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Orlando Shooting: Another Weapon of Mass Distraction

My first Saturday Night ThoughtFest experience was quickly overshadowed by the next act of insanity in Florida, when a gunman (or gunmen) engaged in the latest WMD, or “weapon of mast distraction”. The media calls this a terrorist event, and it was. However, the assertion that the perpetrator(s) was or were “inspired by ISIS” doesn’t ring true. What rings true to me…

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Giant Rock, Truth, and the Big Picture of 'You'

On my way back from Ontario, California to Phoenix this week I took a side trip to Giant Rock, in Landers. It’s out in the middle of nowhere, somewhat like the Sun Tunnels that I visited last month in Utah, but different). Giant Rock was made famous by George Van Tassel (1910-1978), author of I Rode a Flying Saucer (1952), The Council of Seven…

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European Adventure London: 'The War' with Love

LONDON – One thing I’m grateful for in the first few days of my arrival in London, is the return of exercise; my own. Due to traffic congestion, a premium of space, high prices of fuel, and an excellent mass transit system, walking is the order of the day for a large majority of the people. You must walk to the…

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The Power of the Imaginal 'You'

I can’t speak to mass media programming practices in other countries, but in America, the term “programming” is appropriate in ways far beyond the subject of entertainment. At stake is not the human soul. It is the human imagination. At the heart, the control and programming of human imagination speaks to humanity’s collective perception of possibility and impossibility. It also…

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On Neutrality, Changing Truth, and Worldview on Death

At its simplest, most fundamental core, change happens from the nexus of where the Now Moment intersects with the spatial construct known as “here.” At these precise coordinates is the confluence of feelings that represent one’s vision, or worldview, which is “colored” by individual and collective hopes, fears, passions, and beliefs. We could say that there are no real “truths”…

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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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On Deaths, Delusions, and Going Nowhere for ‘The Cure’

I have received news of a number of transitions recently, passings by individuals from this world. One was the passing of Marie Litster, who illustrated my book, I Am My Body, NOT! An effervescent, warm-hearted woman with that Canadian can do spirit, her illustrations gave my book the joyful warmth that made the words magical, practical, and timeless all at…

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Making a Real Stand on Cancer (and All Disease)

You can call me the Grinch that stole Christmas for cancer fundraisers. I am as passionate as anyone in my desire to see the end of cancer as part of the human experience, but the billions that are raised each year constitute a monumental missing of the point of the highest order. Cures for cancer and other diseases are available…

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First Video from Sheldan Nidle Montgomery, AL Workshop

Agarthans, Humanity’s Mentors [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1AIKJuHkYQ] I have had Sheldan Nidle as a guest on Talk For Food on several occasions. The first time was in April 2008, as one of the stops on my first seven-day “road trip” to Northern California. At the time hadn’t realized that I had actually read one of his early books, You Are Becoming a Galactic…

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Random Thoughts: Gratitude, Angel Valley, Structured Water

With this thing called life being many faceted, it’s quite possible to experience the full gamut of feelings, from profound joy and gratitude, to equally profound anguish and pain, in the course of a single day. Such are the signs of a life being lived, fully. If it is being loved fully too, then we’ve got the makings of something…

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On Being Beings of Conscious, Powerful Change

In the same way that, on surface appearances, it’s hard to tell the difference between a sunrise and sunset, we are at the threshold of a great awakening, or a greater sleep. What is your view? There is increasing evidence that homo sapiens, also known as humans, are very powerful beings, able to cure themselves of diseases and other life…

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Sheldan Nidle and Our Unfolding World: The REST of the Conversation

Here are the rest of the excerpts from the conversation I had earlier this year (2009) with Sheldan Nidle. If you’re interested in purchasing this entire conversation on DVD, feel free to contact me. Visualizing Our World After ‘First Contact’ Part 3 [blip.tv ?posts_id=2353256&dest=-1] Part 4 [blip.tv ?posts_id=2354540&dest=-1] Part 5 [blip.tv ?posts_id=2357429&dest=-1] Part 6 [blip.tv ?posts_id=2357492&dest=-1] If you’d like to…

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Equality as Ideological Linchpin of 'First Contact'

On the surface, the upcoming Sheldan Nidle (www.paoweb.com) workshop in Montgomery Alabama (July 18-19) would appear to be a study in contrasts. With a theme of “Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos,” he comes to a place that has, for more than a generation, been attempting to create a community of cultural co-existence out of what had historically been a…

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Sheldan Nidle Workshop in Montgomery Alabama

On July 18-19, 2009, author and Planetary Activation Organization founder Sheldan Nidle (www.paoweb.com), will be in Montgomery, Alabama to conduct a workshop titled, Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos. Some of the topics covered in this workshop include: Saturday, July 18 | 10a-5p From Collapse to Contact Rising from Global Collapse The Agarthan Connection Becoming Galactic Humans The Power of…

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An Amplifier of Subtle Energy Understanding

To anyone who has become familiar with my point of view, it is no news flash when I declar that all is energy. This is neither “me” nor “my” opinion, it’s a simple fact. Some opinions are true because they are true. Some opinions are “true” because the persons expousing them think they’re true. That is, until greater truths become demonstrable. It…

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Sacred White Buffalos: Plight of a National Treasure

Although some have questioned her right to do so, Dena Riley is a woman that has taken on a great responsibility. She is the custodian of the largest herd of white buffalos in the world, which now totals a very improbable 11. Births of white buffalos are extremely rare; some have estimated one in 10 million and more. Adding additional…

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The Best Protection from a Dirty Bomb is Peace

There is some concern going around about our vulnerability to a “dirty bomb” attack. It’s not enough that we’ve been attacked by “dirty” chlorine and fluoride in our water, mercury in vaccines, hormones and additives in our foods, synthetics in dairy products, chem trails, and who knows what else, for many years. We’ve given all of these culprits a pass,…

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'Shift' Has Happened: Hail to the New Chief

The major event of my day on January 20, 2009, was returning home from a quick trip to Northern California, where I interviewed two remarkable people. The major event of the world was the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States. While I’ve yet to see his entire address, the light of the shift that…

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The Nature of Consciousness and Its Factor in Healing

New Year’s Greetings to Everyone! This is a great time to take a fresh look at life, how it’s going, and where you want it to go from here on. Many people who link to, or find this blog are moved to do so by a desire to be well, or to effectuate some form of change that will re-establish…

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