Monday, May 25, 2009

Mother Earth’s bio-systems

“It is apparent the subject of global catastrophe and cataclysm sells. You can turn the History Channel on selected days and watch four straight hours of programming about the End-Times. This is a question of which came first, the chicken or the egg? Is the media feeding a frenzy because they caused it or are they just capitalizing upon a fad?”

“Earth day was created to draw attention to the plight of Mother Earth. With each year the garbage pile grows, taxing the ability of the Earth’s bio-systems to process it. It has become apparent that it will take more effort than a tribe of hippies dancing around a May pole can muster to fix our environmental problems. If it becomes a choice of saving our GNP or our biosphere, I fear our planet is doomed. Should our environmental crisis to take a backseat to any of our other problems?”

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Edgar Cayce, Michael L. Kilday, Elwood Babbitt, 20th century

“In the later part of the 20th century, Elwood Babbitt carved out a niche for himself in the domain of deep-trance mediumship. Though not as widely-known as Edgar Cayce, Babbitt’s predictions concerning climate change, pole shift, and ancient civilizations caused many to take notice. Some of these have already come to pass. Do you consider predictions to be true and factual, or wild-ass guesses that happen to coincide with reality, and why?”