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Old 20-07-2014, 04:41 PM   #1
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Default The War on Water

On today's (7/20) Headlines page, David links to an article called "The War On the Living Consciousness of Water Here on Terra" ( http://www.zengardner.com/war-living...ousness-water/ ).

Exactly. That is precisely what is going on.

Not only are we massively polluting the water, but we are undermining its consciousness (information content) in many other ways.

For example, water want to flow in spirals yet virtually all pipes force it to flow straight. Water is known to lose a lot of its information content if it flows through lead or plastic pipes yet that is usually the case. Water picks up a lot of distortion form all the artificial EM and nuclear radiation.

Victor Schauberger documented many ways that we suppress water. These include the way we form dams and river banks. We constantly suppress water in more ways than I can list (or even know).

http://www.scribd.com/doc/50123307/V...h-Callum-Coats

Extraordinary Nature of Water - Callum Coats Pt 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC3yv-KwD_A

I could go on and on. Further, much of this "war on water" is being done deliberately as it is known the affects of many of these destructive practices on water. My point is that there definitely IS a "war on Water" at many levels but it is part of a much bigger war.

The war on ALL (natural) life, the war on consciousness.

Full spectrum dominance. Control of EVERYTHING.
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For example, water want to flow in spirals yet virtually all pipes force it to flow straight.
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Old 21-07-2014, 02:52 AM   #3
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what exemplifies water as having a conciousness? natural water never exists in an isolated form, it always has a spectrum of minerals, some with an ionic charge.

I can see how the purity is undermined with fluoride, industiral chemicals and psychotropic drugs.

The Japanese scientists experiment with water can suggest it is a carrier for thought, as frozen water subjected to love and hate emotion, formed a different crystal structure.
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The war on ALL (natural) life, the war on consciousness.

Full spectrum dominance. Control of EVERYTHING.
Do we recognise the sides in this war?
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There is also a war going on for control of water. A lot of billionaires and corporations out there would like it very much if we had to go to them to get our water.

Then we have the weather modification going on that's causing extreme drought in places like California and parts of Texas (other parts of the world also) where they are literally drying up and turning to desert.

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Water is the one thing we humans can't live without. Stating the obvious I know.

Yet we allow it to be polluted on a daily basis. From the massive island of plastic bottles out in the seas to the dumping of chemicals and rubbish into our rivers.

What comes out of our taps has chlorine, chloramine and fluoride in it. Even nitrates too. High nitrates in the summer time as well in some areas. Yet we drink it and wash in it as we are told it is safe and good for us. Most of our food is grown and watered with it.

Fracking will be the next big thing over here in the UK this year and that will add more pollution into the water table.

From what I have heard with the fracking going on in the USA it is destroying the quality of the water over there. It's literally poison coming out of their taps. Yet the government and fracking companies are allowed to do it.

Compulsary water meters are on the way as well here in the UK. All in the name of profit. And by profit I mean corporate greed.

In the UK they have total control of the water supply as it is all privately owned. I guess it will probably be like that in most of the western world or it will end up that way.

Once the water meters are all fitted the price of it will mirror gas and electric, which means it will just go up massively year on year. They will roll out bullshit stories to justify why it keeps increasing.

Eventually nature will fight back and there will be only one winner when it happens.
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Fracking is polluting the water table, there is no benefit from these corporations who are heavily subsidised from governments, these corporations are destroying the enviroment from chemicals in the air water and into humans, why do we stand for this
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Dr Curtis Duncan talks about how plastic water bottles release excess estrogen into the water.....the system is filled with evil bastardshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EEhjzxckZw

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There is also a war going on for control of water. A lot of billionaires and corporations out there would like it very much if we had to go to them to get our water.

Then we have the weather modification going on that's causing extreme drought in places like California and parts of Texas (other parts of the world also) where they are literally drying up and turning to desert.

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Totally valid points. The war is being fought at multi-levels. They want to control ALL the water AND they want to make sure the water lacks the information we need. This is totally similar to what they are doing to food. Control the food AND destroy the quality of the food.
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Our town lost its water supply on Friday. It didnt take long for the health inspectors to go out inspecting all the businesses that rely on water. Food retailers like us in particular. We were OK because we had stocked up but it had all the hallmarks of a drill.
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Lightbulb the miller's tale

I recently had an interesting chat with a Miller, he operates one of the few working water mills left in the UK. When I asked about the mill's construction, he told me that it had originally been built by local farming families. It wasn't just Agricultural Engineers, but the women and children all got involved in it. Unfortunately it seems it was a victim of its own success; once the nobility saw how productive it became, they simply claimed it as their own (it being on lands they held title to).

In the short term this was disastrous for the locals, however, in the longer term it may have interesting consequences. You see, the response of locals to having their mill taken off them was to simply cut off the source of the mill's power, the water: by blocking the leat, diverting the river and so on. So it was necessary for the nobility to be explicit about the Miller's rights to access large quantities of water. These Rights have been passed on to successive Millers and vastly predate more modern legislation. The Mill held it's own throughout the Industrial Revolution, but more recently has been operated by Artisans and Enthusiasts.

