Monday, March 31, 2014

Moving to Ecuador This Week - March 31, 2014 - If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It!

Moving to Ecuador This Week

| March 31, 2014 | 8 Replies

  If It Were Easy, Everyone Would Do It!

  We are finally moving to Ecuador.
These last 4 months have been the craziest time, and this final 30 days has been completely out of control.
Tomorrow we finally leave for the airport. We have booked a nice room near LAX to rest up before the all day relocation to Cuenca on Wednesday.
Nervous stomach, chest pains, mini rages, sleep deprivation, mind racing, E.D., and strange hair growth in weird places are all ongoing issues. Did I mention the boil and toe nail fungus? Funny what your body does when it is under stress.
I don’t do drugs anymore, so valium has been out of the question…. and I don’t drink either.  Lucky for me I still have a dirty mind.
My stress management tools usually work pretty well.
But these last 30 days have really been a challenge. I expect I will have some wisdom to share soon, once the inside of my head slows down just a bit and lets me think clearly more:

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Gringo Tree: March 25, 2014 Landslide cuts major Quito highway to coast-

 Gringo Tree: March 25, 2014
Landslide cuts major Quito highway to coast-
Heavy rains in the northern sierra have triggered landslides that have closed the main highway between Quito and coast. As of this morning, hundreds of vehicles are stranded as efforts to clear the Quito - Santo Domingo highway continue

According to Fabian Uzcátegui, Secretary of Infrastructure, another in three-day series of landslides covered part of the highway Tuesday night, dumping 5,000 more cubic meters onto the roadway.

Uzcátegui said that the landslides have caused a number of injuries, including eight in a bus struck by falling rocks on Monday.

Uzcátegui said that heavy equipment is on the scene and says the roadway is expected to be cleared by afternoon. “The problem is that the ground is saturated and the rain continues to fall,” he said. “It is very likely we will have more slides. All we can do is to keep working and hope for the best.”

A major concern for road crews are loose rocks that continue to drop onto the highway. “We have to consider the safety of our workers,” Uzcátegui said.

Late march to early May is a period of particularly heavy rainfall in the sierra, and a period of frequent landslides.:

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Police Encounter…Stopped and Searched - by Donald Murray

Police Encounter…Stopped and Searched

My cell phone is in a leather case, attached to a lanyard that I wear around my neck. I’ve carried my phone like this for maybe five years. The original case was intended to be worn on a belt so it has a strong metal clip on the backside of the case. I keep my car and motor scooter documents in plastic cases clipped into place behind my cell more:

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Event Horizon Chronicle: The Ayahuasca Totalitarian Dictatorship Visions

By Richard Sauder:
Event Horizon Chronicle: The Ayahuasca Totalitarian Dictatorship Visions: Back in late 2010, when I came to Ecuador to pursue a shamanic vision quest, I did not know what to expect. I still don't! I say that ...

Transparent As a Pane of Glass

To me the answer to all these questions is "yes". It's transparently obvious to me. The totalitarian dictatorship that ayahuasca
showed to me two years ago is being methodically set in place. It was a
clear vision, like looking at a computer monitor. Current events are
resembling more and more closely what I was shown. The USSA government
is irretrievably wicked. Its agents will kill people. That's what the
NDAA is all about. There won't be a trail of evidence or a trial.
They'll just eliminate people.

If you need an image to bring it into focus, look at this photo of DHS ICE special agents training for a national security "emergency."  Does that not look ominous? Note that the American flag is conspicuously reversed. Get it?

for the threat of a major, international war, it is real, and growing
by the day. The USSA at present is clearly on a trajectory to a military
confrontation with Russia, China, Syria and Iran and maybe more. The
conflict may well go nuclear.

The threat of one or more spectacular, notorious "false flag" attacks to create a war panic is also very real.

advice to anyone who is inclined to leave the USSA is to leave just as
soon as you can feasibly manage it. Better to be a little bit early than
a little bit too late. When the doors are slammed shut and the Feds are
rounding people up, or using those 141,000 rounds of sniper ammo to
liquidate people on their "watch lists", it will be too late.

Sometimes God helps those who help themselves.

Monday, March 3, 2014

Journeyman Jack in Ecuador's Spanish Lesson 101 for the Day-

Journeyman Jack in Ecuador's

Spanish Lesson 101 for the Day via- Butch in Pulp Fiction- 1994...she don't speak Bora Boran either:

"Donde esta la zapateria?" = "Where is the Shoe Store?"
"Que hora es? = What time is it?"