Cosmic Convergence Accelerates Epochal Planetary Transformation
What happens when an unparalleled Solar Maximium occurs while Pluto is cruising through Capricorn, seismic activity and vulcanism (both undersea and on land) have already seen a dramatic uptick, technospheric breakdown has greatly accelerated, entire species have vacated the planet as whole ecosystems are irreparably destroyed, global climate change appears as global warming, cooling, drought or deluge, and the worldwide financial system is on the verge of collapse, as in a total and complete, irreversible monetary meltdown? Believe it or not, these actual occurrences and various eventualities are the very least of our problems. Here’s why:
There are certain ‘progressive’ developments and converging circumstances which will dictate the course of our future as a global civilization and human race – the fifth (and sixth) root race(s) to have inhabited planet Earth since it has revolved around the sun. That which will serve to “accelerate epochal planetary transformation” considerably more than any other major precipitating cause can be summed up as follows:
“When scientific knowledge and applied technology reach a critical level of advancement, without being informed by spiritual truths and guided by moral authority, the current civilization will relinquish its right to continue as it is.”
~ Cosmic Convergence Research Group
Truly, the greatest determinant of the immediate future of humanity is the extent to which science and technology – unalloyed to ethical and moral considerations – continue to challenge what has historically fallen within the “domain of the gods”. The ancient Greeks had some very poignant mythical legends which clearly spell out the relevant lesson for humankind concerning this most profound and highly consequential prognostication.
Perhaps the story of Icarus – flying too closely to the Sun with his wax wings – is an apt metaphor for the current direction that our civilization is heading in. Certainly it could represent the way humanity has approached so many new and diverse untested technologies, as well as countless scientific applications in use throughout the world. For as long as his story has been told, Icarus has served as a tragic mythological example of hubris and blind ambition.
An Open Letter to the People of Japan
Dear People of Japan,
As is often the case, we (the People of Japan as well as those who shaped your destiny) must look back into history to fully understand the developments surrounding the current nuclear crisis which has so paralyzed your country in the wake of the March 11thearthquake and tsunami. We are compelled to first look directly into the events leading up to the dropping of the atomic bombs by the US Military on both Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of WWII. When these two unprecedented and horrific events are put into proper perspective, the truth about your unfolding state of Nuclear Armageddon will become transparent.
From Hiroshima to Fukushima
First, here are some facts which are conveniently omitted when our side retells the history of one of the most heinous crimes perpetrated in world history. These two aforementioned war crimes were committed against strictly civilian populations during the final phase of the Asian theatre of WWII, when it had already been determined that the conflict was decisively won by the Allies. Quite a shocking statement, isn’t it?! However, an objective and honest assessment of all the information available conclusively shows that this crime of genocide was totally unnecessary on any grounds whatsoever. Truly, these atomic bombings constituted deliberate acts of state-sponsored terrorism wrought on a nation-state to traumatize it and subdue it into complete submission.
So, why did the USA et al. do it? Is there any doubt that the twin engines of economic growth after WWII could be found in the nations dealt the heaviest blow by that war? Clearly, Germany and Japan were transformed into the economic powerhouses of both the European and Asian realms respectively. This occurred only after each nation was ruthlessly savaged by acts of war which were as apocalyptic as they were unparalleled. Whether we consider the fire-bombing of Tokyo, the carpet-bombing of Dresden and obliteration of Berlin, or the atomic bombing of two civilian centers in Japan, we are left only with the stark and brutal reality that these events were pre-planned with precision and designed to produce a specific outcome. Continue reading
How Badly Is Fukushima Radiation Damaging the Pacific Ocean?
By Richard Wilcox PhD
August 30, 2014
Although its heart is rich in pearls and ores
The Sea complains upon a thousand shores
— Alexander Smith (1)
Copyright Richard Wilcox 2014
I watched some wonderful movies over the summer with “ocean” themes and one was with Robert Redford called All is Lost. The entertainment value was good but it also made a statement about Man’s interference with Nature and how nature can strike back. I love films like All is Lost, Master and Commander, in which the imperial navy visits the Galapagos Islands and “Kon Tiki,” a story about a 4,000 mile trek across the ocean, because they show the unspeakable beauty and power of the world’s great oceans. Can humans actually destroy them?
Over the past year we’ve read many news stories about mass die-offs of marine species in the Pacific Ocean and other regions. One hypothesis in the alternative media is that the massive radiation released from the Fukushima nuclear disaster is the cause. Others blame over-fishing, pollution or climatic events.
My opinion is that if the die-offs are unusual and “man made” then it is a combination of factors, but Fukushima is probably one of them. The Earth is under many human threats — we are an industrious species– Fukushima is doing the ocean only harm, and following that logic at a minimum the health of local species and perhaps wider ecosystems are being affected in a reverse synergy whereby organisms have surpassed the limits they can endure. Continue reading
Based Decision on Skewed Data and Questionable Testing Methodology
You know how it is with almost anything the US Federal Government touches?
The further one gets away from the scene of the crime – in this case the Macondo Prospect in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) – the more reality comes spilling out. Concerning the BP oil spill, it was only a matter of time that the verified facts would start to seep out from those scientific research institutions whose only purpose was to unravel the truth.
Everyone knew something was very wrong back in 2010 when the “US Department of Commerce – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) began closing ﬁsheries on May 2, 2010. It began reopening them, with various spatial and other limits, on June 23. The well was capped on July 15.”
