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Letter to the editor; Stop Human Trafficking

In Nepal, most people live on about $3 a day, according to Rajendra Gautam, founder of 3Angels Nepal. In the rural villages, children—especially girls—are not well educated. Many times instead of attending school, girls must work in the fields and are often considered to be a burden to their families. Women’s rights are almost nonexistent in this country where hunger and poverty are more widespread than freedom or education.

After the recent government revolution and war in Nepal, many families, in an attempt to protect their children from the violent front, sent them away with family “friends” who promised to find jobs or education for them in Kathmandu or India. Families are tricked by potential husbands offering “secure” futures for their daughters. But in many cases, these girls end up in Indian brothels, with no idea of what is happening to them until it is too late. http://www.maitinepal.org/index.php


Poetry Contest 2016 $250.00 Grand prize awarded to best poet of our choice. Free to enter! Help Stop Human Trafficking

Sponsored by One Globe Press

Submit Poetry to Jay North at jaysbookshere@gmail.com

Acceptable poems will be published in upcoming book “Contemporary American Poets.” Limited to 225 poems!

All poems must be original and not previously published.

Poem’s must arrive with contact information and a release for publication from the author no attachments will be opened, all pertinent information must be in the body of the email-including your poem for submission to the aforementioned   book titled “Contemporary American Poets”. Submit one poem only please. Not all poems received with be published. Cash prize awarded June 1st 2016. Award recipient will be announced in the book, “Contemporary American Poets.”  We will consider erotic poetry but nothing obscene, no hate material will be considered and no copied poems.

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Release: all proceeds from the new book Contemporary American Poets will be donated to Stop The Trafficking of Young girls and women sold into sex slavery.http://www.maitinepal.org/index.php

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The author, in consideration of the acceptance of the below work for publication, does hereby grant One Globe Press and/or authorized representative to publish the author’s work in the upcoming book “Contemporary American Poets.” The author hereby affirms the poem represents original, unpublished material that is not under editorial consideration elsewhere. Thank you, www.oneglobepress.com .

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A Very Special Spiritual New Year Lies Ahead

“The Light is around you and within you all the time. You are living and moving in the ocean of Light.” – Leonard J. Mountain Chief.

There is something immensely peaceful and joyous about the holiday season–not to mention how good it can feel to turn over a new leaf each New Year’s Eve. For many of us, this is a time of renewal. A fresh start!

Unfortunately, the universe will bring you ups and downs in 2016, as it always does. The comforting thing to remember is that if you trust in yourself and allow the Light to guide you through the rocky periods of your life. If you’re uncertain about how to face the challenges ahead of you over the next twelve months, allow me to provide you with some assistance.

I don’t believe that when you find an approach that works for you, you should keep it hidden. For several decades I’ve seen the fruits of my own spiritual labor, from my humble beginnings as an organic farmer to my current work as a professional writer. When you work in harmony with the universe and follow your soul’s most fervent desires, you walk straight into happiness and joy. You are consumed with it. The Light that Leonard J. Mountain Chief mentions in the above quote is more radiant than you might ever imagine.

Occasionally I’m asked, “Jay, how do you do it? How do you manage to remain so happy and at peace with your life?” The simple, brief answer is that I have simply reached a level of self-awareness that allows me to follow my instincts without fear or doubt. The Light does not disappear when you are walking through the darkness; it is only obscured for a while. And you can always find your way back.

It is my firm belief that many people are deeply unhappy due to their lack of understanding about their own souls needs. The sort of fierce passion that encouraged mystics in ancient times to wander into the desert is the same passion that stirs within each and every one of us.

Close your eyes. Meditate. Ask Spirit for an answer to the simple questions, “What would you have me do in 2016?” The answer may not arrive immediately or the way you expect it. It might not be a strong, overpowering sensation. It may simply be a quiet whisper that leads you in a strange and confusing direction. But it can be trusted far more than the everyday fears and worries that plague you.

Fear is a paralytic. It will keep you tracked in miserable situations—for years, decades… even the entirety of your life, if you refuse to make a change. We are not meant to live consumed by fear. Happiness is our natural state. The Light wants to be sought. Go out and chase it down.

As a professional writer, I have published a variety of books that discuss these topics and more. I wrote Open Spaces as a way of sharing my knowledge about the role spirituality plays in personal life changes. It is about the Native way to walk through life and make decisions- in a good way. If you’re interested in learning more about following your dreams and watching your life sore during 2016, please visit OneGlobePress.com and order this book. In addition, I wish you love peace and joy in your house and a new great start to 2016.

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Let’s face it folks since the crash of 08/09 the world have never recovered from the fall out! This is not merely an opinion but a sad fact. The only way people will recover is my taking control back of their own finance and Jay North intends to help.

“I see the need and I am here to fill it!

I have traveled the entire USA meeting people from all walks of life and I have found the one common conversation was money and how to earn more. I promise you that the answers you seek are contained in my books. Grow Yourself Rich a marketing manual for beginners has made thousands of people famously wealthy), Create The Life You Have Always Dreamt About and Spirit Filled Prayers and Affirmations, all written by yours truly Jay North, based on everything I have done to become wealthy.” Jay North.

