Mental and moral health vary directly with that of the Etheric environment

"Yet mad I am not…and very surely do I not dream.”

― From " The Black Cat ", by Edgar Allan Poe, 1843

It’s July 2020, and 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 Wilhelm Reich’s work.

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 drug overdose rates have been dropping for three straight years. And the rate of the drop is increasing, going forward in time.

An article below from March of 2020 is headlined “New Data Show Significant Changes in Drug Overdose Deaths”.

Where the author has used the general “significant changes” to mask a 4.1% drop in overdose deaths in the U.S. from 2017 to 2018. As you may recall, generality is a hallmark of propaganda.

The article states that “Overall overdose death rates decreased by 4.1% from 2017 to 2018 in the United States. New CDC data show death rates involving heroin decreased by 4%, and prescription opioid-involved overdose death rates decreased by 13.5%.”

Where the author has violated strict journalistic rules that demand percentages be ordered from highest to lowest. They’ve “buried” the largest percentage to the last, to spin it.

Overdose deaths in the U.S. dropped 4.1% from 2017 to 2018, and dropped another 5.1% from 2018 to 2019.

Can you see how the positive change is increasing, moving forward in time?

Overdose deaths in the U.S. dropped almost 10% from 2017 to 2019.

In Massachusetts, there was an estimated 5.7% decrease in overdose deaths during the first quarter of 2020, compared to the same period in 2019.

Can you see how the positive change is increasing, going forward in time?

Mental and moral health are directly connected to that of the Etheric environment.

A story below from November 2018 is headlined "Cigarette Smoking Among U.S. Adults Lowest Ever Recorded ".

Because mental and moral health are directly connected to that of the Etheric environment.

A story below from October 2018 is headlined "Culture shift: What’s behind a decline in drinking worldwide ? "

Because mental and moral health are directly connected to that of the Etheric environment.

A story below from June 2018 is headlined “Crime Remains at Historic Lows in America”.

Because mental and moral health are directly connected to that of the Etheric environment.

If my thesis is correct, improved mental and moral health also necessarily includes fewer and fewer among the populace engaging in the practice of self-deception.

I know it seems crazy to say, but I think we’re turning the corner, here.

Jeff Miller, Brooklyn, New York July 21, 2020

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2017 - The likelihood of living in a cellphone-only household varies considerably across states. New Jersey has the lowest share of adults living in wireless-only households at just 27.5%. In Idaho, the share is more than double, at 61.6% — the highest share of any state.

June 12, 2018 - Crime Remains at Historic Lows in America

October 3, 2018 - Culture shift: What’s behind a decline in drinking worldwide

November 8, 2018 - Cigarette Smoking Among U.S. Adults Lowest Ever Recorded

March 8, 2020 - New Data Show Significant Changes in Drug Overdose Deaths

Overall decline in opioid-involved drug overdose deaths – but more deaths from synthetic opioids other than methadone

Overall overdose death rates decreased by 4.1% from 2017 to 2018 in the United States. New CDC data show death rates involving heroin decreased by 4%, and prescription opioid-involved overdose death rates decreased by 13.5%.

January 2020 - Drug Overdose Deaths in the United States, 1999–2018

In 2018, the age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths in the United States was 4.6% lower than the rate in 2017.

For 14 states and the District of Columbia, the age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths in 2018 was lower than in 2017.

The age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids other than methadone increased by 10% from 2017 to 2018.

NCHS Data Brief No. 356n 2018, there were 67,367 drug overdose deaths in the United States, a 4.1% decline from 2017

For 14 states and the District of Columbia, the age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths in 2018 was lower than in 2017.

The drug overdose death rate was lower in 2018 than in 2017 for 15 jurisdictions: Alaska, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Wisconsin (Figure 2).

The drug overdose death rate was higher in 2018 than in 2017 for 5 states: California, Delaware, Missouri, New Jersey, and South Carolina.

In 2018, the states with the highest age-adjusted drug overdose death rates were West Virginia (51.5 per 100,000 standard population), Delaware (43.8), Maryland (37.2), Pennsylvania (36.1), Ohio (35.9), and New Hampshire (35.8).

In 2018, the states with the lowest age-adjusted drug overdose death rates were Texas (10.4), North Dakota (10.2), Iowa (9.6), Nebraska (7.4), and South Dakota (6.9).

July 18, 2019 - Overdose deaths decrease for 1st time in 3 decades

The CDC reported 68,557 fatal drug overdoses in 2018, marking a 5.1 percent decrease from the year prior.

June 10, 2020 - Nearly 6 Percent Decrease In Opioid-Related Mass. Overdose Deaths In Q1 Of 2020

There were 467 confirmed and estimated opioid-related overdose deaths of Massachusetts residents during the first three months of the year, according to preliminary data released during a meeting by the Public Health Council on Wednesday.

That’s an estimated 5.7 percent decrease compared to the same period in 2019, when there were estimated to be 495 deaths.

“Overall, there has been an approximately 6 percent decline in the opioid-related overdose death rate since 2016,” said Monica Bharel, commissioner of the Department of Public Health

July 2020 - Ohio County Sees Dramatic Decrease in Overdose Deaths

Can Their Success be Replicated?

In the last several months, Hamilton County in Ohio, a diverse area that includes Cincinnati, has seen a 34 percent decrease in opioid-related deaths and a greater than 50 percent increase in the number of people receiving treatment.

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