It should have been different. A Free energy apparatus was patented by Nikola Tesla in 1901, an apparatus for the utilization of radiant energy. Covering the earth, in the atmosphere, is energy. The suns positively charged potential vs the earths negatively charged potential creates cosmic energy, enough to power the world over and over again, always, and forever. This technology should have enabled the entire world population access to free energy. Instead, the world was driven towards an incredibly backwards process of obtaining energy. Burning it out of pockets of decayed materials beneath the earths surface. This is a costly, dirty, and most importantly, finite process. A process that has changed the world forever, not for the better. This is a process that’s created wars, arguably insurmountable amounts of pollution, and immense division throughout the world of have, and have nots. Why? Greed, and control. Since 2010, 9 million gallons of crude oil have spilled from pipelines in the United States alone. Here they are, calling for more pipelines, and now more offshore drilling. Why are we still holding on to this antiquated system of obtaining energy? Greed, and control. We own this county, why do we let this happen, and never do anything about it? They divide us. They make us believe we must fight each other. Democrats vs Republicans, antifa vs alt right. If we are too busy fighting each other, we won’t have time to stop, look up, and realize who the real enemy is. Want peace, clean air and water, free energy, and access to healthy food, not laden with chemicals? It’s all possible. Stop buying into the mass media narrative, stop seeing your neighbor as the enemy, and focus on the real enemy. The real sociopaths out there with all the control, who have complete disregard for you, your family, and the environment you live in.
Bali: Saraswati temple (Ubud), Tanah Lot, some place I found somewhere and one of the amazing statues you’ll find at many roundabouts in Bali, this one shot at Ubud. #saraswati is an important temple to the locals, you’ll find it behind the next Starbucks. Wednesdays they do dance performances, run by women. The musicians are usually all men, except for this one. It’s a great place to watch a traditional dance, which isn’t as packed as the nearby Ubud Place ones. #tanahlot is a pretty incredible (popular!) location as well, shot during high tide when the temple can’t be reached. During lowtide you can walk through the water to reach it go to the top.
Music by Simon Wilkinson, www.thebluemask.com