The Amazonian Fires Astrology

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Amazonian Deforestation

Want to know about the Amazonian Fires Astrology? Fine. Yes, I know about the fires. There have been two distinct types of communication to me (mostly via social media) about it. (1) “Can you tell me about the astrology of it?” (2) “Why haven’t you said/posted anything about it – people like you are part of the problem.”

Actually, no. I think snarking at people for not being swift enough to virtue signal is part of the problem. I’ve actually held off saying anything about this because my thoughts around it will irritate many people. Popularity contest? I would not even be allowed to compete.

So, first of all, it is particularly disturbing and sad to see this as Uranus settles into Taurus; the sign of (among other things) trees. There have been a few recent posts about them and in one I describe a recent “trip” I took during acupuncture. It is impossible to adequately describe but I was in a forest and connected to a sentient tree matrix.  I came out of it with the distinct feeling that they were transmitting that they were in trouble. It felt like an appeal.

The Amazonian Fires Astrology Is Uranian And Plutonic

See these cool tree posts here: Trees, Magic and Astrology.  And, The Secret Intelligence Of Trees.  My idealistic version of Uranus in Taurus is that we sort this s**t out and that part of the transition to a post-capitalist, apres-neo-liberalism economy will involve significant environmental reforms.

Now for the unpopular bit. I may not be brilliant at virtue signaling but I don’t eat meat or dairy foods. Nor do I own a car or fly unless necessary. I rarely buy “things” but spend $ on subscriptions to content that enhances my life and companies like Living Libations. I’ve been eco-green, whatever it’s called since I gave up meat at the age of five. Dairy took heaps longer.  I don’t have Christmas Trees – ever. They’re a huge cause of deforestation and why? So a live tree can die in your living room? That lovely scent of pine is it sadly emanating away its life force, while draped in EMF producing lights. It’s tree torture.

FYI the Pagan custom was to ceremonially bring in a branch of the tree to have in your house at midwinter. Not the whole damn tree cut down. The purpose was to honor nature and various deities, with the evergreen a reminder that Spring would return. It makes even less sense in a midsummer Christmas.

Anyway, back to Amazonian Fires Astrology. This vital “lungs of the Earth” is being destroyed to make way for cattle farming. Films like Cowspiracy make this abundantly clear. Even if animal rights is not a particular cause of yours or you feel that meat is necessary for human health, the effect of factory farming on the environment is incontrovertible.

The Future Is More Localist Than Globalist

The Amazonian Forest Astrology is hideously symbolic of Uranus (sudden) in Taurus (cattle and trees, to use old-style symbology). But it is also part of the very same Saturn-Pluto 2020 scenario that I talk about in my Mp3 rant. The age that we have been living in since the early 80s is coming to an end. Like many endings, it’s messy and replete with ancient regime people trying in vain to maintain their crappy system.

As I have said before in various Uranus in Taurus posts, the future is more localist than globalist. Why should we have Frankenstein chrysanthemums flown in from another country available at our local market? Or ship animals overseas in miserable, evil conditions to be slaughtered in a foreign country because…religion? Why is there endocrine disruptor in my eyeshadow and raisins flown in from the other side of the planet at the supermarket?

If more people bought local and eschewed meat/dairy, along with fast fashion and endless leisure flying, the planet would start to heal. And big corporations who wanted to maintain their revenue would be forced to die or figure out what people like us might want to buy. If governments had to back reasonable wages rather than importing people to stunt wages growth, communities would be healthier. The government would have to fund innovation, not rely on housing and assets bubbles along with cheap debt.

In the absence of any clear and obvious administration willing to undertake structural economic and environmental reforms, we can only live our lives by values that don’t fuq the planet. And think before you snark at someone on social media that they obviously “don’t care about the Amazon.”

