This is a prelude to a series of articles I intend to write on the subject of economic warfare against the people of Atlantic Canada. These areas were settled in the 18th and 19th centuries by Irish, Scottish, English and German immigrants who were granted large parcels of land. They and their descendants built communities in very isolated and absolutely breathtaking locations, living self-sufficiently by fishing, hunting and farming. This way of life is being systematically destroyed by greed and short-sightedness. I will be going more in depth to these subjects later on, but I wanted to share this one article about one family’s land being stolen right out from under them, to dig a gravel quarry.
My readers may have noticed my relative silence as of late. There has been a major development, very positive. I have finally found true love and my partner in this life, or more precisely, he has found me. It is a great relief and a great comfort, to feel that I am not alone and the potential for all my hopes and dreams for the future to come to fruition.
Before we met, although I was wearing a very brave face, I had started to feel very cynical about whether the man I was searching for even existed…or if he did, if we could ever find our way to each other. Countless well-meaning friends and relatives advised me to lower my standards, lessen my requirements, try to mold a perfect man out of an imperfect one. I had a very specific idea of what I was looking for, a vision…not so much a physical image but a very clear sense of who he was, and I was sure I would recognize him when I did find him. And I told them I would rather be alone than be with anyone else but him. And for a long time I was alone. I slept alone. I ate alone. I spent a lot of time with my parents, who were beginning to despair of having any more grandchildren.
I had visions of my future: land and preliminary plans for a house I wanted to build, ideas of how many children I wanted to have and how I wanted to raise them…but none of these things were possible without one strong, honourable, dedicated, loving man who shared my vision and my values, and who wanted to work towards these things with a commitment that matched my own.
From the time we first started to talk with each other, I had a very strong feeling that it was him. It became quite evident very quickly that our strengths and talents complimented each other so perfectly, that we appreciated the same things, and that our paths were converging and appeared to continue together straight to the horizon of time and beyond. Honestly what I felt, and what I feel more intensely each day, is something I’ve only read about in books and dismissed as pure fantasy. For those of you who are lucky enough to have experienced what I describe here, you know how rare and special this feeling is. For those of you who have not: let me tell you, IT IS REAL. And it is worth waiting for. Worth searching for. You owe it to yourself, your descendants who would be born from this union, and to your forebears who would be reborn in those descendants to keep looking, hoping, and opening your heart. Do not despair. When you least expect it, this person will appear before you.
And now, please allow me to introduce…
Greetings to the followers of this blog!
I will start to write here more later with a nickname. I won’t use my real name nor will I tell my exact age. I will tell you I’m not Canadian, I’m European… but none of these things matter. Rather the things I write about, and in this particular article one of the main themes is to explain my relation to the main author of this blog.
For many years I lived in anxiety and solitude, and I was sure that I would be alone forever. I was in need of a companion but constant failures made me very cynical. I believe that if you really want to, you can go through many storms in a relationship, but I just felt no desire to do so since it seemed the only thing in common with the people I was with was pretty much the nationality. You could of course ask how and why I ended up to situations like this, to be honest I don’t know. I know that there are many men out there living in a similar situation to the one than I did earlier.
The way I met the author of this blog is not really relevant here… In my search of this companion of mine I didn’t make a list to paper, but of course I had some qualities etc. in my mind which I was hoping to find from another person. When I met her, it turned out that she has all those qualities and even more so which I could just dream of, and even some I couldn’t. She has told me she feels the same way and this just makes us feel seemingless unity towards each other. I know that there is a bright future ahead for both of us together.
I have strong ideologies, the same as she has and besides this we share so many things together. I know how lucky I am. There are not many women out there who share these ideologies. This can sound cliché, but she is the one for me.
All the men out there, keep fighting in your search for that special someone with who have the same race as you, who is healthy and with who you can safely build your future together.
Come, fill the South Sea goblet full;
The gods shall of our stock take care;
Europa pleased accepts the Bull,
And Jove with joy puts off the Bear.
This poem was written by Alexander Pope in 1720, and inscribed upon a punch bowl, for a club. Pope and many other Englishmen at the time were heavily invested in the South Sea Company, a stock-market scheme involving the English monarchy and government. When the South Sea Bubble burst in mid-1720, many investors, from peasants to lords, were forced into bankruptcy and thousands of individuals were financially ruined. This was the first major stock-market fraud and meltdown: the first of many as we sadly know today.
It was also another first: one of the earliest usages of the terms Bull and Bear to describe positive and negative market trends.
