Earth Rising the Revolution Toward a Thousand Years of Peace is about technology and its impact on humanity. This book is about the basis of freedom, human dignity, sovereign individuality, and self-determination. The material will be shocking to all. This is an expose on technological advances which may reshape the destiny of mankind in the next millennium. This book covers a number of separate areas with extensive documentation from governmental, academic, and major media reports, including: *The revolution in military affairs and its impact on freedom. *Mind control and the manipulation of human health through the use of drugs, electromagnetic weapons, and other means. *Non-lethal weapons and their use and impact on people. *Environmental weather control. *New technologies which will virtually eliminate privacy from the world scene. *Militarization of law enforcement around the country. *The HAARP story updated, showing additional evidence of the military's plans to manipulate the environment.
As weaponry and warfare have become more sophisticated, so their long-term effects have become more insidious and deadly. Whilst it is easy to identify the visible aftermath of war, how can we gauge less obvious costs such as poverty, famine, environmental problems and civil unrest? Each year governments pump huge amounts of money into military research programmes but what do we really know about the long-term consequences?
Hundreds of environmental and weather modifying technologies have been patented in the United States alone, and hundreds more are being developed in civilian, academic, military and quasi-military laboratories around the world at this moment. This book lays bare the grim facts of who is doing it and why.
Quantum Physics has revealed what many ancient cultures and wisdom schools already knew. We live in a mutable universe. The static model is no longer valid; we need to reform education to match advances in brain-based research indicating music as source code of light and reality. Musical intelligence is the best way for children of all ages to learn and grow, as evidenced from infants to elders, whose memory of old songs actually can bypass the brain affected by old age and restore not only memory but identity and joy in living as well.
"The U. S. Government has a new ground based "Star Wars" weapon which is being tested in the remote bush country of Alaska. This new system manipulates the enviornment which can: Disrupt human mental processes. Jam all global communications systems. Change weather patterns over large areas. Interfere with wildlife migration patterns. Negatively affect your health. Unnaturally impact the Earth's upper atmosphere. The U.S. military calls its zapper HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Project). But this skybuster is not about the Northern Lights. This device will turn on lights never intended to be artificially manipulated. Their first target is the electrojet - a river of electricity that flows thousands of miles through the sky and down into the polar icecap. The electrojet will become a vibrating artificial antenna for sending electromagnetic radiation raining down on the earth. The U.S. military can then "X-ray" the earth and talk to submarines. But there's much more they can do with HAARP. This book reveals surprises from secret meetings" -- back cover.
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Moving beyond identity politics while continuing to respect diverse entities and concerns, Whitney A. Bauman builds a planetary politics that better responds to the realities of a pluralistic world. Calling attention to the historical, political, and ecological influences shaping our understanding of nature, religion, humanity, and identity, Bauman collapses the boundaries separating male from female, biology from machine, human from more than human, and religion from science, encouraging readers to embrace hybridity and the inherent fluctuations of an open, evolving global community. As he outlines his planetary ethic, Bauman concurrently develops an environmental ethic of movement that relies not on place but on the daily connections we make across the planet. He shows how both identity politics and environmental ethics fail to realize planetary politics and action, limited as they are by foundational modes of thought that create entire worlds out of their own logic. Introducing a postfoundational vision not rooted in the formal principles of "nature" or "God" and not based in the idea of human exceptionalism, Bauman draws on cutting-edge insights from queer, poststructural, and deconstructive theory and makes a major contribution to the study of religion, science, politics, and ecology.