Venus and the Moon ‘Kiss’ in Rare Celestial Display Tonight

If you’ve got a clear sky on Thursday, February 27, take a look to the southwest in the hours after sunset…you’ll see a celestial sight you won’t soon forget.

A delicately curved crescent moon will be visible almost alongside a very bright planet Venus, together the two brightest objects in the night sky. So, as soon as it gets dark on Thursday, look to the southwest. In the gathering twilight, you’ll watch the bright planet Venus become visible with a crescent moon barely six degrees below and to the left, as seen from the Northern Hemisphere.
Now, why is Venus (named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty) currently shining at such a high magnitude? Why does the moon keep appearing so close to it? And how come you didn’t you notice it before?

Why is Venus so Bright?

It’s easy to see why Venus is called the “Evening Star ” when it’s this bright. If it reminds you of something, you may have seen a similar sight just last month. We’re currently in the middle of a brilliant “apparition” of Venus (a period of a few months called greatest elongation when it’s furthest from the sun) so it will be shining brightly throughout June 2020 as well.

Why a Crescent Moon?

The moon takes 29.5 days to orbit Earth, and it follows the same (if slightly wobbly) orbital path every month. Moonlight is merely the lunar surface reflecting sunlight. On Sunday, February 23, the moon is “new.” That means it’s roughly between the Earth and the sun, so we can’t see it all. As the moon moves away from that “new” position, we start to see the side of the moon illuminated by the sun: a “waxing” crescent moon. It’s visible in the western sky for a few days after the new moon phase, just after sunset as the moon gets further from the sun as it travels from west to east around Earth.

Why is the Crescent Moon so close to Venus?

Both the moon and the planets appear to orbit on the same path through our sky, the ecliptic. The ecliptic is essentially the plane of the solar system. All the planets orbit the sun on roughly the same plane. The moon also orbits close to the ecliptic, so it makes sense that occasionally the moon and planets appear to pass closely in the night sky. In reality, the moon is 249,892 miles from Earth on Thursday, February 27, while Venus is 84 million miles away.

In a month’s time on 28th March 2020, the crescent moon will again creep up close to Venus for a very similar show. The planet is climbing ever higher in the night sky at the moment, and on 9th March 2020, it will be close to the distant planet Uranus (though powerful binoculars or a telescope will be necessary to see the seventh planet from the sun).

Venus is currently in a brilliantly bright apparition as seen from Earth, regularly putting on a show with the crescent moon. The planet will reach its brightest and best of 2020 in early May before disappearing into the pre-dawn sky in June to become a brilliant “Morning Star” in the latter half of 2020.
The moon, meanwhile, is creeping slowly towards us, which will culminate in a close “Super Worm Moon” (the last full moon of winter) on Monday, March 9, 2020.


AstroForecast: February 2020

  • Mercury appears in the evening sky from 06:00-12:00.
  • Venus continues to play its role as evening star
  • Mars can be observed in the morning sky Jupiter rules the morning sky with its shine
  • In the last third of Februaryn Saturn appears in the morning sky.

Solar System

Mercury offers respectable evening visibility from the 6th to the 12th. The closest planet to the sun reaches its greatest eastern elongation from the sun on 18°12′. The angular distance is relatively small at this maximum elongation, since Mercury runs through its perihelion (closest point to the sun) on the 12th, whereby 46 million kilometers (= 0.307 AU) separate it from the sun. Despite this comparatively small elongation angle, the nimble planet can be seen in the evening sky at dusk, because it travels eight degrees north of the zodiac than the sun. Under good visibility conditions, Mercury can be seen just above the south-west horizon at the beginning of the month. The sinking of the -1m0 bright Mercury takes place on the 1st at 18h31m. Shortly after half past five in the evening it is already so dark to look for Mercury with the prospect of success. A quarter of an hour before the sinking, it is swallowed up by the thick layers of haze on the horizon. By the 10th the Mercury sunset is late at 19h11m, the Mercury brightness drops to -0m6. Experienced planet hunters may still be able to track down Mercury until the 15th in excellent visibility. On the 15th the only 0m4 bright Mercury goes down at 19h13m. For telescope observers, it should be noted that Mercury reached its dichotomy (half phase) on the 11th. The 7m2 Mercury disc appears half-illuminated through the telescope.

