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Sweden: Let Professor Johansson continue crucial work!

Originally posted on Stop Smart Meters Australia:

Ceccatelli, Ingvardsson and Garmager at Karolinska Institute, Sweden: Let Professor Johansson continue crucial work!

Why this is important

The Karolinska Institute for the second time wants to reduce the space allocated to the brilliant Olle Johansson, Associate professor, The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, in order to down-size his work.

Professor Olle Johansson’s scientific work is impeccable. He possesses huge capacity, competence and brilliance as a world-renowned scientist and researcher into electromagnetic radiation (EMF/EMR) and its adverse health effects. He is helping millions of people world-wide. ( See as an example of his work, the recent scientific paper at and this presentation

And yet, Karolinska, the cradle of the Nobel Prize, wants to reduce his work space. Karolinska’s decision can therefore only be an acting on behalf of the obvious interests of the telecom industry to shut up one of the most truth-seeking and incorruptible EMF/EMR researchers and critical voices in the world. Because Olle Johansson’s research documents without any doubt…

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Pioneer Spirit: A Message from Leafa.



Originally posted on Horses |AnnaBlakeBlog | Equestrian:

Leafa PercyLeafa Numbers was my paternal grandmother. We had a chat this week. She was born in 1888 in a sod shanty in Kansas.

A graduate student doing research about the pioneers who settled North Dakota interviewed some nursing home residents in 1976. I got a tape of my grandmother’s interview back then and my cassette player promptly ate it. Technology returned her to me this week, in the form of a cd. I would have recognized her voice anywhere.

My great-grandfather Elias Numbers was just a bit too young to fight in the Civil War, like his older brother did. After he married and started a family, they moved from Kansas to Iowa in a covered wagon, then on to Illinois where he lost his wife and two of his daughters to Typhoid Fever. Then on to Missouri. Leafa hired out to work for other families and never finished school.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAConcentrate, play your game, and don’t be afraid to win.
Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888, American author)

Forces of Evil

Originally posted on Bealtaine Cottage: 002

There is so much happening in the world at present that many of you are struggling to keep abreast of all the doom and gloom, with the war machine ramping up into full steam ahead and governments failing to really listen to the will of the people. 001

Of course it is as much about money, power and control, as all the previous slaughter on this struggling little planet. Make no mistake, there are forces of evil at work…and they are ALL man made…there is NOTHING supernatural about them! 003

The bigger picture is, as it always was, about life on this small, perfectly designed  and formed Sacred Earth. 006

This is what is important…the sacredness of Mother Earth.

How much longer can the Great Mother tolerate the slash and burn tactics used by the criminal elite? 007

When governments and government funded (through tax breaks) corporations, are not slashing and burning the Earth…

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Sofia – People Power Victoria Candidate

Originally posted on Stop Smart Meters Australia:

Sofia Telemzouguer, the Cheltenham woman whose power was disconnected over a smart meter dispute, is running as a candidate for Bentleigh in the upcoming Victorian state election for People Power Victoria – No Smart Meters. Her number one goal, as a candidate, is to repeal the so-called mandatory installation of smart meters in Victoria.

Sofia has experienced first hand the devastating effects of smart meters. Her health was seriously compromised by a smart meter installation on her home. Then, when her power company refused to remove the smart meter, Sofia was forced to take matters into her own hands. As a result, United Energy disconnected Sofia’s electricity, leaving her without power for 6 months until VCAT recently ordered a temporary reconnection.

Moorabbin Kingston Leader - 1 Oct 2014 - Page #7

Source:Moorabbin Kingston Leader newspaper

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Give me orange!

One of my favourite colours!  I need to be careful with my use of red, but orange and I are best of friends!


Market day

I was glad to recently pay a visit to the Kalangadoo Faarmer’s Market, for their Spring Fair day.  The weather was a perfect Spring day, and visitors abounded.

Of particular interest to me was the Dodge farm vehicle.  I’d seen this particular vehicle once before, and admired the attention to detail on its restoration by the owner.  There was further work done to it, including the new roof – lined with jute.  The Australian Red Kelpie ‘minding’ the vehicle, was most friendly ( and got lots of treats from passersby!)

It’s always a friendly place to visit – I just wish it wasn’t so far from where I live at the moment!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe art work is by resident artist, Rob McDonald, who also sculpts, and is a singer/songwriter – now there’s some local talent for you!