We’re movin’on up!

Lately, my FB feed has been resembling a futuristic version of “Better Homes and Gardens.” People have been posting illustrations of massive, vertical-living structures, defiantly penetrating the urban skyline. These heavenly abodes have exploded the rules of architecture as narrow pools circulate around the circumference buildings giving them the look of an upgraded water park. But that’s not all. They also have hanging gardens, like suspended balustrades, teeming with green life. The buildings themselves appear to have a life of their own, blooming on the outside with a hive-like life on the inside, buzzing with human endeavor, living in symbiotic harmony. Sounds great, doesn’t it?

Well, before you pant too much and abandon your 3/2 in the burbs that’s sinking under the weight of a bloated mortgage, you’d better think it through. These structures are so outrageous and tantalizing, triggering the genetic memory of Babylon’s hanging gardens and talking towers, that we leap towards them in a holistic frenzy. Green is good. Right? I call these semi-organic living structures, “Green Porn.” Let me tell you why.

In the porn industry, one of the most unflattering gigs is “The Fluffer.” The fluffier is endowed with shall we say, the powers of oral persuasion. Their sole job is to get the men ready to perform on camera, for the more glamorous (if you can call it that) porn starlet. In lay terms, the fluffer is there to get them hard. Well, these juicy images are designed and floating out there to do the same for you. These organic, orgasmic super-structures of future-family-living are the crowning achievement of Agenda 21 and the stack’em and pack’em world that awaits you. Yes, they are the fluffer of your eco-erotic imagination.

Agenda 21 calls for migration of the human living experience into green centers, urban zones where everything okay and ICLEI. Conforming to the new commandments of the green bible, driven by defeating the new adversary; carbon emissions, this movement will explode the concept of the city itself. Let’s take St. Louis for example. It’s population is 319,000 + change. Imagine it with 1 million people. Thinks its insane? Think again. By moving the population into massive, vertical structures, cities will be able to double and even triple their population. Inside the walls of the green metropolis, every need will be accounted for. Every person will have some purpose, even if it is not of their own volition. A governmental technocratic rule of law will dominate the organizing principle. Life will be a smart metered exercise in efficiency. Nature will exist only in the terraced gardens of the concrete bio shafts of urban life.

Beyond the city walls will lie the true nature, accessible only by those that can afford the steep charges to camp, fish and hunt in the dense wilderness, repopulated and stocked with species like the grey wolf, the bison and who knows what else they’ll come up with. Wooly mastodon anyone? It all starts here with an artists rendering to capture your eye and get you salivating over the edenic possibilities. A return to a synthetic nature where Starbucks and an espresso await you just forty floors down from your rooftop garden of genetically modified fruits and veggies. But in order to create this surreal estate, the other, more antiquated idea that people could actually own land and grow things, like real food and a family must be eradicated. In the lush and verdant gardens of Agenda 21′s future, those thoughts are pernicious weeds that need to be uprooted.

Have you been noticing what’s been happening since Katrina blasted onto the consciousness of the American landscape? Over the past three years, it would not be too far of stretch to view an ongoing series of disasters as a form tribulation, perhaps even a planned tribulation.

Let’s do a quick re-cap. Last year, there was enormous flooding in the south and midwest, yes, displacing homeowners in that region. In addition to the floods, we also witnessed the advent of the super-tornado which destroyed Joplin, Missouri (more on Joplin later). This year, its been the heatwave from Hell and fires, from New Mexico, to Colorado.

In Colorado Springs, expensive homes were leveled, with absolutely nothing remaining, not even the chimneys, which usually survive the heat of the average fire. In fact, while these homes were completely incinerated, while the surrounding area remained mostly intact. This has sent the alternative research community scrambling, wondering if the Colorado Springs disaster was a planned demolition of sorts, hoping to capture some much needed insurance cash for executive homes that might be underwater and never recover their full value. But the bottom line is, is that if one looks at these so-called disasters as a whole, versus the unfortunate manifestations of chaos and random bad luck, then something else begins to emerge, something far more sinister that the average mind would recoil from even considering; The passive evacuation of private land through the implementation of disaster. Not only that, but the idea that nature is dangerous, that living on the land is courting chaos and that the only safe place is where technology and public services will be there to support and save your sorry, natural ass.

Astrologically, this manifests in the outer planets of course, with a hint of Chiron thrown in for good measure. The Uranus/Pluto square continues to be a dynamic slam dance of alternating current, sparking, colliding and igniting the wild variants in both aspects. Uranus in Aries is fire, spontaneous fire, like million dollar homes reduced to cinder in the flash of a moment. Its heat lightning descending from an arid sky upon a thirsty plain. Its an air tanker, tasked with dousing the flames, spiraling down from heaven, crashing and killing its crew members.

Pluto in Cap is the mountainous regions of the rockies, pyramids of earth rising miles into the sky, burning with the electric heat of Uranus in Aries. In New York, its a ConEd strike where management (Pluto in Cap) has locked out union members (Uranus in Aries) in a bitter labor dispute during the hottest heat wave in recent memory, setting off a precarious balance where demand for power might override the ability to serve it up.

In places like West Virginia, power has been out for days and people have been unable to live with not just air conditioning, but essential services that power things like dialysis machines. You know, if you lived in one of these new cities, with the green sheathed towers erected towards the sun, you wouldn’t have to sweat it out like an animal. In fact as part of the Agenda 21 arrangement through local governments, via bodies such as ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives) there are bills in congress that will limit federal funding for services like water and power and emergency services in new developments outside the authorized urban zones. In essence, if you want to build a sub-division, fifty miles outside of town, you’re SOL.

