Isaiah 9:2
2 The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light:
they that dwelt in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined.

Let us use the power of our minds and souls to make 2023 the year we bring about full disclosure of all the evil forces, both on and off planet, that are assaulting the planet and her lifeforms incessantly now. Let us use the power of our minds and souls to end the Death Culture and support all Life. Let us use the use the power of our minds and souls to awaken and be free. Let us welcome with joy THE NEW PARADIGM.

November 9, 2023

I'm beginning this on Monday, November 6. So much for that wonderful warm-up that was supposed to come for the weekend, and while it was cozy here in the greenhouse, outside it was cloudy, windy and cold. I read and worked on my computer and colored. I don't think anyone out there can even begin to fathom the situation I've been in for the past five, but especially three years, not only living in danger, but having no place to work, certainly no place to color, which is one of the few activities I do for enjoyment, plus to share on my site, and to a certain extent, the same goes for reading. My schedule for the last three years has been rain-pump-clean up flooding. Rinse and repeat. I used to completely rotate my book review column on my Home Page every couple months, which became every 5-6 months. All the coloring books I've posted have been what was backed up from the previous year, and I have one more eBook review to post from 2022. I still have a back-up of 18 from 2023, and one coloring book, but the next one I post, I just completed. Do I think for one minute any of this is just circumstantial? It is a product of the ever-encroaching control of the Matrix and especially Artificial Intelligence, which, as many scientists feared, would develop its own agenda. There are so many things happening in my life that continue to confirm that we are in a simulated reality, and I will discuss those in a bit. But as for me, all the distractions I have been forced to endure were orchestrated for the purpose of keeping me—us—from the coming transformation/transfiguration. But the good news is, that no matter what they do now, it is coming and cannot be stopped. And again, as for me, everything has changed, mentally and spiritually since I am now in a safe place.. You cannot begin to imagine what a difference it has made. I will share all of this as soon as I can get it all down in writing. Right now, I am just enjoying so much finally getting my life back, and now my goal is to get the hell off this planet.

Anyways, back to the weather. Last night, they dumped SO MUCH ICE NUCLEATION on us, or perhaps, on ME, that the greenhouse temps plummeted when the sun went down, and it became frigid in here, or maybe it was just me. I believe that all this shit, especially for people that are ourside all the time, sticks to clothing and hair and skin. Even standing right over my Kero Heat, I could NOT warm up. Finally, I heated my water to take a bath (I have a little tub), then I warmed up. I have built a little enclosure that is my "bedroom." I have my other Senguko heater there, and the Sterilite bins I have stacked two-high, which mostly contain clothing and other fabric items, act as an insulating wall. Molly's blanket is right next to my cot between me and the heater and Goblin likes to curl up with her, too. An any case, it has been a long, long time since I've slept so warm and comfy.

But the thing is, I had re-covered my tomatoes because, even though the scheduled low was 36 degrees, it felt like it would dip into the 20s. Yes. After temps last week down to 26.8 degrees and nearly two inches of "sNOw," my tomatoes, which had been lightly covered, are still alive. And my rare white borage, which wasn't covered at all is also alive. But I am now convinced that thermometers are worthless. Even though it felt like the 20s, I checked my min/max on the porch, and it was 41.5 degrees! These are all more confirmations that our reality is not real. C'mon. And when I checked this morning which was frigid, the overnight low was only 37.8 degrees, that felt more like 7.8.

Incidentally, I would strongly suggest that everyone learn to live like I am. And, unless you have an alternative source of heat, I also strongly recommend getting a couple kerosene heaters. The best on the market are the little white box-type by Sengoku. They are flimsy-made, but still hold up well, plus they have these long chimneys that put out an immense blast of heat, even though, like all box-types, they are rated at 10,000 BTU. And they get excellent mileage! I finally changed the wick on my older one last year, so new wicks are less efficient. My newer one running on the original wick runs about 20 hours on a gallon.

