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Near Death Experience, and a day meeting people

If you are the slightest bit ‘down’ then do watch this video.  We all believe in ‘life after death’ but this is a living breathing example of the reality.

So today, a lovely sunny Saturday, we became part of the Somerset art trail, which takes place for a roughly one week period in the Autumn.

We first went to Shepton Mallet to the prison to see promised works by artists. However we got the dates wrong so left empty handed so to speak.
We visited the nearby church of St Peter and St Paul to see an installation called ‘The Gleaning’. We had the privilege of meeting with Rev Gil Sakakini who is one of only two appointees to merge artistic aspects of the cumming with what is going on in the Church (of England).  We immediately clicked and we talked of structural changes that were taking place or could take place in the church today. I left promising to make time for a professional sharing of public relations and associated matters.

We then went on to visit Rowena, a talented artist bought up in a gypsy family and who left school at 11 to ‘do something useful’. She has adapted very well to the stresses and strains of the current situation and has never even contemplated having ‘the jab’.   Her colleague Jade showed me his brand new website  with the very original name of www.Wylderness.co.uk
Do have a look. It is brilliant and original. I told him I thought he would do well in America.

Off to Pilton (near Glastonbury) to visit a combined social and activity centre, and then to Penelope O’Gara showing and exhbition entitled strangely  ‘The Itinerant Bizarrium”. She was a set designer for the theatre and specialised in macabre ghostly like figures which fitted in remarkably well with the church, St Peters of Evercreech. Unfortunately this bouncy and jolly lady had had the vax. She was put under pressure as she did not want to transmit anything to her disabled son (now 30 but who had been hit in a ‘bike vs car’ accident when he was 15. She may have received a more innocuous version i.e. saline solution. Some think that all the vaccines had graphene but the balance of evidence that these loaded viruses are more likely to be associated with the booster shots.

A rather depressing forecast from Deagal, estimating that the population of the UK and the USA  will be
United Kingdom  14,517,860 (2025) from 63,390,000 (2017)
United States of America  99,553,100 (2025) from 316,440,000 (2017)
view more details here.

On that note…..

 

An enforced break from work

I have just returned from a pre-medical visit at the Sulis Centre, a branch of the NHS, in Peasedown here in Somerset.  It was an hour’s worth of appointment and it flew by.  I am having  hernia operation next week and for many reasons which I assume not being sued I had to go over all my details including any past insults to the body, all medications, any allergies.
As I am to be under general Anesthetic, a particular set of rules of fitness apply.

At the meeting with the nurse, the topic of covid came up and I gave my 5-minute summary on the less well -known aspects of it i.e. the politics and corruption behind the scenes. The nurse who was from Romania was on board and felt able to express her doubts.  She had to have the vaxx to keep working but I guessed from her demeanor that she had one of the placebo batches.   My blood pressure was high at 206/84 so I had to promise to do readings on a daily basis on my own and report back by Friday to enable the operation to take place (due 13th July)

I since was told that this the higher reading most affected by anxiety – deep rooted or otherwise – and I can bring it down by relaxing, breathing and positive visualization.  So I lay on my bed for 5 minutes, breathed in and out, and tested myself. The reading went down to 164.

This weekend I am having my beloved ZOOM / Red Pill members to a weekend with me. There will be about 10 of us. I shall be delivering a talk about how to give more effective lectures. By coincidence I found a video by Alan Watts: The Gospel According to Jesus Christ. The quality of his speaking voice makes me sentimental for the times that people spoke ‘Queen’s English’ using complete sentences instead of the procession of like- sort of – I’m er – that makes modern speech so irritating to listen to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ioPgq0mp8U

I love the bit where he says to speak with authority is to speak as the author and take responsibility for the content. The connection is so obvious that I never put the two together.  “To be original is not to be freaky but to speak from the origins. That is what Christians mean when they say ‘ to speak in the spirit’, to have our mouth possessed by the Holy Spirit”

Wonderful stuff. And how the audience responds.

Most of my gardening jobs I quote for I get. Occasionally someone calls me and says they have got someone else. This from the timing point of view is not possible. In those cases there is another reason that they are not telling me. I never argue. Instead I congratulate them on their choice and wish them all the best.

Last weekend we went to Frome where there was a combined art trail a grand street market spanning most of the small roads that comprise the city, combined with a photographic exhibition plus musical events with local bands in the evening.

I was in paradise as I could practice my specialty, talking to and joking with complete strangers. If you are the same wavelength as the other party then it does not matter whether you know them or whether they are a complete stranger.

Day two of the bank holiday weekend (Easter)

We had nothing on our calendar and in a strange way that turned out to the the right thing.  We arose from our bed at about 10 am and had a leisurely breakfast. Francoise fiddled around in the garden whilst I watched TV in a fairly aimless way. I notice chem-trails are active again after quite a few days of non-activity.

Lunch was a simple rice with one of these mixed tomato and spinach based sauces in a bottle which go well with anything.  We could not resist opening a bottle of bubbly to celebrate a day of peace, not rushing around to buy stuff (though Francoise went around to get some necessities in the morning).  I did not leave the house.  It must be said that the weather was actually warm, approaching 20 degrees C. The prophets of doom say there will be a return to lower temperatures later next week.

I am happy for those families who can get out and have actual recreation. It fortifies the human spirit inter alia against the next bunch of horrors that will be visited on us. I don’t think the Govt. cares one jot what we think or want. I wish the country were run by Wetherspoons. At least they would listen to us.

I find the Old Skool animated movies very stimulating. You can find them on YouTube. This is a very thought provoking example by Ram Dass.

I am not into reading especially heavy material as I am trying to give myself a day off.  This never works completely as I always think of some ‘work’ to do but I did much better than normal.

I watched some of my favorite ‘soaps’ – Police specials, Long Island Medium,   construction schemes that went wrong and even a touch of Dr. Pimple Popper.  Very little physical activity. I find that a combination of polenta (corn based) and a slice of pork puts me in a wonderfully settled state stomach-wise.

Early to bed.