Get your wishes and your wish team ready if you are observing National Screen Free Week because the night sky is preparing a light show to reward you, that is, if you can wish fast enough.
Wishing on those firey meteors we have traditionally referred as falling stars is an powerful ancient practice that has changed many lives throughout history. Far from a just a primeval paranormal reflex from your animal amygdala, true wishing is a scientifically proven precursor to great change and power.
(And falling stars are 55% more effective than wishing wells which are often just secret leprechaun portals.)
In actual fact, many major natural and historic events have been correlated to these falling stars, including volcanic eruptions to earthquakes and the birthing of several gods and subsequent human religions. So if you want to birth a god or a religion tonight, or even just see a ghost pepper, then this could be your lucky week as the Eta Aquarid meteor showers rain burning ice chunks for your wishes.
But can you wish fast enough? These burning ice balls from Hailey’s comet fall faster than others, leaving these super long and bright stars only once every 76 years. If you don’t have your wishes ready and your wish team assembled, you’ll have to wait until 2061. A classic case of dangerous wish waste.
So be prepared. If you are new to SOS or a Survivor who needs a review, you can read here about Waste-Free Wishing techniques. But please, only if you are following the links using your surgically implanted Internet feed connection please – this is National Screen Free Week.
Here at SOS we support National Screen Free Week and the cause of screen elimination and look forward to the happy day when everyone on Earth can afford a properly implanted surgical chip to access the Internet instead…
And we never ever believe anyone who tells us the sky is just a giant screen in the alien simulation game known as Earth…
(Wait. Did the moderation filter really just write that? Blame Agent R.B.)by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com