Mercury becomes stationary on the 16th and then quickly rushes back towards the sun, which is coming towards him in the zodiac. On the 26th he meets the sun in the constellation Aquarius, the constellation lower conjunction occurs. Mercury does not step in front of the sun, but walks past it about 4 ° north. In the lower conjunction, Mercury is 95 million kilometers (= 0.635 AU) from Earth. Because of its strongly elliptical orbit, Mercury only reached its smallest distance from us three days later with 94 million kilometers (= 0.628 AU). Mercury pulls its conjunction loop in the area of the constellations Capricorn and Aquarius.

Venus is expanding its position in the evening sky. It leaves the constellation Aquarius and changes to the constellation Pisces on the 2nd. In doing so, it always takes north positions. On the 7th it passes half a degree south of the spring point in the constellation Pisces. Their height above the southern horizon increases one hour after sunset. Venus shifts her downfalls from 20h56m at the beginning of the month to 22h12m at the end of the month. Their apparent brightness increases by 0m2 to -4m3. On the 27th, Venus receives another visit from the waxing moon. His sickle and the shining evening star shine clearly in the evening western sky.

Mars can be seen in the morning sky. The red planet wanders right through the zodiac. On the 11th he leaves the serpent carrier and enters the Sagittarius constellation. On the 16th he passes the winter point just 0m32 south. The rise of Mars takes place at the beginning of the month at 4h48m and on the 29th at 4h25m. The Marshelligkeit increases significantly, namely around 0m3 and reaches 1m1 at the end of the month. This makes Mars a competitor to the 1st magnitude stars. On the first day at 19h, Mars passes the descending node of its orbit around the sun, which is slightly inclined by 1 ° 8 to the ecliptic.
Jupiter, moving rightward in Sagittarius, is expanding its morning visibility. The Jupiter rise takes place on the 1st at 6h31m and on the 15th at 9h47m. On the 29th the now -2m0 bright giant planet rises 5m01 above the southeastern horizon line. The planet disc shows itself oval in the telescope. The apparent equatorial diameter is 34 “, the pole diameter 32”. On February 26, Jupiter passed the descending node of its orbital plane inclined slightly at 1 ° 18 ‘to the ecliptic plane.
Saturn was in conjunction with the sun in the middle of the previous month. ”It wanders leisurely through the eastern part of the Sagittarius and approaches the border with the ibex (see Fig. 7.10 on page 158). In the last third of the month, the ring planet appears in the morning sky in the southeast.
On the 20th the 0m7 bright Saturn rises at 6h02m. By the end of the month, it has risen to 5h29m. On the 13th the ring planet passes the descending node of its orbit inclined at 2 ° 29 ‘to the ecliptic.

Uranus, again right in the zodiac, changes from the constellation Pisces to Aries on the 6th. The planet far from the sun can still be found in the evening sky. However, his visibility time is shortened drastically, he postpones his downfall well before midnight. If the 5m8 faint planet goes down on the 1st at 0h45m and on the 15th at 23h46m, the uranium sunset will take place on the 29th at 22h54m. One hour before sunset, it will be hopeless to look for the faint Uranus. The apparent diameter of Uranus is only 3m5. You can see a small, greenish disc in the telescope, on which no details can be seen, not even in large telescopes at high magnification.

Neptune wanders through the constellation Aquarius. The sun is on his heels. By the end of February, its eastern angular distance from the sun has decreased to a good seven degrees. Its conjunction with the sun is imminent. The most distant planet, faintly faint with 8%, can no longer be found in the evening sky.
Asteroids & Dwarf Planets
Juno (planetoid No. 3) becomes stationary in the constellation of Virgo on the 13th at 8:00 am and begins her opposition period. On the 13th the small planet, only 10m2 bright, rises at 10:30 p.m. The culmination of Juno takes place at 4h16m and its downfall at 9h58m.
Vesta (4) significantly speeds up her right-wing hike through the constellation Aries. On the 28th she changes to the constellation Taurus. It is aiming for more and more northern positions. Their brightness drops further to 8m2. This makes it more difficult to identify them in the starry sky. Vesta relocates her culinary delights from 18h33m at the beginning of the month to 17h11m at the end of the month. On the 1st it goes down at 11h38m and on the 15th at 1h03m. At the end of February the Vesta sinking takes place at 01h32m.
Periodic Falling Star Currents

