7 June 2016 Beth Moon ancient tree photography, Dependent ID’s at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth and Keshe Foundation

Hello all, hope you are well today.  Today is going to be a stay inside kind of day for me, my allergies are really bad today.   We had clear blue skies for about one or so days and now it’s that brown and white haze that is dimming the sun.  I have been seeing a lot of “trails” up there that seem to linger a really long time and expand out to make long cloud formations.  Is that how seeding works or is that something else?  Anyhew…not going into that tirade today.  If I go out, a breathing mask it is!  Thank you brother Mark for sending us those a couple of years ago….they’ve gotten a lot of use ever since!

On to positive nature stuff!

I was delighted to be introduced to the awe-inspiring work of  nature photographer Beth Moon yesterday.  Her photos of some of the oldest trees on the planet in particular:

Ancient Trees: Woman Spends 14 Years Photographing World’s Oldest Trees

photo by Beth Moon

photo by Beth Moon

Ancient Trees: Woman Spends 14 Years Photographing World’s Oldest Trees

“Beth Moon, a photographer based in San Francisco, has been searching for the world’s oldest trees for the past 14 years. She has traveled all around the globe to capture the most magnificent trees that grow in remote locations and look as old as the world itself.

“Standing as the earth’s largest and oldest living monuments, I believe these symbolic trees will take on a greater significance, especially at a time when our focus is directed at finding better ways to live with the environment” writes Moon in her artist statement.

Sixty of Beth Moon’s duotone photos were published in a book titled “Ancient Trees: Portraits Of Time”. Here you can have a sneak preview of the book, full of strangest and most magnificent trees ever.”

http://bethmoon.com/ – link to her main website

This morning we drove out to the naval air station joint reserve base at Fort Worth to try and renew Kyle’s tan dependent ID card and I wished we had called first!  We tried to make an appointment online but my virus software didn’t like their page sooooo….yeah we call next time!  They were out of tan ID’s for dependents so be sure to call first!  He’s enrolled in DEERS, so there shouldn’t be any problems but I don’t like him having an expired ID.


Visitor Control Center (VCC) – from paper they gave us at front desk

1304 Military Parkway C: (817) 782-5244

West Worth TX 76127 F: (817) 782-3950

Hours of Operations Tues-Saturday 0730-1600 (4 pm) Excluding Federal Holidays.  Note: Walk-in cut off hours are dependent upon the number of appointments, customers currently awaiting service, or other services.  (they say on website cut-off for walk-ins is 1500 hrs (3 p.m).

They said the next available appointment wasn’t like until July.  So we’ll be calling before we go again and take our chances with the walk-in!

This is the website for appointments but like I said, my virus software wouldn’t even let me access it: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil


I wanted to touch base with the folks who have been coming to my page for information on Keshe Foundation technology.  Much of what I have posted is very dated so I thought I would remedy that today!   As it turns out, they are having or had a workshop today (18th International Knowledge Seekers Workshop) and I have linked video for you.

As I’ve mentioned before….I haven’t been keeping up with the workshops  but I have been checking in on things with the Golden Age of GANS  and Keshe Foundation Australia Public Group Facebook pages.  From what I can see from the main Keshe Foundation page this morning, things are going extremely well!   I’m so proud and excited for all concerned!  It’s working!  I know from my own personal dabblings….it works for me and those I’ve shared it with.  When my friend Erin was here last month, she was doing a lot of itching from bug bites on her arms so I asked if I could try something.  I took one of my vials of GANS and ran it up and down her arm and she felt the hairs on her arm stand up and she got a little relief.  My hope is for our focus of moving beyond the fuel sources of the past will expand to the point of complete reality.  What we focus on gains power….literally.

Thank you Mr. Keshe and all the brave pioneers out there bringing the dream of wireless energy to life – not to mention alternative food and medicine!  What’s amazing is many of you, like me, are working out of kitchen, garage or  backyard labs!  I love seeing the range of experiments going on from the very mechanically based to almost completely organic or in some cases spiritual in nature.

It’s all about understanding energy — everything is energy!  Each of us and everything we share this existence with has it’s own energy signature….it’s own “energy fingerprint” (resonance/frequency level).   Try closing your eyes and placing your hand near a plant and then move it away…..can you feel the difference?  Now do the same thing but with two different plants or even objects.  Can you tell the difference?  What I’ve noticed is even the strength of the energy signal can be different from one plant/human/animal/inanimate object even if they are the same “type.”

Here are the most current links for the main Keshe Foundation and Golden Age of Gans (Facebook) web pages.



18th International Knowledge Seekers Workshop June 7, 2016 at 2:00 pm CET


I am noticing a lot of hot glue constructs for a new battery source design I want to say?  I started working with it as an experiment last year when I was making wire Merkaba’s.


Much love and light from my Universe to yours today!


2 comments on “7 June 2016 Beth Moon ancient tree photography, Dependent ID’s at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth and Keshe Foundation

  1. How bad that you have to wait nearly a whole month now :o( I would love to search for the oldest tree and I love this kind of photography… it is something of the good things we can do …

    • We will get in sooner just by doing the walk-in thing versus that July apt lol! It will be ok and I love this kind of photography too! I’m glad to know there are people like Beth out in the world making sure our natural beauty is recorded in such a lovely way! Love to you all! Hope your getting some dry days now after all the rain – sunny here.

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