Today is an unusual blog in that there are two feature articles, one shared by N.S., and the other by M.W., both regular readers and contributors of articles here. The reason I'm including both articles today is because of my daily high octane speculation: I suspect they may be linked.

So let's begin with a fundamental premise (at least, it is for me): the Sun and its cycles have a far larger effect on terrestrial weather than we'd like to think. In fact, this stands to reason if, like me, you share the view that weather systems on Earth are not just about cold fronts and warm fronts and high and low pressure systems, relative humidity, and so on, but also that the atmosphere also functions as an electromagnetic medium, in short, as a kind of plasma under certain circumstances, and that some weather systems have a large - and little understood - electromagnetic component, tornadoes and hurricanes for example. Indeed, a few minutes' search of tornadoes and all the associated eyewitness accounts of strange things associated with them with convince perhaps even the hardened skeptic that there's something more going on than just a big natural vortex of wind and a vacuum cleaner. There are all sorts of stories of people looking up into the funnel of tornadoes and seeing all sorts of electrical arcing inside the vortex, not to mention those stories of blades of grass, or hay, being driven like nails into tree trunks, and so on. Are those to be explained solely as wind-and-pressure phenomena (the conventional  explanation), or is something else involved as well?

I think you see the point, so with that in mind, ponder this article shared by N.S., on the nature of the Sun's "electromagnetic weather":

The essence of this article is that the normal 10-15 year solar cycle may be presaging, not another "minimum," but just the opposite, a maximum:

Something big may be about to happen on the sun. “We call it the Termination Event,” says Scott McIntosh, a solar physicist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), “and it’s very, very close to happening.”

If you’ve never heard of the Termination Event, you’re not alone. Many researchers have never heard of it either. It’s a relatively new idea in solar physics championed by McIntosh and colleague Bob Leamon of the University of Maryland – Baltimore County. According to the two scientists, vast bands of magnetism are drifting across the surface of the sun. When oppositely-charged bands collide at the equator, they annihilate (or “terminate”). There’s no explosion; this is magnetism, not anti-matter. Nevertheless, the Termination Event is a big deal. It can kickstart the next solar cycle into a higher gear.


“If the Terminator Event happens soon, as we expect, new Solar Cycle 25 could have a magnitude that rivals the top few since record-keeping began,” says McIntosh.

This is, to say the least, controversial. Most solar physicists believe that Solar Cycle 25 will be weak, akin to the anemic Solar Cycle 24 which barely peaked back in 2012-2013. Orthodox models of the sun’s inner magnetic dynamo favor a weak cycle and do not even include the concept of “terminators.”

“What can I say?” laughs McIntosh. “We’re heretics!”

We found that the longer the time between terminators, the weaker the next cycle would be,” explains Leamon. “Conversely, the shorter the time between terminators, the stronger the next solar cycle would be.”

Example: Sunspot Cycle 4 began with a terminator in 1786 and ended with a terminator in 1801, an unprecedented 15 years later. The following cycle, 5, was incredibly weak with a peak amplitude of just 82 sunspots. That cycle would become known as the beginning of the “Dalton” Grand Minimum.

Solar Cycle 25 is shaping up to be the opposite. Instead of a long interval, it appears to be coming on the heels of a very short one, only 10 years since the Terminator Event that began Solar Cycle 24. Previous solar cycles with such short intervals have been among the strongest in recorded history.

Now, before we continue to the next article, a little anecdotal information. During these "minimums" there are noticeable changes in the Earth's weather, and that for a very good reason. Think of the Earth as the load end of a vast electrical circuit with the Sun being the power source. With less energy entering the circuit during solar minimums, less energy appears in the load end, and weather conditions change. Storms may exhibit overall less intensity, temperatures may overall exhibit a decline, and so on. Anecdotally, I live in an area of the USA where spring and autumn are usually accompanied by severe storms and tornadoes. This year, during a minimum, there has been a period of unusually low temperatures for the season, and relatively fewer storms of the "severe variety". Weather has also become "stranger". Just two weeks ago, there was a light rain with little to no lightning. Then - BAM - an enormous lightning strike somewhere close: my internet cable was completely fried (along with the modem), and both had to be completely replaced. This strike exceeded anything I have experienced during severe storms, and appeared to be highly localized, and occurred only once.  Storms are also tracking very differently than the norm during rainy season. Anyone living in the midwest or plains of the USA is familiar with that pattern: storms generally track from southwest to northeast. Yet, this year, they've been all over the place, the most recent incident (just last night) being a small storm system moving from due north to south! Nor need it be necessary to remind anyone that weather systems are complex, open, multi-variable systems, and the Earth's weakening magnetic field and other conditions also play significant roles.

