Monthly Archives: July 2016

songs before going

songs before going

“… For some reason we wrap our identity around what we participate in. Even though we have clearly found out that we each are the captain of our own sovereign ship, we still keep running around their decks and want to know every intricate detail of how their damned matrix tanker operates.

Where’s the cut off point? When is enough enough? …” 


By Steven Maxwell

“A man’s mind may be likened to a garden, which may be intelligently cultivated or allowed to run wild; but whether cultivated or neglected, it must, and will, bring forth. If no useful seeds are put into it, then an abundance of useless weed seeds will fall therein, and will continue to produce their kind.” — James Allen in As A Man Thinketh.

“… I thought being awake meant “if you aren’t angry, you aren’t paying attention.” But I was wrong.

Then I had a simple epiphany: the best way to better the world around me is to better myself. I was responsible for the content I consumed and how it made me feel. I realized that I was planting the wrong seeds in my mind and they were producing choking weeds. The rage I felt toward the machine dramatically subsided.

As a Man Thinketh was instrumental in shaping this epiphany. Listen to it for free below.


“… The killing will keep happening until we build sufficient immunity to “divide and conquer” and collaborate  to bring transparency to the forces financing the killings, including those using our taxpayer dollars to do so.

The specific actions we can each take differ according to our particular place and opportunities. One thing we can all do no matter where we are is to pray. Here is the link to our prayers for 2016 that we published last Christmas.

Other potential actions:

1. Turn off/throw out TVs and corporate media

2. Get to know our local Sheriff and police chief – determine what we can do to support them and support efforts to reduce crime and covert operations in our local areas

3. Turn off all coverage of presidential elections – learn about and support excellent candidates for local office – learn the issues – be active in local elections

4. Get trained and licensed to use and carry a firearm

5. Educate yourself about creating immunity to entrainment and mind control technology

6. Stay coherent – develop strategies to stay coherent when those around you are not

7. Remove from your life people who are easily manipulated and get and stay angry in response to entrainment

8. Pray for your community

9. Communicate with your Congressional and Senate offices that you adamantly oppose gun control and militarization of the police.

10. Lobby your mayor and sheriff to remove federal enforcement funds from your area; stop accepting them and being subjected to the related invasion of local authorities

11. Stop asset forfeiture in your area, including federal adoptions 


[Ed.: I’ll give this a try. It’s time for me to get moving, to re-settle, to toss my “game” into a new arena.  That alone will change focus, plant news seeds, get me to pay attention to other things, get deeper into writing (Julia Cameron’s “The Right To Write” awaits, as do two already-packed instructional DVD’s on outstanding writing techniques), and the new camera is now much more functionally familiar.

I’m not yet really clear on how ceasing to pay attention to evil, war, degradation, the missions of the illuminated ones, the Khazarians, the globalists, the paedophiles, and the like wil lessen their influence and power.

Part of the tasks that await me include working with and through a substantial library of spiritual writing and finding a good waterfall to sit by.  Prose, photography, learning to do other creative things like art, music, and cooking will follow.

We’ll see how that goes. I’ll share the best of it somehow somewhere.

Ta-ta for now.]


death of conversation

death of conversation

”… It seems that the feeling of loneliness is a real epidemic of our society. But why do we feel this way while numerous ways of communication with other human beings are available to us at any minute of every day? To answer the question the title of the article asks, first of all, let’s figure out what loneliness actually is. While the dictionary suggests that it’s a state of being alone paired with the feelings of sadness and isolation, loneliness is far more complex than that.

Have you ever been in a company of people you didn’t have much in common with? Or maybe in a company of strangers/acquaintances who were good friends with each other and didn’t pay much attention to you? If you have been in similar situations, you will agree that in those times, you were feeling lonely without being alone.

This is what loneliness really is – a lack of connection and understanding, no matter if you are alone or not. In fact, this feeling may be even more intense when you are among people you don’t resonate with rather than when you are by yourself. Let me cite Robin Williams here: “I used to think that the worst thing in life was to end up alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel alone.”

So isn’t it the reason why we are so lonely in an over-connected world we live in today? Popular culture and our excessive reliance on the social media have basically made us believe that human communication is about quantity, not quality.

what we lack in the modern world is a deep and meaningful connection with other people, which inevitably makes us feel lonely. We are constantly surrounded by people (if not physically, then at least virtually) and yet, we rarely feel truly close to someone mentally and emotionally.

If you think about it, it makes sense why human communication has become so superficial, since the entire mainstream culture is based on superficiality and shallowness. We are made to believe that all we need is to satisfy our physical needs and fulfil our selfish desires.

To sum up, remember that the only way to avoid loneliness is not about being and communicating with people all the time. It’s about establishing a deep connection with the right people along with being a self-sufficient individual who doesn’t need approval from others.” 


There’s an e-mail making the rounds filled with cartoons addressing our culture’s obsession with androids called “The Death Of Conversation, captured here in a pdf.

The Death Of Conversation





Lover whispers to my ear,
“Better to be a prey than a hunter.
Make yourself My fool.
Stop trying to be the sun and become a speck!
Dwell at My door and be homeless.
Don’t pretend to be a candle, be a moth,
so you may taste the savor of Life
and know the power hidden in serving.”

Mathnawi V. 411-414 (translated by Kabir Helminski)
The Rumi Collection‘, Edited by Kabir Helminski



I died as a mineral and became a plant,

I died as plant and rose to animal,

I died as animal and I was Man.

Why should I fear? When was I less by dying?

Yet once more I shall die as Man, to soar

With angels bless’d; but even from angelhood

I must pass on: all except God doth perish.

When I have sacrificed my angel-soul,

I shall become what no mind e’er conceived.

Oh, let me not exist! for Non-existence

Proclaims in organ tones,

To Him we shall return.