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The Cosmic Origins and Spiritual Significance of Water   Leave a comment

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Healthy Living Series: Water-Part One

by Stan Sauerwein

Pure Leadership News is delivering a healthy living series on the subject of water. 

Is there enough fresh water for all 7 billion of us?

Perhaps take a moment and answer this question to yourself before reading on.

All life on Earth is dependent on this miraculous Sacred Element. Individually, the amount of water we require every day depends upon a variety of factors like current weight, how much we exercise, the temperature where we live and even our gender. A man in Canada, weighing 90kg who spends most of his workday at a desk and doesn’t regularly exercise, can still require nearly three liters of fresh water daily. His petite female co-worker weighing 40kg on the other hand, may need as little as one liter. Having an idea of how much water we need every day makes the quality and the quantity of available water an obviously important topic to each and every one of us. Yet, for the most part, and despite that importance, people are often completely ignorant when it comes to answering the question we’ve posed.

We’re often being encouraged to move into fear when it comes to water. Every day we face a barrage of dire predictions about shortage from our media. Our governments and our scientific institutions, want us to believe that there is an inevitability of looming disaster when it comes to water. They say the water on Earth is being turned into a noxious soup of toxins everywhere and that sources of pure, clean water are drying up. We’re being told the Earth’s quotient of fresh water is declining, even disappearing.

Could that be true? Read the rest of this entry »

Pure Leadership 2011 Christmas Message-Part Two   2 comments

Shifting Away from our Traditional Energy Sources- Jas Malcolm

Much of the main stream has been trumpeting nuclear fission as a non-polluting source of energy. The Pure Leadership readers know that fission is pollution by definition. Therefore, the Fukushima nuclear disaster we saw this year was necessary, though unfortunate, to shift Japan away from nuclear fission as a source of power generation. Nuclear fission will now begin to fade away as humanity has seen the risks associated with it. I visited with a nuclear expert who said that the planning of those Japanese nuclear facilities was very thorough and the event that occurred was so unlikely as to almost be implausible, however, it DID happen. It was necessary for humanity to shift collective consciousness away from nuclear fission. Remember, the BP disaster in the Gulf last year?  Well, that event shifted humanity’s consciousness to reject oil as a fuel. So let’s talk about oil.

I live in Calgary. Calgary is an oil town, so what do these coming advancements mean for our local economy? I suggest that they’ll have a very large impact. The long term trend in power generation has been to move up the hydrogen chain. As you move away from coal to oil less carbon is produced. As you move from oil to natural gas even less carbon is produced. Within the context of hydrocarbons this is a prudent direction to move.  The price of oil has been affected by its shortage and the perception of peak oil. Peak oil is a term coined to mean that we are nearing the maximum rate with which oil can be extracted from the earth. However, it will soon be shown that oil is generated by the Earth herself (abiogenic petroleum origin).  It is one of Earth’s five natural lubricants. The historical wisdom has been that oil is a by-product of plant mass transformed by millions of years of heat and pressure. The scientist Thomas Gold began presenting a different theory for the origins of oil back in the 1970’s. The Russians, and I suspect others, began exploring for oil in bedrock a long time ago. In fact, there was a well drilled in Alberta based upon this premise some years ago.  What was very controversial when Gold first suggested it will become more widely known shortly. The Earth produces oil.  This shift in the understanding of how oil is formed is going to change oil exploration dramatically. For us Calgarians we’ll want to have some plans to adapt to the resultant shift in our local economy. For the rest of the world this awareness will be wonderful news. After all, the largest market in the world is the oil market. This means a huge amount of the gross domestic product [what people generate] is expended on a substance which will fall dramatically in price. Read the rest of this entry »