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Old 04-15-2009, 11:32 AM   #51
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Another great poet here at Avalon,
this was by Antaletriangle


Children Pump Clean Water While Playing on the Merry-Go-Round
In a way it's free energy-it's not on the lines of anti-gravific waves and HO cells but it's quite innovative in it's own way.
http://www.naturalnews.com/024732.html
NaturalNews) PlayPumps International, a US non-profit organization, has come up with a very innovative way to help Africans obtain clean water for their families. The PlayPump is a sustainable, patented water pump that gets its power from children. The PlayPump is a merry-go-round that doubles as a water pump.

The spinning of the merry-go-round pumps clean water from underground into a 2,500 liter tank, standing seven meters above the ground. A simple tap makes it easy to draw water. All excess water is diverted from the storage tank back down into the borehole. The pump is able to produce up to 1,400 liters of water per hour at 16 rpm from a depth of 40 up to 100 meters.

Women and girls in Africa are primarily responsible for collecting enough water each day for cooking, drinking and cleaning. This often means hauling heavy water containers for many miles taking, on average, three hours a day. The weight of the water containers is equivalent to about 44 pounds (20 kg). Many young girls and women must walk as much as six miles every day to retrieve water for their families. Some have to make the trip twice.

In much of the world, we take water for granted. We turn on a faucet and out it comes. We flush a toilet and think nothing of the amount of water it takes for that flush. When you flush that toilet, you’re using the same amount of water that one person in a less developed country uses all day to wash, clean, cook and drink.

The World Water Crisis

Our bodies are made up of over 60% water and our brain is about 70% water. We become thirsty if we lose just 1% of that water and if we lose 10% we can die. Dehydration is responsible for about 80% of deaths from cardiac arrest.

Today, there is a huge water crisis on our planet. Consider these facts:

• Only 1/10th of 1% of the water on earth is drinkable.
• 1.1 billion people worldwide do not have access to clean water. That`s 18% of the world`s population.
• Unsafe water and lack of sanitation is now the single largest cause of illness worldwide.
• 5,000 children under age 5 die every day as a result of unclean water and poor sanitation. That`s one child every 15 seconds.
• Half the people in developing countries are suffering from water-related illnesses.
To learn more about PlayPumps International, you can visit www.knowh2o.org and www.playpumps.org. They have many videos, a blog and links to other information that can further explain the process and the benefits of the PlayPump(c). You can even sign up to sponsor a PlayPump. And, be sure to take the water test at knowh20.org (click on the Play link). You’ll be surprised at the answers.
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Old 04-16-2009, 08:32 PM   #52
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I tried the 6% peroxide on my seedlings the other day, mixed it 50/50 with rain water.
Spilt some on my hand later and it burnt so was expecting all my seedlings to be dead the next morning but they are fine, good job as I just sprayed them all, didn't think about testing it on a couple first
Also planted some peas today after keeping them in my mouth for 9 mins, thought about doing it with some lettuce seeds but they are too small
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Haven't tried the peroxide yet but probably will give it a try soon.
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Old 04-18-2009, 02:21 PM   #54
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Also...being my first real garden..i started some broccoli and it is growing tall and rather skinny...is that normal...sorry I'm a beginner and have never seen how it grows...maybe it will get thicker stalks but it really looks funny right now.
Hi Brook looks like none of us know ,so i found a link that offers a possibility on small plants..

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies/broccoli1.html

Let us know how you get on,maybe bless your water before feeding ..love and gratitude?

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Old 04-18-2009, 02:49 PM   #55
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Foraging

Im sure most of us have collected berries of some kind(blackberries) etc or maybe mushrooms...

Around coast lines there are mussels razor clams oysters,washed up by tide and left in sight at low tides..

In the uk there are sites with vast mounds produced were ancient man had simply eaten and thrwon over his shoulder.

Ok for people with or without gardens,there is an abundance of free food produced by gaia for you.