February shows the lowest falling star activity of all months. This also has the advantage of being able to track down new, as yet unknown meteor streams.
Antihelion-Radian: The Antihelion-Radiant moves along the ecliptic from the constellation Leo (Leo) and reaches the constellation Jungfrau (Virgo) at the end of the month and thus lower heights above the horizon. If there are few fertile sources, the chance of discovering weak meteor currents is favorable. However, all systematic evaluations have so far revealed no new flows in February.
Alpha Aurigids: The alpha aurigids were observed between February 6th and 9th until the late 1980s. Their maximum was not very pronounced. The point of broadcast was near Kapella. Obviously, this stream has dried up in recent years. Nevertheless, it is worth looking out for the Aurigids. Maybe they’ll be active again.
Delta Leonids: The Delta Leonids reach their maximum around February 25th. They are a weak stream that is noticeable between February 15th and March 10th, which are slow objects (around 23 kilometers per second). Even if periodic streams of falling stars are largely absent in February, surprises are still to be expected. Bright cars or fireballs have been registered more often in February. Consider the case in Chelyabinsk, Russia, on February 15, 2013, in which there were injuries and property damage.

January 2020 – Astronomical Overview

  • The Earth comes on the 5th with 147 million kilometers near the sun.
  • On the 10th, a penumbra eclipse of the moon takes place.
  • Venus is a radiant evening star.
  • Mars shows up in the morning sky.
  • Jupiter appears in the morning sky in late January.
  • Saturn is unobservable in the daytime sky.


  • 01/20/15: Sun enters the Capricorn constellation
  • 01/20/16: Sun enters the zodiac sign Aquarius

Heliocentric view of the planetary system in the first quarter of 2020. The positions of the inner planets for 1rst January (1), 1rst February (2) and 1rst March (3) and 1rst April (4) are illustrated below:

This part shows the outer planetary system including some planetoids at the beginning and end of the first quarter. The arrows indicate the directions to the more distant planets and to the spring point.
Mercury: is right behind the sun far south through the constellations Sagittarius and Capricorn. Already on the 10th he overtakes the daily star. On this day it reaches its upper conjunction with the sun. On the day of the upper conjunction, Mercury is 214 million kilometers (= 1.43 AU) away from Earth. Mercury is in the daytime sky and remains unobservable below the horizon at night. In the course of the January, Mercury gradually grows ever larger Eastern Angular Distance from the Sun, which grows to 14°4 by the end of the month. Under extremely favorable visibility conditions, you can see the nimble planet at dusk deep in the southwest at the end of the month. On the 28th, the bright Mercury sets at 18h07. Around 17h40m you can see him in the increasing darkness. At around 6pm, it is swallowed up in the thick, horizontal layers of haze. By the end of the month, the Mercury sunset at 18h25m was late, the Mercury brightness remained the same.

The encounter with Jupiter on the 2nd, at which Mercury passes 1°30′ south of the giant planet, remains just as unobservable as the conjunction with Saturn on the 12th, which takes place only one degree east of the sun.

Venus appears at the beginning of the year as a brightly shining evening star in the western sky. Our neighboring planet is the first to light up at dawn, long before the other stars are visible. After the sun and moon, Venus is the brightest star in the earthly firmament. The sickle of the waxing moon joins her on the 28th.
In the course of the January, their downfalls are delayed. At the beginning of the year the -4m0 bright Venus sets at 19h23m. On the 31st, on the other hand, it doesn’t set until 20h53m. The venus brightness increases slightly to -4m1.
On the 27th, Venus passes the distant and faint Neptune just five minutes south of the arc. To see Neptune, binoculars or a telescope are required (see Fig. 1.6 on page 39).
Venus still appears relatively small and rounded in the telescope. On the 27th, 75% of the only 15″ large planet disc is illuminated, ten percent less than at the beginning of the year. In the coming months, the apparent Venus diameter will increase and the degree of illumination will decrease. In May, Venus will then appear as a large, narrow sickle, similar to that Earth moon a few days after new moon.