This relatively minor relocation has been a major disconnection from the Matrix. Not that the controllers can't still do nasty things to me, and they are, but each step we take to break free not only makes a more and more massive difference in the control we have over our own lives, but continues to shift the global energies. Does anybody really know what time it is? Well, MY clock says 1:05 p.m., but everyone else's in the Eastern U.S. says 12:05. Yep, I decided to NOT participate in the ridiculous biannual clock-changing rite. For one thing, my body never adjusts to Eastern Standard Time, so I suffer through four months of being out of sync. But the other reason is more deeply profound. It is but another means of Matrix control. Ever think about it? NOTHING in natures gives a fuck about what time it is. Everything follows a natural innate cycle. Except humans. And that's the idea. Separate us from everything natural. The sun is NOT coming up an hour earlier, nor does it set an hour earlier. The whole time thing is an illusion. And illusions are what the creators of this simulated reality specialize in. If you do not need to follow a clock, THEN DON'T. And people have GOT to be noticing that hours fly by like minutes, and it is not because I am older, as some claim, because young people notice it, too, so I am sure it's not my imagination. Break free in every way you can, and most ways are things we have never considered. Again, now that my computer is in the greenhouse most of the time, I spend very little time online. And when I do, I make haste to gather the material I need to work on whatever projects I have planned. Mentally and spiritually I can feel a greater and more profound difference by the day.

Having said all that, the main topic of this issue will be animals, and I hope to bring some smiles to your faces, because many of these are comical or sentimental. And we can't let our sense of humor atrophy, no matter what. Many of these are the result of research I've done on the animals that are here on the farm, so this will be educational with lots of links that provide very cool photos.

I will begin with insects, because, well, there's somethin' strange going on here . . . . All I am hearing about is how nobody seems to have insects where they live. Perhaps because they have all migrated to Cosmic Dream Farm? A safe spiritual haven for all creatures, great and small? I am literally overrun with insects of all kinds. OK, so a ladybug just landed on my arm. I have FLIES. Flies, flies and more flies. This summer, deer flies, horse flies, green bottles, big flies, little flies and just regular flies. Dragonflies and damselflies and goddamn flies, but not too many fireflies this year. In the spring I put up sticky paper because they were so bad in the house. It was filled by the NEXT DAY. I found that I had to put the cat's food in the cooler after a short while, or it would be filled with FLY EGGS. WTF?? And the FRUIT FLIES. OH, MY!! I have some interesting info on them. Here's the Wikipedia page for Drosophila
Here is an interesting tidbit from that rather long article.

Males of this genus are known to have the longest sperm cells of any studied organism on Earth, including one species, Drosophila bifurca, that has sperm cells that are 58 mm (2.3 in) long. The cells mostly consist of a long, thread-like tail, and are delivered to the females in tangled coils. The other members of the genus Drosophila also make relatively few giant sperm cells, with that of D. bifurca being the longest. D. melanogaster sperm cells are a more modest 1.8 mm long, although this is still about 35 times longer than a human sperm. Several species in the D. melanogaster species group are known to mate by traumatic insemination.

And human males think they're so macho, outdone by a fruit fly. HA! Leaves one speechless, does it not? Anyways, just before the "sNOw" last week, they were on the rampage, apparently taking care of business before the cold (hopefully) killed them off. I was making the last of my flavored vinegars, and as always, I bring it to a boil before pouring it over the herbs in the bottle. But these fruitflies! Diving into the boiling but enticing liguid so fast, I had to keep a long-handled teaspoon handy to scoop them out. (Yes of course they were dead.) I just read a very comical murder/mystery by the Scottish author, R.T. Campbell, about a murder that takes place at a Congress of Geneticists in England, written in 1945. Fruit flies played a role in the story, but they were called "vinegar flies" in England. Now I know why. Here's a link to my review
Unholy Dying

