September 12, 2020

The Hegelian Dialectic is upon us. This is an old game in which the motto is "order out of chaos". To see through this, is to see truth. To understand its evils, is to find clarity. It is a time-old tale used by infamous forces, including the Nazis and communist Russia. And now it is upon us again. Divide and conquer. Problem-action-solution. Time to wake up whole-entire-world. This isn't an isolated event. It's planetary. 


Paranoia is in bloom,
The PR transmissions will resume
They'll try to push drugs that keep us all dumbed down
And hope that we will never see the truth around
(so come on)

Another promise, another seed
Another packaged lie to keep us trapped in greed
And all the green belts wrapped around our...

May 28, 2020

Life is feeling a bit more 'normal' these days. People are out and about. The park rings with voices and intermittent laughter. Restaurants have customers once again. Neighbors are getting together. This in itself is a revelation. Solitude by choice is uplifting. Solitude by force is eerie. Confinement debilitating. The psychological scars run deep.

And yet, while a thick fog lifts from over the earth, what remains does not resemble that which is familiar. A blanket of grief lingers…and perhaps will for some time. Uncertainty joins with a loss of dreams and plans. For our youth, cancelled rites of passage, lost opportunities, and a lack of closure as one school year bleeds seamlessly into the next leaves a feeling of being robbed...

May 3, 2020

I had to look up the date for this one. It was June 1, 1984, so I was eight-years-old. For some reason, we were at my Grandpa Ted’s hardware store in Brady. A ‘big event’ from Days of Our Lives was happening, so we were crowded into my grandma’s air-conditioned office watching a tiny television while Bo kidnapped Hope from her wedding with Larry. It was classic. I found a clip to watch for fun here.

However, every Days of our Lives fan knows about the most infamous villain of all time…Stefano Dimera. Stefano was a disturbing force lurking in the shadows, capable of tearing apart our favorite couples, kidnapping our most beloved characters and brain-washing them, sometimes creating a long-lasting amnesia. He somehow had the resour...

April 25, 2020

When we lived in Boulder, depending on the direction we were looking, we saw starkly different views. Facing the west, we could see the Flatirons and the tip of Long’s Peak, the foothills and the Divide in the horizon. Turning to the east, we viewed the plains stretching out to infinity. Clearly, based on the direction we were facing, these views might suggest we were not even living in the same state. But if we were to fly over Boulder, it would be clear. We were in Colorado.

I’ve noticed a similar correlation to what has been happening with the latest Sars-Covid-19 pandemic. Now, I will preface this with the fact that in our household, we don’t have television and don’t watch mainstream media. Nor are we republican or democrat,...

April 5, 2020

Do you remember the scene from Close Encounters of the Third Kind where Roy and Jillian realize that the mysterious “illness” that has led to massive evacuations near Devil’s Tower, is a con to keep people out of the area? Gas masks. Dead cows lying in the field. Military police patrolling the area.  This deleted scene from the movie might refresh your memory. Call it predictive programming, but this clearly demonstrates the power of fear and how it grips the masses. It has taken less than a month to lock-down the world. Less than a month to decimate the economy. This has happened quickly.

The point is – know who you are up against. I could go into depth about this, but I’ll choose to leave it at that. However, know t...

March 18, 2020

Year: 1992. Rolling Stones Magazine buys Nirvana suits to wear for their cover photo shoot. Kurt Cobain shows up in a T-shirt with the phrase “Corporate Magazines Still Stuck” strewn across the front of it. Yep, he had it figured out. Corporate media in general, then and now, is about selling a narrative. Cobain stated in an interview that 98% of what he said was misquoted. And corporate Rolling Stones continued the narrative, framing him as a depressed drug addict, but never diving deeper into the real facts surrounding his death. We could go down that rabbit hole…but we’ll save it for another time.

However, to question and think critically about events that don’t add up correlate well to Cobain, as well as present day. In the 1...

March 17, 2020

The taste of metal is something I don’t desire…however, many times a week, I get a tinny, metal sensation in my mouth. This tends to coincide with what is happening in the sky. Yes, the sky.

How often do you look up at the sky each day? On my morning run, I’ve gotten into the habit of observing it, and what I’ve discovered isn’t new, it’s simply something most of us aren’t aware of. What appears to be airplane ‘contrails’, linger in the sky, many forming an 'X' in the air as they cross, some taking on a 'spine-like' appearance. After ten minutes or so, they spread out and after half an hour, have the appearance of an ‘interesting-looking’ cirrus cloud, which some textbooks are now including as a "new" type of cloud. Some look lik...

April 29, 2019

If you’ve ever spent time in a mountain valley, you know that there are days when the fog rolls in and settles. But if you’re so inclined, and want to hike a bit, simply ascending above the mist toward the summit of a mountain peak brings a completely new perspective.

On top of the mountain, the sun may be shining and the sky blue. Looking down below, you can see where you’ve come from…where you’ve traveled. And it is here, that you may realize how different vantage points provide altered perceptions.

Perhaps this is what we are experiencing in our current world. Cognitive dissonance, or mental discomfort, floods our vision as we grapple with conflicting, and at times, contradicting views. Pieces of information that in isolation,...

January 1, 2019

I recently read that as humans, only 0.005 of the possible frequencies available in our Universe are visible. That means we are more or less living our lives blind, missing nearly 100% of the infinite possibilities out there. It also indicates that a lot of what we are experiencing, is in the form of our own perception…a perception that can be easily manipulated.

That is why, as this year turns into the next, it is imperative that we listen to ourselves…deeply from within. It is critical that we are aware and ask questions. And it is even more important that we are gentle with ourselves.

This often requires attempting to see the whole picture. And lately, it’s been somewhat fragmented. But the key to seeing, is understanding...

July 29, 2018

I came across the following clip one morning quite randomly. It is a scene from the 1983 movie, The Right Stuff, and believe it or not, I remember watching it twenty (maybe thirty) plus years ago. But what pulled at me, and made me hang on to the clip for future reference, was the dichotomy between the late Sam Shepard’s character, Chuck Yeager, and the conspiring group of men wanting something from him - to break the sound barrier.

I pulled this clip up again today, and then realized, upon further research, that Sam crossed over a year ago yesterday. And as I believe in galactic synchronicity, I couldn’t let it go. Because watching the scene demonstrated something lost, but not out of reach. And that’s to do something because yo...

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