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NEW EARTH RISING August 27, 2015

NEW EARTH RISING

 

Erle Frayne Argonza y Delago

 

My old sociology notes have taught me well

Old worlds do pass to give way to new realms

Barely passing away the old world’s womb a-bear

The new world birthing so fresh as a babe

Likewise did I digest the lessons high

From mystic science come forth parallel notes

Of how a planet might be crashed to lows

Till density reached scratch bottom as we are

And then by deeds of benign divinities

Send forth multiple Buddhas gurus saints

Same planet finally moves up back to higher climes

A-born the old world perishes to oblivion’s cask

Fulfilled in tasks the starry souls do now proclaim

The old Earth dies so soon to make its claim

In history writ ‘tis done its role so clear

To give way now to new Earth arising near

Shaken off Earth’s back as lands recast

Turbulent waters washing dirt of older mast

Till past catastrophe as any newborn babe a-pass

The new Earth to nourish new races en masse

As new humanity unveils the virtues o’ jewels

Shall birds and mammals be more tame like sibs

No more will foul zoology nor vegetation be

As all of life forms croon blend in harmony

Arise! New Earth! Go forth to claim your place

In cosmic history seat in Halls of Grandeur

Happy will be Almighty One at last for thy ascent

That lower worlds shall later emulate with honor

[Philippines, 06 May 2010]

REFLECTION

The birthing of the New Earth is the subject of planetary ascension theme that is currently the stock of discourse and practices of Terrans. Ordinary folks have their own paradigm to support them about the unfolding new Earth, while Lightworkers and ‘starseeds’ have theirs.

It has been taught to mystics, of which this fellow is one, that the planets do change in configurations across eons. Planets evolve to support life, than eventually die out as life supporter just in time for the humans in them to move over to other planets, than get refreshed after many eons to support life anew. Likewise was it taught to us mystics that the Earth, in the distant future, will evolve into a Sun of sorts. An article of mine on space-mass expansion of Earth across the eons partly provides the frame to explain the phenomenon.

The above is my literary version of those many writings I released about the planetary ascension and the astrophysical principles that explicate the phenomenon. The New Earth will see an end to polarity in collective and individual consciousnesses. The amazing development will be the natural taming of animals, they turning more friendly toward each other and towards people as humans’ polarity will give way to cooperation and synergy.

Ra

 

April 2011

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DOLPHIN & WHALE SLAUGHTERS, SORCERY SACRIFICES! July 27, 2015

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DOLPHIN & WHALE SLAUGHTERS, SORCERY SACRIFICES!

 

Erle Frayne Argonza y Delago

 

Catching as many dolphins and whales

They gleefully do with boisterous fun reverb

Bulging pockets they ready post-kill phonies

For the pouring thereafter of torrential monies

Sperm whales belugas orcas and all

Slaughtered are they for wax or meat

Likened to cows and tuna for dining tables

Greedy folks and merchants they to hunt

In all Earth’s corners true predators come

For the catch the prize of gory greed

Let it be declared in sonorous thunder

That all slaughterers of dolphins & whales

Are deeds of sacrificing life for Moloch

Mammon Ashtaroth bursting with gaiety

For those evil puppets of theirs slay

In their names come dirty slayers’ fun

And making no penitent for their slothful crime

Shall same folks be meted penalties so grime

For which they shall pay with gruesome kill

By the Overlords of Light a-thundering cometh

No quarters shall be brooked upon them killers

And same goes true for their dark evil masters

When life on them turns out they’d nowhere fly

Except to perish all as fumes consumed by flame

[Philippines, 03 May 2010]

REFLECTION

This piece goes a step further ahead of the fact that dolphins and whales have human souls. As already relatively known, dolphins & whales were sent to Earth from their home planet in Sirius, the purpose of their collective mission being to help in balancing the negativities of Earth by their partial absorption and dissipation of the same dense energies.

Going a step ahead means applying axiology where possible, by stating an evaluative thesis about what killing of whales & dolphins by fisherfolks and merchants means. It is arguably a crime to kill them, they being humans performing a most noble mission. Killing or catching them for commercial purposes is a commission of a ‘left hand’ act—dirty and pecuniary.

As of this moment, cosmic justice is already busy processing those crimes, even as some committers of the crimes who already exited physically are now being mete out with penalties. Crimes do not go unpunished by karmic law, and so those criminals who committed the same, and who are still down here on the surface, should better get ready for karmic payments in penalty form awaiting them.

