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Almost Sunrise follows two Iraq veterans, Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson, both tormented by depression for years after they returned home and pushed to the edge of suicide. The two embark on an extraordinary journey - a 2,700 mile walk across the country from Wisconsin to California, in order to reflect on their haunting experiences of war and to ultimately, save themselves. Follow Tom and Anthony on their healing journey and learn how Project Welcome Home Troops (PWHT) Power Breath Meditation workshop is reaching Veterans & their families & transforming lives.

"Research by Stanford University & the University of Wisconsin-Madison, published in 2014, shows that breathing-based meditation, specifically  

Sudarshan Kriya yoga, which is used by Project Welcome Home Troops & was chosen for its effectiveness at reducing PTSD symptoms among tsunami survivors, according to the study- reduced PTSD symptoms in U.S. veterans who served in Iraq & Afghanistan."

Watch this humbling and inspiring documentary, a testament to the transformative power of 'Sudarshan Kriya', the resilience of the human spirit and the post-war journey to one's Self !!



Check your local PBS listings for air times.


Every Moment is New!


Every single nano-second of our day is new. We are all self-correcting little human computers of light waves emulating the firmaments above our heads and I like it! I haven’t had the time to update the techno side of things. For example remote driven trucks are coming soon. Thus the last place we have a true blue collar job that could send a child to college and expand the lineage will be downsized immediately.


We have to think of how we are expanding things. Unless we simply plan on welfare taking care of people until we can legally kill off the excess labor force with bad food and pharmaceuticals. But that is a sad tale of woe that we have a chance to change, which brings me to my next point.


I have started another website. It’s dedicated solely to literature. It is where the books I have written will be listed and sold. Now some are sweet metaphysical tales and others are hard core savory reality tales of extreme spiritual struggle and others yet are simply the reality of living in the flesh in these times, but they are all heartfelt.


So starting in November, when the new site www.michelelamar.com launches (It’s still under construction.) I will be writing a blog for this site only three times a week—Monday, Wednesday and Friday’s, however on Tuesdays and Thursdays I will write a blog for the author’s site. Those for the author’s site will do with creating; whether it be with words or paint or sound or light or earth and mineral- all creation will be given light on that site.


So my friends, chchchanges are coming!


Feel you all in cyberspace!



P.S. Please know this site was designed for the community. Meaning I had wished all of our inputs involved so if there is something you would like to say, I would love to post it!


A Compassionate View



Simon Sinek on the millennial generation




The Pros and Cons of Cryptocurrency


Bitcoin is a worldwide cryptocurrency and digital payment system called the first decentralized digital currency, since the system works without a central repository or single administrator. The system is peer-to-peer, and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called a blockchain.


Besides being created as a reward for mining, bitcoin can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. As of February 2015, over 100,000 merchants and vendors accepted bitcoin as payment. Bitcoin can also be held as an investment. According to research produced by Cambridge University in 2017, there are 2.9 to 5.8 million unique users using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin. On 1 August 2017 bitcoin split into two derivative digital currencies, the classic bitcoin (BTC) and the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) ~Wikipedia


Like with the world, bitcoin trading is temporarily at a standstill. China has banned the cryptocurrency and it has thrown the entire digital currency world for a bit for a loop.


My biggest question on the trading system established in 2009 by the unknown one that calls himself, "Satoshi Nakamoto" (or could they be a group of programmers) if we need permission from governments to trade then how does this make it any different than another banking system?


So I decided to do some pros and cons of the bitcoin trade.



1.non bank regulated

2.moniterred participations

3. algorithim exact

4.trust , elite, direct with peers


1.government regulated

2.  slightly designed like a pyramid - meaning limitation to numbers

3. money laundering


I don’t know, it seems kinda like an elite stock to me. It is being regulated and designed to accommodate the security systems of most governments, which makes it open to corruption. It will support the sex and drug trade by allowing legal laundering practices. However it will allow small non-traditional legal operations to work without government interference, (ie. Those natural remedies the FDA has been blocking from the community or the ability to trade in foreign currency...)


On the whole I am still out on digital currency however I will purchase some to have some hands on experience. But my belief is that any monetary system seems archaic and soon will be obsolete. If money is a means for exchanging energy why not simply record the exchanges of said energy and forego all the hoopla and glorification.


