Author : A Phoenix journal
Title : 149
Year : 1995
Link download : A_Phoenix_journal_-_149.zip
FOREWORD. REC #1 HATONN. WED., SEP. 6, 1995 7:06 A.M. YEAR 9, DAY 021. WED., SEP. 6, 1995. ALCHEMY AND TRANSMUTATION. WHAT YOU PUT IN IS NOT WHAT YOU GET OUT. As we sit to write we note we are asked for an Introduction or a Forward for a journal. I believe the most important thing that I can offer is the Epilogue of Biological Transmutations by Louis C. Kervran of France (long deceased). I want you to WANT to study this journal volume CAREFULLY—it is more of the very secret of LIFE. In addition I want to get you some other information which hasn’t found an appropriate placement in our somewhat orderly information flow. It is information on Survival Wild Foods. Without going into great agricultural passages we can give you some information as to how to obtain some information on this subject of survival without leaving our subject. I offer first a letter from Michael Morearty, who frequently shares with us in-depth instructions and howto for things such as making Tempe from Soybeans and other nutritional must-knows if you plan on good health through a period of tough times. Remember: Tough times don’t last—but tough people DO. NOTATION: Yesterday France tested a nuclear bomb in the Pacific—”to keep current their military arsenal”. Do you still believe the world is not on the brink of nuclear war? Well, you ARE so get the heads out of the sand-pit. It is no longer “if”—it is only “when”. This letter is addressed to Rick Martin because Rick has written on gardening and this comes in response. However, Phyllis of the News Desk has brought in full salads from “weeds” so we know that these things can be both tasty and extremely nutritious. Michael lives in Glendale, Arizona but I won’t offer address information unless I hear FROM HIM that he welcomes any and all callers or correspondents. ...
A Phoenix journal - 149
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