Two days’ ago, a bunch of ‘green dust’ fell all over Jerusalem again.
Just before the first wave of ‘Covid 19’ started up two years ago, I saw a lot of that ‘green dust’ all over the place.
At the time, I thought it was just spring pollen.
Now, with all the information about graphene oxide, smart dust, deliberately toxic ‘chem trails’ sprayed all over the place…
I went out to check if that green dust in Jerusalem is magnetic.
Maybe, it’s just pollen after all?
That’s what my husband said. That’s what I started to think myself, again.
Since when does ‘pollen’ only fall from the sky during a hazy heatwave?
How does that work?
I’m putting this out there, and if readers can point me in the direction of some factual information that explains how this ‘pollen’ only coats my car, windows and furniture on one or two specific days a year, I am really interested in seeing that.
In the meantime….
My family has not been feeling so well, the last two days.
Sure, we can blame it on the ‘change of weather’, where it went from being super cold for Jerusalem – 5 degrees – to now super hot, up in the low 30s.
Maybe that’s true.
Maybe that’s the only reason I started to feel a bit pukey, and I’m feeling weirdly ‘tired’ at the moment, with my half-head migraine that worsens when I sit on the internet too long.
Or maybe, that green dust was more than just pollen, and it combined with another dose of 5…G radiation from all the towers now up all over the place in Jerusalem, to start us off on the next wave of ‘Covid 19’.
I guess at some point, with God’s help, we’ll figure that out.
In the meantime, one of my kids sent me links to two series (only in Hebrew) that are making a big stir in Israeli society.
Series one was about families where the kid made teshuva, adopted a religious lifestyle – and so the connection with the parents broke.
Series two is about kids who ‘went off the derech’, and the connection with the parents broke.
In some cases, it’s the kids who broke the connection, in others, it’s the parents.
But the whole series is about trying to get these kids and parents speaking again, and loving each other again, even though they are on very different paths.
Here’s the link:
(If you’re not in Israel, you’ll need an Israeli VPN to view it)
This version has English subtitles:
It’s not at all shmirat eynayim friendly.
But I watched the first two episodes of the second series with one of my kids, and we both cried and had a big hug.
Kids are so very precious, even when they aren’t walking the same path that we are.
And parents are also so very precious, even when they don’t understand us and did a lot to mess us up and hurt us.
Strange to say, watching this did more ‘internal Pesach cleaning’ for me than just about anything else, at the moment.
God wants us to love each other, (sometimes sensibly, and still maintaining a distance…) even when that’s hard.
But removing all the ego, self-righteous anger and victim mentality that’s blocking that from happening is really, really hard.
Which is why we have ‘Pesach’.
To search for all those chametz-bad-middot still hiding out, over a few weeks even, and to try to sweep them away.
And now, back to cleaning the fridge.
PS: I’m hearing from a few readers that my site is ‘blocking them’ from commenting.
That’s one of the ways the censorship happens, and there’s not much I can do to stop it.
If you really have a comment you want up, put it in the contact form on the site with the name you want it attributed to, and I’ll post it up from my side.
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