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    The Venus Transit and the Lost Civilizations of Earth


    by Zen Gardner


    It’s pretty obvious, yet it eludes the majority of humanity. We’ve lost our compass, our roots, our contact with true civilization.

    I was blessed with another gorgeous granddaughter this week, a precious gift from who knows where to the human family. She’s adorable, amazing and in for a real challenge.

    And no doubt up to it, cuz she chose to come and is therefore up for the battle!

    And she arrived between a lunar eclipse and at the beginning of the transit of Venus, another eclipse, with the Venus Transit signifying positive revolution!

    Now that’s cool!

    Natural Reality Vs the Antiseptic Matrix

    I’m blessed to have amazing kids. They’re born and bred around the globe and despite my intrepid wanderlust they’re amazingly well adjusted and have remained spiritually aware and centered in the amazing degrees of separation of our fractured world.

    But my oldest reminded me of something very profound today. Her younger sister, who just gave birth (almost in the car on the way to the hospital) had been going through the usual struggles of “when is she coming” and “I’m going bananas here” trials. She’s been comforting and encouraging her via phone as she’s had 3 beautiful kids of her own now in their teens.

    Funny thing is, several of us in the family told her “wait for the Venus transit, she’s probably waiting for that.”

    Sure enough, she was!

    Childbirth and the Stars

    The Universe is like a giant cosmic clock. Events and influences correspond with stellar positions and effects. The significance of the signs and influences of our cosmos as well as our earthly surroundings is fundamental to the rich, tribal indigenous cultures that have existed through the ages.

    What modern society calls primitive and advanced is just the opposite of a truly wise perspective of a grounded, Creative Universe, respecting and loving culture.

    The resonant story behind this is quite simply profound. My oldest daughter’s second child was born in Japan and reminded us all of this story.

    Their local midwife in Japan, a salt of the earth octogenarian from a very humble Japanese mountain country lifestyle, very authoritatively told her at the end of her pregnancy, “It will come after the full moon.”

    No questions, no doubts. Period.

    In fact, when my oldest daughter went to be checked due to increasing labor pains and thought it might be coming, she didn’t even check her but just sent her home and said. “No. It’s not coming until after the full moon.” Which was a few more days away.

    This turned out to be absolutely true to the day.

    And this wisdom stuck with my oldest, so she told her sister and the rest of us the same. And sure enough, right after the latest full moon which was also an eclipse, and the Venus transit had begun, out she came. In fact so quickly, she gave birth 20 minutes after arriving at the hospital!

    And my daughter now has this same calm, strong sense of knowing, having had it passed down as such and in turn experiencing it for herself.

    That is wisdom. That’s what is being eaten up and lost by the modern day techno-fascist machine.

    So Where Has This Wise Well-Grounded Sense of Connective Living Gone?

    I was raised in suburbia and have spent the rest of my life unlearning everything I picked up and continued to get contaminated by from “modern” culture. To find your way back is no small task when the wind is blowing against anything natural as if it’s the plague.

    With hardly a scratch of open-minded research you quickly learn this horrific disjointed dumbed-down spiritually bereft and socially debauched state of “the world” has been carefully crafted and deliberately engineered. Break down the organic roots of civilization and you can shift and mold populations for your globalist designs.

    Or so they hope.

    In your research as your awareness grows you’ll learn that wars are engineered, and so are other eugenicist agendas that treat mankind as cattle to be subjugated, slaughtered and sacrificed for the good of the few elite rulers.

    Massacre of evacuating, disarmed Lakoda men, women and children at Wounded Knee, 1890

    Vicious Genocide of Indigenous Peoples

    What you’ll also find to your astonishment is this rabid hatred of indigenous peoples of the earth. This manifests in what can only be termed satanic methods of torture and wanton destruction, never mind stolen lands and the likes of government distributed smallpox infected blankets. From the massacres of the Native American indigenous tribes to the unreported systematic abuse, torture and mass killings of Canadian Native tribes, they are beyond wicked in their savagery and blood lust.

    But why?

    As in the so-called “conquest” of the Aztec and Inca civilizations, stripping of their resources, and imposition of spirit muzzling Catholicism later carried on and facilitated by their agentur the Jesuits, are attempts to erase and supplant the deep spiritual roots and grounded traditions of indigenous peoples everywhere. Because this is what powers us. This is what the Jesuit “education” cover is all about, it’s erasing empowering generational wisdom, knowledge and culture and brainwashing for a dumbed down global mindset of unquestioning servitude. The so-called “scientific method” has also been used as a cudgel against spiritual knowledge and experience of conscious realities.

    The point is, real humans who know their spiritual heritage and infinite possibility and connectivity to Universe are the threat to the Powers that Would Be.

    MORE- http://www.zengardner.com/the-venus-...ions-of-earth/
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    Excellent article, that is sure to raise CPs hackles. I remember CP relating how his grandmother only survived because she took some children and hid inside a freshly-gutted bison while the US cavalry slaughtered everyone else they could find.

