2012 Energy Waves & The Coming Major Changes

Below is an excerpt from Transitions by Denise LeFay who reposted Aluna Joy.  Please take a look.  The shifting planetary momentum is underway.


“Back to the Star Elders . . .The next large wave we see that you might experience profoundly is a total solar eclipse on May 20th (http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEgoogle/SEgoogle2001/SE2012May20Agoogle.html). In the path of this total solar eclipse, your dimension will begin an entire reboot of its operating system on your Earth. As the sun is blocked so perfectly by your moon, in this very still, no-time place, a new operation system will be created and uploaded into your body as well as your world, solar system and universe. Remember that this is a universalSolar eclipse, green shift and recalibration . . . not just a planetary one. We are shifting with you, as well as Ascended Masters and Angelic Realms. We are all transforming together as ONE in unity. If you are in the path of the shadow of this eclipse, the download will be quicker, more complete and graceful. You will become the living messengers for this new download for the rest of the world that did not have the luxury to travel into the eclipse path. This new operating system will begin to spread across the Earth over some time (a month or two). Again we strongly say, gather with fearless ones on the days surrounding this reboot. Gather with ones that come from the inner knowledge of Love, trust and truth that this transformation of our reality is already victorious.”

via 2012 Energy Waves & The Coming Major Changes.


Remember Remember “A Modest Call To Action” in September?

They are saying that OCCUPY is dying; that winter’s discontent has put us down.  That we are not a happy few, but a quitting few.   A corporate message, my friends.  A corporate red herring.  Occupiers hearts’ are in the trim!  Can we remember?

It was in mid September, only 4 short months ago:

This statement is ours, and for anyone who will get behind it. Representing ourselves, we bring this call for revolution.

We want freedom for all, without regards for identity, because we are all people, and because no other reason should be needed. However, this freedom has been largely taken from the people, and slowly made to trickle down, whenever we get angry.

Money, it has been said, has taken over politics. In truth, we say, money has always been part of the capitalist political system. A system based on the existence of have and have nots, where inequality is inherent to the system, will inevitably lead to a situation where the haves find a way to rule, whether by the sword or by the dollar.

We agree that we need to see election reform. However, the election reform proposed ignores the causes which allowed such a system to happen. Some will readily blame the federal reserve, but the political system has been beholden to political machinations of the wealthy well before its founding.

We need to address the core facts: these corporations, even if they were unable to compete in the electoral arena, would still remain control of society. They would retain economic control, which would allow them to retain political control. Term limits would, again, not solve this, as many in the political class already leave politics to find themselves as part of the corporate elites.

We need to retake the freedom that has been stolen from the people, altogether.

. If you agree that freedom is the right to communicate, to live, to be, to go, to love, to do what you will without the impositions of others, then you might be one of us.

. If you agree that a person is entitled to the sweat of their brows, that being talented at management should not entitle others to act like overseers and overlords, that all workers should have the right to engage in decisions, democratically, then you might be one of us.

. If you agree that freedom for some is not the same as freedom for all, and that freedom for all is the only true freedom, then you might be one of us.

. If you agree that power is not right, that life trumps property, then you might be one of us.

. If you agree that state and corporation are merely two sides of the same oppressive power structure, if you realize how media distorts things to preserve it, how it pits the people against the people to remain in power, then you might be one of us.

And so we call on people to act

. We call for protests to remain active in the cities. Those already there, to grow, to organize, to raise consciousnesses, for those cities where there are no protests, for protests to organize and disrupt the system.

. We call for workers to not only strike, but seize their workplaces collectively, and to organize them democratically. We call for students and teachers to act together, to teach democracy, not merely the teachers to the students, but the students to the teachers. To seize the classrooms and free minds together.

. We call for the unemployed to volunteer, to learn, to teach, to use what skills they have to support themselves as part of the revolting people as a community.

. We call for the organization of people’s assemblies in every city, every public square, every township.

. We call for the seizure and use of abandoned buildings, of abandoned land, of every property seized and abandoned by speculators, for the people, for every group that will organize them.

We call for a revolution of the mind as well as the body politic.

September 17th, 2011 just a few, a band of brothers and sisters who simply called themselves OCCUPY WALL STREET flooded into Zucotti Park / Liberty Square and made a revolution against the global plutocrats, the US democrats and the explicit American grand old white guys, and the White House, too.    They hailed the rest of the worldwide revolution and brought all our hearts’ into the trim; WE ARE THE 99%~!  

