Once and a while I get passionate about a topic and feel I have to write or sound the alarm. Often I hear someone speak or have read something and for some reason it sticks. For me clairvoyance in part has been the numerous ideas and bits of information stored away in the unconscious mind that gets triggered later, surfaces and becomes a moment of revelation.
Many years ago I was helping on a film (in the mid 1980s) documenting an environmental conference in Toronto. Not too many people were in attendance because everyone thought environmentalists were wackos and that global warming was psuedo science even though at that time people like David Suzuki were sounding the alarm bells.
A man spoke who very much affected me, he was a pilot and of Native American descent; he was part of a project to measure ozone holes in the upper ionosphere (I am not sure if people are even doing that right now). He said if the holes get any bigger then watch out there is going to be a lot of problems with microbes, the Ozone layer is part of the Earth’s immune system and an important barrier to keeping out microbes (some of these are harmful to our health). He claimed this would be the most serious problem facing humanity in the future. I remember pondering this information and it remained with me over the decades.
One of the most persistent health problems that comes up in my readings with clients is to take care of their blood. The best way to be disease resistant is to take care of your immune system, eliminate sugars of all kinds, eat less meat, grow your own food and live stress free by meditating and living mindfully. My father used to say the way to grow healthy plants in your garden is not to use pesticides but to look after and build up the soil. When you look after your blood, you are looking after your soil.
Today I read an article and I have copied the section which caught my attention verbatim;
“Researchers studying ways to detect early rejection of transplants in humans have uncovered a vast array of microbes in the human body previously unknown to science.
Stanford University’s professor of bioengineering and applied physics Stephen Quake and colleagues made the discovery by looking at the cell-free DNA circulating in blood plasma.
Of all the non-human DNA fragments the team gathered, 99 percent of them failed to match anything in existing genetic databases the researchers examined.
Quake says most of the DNA fragments were from proteobacteria, which includes such pathogens as E. coli and Salmonella. Previously unknown viruses were also found.”
One of the best things you can do for your health and the health of Mother Earth is to take care of the her and be an ambassador for positive change; take that on for yourself and for those seven generations.
© Lorraine Hughes 2017