Which brings us to the second article shared by M.W. by one of my favorite researchers, F. William Engdahl:

A Sinister Agenda Behind California Water Crisis?

Engdahl minces no words here, and points to insane government policies exacerbating the trends of mother nature:

In recent months a crisis situation in the USA food supply has been growing and is about to assume alarming dimensions that could become catastrophic. Atop the existing corona pandemic lockdowns and unemployment, a looming agriculture crisis as well could tip inflation measures to cause a financial crisis as interest rates rise. The ingredients are many, but central is asevere drought in key growing states of the Dakotas and Southwest, including agriculture-intensive California. So far Washington has done disturbingly little to address the crisis and California Water Board officials have been making the crisis far worse by draining the state water reservoirs…into the ocean.

So far the worst hit farm state is North Dakota which grows most of the nation’s Red Spring Wheat. In the Upper Midwest, the Northern Plains states and the Prairie provinces of Canada winter brought far too little snow following a 2020 exceedingly dry summer. The result is drought from Manitoba Canada to the Northern USA Plains States. This hits farmers in the region just four years after a flash drought in 2017 arrived without early warning and devastated the US Northern Great Plains region comprising Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and the adjacent Canadian Prairies.

As of May 27, according to Adnan Akyuz, State Climatologist, ninety-three percent of the North Dakota state is in at least a Severe Drought category, and 77% of the state is in an Extreme Drought category. Farm organizations predict unless the rainfall changes dramatically in the coming weeks, the harvest of wheat widely used for pasta and flour will be a disaster. The extreme dry conditions extend north of the Dakota border into Manitoba, Canada, another major grain and farming region, especially for wheat and corn. There, the lack of rainfall and warmer-than-normal temperatures threaten harvests, though it is still early for those crops. North Dakota and the plains region depend on snow and rainfall for its agriculture water.

So much might be ascribed to the solar minimum, to changing conditions in the Earth's magneto-sphere and other systematic conditions. But when it comes to California, it gets much worse:

Few outside California realize that the state most known for Silicon Valley and beautiful beaches is such a vital source of agriculture production. California’s agricultural sector is the most important in the United States, leading the nation’s production in over 77 different products including dairy and a number of fruit and vegetable “specialty” crops. The state is the only producer of crops such as almonds, artichokes, persimmons, raisins, and walnuts. California grows a third of the country’s vegetables and two thirds of the country’s fruits and nuts. It leads all other states in farm income with77,500 farms and ranches. It also is second in production of livestock behind Texas, and its dairy industry is California’s leading commodity in cash receipts. In total, 43 million acres of the state’s 100 million acres are devoted to agriculture. In short what happens here is vital to the nation’s food supply.

The water crisis in California is far the most serious in terms of consequences for the food supply, in a period when the US faces major supply chain disruptions owing to absurd corona lockdowns combined with highly suspicious hacks of key infrastructure. On May 31, the infrastructure of the world’s largest meat processor, JBS SA, was hacked, forcing the shutdown of all its US beef plants that supply almost a quarter of American beef.

The Green lobby is asserting, while presenting no factual evidence, that Global Warming, i.e. increased CO2 manmade emission, is causing the drought. The NOAA examined the case and found no evidence. But the media repeats the narrative to advance the Green New Deal agenda with frightening statements such as claiming the drought is, “comparable to the worst mega-droughts since 800 CE.”


In June 2019 Shasta Dam, holding the state’s largest reservoir as a keystone of the huge Central Valley Project, was full to 98% of capacity. Just two years later in May 2021 Shasta Lake reservoir held a mere 42% of capacity, almost 60% down. Similarly, in June 2019 Oroville Dam reservoir, the second largest, held water at 98% of capacity and by May 2021 was down to just 37%. Other smaller reservoirs saw similar drops. Where has all the water gone?

Allegedly to “save” these fish varieties, during just 14 days in May, according to Kristi Diener, a California water expert and farmer, “90% of (Bay Area) Delta inflow went to sea. It’s equal to a year’s supply of water for 1 million people.” Diener has been warning repeatedly in recent years that water is unnecessarily being let out to sea as the state faces a normal dry year. She asks, “Should we be having water shortages in the start of our second dry year? No. Our reservoirs were designed to provide a steady five year supply for all users, and were filled to the top in June 2019.”

