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HOUSING

HOUSING

 


Seeing people, city folk, choosing to live in apartment blocks, floor after floor blocked in amongst others in a building like others.  It's depressing.  It's an epitomical sadness of Society.  Blocked in like eggs in a stack of egg crates, like battery chickens, in such an unnatural environment.  We have the space on Gaia (Earth) to be naturally spaced out.  The space to have no-one, not a soul, above nor below, to the left nor to the right, in front nor behind.  The space (distantia) to be separate, let alone, like any other animal.

 

Be careful of loft rooms and basements as they can gather negative energy.  Beware of housing where the roof slopes down below the uppermost floor's windows and the ceiling is incurred by it, making it like a loft.  Beware of housing below street level, making it like a basement.

 

 

"Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement or attic?"

Ghostbusters (1984) movie,

Written by Dan Aykroyd

and Harold Ramis

 

The newer the property the less Attacked it's going to be.  Plus there's a higher chance of it being a better build with less noise coming through the walls (energetically there's been less for the walls to talk about if, as they say, the walls could talk), double glazing, etc..

 

The biggest threat to your peace (tranquillus) and internalization (internus) is the Attack of noise invading.  Getting a top floor apartment gives near zero chance of hearing people walking on your ceiling.  The further from a busy street and into a residential area the quieter it's going to be.

 

Avoid too clingy landlords.  They're not comfortable renting out their property.  This can be detected by the landlord living next door, if they historically lived in the property and if they feel the need to meet you rather than simply trusting their realtor to vet you, etc..

 

Sick Building Syndrome is a recognized issue.  Consider avoiding it in your life.

 

Around Society, when they can see in through our windows, we keep them all completely covered by loose weave fabric during the day and lined thick weave at night.  We're serious about not being interested in external not at all.  We don't even want to show them if our lights are on or not.  Ideally living on a campus with obscuring border walling would enable large windows, very well day lit rooms and near total privacy.

 

Obtaining housing can be a great problem in the First World.  A deposit is usually required plus the first months rent in advance ('first and last') even if in receipt of government support.  In megopoli this can mean unemployed people require $2,000 collateral paid in advance.  Plus there may be a requirement for credit checks even if the rent is fully covered by government support.  Plus multiple character references may be required.

 

In 2015 the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) counted that almost one percent of the world's population were uprooted.  This figure has risen 50% since 2010.

 

The most favorable environment for your home is one in which you don't need to rely on powered systems for heating or for cooling.  Double walled, insulated, concrete block construction which keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer.  Electrical appliances simply aid perfection.  With rooms spaced out physically from one another and single floored, energy vibes from the different rooms' usage doesn't encroach upon the others'.

 

Aluzyjna mega housing development in the suburbs of Warszawa (Warsaw), Polska (Poland) (2016).