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About Jay North, author, organic gardener, naturalist and social activist. Jay has experienced the rollercoaster of life and has enjoyed the ride to the fullest.  

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The Native way will certainly help you find your path. I would love to share this with you. Order my book in PDF or hard copy; Open Spaces; My Life With Leonard J Mountain Chief, Blackfeet Elder From Northwest Montana. Filled with important messages for all time and all age! Read our journey together and become enlightened by it.

Leonard (my adopted father)ask me to share these stories long ago, I promised him I would!

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Happy holidays from Jay North and staff! I trust that you are having a fantastic holiday season, and that you are taking the time to reflect back on all the wonderful things that have happened over the last twelve months of 2015 and giving thanks.

This year I launched my blog, where I have posted many articles discussing success motivation, spatiality, politics, social issues, and helping others to achieve their dreams-no matter what they are. In addition, I have many more amazing projects on the go right now that I am excited to share with you in the New Year that will help you in achieving you personal goals. I will keep you posted in Newsletters to follow. As a matter of fact the next news letter will simply blow you away.

As the weather gets colder and the Christmas and New Tear seasons looms, many of you are probably looking for side jobs and other ways of obtaining spending money in order to afford to get through the holidays.

Fortunately, it’s possible to make extra money at this time of year and still find time to relax and enjoy the holidays. I wish you the very best in your life this Holiday season. I want to help you kick off the New Year in a grand and glorious way.

Imagination is the 1st key to success; if you can imagine it you can have it. The whole enchilada!

And, Motivation is key to success and of course picking a goal is also the first step. If you have only a vague idea of what you would like to achieve, and you do not pursue it with everything you have, you will never see results! You will continue to stay trapped in the same place you are right now, dreaming of the day when things are better.

But, also things can be better in your life than your might know, right now, and buer of my books my newsletter have seen how their lives have changed once they have followed my simple advice. I am telling you from the bottom of my heart that your dreams can come true this year 2016.

First of all, keep in mind that no one has ever reached success by halfheartedly seeking it. Yes it’s important to think big. If your goal was initially simply to obtain extra income this Christmas, consider broadening your horizons and thinking in larger terms. What if you could be financially and emotionally satisfied with your life all year round? Well you know what you can.

I have written three books that cover every aspect of this incredible process of reinvention, and I highly recommend that you take the time to read them and absorb their messages. After many years in numerous businesses, I learned that there are a few simple principles necessary to achieve true financial liberation, peace, and best of all, happiness.

This year, I am offering you the wisdom I learned many years ago through trial and error. No matter your religious or spiritual beliefs, the Christmas season is a great time to consider applying the very simple principles I discuss in my book Spirit-Filled Prayers and Affirmations.

You do not need to be a monastic spiritual guru or theologian to see the results of daily prayer and affirmation. You do not need to wander aimless into the desert and sleep beneath the stars to receive direct communication with the divine. It can happen right here, right now… and the results will surprise you.

Another book I wrote is called Growing Yourself Rich. This is a very important book to me due to the fact that it discusses a lot of my own personal experiences in sales, marketing and public relation. I’m very excited to share them with you. Hopefully the lessons I learned the hard way during my experience running an organic farm will help you in your own business endeavors, no matter what industry you’re in.

The book’s core message is to listen to your intuition and follow your heart, making only positive decisions that help you and the world as a whole. If you do this, you will be startled by the results you achieve. Even at times when your future looks bleak, if you stay true to what you believe in, you will be greatly blessed! I promise you can and will achieve the life of your dreams

Growing Yourself Rich is an open and honest discussion about my experience running and marketing a successful business with my wife Pamela. Now that I am a professional writer, I’m sharing this information with my subscribers and buyers of my books. Don’t hesitate to subscribe to my monthly newsletter—I will offer you timely information and support that will help you grow in business and in life!

Finally, I must mention my book Create the Life You Have Always Dreamed About. Many modern self-help books attempt to sell the idea that you can get rich quick, with very little effort on your part. By the time you are finished reading these types of books, you may be left feeling more confused and discouraged than you felt before you opened the front cover.

With Create the Life You Have Always Dreamed About, I aim to dispel the misleading rumors that wealth is simply one pyramid scheme away, and instead I provide my subscribers and readers with truthful, honest, and compassionate information that they can apply in a very real way. I have written this book from my heart, sharing personal anecdotes that I can prove actually worked for me.

Now just for fun, a Poetry Contest $100.00 Cash Prize

For those of you who enjoy writing poetry, I am promoting a great resource sponsored by MakeAllTheCashYouWant.com. We are hosting a poetry contest this winter and spring that has a $100 USD cash prize. Why not get paid for your creativity? We are accepting original poetry from now until the May 1, 2016 deadline.

