Around April 2020, two important pieces of information came to me. One of them was this phrase "The Great Reset". The second was this BBC TV series from the 70's, now on YouTube, called Children of the Stones. I was keenly interested in both, because I believed (and still do) they both contain esoteric meaning … Continue reading Bringing it on home
"In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king." This quote from the Dutch philosopher Erasmus (though it may have actually originated much further back) is often taken to mean quite literally, that being half-skilled is better than having no skill at all. And while that may seem to be the obvious meaning … Continue reading In the land of the blind
So... This is why you follow your heart, why you take a chance, why you try something new. Because it's going to inspire you. And if you let it, that inspiration can change you, can change your life. How did I get here? We have to start with last Friday, which now seems like another … Continue reading Serendipity
Some lucky finds at the beach last month - a sand dollar, conch shell, and some corals. An altar can be anything, as long as your heart is devoted. 💗
The events of 2020-21 were basically a mass gullibility test for what's coming next. Stay awake, the show's only getting started.
I had a great lockdown. Looking back, I don’t know where I got the idea. But I decided I was going to go to Florida and film a documentary on food forests. So I did. And it was the most empowering thing, to take future in your hands, to be a creator, to interact with … Continue reading “A mind stretched by new wonders can never go back to its former dimensions.”
Someone posted a video on social media a while ago, and I'm not going to link to it, because it was a lot of Christian end-times crap, but one thing I thought was very interesting was a claim that it made that there is a fake new world order going on, and the takedown of … Continue reading The Conspiracy within the Conspiracy
I just woke up from such an amazing dream — the rare kind that you feel so excited about, you just have to share. There were many details which were fleeting upon waking, but here’s the gist of it: I was meeting with a girl in NYC, we didn’t know each other but we were … Continue reading Death is but a journey to another star.
Death is not a tragedy any more than birth is. It is a natural part of life, and it is the circle of life. One door closes and another opens. To fear death so much that you stop living, stop loving, is the tragedy. People get so immersed in the illusion that they forget eternity … Continue reading Is Death a Tragedy?
This is a story of my personal experience and insights on Christianity, especially after a childhood spent in Catholicism and an early adult life studying mystical traditions such as gnosticism and other esoterica. First, the good things: overall, the benefit of a church is the physical and non-physical social structure it offers members. It is … Continue reading Empire Kills Jesus, Creates Christendom