 

Ra

April 2011

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ORCA COSMIC WARRIOR July 16, 2015

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ORCA COSMIC WARRIOR

Erle Frayne Argonza y Delago

Innocence kills the orca as much as the cat

By pretentious Terrans ego-filled pretenders

Caging the orca they to fatten bourses

O’ greedy oceanarium carpetbaggers

Ignorance for what they take as fish-like mammal

Are more intelligent than Terrans whose very brain

Is as fractious as a beetle or ant infinitesimal

Valueless they have no virtue yet to settle

Orca is a cosmic warrior sent to balance

The seas to form the phalanx versus negative

Fishes and creepers from surface to yon bottom

Sent forth by Hades a-preying on dumb mortals

‘Tis surely criminal to slaughter or cage them

Within they are of human souls o! so benign!

From mighty Sirius’ mien sent forth they

One day shall cosmic Justice settle the debts

Of greed ignominy of orcas’ killers whet

Such day to come is near when killers all

Will be the ones en-caged in dens so tall

Nowhere can they escape the jails so high

Till justice served on them they make a sigh

[Philippines, 01 May 2010]

REFLECTION

 

The Orca is no whale but dolphin, as zoologists and oceanographers have clarified. Both dolphins and whales are accordingly evolutes from Sirius where a planet of their own exists. The Orca is particularly ferocious and has been dubbed ‘killer whale’ by ignoramus.

Too many dolphins and whale, orca included, were already sacrificed at the altar of greed. They were caught and butchered for commercial purposes, while others were treated as zoo-type animals used for entertaining folks. If only those criminals who committed such abominations will realize it now—that their karmic debts are about to backlash as heavy payments soon—they may yet reverse their misdeeds.

In an article about the future planetary army, I advanced the thesis that many whales and dolphins will be transmuted into human form after the planetary ascension. I am very strong about having Orcas to serve the future army, as their ferocity and iron will are of the best qualifiers for facing predatory reptilian Draconians and Orions in space.

 

Ra

April 2011

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LOVE NATURE, RESPECT ‘INTEGRITY OF CREATION’ April 15, 2015

LOVE NATURE, RESPECT ‘INTEGRITY OF CREATION’

IN FLIGHT (Poem 43)

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

Dwindling verdant environs sadden me.

Will I in flight be rest assured

That tempestuous over-exploitation shall spare

The last remaining flora of endeared Mother Earth?

Our dream of finally containing

The mad urges to fell woods and ravage flora

Is fading like flickering flames of a candle.

‘Twas refurbished as part

Of the bizarre landscape of obscurantism

That has been deviously superimposed

Upon the benign canvass of civility.

O! Green leaves and all the myriad

Colorful flowers in your company

You are all starry jewels before my eyes!

My heart is filled with enjoyment

Over your untarnished affection.

Do you not long for one like me

Who’s almost trapped forever in the cages

Of mortal man’s edifices?

O! Dearest plants, you who make me sober,

Give me solace in times of torment

Add vitality to my being,

Deserve the undying care of all mankind

Even as you kept your pledge to Mother Earth

That you shall nourish all creatures alike.

[Writ. 24 Sept. 1987, Univ. of the Philippines, Quezon City, M.Manila.]

REFLECTION

One just cannot sojourn in the Path of Light without ‘respecting the integrity of creation’ and experience a Oneness with Mother Nature and all of her endowments. Any Aspirant who claims to be moving forward in the Path, but who is so alienated from nature and her God-given creatures, suffers from a deep-seated malaise of ‘anti-creation’, of nihilism and sadism.

Terrans are so badly afflicted with the malaise of anti-creation, of alienation from Mother Nature and her creatures. They now suffer the karmic backlash of all of their disrespect for nature, such that Earth is now on the verge of catastrophe partly due to Terran neglect and destructiveness.

Not only that, certain demonic minds have been consciously destroying cities and regions through weapons of mass destruction or WMD such as the Tesla Earthquake Machine or TEM. Chemtrails and biowarfare ailments (AIDS, Ebola, SARS, birds’ flu) destroy both nature and humans. Endless bombing operations by military forces destroy nature and creatures too. Madness is upped, for the gains sake of greed and lust for power by the global elites.

