Tools for Healing

I guess you can say I am one of those typical holisitic practitioner's. Once you get bitten by the healing bug, the journey of a thousand miles begins. Each step taking you to yet another "got to have this amazing tool, technique, tip, program, workshop, seminar, confernece, etc." In the ocean of overwhemling choices, your head can spin with all the directions you feel yourself pulled in.

Over the years though I have started to settle down. I am still amazed by much of what I encounter, but my ability to discern is tweeked a bit more. I realize that there is NO ONE MAGIC BULLET. Healing is an inside job, that can be assisted in a variety of ways by outside stuff. Slim Spurling's tools, The Light-Life Technology, is one of those outside stuff technologies that I have used with success and have seen others use with success as well. The purpose of this blog is to introduce you to Slim and his work. You will find your own truth along the way. Namaste~ Susan Anderson

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Storm Chaser: A Note from Slim Spurling

This is one of the tools created by Slim Spurling. Below is an article he had wrote regarding its development and purpose.

The STORMCHASER came about as a result of my concern for the increasing levels of pollution, which exacerbate the natural tendency of tornados and hurricanes to wreak havoc.

Hurricanes start off the coast of Africa as a result of the massive density of positively charged dust particles which blow off the west coast (the skeleton coast) during the periodic sand storms in the summer months. The positive(+) charges have a counterclockwise spin and in the density and duration of the storm they tend to entrain the atmosphere into a larger scale (counterclockwise) rotation which, depending on the density of charge and duration of the sandstorm, may develop into a tropical storm and then a hurricane.

As the cyclonic rotation persists it draws in (+) charges from different levels of the atmosphere consisting of any or all of the listed air pollutants, co2, so2, NOX, hydrocarbons ( all toxic materials have a (+) charge). As we have all seen on the weather channel these storms pull in clouds and atmospheric components from hundreds of thousands of cubic miles of atmosphere.

As the density of the toxins and (+) charges increase toward the center, so does the intensity of the storm rotation increase.

Based on my personal observation of atmospheric pollution in the Caribbean during a couple of flights over the area, it is far and away more polluted than any comparable area i have seen in the past 10 years with the exception of Belgium on my first flight over that country in '97.

So we can see that these storms, initiated off the coast of Africa, rapidly increase in strength in the Caribbean and gulf as they pull in polluted air from the populated mainland.

These huge storms are now appearing in the southern hemisphere, witness the recent one called Larry in Australia and the first ever storm off Brazil last year. This is due to the increasing pollution and resultant drought conditions in that hemisphere due to industrialization and increasing use of petroleum fuels in the less developed world due to the treaties related to globalization.

My personal urge to develop a system to cover large volumes of atmosphere with the proven harmonizer technology is what led to the development, first of the "cosmic washtub" in 2001 and now the STORMCHASER in 2004.

There are about 60 of the "washtubs" and "storm chasers" in active service in the northern hemisphere, serving several functions. First is to reduce air pollution levels and severe storm mitigation and secondly to improve plant growth, thirdly to reduce soil and water toxins and improve marine environments with those reasonably near coastlines.

It is my hope to be able to place many more of the STORMCHASERS, in particular, on the several Caribbean islands and in the coastal cities of the Gulf of Mexico prior to this year's storm season.

In addition, it is urgent to get them into Southeast Asia and the populated areas of the southern hemisphere.

To give some idea of the range of these units, the STORMCHASER has a conservatively estimated spherical radius of effect of 2500 miles. Thus it's hemispheric energy field contains 3.2725 to the tenth power cubic miles of atmosphere.

That is considerably reduced if we consider that the polluted atmosphere is only about 50,000 feet thick, giving us a disc of 2500 miles radius and about 9.5 miles thick of the most polluted air.............this then gives us 186,532,500 cubic miles of atmosphere which is influenced by the energy field of the STORMCHASER. (It’s odd that 186,400,000 mps is the speed of light at earth's surface....Coincidence of numbers?.... I think not!)

During the '05 hurricane season following the disastrous storm on the Yucatan and Katrina, I got busy and had the helpers in the shop start making the new STORMCHASER. The first ones went to Florida, Pensacola, Sarasota and Vero beach. The next went to a site near Galveston about 200 miles inland.

That unit appeared to divert Rita from it's projected path to hit Galveston and shifted it NE to Houston. At Houston we saw the eye suddenly collapse and the storm weaken dramatically a few miles out to sea as it encountered the wall of energy produced by a dozen active AG harmonizers with a radius of 65 or more miles manned by Sandee Mac's enthusiastic network.

Wilma was supposedly headed to the middle of the Florida’s west coast but was diverted by the unit manned by Anthony Cowlan in Sarasota so that it hit the Keys and Miami briefly then scooted out to sea and took a very rapid path Northeast, dissipating rapidly over the cooler Atlantic and deprived of its (+) ion energy source due to the high number of several sizes of harmonizers among the network on the eastern seaboard. (Including Aggie, the one I had going in Hatboro, PA – SueLG)

These are not the first observations of the harmonizer's effect on hurricanes. Six small units in and near Moorhead City, North Carolina stopped Bonnie in it's tracks and dropped the wind velocity 10 mph in the first hour they were activated. A great deal of damage was prevented in that instance. Slim Spurling

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