Teasing rain…

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Posted by Annie in Outdoors, Tuolumne County, Twain Harte News on September 13, 2015

The garden is suffering, the trees are suffering and the deer are suffering, as the rain teases us once again.  I wonder if I did a rain dance if that would help?  Maybe some of the Mi Wuk can help us out?

Geiger-Müller radiation detector.

Geiger-Müller radiation detector.

The good news is the air is starting to clear, in Twain Harte anyway.  Visibility still sucks but the humidity is a certain relief.  I just wish it would rain.

If it does actually rain, please protect your skin.  I don’t know why no one is talking about acid rain, but the rain is not clean, not only does it have fine particulates of aluminium, it has the potential of having high amounts of radiation.  Get your Geiger counter dusted off, and check around the area where you live.

Radiation levels are huge on the beaches, but then it gets up in the rain and travels long distances. Radiation levels are up all over the country. You can’t see, smell or taste radiation but it causes cancers, tumors, leukemia and other potentially lethal diseases.

We got a little sprinkling, nothing to write home to mom about.  Maybe we will get more tonight?

Dealing with Weather Modification

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Posted by Annie in Opinion, Outdoors, Political, Twain Harte News on July 10, 2015

If you have you been following my posts on Facebook, you would know how concerned I am about our environment and those that have to live in it… namely, all of us. We all have to live here and we are being poisoned almost on a daily basis.

Twain Harte June 2015

Twain Harte June 8, 2015

I can’t tell you how many friends have died from lung cancer — the non-smoking kind, which kills roughly 85%. Non-small cell lung cancer accounts for about 85 percent of lung cancers according to the Lung Cancer Fact Sheet. This is the non-smoking kind. They leave out that little tidbit.

This one skirts the issue: Types and Staging of Lung Cancer

Small cell lung cancer accounts for the remaining 15 percent of lung cancers in the United States. Small cell lung cancer results from smoking even more so than non-small cell lung cancer, and grows more rapidly and spreads to other parts of the body earlier than non-small cell lung cancer. It is also more responsive to chemotherapy.”

There should be a period after that last bold portion.  They don’t want you to know – or perhaps they don’t know themselves – that large amounts of aerosolized aluminum particles are being released into the atmosphere. It goes directly to the brain and lungs.  It’s too small to be filtered out and it leads to lung cancer.

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Highway 108 – June 2015

This site just lies. 5 Causes of Lung Cancer in Non-Smokers – Oh, maybe these are some causes of lung cancer but certainly not all. This is just not true…

“While cigarette smoking is an undisputed cause of lung cancer…”

I’ve tried calling my congressmen and women. They just don’t care. So, even though they are breaking the Nuremberg laws, until we can prosecute those responsible, we are just going to have to try to live with it. Just how does one go about “living with it”. With the Nuremberg Code, the first item is: 1. The voluntary consent of the human subject is absolutely essential. I did not give my consent to be experimented on.  Did you?

Chemtrails And Aluminum
Harm Heart, Lungs And Plants
By Ted Twietmeyer

… Much of that material can be from chem-trail fallout from aluminum and barium oxide. What goes up, must come down. And all of us are breathing it. Sickness almost always visits communities within 1-3 days after the spraying has taken place. Headaches, coughs that won’t go away, sore throats and head and upper chest congestion are not uncommon. Your body does not want this metal embedding itself in your respiratory tract. It becomes an irritant.

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East Sonora – June 2015

So, basically we are on our own to fend for ourselves. Believe it or not, there are some things you can do to lessen the geoengineering effects on your body. Here are a few things you can do for yourself and your loved ones.

What step can you take to protect your health?

  1. Avoid contact with the rain. Protect your skin. Use Lugol’s Iodine Solution in any collected rain water before using. Lugol’s Iodine: Treatment and Side Effects is packed full of information. We take Iodoral. It helps my body cope with the radiation and the aluminum.
  2. When you notice the sky hazing over and the sun is totally blocked, limit your time outside, if possible, use your air conditioner if you have one, and recycle inside air so you’re not exposing yourself any more than absolutely necessary. It’s getting ready to come down, when it does you will want to limit exposure.
  3. Use essential oils in your home.  Lemon, Grapefruit, Eucalyptus are great oils to use, even just diffusing lavender will help.  They will help your lungs and freshen the air.
  4. Consider using Colloidal Silver or Alpha Lipoic Acid to help get the heavy metals out of your body. If you have the money and are suffering greatly, you might want to look into chelation therapy.
  5. Put plenty of saturated fats in your diet. Coconut oil, real olive oil, lard, butter, etc… These will help your brain to function and remain alert.
  6. Blow your nose often to help clear out those particulates.
  7. Eat organic fruits and vegetables, especially those on the dirty dozen list.
  8. Be sure to get plenty of magnesium, vitamin D, vitamin C and B-12, as well as any others you feel would be helpful.
  9. Be mindful that aluminum is cumulative in the body, and it will interact with other chemicals and other metals in your body. They react differently because we all have different chemicals in our body.  So protect yourself by limiting your exposure to chemicals in shampoo, soaps and other sources. Start reading labels and make lists.

Everyone’s body is different.  What works for me, may not work for you. One thing is certain we need to build our immune system up so that we can fight the radiation, aluminum and other toxic substances we have no choice but to endure.

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Plants, Chickens and Wildlife

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Posted by Annie in gardening, Organic, Outdoors on July 6, 2015

Cherry Tomato Plant

Cherry Tomato Plant

So far my garden isn’t looking too bad this year for someone who knows nothing and I’m fighting the spraying, which seems to be going on constantly. I’ve got three large tomatoes about 20 cherry tomatoes and the promise of more.

Either the deer or the chickens are eating the tops off my pepper plants again this year. That’s what happened last year. I never been able to grow any peppers, heck, I never even had one baby pepper grow last year. I’ve keep them close to the house.

I just have to be smarter than a chicken, right? I am guarding that little pepper with my life. I am determined to get at least one.

Tiny baby Pepper!

Tiny baby Pepper!

Because of the drought, and the aluminum, I have been adding a little Lugol’s Iodine Solution in the rain water I catch. I believe it will help clear toxins out of the soil.

Lugol’s Iodine:  An Important Detoxification Tool

I’ve also been using baking soda, Epson salts, peroxide, and organic sea kelp on my soil, it seems to help. If I have plants that aren’t doing well because of the intense sun, I put them in the green house.  It’s just a tiny little thing but it gives the plants time to heal. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t.

I’ve been keeping them close to the house and I feed the chicken behind the house.  Most of the chickens have gotten the hint and they really don’t bother the plants at all. We do have a couple that insist on digging in my Aronia shrub, an excellent source of antioxidants.

Wildlife: Plants are browsed by white-tailed deer and rabbits. The fruit are eaten by ruffed grouse, sharp-tailed grouse and prairie chickens.

For pest control I’m growing spearmint, peppermint, oregano, rosemary.  One of my rosemary plants just withered up and died.  It’s a pathetic looking thing.  I haven’t brought myself to toss it out yet.  I feel so bad when one of my plants die.  When they grow and flourish like this spearmint plant, it makes me feel like I’ve accomplished something.

Spearmint

Spearmint

Even my Crooked Neck Squash seems to be doing well. Last year they were overran with aphids. I didn’t get to them quick enough and by the time I got rid of them, the squash had stopped growing.  I got frustrated and ripped it up. No sense wasting water on it.

Crooked Neck Squash

Crooked Neck Squash

With the water restrictions, the chemical spraying, and the animals — wild and domestic — it’s amazing I have anything growing at all. Only time will tell, but I have a good feeling this year that my garden will persevere.

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