No Fear – A Spell

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'No Fear - A Spell' is adapted from my post on Instagram.
No Fear – If letters make up words, and they are used to spell, and songs are made of words, are songs used to cast spells?

“I will NOT live in paralysis.

I do not care what the system knows.

I will not run, not run, not run.

I am a warrior of love.

No fear.

I build my armour stronger.

No fear.

No fear.” – this is what I hear when Donna Missal sings on this Rudimental and Martinez Brothers’ track but the “A.I. generated” lyrics beg to differ.

Different sites, different things but the machine-recorded versions are all pretty axed against human greatness.

Knowing the power of words, music, frequency and vibrations on us as living, organic beings mostly composed of water. Knowing how water has memory, how water structures itself based on what it sees, feels and hears… and how our cells, made mostly of water form our incredible but susceptible-to-infiltration Organic Intelligence.

Lush Documentary: Water Has a Memory –
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Choose the News

“A handful of us determine what will be on the…news broadcasts, or for that matter, the [newspapers]… Indeed it is a handful of us with this awesome power…we must decide which news items, out of hundreds available, we are going to expose that day. And those [news stories] available to us already have been culled and re-culled by persons far outside our control.”

Walter Cronkite Jr.

Do you believe that everything reported to you is true when it comes from what you have deemed “reputable” sources or are you capable of more pondering despite your biases?

Heeding the Call

Updated 23 July 2022 – Original 17 January 2022

Canigou Mountain, Pyrenees, France

Out and about, between waves of salt and snow, I heeded the call to let it all go.

Despite appearances, nothing comfortable, synthetic or artificial can ever actually fulfil us.

For it is amongst all the apparently uncivilised, savage and wild things that we can satiate our yearning. In that often unknown and uncomfortable space, that’s where we truly begin to learn to act with grace.

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Saving Humanity

Latest in interesting “coincidences”, it is HL Mencken’s birthday today 12th September. Complete accident, I saved this picture previously as I agreed with the quote but didn’t know the author at all. I felt called to post it today, just now, on a whim and thought I had better look this person up, who he is, what he accomplished etc., and lo and behold, he was born on this day in 1880.

The full corrected quote is from his notebook published in 1956:
“The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it. Power is what all messiahs really seek: not the chance to serve. This is true even of the pious brethren who carry the gospel to foreign parts.”

I hope you can see the parallel with the philanthropist posturing and elite power being wielded above us today; virtue signalling societal guidelines disguised as altruism, wholeheartedness and kind generosity, all in a bid to herd humanity towards a reality that isn’t necessarily in their best interests but actually to reinforce the power of those who’ve been there for eons.

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Pure Magic

“The power of the word is completely misused […] We use the word to curse, to blame, to find guilt, to destroy. Of course, we also use it in the right way, but not too often. Mostly we use the word to spread our personal poison – to express anger, jealousy, envy, and hate. The word is pure magic – the most powerful gift we have as humans – and we use it against ourselves. We plan revenge. We create chaos with the word. We use the word to create hate between different races, between different people, between families, between nations. We misuse the word so often, and this misuse is how we create and perpetuate the dream of hell. Misuse of the word is how we pull each other down and keep each other in a state of fear and doubt. Because the word is the magic that humans possess and misuse of the word is [destructive] magic, we are using [destructive] magic all the time without knowing that our word is magic at all.”

extract from The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

In Water We Trust

“Washing has always been a purification ritual. That doesn’t simply mean to purify, but also – like baptism, a term that originated from the Latin baptisma and of the Greek baptizen, meaning to immerse – to impregnate with the mystery, of spiritual godliness. Washing, is the first task in the tale, in order to get things to fall back into place after they’ve been worn out. Our ideas, our values, as with clothes, all finish by going limp through wear. It’s in water that we renew and revive, that we rediscover what we believe to be fundamentally true, fundamentally sacred…”

Unofficially translated from Women Who Run With The Wolves – French version《Femmes qui courent avec les loups 》by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. An amazing book that was recommended by fellow wild woman  @ebonybuckleofficial ❤🌍