Image: National Geographic

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Pegasus
Pegasus

A letterhead from the intrepid Sally Browne made of brown paper with darker brown fingerprints in rows says ‘It’s Not Who’s Right -It’s What’s Right For The Earth, Each Other And Ourselves, has been on my wall since ’93. Land is being cleared, destroyed, cut to ribbons all over the world to make way for crops to feed her overburdened population. It is said palm oil plantations being the worst offender. The fires in the Amazon( Amazonia the movie showed us the magic of the planet’s lungs) are symbolic of the breath of life being strangled until it expires. Food… Read more »

Seabird
Seabird

I’m going to just say no here. Indigenous people for thousands of years stewarded this land, and ate the animals they helped to preserve on it. Veganism is virtue-signalling, because it is not at all looking at the entire picture. Land is cleared in the Amazon for all sorts of ventures, soy and cattle being the top two. But if you are not looking at the broader picture, you are part of the damage, and the broader picture doesn’t include meat/dairy eating or virtue signalling that you don’t, the broader picture is the dispossesion of indigenous people full-stop. Mystic, I… Read more »

Pegasus
Pegasus

People eat fish in the Pacific.

Seabird
Seabird

when they can get it, if the fishing rights haven’t been ceded to other countries, if they still have access to their traditional lands, yes they do. My point is complex protein deficiency.

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Seabird I love your grounded. big picture view. Also your gutsy courage.

You have made your point eleqountly.

Leo NewsreaderMM Member
Leo Newsreader

The fires are quite clearly the result of the new Brazilian governments encouragement of farming in the Amazon, no? Curious to know how you think apportioning blame on non-Indigenous vegan Australians will stop the fires raging? – from a subscriber (who eats meat) and calls the Central Desert home.

A_J_MM Member
A_J_

Great comment, Seabird. Thank you.

Ava VelaMM Member
Ava Vela

Thanks for this Mystic. The best Christmas I remember as a kid was when we got a small potted tree and kept it in all winter to plant in the spring. I believe it was the only Christmas my parents didn’t fight … Coincidence? Who knows. Taurus sun and have always had a dialogue with trees. 🙂

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

emg I tried sending this email this morning. Here I go again. I wouldn’t call Bridget out there, more grounded, real and compassionate. After my bad run with alt therapists she was the Lotus that rose from the shit I knew in the session that this was right. Energetically it felt good. So I suppose I was being retaught that there needs to be a good repoire with the practitioner. If there is no connection it is better to move on. You know that feeling when you meet the right practitioner : magic happens. Bridget has a simplicity about her… Read more »

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

emg her name is Bridget Young.

She works at Sunshine Health Gympie, Queensland, Australia.

She does do Skype. Just google her.

emgMM Member
emg

Fabulous. Merci !

emgMM Member
emg

You’re right. You know when someone clicks. I’ll follow this up nd thanks again

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

Hi Mystic, I just remembered I was one of the persons who sent you a dm on IG with a link to a video of the fires but it was only because I read a comment of yours in one of your pictures asking someone sources about the fires or something, ans someone mentioning reddit..it was never.meant to be any kind of pressure around it, it was because I saw that comment of yours and because..well I know you are a tree lover like me 🙂

GeminianMM Member
Geminian
Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Love it !

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

p.s. I have just emailed Bridget asking if she does Skype and post herbs.

I will let you know.

A_J_MM Member
A_J_

Unpopular opinion: I was vegetarian, then vegan, then raw vegan for a number of years. I’m pretty sure a number of health issues that I’m currently resolving have to do with this. A genetic test showed that I am someone whose body actually needs animal proteins and fats. Plant fats make me fat. I do what I can to eat humanely sourced protein. If you’re vegetarian or vegan I’m glad that works for your body. I’d love to live like that, but I can’t. Each body is different. For awhile now it feels like this “plant based diet” trend is… Read more »

emgMM Member
emg

I’m glad you mentioned that not all humans have the same metabolism and that for some a plant based diet is just not right and therefore mistreating that animal. I’ve spent years trying to encourage people to clean their diet, understand they need half the food they consume and to eat what their own DNA requires. I’m vegan when and if I get a chance as my body utterly thrives on it, so I called myself plant based but I do wish we could get it out to the masses to really get into their health, understand their requirements and… Read more »