Mars is a planet in the morning sky. On the 7th he leaves the constellation Libra and enters the scorpion, which he leaves on the 15th to switch to the serpent carrier. The red planet moves on the 17th right 5° north past Antares (Alpha Scorpii). Antares means “Mars-like star” because of its reddish color and its proximity to the ecliptic (apparent solar path). Ares is the Greek name for the Roman god of war Mars. Now you can compare the two well. Antares is 1m0 bright, while Mars is 1m4 at the beginning of the month and 1m4 at the end of January.
Mars rises at 5h00m on the 1st, just eleven minutes earlier at the end of January. The apparent Mars diameter on the 31st is a modest 4m8, which is why hardly any details can be seen on Mars in amateur telescopes.

Jupiter has just completed its conjunction with the sun. On December 27th of the previous year, the sun caught up with him in the zodiac. Since the giant planet runs very slowly through the zodiac, its western angular distance from the sun increases rapidly. And since Jupiter is a fairly bright planet at -1m9, it already appears in the morning sky at the end of the month. For the first time you can see the giant planet with its free eyes on the 25th.
It wanders right through the shooter (see Fig. 7.12 on page 159). On the 25th, Jupiter rises at 6h53m. About a quarter of an hour later you can see it as a bright, yellowish point of light just above the southeastern horizon. On the last day of the month, the giant planet rises at 6h34m. The encounter with Mercury on the 2nd remains unobservable.

Saturn rises in the daytime sky with the sun and cannot be seen. On the 13th, it is overtaken by the sun in the Sagittarius constellation and is in conjunction with it. It disappears behind the sun or Saturn is covered by the sun.
On the day of the conjunction, Saturn is 1,648 million kilometers. (=11.02 AU) from Earth. It is separated from the sun by 1501 million kilometers (=10.03 AU).
The encounter with Mercury on the 12th remains unobservable.
On the 10th, Saturn is in a heliocentric conjunction with Pluto. Four days later, on the 14th, the ring planet 0m7 passes the dwarf planet Pluto north.

Uranus becomes stationary on the 11th in the constellation Pisces on the border with Aries. This is hardly noticeable because the greenish planet almost does not move these weeks. By the end of the month it has gone almost unnoticed. Uranus postponed its downfall soon after midnight. On the 1st it goes down by 2h44m, on the 5th by 1h49m and on the 31st by 0h7m.
The best time to look for Uranus is the hour around its culmination. It takes place on the 1st at 19h39m and at the end of January on the 31st at 17h42m. In the first half of the month, moonlight interferes with the observation. Its brightness decreases slightly from 5m7 to 5m8.

Neptune right-driven movement in Aquarius, is chased by the sun and approaches its conjunctive position with it. By the end of January, its eastern angular distance from it has shrunk to just under 36°. This means that the most distant planet has to be removed from the watchlist. It withdraws from the evening sky and becomes unobservable. Its conjunction with the sun is expected in the first third of March. Experienced observers will be able to track down Neptune with suitable optics in the first half of January.
On the 27th there is a very close encounter with Venus. This passes just 0°05′ south of Neptune. At 19h the distance is still eight arc minutes.
On the 1st, Neptune culminates at 16h48m and sets at 22h20m. Its meridian passage takes place on the 15th at 15h54m. The only 7m9 bright Neptune goes down on this day by 2127m. At the latest one and a half hours before sunset, Neptune becomes invisible near the horizon. By the end of the month, the Neptune sunsets are getting to 20h27m.

Planetoids & Dwarf Planets

Pluto, the most famous dwarf planet (planetoid no. 134 340), will also be in the Sagittarius constellation in 2020. On July 15, he comes in opposition to the sun. With 14m3 of opposition brightness, it is only accessible to larger instruments. It is listed in the months of April, July and October under the heading “Planetary Run”.
On the 13th Pluto is in conjunction with the sun at 14h. That day, 5227 million kilometers (=34.94 AU) separate it from Earth. Its solar distance is 5080 million kilometers (=33.96 AU)

Ceres (Planetoid No. 1) comes into conjunction with the Sun on the 13th in the Sagittarius constellation. They separate 584 million kilometers (=3.90 AU) from Earth on this day, while their sun distance is 437 million kilometers (=2.92 AU). This dwarf planet reaches its opposition to the sun on August 28.