The contest rules are as follows:

  1. All submissions must be original. No exceptions-we will check!
  2. It doesn’t matter if you have been previously been published or if you are a first-time writer, but your submission must be unpublished.
  3. Poems can be any length.
  4. If you wish to submit your work under a pseudonym, let us know in your submission email.
  5. Submissions must reach us before midnight EST on May 1, 2016.
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Please let me know if these resource helps you. I am always seeking new resources for professional and aspiring writers, and will be providing more for my subscribers in the New Year. I can’t eait to share what I have in store for you.

That’s about it for now. Thank you all for a great year, and if you are uncertain about how you are going to stick to your resolutions in 2016, remember…

“The only want to get there is to know where you are going.”

Peace and love in your homes,

Jay North

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The History of Environmentalism and Chemtrails

By Jay North

Dating back to 1962, when Rachel Carson penned the groundbreaking environmental science book Silent Spring, the public has gradually been awakening to the truth surrounding harmful chemicals.But if we hope to secure a safer and healthier future for our children, we still have a long way to go.

The physical harm resulting from certain heavy metals and chemicals has been reported in the mainstream media, and few people can deny the amount of air pollutants poisoning our air, but information about chemical trails or “chemtrails” have long been scoffed at and considered to be the territory of conspiracy theorists, rather than educated scientists.

Silent Spring took Carson a total of four years to complete, and included very extensive research involving the use of pesticides on birds and amphibians. Carson accused the chemical industry of deliberately misleading the public about the effects their products had on various species, including human beings.

She posited that many of the environmental problems taking place in the late 1950s and early 1960s were caused by synthetic chemicals and were not, as many believed, simply a natural occurrence. Of course, a similar situation is at play right now, with many conservatives denying that climate change has been worsened by the use of chemicals.

In spite of the backlash that Carson received from the pesticide industry for speaking out about the controversy, the book ignited passion in many ordinary Americans. It sold over two million copies. For the first time in history, the scientific community was unable to hide the truth about harmful chemicals.

In 1999, paranormal radio talk show host Art Bell began promoting the idea that the innocuous-looking chemical trails left behind by aircrafts were actually made up of a deadly mixture of chemicals.

Award-winning journalist William Thomas has become a well-known figure in the conspiracy theory community for his work uncovering secret information about chemtrails. He has appeared on George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM discussing his book Chemtrails Confirmed, which hypothesizes that many different kinds of law enforcement employees are well aware of the chemtrail conspiracy and seek to keep it hidden from the public.

Thomas’ book includes interviews with police officers, U.S. marines, airline pilots, air traffic controllers, and tanker crews that confirm that chemtrails are used for malicious purposes, and that the government willingly oversaw a project that ensured that chemtrails would spread harmful diseases to unsuspecting citizens.

Research suggests that Congressmen approved the use of chemical agents in military jet fuel that leaves long-lasting chemtrails in the sky. It seems likely that this is specifically occurring in highly populated areas worldwide.

Many people in areas with high amounts of air traffic have observed planes flying overhead, leaving behind thick chemical trails that linger for far longer than the contrails emitted by average passenger planes. They have also reported strange symptoms, such as fatigue, lethargy, aching joints, breathing difficulties, and a “sick” taste in their mouths, which appear to be related to their proximity to chemtrails.

In February 1999, Bell was inspired by Thomas’ interest in chemtrails and took it upon himself to conduct some amateur research himself. He claims to have ventured into the fields beyond his Pahrump, Nevada home to examine the aerial spraying left behind by planes. He reported an unexplained illness soon after.

Although Thomas and Bell were the first to publicly discuss this topic, it is clear that Americans have been paranoid about chemtrails since the 1970s and even earlier. It makes sense, considering the success of Silent Spring and the gradual increase in public concern for the environment in the last fifty years.

Over the past fifteen years, since chemtrail suspicion since took hold of the American public, the theory has only gathered more and more followers.

Today there is undeniable proof the chemtrails are detrimental to all live forms on planet. It is common knowledge throughout the world that chemtails are deadly poisons. So, one might ask one’s self why do they continue to blot out the sky’s and who benefits by its use. This writer believes these aerial attracts upon humanity and all living things needs to come to an end. Write political leaders throughout the world and tell them to stop killing people, now.

Jay North

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Former President Theodore Roosevelt was vehemently opposed to hyphenating Americans, whether they were American by birth or had become naturalized. In fact, it was a well-known fact that he was extremely anti-hyphen, and the media frequently publicized several of his speeches against the intentional division of the races in the United States.

In a speech given at a Knights of Columbus hall on Columbus Day 1915, Roosevelt made his position clear. He stated that:

“There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. When I refer to hyphenated Americans, I do not refer to naturalized Americans. Some of the very best Americans I have ever known were naturalized Americans, Americans born abroad. But a hyphenated American is not an American at all […] The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic […] There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.”

Roosevelt’s audience was made up primarily of Irish and German Catholics, many of whom sympathized with the plight of their home countries during World War I and caused suspicion among their U.S.-born peers who believed that due to their hyphens, they could never be truly loyal to America alone.

