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Location: Georgia
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Im walking the line..w/Passive solar/hydro electric /earthbag dome home.. wishing to purchase a couple acres in the blue ridge...there is alot about me not sure where to start..everyone like labels so here we go...Im full blooded Native American i have been here a year in Georgia...i own EcoBlends..I am going to run my company off hydro....the rest of this i have copy/pasted from myspace..lol
      Renewable Energy, Bio diesel, solar power and like minded people- Focused on the Pesticide Industry- My vision is to be a Stewart to the Plant Kingdom and rid the planet of toxic pesticides, specifically pyrethroids/ organophosphorus pesticides-These chemicals are applied to crops, buildings, ornamental plants and lawns. Agricultural uses include field applications on corn, cotton, canola, alfalfa, produce and nuts. Exterminators use OP pesticides in residential and commercial structures, and certain pest control products for cats and dogs contain organophosphorus compounds
      Haven't seen Public TV since 1997 ........
      Kill your television ~~~~ a good movie as long as it has no neg.impressions ~~ ~~~~~~ Thoughts manifest ~~~ think good thoughts ~~~~~~ As in heaven (your own mind), so on earth (in your body and environment).,
      Non-Fiction Rocks.............reference books.. Love to get my hands on a Mayan herb book, did you know 1/2 of 1% of 286 species of plants are used in today's medicine.. a shame.... My favorite outta my extensive library - David Stewart- The Chemistry of Essential Oils an his other Healing oils of the Bible. I also admire Kurt Schnaubelt - The Science of Essential Oils a must have is his Advanced Aromatherapy. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy. The Lost book of Enoch. Anything and Everything by Leonard Horowitz and Robert Ghost Wolf. Audio and paperback I need positive affirmations so I rely upon David Reynolds. and Ambika Wauters - Book of Chakras has the best affirmations!! last but not least!! Science and the Akashic Field- this books transcends the vision of Darwin, Newton, Einstein, quantum pioneers an guru scientists.
      all those who have a conscious and bring good to the whole
I would love to meet someone who is of same nature..a devastatingly Knowledgeable handsome Man..yum
Ouch must mention I dont tolerate plastic.. consumerizm..t.v..gossip..wal-mart.GMO's and idiots and i love weed.
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Location: East Grand Forks, Minnesota
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Wow, you know I have been looking through online resources about the original ingredients of Holy Oil listed in the Old Testament. I hate TV too, the news is full of negativity and plenty of lies.

I feel that I am much on the same page, I love cannabis too

Cant say whether I am devastatingly handsome or not but I have a never ending thirst for nature's infinite gifts to us all. Im in Minnesota so it wouldnt be exaclty a hop-skip and a jump to say hi.

All of those books you listed are definitely reading material right up my alley
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