The Only Guaranteed Hedge Fund with 100% Return

As the world banks teeter on the brink of disaster and pension funds across the globe are held hostage to fortune, hedge fund managers duck and dive between commodities that promise the best return. Food is one of the biggest commodities. Billions of dollars are gambled and hedged from one shipment of food to another. […]

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How 13 can Change the World.

  In ancient cultures, the number 13 represented femininity. The number 13 corresponds to the number of lunar cycles in a year. Thirteen is also the number of menstrual cycles a woman has in one year. The imposition of the Gregorian calendar by a patriarchal church, diminished the power of the feminine in more ways […]

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As the IMF Orders Ireland to CUT DOWN her TREES…A Dire Situation

The rain is torrential. I have just taken these pictures as the rain stopped. Last year was very wet here in the west of Ireland. Adaptation to the change in climate is under-way. Raised beds are made and more are planned. As I write, the rain has begun again and in between the sun shines. […]

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It Looks Like Spring!

The sun shone all morning and there was a hint of Spring in the air. Mr Toad…not a real toad, you understand…caught the rays of the late winter sun and looked quite animated. Spring is officially welcomed into the west of Ireland on February the 1st, Imbolc, Brigid’s day. I would not be surprised to […]

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Missy Cat and Weird Weather

Last night the rain fell hard, in fact it rained in a thunderous fashion for around four hours. Somewhere in the midst of the downpour I went to sleep, safe in the knowledge that with the heavy rain came the assurance of a snow free morning…I was wrong! This morning the ground was covered with […]

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The Great Turning

We are at a transformational moment in human history. This is the Great Turning. This is a whole mindset of understanding that we are part of a living planet. In contrast to the Industrial Revolution, we are understanding that the sustainability of the Earth has been brought to the brink of utter destruction by our […]

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Masters of a Fraction of a Dot

“Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero […]

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The Collective Consciousness of Hope

February the 1st is the feast of Saint Brigid. Brigid was also a Celtic Goddess, who was venerated for protection of the home from fire. Ireland is full of spring wells named after the Goddess Brigid, who held sway over them. The Spring Wells are often seen as a portal to the Otherworld and a […]

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