A couple more comments on fruit flies. Here's another quote from Wikipedia. Goodness. Those are BIG ones.
"Most are small, about 2–4 millimetres (0.079–0.157 in) long, but some, especially many of the Hawaiian species, are larger than a house fly." It is Drosophila setosimentum, pictured below along with the species most of us, at least here in the Eastern U.S. recognize as the common fruit fly, with their little beady red eyes. And last, here's a not-so-funny article.
Over 2 million fruit flies to be released in Leimert Park to fight infestation
"The CDFA plans to release approximately 2.25 million sterile male Medflies spread out over a 9 square mile area to eradicate the species."
Probably something engineered by Bill Gates, or perhaps Monsanto, but they're in bed together anyways. We should not be messing with genetics!! That's the CAUSE of many of these problems. Just as in people, plants now have lost their immune systems. A healthy plant can fight off infestations and infections. And furthermore, does it not seem STRANGE to you that with the massive insect loss the planet is suffering, pestilent ones are developing greater strength and larger populations? Like the cucumber beetles on my farm this year, in volumes I have NEVER WITNESSED in my life.

Drosophila setosimentum

Drosophila melanogaster

I'm now picking this up on Tuesday the 7th, and I will continue with insects and some comments from Dane's community concerning them. But first, I must point out some disturbing, or peculiar events of late. I had to do some grocery shopping, which I haven't been able to do for two months because of car repairs. When I do my mantras and mind-creativity work, I never use it to manifest money, because the whole idea is to bypass the money system (which will soon be gone). But yesterday as I was walking to the mailbox, I saw this dollar-amount in my head and thought, yes, that would help my situation, as I was trying to figure out how to buy both cat food and kerosene with the tiny amount I had available. When I got to the box, there was a single letter in it. It was concerning the class-action lawsuit the FTC filed against Vonage phone service, which included a check for nearly the amount I had seen walking down. After I picked my jaw off the ground, I thought, well, what goes around has finally come around, those miserable little thieves. I did some research, and it was a $100 million settlement. The whole event had a surreal feel to it, and as I said, massive changes have been happening to me, at least. So I now have two sterilite bins I am stocking with food. ALDI has a new Non-GMO boxed pasta that comes in many different shapes for only 98 cents, and Marc's had Folger's coffee on sale, so I have seven cans of coffee stocked. When the shelves go empty, running out of coffee is NOT an option. Giant Eagle had large eggs for 99 cents and Non-GMO walnuts for $1.99. They are a very healthy food and I put them in everything. I mix them with chopped apples and brown sugar for dessert. I would not have been able to take advantage of these sales had this check not arrived.

OK, so that's the good part. The bad part is that every time I have to go into town, the experience becomes more strange. People speak to me as if I'm stupid and I feel, truly, like an Alien who has just landed on a strange planet. I'm finding that I cannot even communicate with people any more, and I don't think the problem is with me. Like when I went to the bank to cash the class-action lawsuit check, I had to first deposit it and if it cleared, I could take it right back out. (Just another way they tag, track and trace our every movement.) Anyways, I specifically told the teller (who has waited on me for years), that I wanted a round number back, leaving $4 and some change in my account. I told her specifiacally the denominations I wanted, also, and I saw her typing it in to her computer. But when I got the cash, it was nowhere near what I had requested. I told her that wasn't what I wanted, and she said that was what I asked for. I just let it go rather than argue, but most of the time I get the feeling people DO NOT hear the same words I am speaking. I am quite sure I don't have a speech impediment and I know how to use the English language . . . .

