Water Management and Dealing with Your Own Shit

Enough of everyone else’s shit yet?

The first year here, our neighbour farmer dumped a trailer load of cow manure on the garden, when I wasn’t around, and told my husband that I asked for it! Well, that was an error of communication, but it really brought it home to me in the most graphic way: I had to be really clear that I wasn’t going to take anyone else’s shit anymore. I have plenty enough of my own. The technical term is ‘humanure.’


Within four hours of my having written, “I wasn’t going to take anyone else’s shit anymore” a dear friend posted this on Facebook.

When you’ve had enough of everyone else’s shit.


Now, I haven’t spoken with this friend in a few months and I hadn’t planned on writing about the farmer dumping the cow manure. This friend does not follow the Sophianic Narrative either, although he is a sovereign individual and lives a natural lifestyle. So what did this little ‘coincidence’ signify to me? It’s PAM banging on the drum of the endopsyche – don’t you feel it too? Haven’t you had enough of this shit?


Sophia has agency. She’s had it since the summer of 2016. This means She is using all means available to get your attention – it doesn’t matter to Her whether you know She exists or not; you are still one of Her children. For those of us in PT, She’s having a bit of fun, showing that She can play with the search engines. She can eliminate the xenosh and their collaborators at any time, of course, but our wise and generous mother is giving us the opportunity to participate in that pleasure with Her and that necessitates refusing to take on other people’s shit and dealing with your own.


The first principle of Gaian Permaculture, as I defined it is: feed the soil. But what do you feed a goddess? Obviously, She eats anything, the earth is a closed system and everything is ultimately recycled, but some things are clearly more beneficial to the garden than others.

So, that leads right back to dealing with your own shit. We do that quite literally here. All our ‘humanure’ goes on the garden, along with waste from the chicken coop and all our vegetable peelings etc. (after they’ve been composted for a year or so). Some one told us that the best way to make a bed was to dig the top layer of topsoil away and put in a layer of straw and a layer of compost, then put the topsoil back. We’ve done that on a couple of beds this winter and have just planted potatoes and brassicas.

I’m not saying compost toilets and ‘humanure’ for everyone, but it is what we need to do to live here and it’s really not so bad.  Flushing toilets seem quite strange to me now. We have compost toilets and a tree-bog (the loo with a view), no flushing toilets, no municipal sewage. (We have a reed bed for grey water.) And it’s quite obvious how dealing with your own shit has benefits.  I just noticed that the asparagus is coming up already!

Tree bog – known as: the loo with a view
Our indoor compost toilet

The soil looks good this year, finally. It’s taken four years, to get to the point where we are growing around half of all our vegetables and that will increase now we know more about what works and what doesn’t. I feel that it’s paid off taking it slowly and not giving the soil ‘indigestion’ by making improvements too rapidly. A friend nearby got his soil to what seemed like a perfect state within two years, but then the mice moved in to that lovely soft, rich warm soil and ate everything. He still hasn’t got rid of them. In using our own waste to feed the earth, we have moved at the right pace for the biochemical relationship between us and the soil to develop; we are giving the soil all the information and nutrients it needs, to give us exactly what we need in terms of medicine and nourishment.

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Hippocrates

We tried mulching with wood chips on several of the beds two years ago. They are good for weed suppression, but there’s no tree cutting company around here, so we had to go and get them from the wood yard. This was a lot of work and we ended up with lots of hard wood and it takes too long to break down. We will eventually use wood chips for the paths – after we’ve dug up all the brambles – but they didn’t really work on the beds.

Our main source of mulch is leaf mulch from the oak woods close by and grass cuttings in the spring and summer.

We started the garden in the winter of 2014, by clearing some straggly pines over about an acre, laying out beds and digging in ditches and swales and putting in a series of drainage pipes. This is after we cleared the trees and as we started laying out the beds with beams from the old house. We did a lot of digging.

