he garden is a cultivated patch of soil. Flowers are common. Growing your own food used to be common. The abundance of stores reduced the importance of the food garden. The transportation industry and the invention of refrigeration (patented by a man of color, war veteran Fred Jones) reduced spoilage and enabled produce to be distributed to a growing number of consumers diminished the food garden more.
As a whole, Americans did not need them. Points-of-sales, stores-neighborhood and supermarkets, replaced the need to grow your own. People filled that time for "more important" activities.
Obama's elections (HAHAHA!) increased interest in disaster preparedness, the possibility and the probability of the Fit Hitting the Shan when basic resources become scarce. Videos of people scavenging through supermarkets as the shelves become bare,gangs of people hoarding as much as they can because food distribution would become impossible sold many people on ensuring they would be able to survive.
Since the Obama presidency, disaster preparedness businesses found new reasons for marketing their informaiton and methods: natural disasters. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in 2017 were ore intense than past tropical storms; the earthquakes in Puerto Rico reuslting from oil drilling, not covered by national press, and others have prevented food distribution to
accommodate the hundreds of thousands consumers who are not used to fasting, who are in need and dependent.
Mozambique, post-disaster cyclone Idai, 2019
Bahamas,post-hurricane Dorian, 2019
Fukushima, Japan disaster, 2011
Survival Update Team Food, Skills You Need, Survival Tech, Uncategorized 13 January 2019, 11:15 AM 629
With ongoing threats like economic instability, terrorism, nuclear war, and climate change, the need to be prepared has never been more urgent.
One of the biggest concerns when it comes to preparedness is having enough food and water to keep you and your family alive long-term. Unless you live in the country, there are two big problems inhibiting this necessity:
• Space limitations
• Government regulations
In addition, you don’t your neighbors to know about your prepping habits. When SHTF, it will be every man for himself. Starving men are desperate men; they will not hesitate to break into your supplies.
The solution to these problems is learning how to grow food in sustainable, unconventional ways. Here are a few ideas:
British Virgin Islands, post-hurricane Irma, 2017
1. Grow Food Inside
Even if you don’t have much space, you can grow food indoors. It might not be enough to sustain your family, but anything you grow will be a fresh addition to your stockpiled foods.
Popular ways to grow food indoors include window boxes, planters, and hanging baskets. You can use these methods to grow herbs, oranges, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, etc.
Other, less common methods include:
• Hydroponics: requires no dirt
• Aquaponics: growing edible fish and plants in water
Growing foods indoors is the best way to keep interfering governments and nosy neighbors out of your business. Plus, you can keep your garden going year-round.
2. Grow “decorative” foods
Some plants that appear “ornamental” are actually edible. These sorts of plants satisfy two needs:
• They satisfy HOA/urban requirements for an attractive yard
• They produce food in a way that others won’t see
There are lots of edible ornamentals to choose from. These plants can be grown in the following ways:
• Raised beds
• Ground cover
• Vertical beds
Examples include peppers, strawberries, cabbage, berries, herbs, tomatoes, and fruit trees.
Rothenberg Rooftop Garden
3. Cultivate a rooftop garden
The roof is the last place anyone is likely to look for stored or hidden food. The only requirement for this method is that you have a flat roof – this can be an apartment building, barn, or any other roof. If you’re in the process of constructing a new building on your property, consider building it in a way that allows for a flat roof or provides out-of-sight growing space.
If your roof is sturdy enough to support dirt, you can cultivate an entire garden up there.
4. Set up an underground/basement garden
Sure, we’ve heard about drug dealers growing plants in their basements – but what about food? As long as you have grow lights, any shed, cellar, or basements is a great places for growing secret foods.
Aquaponics DIY kit by reefbuilders.com
5. Construct an aquatic garden
Nearly any pond, even a decorative koi pond or small indoor pond, can be used as a hydroponic or aquaponics garden.
There are loads of critters (incl. fish, snails, and shrimp) and aquatic plants that can be grown in small spaces. You can even grow traditional plants using floating planters.
The best part is that nobody will ever guess that your beautiful pond is a secret food source! If you do your homework, you’ll discover that several aquatic plants are full of vitamins and minerals.
Use hydroponics for hedge gardens
6. Erect a Hedge Garden
Sometimes, the best place to hide something is in plain sight. The following edibles can easily be planted throughout your hedges: cucumbers, berry bushes, potatoes, peppers, rhubarb, and carrots.
7. Experiment with Vermiponics
This is a relatively new concept that combines vermiculture (creating fertilizer using worms), hydroponics (growing plants without soil), and aquaculture (growing plants or raising fish using water).
Vermiculture is a self-sustaining system that can produce plants and fish using no soil.
Worms and fish produce waste that makes fantastic fertilizer. The plants you grow in that fertilizer are full of nutrients and grown without chemicals. A vermiponic “garden” can be set up in a small place and consistently provides two food sources simply by way of maintaining the system.
Figuring out how to cultivate fresh foods to feed your family without looking like a stereotypical “prepper” isn’t hard if you’re willing to do some research and think outside the box. Of course, you can always maintain a traditional garden or greenhouse – but it’s always good to have a backup plan.
he garden, whether for food production or beauty, lays passively under
climate engineering activities. We are consuming aluminum, boron, other unnecessary products and tainted blood in our foods from chemtrails sitting in the atmosphere. Just as trees are taking it in through their roots, water body inhabitants are taking it into their bodies, and so are we.
