June 23, 2020

True Freedom

Filed under: Action,EMF Proof,History — Tags: , , , , , — Michael Dagen @ 8:33 am

So friends what have you been up to during this world wide reset? How far have you slipped down the rabbit hole of questioning… everything?

Thankfully, you and I have the free will choice of what we will consent to and what we will participate in. One beautifully unpredictable aspect of humans is our ability to rapidly adapt to new circumstances and this is exactly what I’ve been putting my energy into these daze.

The past few months have been challenging in many ways to say the least, but having all this extra time on my hands has opened me up to some rather remarkable discoveries. I am reading Arthur Firstenberg’s book; “The Invisible Rainbow” which connects major illnesses, disease and world wide flu outbreaks in the past with solar electromagnetic activity and technological releases throughout history. The book details how in 1889 power lines were first introduced coinciding with the 1889 influenza pandemic… in 1918 the radio era began which was the same year of the great Spanish flu pandemic… radar was first used in 1957 which matches the Asian flu pandemic of 1957 and the satellite era began in 1968 which ushered in the Hong Kong flu pandemic that same year. See a pattern?

Humans are highly sensitive electrical beings, so any changes to our environment or terrain if you wish, are going to likely have affects on us. Cellular phone companies began deploying 5G technology worldwide in 2019. China officially launches 5G networks on November 1, 2019. So here once again we have a correlation between a worldwide “pandemic” and the release of a new technology. So how might we adapt to our changing environment?

Through my research, I have come across information that suggests the number one thing we can do is to have an EMF (electromagnetic field) proof sleeping environment which provides our bodies time to heal and repair, so we are more capable of handling our ever increasing EMF world. Of course, don’t forget about eliminating as many other toxins as possible to give your body a break including: avoiding GMOs & pesticides (grow your own food or find clean sources), avoid chemical laden water (this could get easier in the near future) and last but not least eliminate the stress in your life as much as possible. May I also suggest getting da hell’ out the cities while you can!

Over the last few months I have been building an EMF proof apartment in my basement. My strategy is to use wiring shielded in metal conduit with all of the walls and entire ceiling first covered by reflective bubble insulation overlayed with metal panels. I’m still working out what to do about the windows and will either bite the bullet and buy silver lined fabric for curtains or temporarily create inserts for the windows using the reflective bubble insulation. It has also been shown with an EMF meter that metal screens have some shielding capabilities.

I titled one of my previous posts; “Pass Through the Gate” and honestly I believe if you pass through the gate and leave fear and division behind at this time, you will have the potential to achieve true freedom. There is an opportunity right now to redesign our lives and come together to create better communities, states, governments and a better world. This involves no longer looking outside of ourselves for leadership. Remember that you are the leader of your own life and government is only there to serve.

“He only earns his freedom and his life who takes them every day by storm”. Goethe

So are you ready for true freedom???

August 8, 2012

Sand Point Saga

Filed under: Action,Gardening,History — Tags: , , , , — Ralph E. Cook @ 3:50 am

Dear Campers,

This year for Independents Day we decided to drive our own sand point well here at camp.  After 33 days and many lessons learned we now have free water!  Why run a point you may ask?  Answer: the chemicals silly.  Why water your garden with fluoride and chlorine?

As you can see we hit sand and gravel 2.5 feet down.  You would think that this would make for easy pounding, but their was nothing easy about driving this sand point.  The post pounder that we had borrowed had a broken handle on one side and after awhile the other handle came loose.  Lesson one:  you can borrow or rent for cheap a heavy duty reinforced post pounder from most hardware stores.  If I would have known this, I would have still been able to write my name for a few days after pounding.  This brings us to lesson two:  find some friends and neighbors to help you drive the well.  We were fortunate to have help from our neighbors on this project, but let me tell you the MORE THE MERRIER!

So at the end of the first day our pipe had started to slant to one side because we had hit a rock, but after discovering water at 14 feet, I was still hopeful that everything would work out.  The next morning I pounded a few more feet until the pipe broke about 8 feet down!  Lesson three:  shop around for your well supplies cause this shit ain’t cheep!   We were hell bent on driving this point for the 4th of July so I had just picked everything up at one place.  Now that I had to do it all again I found out that the farm supply stores are a good place to find the cheapest point, but you want to buy your pipe at a hardware store that threads pipe. So rather than dowsing to find the “easiest” place for my next attempt, I just moved a few feet over and started the pounding process again.  This time I hit water at 14 feet, but had read ONLINE that you want to drive the well until the pipe will stay filled with water when you pour down it.  This caused me to drive down to 21 feet, but when I tried the pump, it had pressure but no water came out.  Lesson 4 & 5:  it’s best to find someone who has lived through a few sagas and for me this person was the guy at the pipe threading hardware store.  He informed me that no you don’t need the pipe to stay filled with water and that I had likely drove the well too deep!  So next the neighbors and I tried to exhume this dead well with a bumper jack which was no easy task for us or the jack, so finally the jack gave up and broke.  This lead to asking for help from a different neighbor who has a few large toys to play with and I’m glad I did because the well was so stuck in the clay that the back tires of the front end loader started to come off the ground and then finally the point resurfaced.

So when I went to the threading store to pickup the pounder for the 4th time, I asked if I could drive down the same hole as before and the answer was yes.  A few hours later I was taking one of the coldest/best feeling showers of my life!  At first the water was pretty silty, but after pumping for awhile it started to clean up.  The water tastes great, just like old fashioned farm water, but I do plan to send it in to be tested before sharing it with anyone.  A good sign is that Smokey the dog likes it.  The best part is now the produce from our garden will be chemical free.  If you are still living in the fluoride fog, I recommend checking this site out:  http://www.fluoridealert.org/

It is time we ended this forced flawed experiment!

Much love,

US

April 16, 2012

Barter Fest 2012 September 22nd

Filed under: Action,Barter Fest,History — Tags: , — Ralph E. Cook @ 7:00 pm

 

Less than six months left until this year’s Barter Fest September 22nd, 2012!  This may be the time to align your stars so that you may attend.  All visitors are sure to make friends with official Abandoned Scout Camp dog: Smokey.  You may find him in the belly of the beast:

http://www.facebook.com/people/Barter-Fest/637293813

April 4, 2011

What the heck is in our food?

Filed under: Action,Food,History — Ralph E. Cook @ 5:37 am

April 27, 2010

So what ya gonna Barter?

Filed under: Art,Barter Fest,Camping,Gardening,History,Music — Tags: — Ralph E. Cook @ 5:54 pm

The Hewitt Barter Fest is an all day trade stuff/music/camping Festival held September 18th, 2010 in Hewitt, MN.  Please contact us if you have questions and or would like to be apart of the fun!

April 6, 2010

Hewitt is Happening!

Filed under: Action,History — Tags: — Ralph E. Cook @ 1:20 pm


Hewitt Public School, built in 1910+1911, now houses the Hewitt Museum

Believe it or not, Hewitt is Happening!

http://www.inhnews.com/year10/mar/mar17/hewittmuseum.html

Track the progress…gulp…on face book?:

https://www.facebook.com/HewittPublicSchoolMuseum

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