A while back the Mill came up for sale and there was interest from the local Council. They made a big thing of wanting to preserve heritage and the importance of tourism. They were so interested that they outbid other more obvious Trusts that tend to be interested in heritage properties. However, one of their first actions as owner was counter to their stated purpose; they cut off pedestrian access from the local tea rooms. The Miller is convinced that the local Council bought the mill mostly to give them control of its water rights, which only continue while it operates as a mill. He claimed that a significant part of the Council have associations with a local water company, funded by foreign investment.

With this in mind I decided to investigate who owns our water companies? It turns out many might be considered Foreign Powers.

http://money.aol.co.uk/2013/05/21/wh...ter-companies/
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Old 25-08-2014, 09:44 AM   #14
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* Protests in Hull last Saturday (Aug23)

* Ian Crane claims specialist equipment spotted going to West Newton - pos well integrity problems.

* Crawberry Castle rebuilt on verge after the one blocking the entrance taken down by bailiffs.

* Judicial Review of Balcombe planning decision due 6 Nov. Legal challenge to ignoring Representations.

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Fracking is going to spoil the Canary islands too as go ahead for it has been given yet the islands Gov't was against it,think Mainland stepped in. See www.Lanzaroteinformation.com and parts of islands have rumblings of volcanic earthquake action as it is. Greedy Corporations are so stupid-where are those people CEO's and workers going to live if they are blowing everywhere up.

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Old 26-08-2014, 11:20 AM   #16
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Exclamation Beg to Differ

Looks like Aunty's becoming more sophisticated in attempts to manipulate public opinion on Fracking...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04dn662 [42 mins]
Does this sound at all Common Purpose (psychologically manipulative) to you???
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Agree to Differ is Radio 4's new discussion programme where the aim is to give listeners a completely new way to understand a controversial issue and to decide where they stand... Agree to Differ will use techniques from mediation and conflict resolution to discover what really divides them - and just as important - if there's anything they can agree on.
So they start by introducing the Guests; George the Guardian Columnist and James the University Professor. George is described as one of the most "contentious, combative campaigners" involved in Direct Action and outspoken on Climate Change (all rather negative). James, of course, is very down-to-earth, a Physics Graduate with Post-Grad Nuclear Research experience and author on Energy Futures (positively progressive). He forecasts the future, but not unreliably like "Weather, Stock market or Horses".

They have a brief chat about influential childhood experiences (seems like some kind of Psychotherapy?) George regales trying to protect a tree in which Woodpeckers lived. Having clung on to the tree all morning (literal 'Tree Hugger'). He eventually went for lunch; only to return to a scene of destruction. He's been angry and outspoken ever since. Well as-it-happens, James' nickname at school was the (ever-cheery) "Woody Woodpecker" and of course he had pets (he's only human). He was very influenced by the Space Race orbits (weren't we all) and wanted to be an Astronaut (like all little boys), so was motivated to study science and eventually became a forward-looking Scientist/Technologist (or should that be Lecturer).

Towards the end of this Humanizing introduction they talk about problems they have as a result of expressing their passionately held beliefs. George has lost many friends over Green issues, particularly since becoming an advocate of Nuclear power as part of a Low Carbon strategy (buzzword alert). He asserts "no-one died" in the Fukushima incident (really), thus he concludes Nuclear can't be all that bad (WTF?!). Following this dubious position, we get James' recounting his subjection to "a chorus of abuse" when apparently presenting a Pro-Fracking position in Lewis. Wearing a suit is apparently a big gaffe (what?) meaning he was quite lucky to get out of the Church Hall (on a Sunday night) without violence. "You want to experiment with my 6 year old son!"

Before moving on, James expresses his mantra as "One's always got to address the strongest arguements of one's opponent" (hmmm I'll hold you to that). At 6:50 he perhaps has a Freudian slip (shuffling papers in the background) with the word "polarization"? So time to get down to business with the Mediator (Narrator) reading a statement that sounds suspiciously like it's been provided by the Industry itself [@7:00].
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Hydraulic Fracturing has been used for extracting oil and gas for decades, in fact there are already 200 onshore wells, but Fracking first hit the headlines in 2007, when the company Cuadrilla was granted an exploration license along the coast of Lancashire, for a different type of Gas - Shale Gas.
Those who've been following Fracking in the UK, will know that there's only been one example of what could be termed "Production High Volume Fracking" (of the type these companies eventually want to impose). This was at Preese Hall in Blackpool in Spring 2011. The result (among others) was earth tremors, a damaged well and a year's moratorium on Fracking (once the Authorities got wind of it).
http://www.theguardian.com/environme...ons-lancashire

Anyway seems like a blatant attempt at language manipulation (confusing labels), since it is apparently not all that uncommon to "Hydraulically Stimulate" a well or perhaps even "Pump & Dump" waste fluids into an exhausted well? At Balcombe Planning meetings Cuadrilla's agents made this statement.
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In a very legalese way, they made no mention of their intent to sell to someone who will Frack (how else would they make money?) Clearly they have a tactic of using the term "Exploratory" to obfuscate the longer term issues. Kevin Bottomley of Balcombe Parish Council made this statement at said meeting (which received applause).
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Your Officers have relied on the temporary nature of this work stage and treated it as a standalone Application. This approach fails to take account of the cumulative effects of the numerous stages of Oil Exploration (this stage being only the second). This Committee would not fall for such a cheap trick if a Housing Developer calved up his site into small parcels to evade his Affordable Housing of Community Infrastructure obligations.
OK, this post is getting a little long now. I'll continue my analysis later...