Vesta (Planetoid No. 4) stood in opposition to the sun on November 12, 2019. On the 1st it becomes stationary in the constellation of Walßsch and then walks quite right through the zodiac. This ends her opposition period, which is also evident from the decrease in brightness from 7m4 to 7m9. Planetoid No. 4 can be found relatively easily in binoculars.
On the 1st Vesta passes the meridian at 20h23m and sets at 3h14m. By the end of January, her culmination will be premature at 18h37m and her sinking at 1h41m.

Terra-Forming Equals Mass Extinction

Over years of working with chronically and/or terminally ill clients has taught me this without question…We are all responsible for the way we die, for the friends that guide us along the way and our enemies that may hasten our demise. We are the creator of our own life in the way that we conduct ourselves. We often forget that we created and shaped this world according to a particular vision, but images change. We change. At times, what we create backfires and end up with the exact opposite result.
The fact is that we cannot win against nature. We cannot contain, compartmentalise or eradicate it, we must learn to live with it. Our survival depends upon it in more than a thousand ways. Pollution has a death toll that amounts to billions. Cancer, cardiopulmonary obstructive disease, cardiovascular disease and many other conditions are only a byproduct of a deeper root cause: Terra-Forming (this includes automated and genetically modified food production in controlled environments)
It is an old concept that was recently re-termed as ‘geo-engineering’, it implies that the chemicals in the atmosphere, lands and the oceans can ultimately change a planets physical nature. Altering the nature of other plants to support human life has been an ongoing thought since space exploration became a physical reality. However, what this means for us is far less conventional. That which was once lush and green with fresh air becomes an accumulation of toxic fumes that cannot escape and are not absorbed with oceans too acidic to touch or nourish any plant life that we’d recognise.
Reality-Check: During the California drought, residents were miles from water, thirsting to death, while the wealthy minority of the state received lorry-loads of brand-label bottled water. Even evaporating the water would not have removed the pollutants in it, making it too toxic for consumption. This is just an example of what happens during a drought in the modern world. Without an ample supply of food and bottled water, which is never guaranteed when there’s a global shortage, the life-expectancy of the average person drops fast.
In comparison to other celestial bodies, our atmosphere is becoming similar to that of Venus. A rather neglected planet, perhaps even ironic with mankind’s history of suppressing feminine qualities. With 93% of carbon dioxide, some nitrogen, and very little water vapour (00.3%), it serves as the perfect atmosphere for other forms of life. Simply nothing humanoid.

Engineering Planetary Environments

Facing the reality of our situation, we could terra-form other environments or we can fix our own. No alien species will want humans out there, we dissected their people and stole their technology, so postponing that idea isn’t really an option. It’s the only rational choice, we have…Not that it’ll stop some people from trying.
That notwithstanding, an empty, habitable planet would be hard to come by, even outside of our solar system. Mars would only come close to being habitable, if we altered the trajectory of ammonia-rich asteroids that exist in the outer solar system to hit Mars and release ammonia.
“Ammonia probably would last less than a century in the atmosphere, meaning that the impacts would have to continue to be effective. Given that each impact would have a thousand times the energy release of the largest bomb ever exploded, this could be problematic. One possible way around this is that there are bacteria that produce ammonia out of nitrogen and water. If the ammonia atmosphere were set up once and the bacteria put in place, a self-sustaining ecosystem might be possible.”
Collisions with asteroids or comets will provide liquid water via their impact, but the primary purpose of the continued bombardment would be to raise the temperature of Mars by about 4 degrees. However, ammonia rich asteroid collision and use of bacteria to grow a self-sustaining ecosystem that can sustain human life would still be the slower route. One that we could not accomplish before mass extinction.
So, we have gone the full circle back to the problem of the sixth mass extinction. How can we reverse the damage? In practice, we can only do so much. We could re-freeze the ice-caps, but our primary concern is the continued fossil fuel usage and natural DC field disruption. Those two are the lynchpins of pollution. Without them, we are a new level of technology that no longer requires to use of money or weapons.