    Australia has a similar history of shame. Captain Cook planted a flag on a Sydney beach and so this vast country belonged to the British Empire from 1777 on. Unfortunately, the aborigine 'heathen savage' had no deed of title, even tho they'd been here more than 100,000 years after trekking from Southern India. In those days, the sea level was around 100 metres lower than it is today.

    Christian settlers soon arrived in numbers and the heathen savage was systematically murdered mostly by gunshot, but also using dirty tricks such as poisoned flour, which had the benefit of removing the entire tribe with just a few bags. That left the best land free, for the Christian farmers, without having to put up with black trash lurking in the bush. Such was the white-Christian hatred directed toward the indigenous of Australia that the whites organized a turkey shoot and went from one end of Tasmania to the other exterminating the savage. Only one survived on that island.


    Here is an article that describes the white-racist attitude of the day, as well as a well-known massacre.


    http://www.creativespirits.info/abor...reek-1838.html

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    We are all aborigines now. Occupy Everywhere!!


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    Occupy outer space!

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    So we can get a little peace and quiet here on earth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Yes, Mr. Native American, and there wasn't any misunderstanding, or attempts to work it out beforehand, just plain old coldblooded murder of completely innocent people.

    Yes, it would be a stretch to imagine it similar to the differences our two nations had in the past. Although I do see some similarities, for example, when your people were angered at our people so they swooped down on innocent defenseless pioneers who were just trying to work hard and provide for their women and children by farming little rocky plots of land, and murdering them, men, women, boys, and girls and infant babies, taking scalps as a memento of their...ugh victories.

    Of course they, you might say, were just rogue elements of your people, warriors who were contentious anyway, warriors who fought with other tribes as well, warriors who were always on the lookout for helpless people to plunder.

    Yes, those things do happen, and we do understand now how the majority of your people only wanted peace, just as the majority of our people did. Unfortunately, there was a disproportionate distribution of arms, so that one side had a clear advantage over the other. As fate would have it, the more powerful side took advantage of there superior firepower and secured their families from the threat of marauding bands.

    But then, it was decided primarily by the plague of smallpox that we introduced to the new land, like we wanted to have small pox or something? Sadly, your people had no resistance to this foreign disease, or the world might be a different place today with whole immense territories left to your people... well, I can imagine good things, can't I?

    I mean, what would your people do in the same situation, and please don't give me that same old worn out idealized version of your people, I mean the real people, the ones who fought other Indian nations, the ones who assisted us or the French against one another, the ones who were real live flesh and blood and subject to the same greed and envy as all human beings.

    If you don't tell me about the vast nation of brave and innocent Native Americans minding their own business, smoking peace pipes, helping poor settlers survive the bitter winters, invoking the Great Spirit for blessings and peace on the visitors in the big boats, then I won't tell you about all the innocent pioneer men and women sitting around the campfire singing Kumbayah, while children played hide and seek, and Father John said a blessing over their meager portion of food, which they shared with their Indian guests. I think there is enough hatred in the world today without purposely trying to stir up more of it.
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    Zzone to Creeping Panther, you got your ears on, Panther?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Zzone to Creeping Panther, you got your ears on, Panther?
    Trying to make trouble, zg? That old curmudgeon knows exactly how I feel. He rejects the US's sorrow and attempts to make restitution for any wrongs that it did to his people. And I doubt that there is anyone alive from those days who can feel personally guilty, but it is good that we as a nation tried our best to make things right. He also seems to reject the notion that his people had any wrong on their side. Maybe I should demand restitution for all the butchering of innocent settlers who were just trying to survive in this hostile land by farming a small plot of rocky land and minding their own business. The key, Creeping, if you're listening, is foregiveness. Without it, civilization cannot more forward. Without it, you cannot move forward either. The loser of a war is not the only victim; there are countless victims on the winning side, as well. Both sides must forgive each other and move on. To try to undo the past at this point in time would create more injustices than it would correct. Lying in wait for the US to go down the tubes to claim one's vindication is beneath human dignity. I hope that is not you.

    While we're at it, you still owe me an apology for falsely accusing me of saying that you outed KewlJason's friend. I am saying this for your benefit. I don't need your apology, but it will free your soul.
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    Wow, I guess you had your say. You are sorta like Obama coming out of the closet and admitting he is a Socialist and or Communist.

    I do understand what you are saying , there is facts behind what you say. There are instances of families being wiped out and women and babies raped, kidnapped, and killed in bad ways. I do understand the anger of the settlers upon hearing of these incidents, though very few in number, especially in the mid to late 1800's in the Great West. The actions of Washington and the settlers far eclipse any thing the Natives had ever done. And Aslan I am shocked that you have such venom toward my Grand Mothers people....................but now I know.

    Washington took a culture, robbed all from it, and flushed it entirely down the toilet, and it continues to this day. It has accomplished what the Nazis attempted to do to the Jews,,imagine that.

