Article by Marina Love
Testing! Testing! 1,2,3 you are about to be blast off into a magical reality!!!
Could you imagine just for one second what life would be like if you had no bills for housing? Could you imagine what life would be like if you had more free time to actually LIVE instead of slaving away just to pay your bills. The motto should no longer be “Live to work”, and “work to live”, as no longer should we be following that reality. Here’s a new perspective, a dawning of a new age of FREEDOM CULTURE, a reality in which we have more time to spend with ourselves and our relationships rather than in a cubicle in front of a computer for 8 hours a day.
Which leads me to ask you the question: Where would you rather be?
A few weeks ago, I was a guest on the Superhero Academy Podcast for the Valhalla Movement. Another incredible project that can change our whole reality as we know it.
Valhalla is a growing tribe of storytellers out to proliferate freedom culture by igniting a global passion for sustainability, self-reliance, and collaborative action.
In my words, The Valhalla Movement is another way of re-creating heaven on earth by educating the public about true sustainable measures they can take and are demonstrating this actively. From their multiple education and raising awareness initiatives including the centre piece of what Valhalla’s true mission is. Which is building fully off-grid, free-energy generating sustainable housing called “Earthships” worldwide. Which supplies basic needs to everyone!
Some people have referred to Earth ships as “The Post-Apocalyptic Housing of Tomorrow, Today.” This is simply because If civilization collapsed tomorrow, the old motto of the United States, “Out of many, one,” would be replaced with the more appropriate “Every man for himself.” The cities of our country would descend into total chaos, but in the quietness of being fully self-sustaining, for anyone living in an Earthship nothing much would change.
Earthships, are the brainchild of 68-year-old architect, Michael Reynolds. Concern over environmental devastation in the early 70’s led Reynolds to begin constructing these Earthships out of scavenged materials such as cans, bottles, and tires packed with dirt. These new building methods led the innovator to abandon the square forms of traditional architecture for the rounded forms found in nature. Utilizing rainwater collection and recycling, solar and wind power, greenhouse agriculture, and thermal mass-regulated climate control, Reynolds has inspired many to go completely off the grid, including the whole centre piece of Valhalla’s mastermind Earthship building initiative.
Here are a few photos of what these brilliantly genius Earthships look like;
Doesn’t that kind of life look appealing? Where you have more time to do what you were put here to do, which is LIVE!!!!
Think about it……