Hemp for the Planet & Marijuana for the Spirit

Marijuana was America’s number one analgesic for 60 years before the rediscovery of aspirin around 1900. From 1842 to 1900 cannabis made up half of all medicine sold, with virtually no fear of its high. In 1973, the possibility existed that once the active ingredients in cannabis (such as THC Delta-9) were isolated and correct dosages established, cannabis could become a miracle drug. Twenty-nine years would pass, however, before American scientists could begin to even look into cannabis medicine again.
“Our current fossil energy sources also supply about 80% of the solid and airborne pollution which is quickly poisoning the environment of the planet. (See U.S. EPA report 1983-96 on the coming world catastrophe from carbon dioxide imbalance caused by burning fossil fuels). The best and cheapest substitute for these expensive and wasteful energy methods is not wind or solar panels, nuclear, geothermal and the like, but the evenly distributed light of the sun for growing biomass.” (Emperor Wears No Clothes)
Hemp stems are 80% hurds (pulp byproduct after the hemp fibre is removed from the plant). Hemp hurds are 77% cellulose – a primary chemical feed stock (industrial raw material) used in the production of chemicals, plastics and fibre. Depending on which U.S. agricultural report is correct, an acre of full grown hemp plants can sustainably provide from four to 50 or even 100 times the cellulose found in cornstalks, kenaf, or sugar cane.
It is public knowledge that we are a couple of years away from using up all the fossil fuel that we have located thus far, changing over to hemp kills two birds with one stone, as it could tackle the resource shortage globally in a single year, but only if we can modify the temperature, which leads us to our next point.

