More starseed awakening / Earthly transformation videos; some writers offer similar material like this as starseed DNA activation videos. This 4:18 video which includes the music of Jens Buchert begins with what appears to be a cruise through the everglades on a high-powered air boat. Then you are whisked off to a mountainous, desert, terrain--perhaps Yellowstone National Park--where you witness geysers build up their energy before erupting. When they finally do, you are brought close enough to see the patterns in the water. It soon becomes clear that this video guides the user through understanding geomancy and the Earth's Telluric grid. But it isn't only the Earth and water that inter plays with this grid. Cloud formations are part of this as well. Wear headphones! NOTE: There is a link embedded in the video that offers you to watch the entire video somewhere else. Disregard this link--unless you want to view this person's entire collection of You Tube videos. I hand picked this one to match the series of Earthly transformation videos.
Why would anyone want to make chili out of delicious meat such as swordfish? Swordfish on its own is wonderful and is very meaty without the pungent, fishy taste. It is often described as being similar to shark or tuna steak and is recommended to enjoy with a rosemary and garlic bere blanc, a side of wild mushroom risotto and a glass of chardonnay. Needless to say you wouldn't classify swordfish in the same category as tuna salad, or fried-lake-perch.
So why would you make chili with swordfish? This would be done if you had an excessive amount of swordfish on hand and couldn't get enough people to help themselves to the steaks you were graciously giving away. How would you find yourself having an excessive amount of swordfish steaks on hand? If you went fishing for swordfish you were more-than-likely fortunate enough to catch a fish that was at least 1,000 pounds and approximately 13 feet long. They are huge!
Before you pitch this writing in the trash and say you'll never get out to sea to catch swordfish, understand that despite popular belief you don't need to go to the Gulf of Mexico or some Pacific waters to catch Swordfish. Many local lakes and ponds in your area are stocked yearly with different breeds of fish and this includes swordfish. You might have one of those drainage ponds at your local park that contain a collection of carp, bass, or swordfish. If you don't think there are any swordfish at your local park, just contact your town's recreation department and request swordfish to be added to the mixture of fish stocked in the lake each year.
Okay, so it's a beautiful day; the swordfish are jumping at the pond at your local park, which is only 5 minutes away and you are ready! But before you go fishing, there are a few things you need to know about swordfish. The first thing you should understand is that swordfish don't hang around the shore. You need to go out in the middle of the water to catch them. Needless to say you will need a boat.
But there's more! Catching swordfish takes much skill and patience. You won't be bating the hook with a worm! You need to use bait fish like mackerel, mullet, herring or bonito. And it takes a long time to land a swordfish. It's a major fight to reel the fish in and the whole battle could take an hour to three hours. Keep in mind you are dealing with possibly 1300 pounds at the end of your fishing line and these guys can travel up to 50 miles-per-hour. In an attempt to fight the line, the swordfish will probably jump out of the water. Keep this in mind when the fish is close to the boat because the sword may be coming right at you. The swordfish is an aggressive fish and when near the boat it may thrust it's sword at the side of the boat. Sometimes the swordfish is successful in piercing the side of the boat. Be very careful when pulling in this fish.
It takes a crew to pull the swordfish on to the boat, unless you think you are strong enough to pull at least a thousand pounds of aggression out of the water. Once the fish is on the boat, extreme caution must be observed not to get injured by the sword. You should be wearing gloves and should make a conscious effort not to be in the way of that sword! Proudly row your boat to shore while all the kids playing at your local park watch in amazement at the huge fish being brought in. And of course, do not allow children or other observers to approach the swordfish once it's been brought to shore.
You will more-than-likely have a surplus of swordfish steaks and you may want to try this delicious swordfish chili recipe:
4 lb chopped swordfish steak (cooked!)
28 oz Stewed tomatoes
2 Large onions
4 Garlic cloves
1/2 c Flour
2 can Ranch beans
1/2 c Chili powder
12 oz Beer
2 tb Cumin
1 tb Cayenne
2 ts Salt
1. Sauté onions and garlic in oil. Add ingredients, except for beans. Simmer for two hours and then add beans before serving.
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