The Catholic Church has this maxim of ‘respecting the integrity of creation’, and chose St Francis de Assisi as the patron saint of nature or ecology. I do appreciate this noble move by truly loving persons in the said church, and the designation of an Ascended Master, St Francis, as the inspirational Guide for eco-missions. Let it be so for this church, and may other churches also follow suit and practice what they preach about ‘respecting integrity of creation’.

Ra

 

April 2011

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PH MURDER OF CONSERVATIONISTS COULD TRIGGER ECO-FASCIST ARMING May 22, 2011

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PH MURDER OF CONSERVATIONISTS COULD TRIGGER ECO-FASCIST ARMING

Erle Frayne D. Argonza

Good day from the boondocks west of Manila!

A chilling, cryptic news about the murder of a forest ranger of the University of the Philippines in Los Baňos or UPLB struck a hard cord on the public mind recently. Elpidio Malinao, forest guard for the UPLB that owns and manages the entire Mt. Makiling, was gunned down while doing his sworn duty to help protect the most valued mountain.

Mt. Makiling used to be owned by the late general Miguel Malvar, one of the revolutionary leaders in the wars versus Spain and America. Malvar then donated the highland estate to the budding university over a century ago, as the colonizing Americans built the campus as the agriculture and forestry branch of the newly established University of the Philippines (then based in Padre Faura, Manila).

Measuring thousands of hectares in all, Makiling is home to a highly diversified flora & fauna, which renders it among the world’s prized natural environs. Unfortunately, illegal settlers built domiciles within it, a phenomenon of squatting that also took place in the 555-hectare U.P. Diliman campus (the flagship campus from 1949 onwards). And so the forest guards had to keep busy monitoring the valued mountain against illegal logging and smuggling of rare biological species.

Malinao is just a tiny fraction of a long list of environmental protectors who sacrificed their lives in the act of duty. And that list is getting longer by the month. It counts among them Prof. Leonard Co of UP Diliman and two (2) co-partner professors in UPLB, who were gunned down my army troops while they were gathering specimen for the Lopez-owned energy corporation.

A radio broadcaster, doctor by profession, was gunned down by an assassin in Palawan, just couples of weeks after the Co murder. Way before Co and fellow consultants were murdered, a priest in Mindanao went through the same path to death, his death being among the most celebrated in the island down south.

Those who died for Mother Nature in the Philippines are the true conservationists and guardians of the natural ecology, just to stress the point. There are pretender or quack environmentalists in the country who are photocopies of their equivalents in the West, are paid by sponsors from the Anglo-European oligarchy, and whose blabbermouth contentions for ecological balance come with sums of fat pays.

The quack environmentalists form a part of the rising global eco-fascist movement, who profit by demonizing humanity as the cause behind the deterioration of the natural ecology. Their burnt out verbiage echoes Prince Charles’ “humans are virus” madness, which now translates to classified foreign policies in the USA and EU to see to it that human population be brought down to a manageable 2 Billion by 2050.

PH’s eco-fascist could be emboldened to arm themselves, or even to secretly harbor a ‘call to arms’ mobilization in the coming months and years. While they prepare for the next rounds of conferences and churn out more rubbish press releases, the true nature guardians will die by the ‘muzzle of the gun’, notably the Indigenous Peoples or IPs, fisherfolks, and marginal planters.

[Philippines, 15 May 2011]

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CHILE’S RENEWABLE ENERGY POTENTIALS September 19, 2008

Erle Frayne Argonza

Hola compadrinos y compadrinos del pais Chile! Que tal!

I do honestly admire the Chileans for their great drive to propel their country to economic prosperity. And I have no better wish than to see the Chileans let go of that Dark Age past of tyrannical rule by the barracks folks. Chileans might profit the better if they move on in their creative pursuits, undistracted by the impurities of barracks mindsets that they have acquired from their tormentors.

Chileans should in fact thank their tormentors, as the tempest they all experienced, which we Filipinos did pass through as well, have tempered them all for greater challenges, strengthened their collective wills-to-prosperity, and ascend the ladder of national success. Let go of that past, Chilean fellows, please.

Here is a good news from Chileans about the renewable energy potentials of the country.

[28 August 2008, Quezon City, MetroManila. Thanks to SciDev database news.]

 

 

Chile: alto potencial de uso de energías renovables

Paula Leighton

15 agosto 2008 | ES

[SANTIAGO] Las energías renovables no convencionales (ERNC) y el uso eficiente de la energía eléctrica podrían satisfacer hasta el 40 por ciento de los requerimientos energéticos de Chile en 2025.

