Does anyone have any plans for the coming Ice Age?

Divide by Zero

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I'm going to write in the swamp about what I found the anger to be from. It's helping me feel better as a person and I noticed that my anxiety/slight depression is gone.

It's connected to many of these things and explains it better without needing to argue individual things.
 

Lathyrus

The Force is Strong With This One
I did go looking for the C's session that talked about STO/STS and graduation to 4D, but I couldn't find it - maybe my memory is playing tricks on me with this. I recall it being said that in order to graduate to 4D one either had to be at least 55% STO, or 95% STS.
Hi Jones, maybe you're thinking of Ra quotes? I found these:
17.31 ▶ Questioner: Thank you very much. I don’t wish to take up extra time by asking questions over again. Some are so important I try to ask some similar questions in different ways to expand on the answer. Seems to be [inaudible] what we’re getting at, maybe not.

In the book Oahspe it states that if an individual is more than fifty percent for others— that is, goes over the 50% service to others, and is less than fifty percent for service to self, then he is harvestable. Is this a correct statement?

Ra: I am Ra. This is correct if the harvesting is to be for the positive fourth dimensional level.

17.32 ▶ Questioner: What must be the entity’s percentage, shall we say, if he is to be harvested for the negative?

Ra: I am Ra. The entity who wishes to pursue the path of service to self must attain a grade of five, that is five percent service to others, ninety-five percent service to self. It must approach totality. The negative path is quite difficult to attain harvestability upon and requires great dedication.

17.33 ▶ Questioner: Why is the negative path so much more difficult a path to attain harvestability upon than the positive?

Ra: I am Ra. This is due to a distortion of the Law of One which indicates that the gateway to intelligent infinity be a gateway at the end of a strait and narrow path as you may call it. To attain fifty-one percent dedication to the welfare of other-selves is as difficult as attaining a grade of five percent dedication to other-selves. The, shall we say, sinkhole of indifference is between those two.
Also,
I remember even in a C session (can't find it atm) that wanderers from STO worlds have an "innate bias" toward the good, although it's not built on actual comprehension and understanding due to just being born.
hello whitecoast, I think I've also found a relevant snippet for you coming again from Ra:
16.59 ▶ Questioner: The many Wanderers coming to this planet now and in the recent past— are they subject to Orion thoughts?

Ra: I am Ra. As we have said before, Wanderers become completely the creature of third density in mind/body complex. There is just as much chance of such influence to a Wanderer entity as to a mind/body/spirit complex of this planetary sphere. The only difference occurs in the spirit complex which, if it wishes, has an armor of light, if you will, which enables it to recognize more clearly that which is not as it would appropriately be desired by the mind/body/spirit complex. This is not more than a bias and cannot be called an understanding.

Furthermore, the Wanderer is, in its own mind/body/spirit complex, less distorted towards the, shall we say, deviousness of third-density positive/negative confusions. Thus, it often does not recognize as easily as a more negative individual the negative nature of thoughts or beings.
 

goyacobol

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I'm going to write in the swamp about what I found the anger to be from. It's helping me feel better as a person and I noticed that my anxiety/slight depression is gone.
Divide by Zero,

You can write about your anger anywhere you think is best. I just can't help but root for you. I have gone though a lot of anger myself and I know it is part of my lessons and also I know you have much more than anger to share with the forum and your mission.
 

Astrocyte

The Force is Strong With This One
The Sun energy is required for the latent heat to pump all that water into ice to the north, since the output of the Sun is limited and relatively constant, this cannot occur in a short time, definitively not in our lifetime.

FYI we are already into Quaternary glaciation, aka an ice age but also into an interglacial. The current interglacial is due to end but expect around 1kyears for the cycle to terminate.





The sun is entering a solar minimum and there are several recent confirms or reports from NASA scientists confirming that they are seeing unexpected behavior in terms of how rapid the minimum is happening. I dont intend to make this thread in hopes of confirming that there is an Ice Age coming, because this is all expected from what the C's have been telling us. My issue is I don't know what I should be doing in terms of preparations..

I currently live in the northern hemisphere, in Canada, so pretty high up there, and I don't know if I should be considering moving somewhere closer to the equator, or if I should be preparing in any way. My hopes and dreams are that one day I have the means to acquire some land and make it self sustainable and able to fend off any catastrophe that happens, but at this rate I don't know if that is even feasible, the rising cost of living, especially in my city (Vancouver) makes this very hard to accomplish, I am not in the place I want to be yet.