In 2008, at the demand of environmental groups such as the NRDC, a California judge ordered that the Central Valley Water project send 50% of water reservoirs to the Pacific Ocean to “save” an endangered salmon variety, even though the NGO admitted that no more than 1,000 salmon would likely be saved by the extreme measure. In the years 1998-2005 an estimated average of 49% of California managed water supply went to what is termed the “environment,” including feeding into streams and rivers, to feed estuaries and the Bay Area Delta. Only 28% went directly to maintain agriculture water supplies.

One could go on and on, and indeed, Engdahl does. And I've seen the devastation of California agriculture of which he writes up close and personal. In 2014, I traveled with friend and colleague Walter Bosley and another friend, from southern California up through the mountain passes, and then up the southern end of the San Joaquin valley on the way to the secret space program conference in San Mateo. It was my first visit in decades through that valley, having seen it many years previously as a boy on trips with my parents to visit relatives in California. Back then, the valley was one lush agricultural paradise, with vineyards, groves, pastures and crop fields stretching as far as the eye could see, from one mountain range to another. It was prosperous and productive, and beautiful as only California could and used to be. But in 2014, both Walter Bosley and I were absolutely dumbfounded and flabbergasted at the devastation we saw. It was as if someone had turned the entire state of Iowa, another lush agricultural region, into a dust bowl: farm houses were dilapidated or abandoned, fields were fallow and empty, groves were threadbare, irrigation ditches were in disrepair or had completely fallen in, and not once did we see any cattle. Here and there a grove struggled to survive.

It was complete devastation, and Walter was so shocked he took several pictures of the scene of the crime.

We both learned it was entirely the result of nutty policies such as Mr. Engdahl writes about in his article.

And that brings us to my high octane speculation of the day, in the form of a question: why, with the weather cycles clearly indicated, does that state (and others) pursue such insane policies, policies that would seem to be contra-indicated by the general meteorological trends indicated by science? In an age that repeats the mantra, "follow the science", why are such non-rational policies pursued year after year to the detriment of the general well-being?

Engdahl has his own answer, and it's a disturbing one:

The systematic dismantling of one of the world’s most productive agriculture regions, using the seductive mantra of “environmental protection,” fits into the larger agenda of the Davos Great Reset and its plans to radically transform world agriculture into what the UN Agenda 2030 calls “sustainable” agriculture—no more meat protein. The green argument is that cows are a major source of methane gas emissions via burps. How that affects global climate no one has seriously proven. Instead we should eat laboratory-made fake meat like the genetically-manipulated Impossible Burger of Bill Gates and Google, or even worms. Yes. In January the EU European Food Safety Agency (EFSA), approved mealworms , or larvae of the darkling beetle, as the first “novel food” cleared for sale across the EU. 

Or to put all this differently and "country simple": mankind may not be able to influence the broader patterns of natural cycles like the solar cycle.

But by bad policy or good, he can attenuate or exacerbate their effects...

... a disturbing thought, especially when one adds into that mix the weather manipulation technologies that Elana Freeland and many others have written about. Indeed, in Ms. Freeland's opinion, the capabilities and growth in the use of those technologies have reached such a point that there is no more such thing as purely "natural" weather. Climate change indeed.

But the folly is not coming from the farmer, rancher, or bovine flatulence.

The folly, and the flatulence, is coming from the would-be masters of the world.

See you on the flip side...


Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Carol Carlisle on June 26, 2021 at 5:45 pm

    Sun Spots, Solar Storms and CME’s


    Sunspot Cycle Minima and Pandemics: A case for vigilance at the present time

    Magnetic Excursions & Pole Shifts

    Extinction level event? 42,000 years ago Earth’s magnetic field shrank to nothing

    The true Great Reset: Magnetic Pole Shift and Solar Minimum

    Planet X Theory

    Exposing Planet X and the Pandemic That Will Ensue in 2020

    Solar Cycle 25 has arrived and Solar Cycle 24 was officially the 4th-smallest intensity since regular record-keeping began with Solar Cycle 1 in 1755. It was also the weakest cycle in 100 years. But was Solar Cycle 19 the one which sealed our fate on this planet?

