Welcome to Evolve to Ecology, part of the new consciousness movement, an ever-growing network of conscious people, visionaries, scientists, whistle-blowers, environmentalists and engineers around the world, whom have a vision of humanity and earth having a different future, present and past.
Conscious people whom are aware that the present global crises was not just a chaotic accident but a product of a militant oligarchy. Developing strong community networks of sustainble living methods will give us autonomy from this supression.
The inspirations of this movement are those humans that have acted and make it their daily life’s work to make change happen.
As this movement evolves, we develop objectives that are not being addressed by the current archaic system, aims that require urgent action from humanity as a whole. This movement started as individuals began to question the true motivations of the oligarchic agenda, while more money is perpetually invested in war rather than environmental issues, or making our cities, communities, energy and food resources sustainable.
No one has any one answer, we all have many questions, yet no time to address them all at once. We can choose now to experiment or refine solutions by putting sustainability into action.
We can work together as a conscious community to implement the best solutions, taking our focus away from dependence on archaic systems that have failed to serve us because the capitalist machine is a self serving machine sacrificing the planet and humanity.
Equality can be integrated in new sustainable communities by evolving a non-judgemental way of being, equality builds trust, whereas hierarchical and religious structures create mistrust, fragmenting and dis-empowering individuals and communities, we aim for the opposite. We can adapt to our changing environment by withdrawing ourselves as 'currency' from the archaic systems of power. We can do this by simply no longer ''buying'' into them.
Humanity is evolving faster than the capitalist machine that it has served under, therefore in order to survive economic and environmental changes, we can take responsibility of ourselves to create a new sustainable blueprint to support our evolving conscious community.
This is a conscious community focused network that will operate as one conscious system without hierarchy, we seek balance in every aspect of our community work and everyday life, in doing so individuals are valuable and responsible for themselves and therefore for the community as a whole.
Despite our planet accommodating nearly 7 billion people, it is a myth that over-population is the main reason for straining the earth's natural resources . Money, greed and centralization of global power is the biggest problem, as it creates the illusion natural resources are scarce. Over population myths are used as one of many veils to perpetuate unethical world debt, trading sanctions and land laws along with other excuses for orchestrated genocides as means to sponsor wars. The problem is ‘centralization’ of power and the fiercely guarded secret that humanity sits upon powerful *Advanced Energy Technology, while governments profit from pollution and drought, this Advanced Technology can provide every single human being with abundant clean water, fertile soil, sustainable food sources and free energy. The oligarchic elite creates the imbalance with genocidal consequences by not providing these gifts which are our human birth right.
Ever wondered why we can communicate through hi-tech wireless satellite systems in seconds? Yet we are being provided with dated unsustainable wired systems for our electrical energy demands and noisy polluting unsustainable fuel guzzlers, because the corporate energy giants are also our politicians.
Where is the synchronisation in our technological development, it is being partially hidden. If this twists some peoples minds, research Nikola Tesla and how he discovered electricity can be generated from a freely abundant source through wireless technology.
We as a conscious community accept we are living in a way the earth can no longer support, to allow every person a share of the world's natural resources, we can reclaim our autonomy by de-centralizing from cities and become independent by growing our own food on shared public land; giving strength to sustainable rural community living networks and create our own clean energy systems within our new sustainable communities. We are re-educating ourselves to become our own leaders. By doing this we can rebalance by localising sustainable production, dissolving the governments obsession with land ownership and controlling land on foreign soils.
We can transform towns and cities into self sustaining communities, this will redefine the balance globally and allow indigenous people in poor countries to reclaim their natural resources and land, to grow their own food again and de-privatize resources such as water, which allows continents such as Africa, Central and South America and India to re-establish their own public sustainable clean water supply, not controlled or leased by some privatizing foreign corporate water company. Corporate privatization and control of water on foreign soil has caused poor people unnecessary suffering and death. This is a matter we will also be experiencing unless we explore ways we can generate water for new sustainable communities such as by using Wilhelm Reich's cloud buster technologies and other pioneering methods that continue to be suppressed by governments. The list for sustainable technology possibilities are infinite and exciting to implement and experiment with.
"We could build anything we choose to build and fulfil any human need. It is not money that people need; rather, it is free access to the necessities of life. In a resource-based economy , money would be irrelevant.'' -- Jacque Fresco
"Never forget that no government has wealth of its own to spend. The money has to come from taxation, monetary inflation, or debt expansion that must be paid later. And government’s spending choices will always be uneconomic relative to how society would use that wealth. That is to say, the money will be wasted."-- Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.
