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The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues

The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues

The Debate and Election Debacle of 2016 Continues Speculations and debates about who “won” the vice presidential standoff between Senator Tim Kaine and Gov.Mike Pence last week overlooks the largest “loser” in the equation: namely, the People of both the United States, and the world. After watching the vice presidential “debate” on October 4, the salient question might be, which of these men would you…

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U.S. Politics: It’s a Sham Shame

It is a pleasure to be at a “normal” keyboard again. For any who have wondered, after being unable to raise sufficient funds to climb out of arrears in the place where I resided for 11 years, I accepted and cooperated with my landlord to vacate the premises via an eviction process. Of our belongings that weren’t given away or…

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‘False Idols’ Among Us: The Gun

Another New Year is upon us. Let me add my voice to the chorus of well wishes for a more joyful, prosperous, harmonious, healthy, and enlightening era, from here on. There are many things that you and I can do to ensure it. For this entry I wanted to delve further into the subject of false idols, for there are…

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Welcome to ‘The Door’… Are You Ready to Enter?

Wherever I go, books are a constant companion. Over the past few years, I’ve read many titles that have contributed to my own evolving self-view. I cannot, however, recall a single title that moved me, not only to recommend it, but to sit down and read it while recording, and then share it with anyone who cares about self-discovery. The…

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Trayvon Martin Verdict: Another Psyop Attack

If you acknowledge that a major mode of communication is “spoken,” not in words, but in symbols, the extensively covered acquittal of George Zimmerman in the Trayvon Martin murder case symbolizes yet the latest psyops attack on the already battered American psyche. The case, which was termed, “racially charged,” succeeded in fueling confusion and consternation with the “criminal justice” system,…

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Newtown Massacre: Issues Unexamined Always Lead to Questions Unasked

I write these words today while in the process of undergoing a fundamental change in my thinking, with an ever-deepening appreciation for the wonderful and powerful Gift that we have been given, that is, the Gift of Life itself. Life, which in truth, has no antithesis. Instead, Life takes an infinite number of forms. Everything is Life. Even the phenomenon…

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A New Earth Vision Formed with All-Inclusive Love

Now that the 2012 election appetizer is over, we can get on to the main course. Some people are elated, some are terrified with Mr. Obama’s re-election. I’d like to suggest that there’s another position available, which is exemplified by a growing, but unacknowledged plurality, i.e., those whose vision for a balanced, re-harmonized, detoxified, abundant, safe, and peaceful world, is…

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A Government for the CityState, Not the People

The governance organization based in Washington, DC could be and should be declared broken. The president said in the final “debase,” that his first mandate is to keep the American people “safe.” (Mr. Romney seems to agree.) If we are to believe them, then the vast panoply of bureaucracies that represent the Federal government is, in effect, a broken arrow. If the…

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2012 Election: A Mockery of Democracy

In its beginning I thought of YouTube as a haven for mindless information, but it is only a reflection of where human minds are. Fortunately, there are many who now use the medium that YouTube provides, to put out information of a richness and diversity you’ll find nowhere else. Right before our eyes we’re witnessing a gross example of government…

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‘Standard of Care’ by Whose Standard?

I have had the ongoing pleasure of regular conversations with Grant, who I referred to as “The Dot Connector” or “GM” in two videos thus far. He is truly an intelligent man. Although I don’t do it every time, each time we talk warrants recording, as invariably, something new to me, or a new take on an existing perception, will…

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Politics and Common Sense: “Oil and Water?”

One of the two political conventions to nominate the next president of UNITED STATES CORPORATION is done, with one to go. Before the cameras, the entire world could see behind the façade of unanimity within the Republican party. Control? Yes. Force? Yes. Unanimity? No. Determined not to risk allowing even a dose of common sense to be broadcast into the…

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Rise of the Disillusioned

Disillusionment, or to be disillusioned, is generally considered to be a negative state. Indeed, once disillusioned, an individual’s “happiness index” is likely to go down for a time. Seeing the world differently, particularly when the heart is caring, means seeing and caring for the whole. It is the height of illusion to care only for some, such as “us good…

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The Inner Universe: ‘Most Relevant Frontier’

While we focus our attentions here on the inner world, much is going on in the world around us involving subjects that are of great interest and importance. Yet, as much as I’d love to call your attention to these subjects, such as the “reboot” of the financial system with its associated resignations and mass arrests, the major deception that…

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9/11 Plus Ten Years: What Have We Learned?

NORMAN, OK — As fate would have it, I was one of the estimated 1.5 million people who travel from city-to-city in America each day on the tenth anniversary of the now infamous demolition of the World Trade Center complex in New York City on September 11, 2001. While some drama was noted on a few flights, my flight went…

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A Dream to Live For; A Dream to Love

Delivering Ourselves, Not from ‘Evil,’ but from Fear The broadcast media machine continues the campaign to sell the idea that Osama bin Laden is actually dead, and that this act unto itself, initiated and orchestrated by the United States, is a good thing. Even Al-Qaida has issued a statement to that effect. It’s like someone is desperately trying to tell…

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Healing the Gulf as Prelude to Paradigm Shift in Health Remediation

Albert Einstein has often been quoted as saying that you can’t solve a problem while thinking at the level of the problem. That statement has never been truer than in the present Gulf oil spill debacle. The problem is that BP, and its entire supporting infrastructure, which includes the petrochemical industry, various centers of academic influence (otherwise known as “leading…

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History in the Making: Bio-Photon Presence in Structured Water Confirmed

I sat down recently to write about developments that are unfolding relative to the growing public consciousness and understanding of structured water, and instead wrote about the passing of Senator Edward M. Kennedy (1932-2009) and how it reinforced our perception of likely outcomes when dealing with brain cancer (and cancer in general) under current conventions of medical care. Whether drinking…

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Ted Kennedy's Death 'Validates' a Medical Medusa

Relative to health care, and standards of treatment and outcomes that Americans have come to expect, Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s transition at the age of 77 represents a huge vote for the status quo. He becomes the latest high profile “poster child,” an example for what the public can expect with the best medical care, medical care we agree needs…

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Jim Humble: On the Move, and Still Relevant with MMS

A friend of mine just wrote to me, inquiring about a rumor of a plan to arrest Jim Humble. Jim has far better things to do than get arrested, some of which has, can, or will affect you, especially as so many people gear up their fears about “the pandemic.” Franklin Roosevelt made the statement, “there’s nothing to fear, but…

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