Roosevelt himself made it clear that he did not disapprove of naturalization, and welcomed immigrants of a variety of ethnic backgrounds. He saw the benefits of naturalization and recognized that one did not need to be born on American soil to love and respect the country. Clearly some great shift has taken place in the many years since Roosevelt gave this passionate speech, since we now not only view immigrants with suspicion, but cannot even accept an American-born black person as a full American!

President Woodrow Wilson was similarly distressed by the term “hyphenated American.” His belief was that Any man who carries a hyphen about with him carries a dagger that he is ready to plunge into the vitals of this Republic whenever he gets ready.” While this statement might seem overly reactionary in hindsight, it indicates the fact that by the mid-1910s, when Wilson was in office, the American people had begun to associate the hyphen with disloyalty, treason, and betrayal.

With the threat of war hanging so heavily over our country, Americans at this time wanted to feel certain that they were standing as one, rather than as a divided nation. Those who appeared unwilling to leave behind their foreign loyalties were often the first to be singled out.

Today, cultural differences continue to thrive in many communities throughout the U.S. For example, most large cities have neighborhoods primarily occupied by people of one particular ethnic background. Certainregions and states have higher percentages of Hispanics, blacks, Asians, and those of Middle Eastern descent.Contrary to Roosevelt’s prediction that naturalized Americans would have to cease celebrating their heritage in order to fully adapt to the American way of life, our country has broadened its horizons and allowed for much diversity.

For many Americans with different ethnic backgrounds, the hyphen has become a way of life in itself, and something to be proud of. Many of us don’t stop to question how it may be directly influencing white Americans’ attitudes towards people of color. But early Americans were aware of the consequences of creating a “hyphen-nation,” and Roosevelt wasn’t the only President who took issue with it. Woodrow Wilson was also outspoken about his dislike of hyphenating American citizens.

The term “hyphenated American” was first used around 1889. Initially, it was not used derogatorily, but as the years went by, American citizens with racial biases took hold of it and gradually, the term began to enforce thesecond-class status of people of color living in the United States.

On August 9, 1899, a political cartoon appeared in the magazine Puck, depicting an image of a disgruntled Uncle Sam standing before a ballot box, frowning disapprovingly as a line of people, all of whom had apparently recently become naturalized, stood waiting to cast their votes. The text read, “Why should I let these freaks cast whole ballots when they are only half Americans?”

By 1915, when Roosevelt gave his Columbus Day speech, it had become a highly controversial term in the eyes of many Americans. By 2015, it is undeniable that it is now an extremely racially charged one, too.

Today, some linguistics experts argue that the term is simply a way of indicating foreign ancestry, and if anyone manages to find a negative racial connotation, they are being overly paranoid. The negative associations have long since been erased, they say, and hyphenating is merely a way of clarifying a person’s heritage. But history tells a different story.

There was a time when many Americans did employ the term to differentiate between what they saw as “real,” full-blooded Americans, and the other.In 1914, a group of Americans formed a “Nordic supremacy” moving, which was headed by Madison Grant, the president of the New York Zoological Society. This ideological movement took hold and spread rapidly after the release of Grant’s book Passing of the Great Race.

A popular view around this time was that the Nordic race was scientifically superior. Racial cleansing and eugenics were better, so-called “nationalists” claimed, for the fate of humanity as a whole.

This basic ideology encouraged racial prejudice and perhaps began to give communities affected by the wara scientifically legitimate reason to view “hyphenated Americans” with particular suspicion and disdain. And this very same worldview continues to encourage anti-black biases today.

Modern conservatives often point to Roosevelt’s speech as proof that the early Presidents did not wish for the United States to become a diverse, multicultural nation—even though Roosevelt’s opposition to the hyphen had more to do with anxieties about the impending war, and not diversification. He clarified that he was not opposed to naturalization as a general rule, but did not trust immigrants who still felt loyal to the countries of their birth.

According to the Literary Digest, released in October 1915, the hyphen was by far the biggest and most significant political issue of the day. Roosevelt, and to a lesser extent Wilson, saw the American people’s fervor surrounding this subject and attempted to suppress their anxieties about the war.

In the spring of 1916, Roosevelt would again discuss the hyphen in a speech given to an audience in St. Louis, Missouri. He spoke on the issue of what he called “Americanism.” This was the belief that to be a citizen of the U.S., one needed only to encompass the American “soul” and “spirit.”

His speech, now famously entitled “America for Americans,” centered mainly on the importance of maintaining a duty to American needs and leaving behind loyalty to other nations, no matter where you were born or raised. During wartime, this seemed reasonable to many people, although many others still believed that they had a right to divided loyalty. As such, they adopted the hyphen in order to carry their heritage with them proudly.

Later, people adopted the phrase “America for Americans” as the slogan used to advertise Roosevelt’s fierce opposition to the hyphen.