This old system will not work for much longer, as it has outgrown its ecological and economic niche, after all, the word 'economy' is defined by how communities of people choose to use their environmental resources to meet their chosen living requirements, therefore it is 'us 'as a community, that has the power to change the direction of humanity, not the governments.
Evolve to Ecology are active conscious community networkers such as The Parallel Community, Evolver and Reality Sandwich among others, along with new sustainability systems connecting all conscious people and organizations together globally through the web. We are beginning to create active solutions from education, ecological building, nutrition, organic agriculture systems, free energy, spirituality, 'religion' without prejudice (unconditional love), alternative healthcare, energy and agricultural sustainability, sustainable sanitary systems.
This movement is aiming to explore and disseminate information for various methods in sustainable living, alternative health, healing and every necessity that supports our objective in creating sustainable communities world wide.
Evolve to Ecology will evolve with the momentum of individuals connecting through it, supporting our work together as a world wide conscious community, making sustainability a part of our everyday lives step by step. We are replacing short term self serving capitalistic governments with long term community generated sustainable solutions which are within the parameters of the earth's natural carrying capacity. Choosing to switch to alternative energy is a community based choice, we do not have to wait for governments to decide for us any more. The technologies are out there for us to use with a bit of research and self education.
As this movement grows and evolves by sharing information, we progressively look toward indigenous communities to learn what we can from them, for living a more humble and spiritual existence within our means. This signifies our inner-standing that we are seeking to reconnect our communication and energy exchange with the earth and by doing so we reclaim our own inner shamanic power.
We connect people with people, with resources, workshops, communities, interviews, podcasts, videos, debate without prejudice, unconditional love and communication, evolving our own communal exchange of learning and how to respect one another, restoring our inner power and independence as individual sovereign human beings and infinite spirits, no longer serving a destructive archaic system. As a community we are connecting like-minded conscious people with one another to provide momentum of an ever evolving conscious humanity, whilst experiencing rapid earth changes and a shift towards a more balanced way of being at one with Gaia.
resources to information for researchers with questions on some issues raised in the above blog:
low impact housing examples:
Abundant water through rain engineering technology based on Wilhelm Reichs research, (this is over fifty years old and never been used by governments, with exception to the Malasia),because people in power profit from drought and pollution just as they profit from aids and cancer
Disclosure campaigning governments to provide humanity with zero point energy technology
Teach yourself about the ether and sustainable energy systems
Sustainable communities, networking,
All projects on this website were created, written & researched by Ecologist C. Shaw BSc ( Hons)
It is time to reclaim our Sovereignity
by Robin Caley - 12:32 on 23 April 2010
photo source -aktivism.info
It is time to reclaim our sovereignity
"We are talking about two grand projects in dispute. On the one side is the project of capital and imperialism, which signifies looting, which signifies death, and which signifies all of the false solutions to climate change that we reject entirely.
We assert that we need to change the system and not the climate. We assume the construction of another project: the project of life. A project based on principles that defend life, the Mother Earth, and that is based on another model of social, economic, political and cultural development. That is why we are here."
-Itelvina Masioli, a Brazilian leader of the international small farmer movement, La Via Campesina, speaking on April 20, 2010, at the People's World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ronnie Cummins is attending the summit as a representative of the OCA.
La Via Campesina Participates In The Inauguration Of The Peoples' Climate Conference In Bolivia
This morning Itelvina Masioli, a Brazilian leader of the international peasant movement La Via Campesina, spoke at the inauguration of the People's World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth. Bolivian President Evo Morales was the keynote speaker to the crowd of several thousand.
The conference, organized by the Bolivian government after countries failed to agree on a plan to stop climate change in Copenhagen last December, is being held from April 19 thru 22. Its goal is to amplify the voices of those who were not heard in Copenhagen.
"We are here together with President Evo Morales to play an active role in this grand global mobilization in Defense of Mother Earth," said Masioli. "Our planet is in danger, and if our planet is in danger, then life is in danger."
"We are talking about two grand projects in dispute. On the one side is the project of capital and imperialism, which signifies looting, which signifies death, and which signifies all of the false solutions to climate change that we reject entirely."
"We assert that we need to change the system and not the climate," continued Masioli. "We assume the construction of another project: the project of life. A project based on principles that defend life, the Mother Earth, and that is based on another model of social, economic, political and cultural development. That is why we are here. "
The invitation to La Via Campesina from the Bolivian government to speak at the inauguration symbolizes the importance that the movement has gained since its founding in 1993 as a global voice for peasants and small farmers. Masioli is one of 300 delegates from La Via Campesina who are attending the conference to send the message to the world that diversified, sustainable peasant agriculture can cool down the planet.