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Thumbs down Monbiot and Lucas have a lot in common

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04dn662 [@07:20]

They've done the introductions and the Narrator's read a statement (from Industry?), presented as indisputable fact. Nobody's questioned that and they're gonna now present their Respective Positions (i.e. the sides from which we can choose). Unusual to start with the Counter (anti) argument first, but here goes George...
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I accept that some of the claims about Fracking, especially the danger of Earthquakes and poisoning of ground water have been exaggerated...
This is where I spit out my coffee. I mean come on! Here's a link to some recent spin from the States following massive increases in seismic activity. http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/fr...says-1.2740425
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People feeling the ground move from induced quakes — those that are not natural, but triggered by injections of wastewater deep underground — report significantly less shaking than those who experience more normal earthquakes of the same magnitude, according to a study by U.S. Geological Survey geophysicist Susan Hough.
Anyway, having already thrown the game by completely dismissing (presumably as nutty conspiracy) two of the strongest arguments against. He goes on to list landscape damage, noise, lights, dust, lorries etc. as strong local objections, but far weaker than "contribution it makes to Global Warming". Now I've no intention of opening that particular can of worms, but surely if you're trying to convince the public of a Science/Technical issue things like seismology records and chemical tests of water are far more tangible evidence?

Anyway, he goes on to say that we've already got more Fossil Fuels than we can safely burn. We've got to leave most of them (up to 80%) in the ground (to avoid the 2 deg warming). The last thing we need is some pesky new innovative technology that can access even more. Now what struck me here was how remarkably similar this was to Caroline Lucas' statements at Balcombe? Maybe it's the truth? Maybe great minds think alike? Maybe they're singing from the same hymn sheet?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nLJogKJhpQ - Lucas explains protest aims
http://www.theguardian.com/environme...-anti-fracking

Ohhh, look what media organisation is broadcasting the only narrative sympathetic to the Protesters? The Guardian. Note also that the arrest was on a Bank Holiday Monday, as part of the well-publicized Reclaim the Power event - certainly no delivery trucks expected then? So why the need for the Police to use torture (I mean pressure points) to move on the Actorvists???


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On today's (7/20) Headlines page, David links to an article called "The War On the Living Consciousness of Water Here on Terra" ( http://www.zengardner.com/war-living...ousness-water/ ).

Exactly. That is precisely what is going on.

Not only are we massively polluting the water, but we are undermining its consciousness (information content) in many other ways.

For example, water want to flow in spirals yet virtually all pipes force it to flow straight. Water is known to lose a lot of its information content if it flows through lead or plastic pipes yet that is usually the case. Water picks up a lot of distortion form all the artificial EM and nuclear radiation.

Victor Schauberger documented many ways that we suppress water. These include the way we form dams and river banks. We constantly suppress water in more ways than I can list (or even know).

http://www.scribd.com/doc/50123307/V...h-Callum-Coats

Extraordinary Nature of Water - Callum Coats Pt 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CC3yv-KwD_A

I could go on and on. Further, much of this "war on water" is being done deliberately as it is known the affects of many of these destructive practices on water. My point is that there definitely IS a "war on Water" at many levels but it is part of a much bigger war.

The war on ALL (natural) life, the war on consciousness.

Full spectrum dominance. Control of EVERYTHING.
Great OP.

Schauberger, and his research into water is ignored in academia. Much to the peril of many due to retreating water tables. He knew how to stop this abuse of the planets most vital resource.

Yes it is a war on human consciousness. They are fighting it because they are afraid of it.

Also worth noting.

That the war on terror. Is a war on Terra.

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There is also a war going on for control of water. A lot of billionaires and corporations out there would like it very much if we had to go to them to get our water.

Then we have the weather modification going on that's causing extreme drought in places like California and parts of Texas (other parts of the world also) where they are literally drying up and turning to desert.

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To not have Drought, gonna need Moisture.

http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/e...et-california/




http://okanaganchemtrails.blog.ca/20...today-5701784/

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Collecting Rainwater Now Illegal in Many States as Big Government Claims Ownership Over our Water

Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are quickly eroding as the nation transforms from the land of the free into the land of the enslaved, but what I'm about to share with you takes the assault on our freedoms to a whole new level.

full article : http://whatsupic.com/news-politics-usa/1403951232.html
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