Auroville, India / An Open Door

The thieves

Auroville, going back to “normal” is not acceptable. “Normal” is a socioeconomic system based on theft and murder.

This is your chance to reach your goal: a city uniting all people with no government interference. As you probably know, coronavirus is a hoax, a planned event. Please watch A Corona 2012,

This was planned by the same cabal that manufactured the WTC “terrorist” attack (false flag) on September 11 of 2001. Please do your own research, don’t take my word for it. www.ae911truth.org. They want depopulation first and after, total control of the world.

This may be your last chance to claim your independence from all governments and the banks that own them and build the city of the future . . . a city where people are more important than profits. Not taking the right action now could lead you to a bleak future. Please be aware. Check An RFID chip

And please don’t fail to take action. India and the world need your example.

More information here:

https://rioguzman.com/2020/04/07/the-new-normal-martial-law-coronavirus/

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Arunachala / God in a Hill / Tiruvannamalai

India! No descriptions right now; I just got here. But a few pictures of the Ashram are attached.

Monkey

I opened the faucet for this monkey to drink, and, after he finished, he threatened me. Someone said he did that because he didn’t know me. You figure!

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Meditation Hall

Arunachala

Arunachala

Home of Ramana Maharshi 

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Tiruvannamalai’s Temple

Monkeys

Taking a nap across the dinning hall at the Ashram.

Don’t be misled. They can be aggressive. I saw one forcefully trying to steal a bag from a lady. He was stopped by the yells of a passerby. I was dumbfounded.

Tsunami of Music | World Music News Wire | From India to Indonesia

Tsunami of Music

From World Music News Wire:

“On a beach, a fisherman pours his heart into a love song for his wife, taken by the sea. A worn but beautiful woman, at first shy and retiring, sings an unexpectedly passionate welcome. A couple selling trinkets to sun-hungry tourists opens an arresting trove of traditional instruments and plays them with astounding zeal.

On the shores of great tragedy and destruction, the sounds and images of the Laya Project reveal an abundance of life-affirming music made by ordinary villagers, sounds from coastal communities affected by the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, the Maldives, India, and Myanmar (Burma). Recorded on site during impromptu sessions over the course of more than two years in dozens of overlooked areas, the interwoven songs and tunes that became the Project span national, ethnic, and religious boundaries and reflect a unifying triumph of human resilience and creativity.”

More at: http://www.worldmusicwire.com

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