“Black Death” Marburg Virus; Growing Season Shrinking; Adaptogens (e20) ~ IAF


 

 

 

Outbreak of new “Marburg” virus–for which there is no cure–and thoughts from a physician. Stories from the frontier. More on herbal tonics; hypothyroidism.

Crop losses continue, exponentially increasing extreme weather events, and volcanic/seismic activity: many indications that the effects of the Grand Solar Minimum continue to accelerate. Follow up thoughts from farmer in Indiana, Richard. And more.

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ALERT: Pneumonic Plague Only Getting Started ~ IAF


 

Note: No fear, this post is about awareness and preparation. IF (big if) these outbreaks spread to other regions or to your country, stock up on Thieves Oil and Pine Cone extract made by ImmuneExtra.com. Thieves Oil on a scarf wrapped around the face was used during the Black Plague to prevent transmission. Pine Cone extract literally rebuilds the immune system and is very effective in curing and preventing disease.

I’ve mentioned this in news sections, but wanted to explicitly draw attention here to the continuing outbreak of pneumonic plague, the more deadly variant of bubonic plague. Given that the plague was rampant during the last extended solar minimum, this (and other health situations) are absolutely worth keeping an eye on. Remember: colloidal silver is effective here — video coming soon on how to prepare this at home. http://wiki.iceagefarmer.com #gsmSick

Lettuce in January? “Varieties for the Grand Solar Minimum” ~ IAF


 

 

 

I am frequently asked, “What are the best crops/varieties to grow for the Grand Solar Minimum?” The more I learn about the depth of heirloom varieties, and the different properties for which they have been selected, the more I see them as a highly varied toolbelt from which we can creatively select to fill needs. Early starters get fast results, calories from the ground fast come spring. Long-keepers are great for storing. The winter varieties are remarkably hardy.

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