Author Archives: Ann Kreilkamp

A.K. Reader: From Venusian Grief to Neptunian Joy: An Experiment in Conscious Grieving (2005)

I had not remembered this essay, and was both glad and surprised to find it. Glad, because rereading it once again dipped me into the rich well of memory, this time to swirl in the seemingly endless eddies of female … Continue reading

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The Syria Conundrum: Pipeline Fight? Trump 4D Chess?

If there is any place on this good planet Earth that can be called a fulminating boil, it is the land of what we humans call The Mideast, that complicated, ancient crossroads of so-called civil-ization, where warring tribes, and their … Continue reading

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A.K. Reader: Saturn and the Aging Process (1986)

In this old essay, in which I discuss the three archetypal Saturn cycles of 30 years each, I am amused to realize that I wrote it in 1986, when I was only 43! What did I know about the entire … Continue reading

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HUH? April 16, mid-morning, what happened to spring?

Sure hope my newly planted annuals survive this whipsaw weather.

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Green Acres Village Farm, mid-April: Spring has finally sprung!

Monday through Saturday, mid-April: Spring has Sprung, finally! Planting brassicas.

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A.K. Reader: “The Universe Is Pregnant with Seeds” (2000)

This essay was written as an Introduction to the “Resurrection”  theme of the Spring 2000 issue of Crone Chronicles. The human race had just surrendered to the new millennium. An astonishing moment. And that I would rediscover this old essay … Continue reading

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Re: Military Strikes on/in Syria . . .

Woke up at 2 A.M., checked in on Twitter. What a fool! As if I could sleep the rest of the night! So, military strikes on/in Syria. What are we to make of it? No idea, but here are some … Continue reading

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The astrology of Mid-April through Mid-May shifts the landscape in ways impossible to predict.

Amidst all the hoopla — pant, pant — about either drumbeats to nuclear war or “mass arrests” of all the perps supposedly identified in, what is it now, 26,000 indictments (I won’t bother to give links, as they can all … Continue reading

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