In this second speech, Roosevelt made the claim that:

“The children and children’s children of all of us have to live here in this land together. Our children’s children will intermarry, one with another, your children’s children, friends, and mine. They will be the citizens of one country. Even if they wished, they could not remain citizens of foreign countries. The attempt to keep them with a half citizenship, with a divided loyalty, split between devotion to the land in which they were born and in which their children are to dwell, and the land from which their fathers came, will merely mean that they fail to remain citizens of the old-world land and yet do not get the benefit of being citizens of the new-world land. The effort to keep our citizenship divided against itself by the use of hyphen and along the lines of national origin is certain to breed a spirit of bitterness and prejudice and dislike between great bodies of our citizens.”

He also goes on to say that when a foreign-born American returns to their home country, the citizens of that country immediately recognize that they have been Americanized, and as such no longer view them as fully Scandinavian, or fully Italian, or fully French, or fully African.

“The American of German descent who goes to Germany is not looked upon as a German. He is looked upon and treated as a foreigner, as an American; and his ways of thought are different from the ways of thought of the people of the land […] He becomes a man without a country who has forfeited the right to be stirred by the feeling of patriotic devotion to any land, or to have a special and peculiar kinship with any people. The American birthright is the birthright of all of us; and it is a shame and a disgrace for any man to barter it for so poor a mess of pottage as is implied in that kind of hyphenated citizenship which means that the individual tries to be a half-way citizen of two lands and forfeits the right to be a whole citizen of any land.

When our nation was formed in the stress of the Revolution, it was under the lead of men of many different race strains […] But they were all Americans and nothing else. Their loyalty to this country was whole-hearted and undivided, and they sought to serve only the United States and not any of the countries from which their ancestors had come.”

The resounding idea that all Americans are created equal has been passed down throughout the decades, from generation to generation, until its meaning has become so diluted that many of us say the words without being fully certain what it actually refers to.

If the original intention of “Americanism” was truly to erase our differences and ensure that we all had an equal chance at success in the new world, then it has become distorted unimaginably in the time that has passed since then. Americanism and Nordic supremacy became so intertwined at certain points in history that they were indistinguishable from one another, and today’s white nationalists claim that they are only protecting their ethnic heritage.

We now live in a vastly different socio-political climate than Roosevelt did in 1915. Racial tension is at an all-time high. Reports of police brutality against black Americans indicate without a doubt that prejudice and violence are still commonplace in America. And the hyphenno longer seems to be used as a marker of loyalty to America. Now it is simply used as a signifier, one that says clearly “you are different, no matter if you were born here or not.”

Still, we use it! Contrary to what Roosevelt would have wanted, we continue to use the hyphen, unceasingly, often due to the prevailing belief that we are doing the black community a disservice by not intentionally drawing attention to our otherness.

We are told that we must celebrate our uniqueness and our diversity, while simultaneously adopting a hyphenated name that does not necessarily speak to our own histories. While the U.S. has been built on the strengths of many different ethnic backgrounds, and it is important to recognize the differences in races, calling oneself an African-American without any personal association to Africa isn’t logical.

Roosevelt did make some accurate predictions. He was correct in assuming that the U.S. would become a uniquely multicultural nation, and the descendants of many people in his audience that day probably did end up raising several generations of American-born children who are raising their own children stateside today. Additionally, interracial marriage has become increasingly common, due to the diversity of ethnic backgroundsthat can currently be found throughout the United States.

What Roosevelt failed to predict was how the term “hyphenated American” would change over the course of a century to mean “someone with divided loyalties” to “someone who is different than you.” This is an important distinction to make because many of us continue to use the hyphen without realizing that it is a subtle microaggression.

In certain parts of the country, such as southern California, Hispanics have raised families for generations, and yet are still frequently viewed as outsiders, even though their parents and grandparents were born in the U.S.

I am not referred to as an African-American because I was born in Africa and became a naturalized citizen later in life. On the contrary, Americans like myself are Americans through and through. We are given that particular title in order to establish that we are still second-class citizens, distrusted solely by the color of our skin and not the legitimacy of our birth certificates. The hyphen serves as a very subtle reminder that we will never live up to the standards of the ideal American—that is to say, a white American.

Not to mention, the widespread fear surrounding undocumented immigration has made it increasingly difficult to be certain whether white Americans fear immigration as a whole or simply a certain kind of immigration. Historically, as Roosevelt said, we have not had a problem with immigration. We have, in fact, welcomed it, seen its value, and used it to create a diverse and strong nation made up of the combined strengths of many racial backgrounds.

Near the end of Roosevelt’s May 1916 speech, he described his own personal experiences with naturalized citizens and immigrants who became proud to be Americans:

“Here in this city I could repeat name after name of men of German birth who as American citizens have had distinguished records of intense loyalty to the Union, […] and as patriots.”

The same could be said about Americans today, many of them black, many of them given the label “African-American” as a misguided sign of respect. Most likely, you have black friends, neighbors, and colleagues who, at the back of their minds, see the hyphen and allow it to serve as a reminder that they are different, that they will never be viewed as full Americans, no matter what their personal experiences may be.