Gulf Coast fishermen and tour boat operators, restauranteurs and store owners, hoteliers and motel owners all began to ask how such a decision could have been made while the well was still gushing.
Likewise, state government representatives, county officials and city commissioners all asked the very same questions about the safety of the seafood coming from the GOM.
As did Gulf Coast residents and vacationers, boaters and tourists, and curiosity-seekers of every stripe and color. Everyone wanted to know whether fish from the GOM, especially the shellfish from the northern Gulf region, was safe to eat. After all, the health and welfare of an entire culture revolves around seafood and the industry that produces it. Continue reading
by Richard Wilcox, PhD
There is no such thing as society. – Margaret Thatcher, England’s prime minister, 1987 (1)
If there is a single, metaphysical idea that I have dedicated my life’s work to [exposing], it is that the greatest evil, the greatest destructive force, in terms of thought, is nominalism…the idea that there is no intrinsic connection among objects in classes of things….that the only thing that exists in the world is the individual. It’s the case in science, it’s the case in political theory. – Matt Johnson, Ph.D. (2)
This is really shaping up to be a 500 or 1000 year drought. How long can the atmosphere tolerate chemtrails, HAARP, and massive, ongoing emissions of methane from both seabed and continental land masses?
A great being from India once said that the indiscriminate Nuclear Testing of the last 70 years would profoundly affect the weather patterns around the world. And so it has. Perhaps this is because an ongoing, imperceptible nuclear apocalypse has been irrevocably altering the ‘morphogenetic field’ of Planet Earth. We simply can’t do Nuclear Testing without HUGE unintended consequences in the form of pervasive collateral damage to the environment.
When we find ourselves in such an intense crucible like Fukushima, we are given the opportunity to spiritually advance ourselves in amazing ways. We’re watching this happen all around us, especially where disaster and calamity strike without warning. The shock to our consciousness creates an opening for miracles of personal transformation to occur, yes?– Cosmic Convergence Research Group (3)
A new documentary film featuring Koichi Oyama, a particularly brave and diligent city council member from the region affected by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, sums up the attitude of Leviathan, The Regime, the Hostile Criminal Elite, the Nuclear Cabal as it were, especially as it relates to the predicament Japanese people find themselves:“I would like to explain something historical to better your understanding. Japan used to be ruled by a king, the emperor. Parents and teachers told children the best thing they could do was die for their country. Kamikaze pilots in the war embodied this spirit. In World War II they always told us we were winning every battle. No one knew about Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The same thing is happening now. The current government not telling people what is happening is the same we have had since World War II. Keep your country alive by killing yourself. I think the way to save the children at Fukushima is to get the world involved. If we don’t protect our children now, it will be too late when we are the second Chernobyl. Not allowing the children to escape is murder” (4). Continue reading
A Special Report On the Fukushima Nuclear Catastrophe
Just prior to the Supermoon of March 18th, 2011, the world witnessed a natural and manmade disaster of epic proportions. What transpired off the coast of Honshu Island, Japan on March 11 has forever altered the planet and irremediably affected the global environment. Whereas the earthquake and tsunami proved to be truly apocalyptic events for the people of Japan, the ongoing nuclear disaster at Fukushima is proving to be cataclysmic for the entire world.
Most of the world community is still unaware of the extremely profound and far-reaching effects that the Fukushima nuclear disaster has had. If the nations of the world really understood the implications of the actual ‘fallout’ – past, current and future – the current nuclear energy paradigm would be systematically shut down. For those of us who are in the know, it is incumbent upon each of us to disseminate the relevant information/data necessary to forever close down the nuclear power industry around the globe.
TEPCO photo showing tangled wreckage inside the fuel pool at Fukushima after earthquake
There is now general agreement that the state of the art of nuclear power generation is such that it was deeply flawed and fundamentally dangerous from the very beginning. This fact was completely understood to be the case by the industry insiders and original financiers of every nuclear power plant ever built. Nuclear engineers had a very good understanding of just how vulnerable the design, engineering and architecture was at the startup of this industry. Nevertheless, they proceeded with this ill-fated enterprise at the behest of who? Continue reading
By Richard Wilcox
“Every living thing could use a little mercy now
Only the hand of grace can end the race
Towards another mushroom cloud
People in power, well
They’ll do anything to keep their crown
I love life, and life itself could use some mercy now
Yeah, we all could use a little mercy now
I know we don’t deserve it
But we need it anyhow
We hang in the balance
Dangle ‘tween hell and hallowed ground
Every single one of us could use some mercy now”
– Mary Gauthier, “Mercy Now”
We have heard much about Japan’s Fukushima Unit 4 nuclear spent fuel pool and the huge amount of radioactivity that could be released if that pool were to go dry, crack, fall apart or collapse (1; 2). As former Japanese diplomat to the United Nations, Akio Matsumura, recently warned the world:
“The highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies at the Fukushima-Daiichi power plants present a clear threat to the people of Japan and the world. Reactor 4 and the nearby common spent fuel pool contain over 11,000 highly radioactive spent fuel assemblies, many of which are exposed to the open air. The cesium-137, the radioactive component contained in these assemblies, present at the site is 85 times larger than the amount released during the Chernobyl accident. Another magnitude 7.0 earthquake would jar them from their pool or stop the cooling water, which would lead to a nuclear fire and meltdown. The nuclear disaster that would result is beyond anything science has ever seen. Calling it a global catastrophe is no exaggeration. If political leaders understand the situation and the potential catastrophe, I find it difficult to understand why they remain silent. The following leaves little to question: Continue reading