Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The Voracious Economics of Chemtrails, GEO Engineering & Global Climate Manipulation

Video: "Why in the World are They Spraying?" Official Trailer 
Source: YouTube video by Truthmediaproduction 

“The Filmmakers are encouraging everyone who purchases a DVD
to make copies and hand them out for free.”

As luck would have it, we have come across a film, Why in the World are They Spraying? —official trailer, above—which warrants an update to the previous blog we wrote on the subject back in March, The Mad Science of Chemtrails, GEO Engineering & Global Climate Experimentation.

In our article, we described in general what chemtrails and geo engineering are, and explored why we considered this global experiment to be, quite frankly, an exercise in insanity (in keeping with this humanity’s history of ignoring Murphy’s Law and creating disasters of all shapes and sizes).

As it turns out, Why in the World are They Spraying is likewise an update to a previous film, What in the World are They Spraying? 

Without revealing any spoilers, it’s not outrageous to arrive at the simple conclusion that geo-engineering via chemtrails and/or other means is climate manipulation for the sake of basic economic and geo-political gain.

The same old game: Money and Power.

Cartoon: Democratic Power Trumped by Economic Power  By David Fitzsimmons, Arizona Daily Star, Cagle Cartoons  
Source: mediagallery.usatoday.com: David Fitzsimmons cartoons

We chose the above cartoon for the obvious reason that in this particular case, power falls from the sky. The premise is quite simple, really: if you control the weather, you control the planet.

Now, Genesis Eco Fund is no place to discuss what are dismissed as “conspiracy theories.” It’s a simple statement of fact. Whoever manages to control the world’s weather can, in fact, enact such power over the fate of nations and their peoples, that they will effectively control the world.


If, in our last blog on the subject, we emphasized Murphy’s Law and the Achilles heel of our irrational yet persistent belief that we are masters of the consequences of our scientific and technological pursuits, then it’s worthwhile observing our track record at “Lording over Nature.”

While on the surface it may appear, one might argue, that 20th and 21st Century humankind has advanced in leaps and bounds in our ability to control and manipulate nature, the fact remains that humanity’s controlled impact is negligible.

Sure, there are anecdotal tales of people locked in a struggle for their very survival against nature; three of which are explored in John McPhee’s book, The Control of Nature. At the end of the day, the forces of this planet (and beyond) far out power, outclass and outweigh humanity’s power.  It’s no contest.

Image: The Control of Nature by John McPhee book cover

What this humanity must try and comprehend is that we are a part of the planet and of nature, much like any organ is a part of a larger organism; every organism is a part of a larger ecosystem.

If any of our cells begin to exhibit behaviour which attempts to usurp the authority of the body to regulate and maintain optimum stasis for itself, those cells are attacked by the immune system. We call such behaviour cancerous. If it’s a foreign body, we call it infection.

Truly, how else can humanity’s attempt to control the world via geo-engineering be seen as anything other than a cancer? This is not adaptation; evolution; or any other euphemism the scientific community—or those in power who fund their research—can muster up in defense of their actions.

Simply put, it’s an attempt to continue a different kind of insanity which infects the psyche of our ill-fated humanity: the irrational belief that we can keep on doing the same thing we’ve always done and get away with it.

Imagine the insanity of such beliefs being endorsed, promoted and facilitated by so-called objective, rational science? That somehow, although stars and planets themselves die, we can find a way to cheat death, manipulate and fundamentally alter our host planet (regardless of the consequences for other beings on it), and “keep the party going”…with our favourite game, money and power, intact.

In the Hindu tradition, Divine Mother Nature can manifest herself in one of three possible ways. One being Kali, Destroyer of Worlds.

Image: Kali, Goddess of Destruction 

It is time for those with power and money, the ones desperate to hold onto it (and grow it), to comprehend that myth or no myth, the reality embodied by the sacred symbology of Kali is all around us, and that there is no technology born of infinitesimally small intellect that can stop the singular, relentless destructive potential of nature, any more than technology can cheat death.

Why not? Because both death and destruction are essential to the very mechanism and success of life itself! The other “versions” of Mother Nature are birth and sacrifice (that is, giving rise to new life from the primordial womb of nature and sustaining said life by sacrificing the body of nature).

Notice how “wealth and power” are simply not part of the equation; neither will chemtrails and geo-engineering ever be. Try as they might, the power-mad and money-hungry cannot and will not succeed.