  2. eliot on June 16, 2021 at 10:01 pm

    “Control oil and you control nations, control food and you control the people” Henry kissinger 1970. – they have been planning this for a long time…

  3. Nathan on June 15, 2021 at 10:44 pm

    I’ve been telling family and friends the elites are gonna starve some folks out, that’s the plan, easy to see

    • Nathan on June 15, 2021 at 10:45 pm

      Luckily I live in Michigan where I can still grow food and there’s still plenty of rain and water , although the lakes here are also low this year

  4. RJ on June 15, 2021 at 10:21 pm

    lets consult mr richard sharpe shaver on this one im sure he knows whats going on with the sun….

  5. Robert Barricklow on June 15, 2021 at 9:54 pm

    The fearless leaders are experimenting w/nature and weather;
    as if the intricate balances played out over eons, upon, eons –
    were something to play with.
    Indeed, the purpose of “their” play is out right destruction.
    “They” are not acting in the interests of mankind/nature;
    “they” appear to be acting under the influence of another “Sun”,
    perhaps in some other dimension, and/or galaxy?

    All that is certain; is that these traitors to Earth’s living beings,
    are not normal, not acting natural, and for all appearances –
    might as well be conquering aliens, that are hell bent
    on destroying and plundering planet Earth[and the solar system].

    Communists coming to power have a track record of agricultural disasters that ending up killing millions. [USSA?]

    You’d think, at this advanced stage of civilization, that would be unthinkable – but in fact, it looks like this is; the well though out plan.

    Any global leadership that manufactured on cofib1984,
    has no moral compass.
    ]Are their interests in vastly culling the Earth’s populations?

    Looks like, those still in the food chain,
    better start thinking about culling the present global leadership instead.

    It’s not a question of: to be, or not to be.
    It’s a question of: to eat; or not to eat.
    That is now the global leadership question.

    The Russian leadership have the right food policies to stuff populations!
    No wonder the global eugenics’ leadership hates them.
    [the culling count just won’t be as high, as they dreamed it would be.]

    I wouldn’t put anything past this globalized inhuman leadership,
    including manufactured mass starvations.

    • Richard on June 16, 2021 at 12:45 am

      Of the many things that stand out in this global political arena one thing is certain is that each one’s horizon curves into the next one’s over.

  6. Laura on June 15, 2021 at 8:39 pm

    Wind by Ted Hughes

    This house has been far out at sea all night,
    The woods crashing through darkness, the booming hills,
    Winds stampeding the fields under the window
    Floundering black astride and blinding wet

    Till day rose; then under an orange sky
    The hills had new places, and wind wielded
    Blade-light, luminous black and emerald,
    Flexing like the lens of a mad eye.

    At noon I scaled along the house-side as far as
    The coal-house door. Once I looked up –
    Through the brunt wind that dented the balls of my eyes
    The tent of the hills drummed and strained its guy rope,

    The fields quivering, the skyline a grimace,
    At any second to bang and vanish with a flap;
    The wind flung a magpie away and a black-
    Back gull bent like an iron bar slowly. The house

    Rang like some fine green goblet in the note
    That any second would shatter it. Now deep
    In chairs, in front of the great fire, we grip
    Our hearts and cannot entertain book, thought,

    Or each other. We watch the fire blazing,
    And feel the roots of the house move, but sit on,
    Seeing the window tremble to come in,
    Hearing the stones cry out under the horizons.

    • Richard on June 16, 2021 at 12:41 am

      Will always remember ‘Yorkshire’ bitters. One of many memories of northeast England.

      • Wu Wu on June 16, 2021 at 5:41 pm

        O, divinity, yea! Altho’ the northern Bitter Ales I once supp’d an aeon ago were imported to London, most notably in a wee pub just off Burlington Arcade. And then also in the rolling hills of Oxford, and above the locks of the Thames… The pub, a great place to duck in to, away from a storm, quietly, on ones own.

  7. Chris on June 15, 2021 at 8:37 pm

    I recently finished your Roswell And The Reich. One aspect that set the old synapses to firing, (or misfiring) was the properties of the alleged recovered materials and the accompanying sections on German materials research during the war…. Could it be that the process of generating incredibly strong material of that sort is somehow akin to the same processes which enable a piece of straw to pass through a block of wood–only in reverse? In other words, just as the binding of the molecules or atomic structure is affected or tuned or phased by electromagnetic strobing or interference to apparently weaken, could such forces be similarly manipulated to strengthen? Perhaps this is another byproduct of The Bell experimentation, along with power generation and gravity manipulation with it’s attendant time manipulation–either through altering the curvatures of space-time or the Aether, and thus either increasing or decreasing mass effects within regulated fields without either the microgravity…or the crushing elements of a Singularity and thus altering the apparent perceptible speed of your time field…as if you’d just slipped into and out of the Event Horizon of a Black Hole. Food for thought.