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

As someone who doesn’t eat meat/dairy/eggs and has had enormous health improvements and also does it for ethical reasons, I want to share that I have the conscience that it’s an ideology and that an ideology seems always seem the right thing to those who choose it. Even democracy is an ideology with flaws. That can be discussed. Communism. Socialism. Monarchy. And a lot of traditions around the world. So, yes, whatever we choose we need to be open to the idea that maybe it’s not “the truth”, or maybe not everyone’s truth. I wholy agree with you. I do… Read more »

Melody
Melody

So I take it you only eat bivalves then, since they are the least sentient option. They contain dha, cholesterol, saturated fat, carnitine, creatine, and taurine, same as any other animal. Or did you go back to eating all the animals, like pretty much every other ex-vegan. If it was really about health, you would only eat the most minimally harmful option. Which is bivalves. Also every species has a species specific diet. There are no pandas that need to eat meat instead of bamboo. Barring extreme liver damage, impacting someone’s ability to produce their own cholesterol, or an extremely… Read more »

emgMM Member
emg

I’d watch the official word there and let the individual decide. We’ve all heard the official line and know full well it’ll change given time.

A_J_MM Member
A_J_

Melody, you assume a lot about me, and give way more credence to the ADA than I ever will. I enjoy bivalves from time to time, but I’m also mindful of the amount of heavy metals I ingest, since that’s one of the things I’m successfully chelating out of my body under the care of an amazing integrative medicine MD. I’m done with quack naturopaths who have only made my health and finances worse. At this point in my life, I have zero interest in a 100% vegetarian diet. I eat vegan meals on occasion with certain family members. That’s… Read more »

LexieMM Member
Lexie

Hear here Mystic!!

Abra Alahouzos
Abra Alahouzos

I completely agree with the localist instead of globalist trajectory life will take under the new paradigm. Thank you for your work.

Moon boot
Moon boot

Thank you Mystic. Used to want to come back as a solar panel … if there was an after being thing. Now want to be back as a tree. Maybe not in Brazil.

Dee223MM Member
Dee223

Wonderful wonderful wonderful blog entry! Thank you so much !!

Windhorse11MM Member
Windhorse11

Wonderful post. Thank you.

I’d like to also mention Mystics “Seven Years Ahead Report” I purchased it on 22 Aug 2019, only to discover after I purchased it that I have three transits that began on 22 Aug 2019 and they are so perfectly accurate that I felt this amazing sense of gratitude and magic …

I had seen this Seven Years Ahead report mentioned before but for “some reason” I bought it on the 22nd …

Thank you for your honestly, insight and amazing dedication to sharing

ResourceressMM Member
Resourceress

Yes!!
Thank you Mystic! “Armchair activists” and virtue signaling really do just seem to fuel the flames of social drama, the resulting smoke of which does obscure the real issues that start in small moment to moment lifestyle choices many believe are too insignificant to matter

birdMM Member
bird

Absolutely brilliant. Thanks Mystic.

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

Bravo! Nowdays people can’t just blame the big guys, yes they do terrible things but they need the people and our money to do so most of the time. Think globally and act locally is a great moto. Even people who don’t want to go vegan have to educate themselves about what’s going on and why it’s not traditional or typical or whatever anymore to eat meat and dairy, it’s a mass prodution chain that empovers the human being the animals and the planet at the same time. The Amazônia forest is becoming just a big cattle circus. It’s sad.… Read more »

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Meat/dairy eater here. Yes I will consider slowing down. I have just come off antidepressants and my palette has changed due to it. My appetite is lighter, I graze now like I used to. Instead of eating hefty meals with red meat (it did ground me) my palette craves a lot more vegies and fruit. My body needs high vibration food now. Then I had an amazing experience. My naturopath gave me high grade liquid herbs. I took the first dose. It was an initiation and alignment. Viscerally and psychically I saw configurations of different species of herbs. My mind/body… Read more »