Finally a baker will have the same worth as the banker—maybe more. Most people eat bread (gluten or non) daily but how often do you go to the bank. Now the banker will be honored for his honest participation to our lives. Now that’s worth something!


Here’s to acknowledging all life’s worth!




What's new? Well Mi, That's Who!


It’s ready. Yes I know I had wanted my Author’s site to be ready and up for perusing by the solar eclipse but I just couldn’t make that happen. However The Mermuring Maiden, did get released on Amazon on that day. (Thank you, dear Archway universe for making a superstitious author’s dream come true.)


Not only is the innocent first in The Maiden series being released, my long short story Weird and Wonderful and the dark spiritual journey called A Soloist’s Aside will be released by the end of this month as well. I will have them all posted with excerpts on CosmiChange’s store page soon, however I must warn you the last two are savory not sweet treats.


So until I finish my author’s website and update this site’s store (remember when this site crashed, yikes) here is a link to the book on Amazon. Happy reading folks!



The Mermuring Maiden: A Novel by [Michele Lamar Richards]



Heather Ann and Factualized Trusts


What if upon incarnating you were given an account with more than enough prosperity to get you through this school called Earth? What if there is a Universal Bank that has guaranteed that? What if they started to arrest Lightworker’s who expose this. Now I have to agree with daniel dowd who wondered if a 6 dollar bologna sandwich would cost 6,000 dollars if everyone had millions in the bank. Would this devalue money as a whole?


Frankly I don’t care about money. I care that everyone is validated and have what they need to bring in their God-given gift they inherited to this world in this lifetime. No one should feel less a being than what they are. No thing should not be honored for it carries an energetic frequency. I care that Universal law is being upheld.


So please think about how we are going to be our own architects so we may build this world in a most divine image of unique wonder. Research and get factualized. You are that you are! A free being!



Why do 2,000-year-old Roman piers survive to this day? 


It is a mystery that continues to baffle modern engineers. Why do 2,000-year-old Roman piers survive to this day, yet modern concrete seawalls embedded with steel crumble within decades? Even Pliny the Elder, writing in Naturalis Historia in 79AD, noted that concrete structures in ancient harbours, ‘become a single stone mass, impregnable to the waves, and every day stronger,’ despite being constantly battered by seawater.


Now scientists in the US think they have found the answer, and it could finally lead to modern sea defences which withstand time and tide. They discovered that when saltwater mixes with the volcanic ash and lime used by Roman builders, it leads to the growth of interlocking minerals, which bring a virtually impenetrable cohesion to concrete.


Roman engineers made concrete by mixing volcanic ash with lime and seawater to make a mortar, and then added chunks of volcanic rock. The combination of ash, water, and lime produces what is called a pozzolanic reaction, named after the city of Pozzuoli in the Bay of Naples, triggering the formation of crystals in the gaps of the mixture as it sets. The same reaction happens in nature, and clumps of natural cement called ‘tuffs’ can be found scattered around volcanic areas, which is probably what gave the Romans the idea.

LOOK HERE TOO! Our local environmental university NAU has gotten into the game as well. Check it out!

(To read the full article please go to http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/07/03/secret-roman-concrete-survived-tidal-battering-2000-years-revealed/ )

By Sarah Knapton Science Editor of The Telegraph. Thank you Sarah!


CO2 turns into solid stone when pumped into the ground


As we continue to have the “discussion” about climate control in political forum of the US, science is pushing on to find ways to actually do something about it. In a report from Science, researchers have discovered a new way to possibly lock away carbon dioxide beneath the earth.

The idea here is that you can capture CO2 directly from power plants and storing it beneath the earth by injecting it right into volcanic rock. Doing this causes a reaction to occur that turns the CO2 into new carbonate materials, a process that has been sped up to under two years. While the technology comes at a price, it’s really nice to know that once corporations and governments come around to really getting serious about climate change, there are some options for moving forward.


Thank you Paste Magazine! www.pastemagazine.com

LOOK HERE TOO! Our local environmental university NAU has gotten into the game as well. Check it out!

