Monthly Archives: July 2018

Synchronicity rules! The very next act after . . .

. . . publishing this morning’s post, was to open an email from Darvesha, my beloved friend and Sufi mentor. Here she is (with guitar), leading a Dances of Universal Peace weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana, five summers ago. I am … Continue reading

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ASTROLOGY: When powerful earth energies erupt, “PEOPLE (tend to) TAKE OFFENSE”

  Last night I watched the 2017 film, I, Tonya, and was struck by the increasing relevance of this excellent portrayal of intense ambition poisoned by abuse. So odd that I should pick that film, when I had seven other … Continue reading

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Post-Summit madness grips the political class — AND A WARNING

The question arises: what are the rabid politicos trying to hide? And who among them is NOT in the pocket of the Military Industrial Complex? Making sense of post-summit madness: Trump Stands His Ground Excerpt: “For if there is no … Continue reading

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Green Acres Village News: Updates galore, plus Shapeshifting Andreas!

Mid-July Updates: New flag, pole in hole, Shadow intervention, Community Dinner, CSA harvest and prospect, plus shape-shifting Andreas!

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Before and After: High drama vs. miniscule beauty

Fifteen years ago, I moved from a 20-foot diameter yurt in Teton County, Wyoming, to a suburban ranch house in Bloomington, Indiana, which I gradually, with others, have transformed into a three-home Green Acres Permaculture Village. You might want to … Continue reading

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Summit Backlash: Trump capitulates? Who are we, as individuals, as a nation?

The above? Tucker Carlson, editorial on Fox News, an MSM station that I used to hate. Now, there are certain pundits — Hannity, Pirro, and Carlson — who I sometimes do pick up on. It’s all part of the  180° … Continue reading

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“Technophilosopher” Martin Geddes: The Q phenomenon, in context

I was alerted to this remarkable essay by Kauilapele, who called it  “astounding.”  BTW: Though I check qanon.pub near-daily, Q has not posted any enigmatic messages since July 4th, Independence Day. That’s 14 days and counting. The longest absent stretch … Continue reading

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Two thoughtful reflections on the Helsinki Summit, plus Putin’s “interesting proposal”

Aside from predictable cries of “TREASON” by the more rabid Trump-haters of both parties, I’m grateful to two elders with decades of experience in U.S. politics, Ron Paul and Paul Craig Roberts, both of whom have their priorities clear, and … Continue reading

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