Around the curve in New Zealand (Part One)
Listen to Bruce Lipton talking about the ‘new edge of science’, his experiences in that realm and of the necessity for a massive shift in our belief systems to realize our connectivity to the invisible world, of energy fields, consciousness, quantum physics, the journey of our soul … of spirit, Avatar and specifically, that it is essential for humanity to come into alignment at a very deep level within nature - as community.
Following the current Darwinian line of survival of the fittest, winner takes all, is taking us all (if we remain a semi conscious species) to the abyss. Particularly when the current leadership and business model that is running the present reality has no relationship to the sacredness of being, let alone nature, the source from which we spring.
With the “new knowing” that we individually and collectively can actively shape a totally new paradigm and transform human endevour on this, our home planet - is the imperative of the moment! So let’s take an impassioned in-breath, let go of old thought forms and actively be this change.
“Is mining undermining the community in NZ and our global standing?”
Denis Tegg, the spokesperson for Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki. A member of the group since the early 1980s, involved in all components of the campaign - bringing communities together, raising awareness, media, peaceful and non-violent direct action, political lobbying, etc. A lawyer, he lives in Thames.
Question: How is it that it only needs the Prime Minister and the Minister for Conservation to say yes to mining? No one else and no Act of Parliament is required!
Gold mining generates huge volumes of hazardous waste (tailings), which is dumped in a tailings dam. The gold is only a tiny proportion of the material extracted, less than 10 parts in one million.
The gold is extracted using cyanide, so safe storage of the mine waste poses a serious problem. Waste rock (overburden) that is not processed, as well as the highly toxic processed waste, is hazardous. Processed rock takes up several times more volume once extracted. The tailings stay toxic for thousands of years. The Newmont, Waihi Gold Tailings dam is on a massive scale of the hazardous waste that is generated – 40 million cubic meters.
However, it is more complex and serious than this.
Coromandel with its high rainfall, sensitive shellfish beds plus its Clean Green overseas tourist image if it starts mining, puts NZ's stature at risk, while the government’s supposed take of less than 5 million dollars per annum in royalties defies logic.
What can we as an aware, cohesive community do?
Listen to a clear and coherent 50 minute understanding of the issues regarding why we must never desecrate this land, and instead honour it for its natural beauty and diversity. PLUS learn some simple methods of how to take action.
Wade Doak is NZ’s equivalent to Jacques Cousteau having spent over 50 years as a aquanaut around New Zealand's coastline, interacting underwater with all species, researching the local ocean ecosystems, especially where the land meets the sea and the diverse interactions take place in these environments.
Author of a large number of books, films and documentaries, Wade is better known overseas than he is here in NZ.
Wade is also a world authority on dolphins having studied and swum with them in the wild and he has traveled extensively overseas sharing his knowledge on these most intelligent of creatures.
Yet, his knowingness on so many levels as to how the ocean systems work and the biota that inhabit them and the urgent need to lock away more areas as reserves and sanctuaries is now an important issue that Wade speaks passionately for.
As we gain a greater knowing that our planet is a gigantic living super system that connects all biota into a complex web of life, what are we going to leave future generations is foremost on his mind, as it is becoming for more and more people on this planet today. Listen to an engrossing story of contact with inhabitants of the undersea world.
Here in NZ we are in need of more electricity, we have around 40 dams on some of our largest rivers. These dams are up to 40 to 50 years old, with generators that are based on old technologies.
For some unknown reason, the NZ government and the engineers over the last 20 years have not talked about recalibrating the turbines to use higher gearing ratios and more refined hydrodynamic blades and rotational systems to extract another 30% to 40% plus power out of these numerous dams that let the water go after only partially extracting what energy it carries.
It is a scandal that we are not being innovative and reinventing ways to use this water that we have harnessed. Where are the visionaries, our brilliant ones, our clever engineers?
However, behind the scenes are gathering groups of people experimenting with high technologies going back as far as Nikola Tesla, Victor Shauberger to John Bedini & others, and what is happening is that experimenters all over the world are now sharing information needed to “open source” the technology of free energy.
Paul Larkin is part of a group, who wish to introduce breakthrough technologies that have the power to radically transform our planet & way of life.
Free energy motors devices & systems, use a small amount of input power to draw a larger amount from the surrounding environment ... impossible?
So long as the energy comes from somewhere this does not violate the laws of physics ... in fact several devices in common use already do this, including fridges, heat pumps & air-conditioning. We can also do this electrically….
By redesigning our technology we can create electrical devices such as motors & generators that collect “radiant electricity ”from the “Active Vacuum” or Ether.
There is no energy crisis ... there is a crises in consciousness!
All we need is the will & consciousness to create a new reality ... which eagerly awaits us.
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