Things seem in a swirl, all disjointed, and it is during these periods that I have no doubt I am in a simulated reality. Computers have been doing strange things. TWICE today I was undercharged for an item in two different stores that I noticed later when I looked at my receipt, one item by almost $4. And other things. Lately I have been getting strange pages when I logon to The Weather Channel 10-Day forecast for my specific location, I get a page that is several days old, and if I try it on a different browser, I often get a different old page. And there's more. I will see myself doing something, like today, I was sure I took the kerosene tank out of both heaters before I left, specifically the one by my computer because letting them burn down until the fuel reservoir is used up cleans the wick, and this one needed a cleaning. But I only took out the one where Molly was sleeping. It's not just the that these things are happening, it's the—how shall I describe it?—it's like a mental blur, like I am only partly in this reality now. And that is good. I want to be on my way out. I'm ready to move on any time, because absolutely nothing here fits any more. So much for my rambling. Let us continue with insects. Here are some comments from Dane's people. There are two drastically different observations, which, again, makes me wonder how people could be experiencing life so differently if it were not a simulation.
Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, October 21, 2023
RandlJ lives in North Carolina, and Brent lives very near me, in Akron, Ohio. Granted, Akron is a big city, but every comment he posts differs drastically from what I have here on the farm. And I have lots to say about stinging insects and moths!

RandylJ says:
October 22, 2023 at 10:31 am

I no longer have ‘Words’ for the Intentional ignorance that is still being propagated upon the Sheeple who are becoming Sleepier than ever before! The Southern U.S. Insect Population has generally disappeared ~ at least in this town. I could count on less than half my fingers as to how many (including houseflies), I’ve seen for the entire 2023 Summer into Fall!
brent papon says:
October 26, 2023 at 5:47 am

As far as insects.
We didn't even get house flies or white moths.
NO bees of any type.
Last year I got stung at the local grocery and was THRILLED.
Not this year.
PS I love frogs too.

Now here's a totally different description, which matches more closely to mine. The last line refers to a comment Dane made that that fruits have no flavor any more. But yet, the apple crops here in Ohio were very good—inexpensive and delicious. Marc's is a member of Ohio Proud, so he buys as much Ohio produce as he can.
Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, November 4, 2023

Dog Walker says:
November 5, 2023 at 8:12 am

My dog has fleas for the first time ever, in my entire life.
I have had dogs, until they died. This is the first time in 25 years.
I am hearing this from many dog owners. Maybe it's local.

This summer was actually quite bad for Horse/Deer flies. Lot's of flies.
This is a more rural area of Canada. But you can see the trails from horizon to horizon.

Could be perception. Because the front of the car is quite clean. (Maybe there is still less over-all) You couldn't stay in one place in the summer because the flies will eat you.
There is not as much in the "big city." But I'm still seeing dragon flies and bees. Perhaps fewer bees this summer. I don't trust my perception of the past.
Except the way the leafy trees act. They are turning black/brown and dying. There is no Autumn.
The grapes here are franken-grapes. They're huge pear shaped and taste like water/nothing. I think they're from California!

Below is a photo of the humongous silver maple that I planted years ago, and, as of today, November 8, still quite leafy-green. But, yes, I agree there is no Autumn any more. Here they decide the growing season is over at the end of AUGUST, and deluge us with defoliants, so little brown/black curled and crumbly leaves are what remain on most trees. And here is a photo of my quite alive tomato plants that survived the deer, taken at the same time as the tree. I will bring them inside if need be. I brought in some tomatillos, filled with fruits and also some peppers.

Tomato Plants

Silver Maple

Well we have fleas. and ticks, bees of all kinds, wasps, and a massive overpopulation of yellow jackets, cucumber beetles, pestilent moths and caterpillars, sow bugs, pill bugs, tons of spiders of seemingly infinite varieties, although I haven't seen those big, beautiful black and yellow garden spiders for a number of years. Butterflies, though not too many big ones, like swallowtails; all kinds of beetles, mites and very tiny insects that I haven't identified. Not quite as many grasshoppers and katydids, but the swarms of crickets made up for it. And mosquitoes, the population thriving from all that rain. Ants, ants and more ants, everywhere you look. And terrible white flies/aphids that destroyed my poor crop of okra, then migrated to my basil which was struggling anyways from all the rain. Having said all that, let us move on to stinging insects.