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

I’m so happy for your journey. I know there are a lot of fake happy news around veganism, how some people become happier thinner and win the lottery 🙂 but I need to share my experience. I was a big meat eater along with a cheese connaisseur, that’s how I was raised and it was a big part of my culture. Around my twenties I stopped eating meat but continued with dairy. I had struggled with depression in the.past and it didn’t make a change. Then I saw this interview with an artist, a vegan singer that I never saw… Read more »

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Not sure if the reply was for me RT? Any way. I could never go vegetation. I lived on a Buddhist retreat for 6 months 10 years ago. Vegie food made me depressed, fat and low on energy. One day I craved animal protein. I ate half a roast chicken quickly. My mood improved drastically. Later I found out I am O blood type and need meat. Dairy not so much but thankfully feta is good. I find this whole obsession with clean food a bit neurotic if I am honest. My Taurus Moon loves to enjoy food. I just… Read more »

emgMM Member
emg

I’m an A so vegan really suits me and I too cannot diary for the life of me !! But I’m gluten intolerant too so life is raw veg beans pulses and I utterly adore the chick pea !!

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

Yes it was, English is not my language so I never know if I expressed my message across, what I meant was that greens did change my energy completely, I’m not a eat clean type, I like a lot of traditional foods that don’t involve meat or dairy but the increase of greens in my meals completely changed my emotional balance.

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

I’m happy that a good diet improved your emotional balance Rita Tocta.

Recently I ate a whole lot of vegie koftas and falafal and my gut (which is the 2nd brain) loved me for it.

Energetically I felt a lot lighter.

Melody
Melody

There is no scientific to evidence to support the blood type diet. It was made up by one guy with no research. Eating anything that is high in calories (including someone else’s body) will boost dopamine and improve mood.

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Well it certainly did that. Interesting point.

emgMM Member
emg

Does your naturopath do postal herbs? I need a really out there vibrationary herbal plant medicine person I’ll skype I’ll post a letter but please let me know who they are !!

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

So Pi I live in Queensland Australia. I wouldn’t call Bridget Young out there, more grounded, real and compassionate. After my really bad run with alt therapists she was the lotus that rose from the shit. She restored my faith. Hallelujah. I knew in the session that it was right. Energetically it felt nice. She knows how to hold the space. So I suppose I was being reminded of what it is like to experience a good practitioner. And to hold this as the standard. If their is no connection: better to move on. Like Goldilocks you know that feeling… Read more »

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Hopefully I will be in contact with you shortly by email to pass on her details.

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

emg Ignore this message above about the email. I did a long reply this morning and I had my own personal weird mercury screw up.

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

emg the details re: naturopath is above in a brand new entry.

recycleme
recycleme

ouch…and yes!

camillaMM Member
camilla

Sing it Mystic. But let’s be conscious not to replace an industrial meat-heavy food system with industrial vegan. It’s large monocultures (soy, corn, etc.) deeply dependent on chemical inputs/ fossil fuels that are also a huge contributor to climate change. Hopefully, local, organic, regenerative food is where we will arrive on the other side of this mess. From what I understand we cannot just remove animals from ecosystems because herbivores/ ruminants are essential to soil health—nature is brilliant and evolved over eons. Anyway humanely raised meat, raised in NATURAL conditions, eaten once in a bloody blue moon is apparently OK… Read more »

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

Super agree, industrial vegan is scary. But hopefully most are not like that. Local produce and cooking at home is both a spiritual and political act nowdays 🙂 I had some chickpeas leftovers, they where not more than a spoon of cooked chickpeas and I was throwing them away when I suddenly thought “if I had grown these chickpeas myself, although they are just a few, would I throw them away?!” The answer was obviously “NO” so today they were smashed into a beautiful sandwich with soup, yamm!

