by Dee Finney


3-14-02 - Thank you for coming, we are glad to have opened up this line of communication with you.

I see the questions are slow to come in, but that will change with greater readership as time goes along. People are not yet aware of the horrendous changes coming. Some are, but most are not. Some just don't want to accept it and are in denial.

Let us continue with the instructions of preparations. I see you researched the silver situation and that you found it was better to buy old silver dollars at the bank, rather than new silver bullion, which is at the current silver pricing. That makes a lot of sense.  90% silver at $1.00 is much better than $7.55 for .999% silver.  Just make certain that they realize that new coins are silver-clad and not 90% silver like the old coins.  (Pre-1965) Do not be confused and just collect 'all' silver dollars - the silver-clad ones will be near worthless in the future.

But now onto the food issue. We already went over the matter meat and told you that cows are not for milk - not even for children - beef cattle would be better.  Also goats for milk, if desired.

One thing I did not mention with regard to animals is that their hides and hair are extremely valuable and can be harvested as well. Sheep and goat hair can be spun into yarn and knitted or woven in fine clothing and the leather, of course can be made into many usable items as they are today.

Not all people will be able to do leather tanning and I get a big grin on my face when I picture 'white' people chewing on leather as the wonderful native women used to do. In a community situation, I would recommend that someone be skilled in leather-making - the old-fashioned way. This goes without saying that when things get really bad, one should know how to do everything the old-fashioned way - if not the primitive way. Picture things like they were in early America when the Pilgrims first came over to America. Picture how the Algonquians lived and the other tribes of the southeast where they lived in wooden cabins. 

Also, the natives of the northwest, where there were abundant trees had wooden cabins, but oh my - the lice. They must be controlled. It would be very unpleasant with an extreme amount of bugs around, and believe me when I say it, - not pleasant at all.

Readers can ask Dee how she likes living with the spiders in her home. It can get quite overwhelming at times, I know.

Other animals which can be raised are Alpacas and Llamas. They are becoming more and more popular these days, and their hair also makes wonderful coats and heavy shawls for cold weather. One only needs to look at the Peruvians to see examples of their handiwork, though I don't recommend chewing those cocoa leaves in the United States. That would certainly be frowned upon, though they do create good energy to combat altitude sickness for those who use them in Peru.

So, back to food usage. It would be wise to grow foods that are common in your own area of the country - thus one would not expect to try to grow oranges in Maine, or even Peaches in Montana, unless one has the money to have a marvelous greenhouse to grow them indoors.

Once the weather changes are settled down, then one will be able to grow more foods like this, but that won't be right away.

So, grow a wide variety of foods that are common in your own section of the country. Trucking will be minimal if available at all, so don't expect bananas to be shipped to you in mid-winter.

Get an ample supply of foods in advance (in cans, etc) and then grow the rest fresh yourself - in season - which brings up another topic.

Seeds - It is widely known now that many seeds are being genetically altered on large corporate farms and then sold at premium prices on the market. But they produce food that doesn't generally produce seed that can be saved for further crops.

So, buy unaltered seed, grow your own garden this year and save the seeds for next year. Of course, like peas, beans, and corn, in which you actually eat the seeds too, be sure to grow enough crop so that you can eat 1/2 the crop and save 1/2 the crop for seed - which then brings us back full circle to the wisdom of growing your own meat animals - MANURE.

Manure - Save the manure from your animals in neat piles to compost back into the garden along with all the plant refuse, which you are also composting. This cycle of death-rebirth in the plant world is marvelous. Make good use of it.

That will be all for today.

Dee will provide reading material and Internet links for more reading and planning on these topics.

Dee is sitting here bewildered by all the work I am giving her, which she hadn't planned on - but she is up to it and I see her smiling now.

I bid you adieu.


Spirit Message 1 - earthquakes, volcanoes, Niburu

Spirit Message 2 weather, water, bacteria, parasites, Colloid Silver, gasoline, wind up/solar radio

Spirit Message 3  - study animal husbandry, beekeeping, cattle raising, green gardens full of all sorts of vegetables, cows, milk, traveling to Mars and the Moon

Spirit Message From Sananda -  3-13-2002- A Message from Sananda about Partial Birth Abortion and its dire consequences

Spirit Message 5 -  Growing your own animals, spinning, weaving, gardening in various areas, safe seeds, level of civilization expected, manure