The hyphen began in Roosevelt’s day as a way of signifying patriotism. Now it has been twisted into a subtle, seemingly insignificant code word meaning “other” or “different.” Having now lived in the UK as well as the U.S., where the hyphen is unnecessary, I would love to see Americans begin to make a step towards removing it from their vernacular as well.

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Brain Remapping

Dear aspirant,

What the Gods and Goddesses want us to know is that God does certainly dwell within, and with this understanding, you can feel assured that everything is perfect all of the time. What Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, and our beloved DivineMother wanted us to get is that God certainly lives in us all–and that God is good! Our own God consciousness is everything, I will illustrate this completely in this short discourse.

A Western philosopher back in the 1950s once said that “we are all responsible for our own condition,” and there is great freedom and healing available to us all when we realize the depth of that statement. Yes, at first glance, that might be a hard pill to swallow. But I ask only for your patience and a great mystery will reveal itself. This I promise because I believe I finally got what the Gods want us to know.

What I am going to share with you here is that we are certainly what we think–either positively or negatively–and that we are all responsible for our own conditions. Our God consciousness is exactly what our brain thinks about most of the time and thus creates the life we think about most of the time.

This has very little to with heart quality or the soul, but everything to do with the cells in our brains and body. I can tell you this–it’s not hard to change the brain and mind from habitual negative to positive outcomes in our lives. It does not matter! One maybe experiencing ill health, poverty consciousness, offending foes or circumstances; it does not matter. What does matter is brain remapping.

Jesus attempted to teach that God dwelt within and that God wants only miracles in our lives. What all the saints and Gods realized is God consciousness within.

Now, if you are still with me…

Brain remapping is as simple as practicing unceasingly for a short period of time. And just after your first session, you are going experience incredible peace. Brain remapping will become addictive and joyful. The mind has a good time playing tricks on us and does not want a spiritual being to realize who he or she really is and to be in control of one’s life living in harmonious love, peace, and joy. The mind does not want to give up control through negativity. But brain remapping allows one to heal themselves of any malformed thinking and live as God within wants us to.

Just think for a moment. If you really could have everything you really desire,living full life of perfect health, living in joy and harmony and peace with all other sentient beings… would that be acceptable to you? Why, yes, it would!

Brain remapping is exactly what Jesus did in the desert and what you can do right where you are here and now. It will not cost you a thing, and just may create the miracles in your life that it has in mine. I have been on the spiritual path for over forty years, and this realization changed my life forever. No guru was involved; there was no need for prayers or a psychologist telling me how to live my life. No drugs or weed–only a realization that was bound to come sooner or later!

Paramansa Yoganada taught to his disciple’s that self-realization will come with the twenty-eighth thousandth thought. Well, what I believe is; it will come to you immediately and you will have achieved self-realization in thirty days or less.

Brain Remapping Put into Practice

In truth, practicing brain remapping for fifteen minutes, three times per day, will vastly improve one’s health and life in the way that one desire it to. The brain and mind comes, in many humanoids, with predetermined negativity. This has nothing to do with hereditary but everything to do with past lives. One simply needs to pivot past-life energies, let go, and allow miraculous changes to occur.

In the practice of mindful affirmation, one will be amazed at how quickly changes will happen in one’s life. You will notice positive change just after your first session–this I guarantee.

Pivot energies with direction allow negative energies to turn polarity and release them.

Ready? Let’s begin.

Sit quietly as possible in any position of your choosing. Take three deep breaths in and out fully, and relax. When mind activity is raising its loud voice just experienceit and allow it to pass through; no struggle is necessary.

One might want to give the instruction mind quiet to one’s own mind. Keep the mind quiet, and try not to have a definite outcome of your first session but simply allow a healing to take place. Eventually you are going to write you own affirmations, or mantra, as it were, but for now, please allow me to suggest a few.

One last note before you begin–let go of an outcome!

Brain Remapping with Positive Affirmations

This is beneficial for health, reforming life structure, reclaiming your Godhood or Goddesshood, and realization of your innate ability to be who you are and have what you truly desire. During your session, be mindful that God within is good.

Breathe and relax.

Affirm: I am healthy. I am happy. I am whole.

Affirm: I am love. I am peace. I am joy.

Affirm: I am happy. I am healthy. I am wealthy

Affirm:I am perfect, as God within is perfect.

When negativity slips in, allow it to pass through, and return to “I am…”

To many aspirants, the “I am” principle is not new, but what is new is brain remapping. Visualize the brain or mind remapping and insert the “I am” principle directly into all parts of your mind and whole body on a cellular level.

Affirm: I am whole! Just the way I desire.On a cellular level, in capsulated form, and in every cell of the body.

Affirm: I am one with God or Goddess.

Affirm: I am good. I am worthy. I am deserving. I am love.

No doubt, the love principle is the highest order that will bring one out of darkness into light.

Detach from any outcome and simply allow yourself to experience dynamic changes in your life. Needing, wanting, and praying for an occurrence can be a negative reverse vortex, while brain remapping with intention not only can but will change one’s life. If you want the conditions in your life to improve, use brain remapping. And as the ‘50s philosopher said, you are responsible for your own condition and you will be delighted at the outcome. I am God and so are you!

