"Longevity Records Are Being Broken Regardless of Species or Geography", from "Positive Changes That Are Occurring", by Jeff Miller


Great positive changes are underway at every level of our reality. They began in earnest in 2012, and have been increasing in speed and magnitude. I began writing this series of articles, entitled “Positive Changes That Are Occurring”, in July of 2013.

These historically-unprecedented positive changes are being driven by many hundreds of thousands, if not millions of simple, inexpensive Orgonite devices based on the work of Wilhelm Reich and Karl Hans Welz.

Since Don Croft first fabricated tactical Orgonite in 2000, its widespread, ongoing and ever-increasing distribution has been unknitting and transforming the ancient Death energy matrix built and expanded by our dark masters, well, all the way back to Babylon, and before. And, as a result, the Ether is returning to its natural state of health and vitality.

One of those changes is that longevity records are being broken regardless of species or geography.

That’s because the size, fertility of any organism vary directly with the health of its etheric environment.

In 2012, a 27-pound lobster was caught in Maine, the largest in the history of the state.

The article in the U.K.’s Telegraph was headlined “Lobster ‘the size of a small child’ caught in Maine”.

Where “the size of a small child”, while lurid, is general. The hedging generality omits the 27 pound weight of the record holder, and also omits mention of the fact that it was a record.

Those are both examples of the propaganda technique known as “compartmentalization”. “The size of a small child” is a second hedge.


It’s not just a size record, it’s a de facto longevity record. In 2015, BBC.com said “In other words, American lobster cells apparently don’t age in a normal way, making the lobsters biologically immortal.”

In 2013, Smithsonian Magazine tried to prop up the collapse of mean-spirited Western materialism with “Don’t Listen to the Buzz: Lobsters Aren’t Actually Immortal”.

The folks in charge are not your friends, and are lying to you about basically everything, including the lobsters.

In August 2015, a flandersnews.be article said “Record oyster shell on Knokke beach”.

Where “RECORD oyster shell” is general. The international news blackout that is in place on this subject forbids the use of statistics that would provide specific insight into the magnitude of the trend I’m documenting here.

Since sixty to seventy percent of readers only read the headlines, it goes a long way toward “compartmentalizing” the phenomenon.

Under the false guise of familiarity, the headline omits “Belgium” and “Flanders”, and uses only the local “Knokke beach”, to further compartmentalize the information. “Record OYSTER shell” is a hedge back from “Japanese oyster”. The more general, the less searchable.

The words “mystery”, “baffled” and “puzzled” are memes, used, among numerous similar variants, whenever anyone in the wholly-controlled-and-coopted Political, Academic, Scientific and Media establishments wants to lie about, well, basically anything. Three of those variants are “surprised”, “excited” and “exceptional”.

That’s why the article goes on to say “Our North Sea coast is full of surprises. So, imagine the excitement this week when holidaymakers from the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg made an exceptional find: an oyster shell measuring 38 centimetres. Girls Alice and Clémentine Lechat were playing on the beach at the jet-set resort of Knokke when they came across the record-breaking shell near the Zwin nature reserve. The shell measures 2.5 cm more than the largest oyster shell encountered so far.”

“Exceptional FIND” and “came across” plays that such shells have been lying around out there all along, it’s just that the young girls did a more adroit job of locating one.

Where “the largest oyster shell encountered so far” is Mil-speak for “world record oyster shell”.

The author hedged again by allowing that the record shell was “2.5 cm more” than the previous record holder, but carefully withheld the far more impactful percentage increase between them. So, I had to do the math.

The new record shell is 7% longer than the old. Such records are usually broken by tiny margins, as organisms grow to a genetically-programmed maximum length, and grow in smaller and smaller increments down through time. Or so goes the rapidly collapsing Orthodoxy of mean-spirited Western materialism, which holds that “there is no such thing as the ether”.

It’s not just a size record, it’s a longevity record.

The size, fertility and longevity of any organism vary directly with the health of its etheric environment.

There’s clearly been some great positive change in the marine environment in Belgium.

In February 2018, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute said “New Species Longevity Record for the Northern Quahog (=Hard Clam), Mercenaria mercenaria”.

Where “new species longevity record”, while accurate, obfuscates the fact that the new longevity record is more than double that of the old record.

“Twenty-two large shells (>90 mm shell height) from a sample of live collected hard shell clams, Mercenaria mercenaria, from Buzzards Bay, Woods Hole, Cape Cod, MA, were subjected to sclerochronological analysis. Annually resolved growth lines in the hinge region and margin of the shell were identified and counted; the age of the oldest clam shell was determined to be at least 106 y. This age represents a considerable increase in the known maximum life span for M. mercenaria, more than doubling the maximum recorded life span of the species (46 y). More than 85% of the clam shells aged had more than 46 annual increments, the previous known maximum life span for the species.”

The lifespan of the Northern Qahog has more than doubled. And not just in one lone specimen. 85% of the shells under discussion were past the previous age record.

Clearly, the size, fertility and longevity of any organism vary directly with the health of its etheric environment, and there has been a major positive change in the marine environment in the Atlantic Ocean off New England.


Figure 1.Micrograph of the annual growth increments in an acetate peel replica of the shell of the oldest Mercenaria mercenaria obtained from Buzzards Bay. The positions of the annually resolved growth increments (10, 20, 40, and 75) are indicated. Disturbance lines deposited during the early phase of growth are marked by black arrows. Scale bar = 1 mm.o

Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York, February 2, 2021

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