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When Conspiracy is ‘the Norm’

When Conspiracy is ‘the Norm’
Yesterday I watched an excellent presentation by Richard Dolan, author of UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Coverup, 1941-1973, and A.D. After Disclosure: When the Government Finally Reveals the Truth About Alien Contact at a 2008 Conspiracy Conference. We’re sometimes quick to dismiss, or at least discount the claims of “whistleblowers” about various conspiracies, because it... Read More

Heal the Planet, Heal Myself

Heal the Planet, Heal Myself
I’m sprinkling this article with a few of the images that I captured on our road trip through California, Oregon, and Washington. I hope you enjoy them. – – – It’s been a week since we returned home after our 21-day road trip. So much to share, or perhaps so much that could be shared. The question that comes up... Read More

Nothing to ‘Do’; Everything to ‘Be’

Nothing to ‘Do’; Everything to ‘Be’
I’m a bit over half-way through Mystery of Egypt: The First Tunnel. It’s the third title from Radu Cinamar and Peter Moon on the discovery and management of an ancient site (created over 50,000 years ago) in the Bucegi Mountains of Romania. The site and its vast significance to humanity was introduced in his first book, Transylvanian Sunrise. The second,... Read More

The Tyranny Network and a New Appreciation of ‘Mee’

The Tyranny Network and a New Appreciation of ‘Mee’
There’s something to be said about first impressions, particularly when it involves the introduction to a life-changing idea. While it would be true to say that all ideas are life changing, the choices that we make based on an idea will not necessarily be beneficial. You could say that the idea itself is neutral. What we do with it, makes... Read More

Extraterrestrial Human History with Sheldan Nidle

Extraterrestrial Human History with Sheldan Nidle
Last month I took a trip to Northern California that will change my life, and in some ways, will quite possibly change yours too. In seven days, I traveled from San Francisco to Sacramento, back to San Rafael, then to Los Gatos, then Fresno, back to Sacramento, and finally to San Francisco, to take a flight back home. I produced... Read More