Making the beds

I used to call the garden the ‘food forest’, rather optimistically. Four years later, it’s clear that what we are doing here is technically more organic polyculture than permaculture, but let’s not quibble over terms. Now, we just call it the garden – ‘la huerta’ as they say here.  We haven’t been able to work on the garden as much as we would have liked, we also had a house to build and retreats to run and it was a big help to have some volunteers last summer, but we are making steady progress.


water management: Swales, ditches and drainage

The year we moved here, in 2013, was said to be the wettest in 70 years. It rained torrentially, more or less continuously, from January to May. The track to our house was an ‘over-the-top-of-your-wellies’ river and the mud was relentless. As the soil here is clay, we put in a lot of effort over the following year, digging ditches and swales and putting in drainage, to prevent water-logging. Then we had very little rain, with drought conditions in much of Galicia for the next three years.

Last year was very hard on the garden, with a highly unusual late frost at the end of April, that wiped out the grapes, all our fruit and potatoes, followed by more drought. We lost quite a few trees too. We put in extruding hose, which worked quite well, but will need to be supplemented with water storage tanks, as we can’t run the water for the garden and water in the house at the same time (we are now off-grid). We were almost to the point of filling in the swales, as they were just filling up with weeds, when this year the rain returned. Two weeks ago the reservoirs were all 90% full, and it’s still raining. We have more than enough rain to get us through the summer now, but we really need the rain to stop so we can get out and do some planting.  This summer we will need to do some swale maintenance.

Still, what a joy it is to see our swales and drainage working properly. All that work finally paid off!

We put a drain across the track and this takes the run-off in a buried pipe 80M or so down to the pool. The rain from the green roof of the house joins this pipe and also goes to the pool, you can just see it to the left of the deck. The pool dried up completely last summer, although the summer before people were able to swim in it. If it dries up, that’s it, as we’re not going to pump water from the well into the pool.

Track drainage
Full pool


The swales are filled from a ditch across the brow of the hill and they are linked by drainage pipes that also go down to the other end of the pool.

Full swale
Swale overflow drain


The overflow from the pool goes to the little creek at the bottom of our property. One day, we’d like to clear the creek, to help it flow better, it’s really overgrown at the moment.



In completion with Matangi, March 2018

Iodine Kills Cancer Fungus

This is an update on Dean’s success regarding the elimination of a persistent fungal sore, of the type that has been named basal cell carcinoma, as in skin cancer, by medical experts, but is really just a fungus.

Cancer Voodoo

Much disease is seeded in the mind of the ‘patient’ through the process of giving a name to a collection of symptoms. Through the act of recognition, the ‘patient’ maps the named condition (whatever it is, it could be cancer, arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, it doesn’t matter, the process is the same) to the description of the condition he/she already holds in his memory, along with the emotional weight he/she associates with it. Fear of death, pain, disfigurement and incapacitation is associated with disease and sickness, because of childhood experiences that have been covertly shaped by the architects behind the medical mafia. Every one of you has known a relative who has gone into hospital never to return and most of you were taken to the doctor at the first sign of sickness, or even worse without being sick at all, for so-called preventative medicine. No matter how stoic you might be, no matter how self-actualised, intelligent or even ‘spiritual’ you might consider yourself to be, if you get sick, you notice the symptoms and map them to the memories and programmes that were inserted into your mind before you had the necessary neurophysiology to exercise any discernment. The natural process of recognition was and still is, manipulated to work against you. However, the enemies of humanity lose their advantage once you recognize what YOU are doing.

When a doctor says: I have some bad news, you have cancer, it sounds like an incantation (ie enchantment) and feels like a curse. That’s because it is a curse. The fact that, for the most part, both doctor and patient are ignorant of the ‘cancer curse’ does not render it any less effective. The structure of the human brain allows for external programming and self-programming, so that the human animal can discover its incompleteness and begin the work of regeneration, completion and co-creation with the gods, within a Universe that is also rendered incomplete for that very purpose. Sophia’s plunge and the resulting spontaneous generation of the archons was an unforeseen anomaly that has led to the cascading exploitation of that design feature by the xenosh and their collaborators. Cancer is one sadistic story of exploitation, voodoo and a shapeshifting fungus.

The word ‘patient’ from Old French pacient and Latin patientem means: enduring without complaint and bearing, supporting, suffering, enduring, permitting.

