Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Dark vs Light

(Artist credit: L Eviatham at Deviant Art)

There have been some incredible new sites and blogs that have come up over the last few months that I'd like to share with you.

The first one I'd like to mention is by an author I have mentioned here before, Leah Lemieux. She wrote the book, Rekindling the Waters The Truth about Swimming with Dolphins.  You can find her at her website/blog:  Rekindling the Waters.

Leah recently spent time in Taiji documenting and witnessing the heartbreaking slaughter of many dolphins.  She has also created a couple of videos that I'd like to encourage you to help spread around and share.

The Taiji 3: A True Story

Dolphin Secret - Dolphin Smile

If you are a member of YouTube, please subscribe to her channel.

Elora West, and her father Scott, have also been bearing witness in Taiji since the start of this year's dolphin slaughter season.  Please check out Elora's blog at:  A Teenage Activist

If you are on Facebook, she also updates regularly there.  You can find her FB link on her site.  Please seriously consider subscribing to her very important blog and also help spread the word.  Elora and her family have been working with Sea Shepherd and have done a lot to raise even more awareness about the murders of our cetacean friends in Japan.

Another outstanding site is Hope 4 Dolphins.  I highly recommend it.

As you well know, we are upon another whaling season in the Southern Ocean and Sea Shepherd is geared up and ready to go.  They've been in the media a great deal lately and regular updates are posted on their site.  Be sure to visit Sea Shepherd's site regularly to keep updated!

I've heard all sorts of theories by now as to why countries like Japan, Norway, Denmark, etal feel the continuing unnecessary need to slaughter whales and dolphins.  Culture, tradition, pride, money, greed, apathy, etc.

I submit (and this isn't a unique theory or one I can claim as my own) that our cetacean friends are spiritual beings from another world.  Some call them the sea's version of "light workers."  Some call them extraterrestrials from another dimension or alternate universe sent here to teach us about love, joy, and living in harmony with nature and each other.

Remember what the site Peace in the Water has said?  "It only takes a fraction of 1% of a population to tangibly shift the energy of a whole area ..."

And another great quote: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that.  Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that." ~ MLK Jr. ~

The dark forces on this planet are powerful ones and have been largely running the show for more years than many of us have been alive.  And I don't know if you have noticed, but there appears to be a conscious shifting within humanity recently that is continuing to build.  And the more our energies are focused on love, light, and peace, the more difficult it is for the dark to remain in control.

And our cetacean friends are all about the light.  All about the love.  And all about the harmony.  They feed energies into our planet and into our lives that we need, whether we realize it or not.  So by having them killed and justifying it due to tradition, pride, or money, the dark think they are winning.  But have you noticed the voices among humanity getting louder?  Have you noticed more people are joining the fight in defense of our whale and dolphin friends? 

This is just one stage amongst thousands around the world where there is a battle between good and evil, love and hate, and dark vs light.  

Make no mistake, our cetacean friends know they have been sacrificing themselves for a very long time to get to this point where humanity is finally waking up.  They've been there for us.  We need to be there for them.  Let's not let their deaths and slavery be in vain.

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