Earth Custodians

Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Advanced search  


SMF - Just Installed!

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
 on: June 25, 2018, 04:35:25 PM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by EC Founder


 on: June 25, 2018, 04:28:45 PM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by EC Founder
another bleak assessment but necessary to see beyond

To Break Free From Being Commodities We Must Prepare For An Extreme Human Experience
While the Material and the Metaphysical seem to oppose one another, the two realms can easily be merged as the Material is a direct construct of the Metaphysical. And this means that humans cannot break free from being commodities if continually disregarding the Metaphysical. Because the Metaphysical will forever win over, no matter what.

Being at crossroads is neither Good or Bad as long as the odds can be weighed with the understanding of what is actually happening, as we speak the human experience is on rollercoaster that can only end with an unprecedented climax.

There is no way to extricate ourselves from the trap painlessly.

Materialism has the habit to follow the path of least resistance and yes, something BIG must be given up… many are not ready yet because their “egos” stand in the way, but the momentum is gathering pace. Many today still think that it is possible to just look rationally at the picture to remove whatever pieces that do not fit into it, unfortunately there are wrong, because what needs to change is hiding deep within.
full blog

 on: June 25, 2018, 04:21:01 PM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by EC Founder
yep... follow the money again


It’s time we stop thinking about suicide as individual acts, and begin thinking about the health of the human race

The health of the human race is directly linked to its economic premise. It took way too long to for this grim assessment to make the headlines of a site such as, but now that is just another fact right in our faces.

The humans were given the dominion over nature to precisely have the choice to escape animal predatory behaviors, but by choosing to behave like animals we have allowed our very choice to become “our curse”… our species is now in self-destruction mode.

Money will never – ever, never — make the world go round, it was always meant to take us here, where we are today, down that very path. Why? Simply because people cannot help themselves but follow the money. It is because we follow the money that corporations have ultimately grown around us. Money and power are inherent bedfellows.

Remember the metaphor of Jesus’ Temptation in the desert? The devil offered him anything he could ever have wanted, and Jesus always answered “no thanks”. Money (when used for profit seeking) twists all minds and destroys integrity, sooner or later. It just is a matter of time.

Think about it: because of money, we cannot even speak our hearts or we lose our jobs. It has always been so, so HOW could we ever expect transparency to win over. Forget about it.

full blog

 on: June 25, 2018, 04:03:55 PM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by EC Founder

June 25, 2018
The last piece of the puzzle… simply because people will always point to the “financial/monetary factor” and since they feel like their lives aren’t directly threatened, they regard it as a necessary evil. Yes criminal “do” this because of money. In fact people can clearly see all the evils caused by money but still defend it because it makes their lives go round. This is the mother of all the paradoxes.

This world pedophilia pandemic is also the result of “moral relativism”. If thinking that another culture can abuse children because it is their culture (too bad) highlights the social scourge that is moral relativism. When the abuse is cultural, most do not see where it is wrong. The West will point to child bride customs in another country but remains blind to a 8yo boy sexualized and looking like a drag.

full blog/video and
Humanity’s ‘Dirty Little Secret’: Starving, Enslaving, Torturing and Killing Our Children
By Robert J. Burrowes
Global Research, June 25, 2018

 on: April 30, 2018, 12:06:51 PM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by Thinking4me
most people do not want to question that as induced materialism gives them something to hold on to... until it is time to reunite with The Source... but something does not add up, why lying t oneself all this time?

 on: April 30, 2018, 11:59:33 AM 
Started by Thinking4me - Last post by Thinking4me
well articulated Max... of course how could have humans with a 70 or less IQ find out about how to melt metals (iron and bronze) in the first place... just as for 1 and 0 making data encryption and computers possible... masses take these discoveries for granted... or even evolution, relying on the faith in the "missing link" is really taking us for a ride.... u-ummm...

3 thumbs up!!! Humanity's induced amnesia is a major cause of violence

 on: April 30, 2018, 08:42:01 AM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by pennilessgal
the world we live in is completely surreal...

what struck me in the presentation is the price of the bluefin tuna, this is beyond disgusting... as RARER they become, the more expensive they become for the sake of the sushi industry!!!

Sushi eaters pushing Pacific bluefin tuna to brink of extinction
The never-ending demand for Pacific bluefin tuna among sushi lovers is driving the iconic fish towards extinction, a conservation group said.... MORE

A bluefin tuna sells for record $1.76M in Tokyo (2013)
In the year's first auction at Tokyo's sprawling Tsukiji fish market, a 489-pound tuna caught off northeastern Japan sold for 155.4 million yen, said Ryoji Yagi, a market official.

Bluefin tuna sold for $320,000 in Tsukiji's last new year
AP NEW JAN 04, 2018
An 892 pound (405 kilogram) bluefin tuna has sold for 36.5 million yen ($320,000) in what may really be Tsukiji market's last auction at its current site in downtown Tokyo, local media reports said Friday.

One Bluefin tuna sells for more than $637,000 at Tokyo New Year's auction , jan 2017
A bluefin tuna was sold on Thursday for 74.2 million yen (over $637,000) in the first auction of the year at the famous Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. The amount paid for the 212-kilogram tuna, which was caught in off Oma in Aomori Prefecture in northern Japan, is about 350,000 yen (some $3,005) per kilo and is the second highest ever at a New Year's auction at Tsukiji market.

 on: April 30, 2018, 08:34:28 AM 
Started by pennilessgal - Last post by pennilessgal
this is a typical example of social manipulation: making people believe that they will have to surrender to machine and fly to whatever planet  to avoid extinction... but the video does not tell what will cause the extinction  nor how many will be augmented humans.... meanwhile masses take it for granted.

What Humans Will Look Like In 1,000 Years

 on: April 30, 2018, 08:12:14 AM 
Started by pennilessgal - Last post by pennilessgal
here we go again, it was all too clear from the start... how obvious... following the money IS the problem, the medium of exchange is secondary... following the money make people shortsighted, they lose their ability to think clearly

Materialism wants to bypass the mind and follow the money instead. So anything people can speculate on becomes enslaving because they have lost their ability to think (mind activity)... hello dystopian society!!!

full blog/compilation

 on: April 30, 2018, 06:42:54 AM 
Started by EC Founder - Last post by EC Founder
How To Become The World's First Trillionaire(s)

Earth Custodians have said this countless of times in previous blogs, and this time again, it is well documented.

Ownership (of Nature) is the centerpiece of centralization. No monetary system will ever match the generosity of Earth — and the idea to own Nature is not only a paradox but a recipe to justify endless plunder and human rights abuse. Capitalism is based on ownership rights to start with and centralization uses that very premise to consolidate power in the hands of the very few. We cannot have it both ways.

full blog

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10