Wish Upon a StarMM Member
Wish Upon a Star

Interesting Camilla.

AlouettaMM Member
Alouetta

Totes this. I’ll also raise you a preference for native meats esp. kangaroo in Australia. And maybe lab meats if they get affordable. I see vegan ‘leather’ and wonder when it’s going to end up in the ocean or landfill. Been reading lots about circular economies and the move from owning to leasing with products designed to be returned to the manufacturer for redesign, reuse of parts, etc. Less need for more raw resources, more ingenuity, less waste, less plundering of nature. But how to transition to that? It’s still gotta bring the ka-ching or no one will invest in… Read more »

Melody
Melody

According to the UN, animal agriculture is the single biggest driver behind climate change. “Naturally” produced cows release even more greenhouse gases because it takes longer to get the animal to the weight where people want to kill them and eat them for 20 minutes of pleasure. There nothing that prevents someone from being vegan and also being zero waste, buying second-hand, and eating local. And ethical vegans are more likely to do all those things, because ethics are a central to their lives. But by all means continue defensively deflecting rather than facing your own cognitive dissonance.

AlouettaMM Member
Alouetta

Melody no one said vegans weren’t ethical. I think it’s a great practice and hope more people make the choice to do it. But it isn’t the only answer. As Seabird posts above, a huge proportion of the world doesn’t have the luxury of that choice. And when I think of all the deforested land that I’ve travelled through in Australia the most biologically barren were monocultures. At least with cattle country there were stands of trees. Not nearly enough but better than cotton, wheat, etc. Biodiversity loss is driven by agriculture and property development at least if not more… Read more »

annafrasMM Member
annafras

Mystic I have never loved you more.

NanzeeMM Member
Nanzee

Oddly, these past few months, I have been paying attention to trees. Growing up always surrounded by them, I guess I took them for granted. They were just always there, never thought about them. Now, when I am out, walking my dog, or just walking about, I have been stopping to gawk at them, wondering how old they are, how much life they have seen. Maybe the trees really are trying to warn us.

steelecsMM Member
steelecs

This is excellent. Thank you.

Billy D
Billy D

When I read the headline and looked at the photo, my mind jumped to Amazon Women building camp fires! So much more positive than the reality.

WizarDoraMM Member
WizarDora

TRUTH!

Thanks Mystic, Also thanks you for the reminder that I always wanted to be mother christmas and RENT trees with awareness and love and I need to Stop with perma-plaster sticking of consumerism to diswade my body from feeling world ills. We medicate in so many ways. Lashing out is desperate, panic driven and ultimately fear, with a pressing need to spread the shitty feels.

Agree with sentiments of overpopulation here also.

Also>source of news images. So many from the Cali fires and not in fact amazon fires, which has been stragetically burnt for +30years (not an excuse, simple observation)

AquariusNoMore?MM Member
AquariusNoMore?

I needed this today. I am having a very hard time curbing my spending even though I have no money. My husband and I normally work one full-time job and one part-time job each. Both of us were unable to receive part-time positions this summer. As a result we have been relying heavily on credit cards. At this point I have thought about filing bankruptcy next year. I simply don’t know how long I can make it. Even though we both make decent salaries we also have a lot of student loan debt and a lot of credit card debt.… Read more »

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

I feel that the more you try to please her the more she will make you sweat about it. Anyway, I am so sorry to hear that you are strugling with shopping urges, it sucks. There is this girl Hannah on YouTube, she is a Tango teacher and dancer and entrepreneur and she was strugling with a shopping adiction and started a “no buy year” and a YouTube Channel and I know of a lot of people who she inspired and helped..maybe you will like too..https://youtu.be/Oey08JRwUoQ good luck! ♥️❤️

AquariusNoMore?MM Member
AquariusNoMore?

Thank you.

