I'm beginning to wonder if humans might eventually just go back to things the way they were and just " accept" that corona is now a fact of life on the planet, just like car accidents, heart attacks, influenza, ect, ect, Just another thing that might get ya !! 🤔🤔
Can we go back to life as it was before the coronavirus? Yes, more or less, were it not for the Shift (polar shifting, global warming due to the volcanic crust). I know, the coronavirus is also part of the Shift, anyway.
I think people and governments have already accepted that corona will be a part of life in the days to come. However, I saw some predictions which mentioned that the virus will more or less disappear from the community soon and will not remain a major threat.
I am actually looking forward to the formation of 'safety bubbles' among 'safe' countries and places. Three Baltic countries have done so, New Zealand and Australia may soon form another bubble. Other Asian countries like South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China may also form another bubble. Then these bubbles may also merge.
Most of these countries manage to control the coronavirus not by government enforced quarantine (or social distancing) measures, but by common sense and self-discipline of its people. Most people there continue to work, eat at restaurants, and overcame any shortage of basic household goods and food (simply by NOT running out and empty product shelves). Most of these countries and places have reduced the incidence of new cases to less than 1 per million resident.
As for asking China to pay for damages, I am not so hopeful. But then, we never ask Germany to pay for German measles, or Japan for Japanese encephalitis, not sure how to make China pay up for coronavirus. Crimes against humanity would be the closest I can think of, but then fat Kim from North Korea may be an even better candidate.
I WISH people would not empty product shelves!
There's nothing like standing in an empty toilet paper aisle to make you think humanity is selfish and stupid.
Pursuit of self interest is what drives economic activity. Passing judgments ―with which I agree, by the way, in this case― [written acknowledgment that I recognize my feelings drive my hypocrisy) does not improve economic conditions.
The problem with panic buying & hoarding is the effect displaced onto other people the panic buyers themselves seek to avoid, which returns us to the human condition: selfishness is what drives development while simultaneously criticized roundly. Marx and Engels took this to a new level, Vladimir Lenin to new application and Josef Stalin to ultimate thuggery. Others have made valiant attempts to compete, such as Hitler, Mao, Pol Pot and Castro. Didn't Louis Armstrong sing a great song about this, "What A Wonderful World" ?
(Алиса Зиновьевна Розенбаум, or Alyssa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum [nom de plume: Ayn Rand] developed Objectivism, which explores & explains pursuit of self interest for & to the interested)
There is nothing wrong with self-interest, but it does have limits.
Under normal conditions, I would applaud someone for keeping a huge stash of paper and food products. The effect of a whole population individually accumulating a stash of products at random times during the year, doesn't disrupt the supply chain.
But if you don't ALREADY have a stash and you seek to acquire it DURING a crisis when everyone else has the same idea, you are creating stress and misery for others.
In a crisis, If everyone just kept buying at their normal rate, or a little more to adjust for being at home and not eating out or using restrooms in public, there would be enough for everyone.
Our stores have not allowed customers to buy more than one package of toilet paper and paper towels for a month now, but the problem isn't resolved. Hoarders adjust their behavior to beat the system and purchase one package several days in a row.
And somehow, these hoarders never look at the empty shelves and perceive that THEY have CAUSED the problem.
Oh, and another thought . . .
People who acquire a stash of products during normal times, actually do the world a favor. Provided they use up their stash and refrain from replenishing it during a crisis, they free up products at the store for consumers who don't have a stash.
Everything is relative. When and where I grew up, luxuries like toilet paper did not exist for us, or for anyone else I knew. We wrinkled pieces of newspaper very well, until it became soft as fabric or toilet paper. We knew exactly which newspaper made the best stuff to wipe one's ass with. I was 11 tears of age when I saw toilet paper for the first time...
Ha ha, TV! I would try leaves. God knows there are enough leaves where I live.
People are also installing bidet toilet seats on their existing toilets, which I didn't even know existed. Evidently, it's not too difficult to install.
Leaves in the winter cold and under the snow. Even the toilet being an unheated outhouse, even in the winter...
Germany was not only asked but FORCED to pay for World War I, which led to 3 things, 1. The Weimar Republic and its financial collapse 2. The National-Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei) more commonly known as "Nazi" 3. World War II
It's emotionally appealing for the world to be angry with China's leaders for their tar-like transparency, but economic sanctions are likely to cause more economic harm to all players than we've already self-inflicted through grotesque overreactions to the flu.
I truly believe that this time next year, hardly anyone will remember this situation. Nothing will come of any investigation into its origins. Rather the MSM will be taken over by Trumps re-election.
I think we need an even bigger kick up the ass that maybe what the Dim period will bring?
@magic Mike from anything I've read on various spiritual websites we are indeed going to get kicked in the ass so to speak.
We can see things as an ass-kicking or as a house, flat & apartment cleaning.
Let me express my severe bias; watching government shrink will be bittersweet, BUT I will enjoy the heck out of the sweet moments despite inevitable bitter bits.
