Anne Gordon, RN
Do you wonder why films and shows such asWorld War Z,Walking Dead,I Am Legend, or even the tongue-in-cheek marketing campaigns focus on ‘zombie apocalypse warnings’? Is it just for your entertainment and giggles? After all, we know that zombies do not exist. Why then, would ‘zombie apocalypse’ be among Google’s most popular search? A few years ago, it was the blood sucking vampires, which are still quite popular. Are we being psychologically conditioned to accept human changes, such as cannibalism, or‘transhumanism‘ as evolution?
We are living in the oddest of times. Our society is on the brink of so many simultaneous modifications. For example, we read aboutscorpion venom inserted into cabbage(to kill bugs), eel genes inserted into salmon (for profitable growth enhancement), bizarre animal parts surgically placed in humans, or micro machines drifting inside our cells. What are we doing as a species and what can you do to remain intact?
First, recognize that today, our air, food and water, and even personal thoughts, are being modified, either intentionally, or accidentally. The facts remain, and the research indicates that there are serious die off’s and tragic poisonings globally. Most people assume this is solely due to ‘climate change’ as we have been told by experts. We have to pay for the damage.
When you see new droughts, dying trees,bee colony collapse, birds falling out of the sky, etc. yes, of course we can say,’all related to climate change’ … and go back to our TV and popcorn … (non GMO, organic?). But, when your pet, or your loved one gets ill, and you watch the hideous unfold, ‘climate change’ takes on a new meaning.
We still live in a time, when you can search for yourself, and learn of the horrors that potentially face us. Learning how to survive could be critical, and begins with information. Take a look at our recent human history. Movies from the 1950s and 1960s do not show obese people, glorified zombies, or cute vampires. People ate naturally grown food, not like today’s toxic slew of pills, vaccines, and processed ‘convenience’ food. Water was drilled, and wells provided mineralized nutrition. Today, much of the water is injected with too many things to mention here. Check outgeo-engineering, and learn about how everything is connected. Needles to say, water, air, soil, food is not what it used to be. But there are still things you can do to thrive.
Perhaps, consider that instead of a useless but pretty lawn, plant herbs, vegetables, trees, or flowers. If you live in an apartment, check out the ‘window farms’ and ‘urban farming‘ of city dwellers. We do not have to be ‘victims’ of a changing world.
This is our world, our time, and collectively we can make a difference. Learn all you can about climate change, health care, food, water,nano-technology, genetic experiments introduced into the food chain, etc. By learning and connecting the dots from so many arrows simultaneously slung at the masses, you can start your own process of survival in a toxic world. The reality is that if we don’t start making a change now, the day may soon come when its too late.
Anne Gordon is an RN, an Author, Researcher, and a computer artist. Fascinated with societies, and the future, she is drawn to medical health trends of tomorrow. What will health look like? Will we be more mechanical than spiritual? These are some of the concepts she is looking at. Many of her articles like her art, are slightly outside the mainstream box, aimed towards thought stimulation. She is also extremely curious about how the ‘business’ of healthcare, and wellness intertwine today.
Her artwork, is a combination of photography and painting, and is publicly shown. In her spare time, she teaches in a local community college.
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