Religious exemptions to vaccines are about the soul’s right to breathe
by Marco Caceres [excerpted from full column here]
People view and practice religion in different ways. I have always tended to see religion more as a journey of growth in spiritual wisdom—of being open to all prospects for experiencing the creative power of the universe and learning from the teachings of sages, mystics and prophets (both past and present). I have sensed that the journey has been guided by my conscience—that inner still small voice that has often been said to be the highest authority.
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supercedes all other courts.”1
In one of his many sermons, 19th century Church of Scotland minister Robert Herbert Story described conscience as the “compass we must steer by.”2 He said that even if it is not pointing due north, “we cannot help it: as long as we believe it to be true, and have no means of checking it, we can be trusted to it.”2
Obey your conscience. Be true to yourself and to God’s voice in you, first and before all else. You might mistake the teaching of Scripture: you could not, if in earnest about it, mistake the teaching of the living voice of God within.2
The relationship between religion and conscience is closely intertwined. However, I had never previously stopped to reflect just how much until faced with the possibility of losing my religious freedoms as it relates to something as deeply personal as bodily integrity. Spurred on and financed by the pharmaceutical industry, the unceasing lobbying efforts within state legislatures in the United States to eliminate religious exemptions to vaccination and the resultant pushback by American families defending their religious freedoms, has put into clear perspective what is at stake here. Continue reading
Autumn 2015 thru Autumn 2016
From the folklore:
First, Toto pulls back the curtain.
Then Dorothy reads the riot act to the Wizard.
Toto = What is.
Dorothy = So what?
From the Prophecy:
Toto = the Truth Realization phase.
Dorothy = the phase of doing something about it.
In Toto, the heroes of our story—fulfillers of the Prophecy, leaders of ‘the Independents’ (aka Indies or I’s):
- Expose the tools of deception
- Show how to focus Truth to create more Indies
In Dorothy, the A-team snowballs the Grand Indie breakout along three parallel lines: Continue reading
Upcoming book on GMO menace may cascade for truth and justice
Here’s a column from last week in Mike Adams’ NaturalNews.com outlet that will make anyone concerned with the species’ health and freedom stand up and cheer. I sure did. It’s called Altered Genes, Twisted Truth, by Steven M. Druker. It promises to be a thorough expose and indictment of the corrupt, death-and-disease-causing Big Agri technology known as genetically modified organism (GMO) applied to crops and foods. Here’s the kicker: the book and its message—the knockout subtitle: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public—is wholeheartedly endorsed by one of the premier scientists of our time: Jane Goodall. From her foreword:
Yes, this is going to look a bit like last week’s column, Shakabuku 9-1-1. But I’ve done some more development and set up a formal launch site to move forward as a key salient of what Gandhi referred to as Satyagraha (universal truth force). You know what Satyagraha did… it sent the British Empire packing—at least in that former colonial corner of the globe. I have created a Website here for the Shakabuku ‘system,’ which I aim to be a simple grassroots exercise—mainly through personal email communication and iteration of the Shakabuku-Satyagraha message: “Be all you can be by breaking free from the Old Paradigm as individuals, en masse, to the New Paradigm of a Society without Coercion.” Continue reading
“Who’s in charge here?”
by Brian Wright
Boycott: the act of voluntarily abstaining from using, buying, or dealing with a person, organization, or country [government] to further an economic or humanitarian objective, usually in a social or political context.
My column today is a first sketch of a US national movement I am founding to withhold personal moral, political, and/or economic sanction from the US federal government (USG) until it ends a modest number of its most blatant and extreme acts of aggression—all unconstitutional—in three broad categories, to wit: Continue reading