Author Archives: Ann Kreilkamp

Saturn/Pluto: As the fiat money system collapses, does crypto replace it?

One very obvious interpretation of this Saturn/Pluto in Capricorn phenomenon is to see (structural, form giving, law making and enforcing) Saturn as the current “fiat money system” which has long thought itself “the bottom line,” versus the real bottom line, … Continue reading

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A Saturn/Pluto gift: Meet ANN’S CHAI ELIXIR!

One way to view this Saturn/Pluto conjunction year is to see it as a time when we are creating new structures (Saturn) for the life force (Pluto) to flow through. And some of these structures are invisible, prompted by decisions … Continue reading

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What is the origin of our penchant for “secrecy”?

Re: my ongoing “Recapitulation Project”: I continue to root around in the bowels of stuff I wrote decades ago. Usually I’m working with complete essays which, if I still appreciate them, I post here, under “AK Reader.” But there’s one … Continue reading

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That drat “virus” has the whole world bamboozled!

Are you still a sucker? Then you haven’t read enough Jon Rappoport, who, to my mind, is THE voice of both expertise and sanity during this latest drummed up global hysteria. Here’s two more: The Virus first, last, and always … Continue reading

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AK Reader: A Whale of a Story (1988)

This essay was first published in the astrology magazine, Welcome to Planet Earth, as one of my Saturn/Uranus in Sagittarius series. I look back on it now appalled: never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that the human race … Continue reading

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ARKCroneCast Updates for February 12, 2020

ARKCroneCast #12 silver and gold tier access for Patreon subscribers: Chapter One: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN, from Ten Tools for Transformation In this book I talk about the ten tools I use to help me both stay on course and … Continue reading

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Ten Dogmas of Materialistic Science

Is Nature alive? Or is Nature dead. That is, indeed, the question. Here’s Elva Thompson on the subject: The Ten Dogmas of Science And here’s Rupert Sheldrake, his more detailed, extended, and philosophical comprehension.  

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Douglas “Uncola” Lynn: “Identity Politics and Climate Change are the Twin Pillars of the New Relligion”

Always on the lookout for alternative (and expanded, but grounded) perspectives on “what is really going on,” here’s one amazing blogger that has eluded me up until this very morning: Douglas “Uncola” Lynn. Here’s his latest: IN THE BUBBLE: Trump’s … Continue reading

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