Hope all is well. My name is Crystal Bulluck. I’m originally (like most of us) from the Pleiades solar system. Once I discovered the wretched condition of Earth and it’s inhabitants were in, I decided to come down to third density and embody a carbon exterior. I was born in my Earth Aunt’s house. I just couldn't wait to be here and am not fond of the common health care system.
Living on Earth is an adventure! The vibration from this planet that echoes loudly across the universe is: “The parties over here! Woot! Woot!” We really do know how to get down, but it’s time to turn up our frequencies and transmute the lower energies of our Mother Earth. My divine life mission is to be an artist-educator and steward of the land, sea and etheric realms.
During my tour of duty with Librii, my intention is to complete three podcasts with an emphasis of environmental social justice. I’ll be holding space and conversation with restauranteurs, naturalpathic doctors, urban farmers and a few other souls who’s divine life mission is also to help elevate and restore Earth and humanity to a natural state of being. I seek to bring a different perspective to life of the physical environment around us and how access to it, or lack thereof, effects our every day lives.
I spent a year in Olympia, Washington. I attended the Evergreen State College for majority of my stay there. My soul came alive. From life on campus, to the life of the city and the surrounding region, I received a thorough message. Be mindful. The message was the wake up call of my mission. Very simple yet not consistently practiced on this planet especially not by us humans on this land mass. It resonated with me so deeply that the moment I got back to D.C, I was like, “Where are the compost bins? We need compost bins with every trash can!” This implementation is in the process of being introduced to the newly elected Ward 8 council member, Trayon White.
I strongly believe that the standard of quality that any given neighborhood is kept in has a direct impact on the individuals that reside there. Unfortunately, violence and crime is experienced anywhere you go in the world no matter the economic investments of it’s law makers. Also, unfortunately, it’s a well known stigma that in areas where there’s economic disenfranchisement, there’s more crime that takes place. I have a firm belief that it stems from everything that we digest. From the media intake to, of course, what we put in our bodies.
I’m an agriculturalist and I work hard everyday to provide a healthier option for the people of Ward 8. I live in an economic food desert. An economic food desert is a place that has very little options of job security, cultural advancement and healthy food options. There is no doubt in my mind that teaming up with Librii is the catalyst of major positive changes in the vibration of this community. Those that resonate with the energy I present will definitely gain insight. Not only just how to live a healthier life through engagement with their surrounding physical environment but to possibly even open up spiritually to the idea of their own individual celestial lineage.