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Friday, March 25, 2011

Migrations And Earth Motions

It is important now to understand that peoples will be moving about out of necessity - sometimes urgent necessity and animals also must have access to different places than you normally see them. Again it is vital that you move back from shore lines - and I mean truly vital right now. Or if you can be well above shore lines of rivers and seas this would be to your great advantage.

It is in our nature, as human beings, to explore not only the Earth but to examine the stars and thus we are called The Explorer Race - meaning all human beings on Earth. And yet, there are times when we need to allow others their space - the animals, some peoples and we need that allowance for us as well.

So lets welcome each other, respect each other and honor each other.



Zenseer said...

Thank you for warning us Robert.
I've been living by the coast for about 8 years now and I must say that I've always felt uneasy facing this huge mass of water...
That said, regarding fish farms, in an ideal world, yes we should raise the fish we eat and not overfish the ocean.
I have seen documentaries on salmon farms and the reality is far less glamourous than it seems. First of all, the fish is not given the food & nutrition it gets in the wild (they give them pellets like they give other mass-produced farm animals that create nutritional deficiencies and probably kills them slowly as well). Farm raised salmon also get added coloring b/c otherwise the flesh is grey and nobody would buy it.
2ndly these fishes are sick and covered with parasites that can jump to other migrating salmon species and do a lot of damage. The Alaskan sockeye salmon is becoming endangered and I believe that the poor bald eagles that have died of starvation this winter are linked to the salmon becoming more rare (the eagles feast on wild salmon to prepare for the harshness of the winter).
3rdly these fish farms destroy the local ecosystem and native fish populations which consequently triggers a chain reaction: dead water, no more fish, no more work for fishermen and entire towns are economically destroyed (esp in poor countries which is were the big salmon farms tend to choose their locations).
Everybody knows that esp. politicians but money talks and these people don't care about the environment, local economy and their own people...As long as the consumer is happy!
This is the current reality of fish farming and I don't expect it to change any time soon...

Robert Shapiro said...

Goodlife Alchemille,

You are right about the current state of fish farms and yet, it is absolutely vital that they improve their quality.

Grandfather is really calling on all those who have not yet begun to establish fish farms or those who have established them in the sea and other far reaching types of programs, that now is the time to get things going in a more benevolent way.

So we shall see, as you indicated, I agree. It cannot be that fishing remains a venture at sea the way it has been anymore.

Goodlife my friend.

Zenseer said...

Most of the current farming practices on earth & sea are unsustainable: animals suffer and both the people who raise/slaughter them and the consumers (though some are ignorant of their situation) are either cruel or totally insensitive.
We all have to change our way of life, the way we think and the way we behave.
I know that more people are awakening worldwide and that a new generation of farmers and builders is rising but is it enough to make the rest of the world (esp. the money-driven world) change? I don't know.
Maybe they should start playing more documentaries on the real life of real people & animals on tv instead of entertaining us with brainless shows and silly news (which aren't real news)...Maybe then people will react though I fear that some can't make the difference between what they see on the movie screen and real life events they do see on tv.
Grandfather is a very positive being with extreme patience...I would bang my head on the wall if I was him!

Kirsten K said...

Very nice, Grandfather. Thank you! I will start looking around for new and unusual (for me) folks to befriend! Goodlife

Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings Alchemille,

Thank you for sharing your wisdom here.

Goodlife my friend.

Robert Shapiro said...

Goodlife Kirsten,

I am glad you are able to embrace the teaching here and apply it to your life.


Patricia said...

Aloha Robert,

Thank you for all this. I am wondering about those who own homes in places like London, where there is an artificial barrier keeping the river from flooding parts of the city...what is the advice for peoples in those areas?


Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings Perky,

Generally speaking, I feel that living on what is actually a flood plain is a hazard.

If you are going to live in such a place, or if circumstances dictate that you must at least for a time, then I would recommend that you live in as solid a building as possible and at least on the fourth floor or above.

That's what I recommend.