    I can’t quite find a a Roswell theory that explains to my satisfaction, the Air Force Press release regarding recovery of a disk. If indeed one can discount all the testimony with regards to “bodies,” which I do, then why release a cover story at all to obfuscate a Nazi vehicle crash…or for that matter, a Mogul Balloon or, even an alien spacecraft? There were very few initial witnesses and most were Army personnel…. Mac Brazel, some Intelligence Officers and…an Army clean-up team. A small group of fairly controllable people. As regards the clean-up team, would you release an implied alien crash cover up story to debunk such a crash? Perhaps… It seems possible the whole thing was designed to debunk the flying disk craze. First inflate everyones expectations with your press release, then let out the air. Next time someone cries wolf…people disregard it. It could very well have been a Nazi vehicle, its just the press release drawing all sorts of attention to what could easily have been kept quiet that I don’t understand. Also, why buzz around American installations. What could you reasonably hope to learn that would be worth the risk? Although, I don’t believe there is enough evidence to support an extraterrestrial conclusion, it is interesting that a faked “crash” is a very possible scenario with regards to contacting another species as it is a good way to seem harmless and unthreatening and in need of assistance—or to signal your presence and nature irrefutably while doing so. Likewise, providing advanced technology to a race not advanced enough to handle it, is a pretty good way to ensure that they destroy themselves—as we are about to do without apparently, even making it to the “Natural” disaster…. Hollywood has dealt with this through the arrival of signals in such films as Virus and Species, but it works with tech as well.

    One other thing. On Dark Journalist recently, the Mellon Fellow was bemoaning the unlikelihood of beating out the cretins and their enslaved servitor brain trust, without the intercession of something else. So here is a thought. We know that there is a vast system of electromagnetic generators in place and being enhanced all the time, such as 5G, ionospheric heaters and the satellite control system. We suspect that this system can be attuned for mind control and possibly lethal purposes—some relatively sophisticated, and some more akin to flooding regions with depression inducing positive ions. We also know from recent experiments that scientists have learned how to turn on the savant portion of the human brain. One cannot help but wonder if it is possible to do so remotely and over a vast area using this same or similar equipment. The effects are interesting to ponder. Could this be a useful thing? Might we be returned to the state of ancient humanity—for good and ill? As we changed, would the nature of “reality” change back along with us? Of course, this begs the question—how is this being used already? To change perception. To change or “control” reality….

    Just thinking out loud.



    • Richard on June 16, 2021 at 12:25 am

      There are indicators that ‘definitions’ previously used for ‘reality & perception’ are getting the latest tweaks from those folks as they claim to perceive according to their wealth brackets. For the moment they’re getting away with it with a lot of help from sycophants inc. . The palindrome ‘soroS’ still believes he’s purchasing his private judiciary in key positions of voting and judgements. Right along with those others.

  8. marcos toledo on June 15, 2021 at 8:29 pm

    Our so-called elites lust for their version of major wars like the 1789-1815 war the great war of 1914-18 part one a pause of 21 yars then great war part two 1939-45. Now with that kind of war ruled out though they having moving heaven and earth to start one that leaves a Permian-like extinction man-made as their only option with starvation cannibalism war to entertain these degenerates.

    • Richard on June 16, 2021 at 12:14 am

      In one’s opinion, the elitist profiteers seem to be getting the knack of “Unrestricted Warfare,” as they vie for hegemony on their own terms. Opportunists the lot. Nearly always taking advantage of another with their resource deployments and manipulations. Makes one wonder if they understand that phrase, “easy come, easy go” as they view that mug-shot in their reflecting frames. They past the point of no-return long ago.

  9. Richard on June 15, 2021 at 8:06 pm

    One’s guess and opinion, they have followed the science and nearly choked. Hypotheses, theories, and patents have become profitable propositions and partnerships. All other explanations require evidentiary proofs to remove accumulated plausible deniability in a court of law as long as constitutionalism, separation of powers, and judicial independence prevail.

