Worcestershire, England, where I live, and the surrounding counties are fast disappearing under the biblical flooding which is affecting much of the UK. Maybe an exaggeration, but it seems to rain every day and unless you stay on the motorways (not flooded yet) or on routes which the Department of the Environment have declared still open you run the risk of writing your car off. And I should know, I did so in 2013.
I suspect the whole county is suffering from S.A.D.(Seasonal Affective Disorder); the perpetual greyness, dampness, restrictions, floods, rain, evacuations…
And that’s just for starters. And the climate change cult is in full swing. What’s up next? Coronavirus. Don’t you just love it?
Let’s ban cash, because it can be transmitted through the handling of notes. Don’t go out, you will catch it. Don’t travel, don’t fly, stay at home and die.
I’m sure someone somewhere in this country is about to announce that Coronavirus is waterborne. So if you’ve lost everything, your home, and possibly your livelihood it’s now time for floodplain dwellers to crap yourself. Except more so. Isn’t there another storm, Storm Boris or Storm Theresa, on its way? Aren’t we due the big freeze?
The common flu causes up to 5 million cases of severe illness worldwide and kills up to 650,000 people every year, according to the World Health Organization.
“The common flu virus will infect millions across the globe. It can be easily spread and will especially strike the young and the elderly. But this is not what has been described as the Wuhan virus. The common flu is far deadlier. This is not to downplay the Wuhan coronavirus flu, or to give it its medical name, 2019-nCoV. Keeping track of Wuhan virus figures is difficult, not least because of the two-week incubation period. The coronavirus outbreak, which is concentrated in Wuhan, a major transport hub in central eastern China, has so far killed 56 and infected almost 2,000.”
Global Research, February 22nd, 2020.
So, the common flu virus can be easily spread and is far deadlier than Coronavirus. Would you care to read that sentence again?
If you wish to dig deeper you will discover more facts about this ludicrous nonsense.
In 2015 around 57 million people died. The world population therefore increased by 84 million in that year (that is an increase of 1.14%).
Our World in Data, September 11th 2019.
Good God, people are born and people die. Who knew? People become ill, most recover, some don’t. If those deaths could be prevented, then let us mobilise our resources to prevent them. Should we grieve, can we, for the 57 million? Aren’t you heartily sick of all this? I wonder who benefits? Any ideas?
How about a solution which doesn’t involve suicidal thoughts, queueing up for the forthcoming jab, raiding your local supermarket for supplies and giving your own immune system a good kicking. That’s right, get depressed, panic, feel like s*** and line yourself up for a whole range of illnesses.
Are you ready?
“Whatever you think and hold in consciousness as being so, out manifests itself in your body or affairs… The thoughts themselves have mental forms, but when you think with feeling of any kind you fill these forms with life and they become as living things which ever return to you, to be fed with more living power. For all feeling expressed is life, is vital power, and if you only knew it, all the thoughts which persistently influence your mind and harass you, are only your mental children clamouring for food and attention, and compelling more worrying, anxiety or fear from you…”
The Way Out, by Joseph Benner.
Read There Is a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem by Wayne Dyer, Ask And It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks, anything on The Law Of Attraction and a host of other materials you can read or watch on YouTube.
Or wait for a couple of months-but hurry by then you might be dead and at least three people are watching this blog post-for my forthcoming book Love Heals.
I have no wish to make light of any kind of suffering. There is too much suffering in the world and millions of us wish to and will do something about it. And I can fully understand those who may have booked holidays or wish to travel in the next few weeks (I’m one of them) becoming upset or disturbed if they cannot do so.
Here is the solution recommended by significant spiritual teachers. Whenever the mood takes you, become calm, “go inside”, and feel what it is like, now, to have a world free of Coronavirus. Feel what it is like for normality to return. Imagine, but most importantly, feel, your wish fulfilled. Do this before you go to sleep. Every night until it happens.
We can do this, we are powerful beyond measure, but the mainstream will tell you the opposite. You could say this is a form of prayer: prayer works. Do your research. I don’t care what you call it, and you don’t need to go to church or go through Jesus as an intermediary. Feel your wish fulfilled.
Or we can all go back to sleep, one eye open for the actual or metaphorical rising floodwater. Far too many of us are slithering around on psychological floodplains, feeling helpless and hopeless, reacting to everything and looking towards “them” to provide a solution.
“About 5.4 m properties in England are at risk of flooding from rivers, the sea and surface water. Annual flood damage costs the country an estimated £1.1 bn. The government earmarked £4.4 bn for flood defence, with £2.6 bn to be spent between 2015 and 2021 on 1,500 projects to protect 300,000 homes. Ministers say 195,000 homes have already been protected through 500 new schemes completed since 2015.”
The Guardian, November 2019.
It’s not enough of course, and it’s never enough, but something has been and is being done.
Stretch your mind; give it a go, what have you to lose? You feel powerless now don’t you? What can you do about it by worrying? Nothing. Do this! And as you are the kind of person who doesn’t need rewards, recognition or praise, when the floods stop and the Coronavirus fades limply into history, you can lock yourself into a room on your own and feel very smug. And then you can come out and have another go when the next apocalypse is threatened.
Whatever you do, do something, don’t just sit back!
Jack Stewart, optimistic as ever, March 4, 2020. I love you all.