@Patrick I'm sure there'll be times to get some popcorn and drink to enjoy the next few yrs.
Not hearing anything from Kryon, Bashar or Erik about any upcoming Dim Period. I've not come across any other information sources about this beyond Patrick and Matthew.
@Alex your right Alex I also haven't seen mention of this dim period on other spiritual sites I visit, but at the same time I have heard of things like bad people getting arrested and not people who are just doing things like stealing or petty crimes either. So just because people may not be talking about events that are yet to come doesn't mean they won't happen either.
That's a big reason I'm here, Alex.
Most sources agree that a Shift is happening but other sources only give a piecemeal information. The complete picture is given only by Patrick and Matthew.
I read about global warming and volcanic eruptions on numerous other sites. If there is enough volcanic ash in the upper atmosphere to prevent heat dissipation, there is enough ash to form a lamp shade to reduce sunlight.
The volcanic ash will eventually come back down to earth, provided the rate of dropping of the ash is not exceeded by new volcanic ash going up. That means the global warming effect will also diminish over time, as the volcanic ash crust shrinks over time.
I think I read somewhere else that the reduced sunlight will last about 3 years. That may also mean the global warming will also last about the same time. I hope.
Since we don't have the ability to clean our upper atmosphere of the volcanic ash, the next best thing is to blow up volcanoes before they erupt and let the lava flow into sea or land. But that is politically impractical, especially since we can't proof which volcano will erupt and push up how much ash into the atmosphere. We can only watch the time bombs going off helplessly.
If we can tune into the future frequencies that resonates with us, because we create our own realities here, perhaps some of us will choose to experience a Dim Period and others will not.
The problem here is that this will be a collective event, so personal manifestation has really very little space to divert from the collective manifestation.
This, at least, is my understanding of manifestations of reality
Have a nice day
Blow up volcanoes? Really?
This is the funniest thing I've read in a week.
Like trying to pop open a bunker with a firecracker... Unless you want to use nuclear weapons, and in the process dissipate around huge amounts of radioactive cinders... Only to allow the volcano to spew ashes even easily.
Dear Stephen, you have to acknowledge that there are natural phenomena that are way beyound our capability to even influence them.
We have only the choice to select the best strategy to accomodate the events, that's all.
Hava a nice day
@pierluigi I think if there was anyway possible to stop the shift and keep the status quo I think that would make Stephen happy. Unfortunately though this shift is happening come hell or high water.
"There hasn't been a first wave "??. I'm confused, can anyone enlighten me on what tc mean by this please 🤔🤔
I asked the same question, and wondered if it was a terminology / semantics thing.
Ask the same type of question a different way, maybe get the answer from a different perspective and not as succinct or literal.
My guess is that, in spite of all the media attention, maybe it really hasn't been a 'wave'. More like a strong flu season, but with occurrences not really spiking above that norm, nor being a wave across the population. It just happens to be getting a lot more attention and fear-based drama around it right now than the 'regular' flu that we deal with every season.
So if there hasn't been a large / noteworthy spike in deaths as a result of this (compared to other things being the cause), then there really wasn't a first-wave. Therefore, there can't be a second one.
Just my thoughts....
Allen, that was my impression also. The commentary on covid has been off the charts, far exceeding the effects for which the virus has actually been responsible. Fauci, who has been ringing the "second wave" bell, has found it difficult to make accurate predictions to date, thus casting doubt on this "theory" also.
How will this leave the world in a financial sense? With all this furlough and bailouts, taxation on every level is going to sky rocket. Unless Trump initiates this - S.2757 - (N.E.S.A.R.A) National Economic Security Strategy Act of 2018 - 115th Congress (2017-2018) - https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/senate-bill/2757/text
Doing this would have bigger ramifications than this pandemic.
Ordinarily, printing money by a government to prop up the economy will lead to stagflation later on. (Think about the IS/LM curve for those who took some economics classes.) It is different this time, because the is so much under-utilised capacity, the money given away by the governments will not lead to stagflation, but to prop up the economy that is suffering from a sudden death (or shock).
How to pay for all this extra government spending? Actually, it matters little as long as the government deficit is owed to its own citizens in its own currency. The worst case scenario is depreciation of the currency. But if the extra government spending is financed by foreigners in a foreign currency (think Argentina), then the result may be more precarious.
I saw a video earlier today that says HCQ decalcifies the Pineal Gland and that is why Trump is taking it. Not only to stave off the Bat Flu but encourage everyone to take it and open their third eye?
@Patrick and TC--RE: the reader's "sweet" questions--the answers were the best explanation I have seen anywhere about how our body reacts to the consumption of refined carbohydrates and the damage that can be caused. Too bad, although I like a little tad of honey or maple syrup on my oatmeal, I do notice some cartilage inflamation afterwards, so I'm sure it's not doing me any good.
If you do require bread for toast, sandwiches, etc., a great low glycemic option is the original Ezekial bread for the fact that it's made from various sprouted grains and seeds, including lentils which provides protein. (It's usually found in the health food freezer section.)
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