Below is a link for pdf given 50 different species available(uk) there are similar sites that cover the globe and even specific to county etc...


http://www.wildfoodschool.co.uk/urban/index.htm

There are many sites dedicated to this,which im sure your own area offers an abundance of free food.
http://www.goselfsufficient.co.uk/al...-foraging.html

I gurantee the kids grand kids will love picking berries and making sunday desert (crumble or pie) or any day for that matter it's all free!!!


Why not let us know what you find and how you get on if need any tips on how to cook prepare give me a shout..


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Old 04-18-2009, 07:18 PM   #56
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Hi all,

Some poetry play on words,by
phireflye

Enjoy

the meadow of my head
is filled with an ocean
of wildflowers spreading
like wildfire through my senses

courted by butterflies, dragonflies, bees
a riotous burst of sweet-scented yellows
lavenders, and blues dancing in the breeze
i swear i smell them

i swear i feel them growing
into all my cavities
where once rested my heart
now lives greenery

tiny blossoms branching fractally
where there were lungs
now a zillion red ladybug wings
are opening and closing

my organs have sprouted roots
in this fertile soil, how vital i feel
how nourished and elemental
i am crazy with life, overun, overgrown

pervaded by beauty, oh so tenderly
how vibrantly illuminated
is the garden of me
drenched in the blazing sun of your
Love

©12/12/01 Liesl Lee

a tree shivers
ripe fruit drops
the ground quivers
in momentary shock
a seed quickens
in rotting flesh
sweet pickin's, death!
into my belly
you'll go then
as jam or jelly
and out the other end!
back to the earth
to decompose
to another birth
and another seed grows

© Liesl Lee 1997


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Old 04-20-2009, 09:31 PM   #57
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A Garden at last



Ok it's not my own,but kind of a garden share.

A friend was complaining her garden was in a bad way,so we have agreed to share the work cost & rewards.


So today started to turn a loosen the soil,and some more tommorow and establish the ph value of the soil.

The gardens completly fenced from all sides ,so plenty room for runner beans etc a corner for a raised herb garden.

Tomatoea and potatoes are on the list,and more more im sure.

So i look forward to posting results..

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Nice one
I bought some seeds from www.realseeds.co.uk planted them and the next day some had come up, seeds from B&Q take ages so well worth buying the real ones
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Cheers for the info Swanny,

Real deal,real seeds, realistic price

Order on it's way!!!

Maybe some carrotts see if i can catch that bunny for ya!!

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I bought some seeds from www.realseeds.co.uk planted them and the next day some had come up, seeds from B&Q take ages so well worth buying the real ones

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A Call to all.

May 9th

Avebury UK


I am currently gathering info on Avebury where I'll be go myself as is Mudra to mention a few. (and will update as more join)

If anyone wishes to join us please send myself a pm or leave visitor message or just turn up!! Time TBA(currently 3pm)

We will be meeting a few hours prior to the event,(i am looking for venue )
somewhere we can drink ,eat , and talk together i will book a table for same.

So please feel free to inform me of any personal requirments,dietary wheel chair access etc etc..

If all vegetarians/vegans could let me know i can prepare chef in advance

Here is a link for usefull and practical info about this site which is open 24/7

No other events at present on day /time

Camping is an option close by and there are many local B&B's.
I myself will probably be camping.

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main...ace/w-avebury/

http://www.avebury-web.co.uk/avebury_now.html

Can others please do the same for their sites in each area and post here.

You can also post your request on samarkis thread: http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=10551

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Avebury May9th
Update

Friends we now have a venue:

Red Lion Avebury +4401672539266 email 7928@greeneking.co.uk for Bed & brekfast http://www.pub-explorer.com/wiltshir...ionavebury.htm

http://www.multimap.com/maps/?zoom=1...e=GB&qs=SN81RF

Time TBA

It's right in the heart and seemed apt.

They have a great menu with decent veggie option local produce and ales.

Some will eat some will drink all will chat and spread light.



Thanks for the many who have all contacted me with such excitement that the vibrations on the due will surley be unprecidented.

Thankyou all i look forward to meeting each of you individually ans as one.

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Old 04-24-2009, 07:35 PM   #62
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Hi all,

What's in your cupboards in your fridge in your food.......