Unicorn SparklesMM Member
Unicorn Sparkles

I was thinking declutter and garage sale items you’re no longer wearing or using. Use that money to fund anything new. But it for you. Not her.

AquariusNoMore?MM Member
AquariusNoMore?

Thank you.

Firewater
Firewater

Totally woke. Nice one Mystic. Poor trees, terrifying for life in the Amazon ecosystem, and our planet. There is a feeling growing within me of when is all the planetary build up of fuquery and me me me culture going to explode? Hong Kong, UK, USA, Middle East and Nth Korean politics, protests, Prime Ministers ignoring nations worried about their homes drowning, Xenophobic leaders building walls and separating children from families, fires in pristine rainforest… not a lot of good news stories. I’m desperately hoping the people of the world gets it asap. I’m so grateful for those like you… Read more »

AcqualunaMM Member
Acqualuna

My only additional comment to your well written, intelligent post would be that humans have to recognize that we have grossly overpopulated the planet. We cannot reverse the effects of global warming and crazy capitalism, without also addressing human overpopulation. We are neither more important nor more intelligent than other species. In fact, compared with most creatures in nature, we are too often kinda dumb. It seems to me that crooked leaders of greedy corporations want overpopulation to continue so that there are more people desperate enough to buy unnecessary crap. Just as a fun and rather necessary antidote to… Read more »

redondo.bleachMM Member
redondo.bleach

The planet isn’t overpopulated. It’s an issue of population distribution and industry.

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

I agree completely! The lifestyles are not sustainable that’s the problem, that’s our problem..we can still make plenty more babies lol 🙂 to blame overpopulation is like when they usually talk about hunger problems in “3rd world” countries. The problem was mostly the war. There are plenty for all of us with knowledge and work. Nature is super abundant and fertile in most places. I just discovered I’m accidentaly growing quinoa on my backyard.

AcqualunaMM Member
Acqualuna

Thanks for your opinion. Studies show we are displacing other species because humans are over populating the planet. It is not only the lifestyles humans choose. Our extra bodies make it so other species cannot live. Lovely and cute as human kids are! We do need to curb our reproduction.

RedsonyaMM Member
Redsonya

I agree with you 100% Acqualuna. It’s our lifestyles, but it’s also just the sheer number of human bodies on the planet.

ICPlutoMM Member
ICPluto

People are feeling disempowered and overwhelmed, which leads them to lash out at those who are seen as authorities and role models, like yourself, Mystic. Isn’t it so Saturn/SN/Pluto in Cap projecting onto a perceived Cancer/NN duty of care? It’s like a child tantrum, because one instinctively feels their existence being threatened. People aren’t taught to self-reflect, self-soothe, and to achieve emotional self-reliance.

MagentaGirlMM Member
MagentaGirl

Thank you MM. Well said.

starfishMM Member
starfish

Love this – thank you! 😘

ElectroMM Member
Electro

I don’t even have a blog and the demands people put out there for others to follow drives me mad. The rainforest is unique in its own right, but seriously how many places have completely decimated their ecologies? It always comes down to money and humans seeing the earth as a commodity. Absolutely care about the corners of the earth but put your difficult emotions to good use and get rid of your lawn or something like that. I’m not saying it’s right but the people there are trying to get the money so the real change comes from how… Read more »

babysinclairMM Member
babysinclair

All i can say is PREAC)!

babysinclairMM Member
babysinclair

Lol PREACH!

Calli GMM Member
Calli G

Yeah, there are a thousand eco blogs and news outlets that should be covering this. Seems silly to snark at you about it. At the risk of being an “all about me” American, I heard that there may also be a connection between the US-China trade war and the fires. It’s making US soybeans super expensive, so China’s going to Brazil and asking if they’d like a shot at the soy market. And Brazil’s absolute knob of a leader said, basically, “Sure—just let me make some more room for farmland.” Bye bye huge stretches of forest.

