A book is out on Amazon already on the Maui fires: Fire and Fury: The Story of the 2023 Maui Fire and its Implications for Climate Change Kindle Edition by
The situation is similar to the Paris shootings, where an account of events appeared in Wikipedia, complete with comments from the French President, within two hours of the incident. (2)
The intent is clearly to link the fire to “climate change,” to fix and control the narrative. The blurb establishes that story line, fixing attention on climate change as the fire’s cause:
Fire and Fury: The Story of the Maui Fire and its Implications for Climate Change is a gripping and eye-opening account of one of the most devastating wildfires in Hawaii’s history, and how it reveals the urgent need to address the global climate crisis. The book chronicles the events of August 8-11, 2023, when a massive fire swept across the island of Maui, fueled by drought, heat, and hurricane winds. The book describes the harrowing experiences of the people who lived through the fire, as well as the heroic efforts of the firefighters and rescuers who battled the flames. (3) (My emphasis.)
Firefighters and other rescue workers were prevented from doing their work. People were prevented from leaving Maui or bringing supplies in. Everything about the fire’s physical details point to directed-energy weapons and not some sort of natural occurrence.
How much more misery will it take to wake the sleeping up?
Meanwhile, the Southern Border is seeing thousands and thousands of people, with all kinds of intentions, flooding in. One commentator said it was easier to adopt a child from HHS at the border than to adopt a cat.
More comes from every direction – chemtrails acting as an accelerant, “wildfires” in the North of Canada, more people dying vaccine deaths, etc.
How heart-rending it all is.
Where is a country where the government is not attacking its people?
I breathe in the overwhelm I feel. As I do so, I feel dizzy and am glad I’m sitting down.
My heart is heavy. This feeling of overwhelm makes it difficult to breathe love up from my heart.
I recognize this feeling of overwhelm as the blanket of fog that allows me to not go crazy reflecting on the collective misery in the world caused by the deep state. Hindus call this fog “thamas.” A synonym for it is lethargy. (3)
In this case it functions to mitigate the amount of sorrow I let in or out. It’s acting as a coping mechanism.
I now feel, not deep sorrow and overwhelm, but a manageable sadness. I can carry on in my daily life carrying this amount of sadness. It tinges into gloom.
The sadness is heavy enough that all I can do is sit and feel it. I ask myself: How much longer, O Lord?
(1) At https://www.amazon.com/Fire-Fury-Implications-Climate-Change-ebook/dp/B0CFCTLXJJ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1
(2) “Wikipedia has Full Coverage of Paris Massacre Less than Two Hours after the Event,”
(3) “Feeling despair, I next feel heavy, lethargic. This is the guna or cosmic force of thamas and it ‘rests’ on me like a smothering blanket. All initiatives die when this feeling state sets in. Everything goes to hell in a handbasket.” (Steve Beckow, “Reminiscence Interrupted – Part 2/2,”