• A need to create harmony and balance in our world, Jane Kennard

A need to create harmony and balance with our earth

A need to create harmony and balance in our world, Jane Kennard

The earth has been talking to you for a long time

I’ve seen videos of strange sounds that seem to come from the earth in places around the world. What are they?

Man-made. There is much that has been occurring, digging into the earth that causes a distortion. But they are man-made in origin. Your mother earth may moan and groan and grump about it but they are man-made in origin. The grinding of rocks together, the movement of water, the emulsions of hot volcanic sources do not have distortion sounds. What you speak about, these are man-made.

Are they transmitted through the earth from one place to another far away?

Yes.

So it would be scrapers and heavy equipment?

Yes, and taking out fluids and replacing fluids in other places. It causes imbalance.

So is the earth talking to us?

It has been for a long time.

Are we hearing?

You are; not all are. I know, you do love your earth, but there are those very new beings who see it only as material, or fodder for their own want or gain. And so they choose to dig, distort, to scar its face, not thinking of how to heal it. Planting one tree does not heal an acre of land, nor replacing air with water that has been made toxic does not soothe it.

Do not be sad. Your mother earth has a great ability to heal itself–if given time, if given harmony and love. You see, your overturn of souls isn’t just about souls that walk the earth. This planet, this creation that helps you to learn, that teaches you, also has learning at hand. Everything has a purpose; every creature, every stone. Harmonize with it, balance with it, and each will support the learning that it as hand.

When things are out of balance chaos can erupt. The element of chance is at hand when many energies diametrically opposed to each other clash. These make sounds too. Vibrations make sounds. Thoughts can make sounds.

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Joanna June 16, 2015 at 1:46 pm - Reply

    I’m thinking when the guide talks about water being taken out of the earth and replaced by toxic water that this is referring to fracking. We must listen to our mother earth and stop this practice.

  2. Donald June 16, 2015 at 9:36 pm - Reply

    Yes, and fracking creates so much more harm than mere sounds and the contamination of precious drinking water. The recent 4.4-magnitude earthquake near Fox Creek in Alberta is connected to fracking (Alberta Energy Regulator). There are 4,000 wells around Fox Creek, and since December 2013 there have been 200 earthquakes in the Fox Creek area alone.

  3. Roslin Bell June 18, 2015 at 4:42 am - Reply

    Another concern is the weather modification that is happening through the geo-engineering that is happening in our skies. Every day the planes come over and leave their toxic trails in the sky. It is thought that this is necessary to protect us from global warming but I feel that it is interfering with our natural weather system. There is drought in places where there was never drought before. There are hail storms that let loose hail of a size never seen before. There are typhoons that are getting stronger and winters more severe and long that have ever been experienced before. Also there is a concern about the toxins used in the geo-engineering trails, such as Aluminum, Barium and Strotnium. The incidence of Cancer, Alzheimers and Dementia is increasing every year. Can you please share any knowledge you may have of who is doing this to our planet and the people that live on it and what we can do about it.

  4. JEP June 28, 2015 at 8:30 pm - Reply

    Recently Pope Francis broke with tradition and came out with a 200 page encyclical calling for all the peoples of our earth to start now to work together to combat climate change and poverty in the world. He spoke of the culture of greed that is ruining our planet and criticized global leaders for ignoring this. Just this week a movie star spoke to the United Nations with the same message, begging leaders to find the courage to act swiftly and decisively to stop expanding the extraction of fossil fuels. Do you have any comments about this? As individuals we are limited in what we can do, but how can we put pressure on leaders to take action to curb the oil companies and stop this madness.

  5. Neil Douglas June 29, 2015 at 4:40 am - Reply

    The answer to how we can put pressure on leaders to take action may lie in the recent court ruling in the Netherlands, where 886 Dutch citizens successfully sued their government for failure to take act on climate change. Quite a precedent that, and an example that could be followed worldwide.

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