let’s OCCUPY this space
and give this planet a shot of
fun, support and positive energy.
Share a slogan you’ve been wanting to tell the world.
Link to an Occupy “whatever” on your own post.
This space thrives on positive material. Soul Dipper reserves the right to decline any submission that is presented with a flair for the negative, that is deemed as derogatory or that could be surmised as slanderous.
Just before I give my shot, a neat thing happened today:
Near the finish of my morning stomp, a truck pulled into the Lumber Supply Shop. I respect the driver alot. I hired him a few years ago to look after the maintenance of the local business that I managed at the time. We hadn’t chatted since I left the business two years ago.
“What are you doing with your time?” he asked. I’ll call him Rod.
“Still writing…and…well, I’ve started something that I find hard to talk about.”
His mouth took off sideways into his signature, zany grin. I always liked this man. No matter what we talked about, his integrity came through like the fragrance of a fresh spring blossom. Today was no exception.
“That reminds me of a crazy movie…” It was familiar to both of us; it’s name long gone from memory. In it, two men ran into each other and b.s.ed shamelessly about their lives. Our shared laughter paved the way for me to nervously offer my research activities about the events going on in the world.
Dreading the glazed look that I expected, I could hardly believe what I was hearing. He was talking about the 1%. He was addressing the same issues that David Wilcock covers in his newsletter/blog. Rod’s sources were entirely different from mine, but the same specifics were related.
I asked him how he learned so much about this subject. He told me he is connected, through the internet, to a group of people with whom he shares a faith. One of them is a descendant of the Rothschild family. This descendant has shared, with this group, some of his horrific experiences in the “1% world” before finding his means of escape.
As Rod recounted the man’s story, he was expressing the same evil practices that Svali explained in her radio interview. (See Occupy Blogosphere – here.) Rod related numerous hideous facts which, again, are detailed in Wilcock’s newsletter/blog.
I told Rod about Occupy Blogosphere.
“Thank goodness,” Rod said. “People need to be aware. How do we carry this stuff around? Ya can’t just start talking about it because it sounds insane. It’s so ghoulish that people don’t want to hear about it. Over the years, some aspects of it have surfaced, but it was so bizarre no one believed it. Now we are being given the proof. Occupy Blogosphere is a good idea.”
I soaked in his positive response. I told him, “I hope this Occupy can be one where we say “we know” and send out Love.”
“Good”, said Rod, “It needs to be positive. The facts are too horrible. If we let them, they could drag us down.”
Thanks, Rod. Here’s to a shot of goodness.