Is anybody else planning or preparing for the cooling period, anybody else apprehensive about it? I am very curious as to what people on this forum, who know whats coming to some extent, are planning for the not so distant future, when all of these things we've been discussing for a long time finally ferment in to reality.
 

SlavaOn

Jedi Master
I was continuing my search for the best place to move South to evade the impending cooling. The next US territory, to the South from Florida, is a sunny island of Puerto Rico. I had had a chance to visit it a few years ago on a family vacation and I think that may work even better than Florida. I am communicating with a knowledgeable person, who lives on the island, and would like to share his suggestions/warnings:

In general, PR is not an easy place. It has a very complex history and the effects can be felt daily. I would recommend to read the most important history book written about the last 100 years of PR. The title is "War against all Puerto Ricans", the author Nelson Dennis.

I am regularly approached by various investors to design and develop sustainable ag projects, and I had to convince my last investor to try another island//country. I am currently starting to scout out Panama. Not that there is a place left on the planet where things are easy and straightforward anymore, but some places are still easier than others. PR has of course the huge advantage for U.S. citizens of not having to go through customs, being able to use the same currency, etc.

If you do decide to buy anything here, I would strongly recommend to get something rather small and with a good resale value in case you will ever want or need to sell the property.

Its not imperative to speak Spanish here, but the more remote you live, the less people will be able to understand/communicate with you. The percentage of English speaking people is fairly high around cities and smaller towns.

To grow food for survival is a huge challenge in the tropics. Most crops perish easily and there is no tradition of root cellars, preserving food, etc. - we all eat what's available at the moment, and that's usually confined to a few tubers, veggies and fruits. Grains are challenging in the tropics. Realistically, the limit of what you will be able to cultivate by yourself is 3 acres of less. If there is excess land, it could at best be a privacy buffer or you would have to hire workers for that area.

If you are strong/resolute in your endeavors you can make it here and even have an interesting life, but it will challenge you to the core of your being.
In an earlier communication he mentioned, that after Hurricane Maria many farmers either abandoned farming their fields that were damaged or left the island altogether. What I am hearing is that an opportunity exists, at the moment, to find a land there at "below market cost". If such market exists, these properties 1) will be available to buy and 2) at the bottom prices. He is on the spot that it will be hard to become a farmer in PR, but if your primary concern is survival of your family over the next few decades, it is worthwhile to look into PR as a sanctuary place .
 

scofficial

A Disturbance in the Force
“There’s no danger of an ice age popping in now,” says Penn State glaciologist Richard Alley. “I believe that most people studying this field think that, without any human intervention,…a new ice age should arrive 20,000 years into the future.” Likewise, it’s generally accepted that our civilization's increase of atmospheric greenhouse gases could make it tougher for that ice age to get going. However, William Ruddiman, a climatologist at the University of Virginia, is one scientist that suggests that the transition to the next glaciation should have already begun. Ruddiman's research says that early, pre-industrial societies generated enough greenhouse gases to actually stop a current-day ice age from happening altogether. But whether nature or humans avoided an ice age recently, we still have 20,000 years or more to wait before the next one.
“It’s a fascinating idea,” says Alley, “but it doesn’t mean anything for the future. If you’re concerned about staving off a new ice age, the wise thing would be to save your fossil fuels for 20,000 years from now and burn them then. But nobody has 20,000-year planning in their blood.”
 

Ant22

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
“There’s no danger of an ice age popping in now,” says Penn State glaciologist Richard Alley. “I believe that most people studying this field think that, without any human intervention,…a new ice age should arrive 20,000 years into the future.” Likewise, it’s generally accepted that our civilization's increase of atmospheric greenhouse gases could make it tougher for that ice age to get going. However, William Ruddiman, a climatologist at the University of Virginia, is one scientist that suggests that the transition to the next glaciation should have already begun. Ruddiman's research says that early, pre-industrial societies generated enough greenhouse gases to actually stop a current-day ice age from happening altogether. But whether nature or humans avoided an ice age recently, we still have 20,000 years or more to wait before the next one.
“It’s a fascinating idea,” says Alley, “but it doesn’t mean anything for the future. If you’re concerned about staving off a new ice age, the wise thing would be to save your fossil fuels for 20,000 years from now and burn them then. But nobody has 20,000-year planning in their blood.”

Referring to the bolded part, the transition to the next glaciation has already begun 🥶 ☃

We have an interesting thread about it here:


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