Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Burnout - April 2013

The charge that keeps the electromagnetic grids alive and running in reality is burning out along with the people and events it supports. You know about human burnout and how it is causing autoimmune diseases aka mini-breakdowns.

Stress comes in two waves - daily life and cumulative based on events that seems out of your control but tie you down nonetheless - often without you knowing it, as you fight to remain strong. Only you can review what is happening on a daily basis that must be changed.

I have a friend in this building who is 75, as is her husband. You couldn't find kinder, nicer, more hardworking people ... Alas, with age, comes the breakdown of systems. He has progressive Alzheimer's disease, the pressures of which gave her a severe case of Shingles last year that has yet to subside. She and I often meet in the laundry room and talk about the breakdown of her body due to stress. Her husband as a home care attendant, as she won't put him in a home ... yet. It is all so sad.

On the client front ... I learned about two autoimmune diseases this week - Polymyositis and Morgellons both as a result of burnout and each taking the person on a journey to find answers from many avenues. Autoimmune diseases come from the emotional body and are a cry for help as the soul can't cope - stress, fear, anxiety, panic, etc.

The closing grid frequencies of the hologram vibrate too quickly for the physical body to process endless negative emotions. As with the evolution of technologies, you must keep up with the changes in consciousness. In the flow of the collective unconsciousness - there are times we fight the current - but at the end of time itself - it is best to remove life's pressures and let your soul guide the rest.

The Deadliest Volcano Ever

As the cycles of life on planet Earth endlessly recycle - (birth - destruction - rebirth) - until reality runs out of time and no longer exists - we search for answers about the end of one period and the beginning of another. The answers take us from science to mythology as if carving the way for a final truth that seems close at hand to those who understand that time is not linear and we exist in the illusion of timelessness perceived by our minds as real.

Here in linear time ... I see the close of each cycle marked by a volcanic event equated to an explosion of consciousness in which reality is rebooted and something new emerges containing remnants of the old as reminders of what is to come. We find this with mythological civilizations such as Atlantis and Lemuria among dozens of others within the grids yet not within our conscious awareness. Always there is the explosion - the Big Bang - the volcanic eruption that starts and ends the process.

The Deadliest Volcano Ever   Discovery - April 2, 2013

The damning evidence keeps rolling in with regards to volcanoes and mass extinctions. The latest is in the journal Geology regarding the mother of all extinction events - the end Permian Extinction Event 252 million years ago. The new evidence is from the Salt Range in Pakistan, where fossil plants reveal a huge input of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere that yanked the global climate into a new regime.

Sound familiar? Yeah, that's the same thing we are worried about happening under the current global warming event. Back in the Permian, it looks like it was the Siberian Traps volcanic eruption that released the carbon dioxide. Now it's humans digging up and burning fossil fuels, releasing into the atmosphere millions of years worth of naturally sequestered carbon.

The Siberian Traps are a gigantic volcanic deposit unlike anything that has been laid down in the time that humans have inhabited Earth. And that's a good thing - the timing - because it's beginning to look like these sort of jumbo lava flows - which can ebb and flow for millions of years before they are finished - are the prime suspects in most of the worst mass extinction cases in our planet's history - even the one that killed the dinosaurs.

In this particular study researchers from Norway, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Pakistan focused on carbon data locked up in land plant cuticles (essentially, the outermost layer of plant skin) and fossil wood fragments. They used the carbon-13 isotope in the plant cuticles as a proxy for atmospheric CO2 across the Permian-Triassic boundary - which is marked by the loss of 96 percent of all marine species, 70 percent of all land vertebrates, and is the only mass extinction known to have seriously perturbed insects (who otherwise tend to ride out hard times rather nicely). The Pakistan cuticle carbon reveals a shift in carbon isotopes that reflects a surge in atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Is this proof of the cause of the worst mass extinction? No. But it's pretty damning evidence and hard to come up with any other possible cause of the die off that can be found in the geological record. Does it have any bearing on us today? Only the same lesson all history has to offer: If we don't learn from it, we will be condemned to repeat it.

Volcanoes are generally found where tectonic plates are diverging or converging. A mid-oceanic ridge, for example the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, has examples of volcanoes caused by divergent tectonic plates pulling apart; the Pacific Ring of Fire has examples of volcanoes caused by convergent tectonic plates coming together. By contrast, volcanoes are usually not created where two tectonic plates slide past one another. Volcanoes can also form where there is stretching and thinning of the Earth's crust in the interiors of plates, e.g., in the East African Rift, the Wells Gray-Clearwater volcanic field and the Rio Grande Rift in North America. This type of volcanism falls under the umbrella of "Plate hypothesis" volcanism. Volcanism away from plate boundaries has also been explained as mantle plumes. These so-called "hotspots", for example Hawaii, are postulated to arise from upwelling diapirs with magma from the coreÐmantle boundary, 3,000 km deep in the Earth.