Candida and the cancer lie

Candida is a polymorphic yeast-like fungus, said to be normally present in small concentrations within the microbial colonies of humans and other animals. There are several strains of candida, of which Candida Albicans is considered to be the most pathogenic, but the differences are mostly related to geographical location and inconsequential when considered in relation to disease. Polymorphic means that it is able to take more than one form: it can be a spore, a unicellular yeast, a linked chain of round and elongated cells called pseudo-hyphae and hyphae, which are the strands that clump together to form mycelium. It is asexual and reproduces through budding. In a healthy and balanced host it feeds mostly on sugars and its biological function is to decompose dead tissue. The shape of the fungus is imposed by the environment in which it develops.

When the gut flora colony becomes unbalanced, such as through poor diet, pharmaceuticals (especially antibiotics and oral contraceptives), environmental toxins, stress and impaired immune function, candida goes into overdrive and a chain of health problems follow. Many of the problems are caused by the 80-180 different toxins candida releases during its life cycle. As competition for food intensifies, candida spores travel around the body in search of suitable conditions for proliferation, where it attaches to the tissues of the host and the hyphae start to burrow in. In this stage, candida is often referred to as parasitic, as it feeds directly on the host, although a fungus is not a true parasite as it always make a contribution to the greater eco-system. A parasite only ever serves itself, while it develops tactics to make the host think it is useful – sound familiar?

The presence of candida in many conditions such as arthritis, autism, diabetes, heart disease, MS and cancer has been known for a long time, but it was generally considered to be an after-effect rather than a cause. It was Dr Simoncini, an Italian oncologist, who discovered that candida is actually the root cause of most, if not all, so-called cancer. He found candida in all the cancers he examined and came to the conclusion that the variations found in different types of cancer, e.g. lung cancer, or breast cancer or skin cancer, is not indicative of any morphology of healthy cells to cancer cells. Rather, it is the result of the combinations caused by candida being shaped by the organ or tissue within which it is located and that tissue’s specific response to the invasion. So, the liver responds differently to the pancreas, or the blood, or the skin. Furthermore, Dr Simoncini discovered that sodium bicarbonate kills the candida in most situations, leading to the disappearance of the ‘cancer’. Due to the unique properties of skin, candida takes a particular form that responds better to iodine than sodium bicarbonate.

Candida Albicans


Dr Simoncini took his findings to the Italian Medical Board, soliciting their involvement in further research. The Italian Medical Board responded by initiating proceedings to strike him off, resulting in years of court battles and demonization; the standard response of the medical mafia to anyone who challenges their monopoly. Details of Dr Simoncini’s research and protocols are in his book, Cancer is a Fungus and on his website.

The notion that the cells of your body turn mutant, that they spontaneously develop self-destructive genetic mutations, is the most cruelly deceitful lie ever to be perpetuated by the medical mafia. This insidious lie has been carefully installed, over many generations, into the fabric of the medical and scientific communities so that even true doctors and scientists (there are some) have been duped into looking for non-existent genetic problems. The list of pioneering doctors who have been persecuted, vilified or even murdered in order to keep the cures for cancer and other diseases they discovered suppressed is still growing. At the same time, information on natural therapies has been consistently been represented in an incomplete or misleading manner and anyone without a medical qualification is prohibited from publishing, and in many countries subject to prosecution, information that COULD BE FOUND to be offering advice on how to cure cancer or any other proscribed diseases – for your protection, of course. This has been well-covered elsewhere, so I won’t go into it here.

The critical question is: what do you do if you have a health problem? Every one of us has been programmed from childhood to seek help from the medical profession when sick or injured, but the terrible truth is that, no matter how genuine a conventional doctor or nurse might be, they have been entrained into a system that is purposefully structured to make you progressively weaker and sicker, rather than fit and healthy. Unless it’s a mechanical injury, like a broken bone, or something that needs stitching up, they simply CANNOT help you – all the hospitals and doctors offices, with their machines and fancy outfits, it’s all just make-pretend, to make you (and themselves) believe they are doing something useful. When you do get better, it is usually simply because that is what your body was designed to do and when you THINK you will get better, given time and no further harm, that is what happens. This is an individual front line for each of us, what works for one may, or may not work for another, as there are too many variables at play. However, there are two certainties you can count on:

  1. the medical SYSTEM is not designed to help you;
  2. the Anthropos was designed in the pleroma by our aeonic parents, Sophia and Telete, to be self-healing and as Superlearning proceeds many more of us will discover how to activate these faculties for ourselves.