As most of us reading this will already know, the cow/bull and the bear are the most ancient and sacred symbols in our European religion, our Ancestral Cult. Marie Cachet has done extensive research and writing on this subject, and I will not attempt to summarize here but will refer you to her writings here on Mithra or the Bull of Fire and here on the Cult of the Bear. In all cultures with European ancestry, these animals are representative of our connection to the earth, the cycle of the seasons, and natural reproduction.
When I studied Dante’s Divine Comedy in first-year university, and found that Dante had grouped the sins of Usury and Sodomy together in the seventh circle of the Inferno, it was explained to us that they were both seen at the time as sins against nature: attempted reproduction in an unnatural way. In sodomy, you are taking something natural and intended to be fruitful, the act of sex, and turning it into something that is not fruitful (fornication using contraception would also fall in this category). In usury, you are taking something that is not intended to be fruitful, gold and silver which are inorganic matter, and turning it into something that is fruitful by unnaturally making that inorganic matter “breed” and create offspring. Of course today both of these “sins” are openly celebrated.
This I think helps to explain why you will find bronze statues of bulls and bears in financial districts and stock exchanges across America and Europe, and why you hear endless discussion of “bull markets” and “bear markets”. The most ancient symbols of our pagan past, stolen and repurposed by the enemies of Europe, known now to the world as “the two symbolic beasts of finance”.
After experiencing a toothache in one of my molars two weeks ago, I visited my dentist. She looked at the tooth, which appeared fine, there was no sign of inflammation or infection in the tooth or on the xray. Although there was a large filling in it, it is in perfect condition and in fact she had done the filling herself less than two years ago. By the time I was there to see her actually, the pain had almost completely gone away on its own (two days after beginning). From the way I described my symptoms, and the fact that the once-sensitive tooth was no longer responding to cold or hot, she concluded that the nerve in the tooth was dead, and referred me to an endodontist for root canal therapy.
My best friend pointed me towards some research done on root canal treatment by Dr. Weston Price. He published two volumes in the 1920s entitled Dental Infections Oral and Systemic and Dental Infections and the Degenerative Diseases. This work summarized his 25 years of research into endodontic treatment and the focal infection theory. This research suggests that leaving dead, infected teeth in a patient’s mouth provides a breeding ground for bacteria. Although dentists believe, and will tell you, that the tooth is sterilized and sealed off by the procedure, there are miles of microscopic tubules inside the tooth which are impossible to completely disinfect. The filling materials provide isolation from the body’s immune defense system, in which these bacteria grow and mutate, producing toxins. These bacteria and toxins are released when the patient chews, and can travel to other parts of the body. In a healthy person with a strong immune system, the body is able to defend against the infection. But if the patient’s immune defenses are compromised because of an accident, illness, stress or some other reason, they could become ill with a degenerative disease. This could be years after the root canal was performed, and it is unlikely to be linked back to its cause.
Dr. Price performed experiments on 5 000 animals during his research program. These studies began when he treated a patient suffering from a root canal infection, and who also suffered from severe arthritis. He convinced the patient to let him remove the tooth, he washed it in disinfectant, and implanted it in a small incision under the skin of a rabbit. Within two days, the rabbit developed the same severe arthritis, and ten days later it was dead. The patient’s arthritis improved dramatically and she no longer needed a cane to walk. Over the course of his research, he experimented with teeth from many different patients with many different diseases, many different animals, and also tried implanting healthy teeth to see if they would cause a reaction. The American Dental Association now dismisses his work out of hand as archaic and not adhering to scientific principles, despite the fact that the last ten years of his research program was performed under its auspices.
Of course there has been no modern-day attempt to replicate the results of Dr. Price’s studies. His work has been buried and forgotten, but was resurrected in the early 90s by Dr. George Meinig, an endodontist who wrote a book called Root Canal Cover-Up, which is largely a layman’s summary of Dr. Price’s technical two volumes, with additional photographs. This is discussed in detail here, and if you look at the comments below, granted this is anecdotal evidence but there are dozens upon dozens of commenters who claim to have had degenerative illnesses cured by removal of root canaled teeth.
The degenerative diseases associated with the strains of bacteria most commonly found in root canaled teeth are heart and circulatory diseases, arthritis and rhumatism, and diseases of the brain and nervous system.