To the Sauron’s in their Wall Street towers the need to exclaim a death to the Movement and to Freedom overwhelms.  The Sheriff’s of Nottinghams’, the Darth Vaders all… we face them in their political financial cabal: the FED, IMF and they send their companion Police Inspector Javerts’ to poison the crowd, to smash the revolt.  Occupiers are the Jean Val-Jeans’ of the day!  We, brutalized for our loaves of bread!   A political ugliness yet to emerge rouses from sleep like a Grendel in the caves of metropolitan and state politics.  Is there any one of us who doesn’t see the quintessential Republi-crat as Milo Minderbinder from Catch-22?  Anyone of them so willing to sell the morphine from the medical kits at the crucial moment that Yossarian and the Kid need it most?   I give you “great job, Brownie”.   The purge, the privatization, the profiteering !  Klein’s Disaster Capitalism is done unto.   Demonstration is wicked.  None of us who have walked the streets and slept or sat the days out in parks across this planet need ever hold our humanity cheap!  THEY are on the wrong side of eternity and love.  THEY are despicable forever… they are the Suron’s … the bad King John’s with their Sheriff’s of Nottinghams’ … the Darth Vaders sucking off the Emperor for want of the moment behind his back with a blade.   As surely as I voted Milo Minderbinder into the White House in 08.    He is busy selling another term of office.

Who of us IS NOT Anonymous and proud to be?

Me, I dream and do as they did for King Harry.  Bring on the French!  My heart is in the trim and OCCUPY THRIVES! 


2012 – good time to journey it from wake up to wake up.  KYMATICA is pretty good.  Pretty good.

all your ways are known to me,

people are just Tharn.

you know “tharn”? read Watership Down.

an excellent representation of our society…as it burns out..

comparatively with a warren of rabbits living close to a farm where they are cursed with a ‘feast or famine’ lifestyle. and

so are we.

when the farmer discovers a rabbit, he sets a trap, the young rabbit is caught in it, he becomes paralyzed with fear, he becomes dinner for the farmer’s family. that pralyzed with fear behavior? it’s THARN. and that’s the majority of American right now. tharn.

I am tempted to turn completely within.  to let go of karma and creative enthusiasm.  to remember the dreams i dreampt as a child in which

all your ways are known to me.

Monsters are coming & suicide is painless…

LAKE WORTH, FL.  EAST COAST:  A test of your seaworthiness was in your ability to climb up onto the flybridge with a drink in each hand.   Unless you’ve stood at the helm on a flybridge, making way through the ocean, navigating the waves and searching the sea or the horizon for the pleasure of it or with the skill to determine where the fish are… well, it’s a lifestyle.  One that rapidly vanishes in the southeaster seas of the United States.  Perhaps it’s now that … it has vanished… no more pleasure boating.  No more deep sea fishing, angling.  No more dolphin spotting… oh hell no!  Today a baby dolphin sought her refuge in the arms of shocked citizens on Pensacola beaches surveying the latest oil spoiling the beaches and died soon after.  This is our ocean.  This our sea.  This is our heart…. and for one of us… a captain for twenty years, it was too much.  Suicide was less painless, and so he climbed the ladder up to his flybridge with a gun and ate it.  Fuck you BP … would be my best guess at a suicide note… but why bother…. the Alabama boat captain had the whole of the Gulf of Mexico for a suicide note to leave.   
Our mettle is being tested.  Mettle testing describes life now, all along the shores of LA, MS, AL, FL and I think it may be coming all the way ’round before it’s…..?  There are those who say it may never be ‘over’ … capped.  How do we cope?  Today we live with the horror as a baby dolphin washes onto the Pensacola beaches and we learn about William Allen Kruse, a charter fishing boat captain … known as the “Rookie” for the last 20 years, “Rookie” the name of the vessel.

GULF SHORES, Ala. — A 55-year-old charter fishing captain preparing Wednesday morning to launch into another day’s work with the oil spill cleanup sent his crew members on an errand at a Fort Morgan marina and then, while they were within earshot, shot himself in the head, authorities said. 

[But then, two months ago, the leaking BP oil well began pouring crude into the waters where he took families fishing for snapper and amberjack.

Two weeks and two days ago, with his fishing grounds closed, Kruse, 55, took a job working for BP’s cleanup crew. For the very people who’d caused the mess.
Other boat captains said Kruse, like them, found the effort confusing, overly bureaucratic and frustrating. He told them to keep their heads down, not to worry about the hassles. But those close to him saw he was losing weight.

