On this episode of Wizard Gear I’ll be showing you my Carbon Fiber Penny Whistle, and playing it a bit of music on it for you.
The Penny Whistle is generally thought to be native to the British Isles, but this type of simple flute can be found in many cultures across the world. It’s essentially a hollow tube with holes in it, which can be crafted from various materials such as bamboo, bone, etc.
I’ve played many instruments in my life, but the Penny Whistle became necessary when I was a minimalist nomad for over a year. It fits easily into a backpack, and the material of this flute isn’t effected by the elements.
In this video in the Natural Law series I will be discussing the right of subrogation.
Subrogation occurs when someone owes another person a debt and a third person steps in to pay off that debt for the first person. The first person now owes the third person the debt that was paid off on their behalf, though what is owed to the third person can vary depending on the arrangement agreed to.
On this episode of Wizard Gear I’ll be showing you my Hollow Tube Ear Buds and discussing the importance of using these to protect yourself from dangerous EMFs.
Your cell phone emits powerful electromagnetic frequencies in the microwave wavelengths, and these like to follow along metal wires. This means that normal headphones carry that signal directly to your skull and your brain.
In the midst of the Coronavirus Panic, there are several prominent members of the Truth Movement coming out and saying that viruses are not contagious. In this video I discuss the dangers of saying such things at the present moment.
So far I have found videos from Max Igan, David Icke, Jeff Berwick and Benny Wills saying that viruses are not contagious. They say you cannot catch a virus because they are dead, unless you they are injected directly into the bloodstream.
In this video I will be discussing the aspect of Natural Law which makes us responsible for our creations.
If I punch someone in the face who has not harmed or threatened to harm me, then I am responsible for the harm I have caused them. If I create a robot and unleash it upon the world and all it does is walk around punching people in the face, then I am also responsible for that harm because I have created the thing which caused it.