Así lo demuestra un estudio de las universidades de Chile y Federico Santa María, difundido el pasado 8 de agosto, que estimó el potencial aporte de energías como la eólica, hidráulica, biomasa, geotérmica y solar en el país.

La cifra supera largamente las metas impuestas por la Ley de Energía aprobada en marzo pasado.

Según esta ley, entre 2010 y 2014 las empresas generadoras y distribuidoras deberán proporcionar cinco por ciento de la energía que comercializan a partir de fuentes renovables y llegar al diez por ciento en 2024.

En 2025 la demanda del Sistema Interconectado Central (SIC) alcanzará a 105.560 GWh. Para ese año, las ERNC y el uso eficiente de la energía eléctrica podrían contribuir con cerca de 40.000 GWh, estima el informe.  

“Esto significa un mejoramiento de la calidad del servicio, disminución de la dependencia energética, aumento de la competitividad y productividad de las empresas y reducción de los impactos ambientales locales”, dicen los investigadores.

Así, el uso de ERNC reduciría la emisión de CO2 en 16 millones de toneladas por año, estiman los autores.

Según dijo a SciDev.Net Sara Larraín, directora de la ONG Chile Sustentable, incluso considerando que el potencial económicamente factible de las ERNC es de alrededor de 17 a 28 por ciento de los requerimientos para 2025, “el porcentaje triplica la meta obligatoria fijada por el gobierno en la ley de energías renovables”.

Por eso, agrega, “la legislación es el único instrumento que tiene el Estado para obligar a las empresas a desarrollar esta opción, que es a largo plazo más barata”.

Para impulsar el potencial de las ERNC, el estudio propone crear una Agencia Nacional de Energías Renovables autónoma.

 

ENERGY & ECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE August 20, 2008

Erle Frayne Argonza

 

Climate change is reshaping human engagements the world over. In Africa, observations have already been made before regarding vulnerabilities to climate change and related attendant ecological concerns.

 

Below is a report regarding energy interventions that could re-adjust the livelihood/economic engagements of peoples of Africa.

 

[09 August 2008, Quezon City, MetroManila. Thanks to eldis.org database news.]

 

 

 

A preliminary assessment of energy and ecosystem resilience in ten African countries

Authors: Connor,H.; Mqadi,L.; Mukheibir,P.
Produced by: HELIO International (2007)

Africa is vulnerable to climate change on two fronts: firstly, because of existing vulnerabilities and secondly, due to capacity limitations for disaster mitigation and inability to adapt to climate change. There is an urgent need to ensure that activities centring on adaptation to climate change and sustainable energy development are increased and maintained so as to generate sustainable livelihoods.

This paper is a preliminary attempt to identify points of vulnerability as they relate to climate change-related events and sketch out what changes are needed – both politically and programmatically – to increase resilience. It explores the current state of vulnerability and details potential for adaptation. Results are presented summarising the key vulnerabilities for eight sub-Saharan countries: Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.

It is argued that energy development for Africa in a changing climate will require greater emphasis on small-scale, decentralised and diversified supply and increased distribution to households and enterprises alike. A diversified and distributed energy mix is identified as the best insurance policy against climate change. However, it is argued that adaptation of energy policies and systems is only part of the solution; building up the resiliency of local populations and energy systems is equally important.

Key priorities identified for policy are:

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    • harness the value of indigenous knowledge to plan and achieve resilience
    • mobilise adequate and stable financial resources
    • mainstream adaptation and resilience in the development process
    • develop policies to institutionalise and mobilise “social capital”

The authors conclude that, despite the obstacles facing Africa, hope is not lost. They identify a number of positive characteristics upon which successful programmes can and should be built, including:

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    • culturally, Africa has strong social networks, which serve an important function in educating communities, disseminating information and serving as substitutes for collateral in micro-loans
    • as primary collectors and users of biomass and water, women are well-placed to monitor and manage resources, spur innovation on adaptive techniques and experiment with new management approaches
    • Africa’s decades-long experience coping with poverty that may be its strongest resource. By its collective survival, the region has shown itself to be adaptive and resilient despite enormous obstacles.

Available online at: http://www.eldis.org/cf/rdr/?doc=38442&em=310708&sub=enviro