Saturday, 22 March 2014

Rage of Aquarius

Creeping Dread in the Rage of Aquarius

By Chautauqua

First posted December 2013

Many years ago when the engines failed to ignite upon the launch of one of our manned space missions; one astronaut was heard to say, "I thought we'd be higher up when the engines quit".  That pretty much sums up how an awful lot of us are feeling these days. (Remember when we had a manned space program?) We've long ago realized that the fix is in, the game has been rigged by team dark so perfectly as to negate any possibility of fairness or a level playing field...ever.  Like that failed Apollo launch, a generation is wandering around, wondering what ever happened to that glorious age of Aquarius we were supposed to see unfold like a thousand petal lotus.
Instead, we have seen the rise and global spread of runaway greed fueled with rapacious hunger for more, and a never ending thirst for violence.  It is nothing short of an all-out war on all good things; and it will be the death of us all, you just wait and see.  If it was just one thing, or only a single crisis we faced it might be a much different story than the one we have allowed to exist right under our noses for so long it has festered, mutated and is now set to consume everything.  These last dozen or so years we have reeled from one war, or horror to the next with little or no chance to regain our footing, much less a bearing on sanity.  That's intentional.
And so it is; as this year of 2013 wanes down to its final hours, everywhere there is this overbearing creeping dread about the unknown horrors yet to unfold...as if we don't already have a nearly terminal case of cognitive dissonance.  In numbed disbelief we've watched the life sucking monsters of peak oil, peak water,& peak food draw nearer each year.  Not only are our "leaders" doing absolutely nothing to prevent the inevitable perfect apocalypse when these all converge together...the insane psychopaths are actually feeding these monsters.  Do you understand this equation?  The ONLY way we are able to produce the amount of food the planets population currently requires is thru the use of petroleum products such as fertilizers just for starters.  Then factor in that the average meal in america today is transported over 1400 miles, requiring still more gas, oil and such.  Take petroleum out of the picture (when it runs out) and the dominoes of mass starvation begin to topple, hard & fast.
Humans can go a goodly while without food, although you wouldn't think so watching most Americans eat...but water is another thing all together.  Three days, period!  That is how long the human body can survive without water.  It is literally a daily requirement; and yet; where was the storm of protest the first time the words privatized water were seen together?  When we first realized that our "leaders" were moving to private ownership of fresh water we should have filled the streets in millions to protest.  But we didn't because we were just too busy, and afraid.
I've always marveled at how humans are the only animal who doesn't react or respond to threats to their life, until the moment they are face to face with it.  The Gazelle speeds away at the very first sight or smell of the Lion, as do all creatures, except us.  The fact that we possess reasoning ability the other animals lack makes it that much more embarrassing.
Granted, we are not the creatures our ancestors were: but then the instinct for survival hadn't yet been completely bred out of the species as it now has.  Cattle are not native creatures to this earth...we made them.  We captured the young of fierce bovine creatures like the cape buffalo, raised & bred them in captivity, always breeding the more peaceful and less aggressive ones...so we could enjoy steak & milk.  The same has been done to us over hundreds of generations until here at the gates of the Aquarian Evolution we are as cattle, grazing our life away, unable to question the odd odor coming from the slaughterhouse.
As our freedoms and inalienable rights have gradually disappeared, so has the vibrant health of Gaia, our mother - the good Earth.  Because we fear repercussions, we remain silent in the face of such things, and make up excuses for why we do not raise our voice in protest.  We do this while choosing to ignore the fact that by the time they come for us (and they will) there will be nobody left to raise a voice of protest.  Every single day America consumes over 20 million barrels of oil, and that demand only grows, it never decreases.  Despite nearly 4000 offshore wells in the gulf of Mexico, and the Alaskan pipeline; we still import the vast majority of the oil we consume.  If the countries of the middle east were sitting on millions of tons of potatoes, do you think we'd be starting all these wars in those places??  We are killing the planet and ourselves with each day of silent denial replacing our pent up rage at what is being done.  So, the next time Obama is at the podium explaining why you must surrender still more freedoms, just think for a moment about who it is that's really doing the talking!
