MICROBES & MONSTROUS MINDSETS: Reflections on the March 9th, 2013 show with James Horak on Ohio Exopolitics Radio
Crystal Clark, March 13, 2013
My core belief being that ignorance (of what it takes to create, regenerate and uphold life) is the greatest plague we have ever faced, I’m always looking for the antidote: proper knowledge of intelligent and creational/intelligent design systems, what I refer to as the Sacred Science.
Aside from being a dear friend and colleague, James Horak has been an invaluable and exceptional resource in this regard, and those familiar with his insights will recall he was the first person in the “alternative” media to explain that our atmosphere is comprised of living microbes. These microbes are a necessary part of building and maintaining our planetary atmosphere and play a vital role in filtering out harmful radiation. He has further explained that technologies like HAARP, weather modification and chemtrails, are killing these microbes—this is why the sun appears whiter than normal and is a primary cause of the holes in the atmosphere.
Proper knowledge liberates the individual from psychological manipulation (religious, new age, technopathic, governmental and otherwise), and gives them the tools they need to move from believing to knowing. This transition is vital to the self-empowerment, restoration, and equalization of the individual and their environment, which again, is why so much work has gone into preventing it by those who seek to dominate and control others. With and through the application of proper knowledge the individual human being becomes more capable of self-determining their own future, owning their own mind (thoughts), and less apt to participate in their own demise out of ignorance and fear-based manipulation.
In the attached radio interview below, during his latest appearance on Ohio Exopolitics Radio, James again mentions the role these microbes play in atmospherical design. In doing so, he further reminds people of the common sense in remembering that the color the sun appears to us, is not the actual color of the sun—it is being viewed through the filter of our atmosphere. In other words, despite new age fairytales of the sun turning white because the earth is “ascending to the 5th dimension,” it is not the sun that has changed, it is the filter through which we view it that has changed—our life-giving and protective atmosphere has become altered. [Article continues below the video].
Moreover, the quality of our atmosphere has not changed because of a natural cycles. There is nothing natural about a small handful of narcissistic and psychopathic power mongers trying to play God by weaponizing and controlling every natural system they decode the inner workings of. It is entirely unnatural and consummately detrimental to all living things to allow this type of power to remain in the hands of people who sought to decode these life support systems not to give life, but to take it—at will. Additionally, the larger the system they have control over, the more people (and other life forms) affected simultaneously, and aside from global water sources, the atmosphere of the planet is the largest overall system being manipulated.
The necessary role these microbes play in our creational design system is what protects living things on this planet from too much incoming radiation. The more their numbers decline, the whiter the sun looks (indicating over-exposure), and the more living species it affects. With this realization it would be wholly inaccurate to refer to the resulting damage as “sun disease” as the sun is not the cause of the problem. It would be far more accurate to call it “ignorance disease,” brought to us from a group of psychopathic and out-of-control elitists living out their version of a God Complex.
Because proper knowledge really is liberating, where the microbes are concerned, I feel compelled to reiterate just how important that one small spec of knowledge (pun intended!) is. It can and should immediately dispel the following dis-empowering pseudo-science, rumors and speculation:
• Artificial geo-engineering in the form of “global dimming” is necessary to protect us from a hotter sun
• Excessive green-house gasses and carbon emissions are responsible for destroying our atmosphere
• Genetically modified or cybernetic organisms capable of withstanding the damage must be created and released to replace the natural species that are consequently dying off
• Suspending gold particles in an atmosphere can fix it (space alien mythos and psy-ence)
Creational design systems (Sacred Science(s)) have endless co-creative connections, interrelations and feed-back loops, many of which are still not well understood, even by those who seek to control them all. The macrocosmic world (stellar radiations) and the microcosmic world (microbial) are also working together, something science (aerobiology) has recently discovered more about where the atmospherical microbes are concerned:
The necessary function of microbes in the design also goes beyond the atmosphere, affecting our oceans and soil as well:
The necessary function of microbes in the design also goes beyond our own planet:
In a previous co-interview with James Horak where the microbes were again brought up, in an effort to bring James’ insights regarding the microbes and EMV’s into a more matter-of-fact (down to earth) creational design or Sacred Science perspective, I likened the atmospheric microbes to a smaller or more fractal version of the EMV’s—both farm and manage solar energies to protect, uphold, and regenerate life—they are simply working at different scales. In some respects that was an oversimplification in that I only referenced their similarities, not their differences. While the atmospherical microbes and the EMV’s may perform similar tasks, the full range of tasks they are each capable of performing may vary significantly. Before explaining this in more depth I would like to share a related bit of Q & A from emvsinfo.blogspot.com. This information can be viewed directly in the comments section HERE.
