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January 31, 2007

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Dear People of the World,

Introducing the true faith of Naturism.

Naturism is the only way for man to become one with the world. Let the heavens witness this oath of Naturism and our fullest wish to be at harmony chemically, electronically with the world.

To preserve future generations of humanity in their original genetic form, this association will be for the purposes of parents of un-vaccinated children to marry and procreate without the mutative effects of vaccines. Form your own communities to the right to not be vaccinated, though expect to be made to comply with quarantine laws as well for the health of communities outside and inside your own newly formed un-vaccinated one. You will represent a genetic elite in time.

Parents of un-vaccinated children please set up your own Marriage Arrangement Association, so that your generation of children will have life partners free from mutation to populate this world with natural human beings.

To reach naturalization of the human being, we hope this movement, alongside natural organic food, herbs in place of pharmaceuticals and or breastfeeding or other similar naturalist movements gains popularity and displaced the unnatural systems of government we face and unnatural life paradigms we are forced to live.

Buy land, grow natural crops, live by subsistence methods, renew and compost your own waste, abide by laws, vote for parliamentarians that will ensure laws protect you. Be familiar with local authorities and let local authorities know you well also.

We are aware that this movement may not be viable in non-Amish form societies and for all religions, races and cultures, to set up your very own, electromagnetic free, artificial pesticide and artificial fertilizer free and vaccine free, mutation free people.

Be aware of the risks one takes in joining this faith. Sudden infections (measles, small pox, diptheria, cholera etc.) deaths of entire communitys may occur from time to time if immune systems are weak, so keep well rested, healthy and clean my Naturalist brethren.

Such sad events hopefully will be natural and not 'outside world' inspired attacks with the same diseases and viruses wil not occur to prove the point of fascist

GMO companies, transhumanist or vaccine company fanatics. And in this I bid all who seek purity and natural coexistence with Mother Nature to be firm and polite with all unfriendly governments, detractors and potential attackers, to appeal to what remains of their human side in peace and respect, even while they disrespect or are abusive to you.

Seek to alter legislation to allow yourselves to be one with nature, meanwhile all friendly men with conscience, do try to ensure your fellow citizens inw whatever nation on this great planet called Earth have the opportunity to live in this fully Natural manner as well.

There are many Patriarchs as I though, not all have evaded the legalized onslaught of vaccines and had access to nothing but unnatural foods. I hope that they will enable mankind to one day live as pure and unaltered as Mother Nature intended. The faith of the Naturalists grows and everyone followers abound.

Wish only well, and don't be addicted to anything including computer games and electronics!

Kindest wishes to all Mankind,

An Atriarch of Naturalism

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I realize that while doing the Project NatureConnect activities, I trust the existence and powers of NIAL (the Nameless,Intelligent, Attraction-based Loving energy that creates and sustains reality) with every fiber of my being. It is amazing, but usually--as soon as I ask permission to connect with nature--I immediately notice glistening spider threads (reminding me of web strings) which instantly shift my consciousness to the utter and total connectedness of it All-- including me. This leads me to an immense appreciation and trust of That of Which I Am A Part, and its life-enabling and supportive LOVE. I feel accepted, loved, valued, appreciated--and I reciprocate those feelings.

However, when I am distracted and absorbed by my disconnected Reality, old conditioning sometimes gives rise to doubts and fears...and I know it is time to reconnect with Nature.

Allison Ewoldt

I realize that while doing the Project NatureConnect activities, I trust the existence and powers of NIAL (the Nameless,Intelligent, Attraction-based Loving energy that creates and sustains reality) with every fiber of my being. It is amazing, but usually--as soon as I ask permission to connect with nature--I immediately notice glistening spider threads (reminding me of web strings) which instantly shift my consciousness to the utter and total connectedness of it All-- including me. This leads me to an immense appreciation and trust of That of Which I Am A Part, and its life-enabling and supportive LOVE. I feel accepted, loved, valued, appreciated--and I reciprocate those feelings.

However, when I am distracted and absorbed by my disconnected Reality, old conditioning sometimes gives rise to doubts and fears...and I know it is time to reconnect with Nature.

Carol Biggs

August 2, 2007

Just tuning in briefly to everyone.

I'm busy these days with my granddaughter, who just turned 6. We’re watching tadpoles turn into frogs.

Of course, it is a multisensory experience, but we slow it down in order to take advantage of educational moments. (Periodically I focus on the sense of which I'm most aware, through the natural attraction that helps me become aware of it, once again realizing that I am being nourished here, now, through connection with natural creatures or systems, continual gifts that I can choose any time, simply because I have been born into planet Earth -- like Mike says.)