    Make no mistake, they were a noble people with few exceptions. Their economic system and way of life, while lacking in sophistication, was in reality far better than the horrible system we have today, and the day will come when even you wish you were a Native living as they had in their full bloom, before the European fucked them all the way to the Rez and beyond.

    Since you have, with such great relish, Aslan, slandered the Native tribes, will you now also do so to the Blacks, Mexicans, Jews, Arabs etc????

    The Great Spirit will judge this Washington and it's people, and I see it coming, very soon, not that I wish the horrors of it on anyone, I do not, but as has been said, you will reap, what you have sown. Washington, and it's people, have become evil beyond even my expectation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by creeping panther View Post
    Wow, I guess you had your say. You are sorta like Obama coming out of the closet and admitting he is a Socialist and or Communist.I do understand what you are saying , there is facts behind what you say. There are instances of families being wiped out and women and babies raped, kidnapped, and killed in bad ways. I do understand the anger of the settlers upon hearing of these incidents, though very few in number, especially in the mid to late 1800's in the Great West. The actions of Washington and the settlers far eclipse any thing the Natives had ever done. And Aslan I am shocked that you have such venom toward my Grand Mothers people....................but now I know.Washington took a culture, robbed all from it, and flushed it entirely down the toilet, and it continues to this day. It has accomplished what the Nazis attempted to do to the Jews,,imagine that.Make no mistake, they were a noble people with few exceptions. Their economic system and way of life, while lacking in sophistication, was in reality far better than the horrible system we have today, and the day will come when even you wish you were a Native living as they had in their full bloom, before the European fucked them all the way to the Rez and beyond.Since you have, with such great relish, Aslan, slandered the Native tribes, will you now also do so to the Blacks, Mexicans, Jews, Arabs etc????The Great Spirit will judge this Washington and it's people, and I see it coming, very soon, not that I wish the horrors of it on anyone, I do not, but as has been said, you will reap, what you have sown. Washington, and it's people, have become evil beyond even my expectation.CP
    Slandered you people. No. That is not my intention.

    I am just sick and tired of all this one-sided view of what happened. There are two sides to every story. The main thing that wiped out the Native American population was small pox, not guns. The average American back then, like now, was only interested in survival, on making a living, in protecting his family. In retrospect, I am far more for your side than for the US government (which is not the American people). Look at the nations, any nation-- if they have superior power, they almost never exercise patience enough to avoid bloodshed. Why-- because they have power enough that they don't have to. To me, this is true of any nation without exception. It is wrong. But it's the way things are. Power corrupts, whether possessed by white Europeans, Muslims, Native Americans, or any nation. I am always happy when the US shows restraint in dealing with other nations. I'd like to think America practices more restraint than most nations due to its representative democracy. But it does not exercise enough restraint IMHO, whether it's led by Obama or Bush. The only campaign I have ever contributed to is Ron Paul. Other than that, the only donations I make are to charity. I am not a fan of either political party. I am for Americans to take back the political process, to renew our democracy. I do understand your feeling about America and what Eastern Europeans did to your people. Whether the government's gestures have been heartfelt or not, mine are, and so are the majority of Americans. But past wrongs cannot be totally undone. The dead cannot be brought back to life. We can only work for justice in today's world. Wishing ill on America does no good. America and indeed the world is already under a death sentence. Wars and calamities are not accidental. They are what the world reaps by it turning away from God/The Great Spirit. Every wrong must be paid for by those who do those wrongs. I am with you on that. But I do not hope for it. My hope is that nations will turn from their godless ways so that peace can reign. I believe that America may hold that key. If America can change its ways, and I don't mean from capitalism to socialism, I mean from coldheartedness to compassion and caring, then I think they can lead the world away from catastrophe. Otherwise, I think the world, not just the US, is in for time of great suffering. IF I have misspoken, let me know. If these words are offensive, tell me. I don't mean to be offensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    Slandered you people. No. That is not my intention.

    I am just sick and tired of all this one-sided view of what happened. There are two sides to every story. The main thing that wiped out the Native American population was small pox, not guns.
    White man's smallpox, sometimes purposely infected upon the red man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    White man's smallpox, sometimes purposely infected upon the red man.
    The blame of which falls on the specific parties causing the spread of the infection, if in fact it really happened, not the nation. There are evil men in every nation, including the Native American nations, or do you believe the fantasy that Native Americans had achieved perfection? I cry for their plight, but I did not cause it. It was not culture but power that decided their plight. Big nations have their way in every part of the world, in every culture, no matter their religious persuasion. It is one of the great sins common to all mankind. If nations would turn to God in their hearts, this would cease and peace would prevail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslan View Post
    If nations would turn to God in their hearts, this would cease and peace would prevail.
    All well and nice. But many nations (religions) cannot agree on which God you are talking about. Not to mention finite resources such as oil and gold. Your flights of fantasy are just nice-sounding rhetoric. Sorry.
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