Question (Presented anonymously on March 8th, 2013):
Mr. Horak, I have been practicing many different farming techniques and now use what is most often called, natural farming.
I was beginning to feel as if what I am learning is very important. I refer to microbes, fermentation, and making things like lactic acid bacteria which as you know synthesizes folic acid.
I have been feeling rather bedazzled by the small collection of microbes that do so much for us (cheese, yogurt, yeast, digestion, fertilizer, and so on…) and I cannot help but wonder if there is more going on than just chemistry. Do some microbes have sentience? Am I on to something relevant?
I have never practiced any techniques which have been so simple, so close to nature and so effective. Learning and practicing these ideas feels like the curtain is being pulled back, if only a little. Can you give it a yank?
Answer (Presented by James Horak on March 8th, 2013):
Sometimes we allow words more import than they deserve, sentience being one. What we do with it is what matters, not merely possessing it. When I am asked about the EMVs, wonders incomparable, and try to describe what they have instead of sentience, I always feel like I have left off the most important part to their presence. Being task driven they are fitted to a design that will not compromise purpose. Perhaps that would only be less so if they had sentience like ours. I see an awareness of such design in what you mention here. When we come to terms with it we realize our own strict borders of meaning cannot, one of life’s quandaries. But it is, as well, a depth, allowing poetry to our thoughts as we try to understand it better each day. Back to the earth movements have that quality and you fathom it in the precious small life you detect that complete us nutritionally. Some instruments can detect an exchange of consciousness between us and plants. In restoring Nature’s life cycle, having found out what it’s like to have lost it, new understandings will come forth. And now we may have the eye to see them. JCH
Basic & Extended Roles of Microbes & Similar Entities in Widespread Creational Design
When referring to the Sacred Science I often mention feed-back loops. This is a vital mechanism in ensuring balance; too much here and not enough over there causes imbalance, and imbalance causes suffering—that’s certainly part of it. In a broader sense, to quote the very gifted and often over-looked scientists and philosopher Walter Russell, “everything is given for the purpose of re-giving”. This is especially true where microbes and similar entities are concerned in their roles of terraforming: to alter or transform an environment or landscape in order to make it capable of supporting terrestrial life forms.
Terraforming happens every single day on this planet and, as the definition implies, is entirely necessary for a system designed to support complex life forms. We see this happen in the forest when molds immediately break down dead flora and fauna to return them to the soil (so that they may be re-given), and we see a similar process aided by beneficial worms in our composters. But, as James also pointed out in the same recent interview, where microbes are concerned, their numbers are also directly linked with the vitality of our soil—they break it down and make it usable. The failure of universities to teach this to their agricultural students has led to soil imbalances allowing fire ant populations to expand wildly and propagate farther north. (This is explained in the interview).
Just as importantly however, in Dr. Norman Begrun’s groundbreaking research into the Ringmakers of Saturn (EMV’s) in conjunction with additional insights from James Horak, we find that the same process happening at the micro (microbe) level, is also happening at the macro (macrobe) level in space. The EMV’s may perform similar functions, but they aren’t the only ones. [NOTE: You may want to revisit the previous Q&A later for additional clarity].
It’s interesting that the CNN article I referenced earlier referred to the possibility of scientists having found microbes from space, when in fact they have discovered more than that. Many of you will likely recall the now famous video of the “space station tether incident” wherein the video captured dozens of incredibly large objects floating around the tether. It’s important to note that in the beginning the narrator mentions *two* different events, and the footage splices them together in a manner portraying them as similar. They are similar in that both events capture an outer space that is clearly teaming with life forms, but are they the same kinds of life forms?
The video begins with a reference to the strange disks (associated with the tether event), and at 23 seconds in, shows footage of another event—this particular footage appears to have captured what looks to be an actual craft. The other footage however, likely reveals something quite different. The narrator explains that the tether breaks and the satellite drifts nearly 100 miles away. Interestingly, the narrator then says that nitrogen gas gathers around the tether turning it into a gigantic fluorescent light in space before explaining, “Incredibly, it seems to attract some strange company”. As seen in the video below, the “company” he is referring to look more like living microbes/macrobes than a space ship.