"As peasants of the world, we want to reaffirm our promise and commitment to defend Mother Earth," said Masioli. "We believe that the real solutions to all of the crises in this historic moment in which we live are solutions that need to be based in integral agrarian reform and food sovereignty as a principle and as a right of the peoples."
At the end of her speech, Masioli presented as a gift to Morales the flags of La Via Campesina and the Latin American Coordination of Peasant Organizations (CLOC). "We are going to give our flags of La Via Campesina and CLOC---our most powerful symbols---because President Morales was one of the founders of these two important peasant articulations in Latin America and the World, and because no one else has the credibility to convene this conference."
"Estamos hablando de dos grandes proyectos en disputa. Por un lado es el proyecto del capital y el imperialismo, lo que significa el saqueo, que significa muerte, y que representa todas las falsas soluciones al cambio climático que rechazamos totalmente.
Afirmamos que es necesario cambiar el sistema y no el clima. Asumimos la construcción de otro proyecto: el proyecto de vida. Un proyecto basado en principios que defender la vida, la Madre Tierra, y que se basa en otro modelo de desarrollo social, económico, político y cultural. Por eso estamos aquí. "
-Itelvina Masioli, líder brasileño del movimiento campesino internacional, La Vía Campesina, habla el 20 de abril de 2010, en el World Popular Conferencia sobre Cambio Climático y los Derechos de la Madre Tierra en Cochabamba, Bolivia. Ronnie Cummins es asistir a la cumbre como representante de la OCA.
La Vía Campesina participa en la inauguración de la Conferencia del Clima de los Pueblos en Bolivia
Esta mañana Itelvina Masioli, líder brasileño del movimiento campesino internacional La Vía Campesina, habló en la inauguración de la Segunda Conferencia Popular sobre el Cambio Climático y los Derechos de la Madre Tierra. El presidente boliviano, Evo Morales fue el orador principal a la multitud de varios miles.
La conferencia, organizada por el gobierno boliviano luego que los países no lograron un acuerdo sobre un plan para frenar el cambio climático en Copenhague en diciembre pasado, se celebra del 19 de abril al 22. Su objetivo es amplificar las voces de los que no se escucharon en Copenhague.
"Estamos aquí con el Presidente Evo Morales a jugar un papel activo en esta movilización mundial en Defensa de cola de la Madre Tierra", dijo Masioli. "Nuestro planeta está en peligro, y si nuestro planeta está en peligro, entonces la vida está en peligro."
"Estamos hablando de dos grandes proyectos en disputa. Por un lado es el proyecto del capital y el imperialismo, lo que significa el saqueo, que significa muerte, y que representa todas las falsas soluciones al cambio climático que rechazamos totalmente."
"Afirmamos que es necesario cambiar el sistema y no el clima", continuó Masioli. "Asumimos la construcción de otro proyecto: el proyecto de vida. Un proyecto basado en principios que defender la vida, la Madre Tierra, y que se basa en otro modelo de desarrollo social, económico, político y cultural. Es por eso que estamos aquí . "
La invitación a la Vía Campesina del gobierno boliviano para hablar en la inauguración simboliza la importancia que el movimiento ha ganado desde su fundación en 1993 como una voz global para los campesinos y pequeños agricultores. Masioli es uno de los 300 delegados de la Vía Campesina que asisten a la conferencia para enviar el mensaje al mundo que diversificada, la agricultura campesina sostenible puede enfriar el planeta.
"A medida que los campesinos del mundo, queremos reafirmar nuestra promesa y compromiso de defender la Madre Tierra", dijo Masioli. "Creemos que las verdaderas soluciones a todas las crisis en este momento histórico en que vivimos son soluciones que deben basarse en la reforma agraria integral y la soberanía alimentaria como un principio y como derecho de los pueblos."
Al final de su discurso, Masioli presenta como un regalo a Morales el pabellón de La Vía Campesina y la Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones Campesinas (CLOC). "Vamos a dar nuestras banderas de la Vía Campesina y la CLOC --- la mayoría de nuestros símbolos poderosos --- porque el presidente Morales fue uno de los fundadores de estas dos articulaciones importantes campesinas en América Latina y el mundo, y porque nadie más tiene la credibilidad de convocar esta conferencia ".
Media contacts (interviews with representatives of La Via Campesina in Cochabamba)
Boaventura Monjane – Phone: (00591) 74815401; email@example.com
Isabelle Delforge – Phone: (00591) 74306257; firstname.lastname@example.org
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