MSG E621

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txiVD...e=channel_page

PART2 food for thought indeed
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtaMO...eature=channel


ASPARTAME NUTRASWEET E951

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvFRL...eature=channel

FLUORIDE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SYgU...eature=channel

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Nexus camp site

All Welcome

7th MAY >

we now have a venue:http://www.the-barge-inn.com/campsite.htm

The site operates a just turn up policy ,so any who wish to join do just that.

If anyone wishes to bring any musical instruments that would be great.


I will bring a some food pasta etc if anyone else wishes to bring please feel free,im willing to cook and anyone who wishes to help would be great,be nice to be bit more self sufficient and not just rely on pub grub

See you There.....?


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take some pictures!!!!!and show them to us here...
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Yeah will do,

I think a few people take cameras,so will post and yup i guess be a few who will post , scary morning after pics, bed head ,creased clothes,hangover & sunglasses


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Sorry Not posted in a while,been bit busy.

So anyway finally my friend and i have dug over a patch in the garden ready for potatoes.
A small herb rockery but no herbs yet,still deciding on what to get

Also some tomatoes seeds ready to pot soon for the patio area.


So getting there slow but sure...


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NEXUS GLOBAL MEDITATION


MAY 9TH

AVEBURY

VENUE --REDLION 12 PMGMT

http://www.pub-explorer.com/wiltshir...ionavebury.htm

A table has been booked for 12.00pm under "Nexus Gathering" all who wish to come please arrive between 12.00 gmt - 2.15pm gmt for food drinks or just chat

2.15PM > Make way to meditation

Those who wish to may then meditate from 3PM

A Table has also been booked for 5pm under "Nexus Gathering"

As im sure there will be much to talk about afterwards..

If any one has a spare mp3 gathering dust,could you please upload latest neus music charge and bring with you i am sure someone will forget to bring or misplace,so a backup or three would be appreciated..

I Look forward to meeting you all...

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Re: Avebury May9th Nexus Global Meditation
Hi all,

Thought this may be of interest to some who travel to Avebury,as of today now,the uk has 8 confirmed cases of swine flu,with 1 possible contraction(first to have who has not been to mexico)
So maybe Vitamin D will offer protection..

Thanks to Ancor who posted the info below...
http://www.projectavalon.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=13572
Vitamin D's role (for epidemic influenza)


I am not posting this because of Swine Flu, however, the stories around have certainly got people thinking about flu epidemics, even if this one turns out not to be real, there is always a chance that something natural may come up.

Henry Deacon mentioned something about Vitamin D being useful for us - I cant remember the exact quote, but David Wilcock's recent blog also reminded me about it.

Today I saw this referred to on the SurvivalBlog.com (itself a depressing but highly informative blog)

In depth article on Vitamin D's role in nailing flu like infections

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/51913.php

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The Five Elements Theory of Chinese Cooking

Learn about the Role of the Five Elements in Chinese Cooking



More of This Feature
• Five-Spice Powder - The First "Feel Good" Drug?

Related Resources
• Yin and Yang in Chinese Cooking
• Health Benefits of Green Tea


Written by Rhonda Parkinson

Like the concept of yin and yang, the Five Elements Theory is at the cornerstone of Chinese culture. What is the Five Elements Theory? The Chinese believe that we are surrounded by five energy fields: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. However, the elements are not static: they are constantly moving and changing. (In fact, some scientists think the term "element" is misleading, and prefer to refer to the "five phases" or "five forces.")

Once the Chinese identified the five elements, they set about categorizing all phenomena within the five categories. Everything, from a river to sounds to the organs in our bodies, can be described in terms of the five elements. How things are characterized depends on their individual qualities. For example, earth is associated with growth and nourishment, so the spleen, which monitors the blood - digesting debris and producing antibodies when necessary - is categorized as an earth element.

Just as an imbalance between yin and yang can produce destructive forces, keeping all elements in balance promotes harmony both in our surroundings and ourselves. Of course, balancing five elements is a little more complicated than achieving harmony between two opposing forces. According to Chinese belief, each element acts upon two others, either giving birth to it or controlling it. For example, wood gives birth to fire and controls or suppresses earth. Similarly, fire gives birth to earth and controls metal. All the elements are constantly interacting with other elements - none stand alone. The table below outlines the relationships.

