Sunday, June 5, 2016

Letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture-- Forest Service-- Concerning Sudden Oak Death Disorder

I live in Curry County, Oregon, which is facing the Sudden Oak Death crisis. I would like to offer the Forest Service some information that may help you to resolve this crisis, within the United States and the European nations where it also is causing problems.

I noticed a similarity between SOD, Bee Colony Collapse Disorder and Panama Disease. They are all caused by a fungus, which generally like dark, wet and warm places, and they are expanding with no apparent solution. Each has the capacity to cause major effects on mankind.

I understand that the experts are working on a solution for all of these, but if the plan to eradicate these agricultural crisis does not address the root cause of the crisis, it will make things worse. Burning down the trees or spraying them with various solutions may not stop the spread of SOD. Sometimes it takes someone from outside the crisis to offer the solution.

There has been scientific proof that animals and plants are affected by human's emotions. Anger and fear are very low frequency energies, and emotions. There is no reason to believe that fungi function any differently. The environment appears to be reacting to what is occurring in mankind. We live in a continuum of frequency, and those nations at peace are most likely to have nature in a sense of balance.

My organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government, and making great progress, but the idea is so innovative and remarkable that there has been a hostile takeover of my organization in the form of a character defamation campaign for the last nine years. Many people in California have also been dragged into the conflict. Character defamation is an individual form of genocide, and it is very oppressive. It is based on weaving an illusion, and ripples of effects go out from it drawing in more and more people, like the spread of the fungi.

The international government will be based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature. It will have eleven departments, including an international department of Agriculture--and also the Dept of the Oceans, the Dept of the Interior and Dept of Natural Resources. With shared research, solutions will be found, and nature will once again find a sense of balance.