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Let's Help Create a Better Future! Seek Wholeness First!

The main mistake of humankind is trying to find happiness outside one's self in external situations and material things instead of within the heart or spirit through correct eating, herbs, divine love, chastity and hours of daily concentration on Spirit in meditation. The result of the general human population ignoring its own true nature as infinite, eternal inner love, joy and fulfillment results in a long history of catastrophic problems such as wars, pollution, poverty, crime, murders, natural disasters, financial disasters, famine, and terrible diseases. Strong negative emotions such as greed, lust, envy, hate, grief, aversion and fear cause confusion, darkness and misery. It is of paramount importance to balance emotions and seek only the deepest levels of wholeness possible to create a far more beautiful future.

Permanently Ban all Deep Sea Oil Drilling!

U. S. government and B. P. are now snagged in the most devastating "technology trap" to ever occur. The worst oil spill in U. S. history threatens to destroy not only the livelihoods of everyone along the Gulf Coast, but also their health and sanity. And if all this were not bad enough, hurricane season starts around June 1st. Just one hurricane could blow vast amounts of oil inland and severely disrupt any further efforts to stop this horrific catastrophe, and because of global warming, the Atlantic ocean is now warmer than it has ever been, which could mean even larger and more numerous hurricanes.

If this well is never capped, it could last for decades, poisoning not only the entire Gulf of Mexico, but also the Atlantic and the entire coastline from Mexico to Florida to Canada. Deep sea oil drilling now scares the hell out of me, especially after seeing the kind of complex ROV technology one has to use to try to stem such a leak and especially after seeing just how much oil, gas and water pressure one has to contend with at those depths. Pictures of the oil and gas gushing out of those broken pipes deep underwater remind me of an evil gene gone mad unleashed to kill all that is good in the world. To mess with nature like this is completely unacceptable.

We need to permanently ban all deep sea oil drilling everywhere from now on, if this planet is to survive. I am following closely "progress" on capping this dangerous spill, but being constantly disappointed and increasingly concerned. If this catastrophe cannot be stopped, it could be the end of the world as we know it as vast amounts of vital natural ocean resources and coastal wetlands are completely destroyed forever. To begin with, I have always been dead against the production of and usage of petroleum (dirty) forms of fuel or energy anyway. Now this awful thing happens, underscoring one of the many devastating side-effects of fossil fuel extraction and usage I have been concerned about all along. So, naturally, I am doubly angry and will urge all petroleum consumers and government officials throughout the world to end this widespread and disgusting habit of depending too much on fossil fuels!

Go to this website to help with oil crisis.

Please watch this video to learn how microbes can be used to eat and biodegrade spilt oil.

Because it is Nearly Impossible to be any Healthier than the Environment We Live in, We are in Huge Trouble

Ever wonder where all that plastic from old toys, used bottles, junk food packaging, pharmaceutical and medical waste, etc., goes to? Ocean land fills, storm drains, winds, etc., wash and blow tons of plastic bits and pieces out into the world's oceans. Most of this trash ends up in vast oceanic "gyres" where wind and currents eddy around and around a constant high pressure zone, and not all floats on the surface, some of it floats as far down as 30 meters. This catastrophe is immense and the damage to marine life permanent.

What I am trying to illustrate here is that the average materialistic lifestyle, what products we use, and how we dispose of them is critical to the health of the planet. Every day, I pick up large quantities of plastic in the streets and parking lots near where I live, knowing full well that this crap ultimately finds its way down the nearest storm drain and washes (or blows) out to sea to kill, choke or strangle the next bird, fish or turtle, etc., that happens to come across it. Some of the worse stuff is this white plastic "peanut" shaped packing material that blows around thousands of miles all the way to Antarctica and back.

Plastics come from petroleum, and knowing just how toxic and non-biodegradible most petroleum products are, from an ecological viewpoint, how unfortunate that oil was ever discovered and relied upon so heavily. Yes, the petroleum industry created many great advances in our way of life and the energy for transportation, however its toxicity and long history of careless means of extraction and transportation destroyed or permanently damaged many vital ecosystems such as the vital fisheries that once existed in the Gulf of Mexico and many others at the rate of at least one major oil spill per year.

One of the core reasons for such devastating effects on our delicate oceans and other areas of concern such as the vast destruction of the worlds forests, is overpopulation and the materialistic or sense-oriented ways of life. External forms of entertainment, consumerism, a heavy reliance on the automobile, junk, fast, and convenience food packaging and wrapping, mass agriculture, and consuming too much energy from non-renewable sources, and many other unwise decisions typical of the sensory bound lifestyle that I call materialism and unbridled sensuality is destroying this planet and endangering nearly every species on it.

It is vital that God (Spirit, wholeness, unselfish love, and correct eating) come first, otherwise what is one therefore doing? Most of the problems on this planet are caused by a poor understanding of one's true nature as being eternal and one with all life, meditating on pornography instead of God, ignoring Spirit, and incorrect eating; all resulting in a sense of separation and almost universal loneliness and longing that nothing external can ever fulfill. The universal separation from Self along with an incorrect and/or incomplete knowledge of and/or lack of interest in the awesome afterlife causes everyone to behave irrationally in one of the following ways: excessive greed, selfish intentions, manipulation, addiction to sensuality, drugs, alcohol, excessive smoking, or simply remain in what yogis call the "stupefied state" of consciousness which is a half-awake numbness, although functional, one is spiritually dead.

The Gulf Oil disaster video that BP and other oil corporations don't want you to see:

Gulf Oil Spill Exclusive. Banned from YouTube from Accout Ability on Vimeo.

Some of the consequences of consumerism:



Gaia Raped by Greedy Oil Companies, Hemorrhages to Death

This is the worst oil disaster I have ever known, all in the name of materialistic greed. This is a perfect example of the kind of consequences the evil effects of conventional energy extraction and use and overzealous profit hunger have on the delicate oceanic environment. Never mind global warming, when all the oceans are polluted with oil, it won't matter any more anyway. I have never known such frustration watching all the failed attempts to stop this unleashed genie of ecological death and how incredibly stupid it was to drill at such vast depths far beyond the safe limits of today's technological capability in the first place. Now science, like in so many science fiction movies, has unleashed a massive toxic monster into a watery world already beset by multiple ecological problems and extinctions. Obviously, desperately needed is alternative energy from renewable sources such as solar, wind and hydrogen technology which could never create the immense, unforgivable catastrophe now occurring in the Gulf of Mexico.

Nearly every year there is a major oil spill somewhere in one of the world's oceans resulting in catastrophic environmental damage. This page provides a history of most of the major oil spills destroying the quality and productivity of the world's oceans.