Unlike Brent, I am NOT thrilled to get stung. I get stung all the time and often literally attacked. I believe it was last year, 2022, that was a rare year I didn't get stung at all, and the culprit is usually yellow jackets. As I have noted in other issues, I opened up more land this year so I could double what I planted, but a lot good it did, sitting in water all summer from the 25 days of rain from July 15 to August 26. But everywhere, and I mean everywhere I tried to dig up untilled land, sure enough, there was a yellow jacket colony living underground. Yellow jackets, in case you don't know, stick to their victims, and I'm not sure how, but I think it is little spikey things on their legs. In any case, you literally have to pull them off, and their stings are painful. Seven times, and the last one, just recently, unprovoked and I have no idea where this one even came from because it appeared then disappeared in an instant. My non-toxic means of dealing with them is to fill the nest up with earth-friendly dish soap, then turn on the hose. They cannot fly out because of the soap, so they drown, but more importantly, the queen drowns.

Here in the greenhouse, with all these hanging bundles of plastic jugs, which are now being taken down and discarded, I always have various creatures living inside them, from birds to mice to little dark brown and white striped wasps, who build tiny nests and form very small colonies. In all my years, I have never had one come near me, so I don't care if they are here. However, not paying attention until it was too late. I realized that a new nest being built this spring was NOT wasps but yellow jackets, which quickly became a huge swarm. So we struck a deal, that I would leave them alone and they would leave me alone. Both parties, fortunately, stuck to the contract. Members of the wasp family, by the way, all die in late summer to fall, so the nests can be removed. Below is the nest, which, as I type, is about three-four yards away, and low enough for me to take that photo close-up. It was OK at first, but after we moved in, it became an object of a bit of anxiety, because if that swarm decided to let loose . . . . Plus, I worried that the strings holding it in place might break, as they sometimes do, and I had strung that up years ago. The second photo is taken from the opposite side, showing two of the little wasp nests, and the yellow jacket nest from a side view. They look like hornets' nests.

Wasp and Yellow Jacket Nests

Yellow Jacket Nest

There was one more issue, and that was a wasp nest—those big reddish ones—that can be aggressive when they have a whim. It was right by the entrance, and in fact had been for years, each year a new colony moving in and expanding, but still not too big. Well, I had no contract with them, so when one decided to attack me for no other reason than walking in, it became a "squash when necessary" situation. There must have been twenty stuffed into and on top of this little nest, but as soon as the weather got cooler, they began to die off. I wanted to put up my shelving there, so each day I looked at their beady little eyes staring at me, reminding them to die soon. When only one remained, the nest came down. I am NOT a fan of wasps, although there are exceptions.

The biggest one is the gorgeous Long-tailed Giant Ichneumonid Wasp that I had pictured on my Welcome Page and Home Page for months. The photo was taken on June 6 when they began to emerge from the sugar maple that had been downed during that totally engineered storm with 60 MPH wind gusts. I had NEVER seen anything like them, so I did some research and found this really nice site with the native wasps of Ohio.
26 Common Wasps In Ohio (Pictures and Identification)
These were certainly not common here, or else they just keep to themselves, and I wouldn't have otherwise seen them if not for this tree. They are non-aggressive and according to the description of them aren't interested in people, but in another insect (of which I was also unfamiliar) called
Pigeon Horntail (Tremex columba).
When I saw this one, it looked to be struggling to move, caught up in some weeds, so I gently moved it to the walkway from the house to the basement, which was dry then. I observed it and became fascinated, and began to observe the others. They came in all sizes. This one was very big, but some were tiny, and they all were involved in the same process, which was unrolling those long tails that were curled up like a pinwheel and covered with a thin membrane. (Those are NOT stingers.) Apparently it was a laborious and exhausting task, like a baby bird emerging from an egg.

