The UN, Maurice Strong, Crestone/Baca, CO, and the “New World Religion” (Part I of “Is Crestone/Baca the Vatican City of the New World Order?”

Is Crestone/Baca, Colorado, “The Vatican City of the New World Order?:” An Exposé of the “New World Religion” Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Physical Geography, California State University, January, 2012 (revised, Dec. 2013; updated, Sept. 2017) Part I. The UN, Maurice Strong, Crestone/Baca, CO, and the “New World Religion” Spiritual seekers in North America eventually hear about Crestone. They make their pilgrimage to this sacred land reminiscent of the Himalayas and home to dozens of spiritual organizations and retreat centers. Allison Rae, “Shambala of the Rockies: The Mythos and Power of Crestone” Maurice Strong is a Canadian billionaire who has constructed a new age retreat in southern Colorado Read More …

Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Geography (Bio and Curriculum Vitae)

DR. ERIC T. KARLSTROM, EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, STANISLAUS Eric Karlstrom began teaching at California State University, Stanislaus in 1990, after five years as an Assistant Professor at Northern Arizona University, one year as a Visiting Professor at The University of Kansas, and one year as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wyoming. At CSUS, in addition, to teaching physical and environmental geography courses (Geomorphology, Climatology, Introduction to Physical Geography, Human Ecology), he has also taught courses cross-listed with the Geology department (Geology/Geography of Soils, Physical and Environmental Geology), and an honors course (State of the World: The Environmental Perspective). Throughout his career, Dr. Karlstrom has Read More …

Excommunicated From Crestone/Baca, CO (NWO ‘Potemkin Village’ For MKULTRA Cults)! Covert Ops, Mind Control, Nonconsensual Experimentation & Targeted Individual Program/Cognitive Warfare

By Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Emeritus Professor of Geography, CSUS and Crestone/Baca resident, April 2, 2023 Toto II Enterprises, Inc. (Websites of Professor Eric T. Karlstrom) naturalclimatechange.org 911nwo.com sanluisvalleywaterwatch.com gangstalkingmindcontrolcults.com erickarlstrom.com Lifeline: Essential Insights and Healing Music For Illegally Targeted Civilians “The truth is like a lion; you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose; it will defend itself.”  – St. Augustine “It is error alone which needs the support of government.  Truth can stand by itself.”  – Thomas Jefferson Contents: I. Final Hypothesis (334) II. Introductory Quotes III. Introduction IV. The “Bigger Picture” In Flow-Chart Diagrams V.  My Experiences in Crestone/Baca as Probable Nonconsensual Human Test Subject and Definite Read More …

Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project

Green Global Dictatorship: Regional Governance, UN Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, and the Wildlands Project Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Professor of Geography My people perish for lack of knowledge. Hosea 4:6 It seems indeed to be easier to deceive a multitude than one man. Herodotus, Greek historian The phony Christian-conservatives have never warned you about the very plan that is the very means whereby planners are silently, insidiously, and deceptively dragging America into a global government, the seat of which is intended to be the United Nations. That plan is “Regional Governance.” Jakie Patru, “Regionalism: Sneaking America into Global Government” I believe there are more instances of the abridgment of the Read More …

Rio Grande Basin and San Luis Valley Aquifer

Whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting about. Mark Twain Figure 1. Location of Rio Grande River and Rio Grande drainage basin. The Rio Grande River and Rio Grande Basin The Rio Grande River heads up in the eastern San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado and flows nearly 2000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. It is the second longest river in the U.S. and for 2/3 of its length it forms the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico(from El Paso, Texas/Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico at Brownsville, Texas). Since its waters are utilized by three states and Mexico, the Rio Grande is considered an interstate and Read More …

Water Watch Alliance

August 20, 2008 Figure 1. Baca National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR) Wetlands and Sangre de Cristo Mountains Figure 2. San Luis Valley and proposed Lexam drill area on BNWR (red rectangle in upper right). The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is to immediate right of BNWR. I have always told people that the San Luis Valley is more than a home to me. It is a spiritual place unlike any other on earth. Senator Ken Salazar, Colorado WATER WATCH ALLIANCE (WWA) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF VOLUNTEERS DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE WATER AND ENVIRONMENT OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND PRISTINE SAN LUIS VALLEY OF SOUTHERN COLORADO FROM REMOVAL AND CONTAMINATION Read More …

Baca Residents Trying to Protect Wildlife Refuge from Gas Drilling (Colorado Central Magazine, April 1, 2008)

Baca Residents Trying to Protect Wildlife Refuge from Gas Drilling (Colorado Central Magazine, April 1, 2008) Baca Residents Fight Drilling In Wildlife Refuge (April 1, 2008) By Eric Karlstrom Water Watch Alliance I have always told people that the San Luis Valley is more than a home to me. It is a spiritual place unlike any other on earth. Senator Ken Salazar The San Luis Valley of southern Colorado is a unique, special place- a national treasure. Considered North America’s largest, alpine agricultural valley, the San Luis Valley is bounded on the east by the spectacular Sangre de Cristo Range and on the west by the San Juan Mountains. It Read More …

History of Lexam, Inc.’s Gas “Drill Play” on the Baca National Wildlife Refuge

Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanislaus, 2008 Background on Lexam’s “drillplay” on the Baca National Wildlife Refuge (BNWR) Figure 1. Buffalo in wetlands west of Great Sand Dunes National Park Figure 2. Location of San Luis Valley and Rio Grande Watershed in south-central Colorado Plans for Another 22,812 Wells in Colorado Alone! The “BIG PICTURE:” Radical Increases in Gas Drilling Throughout the Rocky Mountains To understand what is happening here, we need to look at the larger context of Lexam’s “drillplay.” There is currently a “land rush” by oil and gas companies on federal lands in the Rocky Mountain region that has been going on Read More …

Why We Believe the San Luis Valley is a NO-GO (No Gas and Oil) Zone

Why We Believe the San Luis Valley Must Remain a NO-GO (No Gas and Oil drilling) Zone! Figure 1. Wetlands in the Baca National Wildlife Refuge; Sangre de Cristo Mountains in background. Figure 2. Sand dunes in The Great Sand Dunes National Park and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. I have always told people that the San Luis Valley is more than home to me. It is a spiritual place unlike any other on earth. Senator Ken Salazar (Valley of the Dunes) Figure 3. Proposed Lexam/Concoco-Philips project area on Baca National Wildlife Refuge (green dotted line). Baca #1 and #2 wells are on The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Read More …

Rio Grande Basin and San Luis Valley Aquifer

Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom, Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanilaus, 2008 Whiskey’s for drinking and water’s for fighting about. Mark Twain Figure 1. Location of Rio Grande River and Rio Grande drainage basin. The Rio Grande River and Rio Grande Basin The Rio Grande River heads up in the eastern San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado and flows nearly 2000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. It is the second longest river in the U.S. and for 2/3 of its length it forms the boundary between the U.S. and Mexico (from El Paso, Texas/Ciudad Juarez, Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico at Brownsville, Texas). Since its waters are utilized Read More …