Monthly Archives: May 2014

Jon Rappoport, on the Brian Williams/Snowden interview

From the beginning, Rappoport has always figured that there are way too many inconsistencies in Snowden’s story not to think that he was helped along the way to do what he did, and that the real question is who was … Continue reading

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A Soul’s Journey, 1942-1973: Preface and Initial Scene

I’m deep into my recovery process re: the autobiographical doc that I am hoping to resurrect for my son Sean, who, at 50, is wanting whatever I can send to help joggle his lost memories of a difficult childhood. I … Continue reading

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Personal Log: Waylaid (by memory) and Outclassed (in the garden)

Think I’ll do the “outclassed” part first. And that is, I’m totally astonished by the wonders Laura Bruno is working in her rapidly proliferating and hugely productive (already! this early in the season!) permaculture garden. Her imagination and creativity show … Continue reading

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DIY Food Department: Urban Gardens Deepen and Diversify

Okay, folks. What are we waiting for? From our back yards, front yards, side yards, to sharing our yards with others, to my son Colin’s Garden Tower Project, to gardens in the commons of our apartment buildings, or on the … Continue reading

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CAN psychedelics cure our “collective insanity”?

I’ve already done quite a few posts on psycheledics and consciousness (google “LSD exopermaculture” for example), to say that I can personally attest to the efficacy of psychedelics to dramatically alter (melt down, fracture, see through) the unconscious structures of … Continue reading

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ART: The Rape of Africa

“David LaChapelle is known internationally for his exceptional talent in combining a unique hyper-realistic aesthetic with profound social messages.” YES! Here he demonstrates visually the ongoing AFRICON, as detailed by Nick Turse: Wonder why the AFRICOM pivot to Africa? Check … Continue reading

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Nick Rosen, filmmaker: “Off-grid pioneers are the foot solders of the environmental revolution.”

As I continue to spend several hours each day researching the internet for this exopermaculture blog, I am consistently drawn into one of two alternating tracks. These are: documenting the increasing centralization and monculturing of everything, e.g. the post I … Continue reading

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What if universities aren’t universities anymore?

As I walk around this university town, I’m struck by all the massive new buildings. Here’s the name of one of them: CIB: “Cyberinfrastructure Building,” which, a quick google search tells me, is the “new home to the Lilly Endowment … Continue reading

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Privatizing War in Afghanistan — and elsewhere

A quick google search for “privatizing war” shows that even Time magazine refers to one company, “Battlespace Flight Services, LLC (Based in Las Vegas, NV),” which apparently does everything for drones except guide them to their (usually civilian) targets. RT, … Continue reading

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My Own Private Idaho Goes Public: “Solar Freakin’ Roadways” and “Freaks of the Garden Sale Mountain Style.” YES!

Though our large family has long since dispersed from southern Idaho, that flat plain with Snake River cut through deep canyon, that mystic land of vast circular sky above endless desert ringed with distant mountains below, where memory of the … Continue reading

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