By Susan Carpenter

It isn’t often that it rains in L.A. for six days running, as it did this week. The inches Mother Nature dumped on us may not have cured the drought, but they did more than just wash our cars for free. They offered proof of what many water sustainability experts believe: that much of the water we need at home already falls from the sky and can reduce our dependence on ever-dwindling and expensive-to-import supplies.

If only we could catch it.

I have a variety of rain catchment systems at my house. I’ve written about a type of cistern fencing called a Waterwall that can hold 634 gallons, I’ve modified my parkway with a water-abosrbing mini trench called a bioswale, and I’ve installed a 3,000-gallon infiltration pit in my backyard that takes the rain from my roof and flows it into a drainage pond (not for reuse but to replenish area groundwater). Then there’s my most recent addition: rain barrels.

Continue reading Water Conservation? The Sky’s The Limit

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This weekend I read Suzanne Somers’ new book, Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting It in the First Place. I could not put it down.

Somers was inspired to write Knockout after being assured by six doctors that she was terminally ill with full body cancer and then discovering that she did not have cancer at all.

Somers interviews some of the country’s top doctors who are curing cancer, teaching people about affordable, natural health options and  managing to avoid being driven offshore or destroyed. This is a fascinating book. Thank you, Suzanne!

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On this week’s Solari Report, it’s a “how to” doubleheader on Swine Flu.

Dr. Laura Thompson of the Southern California Institute of Nutrition joins us to talk about the health aspects of swine flu. I asked members of my Solari Circle how Laura could best help them sort through the swine flu health issues. They will participate in our discussion to ask Laura their questions:

~ What can we do now to build our immune systems in anticipation of flu season and/or vaccinations?

~ What natural remedies can you use if you contract swine flu?

~ What are the risks of taking the vaccination?

~ If you are vaccinated by force, what can you do protect your health?

~ What do we say to teach those around us why they should avoid the vaccination?

Then attorney Alan Phillips (see our July 23 Solari Report) returns to address legal strategies for individuals and communities to avoid forced experimental vaccinations. Watch out, he says, for flawed strategies and deliberate disinformation.

Because good health is an essential ingredient to personal and family wealth, I want to do everything I can to help you successfully navigate the risks of experimental vaccines and other forced government health policies over the coming year.

We will begin with our Money and Markets to keep you posted on the top stories in the financial world followed by some of your questions in Ask Catherine.

If you are a subscriber to The Solari Report, you can post your questions at your private panel. You can listen live on Thursday evening by phone or listen on line or by downloading the mp3 after it is posted on Friday.

The original usage of “doubleheader” is attributed to the 1900s railway industry to refer to two locomotives pulling a particularly long and heavy train. It is an appropriate word to describe the courage and strength of Dr. Thompson and Alan Phillips and their commitment to helping us find options as we manage our way through the “swine flu event.”

This will be an important and timely discussion—you will not want to miss it!

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Caroline Myss: Healing Beyond Reason

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