In the video researcher David Sereda explains he believes these are UFO’s of incredible size, and while they may in fact be as large as he calculated (or even larger), and they may also be heretofore unidentified, they look more like the microbial images I have included here for comparison. While I can’t be certain there is in fact a direct connection between the nitrogen and the space-faring macrobes (for lack of a better word), I nonetheless find the reference exceptionally interesting as the July, 2001 edition of Scientific American posted the following article: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=scientists-discover-new-n. The term “nitrogen-fixing” is specifically referring to a nitrogen fixation. From the article, written by Harald Franzen:
Now researchers from Michigan State University have found a new group of these so-called nitrogen fixers in bacteria. “Spirochetes are a large group of bacteria in which nitrogen fixation had never been recognized before,” co-author John Breznak says.
The researchers discovered the spirochetes’ nitrogen-fixing ability by looking at termites. These insects can’t convert nitrogen themselves, and their diet is very low in it. But Breznak’s team extracted spirochetes from the termites’ guts and grew the bacteria in the laboratory. Further analysis revealed that the bacteria contained the genes for nitrogen fixation and carried out the fixation process as well.
“Given the ubiquity of spirochetes in freshwater and marine habitats, our work reveals that spirochetes are newly discovered participants in this globally important process,” Breznak says. He hopes that their findings, which were published on Friday in Science, will show that microbes are an important part of the ecosystem. “Microbes can contribute to animal nutrition and health, not just cause disease,” he says.
What I especially enjoy from this article is it’s cross-over into the health of another kingdom (insects) regarding the invaluable role the micro world plays in the overall health and well-being of the entire creational design process and its mechanisms. It serves as another wondrous reminder that our experiential universe, no matter how large or small, is teaming not just with life, but life that gives for the purpose of re-giving.
From this perspective, is it really such a stretch to believe that even beyond our personal experiential universe (soil, air, yard, town, country, planet) or slice of reality, that the same creational mechanisms working at the smaller scale of life, wouldn’t also be performing similar tasks at the larger scale? What manner of absolute wonder are we missing out on, just so we can be manipulated by those whose control is fed by the fountain of our ignorance?
Moreover, is enough proper knowledge finally starting to leak through the dam of control that we can begin see the overwhelming benefit (and necessity) to actually having it? What kind of world can we finally expect to see when our thoughts, actions and determinations are no longer based on the constant recycling of bogus pseudo-science and psy-ops? Not only is it a world and future that is nearly impossible to imagine without the benefit of proper knowledge showing us what IS possible, but it is also unobtainable without that knowledge.
In the same way individual free will and the right to self-determine a better way of life are hemmed in and cut off by manufactured lack (beginning with lack of knowledge), we find the same parallel between controlled beliefs and imagined possibilities. People respond to what they have been taught to believe is true, not what IS true. From here we find that the intellectual and creative (life) contributions of the individual are also limited by what they have been taught to believe is possible, not what IS possible.
There are some final points I would like to stress that reflect the importance of the other things James discussed during this interview, especially regarding the corrupt and perverted mindset of those currently running the show. Allowing people in positions of power that take every part of creative forces and abuse them, to retain those positions, without fear of oversight, consequence or prosecution, is a mistake of mass proportions.
They are turning creation in on itself at every turn, which equates to killing nature to kill us. They do it simply because they want to and can, and believe that they have mechanisms in place to avoid the personal consequences of doing so—this is not the case. This is a downhill spiral into madness that they won’t survive any more than their predecessors did the previous six times it was tried. They will continue to move in this direction until they are no longer allowed to, and that resistance, restoration and correction can only come from one place: the rest of us. It is imperative to our survival not only to obtain proper knowledge, but also that we have the courage to share, use and act on it—independently and collectively.
Until this happens, our headlines will continue to be littered with the names of the singularly brave and therefore newly suicided victims of an out-of-control and cancerous power structure. And, given what was covered in this article, we may do well to reassess the mindset behind the outrageous list of suicided scientists and biologists—things aren’t always what they seem. It has largely been assumed that the fate of those biologists was likely linked to their knowledge of, and participation in, the development of precise and deadly bioweapons. However, how necessary are those forms of weapons to a genocidal mindset that has learned how to weaponize an entire biosphere? This question necessarily raises another: If they are really capable of weaponizing an entire biosphere (via geo-engineering), why continue to develop other forms of bioweapons?
