Elven World Message: Oil Spill, Effective Micro-organisms
May you feel the Elven song within, hear the voice speaking from your heart. We are Tuatha de Danann, the children of Earth and stars together, faeries of a new dimension.
–T.E. Pelton, Elven World mythologies
Blessings. May you feel the Elven Spirit within you, the magical infinite space of divinity from which all that appears to be, takes form.–T.E. Pelton, Elven World Mythologies
Here is the message sent to me from James, from EM Earth who provides effective biological organisms (enzymes) for use in cleaning waterways, pools, etc (mentioned in last post).
Please understand that he nor I are attempting to sound off as experts, I am simply tracing for anyone who may be interested, my small experience trying to understand for myself, what can be done to help, where to put my efforts. Thank you.
“Yes, the ‘rhodosuedomonas’ microbes contained in Effective Microorganisms do consume the
hydrocarbons in oil crude, which transforms the sludge into a benign fish food for natural remediation. Unfortunately, the very toxic dispersants being injected into the crude, Correctex, is preventing the naturally-occuring microbes in the sea from doing their handiwork of bio-remediation. This is just another example of “suppressive technologies” making a bad situation worse…I am reminded of Chief Seattle’s statement that “The Earth was not created to serve man. Man was created to serve the Earth”. We are intended to be the “caretakers” of this beautiful planet, rather than the “exploiters” of these delicate balances put in place by the Creator.
“When we learn to partner with the natural ecosystems, we are learning to partner with the wisdom of the Creator. A simple paradigm shift of “coprosperity” is needed in our relations with this paradise planet called “Earth”. Peace on Earth and Goodwill to All, James”
I am searching to discover more information on this., at least I can be informed, hopefully this is helpful in some way.
You are the legend. You are divine.
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