Monthly Archives: June 2016
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“The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it.” ~ Galadriel, Lady of Lórien, c. the third age ~
Though this quote is from a fictional character who lives in a fictional universe, it’s relevance to our own existence cannot be understated. The explosion in human population over the last half century has undeniably contributed to lasting affects upon our planet. Despite the most stringent attempts of many to deny the veracity of climate change, the reality is that we are custodians of our planet, and we failed to take care of that which we have been entrusted.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest, children’s book author and Native American storyteller
Willy Whitefeather for a discussion of the idea that Mother Earth may be taking back what is hers, and what we as humans can do to survive.
Despite the overwhelming empirical evidence of rapid climate change, there are a number of other signs pointing to a changed – and possibly enraged – earth. From increased seismic activity – much in U.S. caused by fracking – around the globe to
volcanic unrest all over the world to increased flooding, drought, and other calamities, our planet is sending us a message, and it is not a polite one.
Willy will share with the audience his volcano survival skills as he sees the EQ swarms at three United States volcanoes – Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood, and in Yellowstone National Park – as a big threat to us. The Yellowstone volcano is of particular interest, for some feel it is overdue to erupt, and recently an international team of researchers identified twelve super-eruptions around the Snake River Plain between 8 and 12 million years ago that were likely ‘significantly larger’ than research has previously suggested.
In addition to the activity below ground, the surface of the earth continues to experience its own hardships. Recently, on May 19th, the small city of Phalodi recorded a temperature of 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit, breaking the Indian heat record. The all-time record comes during a stifling heat wave that has enveloped much of the country following a series of deadly heat waves earlier this spring that struck India, Thailand, Cambodia and other parts of Southeast Asia.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guest this week as they discuss Mother Nature and what goes around, comes around on One Cell One Light Radio!
(Thanks to TheBigWobble for their tireless work in posting Mother Earth’s Goings-On in their daily newsletter – and The Watchers for their equally tireless posting of the Earth’s Movements in their newsletters.)
Previous show with Dr. Hildy:
6-10-15- Dr. Hildy® and Willy Whitefeather – Children’s Book Author and Native American Storyteller
Willy Whitefeather – More on YouTube:
Earth Changes 11: Willy Whitefeather shares Native Perspectives Pt.1 of 3 – YouTube
Earth Changes 11: Willy Whitefeather Explains Hopi Prophecy Rock & Mayan Calendar Pt. 2 of 3 – YouTube
Earth Changes 11: Willy Whitefeather on Survival in Nature & The River Story Pt. 3 of 3 – YouTube
As a reminder: Marc The Arcturian’s Masterpiece:
“2012: A to Z” – A Galaxial Event of Disneyesque Proportion on Vimeo
===MOTHER EARTH’S CLEANSING under way===
June 7, 2016
Tropical Depression “One-E” threatens southern Mexico with heavy rainfall, flash floods, and mudslides
Ongoing floods in Australia claim more lives, severe property damage reported
Strong and shallow M6.2 earthquake hits near the coast of Mexico
======VOLCANO ERUPTIONS (with EQ Swarms) ======
New activity/unrest: Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands (UK) | Etna, Sicily (Italy) | Piton de la Fournaise, Reunion Island (France) | Santa Maria, Guatemala | Turrialba, Costa Rica.
Ongoing activity: Alaid, Kuril Islands (Russia) | Bagana, Bougainville (Papua New Guinea) | Chirpoi, Kuril Islands (Russia) | Cleveland, Chuginadak Island (USA) | Colima, Mexico | Dukono, Halmahera (Indonesia) | Kilauea, Hawaiian Islands (USA) | Klyuchevskoy, Central Kamchatka (Russia) | Nevado del Ruiz, Colombia | Sangay, Ecuador | Semeru, Eastern Java (Indonesia) | Sheveluch, Central Kamchatka (Russia) | Sinabung, Indonesia | Tengger Caldera, Eastern Java (Indonesia).
=======HEAT WAVES ======
=== Current FLOODS – TORRENTIAL RAINS – Landslides ===
Fort Hood Teams Recover Bodies of Last 4 Soldiers Missing in Floodwaters – The New York Times – TOTAL NINE DEAD -Army teams and emergency crews on Friday recovered the bodies of four soldiers who were missing after a truck overturned a day earlier during a training mission near Fort Hood in central Texas, an official said. The bodies of five other soldiers were found on Thursday. Three soldiers were rescued. Tornadoes, intense flash floods, and large hail continue ravaging the US Plains, no relief in sight.
11 dead as devastating flooding hits Europe: River levels highest in more than 100 years! More rain to come
Five people dead as parts of Europe see worst flooding in 100 years: Parts of Britain colder than Christmas Day
=== RECENT EARTHQUAKES ====
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Throughout history, one of the most pervasive myths has been that of the vampire. From the Mesopotamians, ancient Greeks, and Romans to our own modern-day movies and television, the concept of vampirism has existed for millennia. We all know the basic tenets of the vampire myth: undead creatures that stalk unsuspecting people by night, preying upon them to subsist off the blood of the living. But one of the main markers of modern nosferatu is that the basics of vampire lore can change with each story, and often that change ties into our own history.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes film director Ben Berkowitz, for a discussion on vampires through cinema history, and how vampire lore has changed throughout the last century. ( BEN BERKOWITZ – BIO )
A writer/director based in Los Angeles, Ben Berkowitz directed the award-winning feature film Polish Bar
released by Cinetic Media in 2014 and currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and most Cable On Demand. Polish Bar stars Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Judd Hirsch, Richard Belzer, Vincent Piazza, Meat Loaf and James Badge Dale. Ben also recently acted in several projects including Chronic, the English language debut of multiple Cannes prize- winning writer/director Michel Franco, in which he co-starred with Tim Roth.
From the earliest appearance of a vampire in FW Murnau’s Nosferatu, to the modern television series of Vampire Diaries, True Blood, and The Strain, vampire lore has evolved greatly. In Nosferatu, Count Orlok is portrayed as a gruesome monster, played by Max Shreck, which later led to an urban legend that Shreck himself was a vampire. Nosferatu was also the first instance of vampires being affected by sunlight, something that has colored nearly all vampire lore since.