First Blog Post - Intentions and Goals Moving Forward
Hi guys, I'm Joe Fortin and I'd like to extend a warm welcome to the newest addition to my personal body of work. As many of you likely know, I have been on YouTube now for a little over three years, and that channel has represented the bulk of my work in the past. I'm creating a blog because there are certain topics that are easier to discuss on this type of platform and this also gives me the ability to embed images, other people's videos, and data in a way that is more readily accessible for study. I've also personally found that I often prefer reading certain information rather than watching or listening it for a few reasons. The first is the ability to easily reference previous information for review. Sometimes things are stated that need to be gone over a few times before they really make sense or sink in. Having the information laid out in a written format makes that much easier. The second is that it is a lot faster. Reading, for me, is really the only way to fly when it comes to absorbing large quantities of data. Most people can probably read four or five times faster at least than the average person speaks. Writing also gives me the ability to be more concise about exactly what is being said. I think I do an okay job of constructing my arguments on the fly in my videos, for the most part, but there's a greater ability to be more clear in this type of format. I also need to get in the habit of writing because I soon intend to write a few short e-books and eventually at least two full length books on addiction and healing from trauma. I have big plans!
Right now I'd like to discuss a few topics that I will be covering in this blog in the near future. The most pressing information I'd like to review is the Schumann Resonance and its effects on human physiology and psychology on both a microcosmic and macrocosmic level. Those of you who are friends with me on Facebook may have seen my (near) daily Schumann Resonance update posts. Many of them include short paragraphs dropping little bits of information at a time about some of the effects and dangers associated with the frequency modulation. I've been dropping a trail of breadcrumbs and spoon feeding this information. I will be going through all of those posts and compiling a more complete explanation of my current understanding of this phenomenon, and also I will be providing complete datasets with the available data over the past few years.
Schumann Resonance, 5/29/2020, Courtesy Disclosure News
One of my goals is to look at the available data and review my personal journals and my videos to see if I can draw any correlations between the Schumann Resonance output and certain spiritual or psychological phenomenon. I have a hunch that there are some data points that will nicely correlate, like in the videos where I have described what I affectionately named "The Goo". The Goo is a particularly strong sensation of softness and warmth I have felt overtake my entire body for a couple of weeks at a time at three or four different points in the recent past. I don't know exactly what it is, but I believe it is some kind of cellular and bioenergetic change occurring within my physiology. I'll also be looking for trends in emotional catharsis and current events. I believe taking a good look at this information will help me to provide more details as to the mechanics of this "ascension" process we now find ourselves in. Buckle up, kids, shit's about to get crazy around here.
Lastly I intend to start writing some posts about events that have taken place in the past, piecing together something akin to an autobiography. In one of my recent videos I made the statement that "if I wrote a book about my life, no one would believe it". Well' believe it or not, I think it's a crazy story that ought to be written. I'm hoping it begins to have a happy ending, but we ain't done yet comrades, not by a long shot. My life truly has been a roller coaster that has often looked like a nightmare, but has been one hell of an adventure and I do believe, in my heart, that I am here for a mission to help others who are suffering in some of the same ways I have. I've had my share of misfortune but I've also been blessed with miracles, the greatest of which is the fact that I'm actually still alive, and amazingly, I'm pretty healthy. Once I start telling some stories, you might also wonder how the hell that happened. I think I had some help. Thank you all for checking out my blog. I look forward to the next time!
P.S. May you be touched by his noodly appendage.