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You raise some amazing and interesting points here Enna! Thank you.

FYI - Firstenberg stole the information about the birds from me without giving credit, which is one of the reasons I really do not like or trust him. See here: https://open.substack.com/pub/birthofanewearth/p/they-are-coming-in-for-the-kill?r=emuce&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

He shares some important info, but his ethics and morality are in question. And I am not the only one who sees it. See here: https://radiationdangers.com/2021/03/26/why-is-arthur-firstenberg-not-telling-you-that-5g-is-a-weapon-by-claire-edwards/

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Firstenberg states in his own book that he is a Freemason. He's therefore a limited hangout serving a covert agenda at best.

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Mahalo enna - I am of course saddened by this - but I will sit on my stump here in Hawai’i and commune with the insects. I will kindly ask the fire ants to calm down as well so I can actually sit on the stump. Sadly - we usually can’t even sit in our trees due to those nasty little guys.

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In my personal experience as a regenerative farmer, the true answer to nature's questions, are NEVER found on the lab. Full stop.

Re mosquitos- drink a quality, old fashioned style tonic water (G&Ts anyone?), and the quinine in the tonic is enough to dispel most mosquitoes from you. It hasnt been studied TIKO, but id hazard a guess that mosquitos use the chorum sensing abilities to send messages to each other on which blood tastes better/kills.🤔🤨 Bacteria do that, plants do that, we do that (we call it intuition). Mother nature tends to repeat functionality that works well😉

TBH, will quinine work on GMO bugs?🤷‍♀️ but nature has a tendency to ultimately remove things that don't belong as part of her original design or harms it. It may take a while, there may be collateral damage, but ultimately course correction occurs. 🤔😐😉🤗

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Dec 2, 2023Liked by enna

Sigh 😔 …

We’ve got work to do that’s for sure.

I am one of the lucky ones whom mozzies don’t like, in a group setting especially I’m rarely bitten….so I’ll get to discussing some things with them in my next meditation. Seeing as though I don’t have a hardened hatred towards them maybe we can connect a little easier 😉🙏🏻

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A lot going on in this thread, and I pause to ponder whether the mossies know they are front and centre world stage? Perhaps they get stage fright and decide to vamoose to quieter waters to weave their 'natural' magic. Eleven years in the tropics inured me to their antics - with a little help from Pak Fah Yeow ,more commonly known as White Flower Embrocation - and equally amused me, as they tended not to bother with my blood, meanwhile eating alive the wasbund who became doubly irritated and somewhat manic. Laughter in the memory. Anyway, back to concerning issue of weaponized mossies (amidst the trillion other issues more prolific than mossie squadrons, we ponder) : since the apparent overarching scheme (loathe that 'agenda' word) is the robbery of natures magic in little bugs, as well as we bigger bugs, I'd say its time to get up close and personal with those buzzing beauties and have a long chat... and an even longer listen, to them, their habitat, and their chain both up and down the ladder, though lab scientist hardly deserving of the 'up' position.

Conclusion: more friends to make, thank you enna.

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Thank you, Enna.

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When I get stung by a wasp or bee (and it's rare) I always apologize to the insect. After all, it was my physical trespass, however inadvertent, that brought on the tiny assault. I apologize doubly if it is a honey bee, because she will lose her life due to my error or inattention. I notice that the pain of the sting subsides very quickly. My house attracts lots of pottery and paper wasps. We co-exist. I like them. I enjoy watching them. And when I think of mosquitoes I try to think of all the creatures that need them to eat -- as eggs, larvae and adults. That's probably woo, for sure. But it works for me. <3

Sometimes, however, I feel such great sorrow I can barely contain it. For Earth and Water and Air and for all that depend on these great powers. My sorrow lives beside my joy.

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