Long-tailed Giant Ichneumonid Wasp

Long-tailed Giant Ichneumonid Wasp

Since the tree fell right near the well, I got up close and personal with them whenever I went for water. But I did have one tiny issue. During this period. I was sitting at my table on the porch. I felt something land on the back of my neck that felt like a mosquito, so I swatted it. I felt a pinch, then one of these little shits, not much bigger than a mosquito flew down and landed on the windowsill beside me, giving me this horribly indignant look, like WTF? So I apologized to it. After a while, the whole colony must have moved to the interior of the rotted tree, where I suspect there is much going on, and I never saw them again. But, OH!, there's one more wasp story I must share. In the spring when I was attempting to grow turnips and other brassicas, I was one day fuming and bitching about the cabbage worm problem as I transplanted. Along came a wasp, which had, in its grasp, a squashed-up green cabbage worm. It laid it right down by my hand and flew away, as if to say, "We've got you covered." I suspect that there is more of this going on than we realize because we've become so disconnected from everything that isn't human. And most people aren't even human any more. Do I believe even insects have souls? Short answer is "yes," but again, I wonder how many were created by the Matrix to cause misery and destruction?

And now on to moths, especially that exquisitely beautiful Polyphemus, which is now pictured on my Welcome Page and Home Page. I had seen photos of them, but never one in person. Of course the photo is magnified, but they really are HUGE—bigger than my hand. I walked in to the house (this was on June 25) at about 9 p.m., and was startled (and even a little frightened) until I realized what it was. Then I couldn't take my eyes off it, again marvelling at the incredible wonders that exist all around us. I have done quite a bit to learn about butterflies and moths from my books and coloring books, so I knew it was in the "The Saturniidae Family of Moths." Here are some sites and the photo.
Owlcation: The Saturniidae Family of Moths
Polyphemus Moth
Moths in Ohio
And two on caterpillars. I saw a very strange one with little box designs in yellow and black and never did identify it, although some were similar. Maybe this was one of Bill Gates' mutants. It looked like #6: Variegated Fritillary Caterpillar in this next website, but was different colors. Please note, this site covers much of the U.S. and Canada, not just Ohio. And it also shows us the moth that came from a woolly bear caterpillar. I did not know that! I recognized many moths, butterflies and caterpillars from this page.
32 Weird (but COMMON) Caterpillars in Ohio (2023)
And this one actually covers all sorts of insects for all states.
Butterflies and Moths of Ohio (567 Found)

Polyphemus Moth

And just a bit more on insects. I am not a big fan of ants, although a while back Dane spoke of his new little friend he made as he meditated with his trees. He spoke of the immense feat this tiny insect performed in carrying something much bigger than itself, and many of us have witnessed that. I have some photos here from June 15, 2021 that I was going to post in something else but never did. I had disturbed a nest of ants inside an old Sterilite bin in the greenhouse that I needed to use. I wasn't paying much attention to them because no matter what I do, I disturb a nest of ants. Anyways, I left, and when I returned. I realized they were carrying each egg, one by one, up the inside wall of the bin and back down the outside. OK. Yes, I was impressed.

Ants Carrying Eggs

Ants Carrying Eggs

Ants Carrying Eggs

For those of you who follow the photos I post on my Welcome Page, you will know that a pretty high percentage of them are insects. So, no, I certainly have no insect shortage here, and again, people have to start wondering how there can be such vast differences in what others are experiencing. And then people need to really investigate AI, and the possibility that we're living in a simulated reality. More and more influential people are calling for a halt to further AI development until we can get a handle on what's going on. Just imagine, for a minute, if we were stuck inside a computer game that was being played by off-planet beings that were not human, but machines. What would it he like? Pretty much like what we are living in, I would say. And speaking of beings that are not human, here are a few articles concerning insects, and it's amazing how Bill Gates' name keeps showing up, especially when genetic mutants and blood-sucking parasites are mentioned.

This first one is actually more about controlling seeds and GMOS, but here's a disgusting quote.
"Two examples will suffice to demonstrate the extent and totality of that control and the maniacal determination to arbitrarily restructure the living patterns of millions that inspires it. In the Netherlands, school lunchrooms are already quietly introducing mealworm and insect food for pupils, on the spurious pretext of saving the planet from global warming."
Weaponization of Food Goes Into High Gear. “Eating Insects for Dinner”
This next one is just plain sick. Like turning the sky into an electronic grid and using weather as a weapon.
Why Is the Pentagon “Weaponizing Insects”?
And here's the last paragraph.