I’m highlighting Dr Simoncini’s protocol for skin cancer, because his well-documented observations regarding the candida fungus ring true to me. More pertinently, he has proven the effectiveness of simple and cheap solutions, that do not require specialist equipment and that many people have used for themselves with good results. There might well be other options, but after having tried several other approaches, with varying success rates, Dean found Dr Simoncini’s iodine protocol to be the quickest and most effective in eliminating his fungal sore.

The Simoncini Iodine Protocol for Skin Cancer

“All skin cancers are always caused by the candida fungus which has adapted itself to metabolizing the most proteinaceous constituents of the epidermis and that can, therefore, only rarely be treated with sodium bicarbonate solutions.


The treatment to choose for epithileomas, basaliomas, and melanomas is iodine solution at seven percent, as it is capable of precipitating the proteins of the body of the fungus and destroying them completely in a short time.


If the lesions are fairly small, they must be painted with the solution 10-20-30 times, twice a day for five days and then once for another ten days so that they become very dark. When the eschar is formed and it is higher than the epidermic plane, it is necessary to continue to paint under and above it, even if at first this causes a sharp pain.


This very same operation must be repeated for the second eschar that is formed. At this point the lesion may be considered destroyed, because after the third cycle it is possible to reach the center of the neoplasia, where the colonies try to resist to the last.”


Dr T. Simoncini, Cancer is a Fungus

Dean used J.Crow’s 5% Lugol’s solution, as we couldn’t find 7%. This is a non-alcohol based tincture, which is not as painful on the sore as the alcohol based tinctures.

He applied it to the sore, around 21 ‘drops’ from the pipette, waiting for each one to dry before applying the next, twice a day for the first five days and then once a day thereafter for 17 days. The sore got huge, as you can see, and then it’s just a matter of ‘holding your nerve’ as you continue the process until after two-three weeks, it begins to improve. The whole process took about six weeks, but this is an individual thing.  It might take longer or less time, if you use the protocol you have to observe the sore closely and make your own decision as to when to stop the treatment.

He takes 2 drops of the Lugol’s iodine in a glass of water every day, but he didn’t go on a candida elimination diet or do a candida cleanse. (We don’t eat processed food, sweets, sugary drinks, wheat or lots of starch – and we do drink good Spanish wine.)

He also lives the Sophianic Narrative and ‘self-authorised’ following the procedure I describe in this talk: Spelling Out Disease

Sore at the start of treatment
Sore at two weeks into treatment
Sore on completion of treatment

NB: the skin has continued to heal and I’ll post a final follow-up picture in due course.

Iodine is the breath of life, Gaia’s breath.


Fungus: guides to extinction and/or enlightenment?

By conservative estimates, there are over 1.5 million different species of fungus, with only 75,000 identified so far. They can kill you or enlighten you, perhaps even both at the same time, and offer a full spectrum of benefits/hazards in between. Most mycologists focus on the species that colonize the external environment, fields and forests etc. and those that colonize the human body. This is not because there are significant differences in the biology of the fungi, but because medical sciences have a monopoly on human disease and pathogens. A medical doctor is considered more qualified to advise on a fungal infection than a mycologist, therefore fungal infections are persistent and ‘difficult to cure.’

Fungi specialize in breaking dead things down to their elemental components, to be re-used by the living. From Death Cap to psilocybe, they are all doing the same thing in different ways – enlightenment is just a fully-conscious form of break-down in which the physical body survives. Everything on this planet is recycled and fungi are ‘mama’s little helpers’ in that task. As the sixth extinction gathers pace, doesn’t it seem obvious that there will be more ‘fungus among us’ to break down all that dead meat walking around?

According to mycologist Paul Stamets, “All fungi have learning strategies to survive, mothering members through the mycelium matrix who’s interest is in the long-term survival of the eco-system.”

From the planetary perspective candida is not a problem; it is just a consequence for some members of the anthropine species, those who live in such a way as to disregard both themselves as individuals and the eco-system in which they are enmeshed, that is their mutually beneficial symbiotic role in the eco-system as a whole. To put it bluntly, you can’t love life without loving yourself and vice versa and without this self-love, expressed through how you live your life, you are inevitably fungus fodder.

I think this video illustrates the point. It shows the effectiveness of expressed intention, but watch what happens to the jar of rice that was ignored. Doesn’t that look like candida, or maybe even cancer to you?