The answer may lie in the 2007 film Toxic Skies (originally banned in the US), in which both were being used together—quite effectively. [Note that the story addresses a very real concern through a fictional perspective—chemtrails are not associated with additives to the fuel].
The weaponization of the earth’s biosphere in the form of chemtrails was (in the film) weakening the immune system to the point it would not only succumb to viruses more quickly and severely, but was further unable to respond to standard treatments as well. Today (in reality), the myriad of strange and reoccurring flus (influenza meaning: under the influence) are growing more common at the same time disease rates of all forms are skyrocketing. This is happening at the same time vaccine schedules are being increased, cancer-causing GMO’s and excessive levels of radiation are entering our environment with increasing frequency, and the UN’s CODEX ALIMENTARIUS is attempting to force member nations to harmonize with nutritional guidelines so absurd, obtaining Vitamin C will require a prescription from a doctor.
Furthermore, in the midst of endless (and relentless) cognitive dissonance, through the well-meaning new age movement, the beast of insanity has grown another arm. It found a way to corrupt and pervert nearly every meaningful spiritual teaching mankind has, carefully enfolding it into its own agenda. It coos sweet nothings of “what you resist will persist” or “just accept what is” into the ears of supplicants looking for ways to avoid taking self-responsibility for the outcome; self-responsibility being one of the greatest gifts or personal powers a human being actually has. This form of pseudo spiritually, much the same as religious trends, had nearly every cell of morality surgically carved out of it by the clever hand of the only elitist beast that will actually benefit from it.
It appears to have no shortage of cunning ways to convince its followers that resistance (to it) is futile, but they can rest assured they will be rewarded (via ascension or rapture) for consistently looking the other way in the face of so much suffering, and doing absolutely nothing to prevent it, anyway. It carefully tricks them into believing that providing mankind with basic formulas to maintain a world of peace and abundance, whether found in the idea of do unto others or the Ten Commandments, was all a ruse. “Don’t burden yourself with practicing good deeds and will towards men,” it insists with a confident nod and reassuring wink before adding, “it was never going to make a difference.” It further seeks to mock those who do or try, simultaneously encouraging them to passively accept what will inevitably become the source of their own suffering one day. It espouses the power of free will but encourages them not to use it, lest they become aware, too soon, that indeed the only thing necessary for it to thrive and continue, is for good people to look on and do nothing.
It’s a sad (but entirely changeable) truth that we live in a world where nearly every and any ideology stemming from the establishment of self-serving hierarchy, dutifully projected and repeated to create the illusion of an “obvious” conclusion, is most certainly an attempt at deflection and re-direction away from its own ill deeds. It creates the feeling or impression of moving forward or advancing, the same way standing still next to a car slowly rolling backwards will. We get to feel like we’re moving forward while the word around us is actually going backwards.
The rest of humanity, in the here and now, has a great deal of work to do—hard work—this is true. But it is noble, important, necessary, and exceptionally rewarding work. If carried out to the best of our abilities, it will allow us to do far more than offer our children a wishful but vague hope for a future. It will, if fully carried out and implemented, provide them with the certainty of it. If and when enough of us choose to do this, only then will we begin to see the ripple effect it will have on the several generations behind us that we owe it to.
If we can find the strength to give them this gift, they will most certainly pay it forward ten-fold, and not from a sense of dutiful reciprocity. I have no doubt they will take every opportunity to blow our minds with a range of passion and ingenuity that future will afford them, simply because we gave them the opportunity do it. For now it remains a dream and a hope, but an achievable one nonetheless. Proper knowledge, the willingness to share it and the courage to act on it will make it happen, and it’s the only thing that will. May we find (and enjoy) the courage and tenacity needed to ensure our children and grandchildren finally meet each other in that beautiful place—a place where excuses have long since been replaced by the wonder of endless possibilities and the freedom to discover them—a future made possible by the persistent and correct actions of those who love(d) them enough to preserve it.
[Additional Note: Those wishing to expand their knowledge-base on microbes may find the following PDF useful: PLANT SCIENCE MONOGRAPHS, Edited by Professor Nicholas Polunin: THE MICROBIOLOGY OF THE ATMOSPHERE (1961). Due-diligence of copyright status and the original link to the document can be found HERE.
Acknowledgement: I would like to thank the anonymous individual who asked about the microbes on the EMV blog for inspiring me to write this article. :)