Monthly Archives: March 2017

I plan to attend this weekend’s 2017 International Jamiat Aam, Madison Wisconsin

Leave here early tomorrow. New blog posts likely suspended until Monday. Meanwhile, we dance, pray, sing, and eat together with the Beloved. For my report on another Sufi weekend, see this.    

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Recent pedogate busts, Dr. Phil — and Trump’s dilemma?

Here’s the Dr. Phil show Jordan references. Human hunting parties were also referenced in MK Ultra survivor Kathy O’Brien’s book Trance Formation of America, which I read back around the turn of the millennium and found it so horrifying that I just … Continue reading

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David Rockefeller dead on Spring Equinox? If so, what are the implications — for us, for him?

I’ll start with the circumnavigations of young Jordan Sather, whose alt-epistemological approach I so much appreciate: But maybe the “seven heart transplants” part not true? Did David Rockefeller Have Seven Heart Transplants? Here’s another conspiratorial, spectulative video re: this (satanic?) … Continue reading

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Robert David Steele: Let us Re-Imagine the American Dream

In the astrological chart of the U.S.A., the visionary, spiritual planet Neptune stands high in the sky at 22° Virgo — sign of hard work and analytic capacity — only 10° from the 2° Libra Midheaven — sign of diplomacy … Continue reading

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Alone with the Alone

Gorgeous. Made me cry. Thank you reader Karen, who asked, in sending it, “Is there anything more important now than Coming Home to the Divine?” Published on Mar 31, 2015 One of the 20th century’s most prolific scholars of Islamic … Continue reading

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Albert Bates: On “wetiko” and peak civilization

If you haven’t heard the term “wetiko” yet, it will carve out a space in your mind to mirror the dark hole of separation from natural systems that is currently infecting our so-called civilization. If you’re like me, then being able to … Continue reading

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The Sounds of Silence, 30 years later . . .

Via Nancy, whose friendship I have enjoyed since when was it? 1966! Wow, the same year that this iconic song was composed. Here’s from 1981: Here’s from 2011: My question. What happened to their relationship during the 30 years (the one … Continue reading

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Spring Equinox 2017: The view from here

In  Bloomington, Indiana, the Sun reaches 0°00 Aries at 6:29 am EDT tomorrow morning, that’s Monday, March 20, 2017. If you recall, Spring Equinox is the moment when the days and nights are equal, but switching over, so that from tomorrow … Continue reading

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