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

This makes sense. We all need to eat locally. For what I read the President of Brazil denied the billions of euros they used to receive from the European Union to help Amazônia forest. A president only refuses free money from a enviroment Protection Group if he is counting on gaining more from another side. He is the kind of assh**** that says that he had sons and then he made a mistake and made a daughter and laughs. I still can’t believe Brasilians voted for this guy. I’m Portuguese and have Brasilian neighbours here that serem clever but than… Read more »

Agate
Agate

What a relief to read your point of view! Thank you for your words.
A

OrangejumperdogMM Member
Orangejumperdog

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Beautifully expressed MM. My first, gut instinct on hearing of the fires was panic but after thinking and !!breathing!!, I know what I have to do. Grow food, plant trees etc. shop local, or, preferably, not shop at all. I have been doing this over the past few years but the planet is speaking and it’s becoming urgent.

rusty faerieMM Member
rusty faerie

hey gorgeous… I love you… I find these kinds of issues give me thoughts of suicide so I am glad you focus on the reasons we are reading your work…
You have you have responded with grace and wisdom once again.
moonbeams…
and how the fk are you ‘part of the problem’…

RitaToctaMM Member
RitaTocta

Hi, whenever you feel that way remember that that’s how some people want you to feel. Although there are problems, serious ones about the world and humanity, love do wins and goodness in invisible quiet ways, everyday, without apearing on the news. Consider cutting down your news intake, they are toxic pills, I know a youtuber Jenny from WearIlive who shared your same feeling and she is reducing her news intake. Sensibility is a power. Stay cool ❤️🌠

cynthiaMM Member
cynthia

Good post Mystic

aqua hair
aqua hair

Thank you.
You may want to read Collapse, How Societies Choose To Fall or Survive by Jared Diamond. written some time ago. He teviews the causes of historical and pre-historical instances of societal collapse—particularly those involving significant influences from environmental changes, the effects of climate change, hostile neighbours, trade partners, and the society’s response to the foregoing four challenges—and considers the success or failure different societies have had in coping with such threats. It is an old book but seems appropriate right now.

Lux Interior Is My Co-PilotMM Member
Lux Interior Is My Co-Pilot

Yours is an astolology blog–I don’t expect to find the latest environmental or political news here. And the people snarking at you should fuq off.

Aqua-cap-Gemini
Aqua-cap-Gemini

And the amazonian tribe that beat Big Oil in court, only to have this happen a few weeks later…
Bullies don’t like trees.

Unicorn SparklesMM Member
Unicorn Sparkles

I still have hope for our world – reading about Sebastiao Salgado and his 20 year project which replanted 2 million trees in a region of Brazil.
A decline was visible 20 years ago and the world has done very little to stop it.

Putting something on social media to raise awareness won’t actually fix the problem.

And nobody can fix it on their own. We all have to take even little steps. Together.

TeddyMM Member
Teddy

Thanks Mystic for sharing your thoughts. Highly appreciated. Im getting a bit scared though what 2020 will bring…Many people assume big changes in the world. That in America many pedophile corrupted celebrities will be revealed. Uk is leaving Europe, who is going to follow up ? hge changes are coming up around the world, i guess.

LouieMM Member
Louie

Well said..

Tune
Tune

We are on the same page but I fear in the minority when soooo many people watch sky news and think it’s truth . 😪

MysticcaitlinMM Member
Mysticcaitlin

Brilliant.

MightyShellMM Member
MightyShell

100% agree, Mystic. Thank you for calling it as it is. The health of the world starts with what you put in your shopping trolley and other everyday habits. Can’t believe people still nark at vegans and vegos and cyclists when we’re simply doing our best to opt out of a bad system that never should have gotten to where it has. Voting for future-minded, eco-friendly parties is also a biggie that people are strangely reluctant to do. Crying over a burning forest in a country run by a psycho doesn’t help anything*. (* I totally cry over burning forests… Read more »

DreamweaverMM Member
Dreamweaver

Great post, Mystic. Thank you.

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