VIDEO LINK: ***DEEPER INTO THE INFESTATION***
DATE: July 7th ‘19
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Thanks for coming to my Channel! Welcome…
So my name is William and I’m an ‘Energy Healer’. Everybody has what are called ‘Inner Worlds’. There are 3 Dimensions of the Inner Worlds: simply ‘Inner World’, then Deep Inner World, then Deepest Inner World. The theory is that if all or any of these are damaged, then you may get physical disease later on in life from the damage. A Healer like me uses High Sense Perception to recognize pathology in your Inner Worlds and their Hand Chakras to clear the pathology.
Healers may be a perfect example of Balance, and I think because of that I was very irritated with the imbalance in my Surroundings (the infestation of Dog-Strangling Vine). So I decided to do the right thing and remove it.
I demonstrate Haric Line Alignment and Chakra Cord cleaning in this Vid, too!
LOL – all the Native Plants that have survived the Infestation seem to be poisonous: Baneberry, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak – LOL!!!
Shot with an iPad (5th Gen).
Edited with iMovie.
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***BRIMLEY WOODS*** #Scarborough #nativeplants #asianinvasion
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May 12th, ‘19
So I went to Brimley Woods in North Scarborough recently. It’s the most beautiful Woodland I’ve been to. Beats Malvern Woods, Murison Woods, and Deekshill Park by a landslide. I touch upon how North Scarborough has been invaded by East Asians. It’s almost uniformly East Asian.
I didn’t see any Garlic Mustard inside the Woods at all! I saw some around the entrance.
***FIR VALLEY WOODS and CATARAQUI PARK*** #biodiversity #invasivespecies #nativeplants
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May 10th ‘19
So when you take the Subway between Warden Station and Victoria Park Station, if you look out the window South, you will see a glade with a playground in the middle. This is Cataraqui Park. I remember seeing some Ground Cover Plants on the woodland on the left hand side when you go past, and I always had the feeling I wanted to investigate this place. So I did. Cataraqui Park was uneventful. All it really had was some Mayflower and some Trout Lily. Fir Valley Woods was more interesting, but might be dangerous due to its geography and possibility that it might be used by a gang.
Anyway, I was happy I got the chance to go and see these places! It is fun filming Toronto’s small woodlands and representing the decimation to Biodiversity that Dog-Strangling Vine (Black Swallow-Wort) and Garlic Mustard have done to them!