Gives Birth To Controlling
Wood - Fire Wood - Earth
Fire - Earth Earth - Water
Earth - Metal Water - Fire
Metal - Water Fire - Metal
Water - Wood Metal - Wood

To give an example from nature, a plant (wood) grows when it is given water. When burnt, wood gives birth to fire, and the burnt ashes subsequently return to the earth.

What role does the Five Elements Theory Play in the Chinese diet?

You'll see adherence to the five elements theory in many facets of Chinese life. Martial arts, for example: many schools have a series of basic movements, each designed to keep the body in harmony with one the elements. And the five elements theory plays a large role in Feng Shui, the latest trend in both landscaping and interior decorating. Literally meaning "wind and water," Feng Shui is all about aligning energies in your home or work environment in a way that is most conducive with your own personal energy.

As for diet, Chinese herbalists believe that, to properly treat a patient, you must know the state of the five elements in their body. A deficiency or an excess of an element can lead to illness. In The Chinese Kitchen: Recipes, Techniques, Ingredients, History, and Memories from America's Leading Authority on Chinese Cooking, Eileen Yin Fei-Lo provides some wonderful examples of how her grandmother used the principles of the five elements theory to cure common illnesses. Treating a cough with winter melon tea and fresh water chestnuts is just one example.

A detailed look at the use of five elements theory in diagnosing and treating illnesses is beyond the scope of this article. Suffice to say that practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine rely on it to explain the relationships between the body organs and tissues, as well as between the body and the outside environment. The table below outlines the relationship between the five elements and body parts, feelings, colors, and taste.

Element Yin Yang Feelings Colors Tastes
Wood Liver GallBladder Rage Green Sour
Fire Heart Small Intestine Happiness Red Bitter
Earth Spleen Stomach Thought Yellow Sweet
Metal Lungs Large Intestine Sorrow White Spicy
Water Kidneys Bladder Fear Black Salty


How would a physician use the above information to make a diagnosis? Let's say a patient suddenly developed a preference for sour food. This could indicate liver problems. Of course, the actual process of examining a patient and making a diagnosis is much more complex than merely consulting a chart. It requires a thorough understanding of the interaction between all the elements. Because time and date of birth are also thought to play a role in an individual's "state of the five elements," many physicians will consult astrological charts before making a diagnosis.

"He that takes medicine and neglects diet, wastes the skills of the physician."
(Chinese proverb)



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Cricky !! im always amazed at

how knowledgeable poeple are

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Thank you Truthseeker360 for posting
the information re yin and yang in chinese cooking

As is with everything in life: BALANCE is the KEY



picture of sushi (japanese), but you get the drift....

Food for thought

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Been a way for a bit, sorry.

Ok i was thinking maybe i share some recipes with you,what i cook each day

It wont be accurate measurments or timimg just with the senses sight smell taste instinct etc.

Now i dont profess to eat or know if i get my daily requirements still learning veggie option for me and kids and am no dietician,so feel free to point out sights

ok so just had lunch:

Tuna pancakes sweet and sour sauce boiled rice chips

1 onion
1 green pepper
1 lemon or lime (not req)
3 eggs
five spice
red sauce? stay with me
vinegar malt rice any
soy sauce (if ya got)
tin tuna

rice of choice

quarter onion and seperate
dice green pepper same size as onion
fry in oil add five spice (brown wilt but still crunchy )

now red sauce add to pan (how much? 250 mill i used today/)
vinegar 3 x glugs (glug 5 x table sppons)
add sugar hand full
lemon lime if got goes great
3 x dash soya
Touch five spice half dash

heat simmer presto


beat eggs add touch five spice cream or milk(dash) 2 tablesoon approx

heat oil pan drain excess add little mixture so coupl mil thick (iused 7 inch pan) x 3

cool and pat down excess oil

Tuna mixed with 2 x dash vinegar 2 dash soya sauce (not req)
also fine diced spring onion with tuna an nice option

Place tuna 1 inch wide from ease to west onto pancake roll x 3
cut of ends (chef's munch)

Cut into 1 inch chunks arange on plate

poor over little sauce all most onions green peppers dipping dish for remainder

plate chips drizzled with sweet n sour

plates with rice all dip n share....


enjoy...


