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Novel Idea: How about Postponing the Election?

Novel Idea: How about Postponing the Election?
If democracy is to work, the responsible thing to do is to acknowledge when it is not working as intended, so that appropriate changes can be made, not by the politicians, but by The People. It begins with changes in thinking, from which new choices and behavior will follow. Read More

Orlando Shooting: Another Weapon of Mass Distraction

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... Read More

'Hiding' As Plain Sight: The Assault on the Human Mind

'Hiding' As Plain Sight: The Assault on the Human Mind
I started this article several weeks ago, after U.S.-aligned (and probably urged) Turkey shot down a Russian jet that was obliterating ISIS targets that the U.S. has asserted was our “enemy.” This was also before more senseless domestic shootings, in Colorado Springs, and San Bernadino, California. In the interim, I traveled to Mexico for 10 days, to explore and open channels for our line of... Read More

The Forgotten Players of War

The Forgotten Players of War
On this day of remembrance, I took some liberties with someone’s Veteran’s Day poster to create this graphic. To be sure, the numbers of casualties, disease, destruction, and deaths caused by warfare significantly dwarfs the number of liars and lies told that caused the conflicts in the first place. Therefore, giving some attention to the instigators, fabricators, and prevaricators,  should be easy.... Read More

Expanding Our Ability to See the Hidden World Influencers

Expanding Our Ability to See the Hidden World Influencers
The events that are unfolding in Baltimore, Maryland, characterized by many as riots, are in my opinion, a positive sign that life and love yet exists in America, and that the American spirit hasn’t, in spite of some major efforts, been distracted, drugged, or anesthetized into a quiet sleep or coma. Compartmentalization pressure has been so severe that pundits and critics alike will view... Read More

A Practical Guide to 'Going Within'

A Practical Guide to 'Going Within'
Each time I sit to write, it is with a desire and intention to convey thoughts that would be of most lasting value to the reader, any reader, without exception, agree or disagree, whether the ideas expressed are read today, or long after I have left this apparently chaotic world. It is now apparent that the chaos we see and are often appalled... Read More

Introduction to the Real Earth Space Program (and War Of Course)

Introduction to the Real Earth Space Program (and War Of Course)
I’m sure you’ve already seen videos or read articles about the campaign to establish Ebola as the next great menace to society. My emphasis on bringing forth the lies that are already known and understood about our current artificial system of thinking is, in part, to encourage you to reclaim and redirect your trust from an outside agency, to One that is... Read More

Truth, Ebola, and the Medical Way

Truth, Ebola, and the Medical Way
With reports of the first American death, the Ebola drama points out everything that is wrong with medical science as it is presently practiced. The only problem is that few will notice it enough to call it out, although I believe this is changing. The biggest problem with orthodox medical science today is that it, as well as the general... Read More

Memorial Day Reflections 2014

Memorial Day Reflections 2014
It’s Memorial Day in America, circa 2014. My heart goes out to all who feel the added weight of sadness and grief over actions past. However, instead of ending the observance at “remembering” the troops that have “fought and died” for our “freedom”, my attention is on the people who continue to send them there to do their bidding, only... Read More

‘False Idols’ Among Us: The Gun

‘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... Read More

DC "Suicide by Cop" Operation

DC "Suicide by Cop" Operation
Intent on stoking emotional fires of stress and fear upon the American people, police in Washington, DC this week, quick to shoot first and ask questions later, even if the answers must be sought via autopsy, were cast in the role of accommodators in what may have been a case of “suicide by cop.” Miriam Carey, unarmed, whose “accomplice” was... Read More

Beyond the PsyOps: Reclaiming Your Power to Heal Your World

Beyond the PsyOps: Reclaiming Your Power to Heal Your World
After more reflection, I am convinced that the Trayvon Martin incident and verdict is in fact, part of a larger “psyops” (i.e., psychological operations) assault on the individual and collective psyche of American people, as was such events as 9/11, the World Trade Center bombing of 1993, Sandy Hook 2012, Aurora, CO 2012, Columbine High School (1999), the Siege in Waco, TX... Read More

Lifting the Veil to Our Own Intrinsic, Inalienable Value

Lifting the Veil to Our Own Intrinsic, Inalienable Value
From time to time I’ve touched on the idea that the country and world we live in today, is one colossal deception, a monumental fiction, the sheer ubiquity of which is hard to fathom, as well as believe. Lies routinely masquerade and parade as truth. Deception, secrecy, and “need to know,” are now the rule, without question. “Authority,” “surveillance,” and... Read More

The Math of a Harmonious ‘From Hereon’

The Math of a Harmonious ‘From Hereon’
So much has been going on, on the world stage, my lack of comment or opinion has been noticed by some of you. I thank you for your concern, and will begin filling in some of the blanks that my silence may have caused. For now, let me assure you that I am doing well. I have been, and AM,... Read More

In the Matter of Daniel Smith, MMS, and the FDA: Let Freedom Ring

In the Matter of Daniel Smith, MMS, and the FDA: Let Freedom Ring
Lately I’ve been taking my time before saying what’s on my mind, but I am pleased to report that Daniel Smith, who the FDA and Department of Justice chose to make an example of in their campaign to protect the pharmaceutical oligarchy by discouraging the sale and use of MMS, is no longer being held in custody. He and his wife... Read More

A Government for the CityState, Not the People

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... Read More

Politics and Common Sense: “Oil and Water?”

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... Read More

Memorial Day Remembrances: Where’s the Growth?

Memorial Day Remembrances: Where’s the Growth?
It’s Memorial Day in America, a time set aside to remember the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. However, occasions like these are more often used to reinforce social misconceptions and dysfunction than provide understandings that we can grow from. News reports will feature stories of our troops in foreign lands who are... Read More

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

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... Read More