Flagstaff geoscientist unlocks secrets of indestructible Roman concrete Charles Q. Choi Contributor Jul 8, 2017



Nearly Eternal Data Storage Method Discovered

Everything degrades eventually, and there is no way to store data on one device for truly extended periods of time. But that may no longer be true due to a discovery made by the University of Southampton. Scientists have successfully used nano-structured glass to create a process for recording and retrieving data. The storage device is a small glass disk about the size of an American quarter that can hold 360TB of data and remain intact up to 1,000°C. This means that its average shelf life when held at room temperature would be approximately 13.8 billion years (Roughly the same amount of time the universe has existed).

Data is written on the device using an ultrafast laser via short and intense light pulses. Each file is written in three layers of nanostructured dots that are only 5 micrometers apart. When read, the data is realized in five dimensions: the three dimensional position of the nanostructured dots as well as their size and orientation.

Thank you listverse.com!


Dragonfly 44 is a galaxy made up entirely of dark matter


(*Don't worry Doctor Strange already took care of that bad guy for you and remember folks that there is nothing in God's heavens that is bad for you if you are aligned with creation's light)


Discovered by the Dragonfly Telephoto Array just last year, the Dragonfly 44 is an ultra diffuse galaxy in the Coma Cluster that emits only one percent of the light that the Milky Way produces (and is nearly 330 million light years from Earth). Despite the fact that it has very few stars, the Dragonfly 44 is as massive as our own galaxy. All of that seems strange enough in itself.


But new research from the _Astrophysical Journal Letters asserts that the galaxy might in fact be made up of 99.99 percent dark matter. Add to that the fact that we don’t even really know what dark matter truly is—and it’s enough to make your brain hurt. But either way, this gives astronomers much more to work with in the study of what dark matter is and why it exists.

Wanna read more? Go to Pastemagazine.com Just remember dark is a shade like light is so let's unify binary opposite thinking and use the whole enchilada! Ole!


Why are we still patenting inventions that don't decompose within the lifetime of the inventor or even his lineage's lifetimes? Why are we not giving incentives to those discoveries that work with the environment? Human answer - nature replenishes itself and lives in harmony so working with it is not as profitable as working against it. What else is new. 

Well here is something that will make your heart hopeful. This new method could reduce environmental impact of extracting metals from raw materials and post-consumer electronics.


A team of chemists in Canada has developed a way to process metals without using toxic solvents and reagents.

The system, which also consumes far less energy than conventional techniques, could greatly shrink the environmental impact of producing metals from raw materials or from post-consumer electronics.

"At a time when natural deposits of metals are on the decline, there is a great deal of interest in improving the efficiency of metal refinement and recycling, but few disruptive technologies are being put forth," says Jean-Philip Lumb, an associate professor in McGill University's Department of Chemistry. "That's what makes our advance so important."

Thank you Eureka Alert!


( To read the entire article here's their link!)



My heart hurts, my eyes are burning and my nerves are being agitated by whatever they are pummeling us with over our airwaves.



What Is Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering And Why Is It So Dangerous?

Stratospheric aerosol geoengineering is a primary term for the ongoing global climate modification programs being conducted by major powers around the world. "Aerosols" is simply a term for a microscopic particle that is suspended in the air. A primary stated goal of the geoengineering programs is to provide a "solar shield" to slow "runaway climate change"  by spraying tens of millions of tons of highly toxic metal nano particulates (a nanometer is 1/1,000,000,000 of a meter) into the atmosphere from jet aircraft. Is the spraying only for solar radiation management? Based on available data, there are a number of known objectives including but not limited to SRM, weather warfare, over the horizon radar enhancement, controlling food production, and probable biological testing. There are likely many more aspects and agendas related to the atmospheric spraying which we can not yet know.


Thank you geoengineeringwatch.org I’m hoarse from screaming about this.


Okay time to get on my knees and call on the Air elementals to help clear this stuff out.


With great love for our planet,




What’s new? Well love is always a right answer!
Here’s some love, folks!
And for more information on crystal healings with the best, write me and I will contact my-lady of light Kathleen for you!


The Ocean Clean UP


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NASA announced it’s discovered seven new Earth-sized planets and at least three of them could potentially support life. All of the planets orbit TRAPPIST-1, an ultra-cool dwarf star roughly the size of Jupiter. The system TRAPPIST is located in the Aquarius constellation, less than 40 light years from us. To hear more about the discovery follow the link into cyberspace.


Okay, I know you are all excited about the news of life bearing planets in our spacious back yards however and old adage comes to mind. No matter where you go, there you are. Well folks.. Continue reading at Taking the Fifth