But if you want to do the same inside of town, well, step right up and get into the mixed-use business. Now you might say that we’ve had enough suburban sprawl and this would eliminate that kind of blight, but what if you simply wanted to build your own house on your own land? Based on the new allocation of funds, you’d better be prepared to fight your own fires and stitch your own wounds. The SMART money is in SMART communities, wired by SMART meters as part of a SMART grid, brought to you by the likes of Siemens.

Gemini is all about the local scene. Jupiter in Gemini gives rise to the expansion of the urban ideal. Gemini is opposed Sagittarius which has a powerful connection with the natural world, so what we are seeing with Jupiter in Gem is the expansion of the urban life through the proliferation of ideas and imagination, especially what I would call, “Green Porn.” Its tantalizing and seductive. There is a sense with these images that we could indeed create a paradise on Earth. In fact, they mirror the designs and intent of Jacques Fresco’s “Venus Project” which is for al intents and purposes the externalization of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, fueled by technology and workers in a cashless society, based on the exchange of resources. Sounds great on the surface, but what if you don’t like what you do or God forbid, want to leave the system? Well, without money or the means to strike out on your own, you might be deemed a recyclable resource yourself, classified to lighten the earth’s load. Get my drift?

But as we have seen time and again, even the best laid plans don’t come to fruition. Even though people are likely a lot more cyborgian than they’d like to admit at this point, deep beneath the wired and networked exterior of man beats an ancient heart, a living library that connects to all epochs, all eras, space and matter. It sends signals to our brain when we are moved the power of nature. This manifests even in the most slumbering of minds.

Mars recently shifted into Libra and after its nine-month-stay in Virgo (hello gestation), we’re on a fast and furious tilt to bring balance as quickly as we can back into our lives. On the 17th, while it is in an exact trine with Jupiter, facilitating a dynamic quickening of though and perception, it will oppose Uranus and square Pluto. The dynamic T-Square is volatile in the cardinal energy. There’s so many ways this could manifest on the global stage. Syria could escalate into a full on war. The LIBOR scandal could stir people to take to the streets of London and demand justice in a city wired for WW3 for the Olympics. Fukushima looms like an otherworldly phantasm, pulsing, glowing and growing at the edge of our consciousness.

Tomorrow on The Mashup, I will have Chip Gubera and George Noory (yes that George Noory) on the show. I’ll be discussing Chip’s heartfelt documentary, “Joplin, Missouri–A Tornado Story” about the devastation of Joplin by a super tornado that hit it on May 22nd of las year. George, who has strong ties to Missouri narrated the film, which Chip captured in the moments and days just after Joplin was hit. You’ll get some insight as to how hard this has been for people in that region. For more info on Chip’s film, you can visit the Facebook page dedicated to it.

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7 Responses to “Green Porn, Agenda 21, The Outer Planet Parade, Jupiter In Gem’s Seduction And Joplin, A Tornado Story On FAR”
  1. Hi… just a few blurbs . The high-rise, green, communal living does seem like a Pluto Libra wet dream to me, and perhaps to other Pluto Virgos who see right through this agenda. Then, throw in Pluto Scorpio to really add the ingredients to the “green porn” scenario mix. With the grace of God, or higher Cosmic consciousness, the Pluto Sagittarius generation will not take well to the idea, and, well… will have to just see what their calvary does. I can also see their spaceships attached to the very tops of these buildings.. as a parking zone, and as a part of the building, it’s a living space, complete with wrap-around windows… and ready for take off into that wide open galactic zone. I saw this once, in a vision, ya know.

  2. To be even more bizarre, I will add that about 7 years ago I would be a part-time blogger at ‘CGI’ , Common Grounds Independent (alternative, citizen, news source; sister site to RMN). Anyway, when I was there, it was affectionately named ‘Bring ‘EM On’ news… which, the posters would call Bemo. Well, i blogged my little vision of the “spaceship roof” idea on buildings one day… and to my surprise, I had the weirdest Synch when i googled Bemo. It literally brought me to some site in Australia that was an architechtural Co. !!! …and the tops of the buildings were very round and futuristic looking!!! Very, bizarre.. life is… yes?

  3. Yes it is.

  4. Catherine says:

    Great article, Robert!

    I believe that this agenda that is now being cooked up for us is evil to the core. It is like porn in the sense that it is completely contrived and unnatural; there is nothing real, living, vital, truthful, sincere, or organic about it. It is an empty show manufactured out of a supreme ego-driven will to power — which, of course, is the very opposite of love.

    Sadly, it calls to mind the biblical warning and prophecy about the antichrist who is to come — and who will bring with him a totalitarian one world government. It will be completely anti-freedom, anti-life, anti-love, anti-Christ.

    The building blocks for this time of the Great Tribulation are being put into place.

    May God have mercy on us and help us!

  5. I agree.

  6. Mayor Bloomberg of NYC is launching a contest for developers to design 300 square foot apartments for
    city dwellers. I find it very telling that ‘Hizzoner’ chooses to live in his 12,500 square foot townhouse (and
    leave Gracie Mansion unoccupied). They say these units would rent for just under $2,000 per month. Just
    slightly larger than a cell on Riker’s Island. The unbridled greed in this world is beyond breath-taking!

    Here’s a link: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/mike-pushes-smaller-apts-young-singles-article-1.1110965

    xoxo Dee

  7. He’s also raising cab fares, shutting down streets to car traffic, expanding bike lanes, etc. He’s moving to turn New York into Beijing.

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