Monthly Archives: May 2019

OUR (Decidedly Alternative) VISION OF THE FUTURE

People ask me what my goal is for Green Acres Permaculture Village. I tell them I have a vision: of other little pods like this three-house one cropping up inside our 440-house neighborhood, networking together into perhaps four good-sized villages, 100 … Continue reading

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From Russiagate to Spygate: The Story that Covers the Story

We’re starting to get wind of the origins of the fake Russia collusion narrative that wasted two years of taxpayer money and much of the government’s time and energy. Not to mention being a constant thorn in President Trump’s side. … Continue reading

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Alt-Epistemology: Let us avoid switching from one fundamentalism to another!

On a meta level, what’s the difference between fundamentalist Islamic and fundamentalist Christian? Answer: nada. Both assume that only one way, their way, is the right one. Both assume that of all the strict, confined mental silos dotting this planet, there … Continue reading

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Is “Confession” About to Become A Theme in the Body Politic?

About a month ago, I read the unusually contrite and self-aware statement by Felicity Huffman in court re: her actions in the college admissions scandal, as reported in the Boston Globe: “I am pleading guilty to the charge brought against … Continue reading

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As Saturn approaches Pluto in Capricorn, let us dig below contemporary culture, to unearth real wealth

Saturn now sits within two degrees of Pluto in Capricorn, a sign location for these two  together not seen or felt since the year 1518! Hard to believe, I know, but it is what my Tables of Planetary Phenomena tells … Continue reading

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James P. Carse: On the difference between playing inside boundaries and playing with boundaries

I’m stunned, and the ol’ ego is a bit embarrassed, to realize that James P. Carse and I share a world-view. I didn’t know that anybody shared my world-view, not really. I thought I was sui generis, unique! Indeed, right; … Continue reading

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Lisa Renee: Unpleasant Truths

This past week has revealed so much in terms of ongoing dramas that finally played out to their finales. These included, in my life, one man who finally took his own life after being coerced, for years, to do so, … Continue reading

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On This Mother’s Day: Long Live Our MOTHER! OUR MENTOR!

Insights from Nature by Adrienne Maree Brown upliftconnect.com, via sott.net, and thanks to old friend Bill Chisholm If we are in rhythm with nature, we are in rhythm with ourselves. – Micah Hobbes Frazier If we pay close attention, we … Continue reading

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