Is the Pentagon through DARPA engaged in “dual use,” research by developing a bio weapon under the guise of agricultural advancement? There are those who would say, “Yes, but nobody in their right mind would risk what could be an irrevocable alteration of our ecosystem.” But, as one biophysicist remarked in connection with GMO, there are some people not in their right mind . . .”

Our ecosytem is long past being irrevocably altered. Of course, Bill Gates is a key player. Coming very soon, we will find that we've lost the ability to grow ANY food on this planet. Even Frankenfood. Won't Gates be surprised? Gosh. he might starve to death. And here's more on this sordid creature, followed by a quote.
Why Did Gates and the Pentagon Release “Gene Edited” (GMO) Mosquitoes in Florida Keys?

"What further draws suspicions about the entire gene edited mosquito release in Florida is the fact that the Oxitec project is being supported by two highly controversial agencies—The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA. Gates— not only a major financial backer of the gene-edited COVID-19 “vaccines” of Pfizer and Moderna, and the largest private donor to the WHO–has funded gene-editing research for more than a decade. Gates is well aware of the malevolent potential of gene-editing technology. It can be used as a bioweapon maker. In 2016 Gates declared, “the next epidemic could originate on the computer screen of a terrorist intent on using genetic engineering to create a synthetic version of the smallpox virus.” In July 2017, John Sotos, of Intel Health & Life Sciences, stated that gene editing research could “open up the potential for bioweapons of unimaginable destructive potential.”

And one last insect story, as we segue into bears.
Tarantula Causes Car Crash In Death Valley
Tarantula crossing road causes traffic accident in Death Valley
The wrong way to handle bear and tarantula encounters

Blue Ridge Parkway Partially Closed Amid Bear Interactions
These next two are very funny. The first one is hysterical.
Brown Bear Busts A Move
Photos show bear and her cubs after they raid Krispy Kreme donuts van

Dogs and a Sheep
Here are some sweet and funny dog stories and one about a sheep.
Remembering Ruby: Hero K-9 trooper went from the animal shelter to saving a boy's life with state police
CBS News team covering the Morocco earthquake finds a tiny puppy alive in the rubble
One of the CBS News Team members covering the story adopted it. Here's a curious quote:
"I think I'll name him Popty," he said. "It's short for the Welsh word for microwave. My partner and I have been wanting a dog for a while, and this is the name we'd been saving."
Hmm. Maybe because microwaves are what is causing all these earthquakes??
Doggie bus in Alaska takes puppies on walks and adventures
Stranded For 2 Years Scottish Sheep Is No Longer Lonely

Fish and Photography
Starfish Arms Are Not Really Arms At All
And some winning nature images in recent competitions. This next one is really cool.
See 2023 Photomicrography Competition Winning Images
Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners show the beauty—and precarity—of nature

Reptiles and Amphibians
I wanted to share a bit more about my precious Gurdle, who died this summer. In September, 2000, while I was still teaching music in Hudson, I saw a turtle crossing a busy road. I turned around as fast as I could to save it, but I didn't realize in that few seconds that a delivery truck ran over it. So when I picked it up, it was all bloody. Of course, I had no intention of just setting it back down, so I took it home and wrapped its shell up with packing tape that had been cracked in three places. It was a boy, so I named it Murdle the Turtle. His wounds healed, but he was still in shock and couldn't remember how to eat. Then a girl came along, so she became Gurdle the Turtle. They liked each other, and she helped him to remember how to function. Two years later during one of those periods where we kept having even worse torrential rain than now, everything around me was flooded and the roads were shut off, so I kept driving around trying to get to where I needed to go. And that's when I rescued the two other girls, who became Odie (Egyptian Ode, meaning "found by the road") and Berthe. Odie died several years ago, and now it is just Murdle and Berthe. Here is a website with the turtles found in Ohio, and most of them I have never seen. Of course, I've shared photos of the Mommy snapping turtle laying her eggs, and the Midland Painted, also, which is probably the most common around here, and is what Murdle and Berthe both are. These are really cool photos. I adore turtles, by the way, in fact I love reptiles and amphibians.
Ohio’s 12 species of turtles at a glance
So here, once again, is Gurdle, plus one of our numerous resident toads and frogs here in the greenhouse. They are in hibernation now, but the frogs came back out a couple weeks ago when it got so warm.