Chicken nuggets instead for kids....


flour plain
oats (Porridge oats)
Bread white
2 x eggs
salt pepper
five spice

can boil chicken first if wish


dice chicken breast
crumble bread breadcrumbs
mix flour five spice salt pepper(whatever)
coat chicken in egg then flour egg breadcrumbs
deep fry until golden and drain

red sauce (msg free from garden )

recipe to follow for tommato from garden to tommato sauce.


chicken nuggets no golden M
golden M suppressant

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Hello to gardeners! Great thread, glad to find it. And, I am also one that has stumbled onto H2O2 gardening and will be experimenting this year. Nice to know someone else at avalon is doing the same!

I smile to think that in just the last two yrs I've relocated and now have a large garden, a pond, a spring, well water, a chicken coop going in as I type and a passive solar greenhouse in the making! Truly humbled here as just over 2 yrs ago I was working in a courthouse dealing w/criminal files... arghhh... what a breath of fresh air to be living near a lake in the country! I feel so fortunate and it's been like a slo-mo movie all of this transpiring while the economy is in dire straits & what other myriad things are in the offing in conspiracy & spiritual camps.

Just yesterday I was thinning out the beets, lettuc, carrots etc... it's about all I can do after having fractured at least one rib last weekend... my physical body has me restrained !!!

So, this summer I'll be a canning queen.... will be my first time w/a pressure canner altho I have used a water bath canner before.

It's SO much more pleasant to labor in love w/the bounty here at homeland... not having to pay such a high fee for organic food.

I'll be giving feedback later in the season after experimenting w/H2O2 as we intend NOT to use any pesticides.

Our Rhode Island Reds arrive in a couple of weeks & I look forward to free range eggs. The coop is utter varmint proof but we have a few acres where they can range during the daytime hours...

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Hi great post,


Karma works in great ways,enjoy my friend enjoy,as we all will with your comming posts.


And your avtar is natural beauty personafide...Anthropomorphism

Gotta be in my top 5 avtar's

Sorry to hear about ribs,suffered this in past ,all i can say is smile strongly try not to laugh ...


wooops sorry..


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Hello to gardeners! Great thread, glad to find it. And, I am also one that has stumbled onto H2O2 gardening and will be experimenting this year. Nice to know someone else at avalon is doing the same!

I smile to think that in just the last two yrs I've relocated and now have a large garden, a pond, a spring, well water, a chicken coop going in as I type and a passive solar greenhouse in the making! Truly humbled here as just over 2 yrs ago I was working in a courthouse dealing w/criminal files... arghhh... what a breath of fresh air to be living near a lake in the country! I feel so fortunate and it's been like a slo-mo movie all of this transpiring while the economy is in dire straits & what other myriad things are in the offing in conspiracy & spiritual camps.

Just yesterday I was thinning out the beets, lettuc, carrots etc... it's about all I can do after having fractured at least one rib last weekend... my physical body has me restrained !!!

So, this summer I'll be a canning queen.... will be my first time w/a pressure canner altho I have used a water bath canner before.

It's SO much more pleasant to labor in love w/the bounty here at homeland... not having to pay such a high fee for organic food.

I'll be giving feedback later in the season after experimenting w/H2O2 as we intend NOT to use any pesticides.

Our Rhode Island Reds arrive in a couple of weeks & I look forward to free range eggs. The coop is utter varmint proof but we have a few acres where they can range during the daytime hours...

Have a beautiful day!
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Old 05-19-2009, 01:18 AM   #75
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Hi Brook looks like none of us know ,so i found a link that offers a possibility on small plants..

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/veggies/broccoli1.html

Let us know how you get on,maybe bless your water before feeding ..love and gratitude?

Good luck


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Thanks...I now see what I did...I did not cut the center stem..that is why it is growing like a weed...doh
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