Thursday, 25 February 2021

Alex’s new blog

 https://psychictarotreadingwithalexfulford.blogspot.com/

Give me three weeks and everything will be transferred that I want to keep. It will all be tagged in subject matter, such as “Wes Penre” , “Alex’s Psychic predictions”, “Articles by Alex”,  “Jokes and Memes “ etc.

More laughter and some warm and fuzzy cute animals, because that brings a lighter happier energy to the blog, and yes some humour may be corny, it’s all part of the keeping to lighten mood. Oh and I like the non PC stuff, it’s the way I roll. Nothing to offend as I do not intend causing offence, just a cringe or two 🤣🤣🤣

UPDATE  April 2021: My new blog has been up and running for several weeks now. You will find new posts, Tarot card of the month etc all there.

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

End of posts new blog on its way

 I have finally taken copies of all the posts that I want to keep. There will not be any more posts on this blog. I will delete the account and post everything in a new blog. 

Please allow two to three weeks for me to get this done. It is a slow job and a real hassle. You can still see my Facebook page which is attached to my website. The new blog will be linked as soon as it is up and running. I will no doubt load it bots at a time. Just so you can see something is happening.


More nature and laughs too. So hang in there peeps. 

https://alexfulfordmedium.com.au/  My website for booking with links to Facebook and Instagram.

I may move my Facebook to WeMe very soon as I am over Facebook.


https://psychictarotreadingwithalexfulford.blogspot.com/ The new blog 

Sunday, 21 February 2021

A dreamy garden

 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amaryllis_belladonna

Simplifying my garden again, but it is laboriously slow because I don’t like gardening in the hot weather. I am looking at planting  more Amaryllis as I only have a few. My neighbour has a massive display of mixed Amaryllis with Agapanthus in the front yard under shady trees. It looks fantastic, and as a I am trying not to be a slave to gardening I am looking at options for a simple easy care garden that doesn’t require much water and labour. 

Due to getting older and health issues, I need to be ruthless with the garden yet again. Gardening is always a work in progress anyway. I have ordered a heap of Amaryllis to plonk in a patch in my back yard, in an area that gets a lot of sun, but has shady tree branches in the middle of summer. It’s a huge pain in the bum at present. I just wish winter was here already so that I can get set about my tasks. It’s not hard work, just time consuming. I just want to be able to sit in the garden and enjoy it. But a couple of more tasks and hopefully it will be a big weight off my shoulders. 

My ideal garden is a dreamy, whimsical and lush old world looking garden, where I don’t have to do anything, lol. A pipe dream, except I have to prune carpet roses. Carpet roses can really take over if you ignore them. I have been avoiding mine all through summer because I don’t like the heat. I had trimmed my front yard carpet roses last spring, but they have shot up thanks to all the rain this summer. We are in an La Ninia weather cycle, so that means plenty rain after the drought broke this year. 

The garden has gone wild with the rain and humidity, growth is everywhere I look, and so are the chores to do, lol. But I need to be practical and ruthless in keeping the work down in the garden. If I could only get a week of cold weather I would be happy. I would be out there, getting the work done. 

My mass planting of scabiosa, turned into a disaster as it became long and straggly, so I ripped that out a couple of days ago. This is usually a drought hardy flower, but I think the overhanging tree branches made the flowers stretch up for sunlight. So scratch that flower from the list of easy care flowers and plants. I have tones of seed scattered in the garden from the dried heads of the scabiosa flowers. That will be a pain to clear out for sure.

I think it is going to be, agapanthus, roses, seaside daisies and amaryllis, with seasonal daffodils and scented violets in the cooler weather. I still have some bald patches in the backyard to infill too  but it must be tough, no care required and not invasive. 

I still have to get roses out of big stone pots, that I thought would have been done last winter, but time was not on my side, due to numerous other things happening. I might decide to get rid of some completely as I don’t think I have enough garden spots that will be suitable. Still I have had the roses for years, it is not a bad thing if some are gotten rid of. Gone are the days of propagating plants for fun. Downsizing is the thing now. Having said that, I saw some lovely Abutalon plants at a street market a few days ago. I just adore Abutalons. I have two in my back yard and love to see the nectar eating birds hovering around them.

Ain’t nature grand. Just in an average suburban garden, there can be a world of pleasure, observing nature at its finest. Just by planting bird and insect attracting flowers and shrubs; a world of vibrant colour and joy awaits you. Sure it is trial and effort but it is so worth it. To be able to sit with a cup of tea and just watch nature unfold before you. I get so much joy and pleasure in my garden or just looking at it from a chair by the window. 

Knowing contentment comes from my garden and feeling nature around me gives me a sense of joy. I don’t need big fancy holidays overseas. I need nature, I feel grounded and very content with nature.

Vibrant green leaves and flowers make the soul sing, seeing birds and insects like butterflies, bees, ladybugs and dragonflies make it even better. There is harmony and joy in the simple nature of a well planted garden. A garden that makes you feel joyful and wanting to linger that bit longer and lose track of time. That is a good garden, to be savoured as it nourishes the soul. 


Copyright © Alex Fulford 21 February 2021



Sci-Fi Short Film “Slaughterbots” | DUST

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-2tpwW0kmU

Scary implications if it these get into the wrong hands. I have seen this video last year sometime and it popped up again yesterday.

NewsWorld First case of H5N8 bird flu in humans

 https://www.9news.com.au/world/first-case-of-bird-flu-strain-found-in-humans-russian-scientists-say/7256dbd2-a4c7-4a8d-83e3-55bfeaceabc2


Thursday, 18 February 2021

Facebook acting like dictators with news ban W A premier says

 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-02-18/facebook-acting-like-dictator-with-news-ban-wa-premier-says/13167656

You can stick Facebook up your arse Zuckerberg ! No such thing as freedom of speech these days, with dictators like you.  I am getting off Facebook because I am not willing to tolerate this crap. 

If  people have moral values and ethics the only thing to do is stick it to Zuckerberg. This is all about control and I will not tolerate this. You mess with Australia but get in bed with China.... I hope you get fleas Zuckerberg! 

Wes Penre: article 11 The antediluvian aryan race and the world beneath part 3

 https://wespenrevideos.com/2021/02/17/article-11-the-antediluvian-aryan-race-and-the-world-beneath-part-3/

Don’t forget to scroll down to the bibliography at the end for more information.