Monthly Archives: December 2018

National PTSD on Christmas Eve — can we begin to integrate our collective shadow?

I read that heart attacks are way more prevalent on Christmas Eve than on any other day of the year. Well, some say, isn’t that because of all the heavy food? I doubt it. After all, we eat even more … Continue reading

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Massachusetts: In the woods again, plus two birthday dinners — and surprising finale

Son Sean and and I hiked into the nearby woods two days ago, with his dog Lily and the grandkids, Kiera and Drew, both on their trail bikes. Here they are, heading for the Great Hill conservation land. I got … Continue reading

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Aquaman, cgi, our topsy-turvy world, and family fun anyhow

So, should I really waste my time on a review of Aquaman, when I already “wasted my time” last night enduring this endless two-hour movie that featured nonstop mayhem inside over-the-top fantastical cgi underwater scenes of buried cities and deep … Continue reading

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MY Winter Solstice, and, well . . .

We’re just about at this year’s Winter Solstice moment: 5:23 pm this evening (it’s now 5:10 pm), which, for me, has always symbolized and been experienced as, the most silent, sacred moment of the entire year. And yet, here I … Continue reading

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Today’s birthday greeting potpourri . . .

Blessed with abundance! So many friends and family have been weighing in this year — facebook, email, phone, text — as I begin my 76th trip around the Sun. (Oops! No. I’ve already done 76; this next year, now that … Continue reading

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LET US DREAM A TRANSFORMED FUTURE during this year’s rare combination of Winter Solstice and Full Moon, December 21-22, 2018

Approximately every 19 years, the Winter Solstice coincides with that year’s final Full Moon (called “Cold Moon”). And since the Winter Solstice is set for the moment the Sun reaches 0°00 Capricorn, therefore, Full Moon on Winter Solstice will always … Continue reading

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Ray McGovern, On the Origins of Russiagate

I wish that those who still have knee-jerk reactions to the very word “Russia” would all listen to this presentation. It might help them understand how the American public has been programmed to hate this vast beautiful land and its … Continue reading

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Alt-Epistemology 101: Clif High thinks ETs are evil. True?

Note: It’s almost the eve of my December 19th birthday. Tomorrow I fly to Massachusetts until December 27 to be with son Sean, his partner Nathalie, grandkids Kiera and Drew, and daughter-in-law Sue. I did plan to drive there over Thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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