World’s food supply more vulnerable than ever –
Ramtha’s message more pertinent than ever –
“put up food, become sovereign”

“Corn from last year’s harvest lies in a wet field on a farm near Carlisle, Iowa last Tuesday [May 14, 2013].
The USDA’s weekly crop progress report showed that just 12 percent of the nation’s cornfields have been sown.”
Photo credit AP File

– “Food supply under assault as climate heats up”
“Warmer and moister air ringing much of the planet – punctuated by droughts in other locales – is threatening the prime ingredients in many daily meals, including the maple syrup on your morning pancakes and the salmon on your evening grill as well as the wine in your glass and the chocolate on your dessert tray, according to four recent studies.

At the same time, an unappetizing bacterial outbreak in Florida citrus droves, largely affecting orange trees, is causing fruit to turn bitter. Elsewhere, unappealing fungi strains are curtailing certain coffee yields and devastating some banana plantations, researchers report.

Now, mix in the atmospheric misfortunes sapping two mainstays of American farming — corn and cows. Heavier than normal spring rains have put the corn crop far behind schedule: Only 28 percent of corn fields have been planted this year compared with 85 percent at this time in 2012, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.”

“‘We are in the midst of dramatic assault on the security of the food supply,’ said Dr. Robert S. Lawrence, director of the Center for a Livable Future, part of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.”

“The primary culprit of all this menu mayhem is climate change, which is choking off certain crops already weakened by both genetic tinkering and chemically based farming, some experts contend.”

“Last week, the ratio of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere soared to the highest daily average ever recorded by an air monitor station at Mauna Loa in Hawaii — nearly 400 parts per million (ppm), said John Ewald, a spokesman for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, who called it “an extremely important milestone.”

““We’re in a situation where the food supply is more vulnerable than it has ever been,’ added Hannah [Lee Hannah, senior fellow at Conservation International, a global nonprofit that advocates for sustainable policies], also an adjunct faculty member at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management at the University of California at Santa Barbara,” quoting Bill Briggs NBC News contributor.
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– “UN warns of looming worldwide food crisis in 2013″
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– Ramtha has stressed the importance of storing food for over 3 decades
“The important issue of preparedness I taught many years ago is that I asked for all of the people who would listen to put up food and to become sovereign and to have lots of water but to have it out of the ground, and to put up food for all of those concerned in your life, and to be sovereign — utterly sovereign — to save your clothing and to put it up, and to work towards a point that regardless of what would happen with the world you could continue to sustain yourself. Now that is not a new teaching. That happened many years ago in your time. But it is still important because the times that I spoke about are already here and are unfolding.”
– Ramtha
September, 1993
(Excerpt from: Taking the Journey Inward, September 16, 1993. Ramtha Dialogues®, Tape 9322 ed.)

– Ramtha’s Recommendations for Sovereignty – for everyone
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