At an amusement park below chemtrails
You can determine IF you are in the path of a chemtrail. Look up and if you see a plume that looks like a contrail, evaporation out of the rear of an airplane but it sits in the sky longer than a few minutes, you are looking at a chemtrail. Place a sheet of glass on a support (5 gallon container.) The rain will deposit the contents. Wait for it to dry and scrape the cloudy substance from the glass into a sterile container. Bring it to an agricultural laboratory for testing.
Chemtrails across crystal-clear blue skies
I have accumulated information on biodynamic farming and I hope it can purify the soils where I live and elsewhere. Proof of this would be provided if the soil is tested before and after treatment.
The H2O Project was used in the Caribbean Sea, on land, and in my body.
It is another tool to help restore the land. Prayed over, powerful, has a reach for many miles, H2O Project water is an asset inside of the body and out.
The healing fires burning during agnihotra produce ash that will be applied to the land to revitalize and nourish it.
Merge with Water by Allison L. Williams Hill
The garden is designed according to the neighborhood in addition to my family's needs. The fauna, flora, and people figure into what is produced.
Intuition influences what it consists of and who benefits. It's the same with the trees. The garden creation reminds me of the significance of bodies of fresh water in the Caribbean, specifically, the British Virgin Islands.
British Virgin Islands Bananaquits. They loved brown sugar. Wilson Reynolds fed them every morning he and his wife were there.
Migrating birds needed the ponds to rehydrate during their journeys. The number of ponds supported the natural workings of the small bodies of water. Water evaporates and the quantities contained therein are further reduced by the consumption from the birds and other animals. The rainy season cycle replenishes it. As each pond contains a limited amount of water, many ponds, dotted across all of the islands, provide the birds with water for their use. The quantity of ponds allows for the segregation of some species to reduce conflict.
Quits by Allison L. Williams Hill
Birds visit sites and drop feathers which send streams of energy for birds to recognize when they fly over the site. This was written in a book called "Divining the Primary Sense" by Herbert Weaver, a wonderful book that answers questions about nature.
Some of these sites are littered with their species' feathers, marking these sites for them.This does not barricade the pond from other birds. Birds travel at different times through their lives, but all commence when the weather changes. Some birds start out earlier. Some travel faster and longer than others.
Many land owners, unfortunately, fill in the ponds so that they may
maximize the use of their property. Unless a person thought to insure birds had their needs met, the legal body of the territory does not require that land owners provide for non-human members of the planet.
e are our brothers' and sisters' keepers. As such, we are also Nature's keeper. Nature is diverse with elements that provide redundant gifts through different species.
In spite of the original intent behind most gardens created for pleasure,
people benefit from them. Their beauty, fragrances and sensations evoke joy, even bliss, in visitors. Those who bring the smiles, the great feelings that flow from their hearts deposit their contribution and it is collected by the individuals - trees, bushes, and flowers - that exist there.
Flora contribute to the environment, absorbing what they need from it, absorbing what we leave as waste in it.
Studies revealed that trees communicate, something dowsers and other sensitives always knew. Trees have life systems including what was named a heart. When my husband and I planted trees on his beachfront property in Josiah's Bay, Tortola, V.I. (UK) he intuited how the trees wanted to be oriented. The front door is an etheric opening two feet up the trunk through which energy enters.
I dowsed to check where their front doors were located. I asked the trees if they were happy where they were. All of the individuals' responses were positive.
Recently, it was revealed that trees have more than one door. And we have recently learned that humans have more than one brain, three at this point.
That is not to say there is a correlation but that somewhat complex organisms have similarities. Scientists revealed that trees talk to each other about survival.
North Road Trees by Allison L. Williams Hill
From a National Geographic video called "How trees secretly talk to each other in the forest":
Hub trees are the oldest and tallest that have greater access to sunlight. Their leaves form the canopy. I thought that there was competition, with leaves blocking sunlight to the forest floor below, however, they do provide for the floral beings below. Photosynthesis produces more sugar that is absorbed by underground fungi through their mycellium, a mass of threadlike roots that intertwine within the tree's roots. In a beautiful exchange, the mycelium provides the roots with water and nutrients (nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus) from the soil. This fungus and root relationship is called mycorrhiza (mycos=fungus, riza-root). All of this occurs underground. Exchanging necessary elements and warning trees when a threat is determined.
Studies revealed that a hub tree sets up tens of connections within a stand. Studies also showed how important the older and taller individuals are in that
almost half of the connections organized among trees would be lost if one was removed.
Every individual, in my garden or Mother Nature's, is important.
Belly Button Flower by Allison L. Williams Hill
Fur Baby Lounge
coming soon; web site is under construction
Gifts from Spirit Discernment
Gifts from Spirit Prophesy
Gifts from Spirit blank note cards coming soon!
Doesn't the dormouse in the heather appear to be smiling? I found out from the Comedy Wild Life Photography Awards web site that Mr. Andrea Zampatti is the photographer. Please visit his web site for more fascinating images that he was in the right place at the right time to capture.
When time permits, I intend to hold drawings to create
for the winners whose names are drawn for each. To enter, your name and email address will be required. It will be added to a mailing list to receive updates about In-Vesica. In-Vesica will post the art work on this web site and in other publications. Services explains what is involved in creating these helpful tools. The images will be displayed at In-Vesica and the In-Vesica Art Gallery hosted by Art Wanted.com.
Of course, I collect your email and, thereafter, you will receive periodic updates on In-Vesica - spiritual development; health coaching; energetic healing; art and design, when projects will be launched, and what I eat (I'm kidding!).
by Allison L. Williams Hill
"I bring you boundless joy."
Cloudscape blank note cards coming soon.
P.J. during a search...
Japanese Stone Statues
Article: What is Psychological Design?
Article: Peace Be Your Sanctuary