But not before they cause a good deal more problems for all of us. It’s just another reason why Genesis Eco Fund’s mandate of promoting indoor ecosystems is so important. We just can’t continue counting on the traditional environment “out there” to provide for us and support us, not when Mother Nature has madmen and their science insane geo-economic manipulations to contend with.

Watch the full film here:

Video: "Why in the World are They Spraying?" Documentary HD 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Through the Eyes of an Evolutionary Biologist, Paradise is for the Birds:
Cornel Lab of Ornithology’s Project Explores New Guinea’s Birds of Paradise

VIDEO: Birds-of-Paradise Project Introduction

“The bird of paradise alights only on the hand that does not grasp.”
~ John Berry

The above quotation by John Berry perhaps sums up the sad triumph of Cornel Lab of Ornithology’s Birds of Paradise Project.

To begin, we wish to take nothing away from the tremendous dedication and sacrifice of Evolutionary Biologist Ed Scholes and Wildlife Photojournalist Tim Laman, who spent the better part of a decade trekking into the dense unforgiving jungles of New Guinea to study and document the Birds of Paradise on a scale never before attempted.

Still, we cannot help but feel deep sympathy for these two intrepid explorers and their guides who, despite obviously having a fair amount of material and technical support from a major U.S. academic institution, seem somehow desperate in their attempts to grasp what they experienced, having only the framework of evolutionary biology to work with.

Consider the Shapeshifting behaviour of Birds of Paradise:

VIDEO: Shapeshifting

In the Introduction to the Birds of Paradise Project, the questions are repeatedly asked: “How? Why?” How did these adaptations and behaviours evolve? And why only in New Guinea and nowhere else in the world? The tone in Scholes’ voice is almost pained; desperate to try to understand a riddle which his lifetime-developed and indoctrinated paradigm is hard-pressed to answer. And yet, he has no choice but to force his theories into Darwin’s framework. Laboured, and somewhat comical, like trying to cram a dozen clowns into a VW Beetle—tragic, when you stop thinking about it and observe it for what it is.

Here’s a segment on Dance behaviours of Birds of Paradise:

VIDEO: Dance

The term used by evolutionary biologists is Speciation. It is a term that is believed to have been coined by biologist Orator F. Cook (Source: wikipedia.org: Speciation). We take it to be an updated expression of Darwin’s famous “Origin of Species,” although speciation itself refers to specific modalities of so-called “natural selection.”

Now, it is obvious that evolution is a real mechanic of nature within species. It is obvious that species change over time and that new species do, in fact, appear. However, to assume that evolution is the only way for new—and especially complex and particularly spectacular species and behaviours—to appear is close-minded and grossly limiting.   

Meet all 39 species of New Guniea’s Birds of Paradise for yourself and decide if all are just products of random evolutionary events:

VIDEO: 39 Species

The point we are making is that a deep appreciation of nature takes place not in the cold rationalizations of a logical intellect—which wants to reduce all of nature to a mechanical clockwork, and occurrences within nature to random chance—but in the expansive and warm comprehensions of the heart.

Where the intellect’s capabilities end, the intuition’s begin. There is a knowing that is possible without thinking, and it is in this place of none-thought that true Paradise can be perceived—directly, unobstructed by the incessant chattering, squabbling, contradicting thoughts of a conditioned ego- intellect.

The truth is neither this nor that; neither A nor B, nor even A+B. Theories are not reflections of reality, and even measurements are only a shadow of what is actually there. Reality is more subtle than all that. Too subtle, in fact, for the crude materialistic intellect. This is simply a statement of fact.

All struggles of materialist scientists bumping against the glass ceiling of their field—be it evolutionary biology, theoretical physics, quantum theory, and certainly human physiology and psychology—is an expression of this phenomenon: the universe is not definable in materialist scientific terms.  Nature is not cold and mechanical. It simply isn’t. If it were, how could it inspire the heart? The evolution we observe is the crudest shadow of real, authentic evolution…

To comprehend the real nature of things requires a completely different kind of evolution: it requires true human evolution…us to evolve into true human beings. That evolution is a revolution…a revolution of consciousness. Sadly for the Birds of Paradise of New Guinea, their true nature and supreme intelligentsia will go on completely unknown to modern science. And the brilliant circumstances of their true origin will elude this humanity for some time to come.

Anyone who spends any length of time with an open mind—an empty cup—in the company of an ecosystem, will have an opportunity to access the true, conscious and 100% non-mechanical origin of species; when one moves beyond the origin of species and into the origin of experience itself.

Perhaps we should let the Birds of Paradise speak for themselves:

Video: Sound: and the Birds-of-Paradise