    Under the guise of good informative fiction, credibility need not have a seat, only entertainers need apply to escape blame.
    . . . .
    And then again there’s terrestrial weather, space weather, and whether one can weather the windward gale forces beyond the Beaufort scale. There’s movement nearly everywhere on scales likely not imagined as yet.

    One does know that buzzards do not like their dinner moving. Best to keep moving rather than stuck in their tar pit of easy pickin’s.

  10. OrigensChild on June 15, 2021 at 7:34 pm

    Science is a good thing. But, God save us from the experts. If I hear from another expert on anything, I think I will empty the contents of my stomach on their shoes.

    • Laura on June 15, 2021 at 9:16 pm

      “America’s technology has turned in upon itself; its corporate form makes it the servant of profits, not the servant of human needs.
      — Alice Embree

      “trust the science”

  11. Jon on June 15, 2021 at 4:10 pm

    The Sun impacts far more than the atmosphere and oceans. Solar particle forcing (and cosmic rays) also travel into the mantle and even to the core, and can drastically alter the behavior of the crust/mantle barrier. Those particles also drastically increase electrical charging in the atmosphere, clouds, and ground, which is why we saw such a huge increase in “ground lightning” (arcs from the ground up) in the last year or two.

    They also cause increased earthquakes and volcanic activity, as well as many other fun things.

    These particles are pretty much entirely missing from/ignored by all climate models. Only a few “outlier” researchers are including them. CMIP6 is supposed to include some of that, but most carbon nutjobs are ignoring that and using CMIP5, which does not. It has been shown irrefutably that all the climate change ascribed to humans is actually solar particle forcing and ignored heat island and cloud effects (with a healthy dose of data manipulation).

    Since government sources have stopped releasing figures on geomagnetic field strength decreases after 2015, we can only guess at how far that field strength has dropped from the little which has been said. Best guess is somewhere between 25-30 percent, possibly more, and it seems to be accelerating (last stated speed was 5 percent per decade and increasing). At 40 percent, we will almost certainly experience magnetic pole reversal, and the signs are already showing that the magnetic poles are headed in the direction of a swap.

    A magnetic pole reversal would cripple our electronic and electrical systems for decades, result in a huge bombardment of the planet with cosmic rays and other deadly radiation, and kill off a significant portion of life on the Earth’s surface. Not a good thing. (I think this is one of the main fears driving the panic in the world elite, and may be one reason why they are working so hard to inflict tyranny and consolidate their assets, while keeping us “deplorable useless eaters” busy fighting each other so we don’t have time to find this stuff. Also a major reason for their massive underground construction push of the last 50 years.)

    Also under these conditions, a solar flare smaller than the Carrington Event would almost certainly be a civilization kill shot on top of all the other radiation issues. And that doesn’t even factor in the likely micronova that is also a part of a 12,500 year cycle, which we might also see. Glad I’m old.

    “California grows a third of the country’s vegetables and two thirds of the country’s fruits and nuts.” – also a viable sociopolitical comment.

    The war against animal food is part pseudo-religious nonsense, part prison warfare tactic. The solid, ground-breaking research by Weston Price in the 1930s not only created the field of nutritional anthropology, it proved irrefutably that animal based food was necessary for optimal human health. Period. He found no healthy vegan societies anywhere on the entire planet (and he wanted to – he was hoping to. He also used his own money and was not sponsored by any special interest group). (Oh, and if people bring up the folks in Kerala, India, their food sources held large quantities of insect matter, and when they moved to England and “cleaner” sources of food, they developed many illnesses. Insects, intentionally or not, count as animal food, so they weren’t really vegan.)

    The push to remove quality nutrients from our diets is a crime against humanity, and is designed to make people sicker, stupider, and easier to control and kill. History demonstrates this quite clearly. Grains and plants are slave food.

    Now, to be fair, feedlot raised animals are not good food at all, and I am talking about naturally raised animals, grazing and enjoying a pastoral life in the sun. Grazing can use land completely unsuitable for farming, and bovines, goats, pigs, and chickens can not only produce high quality protein and fats from such land, they can also exist in a synergistic system which is sustainable, environmentally clean, and actually improves the quality of the land. Proper cattle grazing is helping to restore land in Africa, while also helping improve economic independence and personal freedom for many people.

    Factory farming bad, natural farming good.

    Most of our “modern” medical problems stem from the garbage that the food-industrial complex passes off as food. Heart disease alone was virtually unknown until heavily processed grains and vegetable oils were forced on the American public.

