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My California Adventure: Treasures Hiding in Plain Sight

My trip to Northern California took me to many worlds in one world. I witnessed the seductive possibilities of San Francisco, a city I have always enjoyed visiting, and have spent precious too little time exploring… journeyed to the hinterlands of Fresno in California’s San Joaquin Valley… then enjoying the cosmopolitan charm of Sacramento, the state capital. In those seven…

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Heat or Not, I'm Stayin' In the Kitchen

In the span of a half hour, three emails reached my in-box with content that, on first glance, feels worse than spam. Caustic, criticism from a reader, “Bob,” who disagrees with articles that he’s read on this site. And he has no compunctions about saying so! The emails didn’t come all at once, so the first one was the most…

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MMS and Pepsi Therapy? Not At All!

It was with great enthusiasm that I recently learned that the Nesara Status Report, an email periodical whose writer goes by pen name Dove of Oneness with over 26,000 subscribers, planned to devote an entire edition to MMS. Each day more people are learning of this protocol that introduces the chemical compound chlorine dioxide internally to “disinfect” or effectively reduce…

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Understanding MMS Video Diary: Day 3

This is Hermosillo from the landmark mountain that watches over the city. I’ll add the name soon. We returned to Universidad de Sonora to interview Antonio Romo Paz, a professor in the biology department of the university. Antonio surmised that MMS / chlorine dioxide would be helpful in treating tuberculosis. He tested and proved his theory on a willing inmate…

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Upcoming Thoughts on Travel (and Images)

Last month the March edition of Natural Awakenings (Arizona) Magazine introduced a travel and discovery column called “Go & Tell” written by yours truly. The article was about the Valley of Fire State Park, located 50 miles north of Las Vegas, near Overton. The April edition features a story about Pie Town, a small “dot” on U.S. Rt. 60 in western New Mexico, that we passed…

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A Couple of Weeks in This Life

While I wouldn’t necessarily call it a hiatus, I haven’t placed any new entries here for what seems like quite some time. I’ve focused quite a bit of thought and energy toward in other creative efforts, which included: editing the video from the 2007 Reunion Karting event in Riverside (which I’m finishing up now) videotaping a local performance of tenor saxophonist, Azar Lawrence at…

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The First Talk With Adam Broadcast – Words, Sun Ra, and Other Subjects

“Is This Thing On?!” My first run as a radio host was fun! During the first few minutes I felt awkward, but Ondré, Open Mind Network’s founder, was also present, and stepped in as “sidekick” to stimulate conversation. He handed me books of phrases and facts, and introduced me to the myriad controls that I will have to monitor. (Gotta’s…

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Thoughts on Creativity

Unfolding Our Story: Unwrapping the Gift When writing, it is common practice for me to begin the journey without even knowing what will be written. I have written many essays, poems, and several books using this practice. On occasion I will have a hint or clue as to the ideas that wish to be expressed, but invariably, other thoughts will…

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Thoughts on Sun Ra in Downbeat (12/2006 ed.)

In my exuberance in sharing my recent experiences in Chicago with the wonderful people behind the Sun Ra exhibit (Hyde Park Art Center), I almost forgot to mention that the December issue of Downbeat magazine hit the street with a cover story about, guess who? Sun Ra, of course. Specifically, it is an excellent article written by John Corbett, about…

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A Getaway That Didn't Happen

CHANDLER, AZ — As much as I enjoyed our trip to Chicago, it’s great to be home. Shortly after the Southwest Airlines flight lifted off from the runway, we left the cool, damp, gray November day in Chicago, and quickly climbed above the clouds, and into an ocean of sunshine. And until it slipped below the horizon yesterday evening, it…

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Chicago Embraces Sun Ra (Finally)

CHICAGO, IL — This week we’re in Chicago, where I’ll participate in a symposium for the art exhibit, “Traveling the Spaceways”, at the Hyde Park Art Center. The exhibit and symposium explores the topic of Sun Ra, and “will investigate the impact of Sun Ra and Afrofuturism on American history and visual culture.” I was invited in part, due to…

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A 'Transdermal Shift' of the Human Health Paradigm

As Magnesium Ions Go, So Goes Our Health As a function of turning a collection of ideas in manuscript form into a new book, I have spent the better part of this year living with the subject of magnesium. I’ve learned its critical importance to our health, some of the consequences of magnesium deficiency (and there are many), the fact…

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My 'Existential' First Book

Just like the piano and acoustic guitar, just like the pen and paper, books will never go out of style. As important as the computer has become, and all the derivative gadgets that depend on microprocessors and mass storage, books will remain the most viable medium for the external exchange of ideas for generations to come. Where electricity is not…

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