Negativity will slip in because it wants to be in control. Practice brain remapping daily and soon you will be in control, whole, happy, living in perfect love joy and peace.

One final note–we live in a polarized world and society; things happen that may up set one from being in a joyful experience. Simply recognize when this occurs and come back into your center utilizing brain remapping. One can even practice while traveling in a bus, car, train, or plane.

Also, recognize that you are not here to change anyone or anything other than how you choose to experience this life. As Gandhi said, “be the change you want the world to be.” Avoid negative people and circumstance as much as possible for thirty days.

Love, peace, and joy in your house and in all of our Godself lives.

If you find that this principle and practice has been helpful, please let me know after thirty days of practice. And if you should feel thankful, please help support my work at oneglobepress.com.

With deep gratitude,

Jay North

Jay’s ghostwriting sample

Protecting the environment and the public from the dangers of Asbestos

By Bruce Kirby ghostwritten by Jay North

There is no question that the water infrastructure in the United States is aging to the point of needing major repairs. However, there is more than just money standing in the way of making the necessary upgrades to the nation’s water delivery system. It’s asbestos.

When the water infrastructure was initially built, experts surmise that up to 200,000 miles of asbestos cement was used to bridge the gap when steel wasn’t readily available. In the 1940s, little was known about the dangers of asbestos use and civil engineers readily embraced the use of this strong, durable and readily available composite to help supply water to burgeoning suburban areas.

Today, engineers surmise that approximately 15% of the water that currently flows throughout the U.S., with higher concentrations in the western portions of the country due to the extremely fast population growth experienced in this region, is carried by asbestos cement mains. Asbestos cement, when installed, had an expected lifespan of between 50-80 years, and many of the existing mains are reaching their maximum useful lives. However, getting them replaced isn’t as easy as it sounds.

Current regulations that govern the use and replacement of asbestos cement water pipes are vague, at best. In most cases, governing bodies really aren’t sure what to do with the existing mains and the latest scientific data isn’t offering any clues.

Lack of guidelines

The EPA is considered the prevailing authority on how to handle potentially dangerous compounds. However, in the case of asbestos cement, even the EPA isn’t offering any real guidance on what to do to replace and dispose of these water mains. Instead, they are leaving the responsibility in the hands of local governments.

The issue at hand at the local level is that regulations can vary from state to state and even between regulatory agencies within a given state. California, for example, has 19 different agencies with a stake in deciding how to handle asbestos cement pipes, each with their own opinions and levels of stringency attached.

One method for removing older, asbestos cement pipes uses a method known as pipe bursting. The asbestos pipes are broken while still underground. The cavity is widened and a new pipe is pulled into place. Some states interpret EPA regulations as a ban on pipe bursting while others interpret it to mean that contractors simply have to be licensed in proper asbestos handling before they can remove asbestos cement pipes.

The main crux behind the lack of uniform guidance simply points towards a lack of solid data regarding the impact that asbestos cement pipes will have on the environment as they are being replaced. Obviously, asbestos has been shown to have a major health and safety risk when used in other applications and until there is solid data available that shows that asbestos cement won’t pose a large health or environmental impact when removed, those left with the responsibility of replacing it will continue to struggle with finding a solution.

Collecting data

The good news is that there have been efforts to begin to collect the kind of data that has the ability to provide insight into the potential environmental impacts of pipe bursting or other asbestos cement pipe removal/replacement methods.

Samples of soil, air and water have been collected from sites that have experienced pipe bursting in order to determine the level of asbestos contamination that may exist. And the results are promising.

The current study is expected to reach completion this year and the hope of many local regulators is that the findings will produce more solid federal guidance with regard to the proper way to handle the replacement of asbestos cement piping. It is this guidance that engineers and contractors are looking for when it comes to better understanding the risks associated with AC pipe rehabilitation and offering them a “best practice” for replacing the aging pipe.

And, while federal research is ongoing, local municipalities are being encouraged to conduct independent testing in order to receive approval for urgent rehabilitation projects that simply cannot wait for federal guidance. These projects can be conducted on a much smaller scale, under 260 linear feet per year, in order to conduct testing and fully understand the impacts that rehabilitation is having on the environment surrounding the mains being replaced.

This approach will take time but will offer additional data to the EPA and other regulatory bodies in order to help guide the development of future policies regarding the removal and disposal of asbestos cement pipes while protecting public health.

Contact Bruce Kirby:

Kirby Environmental

Contact Jay North your new ghostwriter at 805-794-9126 or jaysbookshere@gmail.com

Come into Sacred Ceremony

With Jay and Leonard J. Mountain Chief

Leonard said, “One day all people everywhere will come to know who they are. They will realize their own strength and power and be able to give loving service through their newfound knowledge and personal power.”

He said that people already know this and that they either mask this inner wisdom or have somehow managed to forget who they truly are. “People act in funny ways when they are not being their true selves,” he said and laughed out loud.

