This man grounds his life in an old airplane

To me, what’s most interesting about this airplane post is that it helps blow open our ideas about just what is and is not suitable to transform into a “home.” (A very fitting subject re: Jupiter Cancer in aspect with Uranus/Pluto!). In fact, noticing all the new ways of “being at home,” whether it’s in a shipping container home, or a tiny dumpster house, or an “emergency shelter,” or a yurt (my choice, for nearly two decades, in the Tetons) —

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— Americans are being joggled loose from our old assumptions about “American Dream” ranch-style suburban life. And that’s not to even mention the possibilities for community living, e.g. Green Acres Neighborhood Ecovillage and other local options.

At the end of this article, the author mentions the possibilities for community living in de-commissioned airplanes.

Hey, how about living in a de-commissioned Army tank? Or how about a small shoreline city, due to go underwater by rising oceans, moving onto an old aircraft carrier? Let’s transform our lives folks, in order to fully live. Bust through those conceptual helmets, what’s left of ’em! And yes, SHAKE OUT OUR HAIR!

Man converts Boeing 727 plane into home in the woods

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2 Responses to This man grounds his life in an old airplane

    • According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, as of July 30, 2010, there were 153 VA hospitals, 773 outpatient centers, and 260 Vet Centers (counseling) in the US. The 153 VA hospitals have physical settings designed to aid partly, soul-energy-healing (ref. “Destiny of Souls” by Dr. Michael Newton’s 7000 career case studies on past -life, after-life, and between-life recall under hypnosis, summarized in his book) Many of the 153 hospitals are remote, under developed, with considerable healing oriented, open green space.

      Andy proposes to carefully review these characteristics and develop housing for homeless vets to hold up and heal in new residential facilities developed by the VA for some of the Vets.

      Preliminary estimates suggest the order of magnitude would likely assist 100,000+- hurting and homeless vets. That’s a significant number.

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