1. Some cemeteries are offering "green burials". The grave is not marked by a granite stone; instead the family is given GPS coordinates. And the body is laid to rest on "seagrass", whatever the hell that is, instead of a coffin.
This won't appeal to serious Gaia believers, because they start from the premise that humans are evil, thus allowing the human body to re-enter The Planet [pbuh] is a form of sacrilege. And it certainly won't appeal to normal people, because there is a natural desire to keep the body enclosed. Not quite rational but so common that it must have a good evolutionary reason.
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2. When I wrote
the long list of things that should have happened by now, as seen from 1939, I included weather control. Fran:
Have you controlled weather? Built domed cities?Pol:
No. In fact we have decided to make no progress in that area. We haven't gone beyond cloud-seeding, and we won't allow ourselves to do that.
In saying that we have decided
to make no progress, I felt on shaky ground; though I understand the Green mindset only too well, I couldn't find any actual record of the decision. Last night the Weather Channel, which serves Gaia in the same way that TBN serves Jesus, gave me the documentation. As part of their hurricane coverage, they discussed American efforts at cloud-seeding to control hurricanes. Sure enough, the effort stopped around 1970, and High Priestess Heidi Cullen said the stop was good because there are "moral problems" with cloud-seeding.
Think about that. Trying to protect Americans is immoral. Leaving them vulnerable to Nature's fury, even when we know a way to protect them, is moral.
Tells you all you need to know about the Green agenda.