Resident Toad

Gurdle the Turtle

And that concludes all the animal stories I had saved, some for a very long time. My next Disclosure article will be on Food and Weather/Environment. I am working on a number of projects, so I don't know what order I will post them, plus I guess I will have to do a Part 4 on my Artificial Intelligence series because I have much more information to share. And as far as I'm concerned, stopping ALL of that will change everything in an instant, and if that means shutting down every computer on the planet, then so be it.

In his Geoengineering Watch Global Alert News, October 28, 2023, Dane spoke, again, of the polymer fibers being sprayed on us. Now, just stop a minute and consider what human being would agree to do something like that. These are NOT human beings, nor are human beings running the planet. Anyways, Dane made the point that even animals are showing signs of dementia. My precious Molly's mind has pretty much vacated her body at this point, but as long as she knows me and knows I love her and that I am here to take care of her, then I can deal with the rest. But she will sometimes panic when I'm not around (which is rare). One day last week I was outside. Since she has the little enclosure where her blanket is, I haven't been keeping her restrained, so she has even more room to move around. Well, apparently she was looking for me and forgot to bark, so she squeezed out and injured her front leg. I came in and found her outside the enclosure, all full of dirt, just standing there, like she was stuck, and not knowing enough to simply turn around. Anyways, her leg has been swollen, adding to her other issues. I do massotherapy on her throughout the day, and I've been working on her leg. It's still a little swollen, but today she was able to walk much better. The best part, however, is when I look into her eyes, there is a glimmer of consciousness I haven't seen in a while. This evening as I typed, she let out a howl to inform me she needed to go out, and she hasn't done that in several weeks. Even better, when I went out a few days ago when it was really warm, I had her on the porch. For several years, a good chunk on my life has been packed up in Sterilite bins, safely stored on the porch, but now all my books and everything is right here with me, in about 80 boxes, where I can immediately access whatever I need, and the porch is relatively clear. Anyways, when I pulled down the driveway, she actually saw me and began to bark. It has been a very long time since that happened! As I stated at the beginning of this article, everything is now shifting, and we will continue to move in the direction where we point ourselves. Breaking away from all Matrix control systems is imperative.

I have a few screenshots to share as I end this issue. Dane spoke of the water coming into Mexico and being pumped up into the states where it is laced with chemical ice nucleation and dumped on us here in the east. I have two screenshots to verify that. The Interactive Radar is from October 30, at 3:15 a.m. and the next image if the NWS National Map from that day, showing freeze warnings from Arizona to Pennsylvania, the exact path of the "storms."

Interactive Radar, October 30

National Weather Map, October 30

Now this next one gives us an idea on just how much warmer it is. "Near Seasonal Temperatures?" Really? In November in NE Ohio? I went back through my weather data from 1995 to 2001. Here's the highs recorded for November 4, 5, and 6.
1995: 36; 44; 40
1996: 38; 42; 52
1997: 28; 38; 32
1998: 20; 26; 26
1999: 45; 50; 50
2000: 47; 45; NA
2001: 62; 45; 50
You can see how they are inching upwards with the new millennium. I remember growing up with cold, November through February or early March. We had well-defined seasons. And NOW!! Last night, the low went down to 47.8. Overnight it rose to 64.2 (as it was scheduled to do), but when I brought food for the stray cats up to the porch between 7:30 and 8 a.m., it had already dropped to 53 degrees. All this in about EIGHT HOURS, overnight! Anything wrong with this picture?

Weather Story, November 5

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