A current story in the news certainly explains an awful lot.  Have you heard of this fellow John Beal who for the last 13 years has been the highest paid employee at the EPA??  In that time our government paid this guy over $900,000 dollars.  It now comes out that Beal is a complete fraud and consummate liar.  First he told the EPA he was on assignment from the CIA to study climate change, then later insisted on a prime parking spot because he'd contracted malaria while in Vietnam.  You guessed it - He was never in Vietnam & never had malaria...and never studied climate change at all...instead he says, he spent his time reading or riding his bicycle - as he seldom even showed up for work at the office.  Oh yeah, he never worked for the CIA either.  Anyone see anything wrong here?  Are you pissed off enough yet?
Over 55,000 species a year go extinct due to our behavior on this planet as we continue to accelerate the Fracking for every last gram of crude oil we can possibly extract from the earth.  Never mind that fracking poisons and toxifies our drinking water to the point it will actually catch fire and burn!!!  It's bad enough that what passes for clean, fresh water these days already has over 25 chemicals in it, are we really OK with adding all the crap from fracking as well??  I would suggest we think on this a bit, but I already know what a futile effort that is, as few of us anymore seem the least bit inclined to fight for the survival of our race.
"Like glittering Jokers, just dancing in the dragon's jaws."  -  Bruce Cockburn
There is a word for the kind of accelerated growth & unchecked greed which has taken us to where we now are - Unsustainable.  That is what we mean with such terms as peak oil, or peak anything produced from resources.  Peak in this context denotes that production will never again be at the current level, it's all downhill from there, and we are there now!  The threat is here and staring us in the face, what do you do now??  More denial?  How can you continue to justify ignoring something, once you know.  How very empty that must feel.  If you argue for your limitations, ya get to keep them, they become yours!
     How about peak electricity?  Ever give that much thought.  Go google up a satellite photo showing North Korea at night if you want a subtle hint at what being without power looks like.  Suspend your cognitive dissonance denial long enough to ponder this scenario: what would your life be like with no food, no water, no fuel and no cell phones, computers or internet?  Now imagine none of that was ever coming back again - ever, for anyone but the psychopathic elite.  What if the only place you could get the necessities of life was a FEMA camp...would you go there?  What if you had no choice?  How does it make you feel when elites such as Henry Kissinger refer to you as just a useless eater?  His words, not mine!  any little spark of rage in your gut over that one?  Just curious.
How would you feel to one morning discover your bank had confiscated all your savings, and given it over to the government of corporations?  Would you just accept that as one more patriotic sacrifice?  Or would that be the final straw for you.  That's the plan you know...to gradually get everyone more and more frustrated & angry that it hits flashpoint and boils over into coast to coast rioting and open revolution...giving them the excuse they need to lock everything, and everyone down, and to enforce it with deadly violence.  Hope you enjoy all your silence has bought you, because it's how things are going to be very soon now.
    For years people with masters degrees in business & finance have been telling all who would listen that the global banking cartel was running a giant ponzy scheme, yet few seemed to be alarmed to see Goldman Sachs backing both candidates in the last couple of elections.  Even when we caught energy companies and the government in bed together during the Enron scandal, we still refused to see, or hear the ugliest of truths; and we are refusing still. 
Don't even let me get started on the transhuman agenda, you know, the h+ crowd who just wanna make a few upgrades to our DNA to improve upon the handiwork of creation itself.  I don't know about you, but I prefer my DNA au natural - hold the preservatives and nanobots.  All of this is just a bridge too far for me.  I much prefer the way things used to be, way back when "they" actually went to great lengths and expense to hide everything they were doing from the public.  The fact they no longer do that is even more disturbing than the things they're doing, and it means the end game is in the offing - any time now.
Ever seen snow covered pyramids?  How about a white christmas in Baghdad?  Me neither, at least not until this week.  Hmmm what was that garbled message about climate change?  Let's go get ahold of all these idiots who say climate change isn't real; and have them explain this:
At this point, if you still believe anything that comes from your "leaders" mouths; why are you reading this essay?  Gotcha!  You don't believe anymore, which is why you spend your time reading articles like this one.  Now all you have to do is bring that knowingness from the subconscious mind up to the conscious part of the mind, and start figuring out your next play from here.  You won't always have the internet to rely on, in fact, my guess it we won't have it much longer at all. Something else to think about.
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