Monthly Archives: July 2017

Mostly Mongolia: Of yurts, horse races, cell phones, and a parade

Note: The Siberia/Mongolia articles will all be archived on this page. Check this out. First, a photo taken from the air, where I happened, uncharacteristically, to be sitting in a window seat on way back to Ulan Bator from Siberia. … Continue reading

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Siberia/Mongolia: Of Purges, Magic and the Mundane

Oops! I notice that, when asked, I’m telling people lots of the stories from my trip to Mongolia and Siberia, rather than writing them down here. And each time I tell one, the unexpected happens. For example, yesterday, while enjoying … Continue reading

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Re-Entry Blues: Militarism vs. Mother Earth

I admit: I’m having trouble re-adjusting to life in the U.S.A. Having just returned from two week shamanic journey through the Lake Baikal region of Siberia and northern Mongolia, where BTW, I saw no evidence, none, of chemtrails poisoning their … Continue reading

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Initial notes on upcoming New Moon Solar Eclipse, August 21 2017

Update, same hour as published: Immediate correction, according to a long term friend of mine who also witnessed the solar eclipse back then in Idaho and also found the Harmonic Convergence one of those times that she remembered where she … Continue reading

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Mongolia!

This is my second post (here’s the first) since returning home. Still haven’t been able to sleep. Feel moved to put out at least this one post on our other destination, Mongolia, a land of drought-stricken grasslands, hills, mountains — … Continue reading

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Siberia!

Just returned from two week adventure (plus travel time) to Mongolia and Siberia. Still jet-lagged. Here are a few photos of the extraordinary beauty, wildness, and magnificence of this vast heartland that we Americans tend to associate with “gulag”! As … Continue reading

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