Leonard said that we are all leaders, writers, and artists; we are all mothers and fathers, teachers and healers. To Leonard there was nothing more important than people knowing who they are and what their true calling, or purpose for life, is.

“Come into scared ceremony,” Leonard called. “Retrieve your soul, and never be shrouded in mystery again. Carry with you a hand drum, a shaker, sage, and a gift offering.

“Deep in those mountains, there is a valley. It has been sacred to our people for thousands of years and holds great medicine power unknown to most. Some of your people may not even recognize the power as they sit on this land,” he said.

“Walk in, come to sacred ceremony in reverence and silence as you approach this valley. Ask the ancestors’ permission to be there. Give praise and thanksgiving to the Creator for providing such a wondrous place. Take with you a valued possession and offer it as a sacred gift. Build an altar and chant a prayer. It does not matter in what language,” Leonard said. “The Creator hears all languages.

“As you near the center of the valley, find your spot or the place you feel most comfortable, lay a blanket, and sit. Quiet your mind. Do not speak until it is time. Call in the ancestors and the great ones to be at your side and welcome their presence. Sit quietly for as long as you can. Light the sage, and with its smoke, bless this place, the surroundings, yourself, and whoever entered with you.

“Drum the drum song, chant and sing, and allow the Great Spirit to take over sacred ceremony. Allow Him to do the talking through you as you ask, ‘Who am I?’  It does not matter if you are unsure of the words that come, let them come. Dance, sing, and chant. If you have located running water and it is nearby, use your hands to scoop up the water to wash your face and head. Ask for purification. Continue to wash until you are cleansed. Continue. Allow the words to come. Be not concerned about whose words they are; be not concerned about your brain or any other apparent distraction, and simply ask.

“Now, ask again, ‘Who am I?  Who am I?  What is my reason for being here?’  Allow the great one to speak and you listen,” Leonard advised.

“Some may need to go into the sweat lodge to help find these answers. Others may need to fast for several days. Some may need to climb the sacred mountain and stay on top for a week or more. Others will find it necessary to live the teepee life alone for an entire year to discover who they are and why they are here. No one is exempt from knowing these answers,” said Leonard. “Money will not buy the desired result, drugs will only mask the way, and many therapists are of no value. Only the Great One can help reveal this and He does so through sacred ceremony.

“The only way for one to know is to ask, look, and be silent.

“Sacred ceremony is for anyone who chooses to know. It is not for the coward, for once one knows who they are and their reason for being, they will find they must take action in their lives and this may require drastic changes. This is not an easy way and the lazy will not attempt this path at all,” he said.

“Come into sacred ceremony,” Leonard called, “all the answers will be revealed there.”

“This is not a once in a lifetime action. All mysteries are not revealed all at one time. No,” Leonard said, “it is continuous. It is a process for your full development as a human being here in this place and the unfoldment of your soul. It takes patience and persistence. Remember this,” he continued, “just when you think you have gone as far as you can and you’re just too tired to go on and feel like giving up, that is when the mysteries will reveal themselves to you. There are many mysteries that will unfold during ceremony, and that is what makes this a process a lifelong journey.”

Leonard said, “Once I had a young man come to me crying, ‘I am going insane, Leonard, what do I do?’  I replied, ‘Dive deep into the pool of insanity. That is the only way for you to transcend it. That is your ceremony. There is no other way.’

“To walk the Red Path takes courage and determination. Never take the weak or half-hearted into sacred ceremony; you will only waste your energy,” said Leonard.

“When one comes out of ceremony with newfound knowledge, they often cry in gratitude and want to offer a gift to the leader of ceremony. If you lead, never turn down the gift; you would only take away their appreciation and accomplishments,” said Leonard. “For now they know who they are and know they know their path. Now they can fully love themselves and their neighbors. No one has told them this. No unwanted advice was given; no special training was required. Their own knowing and willingness to do ceremony has given them the knowledge that so many crave and no one can ever take that away.

“Never go into sacred ceremony lightheartedly,” he insisted, “You can only enter with reverence, in silence, and with appreciation in your heart and love for the Great One.”

Leonard could not stress enough the respect we must demonstrate for sacred ceremony and the appreciation we must show. To always praise the Creator and give thanks in deep appreciation is of paramount importance to The People of the Blackfeet Nation.

In a casual world, we no longer approach things with the reverence they deserve. Are we afraid of being serious? “Perhaps,” said Leonard. Maybe we would be well served to ponder the seriousness of our lives, to focus on our health, our path and the welfare of others. Laughter, it is said, is the best medicine, and no one enjoyed a good laugh more than Leonard. But he was not afraid to give any situation the reverence it called for. “It is basic human respect,” he said, “there is no other way.”

Leonard said, “They may take our land, they may destroy my body, but they can never take away my real life and knowing who I am.”

Leonard was a great man, huge in spirit, quiet in demeanor and a pure joy to be with. And still is very much today.

From Jays book, Open Spaces; My life With Leonard J. Mountain Chief