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PSTV Recommends: Building Man – Hereford April 28, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Health, PSTV Recommends, Shelter, Trade.
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If you fancy getting a little more hands on with the ‘Build Phase’ of our evolutionary expansion then book yourself in for a 4 day volunteering effort at the first ever Building Man festival in Hereford between the 6th – 27th May.

Find out more from: http://buildingman.org/

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Our Place in the Sun March 4, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Environment, Governance, Guidance, PSTV Recommends, Science, Shelter, Spirituality.
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“Astronauts who have seen the Earth from space have often described the ‘overview effect’ as an experience that has transformed their perspective of the planet and mankind’s place upon it, and enabled them to perceive it as our shared home, without boundaries between nations or species.”

PSTV recommends:
The Overview Effect – Planetary Collective

This short film encapsulates the moment of realisation, shared by many astronauts who are able to reflect on the singularity of Earth and their part in the development of its story. Many who have reported this kind of experience liken it to a Nirvana state but, instead of reaching out of the body and into a larger conscious awareness through states of meditation, they remain in their body and are able to see Planet Earth as a singular entity – out there, in the blackness of space.

As I watched, I reflected on recent thoughts about the cultivation of a sovereign mindset that is rippling around out there in the human realm and relating this to the sovereignty of a conscious planetary being, also presumably aware in a holistic capacity of its role in the ‘bigger picture’ and a willing host to all this mayhem.

Whilst it is so safe and ‘normal’ to feel that we are in our bodies and attached to our ego interpretation of self there is that ever more prescient desire for an experience that is not so attached to that limiting perspective. I found myself remembering the first time I looked at the moon through a telescope and, on seeing the ball bristling with craters instead of the flat illuminated disk, I felt my consciousness warp as I realized and felt for the first time in my life that I was standing on a planet flying through space.

It is this kind of experience that I am searching for – something that gives me an entirely new perspective on my reality and life here on Earth, standing on fresh ground, fertile with ideas and outside the limitations of the current world view. Most importantly, I want to share that new experience with others, increasing our reality bubble ten thousand fold until we burst into a new era.

This wave of personal sovereignty in all its potential is building through numerous movements towards freedom that offer mechanisms to disengage with The System. Many of these methods encourage engaging in a new relationship with our public infrastructure from a perspective that knows that something is deeply wrong with the way The System operates (i.e. benefiting a few rather than many). Born from a desire to make sense of the world in which they find themselves, millions of people everywhere must be looking for a way out.

Here are a few examples of groups who are helping others to jump ship:

The Peoples Public Trust (PPT)
See: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKgdAX_hqV8 for more.

One Peoples Public Trust (OPPT)
Or here: http://wakeup-world.com/2013/02/18/all-corporations-banks-and-governments-lawfully-foreclosed-by-oppt/

The Universal Community Trust (UCT)
More here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSoA8qQW2uQ

(Our UK based PPT has recently been met with a US based group using almost the same name – the OPPT. This interesting development will hopefully not engender too much conflict or confusion… suffice to say, the UK’s PPT came first!)

Each group offers various ways to extricate oneself from the state machine and all are worth researching for their different merits. Inevitably however, the onus will be on each individual making life choices for him/herself that can facilitate the movement from one reality to another. There is a need for us to move together and be visible and audible in our decisions, moving steadily and with determination, finding The Others who will make the journey smoother but ultimately real change comes from within us all on an individual level.

This gradual transformation takes me back to the changing body of planet Earth and its natural cycles of growth and decay. Consider, perhaps that a conscious entity in its own right has made itself available for this breakthrough of conscious experience and is engaging with us in the journey. Our own bodies and our inner worlds are tied to this expansion, we have asked for this experience and we will either decide to change and adapt with the flow or stay embedded in the lesson, still searching for something…

For more muse-ment on planetary consciousness and the human condition watch:
A Place in the Sun – Heathcote Williams

The End of ‘The Grid’ as we know it January 20, 2013

Posted by Holly Rose Wood in Communications, Energy, Environment, Shelter, Technology.
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Our global system of electrical power generation and distribution (“the grid”), upon which every facet of our modern life is utterly dependent, in its current form is extremely vulnerable to severe geomagnetic storms of a magnitude that tends to strike our planet on an average of approximately once every 70 to 100 years.

To read the full article goto Matt Stern’s website – When Technology Fails

Highly recommended –  Watch the Project Camelot interview with Matt here: http://projectcamelotportal.com/kerrys-blog/1513-new-release-matt-stein-when-tech-fails

Excerpt: “Our global system of electrical power generation and distribution (“the grid”), upon which every facet of our modern life is utterly dependent, in its current form is extremely vulnerable to severe geomagnetic storms of a magnitude that tends to strike our planet on an average of approximately once every 70 to 100 years. We depend on this grid to maintain food production and distribution, telecommunications, Internet services, medical services, military defense, transportation, government, water treatment, sewage and garbage removal, refrigeration, oil refining and gas pumping, and to conduct all forms of commerce.

Unfortunately, the world’s nuclear power plants, as they are currently designed, are critically dependent upon maintaining connection to a functioning electrical grid, for all but relatively short periods of electrical blackouts, in order to keep their reactor cores continuously cooled so as to avoid catastrophic reactor core meltdowns and spent fuel rod storage pond fires.

If an extreme GMD were to cause widespread grid collapse (which it most certainly will), in as little as one or two hours after each nuclear reactor facility’s backup generators either fail to start, or run out of fuel, the reactor cores will start to melt down. After a few days without electricity to run the cooling system pumps, the water bath covering the spent fuel rods stored in “spent fuel ponds” will boil away, allowing the stored fuel rods to melt down and burn [2]. Since the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) currently mandates that only one week’s supply of backup generator fuel needs to be stored at each reactor site, it is likely that after we witness the spectacular night-time celestial light show from the next extreme GMD we will have about one week in which to prepare ourselves for Armageddon.

To do nothing is to behave like ostriches with our heads in the sand, blindly believing that “everything will be okay,” as our world inexorably drifts towards the next naturally recurring, 100%  inevitable, super solar storm and resultant extreme GMD. The result of which in short order will end the industrialized world as we know it, incurring almost incalculable suffering, death, and environmental destruction on a scale not seen since the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago.

The  End of “The Grid” As We Know It

There are records from the 1850s to today of roughly one hundred significant geomagnetic solar storms, two of which in the last 25 years were strong enough to cause millions of dollars worth of damage to key components that keep our modern grid powered. In March of 1989, a severe solar storm induced powerful electric currents in grid wiring that fried a main power transformer in the HydroQuebec system, causing a cascading grid failure that knocked out power to 6 million customers for nine hours while also damaging similar transformers in New Jersey and the United Kingdom. More recently, in 2003 a solar storm of lesser intensity, but longer duration, caused a blackout in Sweden and induced powerful currents in the South African grid that severely damaged or destroyed fourteen of their major power transformers, impairing commerce and comfort over major portions of that country as they were forced to resort to massive rolling blackouts that dragged on for many months.

Read the full article here: When Technology Fails http://www.whentechfails.com/node/1545