practice of exchanging god-men on crosses for fertility of the earth. The core of the site is the horse-shoe shape enclosed by the trilithons, made of 2 upright stones with a cap supporting them are the top. The ‘horse’ features prominently in ancient rituals and the white horse was etched out of the underlying chalk in several places in both Britain and Europe.

In time the use of circles as a symbol of exchange gave rise to the coins that were imprinted with the king’s head because he was supposedly the one married to the sun. The magic of handing over his image in exchange for goods took hold and gave rise to the monetary system. It was enhanced by Constantine, who established the Catholic Church in the year 325. He is also the one who organised the system of commerce that is still in play.

The circle with cross symbol is found in and around many sites on every inhabited continent and the first coins were of the same symbol. Later the king’s head was put inside the circle to suggest he is the thing that is the metaphor of the exchange. It provided extra power to the money, while that term comes from ‘moni’ or ‘man in the eye.’

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