World Water Day 2007, Climate Changes, Gaia Hypothesis

March 22, 2007

Once again we return to changes, this time seasonal, as many of us enter the vernal equinox, or spring, and ongoing climate changes on planet Earth, our little berg somewhere out there in the universe.

When we speak of climate changes, this not only references Earth changes and where they are rapidly taking us, but the climate of the human condition that is adapting and evolving into something more.

World Earth Day 2007 is another reminder to look at planet Earth.

This week I watched a special on the History Channel called "Last Days on Earth", which included a segment about Earth Changes expressing the opinions of leading scientists including Dr. James Lovelock, most famous for proposing and popularizing the Gaia Hypothesis, that the living matter of planet Earth functioned like a single organism. Lovelock, (what a quaint name), named this self-regulating living system after the Greek Earth goddess, Gaia. In other words, the Earth, as a living organism, has an evolutionary agenda of its own, as proven in historical record.

Aion and Terra Mater (Gaia) with four children, perhaps the personified seasons

During the History Channel presentation, all of those interviewed concurred that there is no going back and one cannot deny what is happening to the planet. When it comes to financial gain, we tend to hide our heads in the sand.

Also expressed was that the term Global Warming now gives way to Climate Changes. Detailed schematics showed how we have pushed the natural acceleration of these changes forward more rapidly than ever anticipated (increase of carbon dioxide in the air which heats up the planet, among other changes you can find in the news) and where it is all going, graphics depicting potential end times - from decades to centuries.

It's interesting to watch physical and theoretical science merge - alongside metascience - from quantum physics to the natural laws of physics, all stretching the barriers of what we believed was truth.

Think outside the box. As you sit there, close your eyes for a NY Minute. Visualize everything weaving together in the web of life, intrigue, internet, illusion, and experience. And where do you stand in all of this? You are the observer at this moment. But never forget all that exists is only 'This Moment' and you are only the observer in any sense of the words. If you want to listen to some music to perk 'this moment', click for This Magic Moment brought to you by Merlin, Hermes, and Thoth!

One can blame the acceleration of Climate Changes on any or all of the elements we feel are responsible, but this is the time of transition any way you cut it. As with all things linked to this reality experience, FEAR is the key, and so climate changes will bring death and destruction in their 'wake', allowing thousands of soul to go to that 'shock point' where they release from the physical grid.

... And no, your 'god person' or alien will not return to stop the natural cycles of time and evolution, all part of the physical programming of this grid, and most likely why your soul remains here - to experience them.

In metaphysics we learn that the evolution of consciousness is accelerating along with the consciousness of Planet Earth, waiting to become something more. Some say this is what happened on Mars ... just a theory among a million others we ponder during end times. All prophecies point to this timeline as a period of transition from the physical to a Golden Age, or non-physical. Your interpretation of these changes will rapidly change long with your environment, physical and other.

Thursday brings another day we look at planet Earth on World Water Day 2007... and talk about another major situation revolutionizing the way we think and live. It touches everyone, here and abroad. Even the famous Nile river is shrinking. With all the change, you can no longer live in denial, deNile.

March 22 2007 - World Water Day

World Water Day 2007

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Coping with Water Scarcity UNESCO

World Day for Water, or unofficially World Water Day, occurs each year on March 22, as designated by United N

ations General Assembly resolution. This day was first formally proposed in Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Observance was expected to begin in 1993 and has grown significantly ever since. The UN invited its member nations to devote this day to implementing UN recommendations and promoting concrete activities within their countries. Each year, one of various UN agencies involved in water issues takes the lead in promoting and coordinating international activities for World Day for Water. With the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) coordinating, World Day for Water 2005 also marked the start of the second 'UN International Decade for Action for Water', also referred to as the Water for Life Decade 2005-2015.

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