Rolling Thunder Interview. Post #200.

First ever "Earthrise" photograph, t...
First ever “Earthrise” photograph, taken from lunar orbit during Apollo 8 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Posted September 29, 2013

by Jerry Alatalo

The Oneness of Humanity was born on May 25, 2013. In the little more than four months since that beginning there have been 199 individual posts covering a variety of topics or categories. With all of those posts, including some that were the work of other bloggers in the form of “re-blogs”, the common denominator has been an intent to somehow help, and not harm, fellow brothers and sisters in the family of man. After four months of reading thousands of articles by fellow bloggers I can safely say that this is the intent of almost all men and women who write articles: to help somehow to create a new and better way of living on this Earth.

For those who are new to The Oneness of Humanity please feel free to read articles in the “archives” as there are now 200 individual posts covering a range of issues. Please feel free as well to express your thoughts on the “Open Mike” page (created August 7), where you can say whatever you want – about whatever you want. Open Mike is a place where men and women are able to tell the world about conditions, events and situations on Earth that are under or not reported. You would be close to knowing the reason I created Open Mike if you imagined it as a place for whistleblowers.

Whistleblower is a term that I believe is not quite right. My term would be “truth-teller” and that is what the world needs more than ever, on all issues of importance for the human race. One of the most important “truth-tellers” on Earth as of September 29, 2013 is Mother Agnes Miriam, whose report on the August 21, 2013 chemical attacks in Syria contradicts the assertions of the U.S. government/Obama administration. We shall see who eventually will be held responsible for the chemical weapons massacre.

Please feel free to share the names of any other important “truth-tellers” on Earth now. This does not mean only men and women but also books, articles, documentaries and videos which convey important truths.

This post, #200 for The Oneness of Humanity is a milestone of sorts. Thank you to all men and women who have visited, commented, liked or appreciated any articles/writings here. Thank you to all the fellow-men and women bloggers who have adhered to truth, peace, justice and brotherhood. Human beings hold a lot of views correspondent to personal experiences, age, gender, exposure to knowledge, location on Earth, as well as other variables. Where humans share common views deserves focus and attention. All people want to live in peace and experience happiness.

Native American medicine man Rolling Thunder crossed over to the spirit world in 1997. His story is written and told in the book “Rolling Thunder” by Doug Boyd. Among the many truths Rolling Thunder conveyed in that book, the following quote is timeless and always relevant.

“The most basic principle of all is that of not harming others. And that means all people, all life, and all things.”

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2 thoughts on “Rolling Thunder Interview. Post #200.

    1. Erik,
      Thank you for your encouragement. As you know, the majority of bloggers have 100% benevolent intent. Although typing on a keyboard may not be considered as work by some, all bloggers know there is time and effort involved. Connections and friendships made with men and women around the world, with the communicating of good thoughts, makes it more than worth it. Rolling Thunder was a very remarkable person (no “forked-tongue”) who people would benefit from learning more about.
      Thank you again,
      Jerry

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