War, Terrorism and Natural
- It's Not What You Think!
in most peoples’ minds, are rooted in cultural clashes
and ideologies, as well as social injustices. While this is true to some extent, these are not the only
factors at play. In
fact, the real impetus has been overlooked by the
conventional mind-set that what we are experiencing is
only a human-vs-human history.
of us have come across the idea of a living Earth, as
embodied in the Gaia Theory, or from the book The
These theories expound on the various aspects of
the life-like characteristics of the Earth.
One such characteristic is that different
components of habitats mimic those of the organelles –
things like the nucleus, golgi body apparatus, and so on
– of a cell. In fact, a theory (the Endosymbiotic theory) states that
these organelles were once creatures living in the murky
waters of the primeval Earth without cell walls
protecting them, and later joined together in a mutual
(symbiotic) relationship in higher organisms.
This is similar to the Earth, where all life on
Earth makes up a larger organism.
On Earth all life aligns itself to the Earth’s
magnetic field, and even contributes to the strength of
the magnetic field.
This is just like the cells in an organism, which
align to the central nervous system.
what does this have to do with war and terrorism?
Well, any organism has built-in mechanisms for
With the Earth this is also the case.
As we humans destroy life on Earth – the
Earth’s cells – we set in motion a series of events
at the unseen, subatomic level.
These effects eventually lead to instability in
the world, and the Earth, as with all living things, has
mechanisms to stop the destruction of life – its
of this is a world thrown into conflict, as well as an
increase in natural disasters.
In fact, so much are these a part of the same
overall, natural process that they literally take turns
– when natural disasters go up, war and terrorism go
down, and vice versa. Ever notice how natural disaster scenes are often described
as looking like a war scene, and the end result in both
cases is the destruction of lifeless structures?
humans so involved do not realize that they are part of
an overall process that reestablishes life, but the
evidence is there, and plentiful.
Ever note how previous civilizations’ cities
are always buried or submerged in water, and covered
with wildlife? This
happens all the time, and is a totally universal
is just some of the overlooked facts about history and
prehistory revealed in the book, In Defense of
Nature – The History Nobody Told You About.
With a combination of archeology, geology,
historical writings, religious texts, and mythology, it
is revealed that the process of renewing life takes
place whether it is human-vs.-human conflict or natural
war, terrorism and natural disasters are continually
increasing and getting more destructive as we populate
more and destroy wilderness.
This puts us in the precarious position of
creating a very destabilized planet with dire
consequences to ourselves.
To see excerpts go to the website
and click on the links below the book’s title.
Interviews and media review copies are available
More Information Contact:
Richard Pasichnyk, Ph.D.
Living Cosmos Society
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