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Re: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: United States of Ahrimaniacs/Disaster Relief

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  • Joel Wendt
    Earthquakes involve an imbalance between the gravity and levity forces, or the centric and peripheral forces of the cosmos. Their causal beginnings are not
    Message 1 of 10 , Dec 29, 2004
      Earthquakes involve an imbalance between the gravity and levity forces,
      or the centric and peripheral forces of the cosmos.

      Their causal beginnings are not precisely known, having roots in the
      moral world, where ultimate causes are to be found.

      As an aspect of their mechanics, a gravity levity imbalance would be
      preceded by odd phenomena in the life sphere, as well as atmospheric
      "light" phenomena.

      We know the life sphere phenomena (animals acting strange etc.) but the
      atmospheric light stuff is less known. Goethe witnessed such, and I did
      once in California, where I observed one early morning a reversal of the
      usual pink/blue coloration of the horizon. I wrote of this in my diary,
      and that evening a 5.5 earthquake was centered in the area between my
      point of observation and the horizon.

      I expect we observe a lot of gravity levity properties in the
      atmosphere, but because of our materialistic education, assume we are
      looking at cloud and light refraction phenomena.

      Perhaps it wouldn't hurt to remind ourselves that Christ gave the Our
      Farther, as Our Father in the Skies, not our father who art in heaven
      (see the Unvarnished Gospels).

      We no longer see the true Sky, day or night, but rather what our
      imagination has been trained to see by our materialistic education. For
      this reason I spend a lot of time these days, just sitting and enjoying
      the Sky. Everyday I see more.


      On Tue, 2004-12-28 at 21:22, holderlin66 wrote:
      > Tarjei Straume wrote:
      > Looking into the matter carefully Paste and link this into your
      > search.
      > http://www.independent-media.tv/item.cfm?
      > fmedia_id=10211&fcategory_desc=Under%20Reported
      > "Now I don't claim to be an expert on seismic activity, but there
      > has been a series of events which led up to the 9.0 earthquake of
      > the coast of Indonesia which can not be ignored. This all could be
      > an enormous coincidence, but one must look at the information and
      > choose for themselves whether there is anything to it.
      > On November 28th, one month ago, Reuters reported that during a 3
      > day span 169 whales and dolphins beached themselves in Tasmania, an
      > island of the southern coast of mainland Australia and in New
      > Zealand. The cause for these beachings is not known, but Bob Brown,
      > a senator in the Australian parliament, said "sound bombing" or
      > seismic tests of ocean floors to test for oil and gas had been
      > carried out near the sites of the Tasmanian beachings recently.
      > According to Jim Cummings of the Acoustic Ecology Institute, Seismic
      > surveys utilizing airguns have been taking place in mineral-rich
      > areas of the world's oceans since 1968. Among the areas that have
      > experienced the most intense survey activity are the North Sea, the
      > Beaufort Sea (off Alaska's North Slope), and the Gulf of Mexico;
      > areas around Australia and South America are also current hot-spots
      > of activity.
      > The impulses created by the release of air from arrays of up to 24
      > airguns create low frequency sound waves powerful enough to
      > penetrate up to 40km below the seafloor. The "source level" of these
      > sound waves is generally over 200dB (and often 230dB or more),
      > roughly comparable to a sound of at least 140-170dB in air.
      > According to the Australian Conservation Foundation, these 200dB
      > 230dB shots from the airguns are fired every few seconds, from 10
      > meters below the surface, 24 hours a day, weather permitting.
      > These types of tests are known to affect whales and dolphins, whose
      > acute hearing and use of sonar is very sensitive.
      > On December 24th there was a magnitude 8.1 earthquake more than 500
      > miles southeast of Tasmania near New Zealand, with a subsequent
      > aftershock 6.1 a little later in the morning that same day.
      > On December 26th, the magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck at the
      > intersection of the Australian tectonic plate and the India tectonic
      > plate. This is the devastating tragedy that we have all heard about.
      > The death toll of this horrific event has reached 52,000 souls and
      > continues to rise.
      > On December 27th, 20 whales beached themselves 110 miles west of
      > Hobart on the southern island state of Tasmania.
      > What is interesting about this is that the same place where the
      > whale beachings have been taking place over the last 30 days is the
      > same general area where the 8.1 Australian earthquake took place,
      > and this is the same area where they are doing these seismic tests.
      > Then 2 days after the Australian tectonic plate shifted, the 9.0
      > earthquake shook the coast of Indonesia.
      > A great deal of interest and seismic testing has been taking place
      > in this area, as the government of Australia has given great tax
      > breaks to encourage the oil exploration.
      > We will be following up on this story as more information is
      > gathered.
      > Bradford comments
      > Paste the full link and get the photos, maps and details.
      > http://www.independent-media.tv/item.cfm?
      > fmedia_id=10211&fcategory_desc=Under%20Reported]
      > http://www.independent-media.tv/item.cfm?
      > fmedia_id=10211&fcategory_desc=Under%20Reported
      > you need to paste the links together to see the photos maps and
      > detailed research.
      > Yahoo! Groups Links
      Joel Wendt <hermit@...>
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