Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Notes from Mona Radler's Adventures of a Feral Hippie with guest Ed Roman - Earth Conscious Singer/Songwriter

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Ed's Jamaica music video

Concepts Discussed:

The importance of being in nature for sanity.

Visiting Native American tribes and feeling at home with people making crafts, cooking and asking about you as a visitor.

People not being allowed to live in a city without buying electricity versus living off grid.

The effect of change upon a culture by immigration and its affects on law and language is mentioned in regard to the fact there are more people of Asian decent in Canada than French; yet, French is the 2nd language taught in schools.

Law and Social norms don't keep up with the rate of change of business, technology.

Apathy comes from media promoting fear which comes from us not being directly connected to ourselves, nature, each other.

We don't know our place in history, culture or anything so we withdraw in confusion.

We have to see what is illusion and what is fact and don't carry illusion.

It doesn't make any sense for the medical/legal community to attack cannabis for being a natural plant instead of manufactured and controlled when its curing people of disease.

Overbearing regulations - wood burning stoves are being outlawed for example.

We the public are increasingly being attacked for identifying as spirits in bodies; yet, the false flags of 9/11 and the pledge of allegiance utilize ritual magic and human sacrifice so isn't that hypocritical since Freemasonry is part of architecture everywhere with a sense of running the world via this hidden knowledge of spirit? (Chad's commentary intertwined here)

Teddy Roosevelt going hiking and planning the National Park system is discussed.

Victory Gardens and canning food used to be what most people did as opposed to now its some cool sheik thing.

The role of a guiding light that megacorporations have over us like the grocery store that markets behaviors of eating healthy to people to keep them from going to the farmer's market directly is discussed.  We're addicted to being told what to do.

Chemtrails and being able to detect the chemicals in a glass of water after an overhead spraying event.  Detecting leaves on plants protecting themselves when it doesn't seem because of too much sun.  A story of a woman in Hawaii who had an outdoor greenhouse along with unprotected crops and saw a 30% size and yield increase in the protected crops.

Brainstorming of what its going to take to cause a real change in humanity where we admit our systems don't represent us but are for the banksters occurs.

Why vote when many former Presidents have said they didn't have the power to stop corporations and gangsters from running things and other leaders were killed?

The end goal is that we will have to pay to live and breathe because the corporate model of maritime admiralty law seeks to demand we pay a fee to pirates as if they make the world go round or not.

Mona mentions how she wants to stop singing the songs of sadness that she grew up with 
(Chad's commentary intertwined here>)
and realize that music isnt entertainment - its social tuning.

In a 70's concert video when you see the audience - none of them have corporate logos on their clothes.  They were unique.

What are you doing and how you relate to people is what Ed cares about and not what car they have or how much money they have?

He said he has had people ask him if he makes over $100,000 a year right off the bat revealing the scarcity and dominance of money as the major driving factor for many people..

Ed mentions being asked to become a child's Godparent when he was visiting in Jamaica; so, he wondered what song would be right to play in a hot 108 degree F  church on an acoustic guitar.

He chose Bob Marley's Small Axe.  The mother of the child yells to have him stop because he's not playing a spiritual song in church.

The premise of the song is to play smart and not clever.

Because the woman couldn't think to analyze the value of the song and only said "this is not what usually happens" she was afraid.

He will remember this as his hardest moment to overcome at a live performance.

Mona mentions that she sold herbs at a farmer's market and this woman talked to her every Saturday and things went well.  One day she said something and Mona commented, "That's a Sagitarius for you."  The woman said, "On no!  You're into that devil stuff!"

I stopped taking notes at 1:06 into the podcast.

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