When I asked my endodontist if he was familiar with the work of Dr. Weston Price, he did not know what I was talking about. I described the research program to him and its findings, and he recoiled in horror and made the comment that bodies reject foreign objects, and if he implanted one of his teeth in my body it would probably cause disease too (?). I then mentioned Dr. Meinig’s book. He had definitely heard of this before, and practically rolled his eyes and said “I really don’t even address things like that. I don’t try to talk people into doing things they don’t want to do.” It was obvious from his remarks that although people had brought this book to his attention before, he had not made any attempt to read it or investigate what it was all about, otherwise he might have been able to intelligently address the research and make some sort of technical argument which I would have been interested to hear.
Needless to say I left the office without having any procedure done. I have thought about it, and decided that I will take my own steps to protect this tooth from becoming infected in the first place. At night, I brush with water, floss, and apply ground cloves to the base of the tooth. In the morning, I’m going to try oil pulling, then warm salt water rinse, and use a homemade toothpaste made from baking soda, peroxide and peppermint oil. I’m also going to gradually try to reduce sugar from my diet. I may still be able to get years of use out of my tooth. If eventually there is a sign of infection in it, I think I will opt to have it extracted. Saving one tooth is not worth potentially sacrificing overall health.
Dcreiter’s comment on my first post made me think of a conversation I had not too long ago with someone I’ve known for over 10 years. I brought up some of the research I’d been doing into the Holocaust, and specifically the persecution of certain individuals who had dared to question the official story and numbers. I could see his expression change immediately, he was actually disgusted with me! Now, to be clear, I was not harping on and on, or being in any way forceful in what I was saying, my tone was more like “here’s something you might find interesting.” He replied with something about how “the Nazis were extremely good record-keepers” and “you should check your sources,” and shooed me out of there impatiently without even our customary fist-bump. I ended up having to apologize to smooth things over and say “forget I said anything.” My friend is involved in the entertainment industry which may have something to do with it…
Now, why is it, since we live in a so-called “democratic” society with so-called “free speech,” that you can talk about anything at all except for this subject? What is it, TOO SOON? Seriously, the over-the-top defensive angry reaction is almost more of an indicator than anything that there is truth here. I mean, if there’s “so much evidence” and “the Nazis were such good record-keepers,” then surely no one should mind if we just check our math one more time? It has nothing to do with “hate” or “anti-semitism” to suggest, in the interests of historical accuracy, that we take another look at how we arrived at that figure and make any necessary revisions.
So, what do we, those of us who have opened our minds enough to think about these questions, do? It does not make sense to alienate those close to us because they will not entertain the subject. It does not make any sense to endanger our positions of employment and in professional organizations, certainly. It’s unfortunate that there is a stigma put on this independent thought…but the reality is that there is.
It brings to mind Plato’s allegory of the cave-dwellers:
Behold! Human beings living in an underground den, which has a mouth open towards the light and reaching all along the den; here they have been from their childhood, and have their legs and necks chained so that they cannot move, and can only see before them, being prevented by the chains from turning round their heads. Above and behind them a fire is blazing at a distance, and between the fire and the prisoners there is a raised way; and you will see, if you look, a low wall built along the way, like the screen which marionette players have in front of them, over which they show the puppets.
-Plato, The Republic, Book VII, p.514
The prisoners see the shadows of people and objects thrown by the fire as they pass the wall, and as these shadows are the only things they have ever seen, “to them…the truth would be literally nothing but the shadows of the images.”
When once one of the prisoners are released and allowed to turn and look into the light, he will be perplexed and think that the shadows were more real than the objects he now sees. “And if he is compelled to look straight at the light, will he not have a pain in his eyes which will make him turn away to take refuge in the objects of vision which he can see, and which he will conceive to be in reality clearer than the things which are now being shown to him?”
He will be pained and irritated by the light of the sun, and it will take him time to become accustomed to the real world. Once he does, he will pity his former fellow-prisoners. If he returned to the others, his eyes would be unaccustomed to the darkness.
And if there were a contest, and he had to compete in measuring the shadows with the prisoners who had never moved out of the den, while his sight was still weak,and before his eyes had become steady…would he not be ridiculous? Men would say of him that up he went and down he came without his eyes; and that it was better not even to think of ascending; and if any one tried to loose another and lead him up to the light, let them only catch the offender, and they would put him to death. (p.517)
Those of us who have escaped from the cave, and accustomed ourselves to the light, must exercise caution and restraint in trying to rescue others who are not ready to see that light. They may not appreciate our help. It is for the strong only. The weak must remain inside the cave.