Water and the Miracle Priest of California
Pope Francis has initiated plans to canonize Father Junipero Serra (shown in photo on right), the early Franciscan missionary who worked the first great miracle of California that continues to this day.
The greatness of Father Serra is that he established the first irrigation canals in California bringing water from the mountains to the dry and parched earth that could barely grow anything and, in doing so, Father Serra worked the miracle of transforming a desert into a garden and that small garden has grown into the great State of California that is the home to 40 million brave and creative souls who continue to create miracles in a land that was doomed to be a desert until Father Serra worked his first miracle.
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The miracle of Father Serra has been repeated over and over in California which today is the richest growing agricultural area in the world all due to the miracle of water and the ingenuity of farsighted men and women who build for the future.
In preparation for his meeting with Pope Francis, US President Obama visited Alaska, this week, along with British Columbia water / energy minister Bill Bennett.
Along with Alaska, British Columbia will be a key player in the development of the North American Power and Water Alliance, the NAWAPA, a scheme conceived in the 1950's by the US Army Corps of Engineers to deliver huge quantities of fresh water to California.and other parts of the American southwest to northern Mexico and the $8 billion Site C Dam project in north eastern British Columbia is part of that grand scheme that was touted by Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson who was quoted in 1966 saying of the plan that “This can be one of the most important developments in our history." 
The NAWAPA project has been secretly supported by successive Canadian and British Columbia governments that have, unfortunately, followed a devious path of official denials, insider investment, criminal breach of trust and murder to cover up insider participation that can be traced the highest levels of politics in Canada and British Columbia. The list of those with inside information who suddenly died, some on circumstances that suggest they were murdered, is set out at our web page entitled The Graveyard of the Guilty.