The Industrial Complex

The only way to reverse climate change is to re-model the industrial complex from its roots upward. Although this is often a rather brutal, long-winded process, whether it follows legal perimeters or not. However, there are only a finite solutions to this problem that have or will not be provided by the individuals responsible.
Islam: The Islamic faith is currently attempting to destroy the Western industrial complex, yet this will come at the price of lives and freedom, if they manage in time…I doubt mass extinction would quench their thirst for the blood of the infidel. All the men were taught is war, all the women were brainwashed into is submission. Society could crumble around them, for them that changes nothing. There can be no peace in such a religious state, only mindless obedience. Yet, that has never stopped the cogwheels of war from churning into place.
Moreover, in their eyes, climate change is punishment for not covering more to their faith…For not building more mosques…For the ‘evil’ ways of the West. The excuses are endless. It is such a shame that their ignorance prevents them from seeing that we have always used developing countries to do our dirty work. We don’t build factories that pollute the air on our doorstep, we exploit other countries to do it on our behalf. (Like we hired their people to commit atrocities in the name of terrorism, so leaders can implement policies against the people with their permission)
Non-Violent Resistance: There is no such thing as non-violent resistance. The act of resistance itself, even in defence, appears invasive to others. That applies regardless of the methods used. I have not seen one peaceful protest that did not devolve into violence. The influence of just a handful of people in the crowd is enough, then the herd mentality takes over. All of a sudden, you are standing in a street as shops are robbed, torched and riot cops are closing in. I have not seen one hunger strike that did not result in nutrient deficiencies. I have not seen one close attempt at changing the world that did not involve threats of assassination or financial ruin. So, don’t think for a second that resistance is easy. Resistance invokes aggression in those that don’t share your views…Whose life almost depends on you sharing theirs, because not to share theirs represents a threat to their world-view. (Please see
Boycott Fossil Fuels: Fuel poverty is everywhere and it will continue to grow…It will continue to change our environment and our atmosphere. Whether we can own up to it or not, the lack of plant life with this much methane and CO2 is poisoning us.
Boycott Mainstream Media: Every news article has its purpose. It’s not only to inform but to shape public opinion by the way it informs you of a certain thing. For example, by using the word “victim”, the broadcasting service is more likely to inspire sympathy. Every image and every story is carefully selected to manipulate the masses through propaganda, but they often show their hand through that which remains unreported. More importantly, although there may be millions of news providers, but they are all my owned by 6 corporations on a global scale.
Boycott Pharmaceuticals/Vaccinations: Big Pharma has a long history of being addictive and chemically synthesised. We no longer live in a day, where anyone can walk down to the pharmacy and pick up the cleaner version of cocodamol. We can no longer see or even use the plants that once cured us, unless we cultivate them ourselves. (Besides, they’re going extinct, which makes it rather difficult to treat anyone when doing so would drive us and them into extinction sooner or later.) Nowadays, we have to worry about rat poison in medication, or the fact that a simply jab may turn our child into a drooling, non-verbal autistic. Moreover, we abuse the medication that we still produce from plants. Opioids were often used in combination with cannabis, then the individual would be weaned off heroine or morphine through marijuana by passing the nastier aspects of withdrawal. A method favoured by the Native Americans and other shamanic and/or indigenous cultures.
Ban Processed Food/Water: Toxic chemicals, including excess fluoride, GMO and over 30’000 additives and preservatives, are associated with long-term health consequences. Unless you eat fully organic, or grow your own, the probability is that you’re affected by the consequences. These free radicals are not merely addictive, most of them are carcinogenic, so think about making your own oven-baked fries from fresh potatoes before stopping by McDonald’s, Burger King or any other Fast Food Joint. That shit will fuck you up and get you hooked enough not to care.
Use Environmentally-Friendly Tech: Although there may be ‘no evidence’ linking mobile phone use to cancer but we know the towers cause it, so it’s not much of a stretch to suspect the lethal effects of modern technology. Disease is a natural byproduct of D/C field disruption in humans, if exposure is prolonged. Over time it becomes not only hereditary but continues long after the next level of technology has been released to the public 30-40 years after its been patented.
Forcing The Release of New Technology: As this is a rather vast subject, I will be writing a separate piece on the matter. – What if I told you that you could have grown up with holograms, flying craft and hydroponic gardens like you’ve never seen them? You may call me crazy but what’s life without a little fun. There’s only one rule when it comes to the research developments of the elite and the universe as a whole: if you can imagine it in your mind, it exists. Anything is possible, even your own worst nightmare probably exists somewhere. All of our personal hells can be found if we look hard enough. That notwithstanding, we can equally create a sustainable paradise of equality, harmony and global peace by removing poverty, religious laws, disease, wealth and resource inequality. We have the technology to do so now, but one would never guess with the current state of affairs. There’s no profit in such a world, but in ours it is all there is. To the point, there are several ways to accelerate the release of technology, but each one leaves no other choice than radical change:
Money: By purchasing the next level of technology, a new model is released. It’d take billions to drive the releases to a point, where a changeover takes place…And there are always repercussions when you hijack someone else’s timeline. Everyone that has tried is pretty much bankrupt, dead or sold out under pressure.
Space-Travel: Apart from covertly reconstructing the Vimanaika in the back-garden shed, civilian attempts to construct craft and head into space generally end in bankruptcy, unless they never make it to the news. Richard Bransons famous attempt to launch paying customers into the stratosphere were equally placed on hold for ‘unexplained’ reasons that are in truth either related to off-planet military projects, aliens or both….Which leads us to our next point:
Aliens: By confirming the existence of extraterrestrial life or evidencing first contact happened years ago, one may easily trigger a global evolution in technology. Gods are no longer powerful, non-physical entities, they are revealed aliens that have visited before…This would include unveiling the impact of keeping stolen alien technology hidden and concealing the actual history of the human race.
Pyramid Networks: Unburying secrets cities may be risky, but there’s rumoured to be one in the euro-tunnel, if you feel like taking a glimpse and spend life in prison. The only underground networks that are not sealed to the public, inaccessible or guarded are those of our ancestors…And many entrances to known tunnel systems in England are being filled with concrete. It should be noted that the majority are located on MoD territory, where trespassers are prosecuted. (They also own all of England’s high ground, son feeling from city-wide floods would be an interesting experience that might end with being shot on sight in a state of nationwide emergency)