the drums of war are out of tune

Clouds in the sky give hope of rain. It’s dry as a bone and has been for long enough for ‘drought’ to be reality for those over the mountains and away from the coastal strip.

The sun zooms through space at some fantastic speed and while the planets do, in fact, orbit our parent star, those orbits would give a picture – if one could stand outside and just look - closer to a corkscrew motion as we move rather than the static picture we’re use to seeing when the solar system is imaged.

As space isn’t empty vacuum but is full of galactic energies it stands to reason that our planet is likewise subject to changing conditions as our star travels through different areas of space.

I don’t know how much of ‘climate change’ is due to the actions of mankind or, perhaps, how much may be dependent upon the energy received from the sun or from space itself.

I do know that our currently accepted paradigm has yet to accept that the universe is electric and that, if this be fact, then much of what is also accepted now as truth may turn out to be false. It’s not as though this hasn’t happened over and over again.

Be that as it may, mankind has been ruthlessly careless when it comes to stewardship of the planet … mainly through corporate greed rather than individual lack of action. Can’t get too despondent about the way things are at this moment – change, paradoxically, IS the only constant we have.

Meanwhile ‘regime change’, ‘spy versus spy’ and other nonsense wearies the world.

Much to the delight of my next door neighbours’ teenager, I found a batch of Mad magazines while browsing the local Op shop for Homer, Plato, Herodotus and other ancient writers. Got to keep a sense of proportion … and some sense of humour.