Monthly Archives: November 2016

Standing Rock magnifies John Trudell’s Thanksgiving address, 1980

As Standing Rock water protectors continue to be brutally assaulted by the forces of corporatocracy — Standing Rock gives us a chance to get Thanksgiving right — as we engorge ourselves on Thanksgiving turkey while ignoring that Thanksgiving really signifies something else … Continue reading

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It’s the day before T-Day and all through the house . . .

Chaos reigns! But never fear, we’ll have this dining room table cleared by tomorrow . . . Son Colin Cudmore and I drove 18 hours nonstop yesterday (what fools!), while listening to Graham Hancock podcasts on academic politics surrounding catastrophism … Continue reading

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Good News, Indiana!

In this “flyover” state, known for Vice President-Elect Pence and a supposed preponderance of rural rednecks, urban farmers and rural farmers are partnering where needed: the first to feed a food desert, This urban farm will feed an Indy food … Continue reading

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Trump’s Triumph? Trump’s Trial.

Please remember: every commentary that we taste these days, or any others, is but that, a morsel, a tiny teensy tiny bit of the fissioning/fusing whole, a scintillating point within a constantly mutating infinite space that if looked at close too, dissolves into … Continue reading

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2016 Election: This Holy Darkness Ignites Our Larger Love

Kali Takes America. I’m with HER. November 18, 2016 by Vera de Chalmanbert rebellesociety Last week, Donald Trump became president of the United States. But make no mistake, it is really Holy Darkness that won this election. Last year, Kali, the … Continue reading

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Sunday School: Fundamentalism, ET Secrecy, Steven Greer on False Flag ET Invasion, Fred Burks on the Big Picture

Want to spend your Sunday educating yourself? Well then, study the components of this post. And, if you’re like me, keep opening your mind wide to further possibilities all the while attempting to discern for yourself what is “real,” what not. … Continue reading

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The series “Election Reflections” now has its own Page

2016 Election Reflections: 19 Days Why did I give this series its own Page? Not sure. Probably because I sense that the import of this election will reverberate for years, just like the December 21 2012 date did, for New … Continue reading

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New post, Green Acres Village

New greenhouse! Garden beds mulched for winter, community dinners continue

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