Last year when we found tadpoles at the pond in all stages of transformation, including wee frogs hopping down the trail into the woods, I picked up a few of the frogs for my then 5-year-old granddaughter to see. She was afraid of them...attracted to them but didn't want to touch them. She thought about them over this past year and told me one day a few months ago that she wished she would have held one of the frogs. I told her she would get another chance. We went to the pond after I discovered tadpoles again this year. I picked one up for her to hold but she backed away, still not ready, even though she also wanted to hold it.

The next weekend we went back with a jar to catch several tadpoles to bring home so we could watch them change. However, no tadpoles could we see. But while looking into the pond's depths, we saw minnows close to shore.

Now here's a nature connection for you, exposing a nature-disconnected story if I ever heard one:

My granddaughter wanted to catch a minnow and bring it home. I thought to myself, "Oh sure, a minnow is just going to float into our jar when it has this whole huge pond!" However, rather than pass along my story, I said to Miranda, “Let's invite one to come into our jar.” She did while I hung over a tree root, holding onto the tree with one hand and holding the jar under water with the other. Silently I asked a minnow to come into our jar before my knees gave out, "knowing" absolutely the ridiculousness of the request. (And this is with many years and a master’s in Mike’s applied ecopsych.) I told Miranda I had to get up, when suddenly from behind, a minnow quietly floated to the front of the jar...and swam in. My granddaughter's joyful expression was priceless. The fish, however, swam frantically in its now limited space, banging its nose on the jar, and I said we need to return it to its big pond because it's frightened. Big tears welled up in Miranda's eyes, while she said, "But grammy, you said we could take it home if one came into our jar." So, says I, “Okay, we'll take it home for a day or 2 so you can see it up close, but we'll return it to the pond in order to show our respect and thankfulness to the fish for responding to our request. She said okay, beside herself with excitement. We took the fish home after we got a fish bowl so it could have some space, where we kept it overnight, and overnight again.

When I came home that evening, the fish was laying at the bottom of the bowl. For one frightening moment I thought it was dead. Even though it was 9:30 at night by now I told the fish I would return it to its pond home. (Miranda was at home and couldn't come with me.)

Because of our northern daylight, it was barely twilight when I arrived at the pond. As I dipped the jar under water, I thanked the fish for hearing and responding to our request, and for visiting and teaching my granddaughter. The fish "knew" it was home. It saw tree roots in the watery depths and tried swimming out the bottom of the jar. Silently I encouraged it to turn around and swim the other way. It did… and quietly glided out of the jar into the pond, and disappeared. I felt myself expanding, flowing freely into "something" wondrously timeless and peaceful and vastly unending.

We went back to the pond several weeks later with a small fish net a friend and I used to catch 3 tadpoles now in the fish bowl on the deck. I said to Miranda if we caught more tadpoles we would return the tadpoles on the porch so they could reconnect with their pond community. We did catch more tadpoles and discovered that the fishbowl tadpoles were half the size of their relatives who had remained free in the big pond with their tadpole community.

Next time we went to the pond, Miranda said she wanted to pick up a tadpole. She has seen them up close and learned they need their kind of skin so they can live and glide easily through the water. When she had touched a tadpole skin before she didn't like it because it was "slimy." This was one of those educational moments to discuss the kind of skin a creature might need to live in a watery home. Is it really slimy, or is it just wet, and soft? I picked one up after the other and released them back into the water. She said, "I want to hold one, grammy." She put out her hand, then took it back again, saying, "Can you put it on this leaf." Of course, it slid right off the leaf and into the water. I picked up and released them for a few moments. Finally she said she would catch one. She did, and was so thrilled and excited she wanted to pick up each of the thousands at the pond's edge. She didn't want to leave much later when it was time to go, now with wet pond feet.

It took many times returning to the pond, repeatedly demonstrating the tadpoles or frogs wouldn't hurt me for Miranda to feel safe enough to pick up one herself. I remained patient, demonstrating my own enjoyment and lack of fear, as well as watchfulness for any of our bear relations.

I'm sharing this long story (which isn't yet finished) to remind myself that focusing on a particular sense through one of nature’s attractions slows me down to the here and now where I become integrated with the tadpoles, minnows, dragonflies, granddaughter, great blue herons, water bugs, the pond, and beyond until I am it—just another bit of the pond community.

Ultimately, instead of trying to catch tadpoles, my granddaughter just rested her hand in the water and let the tadpoles flow into her hand.

It is so much easier letting our own natural attractions expand us into all of it—wholeness with consciousness—through individual attractions, leading to multi-sensory nourishment. Science separates in order to learn about the parts, forgetting to remember that the parts all contain the whole. Can’t dissect the whole because it is still part of the whole.

Cheers from the temperate rainforest
Carol Biggs

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