    • Foglamp on June 15, 2021 at 5:33 pm

      Great post, Jon. Thank you. I think you’re right about climate change being the driver behind the urgency in current events. Since the Reagan era, governments have been in a panic about impending extinction-level, sudden and dramatic climate change. A magnetic pole reversal seems the most likely risk.

      • Richard on June 16, 2021 at 1:00 am

        Given that that science so many harp on & on about reveals a steady and rapid magnetospheric decline, an uptick on the effects of inbound space weather that’s still being tallied, and an increase in cosmic ray penetration into the biosphere, folks close to the ground are not as safe at hearth and home as was once the case during the prolonged cold.

        It wasn’t too long ago that that precessional rotation of the earth’s rotating axis was a big deal in science, but it’s not the only motion of celestial orientation science has picked up on.

    • Roger on June 15, 2021 at 8:44 pm

      Well, I guess it’s time I build a device that will put a magnetic shield over my property to protect it from cosmic and solar radiation. The Earth’s magnetic field is actually pretty week so how hard should it be? Maybe make a personal magnetic field generator to carry about in a back pack? Put one over my car? Wonder if only coming out at night will help?

  12. KSW on June 15, 2021 at 12:22 pm

    I grew up in the heart of Tornado Alley and witnessed several Level 4-5 tornados and their odd results. I love thunder storms, but I’ve been in a few that went on for hours and literally shook the house and me too. I’ve felt/seen dry electrical storms in the heat of summer with not a raindrop or cloud in sight. I once stood in the center of the street, dry in the sunlight and could reach out to a wall of very heavy rain coming down right in front of me (not relevant, but really cool to be on the edge of it!).

    There are times, especially in tornado season, when you feel the change of the electrical charge in the air and as kids we’d know to run home and check the TV to see if we were in a tornado watch (possible) or a tornado warning (one has been sighted). If the noon siren didn’t go off, we’d automatically know the weather wasn’t favorable that day. Everyone who has ever been exposed to this type of weather knows instinctively that there is much more going on than a collision of pressure areas and winds. Now, enter the grim reaper and its DC Minions putting their hand into “our” pie, literally.

    Also, Some idiots in DC are asking if it’s possible to shift the Moon’s orbit to correct? climate change! We exist on a “live” planet, in a living universe, that could shake us off like so many fleas, so wtf? It’s going to be a bumpy ride and it’s stiff drink time — stock up.

    • acorn on June 15, 2021 at 9:21 pm

      Hit the wrong thing KSW! Didn’t mean to report, just reply. Hopefully, the moderator will figure out I’m a clumsy fingered computer operator.

      All I meant to do was tell you I appreciate the George Carlin reference. I miss him…

  13. Melodi on June 15, 2021 at 12:03 pm

    About 2014 I also went on a trip through the Central Valley and it left me in tears, I wrote a blog called “Dead Valley Days.” I couldn’t believe what had happened to the place where I had several happy weeks at Summer Camp decades before, playing among the orchards and swimming in the irrigation canals. Now it was a horror of dead trees, dust, and tumbleweeds.

  14. Roger on June 15, 2021 at 11:24 am

    Last time there was a major drought satellite images showed miles of densely packed crisscrossing chemtrails daily well offshore of California. Some speculated it was to keep rain clouds from forming and coming inland.

  15. Roger on June 15, 2021 at 11:20 am

    Awesome, God is coming to our rescue and is about to take out all the anti-human satellites and electronic control grid!

    • KSW on June 15, 2021 at 12:24 pm

      Don’t underestimate the intelligence of the Earth itself.

  16. Lynne Gasteiger on June 15, 2021 at 7:57 am

    Here’s an excellent article (published yesterday) about the Sun’s “termination event,” and it’s effect on the upcoming Grand Solar Minimum;

  17. DanaThomas on June 15, 2021 at 6:59 am

    Criminal management of water supplies by the so-called “authorities” is just part of the war by certain tiny groups against the population, there has been something of this sort in Australia too. With online info so readily available there is no good excuse for not realizing it. Yes, “conservatives” have been conditioned to exalt the “rule of law” because, it is said, “otherwise society would collapse”. But what about when there are officially-sanctioned violations of natural law that are themselves causing societal collapse?

  18. anakephalaiosis on June 15, 2021 at 6:24 am


    Usurious was worship of scarcity,
    controlling water industry,
    so money priest
    could feast,
    on dust bowl calamity.

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