 On Wednesday morning, Kruse drove to his boat as usual. As the deckhands prepared for the day’s work, Kruse, as the captain, was supposed to turn on the generator. But after a few minutes, the crew members said, they didn’t hear anything and went looking for him. A deckhand found him in the wheelhouse, shot in the head.

‘Reality’s kicking in’The Baldwin County, Ala., coroner’s office called his death an apparent suicide and said Kruse didn’t leave a note. There’s no way to be sure why he would have taken his life. But his friends see the tragedy as a clear sign of the BP spill’s hidden psychological toll on the Gulf Coast, an awful feeling of helplessness that descends on people used to hard work and independence.
“We’re helping cover up the lie. We’re burying ourselves. We’re helping them cover up the [expletive] that’s putting us out of work,” said a 27-year-old deckhand who was working for Kruse on Wednesday and spoke on condition of anonymity. He said Kruse was facing the same problems as others in his business: “It’s just setting in with ’em, you know; reality’s kicking in. And there’s a lot of people that aren’t as happy as they used to be.”
Around the gulf, social service providers are dealing with a rising tide of mental health crises. Groups of Baptists are deploying extra chaplains in parishes along the coast. In southern Louisiana, where the impact was felt first, about 1,500 people have received counseling services from Catholic Charities.
From past disasters, such as the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989, health experts say they expect a wave of physical health problems, such as high blood pressure and heart disease. But they also expect more-subtle problems, as people absorb the spill’s impact on their lives: depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug abuse, domestic issues.


“We’re seeing already an increase in suspiciousness, arguing, domestic violence. . . . We’re already having reports of increased drinking, anxiety, anger and avoidance,” Howard J. Osofsky of the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans said during a two-day hearing this week on the physical and emotional impact of the spill.

Michele Many, a social worker who helps fishermen’s wives, said the stress of the spill is compounded by its uncertainty. Oil is still pouring out, spreading, with an unmanageable toxicity that evokes comparisons to disease.
“The oil spill is like a cancer or tumor,” said Many, who works at Louisiana State University. “It is creeping and unpredictable from whether people will have livelihoods or health issues later from helping clean it up. You just don’t know whether it is benign or malignant.”
In Lafitte, La., 200 hundred miles from the marina where Kruse died, Claudia Helmer heard about the suicide Wednesday afternoon.
“Oh, Lord,” she said. “That is really, really sad.”
And she immediately began to fret about her fisherman husband, Gerry, and their 19-year-old son, who were spending five days on the Gulf, helping clean up oil.] msnbc.com

If the monsters are coming, they might like a cool pitcher of Margaritas with the parrotheads.  Jimmy Buffet has dedicated a July 1st free concert to helping out the Gulf Coast region … where his new Pensacola beach hotel, Marguriatville is located.   There is no doubt about the dedication and love Mr. Buffet carries for the southeastern United States.  His mettle is being tested too.  His vessel is as oil soaked as are all the rest.   
In the meantime, oil floods out from a mile below decks.  Its despoiling the ocean… the whole big ole Mother / Father Ocean of mamma Earth.  I’ve recently experience the dilettante mindset of this crisis online.   The humidity is oppresive right now, even at night.  Last night the humidity tasted slightly of petroleum.  What with a half assed Health Care bill, a non-starter of a banking reform bill and now the atrocity of corporate greed and profiteering… we are definitely a ‘third world country’…. at least down here close the Conch Republic, we are.   The bigger monsters strain to break free and join the ongoing nasty; the suggestion of a nuclear warhead to eventually plug the hole makes it seem to me, and so many like minded, that the government is just as stupid as we feared they were during Bush years.  (oh how that hurts to utter) 

These are our ocean babies.  The children of our friends, a sailor’s friend.  How can we allow this? 

Oceanic Requiem, the tear for a President

My Captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still;
My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will;
The ship is anchored safe and sound, its voyage closed and done;
From fearful trip the victor ship comes in with object won;
Exult O shores, and ring O bells!
But I, with mournful tread,
Walk the deck my Captain lies,
Fallen cold and dead. – Walt Whitman

CHICAGO — President Barack Obama said Saturday that the failure of BP’s latest effort to stop the damaging flow of oil into the Gulf of Mexico is “as enraging as it is heartbreaking.”

I feel for him. I Hope for him. I Hope for my Mother Earth.