Cira and Gene Walder special locally grown organic oranges
were a hit with the kids at the Whole Being Weekend,
September 10-12, 2010. I want to offer their oranges
as part of our Enchanted Garden Installation at the
upcoming Pacific Symposium 2010, November 4-7, 2010.
Saturday night we will have a very special Sound Healing
Concert and group percussion experience.
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Kids at the Whole Being Weekend enjoyed
Cira and Gene Walders organically grown tree ripened
oranges. Most organges are picked too soon.
This stirs up acids in the body, according to Dr. Bernard Jensen.
He would take most people off of oranges because it is difficult
to get them ripe. They are offen picked too soon and treated
as a commodity crop without understanding of the benefits
of a tree ripened orange.
MEETING CIRA AND GENE WALDER
NEW BEET KEEPER SPONSORS
I got to know Cira and Gene Walder
at this year's Whole Being Weekend
September 10-12, in Idylwild.
A treat was tasting and sharing their
locally grown organic oranges
I want to follow up on having oranges
as part of our cornucopia of display of
local organic foods at the Enchanted Garden Installation
at the Pacific Symposium 2010.
Most people have never tasted a ripe organic orange.
Oranges sweeten from the element Sodium
and oranges need to stay on the tree to get a lot of it.
The sun is a sodium star, Dr. Bernard Jensen would teach.
QUEEN CIRA WEARING HER CROWN....
In Act one of Beet Keepers, Return,
a Queen loses her crown...
She gets it back when she regains her beat with nature.
She had a husband, he was the King.
One day before he met Keep The Beet Media Star,
The World's First Talking Beet Plnat,
he was riding on his high horse.
He passes a peasant farmer on the road
who has a straight back and walks in an elegant manner.
I am the king, the upity King says.
The peasant farmer says, I am the King of me
because I grow my own food,
and because I am on a first name basis with
all the farmers growing the rest of my food.
Fallen off your horse? Feeling the Shift?
Feeling a bit uprooted and want to get grounded
Play a Starring role in Keep The Beet Media Star's
Rock Your Soul Opera called Beet Keepers, Return!
Next stop: The Enchanted Garden Installation
at the Pacific Symposium 2010 November 4-7.
Set up is November 3. Call to volunteer to help
if you live in San Diego, (619) 582-9669.
Free Crown Making Art Table...
Make and decorate your very own crown
made of BioSmart Sugar Cane Bagasse.
CALL IN FOR TO BECOME A SPONSOR OF THE
FUNDRAISER NOVEMBER 6 that will launch our
our Campaign, Educating Washington about Real food Safety.
--adapted from a story by Dr. Bernard Jensen.
NEW SEEDS WILL BE PLANTED Please attend.
Call to get a ticket now for $15.00
and to be a sponsor of this very special event.
GET BIO SMART
help all vendors switch from using
Styrofoam and single use plastic bottles
Support These Enchanted Garden Club
Beet Keeper Sponsors!
BIOSMART HELPS TALKING BEET SPEAK UP
and GET OUT TO THE GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE
PATCH WHERE OUR BEET FILLED
DISCARDED HUMAN TRASH WITH
Look what we did!!!
There are six trash piles in the ocean.
The one called The Great Pacific Gyre Garbage Patch
is bigger than the size of Texas.
In Beet Keepers, Return!
Our Rock Your Soul Opera,
our talking beet goes out
to see and seed a new future.
We have been getting very hurtful
messages lately helping us see
we simply need to go Green.
Going Green is Simple now
thanks to getting Bio Smart!!!
AND STYROFOAM IN THE OCEAN?
KEEP THE BEET TO THE RESCUE!!!!
at the La Milpa Organica Farm
Potluck August 21, 2010
Carolyn Kaufman with Children of Today
introduced to BioSmart. She is one of the
educators who will be invited to participate
in our Plant Your Dream One Beet at a Time Project
to revitalize Children's Education.
Kids plant in BioSmart pots.
Anthony Russo, Seed Dreaming at the
Enchanted Garden Intentional Community, Fall 2009.