Author Archives: Ann Kreilkamp

Green Acres Village News: Updates galore, plus Shapeshifting Andreas!

Mid-July Updates: New flag, pole in hole, Shadow intervention, Community Dinner, CSA harvest and prospect, plus shape-shifting Andreas!

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Before and After: High drama vs. miniscule beauty

Fifteen years ago, I moved from a 20-foot diameter yurt in Teton County, Wyoming, to a suburban ranch house in Bloomington, Indiana, which I gradually, with others, have transformed into a three-home Green Acres Permaculture Village. You might want to … Continue reading

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Summit Backlash: Trump capitulates? Who are we, as individuals, as a nation?

The above? Tucker Carlson, editorial on Fox News, an MSM station that I used to hate. Now, there are certain pundits — Hannity, Pirro, and Carlson — who I sometimes do pick up on. It’s all part of the  180° … Continue reading

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“Technophilosopher” Martin Geddes: The Q phenomenon, in context

I was alerted to this remarkable essay by Kauilapele, who called it  “astounding.”  BTW: Though I check qanon.pub near-daily, Q has not posted any enigmatic messages since July 4th, Independence Day. That’s 14 days and counting. The longest absent stretch … Continue reading

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Two thoughtful reflections on the Helsinki Summit, plus Putin’s “interesting proposal”

Aside from predictable cries of “TREASON” by the more rabid Trump-haters of both parties, I’m grateful to two elders with decades of experience in U.S. politics, Ron Paul and Paul Craig Roberts, both of whom have their priorities clear, and … Continue reading

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Astrology of Trump/Putin Summit: First Impressions

Believe it or not, I just spent over an hour trying to figure out what times I should use for the start of the Trump/Pluto Summit meeting and the Press Conference afterwards. Had to figure seven hour time change in … Continue reading

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AK Reader: The Grandmothers’ Dance (1986)

This essay from 30 years ago, which illustrates, through story and metaphysical understanding, the the vast gulf between Native American and Western European immigrant cultures, includes my description/critique of Jackson Hole way back in 1986. How much has it changed … Continue reading

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More on Wilcock’s break with Gaia TV: Laura Eisenhower and Patty Greer

From what I read, it appears that Wilcock’s resignation letter did work, and they accepted his resignation, canceling what remained of his contract. Meanwhile, what is the culture at Gaia TV? As with my original post on this matter — … Continue reading

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